Let’s Travel To Mars together with IMECO

The Mars 2020 rover mission is part of NASA’s Mars Exploration Program, a long-term effort of robotic exploration of the Red Planet. The Mars 2020 mission addresses high-priority science goals for Mars exploration, including key questions about the potential for life on Mars. The mission takes the next step by not only seeking signs of habitable conditions on Mars in the ancient past, but also searching for signs of past microbial life itself. The Mars 2020 rover introduces a drill that can collect core samples of the most promising rocks and soils and set them aside in a “cache” on the surface of Mars. The mission also provides opportunities to gather knowledge and demonstrate technologies that address the challenges of future human expeditions to Mars. These include testing a method for producing oxygen from the Martian atmosphere, identifying other resources (such as subsurface water), improving landing techniques, and characterizing weather, dust, and other potential environmental conditions that could affect future astronauts living and working on Mars.

The mission is timed for a launch opportunity in July/August 2020 when Earth and Mars are in good positions relative to each other for landing on Mars. That is, it takes less power to travel to Mars at this time, compared to other times when Earth and Mars are in different positions in their orbits. To keep mission costs and risks as low as possible, the Mars 2020 design is based on NASA’s successful Mars Science Laboratory mission architecture, including its Curiosity rover and proven landing system.

So NASA has decided to send the human names in a little transistor to Mars for the future human being.
IMECO will be in there. you can see IMECO ticket below:

To reserve your Mars 2020 ticket and travel there with IMECO use the following button:

By: Negin Karimi


3rd Nepal IMO TST

The 3rd Nepal TST was hosted on May 11, 2019 at Texas College of Management & IT, Nepal by Deepak Bastola in 270 minutes.

In this test there were 3 problems in NGA format and those were proposed by Anton Trygub, Anton Trygub, Arseniy Nikolaev respectively.

The exam booklet has been prepared by Anton Trygub, Vergelea Vlad Stefan, Amin Hashemi (AVA) from IMECO team. With special thanks to Deepak Bastola, Bhadra Man Tuladhar.

In this 2019 S’Cool Camp a lot of people helped us to provide the best services for Nepal mathematical contestants. Here is a list of people Behind S’Cool IMO training Camp 2019 in Nepal Hosted by IMECO:

  • Deepak Bastola
  • Vergelea Vlad Stefan
  • Amin Hashemi
  • Anton Trygub
  • Fedir Yudin
  • Alexandru Lopotenco
  • Arseniy Nikolaev
  • Iacobus Dillon Amdres
  • Amir Hossein Parvardi
  • Mohammad Jafari
  • Mehdi Ghassemi
  • Thamim Zahin
  • Many other people who helped us with this camp

As a report of the exam, we provide a bunch of pictures from the test. You can check this on Instagram:

To download the booklet use the following button: