NASA Means Business Student Competition 2009

CALL FOR ENTRIES NASA Means Business Student Competition 2009 NASA is accepting entries for its 2009 NASA Means Business Student Competition for university students. Prizes for the winner include a ride for two in zero gravity or $10,000 in cash. NASA Means Business challenges students in ANY MAJOR to prepare branding strategies and promotional videos […]

SEDS Rocket Competition Letter of Intent

To compete in the SEDS Innovation Challenge, teams must submit a letter of intent to by February 29th 2008. This letter of intent may take any standard electronic format, but must include: -Name of competing school -Name of Team members along with majors, and standing in school. (Identity of team members can change later […]

How can you get involved in Space Politics?

I want to point out an upcoming Space Politics blog. This Action for Space blog provides users with opportunities to push for Space in the 2008 elections, including numbers to call for all of the major political campaigns. An interesting blog to check out. Space exploration should be a topic for all of the […]

SEDS International Conference 2007

The SEDS chapter at Vellore Institute of Technology in Vellore, Tamil Nadu, India, will host the 2007 SEDS International Conference in Hyderabad, India in conjunction with the 2007 International Astronautical Congress. This is the annual opportunity for SEDS members worldwide to transcend electronic communication and meet face-to-face. Join the SEDSIC email list to receive updates […]

Lunar Rover Design Competition

We have a winner! Ganesh Kumar of the host university, Vellore Institute of Technology, won the ISU scholarship with his design. More details will be posted on 15 October with the post-SEDSIC report. As a part of the international conference, SEDS-Earth is hosting a design competition. The topic: design a series of lunar rovers for […]


Work is progressing on SEDSAT-2, the SEDS-Earth CubeSat project. The Payload Selection Review will be held in May 2007, and the Preliminary Design Review will be held in September 2007 at SEDSIC 2007. If you are a professional and want to act as a mentor, please email and volunteer. Also, read about our work […]

SEDS ‘Got Vision’ Space Art Contest Now Accepting Submissions

Released: Thursday, August 9, 2007

The Students for the Exploration and Development of Space (SEDS) today formally announced the opening of submissions for a nation-wide all-student space art contest.

This competition which is open to current students in high school or college, challenges students to depict their vision of humanity’s short term future in space. These two dimensional pieces of art should fall into one of three categories:

First Call for Papers for SEDS International Conference SEDSIC ’07

Released: Tuesday, June 26, 2007

SEDS (Students for Exploration and Development of Space), student chapter at Vellore institute of technology university is all set to host SEDSIC’07 (SEDS annual international conference) this September 22-23.This is the first time in the history of SEDS that an Indian university is being given an opportunity to conduct the event. The conference is endorsed by American Astronautial Society(AAS) and is the first of its kind in India.

VIT to Host Aspiring Student Leaders at Space Conference in India

Released: Monday, April 23, 2007

The Vellore Institute of Technology chapter of Students for the Exploration and Development of Space (SEDS) will host the 2007 SEDS International Conference (SEDSIC) on 22-23 September at Vellore, Tamil Nadu, India. SEDSIC is the annual meeting of student space organization leaders throughout the world. The program and an email list to receive future announcements is posted on the conference web site. Online registration will open in May.

The Future of Spaceflight Coming to MIT: MIT to Host SEDS National Conference SpaceVision 2007 this November 9-12

Released: Monday, April 23, 2007

The annual national conference of the Students for the Exploration and Development of Space (SEDS), SpaceVision 2007, will be held this November 9th to 12th at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology