Category 1 Past Experiments
Asian Try Zero-G
Category 2 Past Experiment
Space is the new frontier for educating our young in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics). The Singapore Space and Technology Association (SSTA) is collaborating with the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) to offer an educational program to students and young researchers from our Singapore schools to design space experiments to be conducted onboard the International Space Station (ISS)’s Japanese Experiment Module (a.k.a. Kibo).
Try Zero-G Asia is a competition that invites students from Secondary Schools, Junior Colleges, Institute of Technical Education and Tertiary Institutions to submit proposals for micro-gravity experiments designed to be performed by JAXA astronaut onboard the Kibo. Selected proposals will have their experiments conducted onboard the Kibo, which will be video recorded and transmitted to JAXA’s ground station, Tsukuba Space Center in Japan.
There are 2 categories for this competition.
|Category 1||Under 18 years old student|
|Category 2||18 up to 27 years old student, young Scientist & Engineer|
We expect unique, novel and/or informative ideas that have never been done in ISS/Kibo. Past experiments selected, please visit the link here.