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JPL Annual Invention Challenge

JPL Annual Invention Challenge

The JPL Annual Invention Challenge is a friendly, yet challenging competition open to JPL employees and contractors, their family members, and students from local middle and high schools. Each year, a different engineering challenge is selected. The goal of the Invention Challenge is to show students that math, science, and engineering can be fun.
The theme for this year's contest is:

"Hole in One Contest"

The objective is to create a device that can propel and/or move a golf ball into a target whose center is located 1.5 meters away from the device.  Only one attempt is allowed.  The team that completes the task in the fastest time will be the winning team.

› View the 2013 Results
› View the 2013 Rules

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