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2014 Payload Proposal Form Title/Name of your Payload Concept: Type your Payload Name here PowerPoint Presentation
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2014 Payload Proposal Form Title/Name of your Payload Concept: Type your Payload Name here

2014 Payload Proposal Form Title/Name of your Payload Concept: Type your Payload Name here

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  1. 2014 Payload Proposal Form • Title/Name of your Payload Concept:Type your Payload Name here • Team Leader Name and Contact Info:Name / School / Phone / E-mail address / Paper mail address • Payload Concept Description:Describe what your payload will be, how it will work, and what it will be made of. Provide as much info as you know. It is OK to add sketches, photos, etc. if you have them. • Team Description: Describe who will work on the project with the team leader (for example, 3rd grade elementary class, 8th grade Earth science class, 10th grade shop class, 12th grade physics class). Describe resources available to the team (for example, work facility, tools, payload materials). • Are any members of your team planning to attend the launch in person?Yes, No, or Undecided • Sell Your Project/Team Here:Tell us why you want to do this. Convince us that you can achieve your objectives. Tell us you will be dedicated to deliver a product that has a reasonable chance of working. Are there any unique discriminators that set your team apart? • If your payload is Not selected for a firm launch slot, will you build a payload for a standby slot?Yes or No • (We plan to launch 12 payloads built by K-12 teams. It is possible that one or more of these payloads may not be ready for launch by launch day. Therefore, in addition to awarding 12 firm launch slots, we may award 2 additional standby launch slots that may fly in 2014 if any of the firm payloads fail to show up ready for launch. If the standby payloads are built but do not get to fly in 2014, they will be awarded a firm launch spot on the 2015 rocket.) • Instructions • Complete the information requested above in the space provided (red text). • If you think your school wants to participate in the July 26, 2014, launch event, please notify ULA (reference contact info below) of your intent to participate as soon as possible, so that we may understand the extent of elem.-high school interest and send out more, or stop sending, requests for proposals to additional high schools as appropriate. • Submit this proposal form to ULA by Jan 25, 2014. • Proposal team leaders will be notified by Feb 1, 2014 if their payload has been selected to fly on the ULA rocket. • Chances of being awarded a payload spot on the rocket depend on the number of proposals submitted. Proposals will be judged based on creativity, credibility, and completeness. • There is no cost to the school to fly on the rocket. • A team may submit more than one proposal, but no team will be awarded more than one payload spot on the rocket unless there are more spots available than proposals received. • This form may be expanded to multiple pages if required. • ULA and Ball engineers can be available to consult with the elem.-high school payload teams as required during the development of the payloads. • Contact Info: Submit questions, Notification of Your Intent to Participate, and Proposals via e-mail to Greg Arend at greg.j.arend@ulalaunch.com