Postponed: Australian Rover Challenge is coming to Adelaide

Grab your friends and enter the Australian-first challenge to design and build a Rover to compete in a full-scale simulated lunar mission at the University of Adelaide campus.

Australian Rover Challenge - with a stylised picture of a rover on what looks like a Mars surface, and the logos of all the supporting partners

Image source: NASA

The University of Adelaide, in partnership with the South Australian Space Industry Centre (SASIC), supported by the Australian Space Agency and the SmartSAT CRC are excited to host this inaugural Australian Rover Challenge. The competition is a new addition to the University Rover Challenge series run in America, Canada, Europe and India.

About the challenge

The Australian Rover Challenge is open to all universities across Australia, and will be hosted on the University of Adelaide campus.

Student teams will have the unique opportunity to collaborate with Australian and international space industries to produce innovative solutions to progress space technology and science.

Want to get involved? Register an expression of interest for your team by Saturday 5 September to join in the action.

Register for more information

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