Q: What is the purpose of the competition?

A: The competition is to develop an approach to seize ice gravel which can be a source of water for human life outside earth.

Q: When and where does the competition take place?

A: The annual NASA Robotic Mining Competition is held in May at the Kennedy Space Center.

Q: What is required to join?

A: The only requirement to join is that you must be a UCF student.

Q: How do I join?

A: Become a member by filling out the application here.

Q: How much does it cost to join?

A: It costs $35 a year, or $20 a semester to join.

Q: What are the benefits of joining?

A: With three sub teams you will gain knowledge and skills in business, computer and software, electrical components and mechanics, teamwork skills, networking opportunities, and so much more!

For more information on the competition, click here.

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