Suburbia Collector's Edition

Active Space Exploration Projects

(found 5 projects)

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The Sun, Mercury, Venus, Earth and Mars scaled down.

This project involves building a scaled down model of the Sun and the five inner planets to run 120 metres through our school grounds.
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Backers: 10
Funding: $226 of $30,000 (0% funded)
Average daily pledges: $8
Campaign Dates: December 25th -> January 24th (2019)
Time left: 2 days, 21 hours, 15 minutes

Ends a week from now

The first accurate and detailed map of the Milky Way

Using data produced by the Gaia astrometric satellite combined with exoplanets, dust, nebula, and hydrogen data from other sources.
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Backers: 175
Funding: €15,658 of €7,000 (223% funded)
Average daily pledges: €326
Campaign Dates: December 5th -> February 3rd (2019)
Time left: 12 days, 5 hours, 50 minutes

Ends two weeks from now

Eastern Sierra Observatory & Stargazing Glampground

An observatory & stargazing glampground under the dark skies of California's Eastern Sierra
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Backers: 59
Funding: $6,877 of $8,500 (80% funded)
Average daily pledges: $344
Campaign Dates: January 2nd -> February 5th (2019)
Time left: 15 days, 1 hours, 55 minutes

Ends more than three weeks from now

From Basement to Orbit - A New Class of Personal Satellites

The adventures of designing, building, and launching a PocketQube satellite.
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Backers: 5
Funding: $75 of $50,000 (0% funded)
Average daily pledges: $75
Campaign Dates: January 21st -> February 20th (2019)
Time left: 29 days, 11 hours, 57 minutes

The Hypothesis of Gravitation Imbalance

How the gravitational force transfer mechanism does work in the space and how the objects are related to gravitational force.
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Backers: 2
Funding: £116 of £4,500,000 (0% funded)
Average daily pledges: £15
Campaign Dates: January 14th -> February 28th (2019)
Time left: 37 days, 14 hours, 30 minutes

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