The Space Robotics Challenge Phase 2

As NASA moves forward with plans to support human exploration of the solar system, a critical need arises to supply basic materials such as oxygen (O2) and water (H2O), food, propellants, and other materials (radiation shielding, clothing, etc.). As mankind ventures farther from Earth and for greater periods of time, it becomes imperative to develop technologies and mission architectures that utilize local resources, such as those found in lunar regolith, to provide supplies needed for human exploration. 

The objective of SRC Phase 2 is to find solutions to allow a heterogeneous, multi-robot team to autonomously complete tasks envisioned for a lunar in-situ resource utilization (ISRU) mission. This challenge will require competitors to develop software that allows a virtual team of robotic systems (i.e. virtual robotic team) to operate autonomously to successfully achieve these tasks.


STEP 1: Download the Registration Packet and the Official Rules. 


STEP 2:  Visit the Registration tab to access the online registration form and submit the required documents. The deadline to submit registration forms is Friday December 20, 2019 by 5pm Central US time.

STEP 3: Challenge administrators will inform you when your registration has been processed and officially accepted. Until you receive notification, you are not officially registered.