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Zero Robotics "Summer of Innovation 2010"

Zero Robotics is a robotics programming tournament for students, where the robots are autonomous nanosatellites called SPHERES, developed by MIT SSL. Students can write programs to control the satellites from a web browser and final competition is aboard the International Space Station. The NASA/SG Summer of Innovation 2010 tournament was geared toward Massachusetts middle school students. http://zerorobotics.mit.edu

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