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You must also register for the Exeter event via the link at our website, www.spaceappsexeter.org.  This is because we need a few additional security details to allow you into our venue, Met Office HQ.  Thanks!

About Space Apps Exeter

The Met Office and Tech Exeter are proud to bring the NASA Space Apps Challenge to the South West.  2017 marks the sixth year that the Met Office has hosted a Space Apps event, and we are looking forward to this year more than ever!


The Met Office HQ in Exeter is located next to the M5 between junctions 29 and 30. For detailed directions please visit the Met Office website.

As always Space Apps is a free event and food will be provided!

The weekend will be about meeting new people and solving interesting challenges together. Don't let the 'Apps' part put you off, the best teams are often the most diverse teams in terms of age, skills and experience. We have seen great projects made entirely from cardboard!


Saturday, April 29th
  1. Registration and breakfast

  2. Schedule and logistics annoucements

  3. Challenge pitches

  4. Start solving your challenge

  5. Lunch break

  6. Challenges continue

  7. Dinner break

  8. Show and tell

  9. End of day or continue solving your challenge (optional)

Sunday, April 30th
  1. Breakfast

  2. Complete your challenge and presentation

  3. Submission deadline

  4. Lunch break and group photo

  5. Presentations

  6. Judges voting - tea/coffee/cookies on balcony

  7. Awards

  8. Close


SpaceApps is a NASA incubator innovation program.