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Artemis Student Challenges

Join the Artemis Generation and take on a challenge or help solve a problem. Here’s how:

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Artemis Generation Students Across US Speak With NASA Astronaut in Space

Robert Behnken answered prerecorded questions from students participating in NASA’s Artemis Student Challenges. The students had an opportunity to interact with astronauts and learn more about future missions to explore the lunar surface and send the first woman and next man to the Moon in 2024.

Frequently Asked Questions


Yes, teams may participate in multiple challenges throughout the project year. However, many of the challenges have a number of requirements. Therefore, teams should investigate the time and resources needed to be successful.  

To be successful in an Artemis Student Challenge, teams of students and advisor(s) should be curious, passionate, dedicated interested in learning more about Artemis by completing requirements that contribute to NASA’s missions.

NASA’s Artemis Student Challenges are available for college students. Student Launch and the NASA Human Exploration Rover Challenge also engage younger audiences. Several challenges have more specific requirements to be able to compete. 

The NASA Human Exploration Rover Challenge is currently the only Artemis Student Challenge open to international teams. Requirements are detailed on the Rover website.

Total expenditures can vary greatly between projects and teams. Typically, the largest expense is traveling to in-person events. Beyond travel, expenses will depend on the individual materials, tools and requirements of the team’s individual design. Establishing a preliminary budget is a good first step in determining whether participation is feasible.
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