Winning Ideas for Mars Balance Mass Challenge
The PR Newswire reported that a self-employed technical consultant from Texas with an idea to study the Martian atmosphere and a team of engineers from Michigan with a way to study Martian weather are the winners of NASA’s Mars Balance Mass Challenge. “Challenges like these are an excellent opportunity to collect innovative ideas while engaging the public in NASA’s journey to Mars,” said James Johnson, a systems engineer at Johnson Space Center and leader of the challenge team. “We applaud the creativity and innovation of our challenge winners.” “I now tell everyone that these sorts of challenges are worth giving a shot – you get an opportunity to learn more about something that you’re passionate about, and the satisfaction of coming up with a solution to a tough problem.”
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