Space Settlement Contest 1998 Results


There were 147 entries by 678 students; 23 teachers and 18 schools participated. Entries came from Austria, Canada, Finland, Holland, Israel, Pakistan and the U.S. The magazine Final Frontier co-sponsored the 1998 contest and will provide a one year subscription to the grand prize winner(s) along with $500 worth of space merchandise from their catalog.


Grand Prize

The grand prize went to Thomas Beatty and David Peters for The Babylon Project. Both are 9th grade students of Victor Mazmanian and attend Greenwich High School in Greenwich, Connecticut.

Note: for the rest of the prizes there were individual, team (consisting of 2-5 students) and classroom project (from 20-35 students) awards for two groups: 6-9th grade and 10-12th grade. Team members are listed in alphabetical order. There were a number of ties.

First Prizes

Second Prizes

Third Prizes

Honorable Mention:


Several educators deserve special mention for their involvement:


Special thanks to Gail Felchle and Bryan Yager for the design and production of the certificates and the hats. Thanks to Ruth Globus for logo design.

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Curator: Al Globus
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