Rocco has received the following awards and nominations. Way to go!
Analysis of the problem
NASA needs a tool with the capabilities to map the most relevant information about rocket launches.
Rocco's team undertook the task of investigating the available sources of information and open resources, as well as pay for the typical one mentioned. From what we could find was:
As you can see if they visit the platforms, they already contain the requested information, in some cases quite complete. This indicates that a solution already exists, but this is not the requested one, but only partially.
If certainly the information already exists and in some cases it has an adequate ordering:
In summary it can be concluded that the information exists and can be found but it is not in a usable format.
Characteristics of the solution
Web site link: https://roccosh.github.io/
Construction of the solution
Notes: You need google chrome and run the extension Coors. https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/allow-co...
In this section you can see the list of launches and future releases, as well as the time it takes to occur the date. If you click, it sends you to the geolocation of the scheduled launch.
View of the selected launch area
Normal view of the balloon without selection
The cost at the cash investment level was 0 MXN. Both the tools and the hosting are open.
In case of private hosting the costs could rise up to 300 dollars per year approximately, according to the current prices.
Ing. Miguel del Castillo for giving us their help with the tool World Wind.
SpaceApps is a NASA incubator innovation program.