Create a game using images from the Hubble Space Telescope as integral components!
Hubble Quest is a mobile puzzle game that uses gravitational objects to guide a spaceship along its quest around our universe of beauty and wonder. Postcards featuring images and information from the Hubble Telescope are garnered throughout the game.
With data about the universe being usually overwhelming, society is unable to grasp it completely. Moreover, scientific processes and data are thorough and technical, which may seem intimidating to the average person, leading to less interaction with astronomy.
Our app simplifies beautiful occurrences in the universe through a hyper-casual puzzle game utilizing Hubble Space images and intuitive physics concepts.
People are more likely to deeper appreciate and see the beauty of astronomy when they have context as to what they are seeing.
Researchers from the University of Otago discerned a direct correlation between comprehension to the presence of accompanying text when an image of a heavenly body is presented. 
For example, someone is more likely to comprehend what a nebula is when the photo is accompanied with a short descriptive text. It was also mentioned in this study that when novices in astronomy want to learn how to see images the same way scientists do. 
People enjoy playing hyper-casual games because they are instantly playable, light, and addictive. Also, rounds are short and the user may opt to stop any time, therefore providing convenience.
Can we deliver data in a simpler way that is understandable for everyone?
Can we use the data to peak and maintain interests in science and the universe?
Can we intuitively teach physics concepts such as gravitational forces without the complexity of words?
Can we direct more attention towards priceless data about the universe provided by NASA?