On 14 January 2019, Artash and Arushi appeared on Breakfast Television Toronto to share their passion on space, science and robots. They were interviewed by the show hosts Dina Pugliese […]
On 14 January 2019, Artash and Arushi appeared on Breakfast Television Toronto to share their passion on space, science and robots.
They were interviewed by the show hosts Dina Pugliese and Roger Petersen. The hosts asked them to share information about their recent project – “Deep Space Musical” which ended up amongst 2018 NASA Global Finalists from over 1395 projects worldwide. Artash and Arushi explained how they used iconic mages from the Hubble Telescope and their skills in programming in python to create a musical about birth of stars to formation of galaxies to death of stars as supernova.
Here is the link to the interview with Breakfast TV Toronto:
At 200 locations in 75 countries, 17,924 participants took on the NASA Space Apps mission, forming 2,729 teams to submit 1,395 total projects in response to 20 challenges designed by NASA to solve problems here on Earth and in Space.
Best of the Fair Award, Gold Medal, Top of the Category, Youth Can Innovate, and Excellence in Astronomy Awards at Canada Wide Science Fair 2023 and 2022. RISE 100 Global Winner, Silver Medal, International Science and Engineering Fair 2022, Gold Medal, Canada Wide Science Fair 2021, NASA SpaceApps Global 2020, Gold Medalist – IRIC North American Science Fair 2020, BMT Global Home STEM Challenge 2020. Micro:bit Challenge North America Runners Up 2020. NASA SpaceApps Toronto 2019, 2018, 2017, 2014. Imagining the Skies Award 2019. Jesse Ketchum Astronomy Award 2018. Hon. Mention at 2019 NASA Planetary Defense Conference. Emerald Code Grand Prize 2018. Canadian Space Apps 2017.
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