NASA Deep Space Food Challenge Innovation Showcase at Smart Design
NASA’s Deep Space Food Challenge
is an international competition where teams create novel, game-changing food technologies that efficiently produce nutritious and delicious food for both those on Earth and Astronauts on long-duration space missions. Come meet the teams and see mind-blowing tech demos from both Phases One and Two of the Deep Space Food Challenge.
The Deep Space Food Challenge is a coordinated effort between NASA and the Canadian Space Agency. Subject matter experts at NASA’s Johnson Space Center in Houston and the agency’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida support the competition. The Deep Space Food Challenge is one of NASA’s Centennial Challenges, which are part of the Prizes, Challenges, and Crowdsourcing program within NASA’s Space Technology Mission Directorate. The agency’s Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama, manages Centennial Challenges. NASA, in partnership with the Methuselah Foundation, oversees the United States and international competitors.
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