All activities for the Apollo Next Giant Leap Student Challenge will take place indoors. To prepare for the challenge, all practice sessions — especially UAV practice — should also be conducted indoors. UAVs operated indoors are not affected by Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) regulations Part 107 regarding small Unmanned Aircraft Systems (sUAS). Any and all …


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Regional challenge hubs

A total of 15 hubs create a network of regional challenges across the continental United States. Each regional challenge hub will send its top team to a NASA center in August 2019. California — The top team will visit a California NASA center to be determined. Maryland / D.C. / Virginia — The top team …


Teams are required to be affiliated with an organization such as a school, library, museum, after school program, or club. Organizations must select a Regional Challenge Hub with which to register. Regional Challenge Hubs will hold the Regional Challenge Events and will be the main point of contact for teams. Organizations may register as many …

About the ANGLeS Challenge

The Apollo Next Giant Leap Student (ANGLeS) Challenge is a national challenge celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission by giving students the chance to recreate the landing using drones and robots, focusing on making it accessible for underrepresented and underserved communities.