Students in grades 6-12 recently participated in a design contest for a CubeSat mission patch—part of a NASA grant project that includes Dr. Nickolas Solomey’s research on solar neutrinos. Patch design entries included themes and elements to represent Wichita State, NASA and particle physics. The runners-up and winning design were chosen by Solomey and his team of graduate students working on the solar neutrino project. Winning designer: Rylee Salts, Topeka High School Runners-up : Aaralyn Spencer, Altamont Grade School Samantha Chestnut, Topeka High School Cora Ambrose, Topeka High School Elly Han, Altamont Grade School This design contest was in partnership with the Ad Astra Kansas Foundation. The winning design will be used as the patch for the NASA mission.