India's Moon Habitat Design Contest
10 July 2019

Credit: Natskies


The Moon Habitat Design Contest is a national level competition organised by India's Natskies to celebrate 50th anniversary of Apollo 11 mission. The historic moon landing in 1969 paved the way for future space exploration and opened doors of curiosity about space.


Natskies is India's first organisation which uses space science, astronomy as an engagement tool to inspire, engage, educate and employ students, corporate employees and general public. Natskies strives to make astronomy and space science accessible to everyone. 


The objective of the contest is to encourage students to innovate and explore in the field of astronomy and science. The Contest is open to all students and will be open for submission from 20 July to 31 August, 2019. Students can register through their schools/colleges on an online platform.  Each entry will consist a team of 3-5 students that will represent their school/college and work on their habitat design. The prize ceremony will be hosted at Natskies Space Summit where winner will get a chance to present their work in front of team of scientist. To enrol and get details please visit 


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