9 wrzesień 2022@09:00
Politechnika Świętokrzyska
European Rover Challenge
European Rover Challenge 2022 #ERC2022 @ Politechnika Świętokrzyska
ERC is the biggest space & robotics event in Europe that combines the international competition of Mars rovers with scientific and technological demonstrations!
„Europe’s leading rover competition & #STEM exhibit!” – The Mars Society
Tune in for more information on the #ERC2022
The 8th edition of the ERC will take place on 9–11 of September 2022!
Special guests and speakers’ quotes on previous editions of the ERC:
„The European Rover Challenge has been a greatly inspiring, fabulous opportunity for participants, the general public of families and kids to get closer to the space world, with the winning match of hybrid online and in presence event, but most of all for the call to action to learn by doing, building real rovers and testing them also remotely on the surface of Mars re-created on the campus of the Kielce University of Technology.” – Chiara Chiesa (International PR & Space Tech Transfer Commercialization Advisor)
„Here, young people from different countries will learn about the pros and cons of the solutions they have designed in an exciting competition and verify in practice the effectiveness of the ideas implemented in their Mars rover.” – Grzegorz Wrochna (President of the Polish Space Agency)
„You’re doing a great job, giving experience and encouraging people to take more action!” – Dr Harrison Schmitt (Astronaut, Apollo 17)
„This event is a spectacular success!” – Dr Robert Zubrin (Founder of the Mars Society)
„The ERC competition teaches us that every large project consists of the sum of smaller activities and the performance of each of them determines the success of the entire undertaking.” – Steve Jurczyk (NASA Associate Administrator)

Źródło wydarzenia: Facebook European Rover Challenge: European Rover Challenge 2022 #ERC2022 (dostęp 8.12.2021 r.)


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Natalia Kowalczyk

Redaktorka Naczelna Portalu Astronomicznego AstroNET. Studentka pierwszego roku Computer Physics na Akademii Górniczo-Hutniczej w Krakowie.