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Together with our participants we had a wonderful journey into the world of space data.
Following one of our principles
'Data Science for everybody'
we offered students and professionals from multiple institutions the chance to learn more about the world of space data.

Special thanks go to Manil Maskey,
who shared his extensive knowledge on the use of AI and Machine Learning in context of spatial statistics .

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WINNER OF THE NASA Hackathon 2021
Emanuel Sommer
with this extraordinary report

Congratulations from the whole
DSA Munich !


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Erde und Weltraum
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October 1
Q&A for participants in the Hackathon

Here you can ask questions in a Zoom Event if you participate in  the Hackathon itself. Make sure to check our FAQ before.

October 2
Data release

We will release the Dataset on Github as well as on this website. You will have almost 2 Weeks until October 13 to create a Data Analysis report and send it to us via E-Mail or commit it to the Github Classroom Repository which you received after you registered.

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October 12 23:00 (CEST, UTC+2)
Deadline to hand in reports 

This is the deadline to submit your project to be considered for evaluation. 

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 October 13 14:00 (CEST, UTC +2)
Virtual NASA Hackathon Event.

Starting at 14:00 we will host a Zoom Event open to public were everyone can listen to incredible Keynote speaker, Manil Maskey from NASA.

Event Timeline

For Participants
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