Lunar Knights Mining Club

The Lunar Knights is a team of undergraduate and graduate students that are directed towards enlightening students about the importance of mining in both Earth and Space environments. We have also received the honor of representing the University of Central Florida at the annual NASA Robotic Mining Competition in May 2017 at Kennedy Space Center. The NASA Robotic Mining Competition is a yearly competition that challenges university level students to design, build and test a robot that will traverse, mine and deposit at least one kilogram of icy regolith within a ten minute time constraint. Over 50 universities around the country are competing in the event and we are proud to have the opportunity to represent UCF in this prestigious competition.The University of Central Florida Lunar Knights Mining Club is an interdisciplinary team of undergraduate and graduate students that are directed towards enlightening students about the importance of mining and researching new mining techniques related to both Earth and Space environments. The Lunar Knights team is built of students with majors in all disciplines including, but not limited to: Accounting, Criminal Justice, Engineering (Aerospace, Computer, Electrical, Industrial, Mechanical, Optics), Marketing, and Psychology. This past season our club one first place in the Social Media and Public Engagement award, and won 17th place overall.

Lunar Knights Mining Club

Lunar Knights Mining Club

The Lunar Knights Mining Club at the University of Central Florida is to enlighten students about the importance of robotic exploration and mining in both Earth and Space environments. The University of Central Florida Lunar Knights Mining Club is an interdisciplinary team of undergraduate and graduate students that are directed towards enlightening students about the importance of mining and researching new mining techniques related to both Earth and Space environments. The Lunar Knights team is built of students with majors in all disciplines including, but not limited to: Accounting, Criminal Justice, Engineering (Aerospace, Computer, Electrical, Industrial, Mechanical, Optics), Marketing, and Psychology.The Lunar Knights are competing in the Seventh Annual NASA Robotics Mining Competition. The NASA RMC is a yearly competition that challenges university level students to design, build and test a robot that will traverse, mine and deposit at least ten kilograms of regolith within a ten minute time constraint. Over 50 universities around the country are competing in the event in May 2016 and we are proud to have the opportunity to represent UCF in this prestigious competition.