the challenge we chose called (the shoulders of the giants) from the category of a universe of beauty and wonder
our project is called (Hubble board)
Since the early 1990's, NASA's Hubble Space Telescope has provided the world with a nonstop stream of data that has helped resolve some of the biggest questions in astronomy - while providing fodder for brand-new questions, as well. As the first major optical telescope to be placed in space, Hubble views the universe from an unobstructed vantage point above the distortion of the atmosphere, far above Earth's clouds and light pollution. Scientists have used Hubble to observe the most distant stars and galaxies as well as the planets in our solar system .The Hubble Space Telescope has made more than 1.3 million observations since its launch, as it whirls around Earth at 17,000 miles per hour so we needed to show this photos taken by Hubble telescope in a simple effective way .
our team worked on making learning about space apps and specifically photos taken by Hubble telescope(from NASA sites) simpler and more interesting so we take our idea from a children toy and it will help the normal people and children to know more about the space apps by collecting some photos of phenomena and putting them in a prototype to try the idea of the project to be able to learn little facts the problem in this challenge that the people found the astronomy difficult and complex to learn about it so we perform to them some piece of information about the space in a simple and funny way that will attract different types of people to the space apps, so people will search more about the space apps and the topics of the space will be like trends between people.
SpaceApps is a NASA incubator innovation program.