Carnegie Mellon University

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December 12, 2019

ETIM students place third in Space Innovation Challenge

ETIM students Kunal Ashok, Steve Lin, and Joseph Yang (dual with ECE), and Computational Design student Lydia Schweitzer placed third in the Space Innovation Challenge for their team pitch to utilize lunar surface with an in-situ resource utilization solution called “Lunargy,” a solar-powered grid on the poles of the moon. Hosted by CMU’s School of Computer Science and presented by Students At Tepper for Astronautics, Rockets & Space (STARS), the competition included student teams from across the country.