Students, engineers and makers are encouraged to imagine an object to assist astronauts in space

Global distributor Mouser Electronics has launched the I.S.S. Design Challenge, calling for 3D-printable projects designed to help astronauts i53n space. All of the entries will be judged by celebrity Engineer Grant Imahara and Former Commander of the International Space Station Colonel Chris Hadfield, amongst others.

The winner of the I.S.S. Design Challenge will receive a 3D printer and a consultation with Made In Space, a pioneer in additive manufacturing technology for use in space, as well as get their design 3D-printed aboard the I.S.S.

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