There were a total of 41 submissions by about 145 participants (up from 23/60 last year). Four ninth grade classes had required projects. Several students from one seventh grade class and a few students from one high school class participated.
The efforts of all the participants were greatly appreciated, and we hope that they will submit new and improved space settlement designs next year. Better yet, we hope they will be building real space settlements a few decades hence. In any case, these were the contestants judged to have the best entries:
There was a tie for the grand prize, one was judged particularly strong technically, the other artistically.
Note: there were individual and team prizes for two groups: 6-9th grade and 10-12th grade, there were a few ties, and team members are listed in alphabetical order.
Several teachers involved their classes in this contest. Many of their students were in the winner's circle above. The teachers are (in alphabetical order):
Space settlement home page.
Curator: Al Globus
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