While you’re busy working on the ATV reboost homework questions posted by Rhett Allain (reminder: there are prizes!) – or if you’re looking for, uhmmm, a somewhat less challenging challenge – here is Question 1 in this week’s fabulous ATV-4 Mission Quiz (we’ll post three questions this week). Thanks to the team at EAC and especially ATV training specialist Lionel Ferra for the inspiration!
First, the intro crescendo…
And here’s Question 1:
Name the two European sources
of the two different types of H2O that
ATV transports to the ISS
Hint: Both sources may be near the same city…
Got answers? Post your best guess here in the blog or tweet via Twitter (use #missionquiz hashtag) before 12:00 CEST Tuesday, 16 April.
Details and rules after the jump.
To take part in the ‘ATV Mission Quiz’, 15-18 April 2013, simply submit a reply to any of the questions, either right here in the blog (post a comment) or via Twitter (include the #missionquiz hashtag).
If you answer in the blog answer, please include your name, an email address or other contact information so that we can mail you one of the fabulous prizes.
Only one response will be accepted per participant; if you post/tweet more than once, only your most recent answer will be counted.
Judges will be appointed from the ATV team at EAC, Cologne. Your answers should (mostly) be either right or wrong; in case of any close call, the judges’ decision will be final.
Deadline for Entering
Submissions must be received by 12:00 CEST of the day following the original publishing of the question.
Participation is open to citizens and permanent residents of ESA Member States, Canada, the USA, Japan and Russia who are 18 years of age or older on 15.04.2013. The official contest language is English. Submissions may be made in any ESA Member State language. ESA staff and contractors working on the ATV team are not eligible.
Prizes will be awarded to first first correct entry, as recorded in the blog or in the submitter’s Twitter timeline. Prize descriptions to follow shortly; but they are great! 🙂
All winners must supply a postal address to receive their prize (we won’t share this…).
Terms and Conditions
By submitting an answer participate in the quiz, participants:
- Agree that judge’s decisions are final
- Agree that ESA may publicise their name, home town and entry
- Grant ESA unrestricted permission to publish their entry
- Understand that the contest may be cancelled at any time at ESA’s discretion
- Certify that their submitted answer is their own and no one else’s
- Agree that the European Space Agency is in no way liable for any claim for any damage stemming from their participation