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Human Exploration Rover Challenge: Teams

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2016 Rover Challenge Race Order

* Denotes Rookie Team

1. International Space Education Institute Team, Leipzig, Germany – College

2. International Space Education Institute Team, Leipzig, Germany – High School

3. International Space Education Institute Team, Venezia, Italy – High School

4. International Space Education Institute Team, Moscow, Russia – College

5. University Gardens High School, San Juan, Puerto Rico – High School

6. Rafaelina E. Lebron Flores, Patillas, Puerto Rico – High School

7. Middle Tennessee State University – Team 1, Murfreesboro, Tennessee – College

8. Middle Tennessee State University – Team 2, Murfreesboro, Tennessee – College

9. University of Puerto Rico at Humacao, Puerto Rico – Team 1 – College

11. Tennessee Technological University – Team 1, Cookeville, Tennessee – College

12. Tennessee Technological University – Team 2, Cookeville, Tennessee – College

13. Academy of Arts, Careers and Technology, Reno, Nevada – High School

14. Greenfield Central High School – Team 1, Greenfield, Indiana – High School

15. Greenfield Central High School – Team 2, Greenfield, Indiana – High School

16. Parish Episcopal School, Dallas, Texas – High School

17. Teodoro Aguilar Mora – Team 1, Yabucoa, Puerto Rico – High School

18. Teodoro Aguilar Mora – Team 2, Yabucoa, Puerto Rico – High School

19. Petra Mercado Bougart, Humacao, Puerto Rico – High School

20. Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, Louisiana – College

21. Southern Illinois University – Team 1, Carbondale, Illinois – College

22. Southern Illinois University – Team 2, Carbondale, Illinois – College

23. Virginia City High School, Virginia City, Nevada – High School

24. Central Magnet School – Team 1, Murfreesboro, Tennessee – High School

25. Central Magnet School – Team 2, Murfreesboro, Tennessee – High School

26. Pittsburg State University – Team 1, Pittsburg, Kansas – College

27. Pittsburg State University – Team 2, Pittsburg, Kansas – College

28. Arab High School, Arab, Alabama – High School

29. Alfonso Casta Martinez, Maunabo, Puerto Rico – High School

30. Cullman Area Technology Academy, Cullman, Alabama – High School

31. Fairhope High School – Team 1, Fairhope, Alabama – High School

32. Fairhope High School – Team 2, Fairhope, Alabama – High School

33. Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, Rhode Island – College

34. Auburn University, Auburn, Alabama – College

35. Southwestern Oklahoma State University – Team 1, Weatherford, Oklahoma – College

36. Southwestern Oklahoma State University – Team 2, Weatherford, Oklahoma – College

37. Escambia High School, Pensacola, Florida – High School

38. University of Central Missouri – Team 1, Warrensburg, Missouri – College

39. University of Central Missouri – Team 2, Warrensburg, Missouri – College

40. Purdue University Calumet – Team 1, Hammond, Indiana – College

41. Purdue University Calumet – Team 2, Hammond, Indiana – College

42. Cameron University, Lawton, Oklahoma – College

43. Central Connecticut State University, New Britain, Connecticut – College

44. Pana High School, Pana, Illinois – High School

45. Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio – College

46. Technologico de Monterrey Campus Cuernavaca, Morelos, Mexico – College

47. University of Puerto Rico Mayaguez, Humacao, Puerto Rico – College

48. Academy of Engineering & Green Technology, Hartford, Connecticut – High School

51. Lima High School – Team 1, Lima, Ohio – High School

52. Lima High School – Team 2, Lima, Ohio – High School

53. Trine University, Angola, Indiana – College

54. Alabama A&M University, Normal, Alabama – College

57. North Dakota State University, Fargo, North Dakota – College

58. Arizona State University, Mesa, Arizona – College

59. Mukesh Patel School of Technology Management & Engineering, Maharashtra, India – College

60. Scotlandville High School, Baton Rouge, Louisiana – High School

61. Universidad Aeronautica en Queretaro, Querétaro, Mexico – College

62. Birmingham Southern College, Birmingham, Alabama – College

63. Christian Brothers University, Memphis, Tennessee – College

65. Mayfield High School, Las Cruces, New Mexico – High School

67. Rio Grande Preparatory Institute, Mesilla, New Mexico – High School

69. University of Memphis Herff College of Engineering, Memphis, Tennessee – College

70. Buckhorn High School*, New Market, Alabama – High School

71. Citrus College*, Glendora, California – College

72. Coffee County Central High School – Team 1*, Manchester, Tennessee – High School

73. Coffee County Central High School – Team 2*,, Manchester, Tennessee – High School

74. Colegio Nuestra Senora del Perpetuo Socorro*, Humacao, Puerto Rico – High School

75. Connecticut State University System*, New Britain, Connecticut – College

82. Genaro Cautino Vazquez*, Guayama, Puerto Rico  – High School

83. IIT-Roorkee*, Uttarakhand, India – College

88. Pelham High School, Pelham High School,  – High School

89. Sathyabama University*, Tamil Nadu, India – College

90. Skyline Institute of Engineering & Technology*, Uttar Pradesh, India – College

91. STEM Christian Academy*, Toney, Alabama – High School


ATTENTION: Registered Teams

Mandatory Student Data Feedback and Media Release forms must be completed and returned by March 1, 2016. Coordinate with your Advisor to access the forms.

ALL teams are to email a team photo to MSFC-RoverChallenge2016@mail.nasa.gov by March 7, 2016. Be creative! Team photos will be displayed at the challenge. For the best resolution, photos should be 1024 x 768 pixels in a JPEG format.


2016 New Requirements and Optional Sample Retrieval Challenge

– 2016 Sample Retrieval Challenge (Optional) REGISTRATION DEADLINE FEB. 1, 2016

– Returning/Reused Vehicle Report and Verification (Required if Reusing a Vehicle From a Previous Year)

– Technology Challenge Award Competition (Required)


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Author: Kids Talk Radio

Bob Barboza is an educator, STEM journalist, software designer and founder of The Occupy Mars Learning Adventures and the Barboza Design and Space Centers. He leads a team of scientists, engineers and STEAM++ educators. They are training students to become Jr. astronauts, scientists and engineers. His team provides internships and workshops in STEAM++ and the integration of Common Core State Standards and Next Generations Science Standards. Contact information: Bob.Barboza@Gmail.com

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