Meet Georgia Crowther

by | Apr 17, 2014 | Geeky science stuff | 0 comments

How cool is this? ?
georgia-crowther-cornell-mars-rover-1
Cornell senior Georgia Crowther is Team Leader of Cornell's Mars Rover club and co-founder of their Rapid Prototyping Lab. She and her team have designed a mock Mars Rover, the Ares 2014. She's been learning all the engineering “on the job,” so to speak. Read all about it here: This Cornell Student Built A Rover To Help Colonize Mars

0 Comments

Submit a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Related Articles

Mars Launch Window?

On May 30, 2016, Mars will be closer to Earth than it's been for 11 years--a great time for travel between the two planets! Over the next week or so, if you look up at the night sky it's fairly easy to spot--a bright, reddish "star" in the southern sky, rising in the...

Incompetence in the new regime? NASA finds OUR water on Mars!

Evidence of Gross Incompetence? NASA Discovers Nuathan Wastewater Release 28 September, 2015 by Gwendolyn Gannett On September 28th NASA, the Duchas' rudimentary Space organization, announced the discovery of flowing water on Mars.  NASA detected this by means of...

Apparent vs Absolute Magnitude

(Contains minor Starstruck spoilers) The chapter titles to Starstruck (and Starfall) use scientific terms to convey hints about the chapter. Two late chapters of Starstruck are titled “Apparent Magnitude” and “Absolute Magnitude.” A bit of insight on the astronomy...

Sign up for more tips!

Loading...