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Category Archives: NASA

Space Poop Challenge Winner’s Solution May End Up in Space Soon

The winner of a recent NASA challenge may see his invention (or parts of it) launched into space on a mission in the next few years. “I guess it was all pretty abstract before, but it does look like they … Continue reading

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Finalists Announced in NASA’s Space Robotics Challenge

When astronauts finally land on the surface of Mars, they may not be alone. They may bring with them some associates who stand more than six feet tall, weigh about 300 pounds and have programmed souls. This past summer NASA … Continue reading

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The Government’s Innovation Network Is Growing, Thanks to You

Good news, solvers. The federal government’s use of challenges is catching on. And your ideas and solutions are helping agencies address some pretty big issues, whether it’s hunting for asteroids, reducing water pollution or finding ways to block phone spam. … Continue reading

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It’s Baseball Season, and Challenge.gov Hits Another Milestone

If you haven’t noticed, the number of challenges listed on Challenge.gov has crossed the 700 mark. That’s currently a handful more challenges than Yankees slugger Alex Rodriguez has home runs. But unlike baseball greats who have approached and even surpassed … Continue reading

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