Competition

Congratulations to the winners and runners-up for their excellent drawings and achievements. Their work is now officially part of a European Space Agency (ESA), German Aerospace Center (DLR), Swedish Space Corporation (SSC) and Swedish National Space Board (SNSB) project. It will be launched on a high altitude balloon from above the polar circle in the town of Kiruna in Sweden in October from the Esrange Space Center.

About The FISHy Design Competition

The FISHy design competition invited students between 4 and 18 years old to design an artwork to be displayed on the outside of our dropped payload ‘The FISH’ and be flown on the balloon to approximately 30km altitude where the sky has turned black! The reel.SMRT team looked for creative, colourful, original and of course fishy designs! We received many great designs from around the world and thank all applicants for their efforts and enthusiasm.

PRIZES

According to our Terms and Conditions, the prizes are:
Winners:

  • Opportunity to fly a 50g personal item on the balloon to ‘the edge of space’!!
  • Design displayed on the external surface of the reel.SMRT payload
  • Flown certificate
  • Flown mission patch
  • Image of their design on the payload
Runners-up:
  • Design displayed on the external surface of the reel.SMRT payload (due to the high quality of runners’-up designs, they will also be displayed and flown!).
  • Flown certificate
  • Flown mission patch
  • Image of their design on the payload

 
Winners
 
 
Runner Up
SpaceMaster Robotics Team

We want to specially thank our sponsors
for their financial support!

SpaceMaster Robotics Team Members

SpaceMaster Robotics Team

A student team consisting of members formerly studying in the Joint European Master in Space Science & Technology (SpaceMaster) programme. It is currently spread all over Europe.

The team consists for this project of the following 9 team members: Katherine Bennell, Mark 'Fitts' Fittock, Mikulas Jandak, Juxi Leitner, David Leal Martínez, Waen Nawarat, Campbell Pegg, Mikael Persson, and Jan Speidel

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