NASA has announced the second International Space Apps Challenge. At the event, which will take place April 20-21 at 12 U.S. locations and in 30 other countries, participants will use publicly released open data as part of 50 software, hardware, and visualization challenges. Registration opens on March 1.

Visit http://spaceappschallenge.org to learn more.

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