Noosphere Space Games. Senior edition - virtual rocket modeling competition
The competition is over!
Build a rocket in Kerbal Space Program
Deliver the rover
to planet “Duna”
Make the journey
and plant a flag
Ukrainians under the age of 24 inclusive
is free of charge
* in hryvnia equivalent on the day of the announcement of the winners
If you are a last-courses student of technical specialties in Ukrainian higher educational institutions, you will have the opportunity to participate not only in competition but also in a Flight Control Propulsion Challenge. All potential candidates will have a chance to get an internship at the space company, the winner will also get branded merch as a gift! Details will be announced after registration closes
Start of registration.
Participation is individual
End of registration.
Announcement of rules. The beginning of work on the space conquest
Deadline for uploading projects
Participants upload their projects
Experts evaluate and check projects for compliance with all rules
Five winners receive $500, $300, $200, $100 and $100 respectively* *
is carried out in cashless form in the hryvnia equivalent at the rate of the NBU on the day of the announcement of the winners with deduction of the amount of tax payment
and in accordance with the procedure established by the current legislation of Ukraine
Winners Junior edition
Alexander Andersen-Shevchenko and Ilya Pentyuk
I am amazed that we succeeded! In a few hours, we built a space rocket that was able to go into orbit. Over the course of two weeks, we refined it and even ditched the heat shield to make the design cheaper. We used both solid fuel and liquid engines. The mission was successful!
and Daniil Ivanov
It was very unexpected because before the competition we didn't even know about Kerbal Space Program.
Artem Leshchenko, Anna
and Kateryna Rudnytska
It was quite difficult to figure out how to build a rocket.
At first, our ship generally broke in half! However, we found a solution and completed the mission
Winners Middle edition
16 years old
Several people were afraid to share information, but I was quite active in the chat discussions and helping others. In my opinion, you should always communicate with people and help each other, it will help to achieve the best result
17 years old
I radically changed the design of my rocket like, 5 or 6 times. Each time I thought it couldn't get any better, but I was wrong. Thank you all very much! Never give up and never say never.
18 years old
I would like to thank the organizers for this opportunity. I started playing Kerbal Space Program in 2013, I was just old enough to participate in the Noosphere Space Games. Junior edition. It didn’t exist then, and unfortunately I abandoned the game. Competitions like this are a very strong motivation, so I decided to come back.
16 years old
It was a very interesting experience. I had so many ideas in the beginning - from a space plane to a stratolauncher. This journey has been very interesting and I learned a lot of new things, even though I had considerable experience in KSP. I can't wait for the next competition!
18 years old
Before participating in this competition, my knowledge of Kerbal Space Program could be described by the phrase "heard of its existence". However, I was able to overcome all difficulties on the way to victory, and so can you!