Vote for River Trail Middle School student Christine Jeong's Google Doodle.
ATLANTA (CBS46) -
A Fulton County student's artwork could soon be seen on computers everywhere.
River Trail Middle School student Christine Jeong's doodle called The Galactic Express is up for a vote in a Google Doodle contest.
Young artists nationwide were asked to make a doodle of an invention they think would make the world a better place.
"I know for a fact that the Galactic Express will be beneficial to society," said Jeong. "I have always wondered what constitutes the universe and to what black holes could lead. My invention will allow people to explore the world and will help scientists to solve the biggest mysteries of outer space."
Jeong's drawing was chosen the winner for Georgia in the Doodle 4 Google contest. One winner in grades K-12 was selected from each state.
The winning doodle will go up on Google.com's home page. The lucky artist will win a $30,000 scholarship and their school will get a $50,000 Google for Education technology grant.
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