Miami Resident Designs Winning Nano-Sat Launch Challenge Logo

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FL., July 13, 2012 (Space Florida PR) – Space Florida – the State of Florida’s spaceport authority and aerospace economic development agency – announced the winning logo for the Nano-Satellite Launch Challenge today after tallying votes via Facebook and the Space Florida Website.

The winning logo was designed by Mike Poller from Miami, Florida.

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Space Florida Opens Voting on Nano-Sat Launch Challenge Logo

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FL. (Space Florida PR) – Space Florida – the State of Florida’s spaceport authority and aerospace economic development agency – has received all logo entries for the Nano-Satellite Launch Challenge and would now like to invite the community to participate in choosing the winning logo by voting through the Space Florida Facebook page by Friday, July 13 by 12:00 pm EDT.

Space Florida Conducting Contest for Nano-Sat Launch Challenge Logo

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FL. — June 7, 2012 (Space Florida PR) – Space Florida – the State of Florida’s aerospace economic development agency – has released a call for entries to the community to design a logo for the Nano-Satellite Launch Challenge.

The Nano-Sat Launch Challenge is being managed through the Space Florida Small Satellite Research Center (SFSSRC) and will take place in 2013. The purpose of the Challenge is to bring forth innovations in propulsion and other technologies, as well as operations and management relevant to safe, low-cost, small payload delivery systems accessing Low Earth Orbit. These technologies will benefit future launch systems and emerging commercial space capabilities in government, commercial and academic sectors. The Nano-Sat Launch Challenge will support NASA’s Centennial Challenge Program.

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Space Access 12: Nano-Satellite Launch Challenge Discussion

Percy Luney
Vice President, Space Florida

Space Florida is administering NASA’s $3 million Nano-Satellite Launch Challenge through a new non-profit, the Space Florida Small Satellite Research Center. Luney was at Space Access 12 to solicit ideas and and answer questions from attendees on proposed rules set to be released for public comment on Tuesday. (more…)