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NASA’s Halloween pumpkin projects are out of this world

Happy Halloween! NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory spent an hour creating elaborate Jack-O-Lanterns earlier this week. Some have multiple layers. Others have moving mouths or spinning contraptions. One has a switch that, when flipped on, activates a robotic arm that turns the same switch off. Check them out here. Most Useless #NASAPumpkin pic.twitter.com/YkNbUzHQSc — Aaron Yazzie … Continue reading “NASA’s Halloween pumpkin projects are out of this world”

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Happy Halloween! NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory spent an hour creating elaborate Jack-O-Lanterns earlier this week. Some have multiple layers. Others have moving mouths or spinning contraptions. One has a switch that, when flipped on, activates a robotic arm that turns the same switch off. Check them out here.

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Sarah Kessler is a senior writer at Fast Company, where she writes about the on-demand/gig/sharing "economies" and the future of work.

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