NASA Announces Video Idea Winners for the Asteroid Grand Challenge

NASA Announces Video Idea Winners for the Asteroid Grand Challenge

NASA’s Asteroid Grand Challenge (AGC), which I support for work, posted a video challenge with support of Tongal.com asking the public for video ideas. The idea phase ran from October 19 through October 27, 2015. The team received over 600 submissions but ultimately had to choose only four winners. The four winners are receiving $250 for their input and get to say they helped NASA to develop concepts to communicate the Asteroid Grand Challenge to the world. In the next phase of the challenge NASA is asking the public to submit pitches based on one of the four idea finalists. The pitch phase runs from November 6 until November 11, 2015.

Did you win in the idea phase? Find out and submit a pitch to possibly win $9,000 in the next phase of the AGC video challenge.

**Re-published from the “News” page of the Asteroid Grand Challenge with a couple of edits.

Dennis Bonilla is a user experience designer and digital strategist who co-founded Unified Pop Theory with his friends. Dennis is a trend finder and idea maker who is inspired by individuals that believe the world can be changed one great project at a time. Dennis can be reached on LinkedIn, Twitter, and Google+.

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