We are pleased to announce the list of selected participants for project Terranaut in partnership with Terraztra Space Exploration. A total of 652 participants are selected from the pool of applicants who applied to this program till July 31, 2017!
The selected participants are eligible for the next round in the campaign dedicated to Nepal. The list includes 6 members who are marked in green will have advantage over the other 646 participants in the next round.
The preliminary selection were done in following ways
- Psychological confidence was given importance along with determination.
- 50% of them were considered on their experience in space field.
- Matching of behavior patterns with Artificial intelligence recognition of the words used.
- Language was not considered as part of selection (Rejection was done based on bad grammar mistakes or English skills).
- Age, Education, Gender and Disability were not considered as part of the selection process.
You can click here to find the full list of selected participants.
Those who missed to apply during Nepal call can still apply for the program during its global call! The global release of the project will be available on October 4, 2017!
Terraztra Space Exploration provides a beautiful opportunity to train like a Yuri Gagarin for 14 people from anywhere in the world, selected through a worldwide process that will be released on October 2017 dedicated for the 60th Anniversary of sputnik. These 14 people will be provided flight tickets to visit moscow during June, 2018 (period of FIFA 2018) to train like “Yuri Gagarin”. They will be able to ride tanks , eat space food and off course wear space suit. The best performer of these 14 people will have an opportunity to see the Edge of Space. Apart from these 14 people there will be lot of space souvenirs and Drones to be won during the entire event.
History changed on October 4, 1957, when the Soviet Union successfully launched Sputnik I. The world’s first artificial satellite was about the size of a beach ball (58 cm.or 22.8 inches in diameter), weighed only 83.6 kg. or 183.9 pounds, and took about 98 minutes to orbit the Earth on its elliptical path.