Are you, or do you know someone who is:
- Between 18 and 24 years old (on or before June 10, 2016)?
- In good physical health?
- A legal resident within the 50 United States?
- Enrolled at a learning institution?
And most importantly, loves space exploration and wants a chance for a free ride on a Zero-G airplane?
Then my pal Emily Calandrelli has a deal for you. She’s the host of “Xploration Outer Space,” and they’re partnering with Zero Gravity Corp. to hold the Student Astronaut 2016 contest.
They’re looking for students to create a three-minute (or shorter) video about space exploration and microgravity, and the winner will get to ride on a plane that simulates microgravity! Here’s Emily to explain:
There are rules and restrictions, so make sure you check them out. The contest closes on May 15 so get cracking. This will change your “What I Did on Summer Vacation” essay experience forever.