That's how much time an astronaut has in the vacuum of space before running out of air to breathe.
It's also how long 100 teams of college and high school students had to peddle across a half-mile course to collect samples. All from on top of a "rover" built by each team.
The 11-member Tri-City team, the only one from Washington state, took 15th in the nationwide annual competition last weekend.
Team members Sage Lippold and Cassandra Ouderkirk said they lost points because they wanted to complete all of the tasks and spent longer than seven minutes.
They were hoping to make a second run through the obstacle course, but severe thunderstorms in Alabama cut the competition short.
"We all had an amazing experience," Lippold said. "I don't think any of my group members regret it."
You can watch the SpaceHawks make their run by scrolling to about 2 hour, 52 minutes in the video. They are team 71, CBC High School Academy. The driver and co-pilot are interviewed, as are another team member, and the rover tackles the obstacle course.