The NASA Great Moonbuggy Race is an annual event, held at the US Space and Rocket Center and organized by the Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Ala., in which high school and college students are challenged to design, build and race lightweight, human-powered moon buggies that tackle many of the same engineering challenges dealt with by Apollo-era lunar rover developers at Marshall in the late 1960s.
This photograph of the University of Alabama at Huntsville moonbuggy team was taken during the first running of the event at Redstone Arsenal in 1994 over the actual course where the original lunar roving vehicles were
There is no doubt denying the fact that students of Galgotias Educational Institutions always outshine others and hence, each year a team of erudite students actively participated in the NASA Rover challenge and brought laurels to the institution.
This year Team Garuda comprised of 10 members and was guided by Dr.P.K.S.Nain with the technicalities. The team got 32nd rank all over and the design of the buggy was appreciated by the judges and people all around. The team members were:
All the teams were guided and supported throughout by CEO, Mr.Dhruv Galgotia and Dean of Student affairs, Miss Vinnie Khanna Mathur.
All the teams are extremely grateful for their help and support.
In this year, Team Galactique comprising of 6 student members and 2 faculty advisors managed to secure 31st rank overall. The members were:
In this year, Team Daksha 2 comprised of 6 student members under the guidance of one faculty advisor. The members were