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Death Star blows up Earth in SPACE!
- All Augmented & Virtual Reality software shall be open source using the (To Be Determined) license, and is stored at http://goo.gl/bZD6Y4
- All embedded device software shall be open source using the MIT license, and is stored at https://github.com/solx/DeathStarInSpace
- All SPHERE IDE software shall be open source using the MIT license, and is stored at http://goo.gl/heVjG3
- All International Space Station data shall be sourced from http://spacestationlive.nasa.gov/timeline/
- All Star Wars™ data shall be legally sourced from http://swapi.co/
- Hardware & Software planning document http://goo.gl/9ftifS
Cost Estimates ($99K Total):
LAUNCH: SUBTOTAL = $1 TO $70K
- LEO cost $70,000 on the Space-X CRS-13 flight
- Suborbital cost $6,000 to $20,000 with XCOR (cockpit or C pod)
- High Altitude Balloon cost $1000 with JP Aerospace
- 3D printing with Made In Space cost $0 (SOURCE) to $10K
- Electronics cost $12,000 using PongSat Parts and Sol-X technology
- Structures cost $5,000 using Flat Labs technology
- 12 Blocks cost $160 on the One Robot website
- User Interface Apps costs $340
- Facebook Ads cost $600 using keywords like Star Wars
- Youtube Ads cost $900 via Patreon
The Mission control must process the following data using the Predictive Interactive Ground station Interface (PIGI); temperature, rotation rate (3-axis), acceleration (3 axis), direction to target (X, Y, Z), color of target, power level and data encoding of laser signal, battery level, MYO gesture sent to Death Star and Alderaan, camera frame rate and resolution, photo and name being displayed and/or spoken, and name of user wearing & controlling the Death Star™ via Augmented and Virtual Reality headets.
The Augmented and Virtual Reality headets must create an virtual explosion, give orbital parameter data about the Death Star and Alderaan (or Earth) planet model (population, orbital parameter), output Darth Vader voice audio, and show video feed from the International Space Station (or any on-board camera) and reach at least 4,000 student to promote STEM education (especially in women - See Great Space for Girls) in subjects such as; Morse code, orbital mechanics, computer vision, laser communication benefits, sound in vacuum not carrying, or how a Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU) works.
Who wins: The Rebels or The Republic?
Piece of the Moon
Be the proud owner of space itself. This nine (9) milligram piece of the Moon, is 1 of 41 approved meteorites classified as Lunar. It was found in Northwest Africa in 2005
More details: www.lpi.usra.edu/meteor/metbull.php?code=45805