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Hack the Moon hackathon held

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AISAT Albertian School of Engineering, proudly hosted “Hack the Moon” hackathon which is a unique project to involve and invigorate the young minds to the exciting world of lunar research. “Hack The Moon” hackathon was held on 10th October (Saturday) 2015 at AISAT (Albertian Institute of Science and Technology) Kochi from 9.00am to 2.oopm. Chief Guest Mr. P N Subramanian, Former Deputy Director Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) inaugurated the hackathon at AISAT.

AISAT was connected to the ground station at San Jose, California (Sacramento/Folsom California is another ground station)through a state of the art broadcaster for streaming live videos. Students from AISAT presented their creativity projects for moon which included farming methods, electromagnetic roads, transportation systems,habitat for humans and so on. Students presented their projects to experts in US and had deliberations with them. The hackathon formulated and supported by Lunar Cubes USA was brought to AISAT by Axcenta ITES Pvt. Ltd Kochi. AISAT Manager Rev. Dr. Clement Valluvassery, Associate Manager Rev. Fr. Alex Kurishuparambil, Asst. Manager Rev. Fr. John Christopher, Principal Dr. K. E. George and Axcenta CEO Mr. Philip George were present.

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