Mooncamp challenge
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Moon Camp Challenge – Moon Camp is an education project run in collaboration between ESA and the Airbus Foundation, in partnership with Autodesk. It uses innovative learning technologies to challenge students to design their own Moon settlement with a 3D modelling tool (Tinkercad or Fusion 360).
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About Moon Camp Challenge


Moon Camp is an education project run in collaboration between ESA and the Airbus Foundation, in partnership with Autodesk. It uses innovative learning technologies to challenge students to design their own Moon settlement with a 3D modelling tool. It features preparatory classroom activities that focus on learning by-design and science experimentation.

Teams have to design their Moon Camp, which should be adapted to the Moon environment, consider the use of local resources and provide protection and living and working facilities for the astronauts.

Up to 19 years old

12,000+ students reached

Open Worldwide

Become a Moon Explorer


Moon Camp is divided in three separate categories featuring different levels of complexity: Moon Camp Discovery (beginners), Moon Camp Explorers (intermediate) and Moon Camp Pioneers (advanced).

This year you can also share your school project through the Moon Camp @School sharing platform. Join the Moon Camp community and share your projects related to design or the exploration of the Moon. These projects can range from scientific experiments, hands-on projects, design of space infrastructures, 3D printing models, virtual or augmented reality worlds and much more. Get creative!

Be creative and start designing your own Moon Camp now!

Get inspired by the winning projects from Moon Camp 2021/2022


In the 2021-2022 edition, a record number of students took on the challenge to 3D design an innovative and futuristic Moon Camp to host future space explorers. The fourth edition of the Moon Camp Challenge involved the participation of 5649 pupils from 53 countries worldwide.


The Moon Camp jury, a panel of ESA, Airbus Foundation and Autodesk experts in lunar exploration, 3D design, and space technology, were blown away by the impressive quality of the student’s projects. Check out some of the impressive projects below!

Questions?


For any questions, consult the FAQ section or send an email to moon.camp@esa.int

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