There are moments in our past which define the progress of the intelligent beings as an exponential success in space. These instances are incredible in paving future research. But every coin has a flip side. NSSC ’19 awaits a detailed study of such cases, considering all the pros and cons. Bring out the analyst in you, because we, of all, are more than excited to meet him/her.
PROBLEM STATEMENT - 1
Topic : Reusable launch Vehicle Systems
Conserve, Reuse, Reproduce these are the words using which the present day society is trying to make an impact in reducing the excessive usage of the depleting resources and decreasing time as well as in bringing down the cost and in increasing the efficiency of the products. One of the technology’s biggest inventions rather innovation at work is the development of The Reusable Launch Vehicle, in short known as the RLV. Reusability is the main criteria behind this vehicle. The vehicle will return back to earth after its task is completed, and is used for further missions. This invention mainly reduces the cost, time and the specified targets can be achieved with the use of fewer resources. The idea of RLV made its foundation in the minds of the scientists in the 1950’s but bringing that idea into a real launch vehicle took many years as this idea was beyond the hands of the technology of that time. As the technology developed the path for the successful making of this launch vehicle was getting cleared.The main aim was to bring out the concept behind its working and building a proper design which are discussed in this paper. In near future these RLV’s would completely bridge the gap between the earth and the sky.
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PROBLEM STATEMENT - 2
Topic : Space Tourism
Space tourism involves travelling in to the space by people for leisure, adventure or investment by established space tourism businesses. It is an expensive undertaking that satisfies the curiosity of people regarding how the space looks like. Space environment on the other hand is likely to be affected by space tourism due to the black carbon emitted by the rockets involved in space tourism. It highlights the relationship between modern technology and space tourism. It also talks about how the space is related to astronomy and the efforts by scientists to promote space tourism.
The modern day space environment is no longer a mystery to humans. Yuri Gagarin of Russia was the first person to experience space adventure in 1961. Since then, technological advances have enabled space exploration, with new discoveries being made from time to time. Scientists have significantly contributed to the development of space tourism. Noteworthy inventions by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) have transformed human life through increasing accessibility to space. The agency has made it possible for astronauts to go to the moon and also to walk around planet Mars with robotic automobiles. The invention of the tri-axis control design has had a significant influence on modern space explorations, helping astronauts to effectively focus their satellites on the target.
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- Format: The online report must be submitted in PDF formats only. Report must be submitted in English language. All other formats will automatically be rejected.
- Page Limit: The report must not exceed 15 pages which include front page, index, appendix and bibliography. The size of font used for the writing the content should be 12-14.
- All teams must submit the digital version of their documents latest by 30th September, 2019 along with the participants’ names, institute details and contact details mentioned on the first page of their submission and in the mail. Entries without the above details will not be accepted.
- Each team can send a maximum of one submission and all submissions must be sent to email@example.com with the subject name as “CaseStudy1Submission/Team_Name”
RULES AND REGULATIONS
- Team Size: The maximum permissible number of members in a participating team is 3. However, they need not belong to the same institute/college/university.
- The selected teams will be invited for the second round and final round which will be held during NSSC 2019 where they will have to give a presentation on a topic which will be released a few days prior to the fest.
- Prize money worth 15,000 INR will be distributed to the winning teams for each of the problem statement.
- The diagrams should be neat and clearly labeled and images must be given credit
- You may draw your own labelled illustrations wherever required and embed paper work as images wherever necessary.
- The plagiarism in content shall not be accepted and the entry shall be cancelled.
- The decision taken by team NSSC will be final and abiding.
- The event consists of 100 points with report consisting of 35 points (Round 1) and presentation 65 points
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