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"The Institute is pleased to expand on our prior collaboration with NASA to conduct this Centennial Challenges Competition," said California Space Education and Workforce Institute Director Andrea Seastrand . "By stimulating greater awareness, understanding and appreciation for space research, we hope this Challenge will inspire industry, educators and students to engage inspace-related education and enrichment activities."
The Institute is a charitable, nonprofit corporation formed to create understanding, enthusiasm and appreciation for space enterprise and space technology; inspire parents, educators and students to engage in space-related education and enrichment activities; stimulate greater awareness and understanding of the space enterprise workforce and research needs throughout academia; and attract, integrate and retain a robust space workforce.
NASA's Exploration Systems Mission Directorate manages the program. The competition is scheduled for October 2007 . Rules for the competition will be finalized after internal review and a public comment period. For more information about Centennial Challenges on the Web, visit:http://centennialchallenges.nasa.gov For information about NASA and agency programs on the Web, visit: http://www.nasa.gov/home
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