A hackathon where participants combine aerospace technology and computer science ideals to create applications/websites/games/products that demonstrate the best use of research and creativity.


  • Teams of up to 4 members are allowed to participate.

  • The contestants are required to choose a track which will be given and submit a prototype.

  • The prototype can be a mobile application, website, desktop program or even a game.

  • Qualified contestants will have to present their prototype to a panel of judges in the final round.


16th Nov: Prompt Release*

20th Nov: Submission Deadline

20th Nov: Round 1 results

24th Nov: Pitching round

Eligibility to participate in the event: Grades 9-12

Number of participants per team for each school: Upto 4 max

Number of teams from each school permitted: Unrestricted

*Prompt has been released:

Frequently Asked Quetions

Q) Who can participate?

A) SpaceHack is open to students from Grades IX-XII.

Q) What is the number of participants permitted for each team?

A) Up to 4 members are permitted for each team.

Q) When is it?

A) SpaceHack will start on the 16th of November and end on the 22nd of November.

Q) How long is the event?

A) SpaceHack is a 7-day event.

Q) What is the mode of the event?

A) Both rounds for SpaceHack will entirely be conducted online.

Q) What are the prerequisites to participate?

A) Contestants will need some basic knowledge of programming/development in order to participate in the hackathon.

Q) When are the results expected?

A) The final results for SpaceHack will be announced in the closing ceremony.

Q) Are we allowed to combine 2 or more tracks?

A) Teams are required to choose 1 track for their submission only, as combining tracks will lead to confusion.