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Hack an Exoplanet is an inquiry-based activity suggested for students aged 14 to 19 years old, organised by ESA Education. Students can choose between three challenges with different levels of complexity. The data used for this project was collected specifically for this educational activity, by the Cheops satellite, a real space mission.
Hack an Exoplanet is an educational activity developed by ESA Education in collaboration with ESA Science, with support from members of the Cheops Mission Consortium and the ESERO network.
If you are entering a hackathon through a school or national organiser, then you may be able to participate in your own language. Check with the organiser of your hackathon. A list of national contact points is available here.
If you are participating in the official ESA Hack an Exoplanet virtual hackathon event, then your participation will be in English.
If you experience problems with your entry or have further questions, please contact the ESA Education Team by writing an e-mail to email@example.com. When applicable, you can also contact your local national organiser.
No, the hackathon materials are freely available on the platform in 21 language. You can access the materials here.
You do not need to sign up to participate in the ESA Hack an Exoplanet virtual hackathon event.