Enterprise in Space Orbiter
Enterprise in Space Orbiter Design Contest Winner

The results are in and the three winners of the NSS Enterprise In Space Orbiter Design Contest have been announced. Of the three winning entries, it is the Grand Prize winning entry that will be used as the design for the NSS Enterprise Orbiter – a donor-funded project that will carry some 100 student experiments to space for approximately one week and return them to Earth. It is important to note that donations are not only funding the construction and launch of the orbiter but will also cover the flight costs of the student experiments. You can learn more by reading the Enterprise In Space project description and you can help to make this unique project a success by making a donation.

The Grand Prize entry in the contest was submitted by Stanley Von Medvey, a concept artist currently living and working in the San Francisco Bay Area. The First Prize winning entry was submitted by Steven Pestana, a college senior at California State Polytechnic University-Pomona. The Second Prize winning entry was submitted by John Cortes, a first-year graduate student at the University of Pennsylvania pursuing a PhD in mechanical engineering.

“The Enterprise in Space team and I want to thank all the people who sent in their wonderful and imaginative science fiction inspired ship designs from all over the world,” said EIS Founder Shawn Case. The winning designs and the press release announcing the winning entries can be seen at www.enterpriseinspace.org/winner/.

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