Podcast: NASA's Plan to Crash Land on Mars

02 Nov, 2022

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An illustration of SHIELD, a Mars lander concept that would allow lower-cost missions to reach the Red Planet’s surface by safely crash landing, using a collapsible base to absorb the impact. Credit: California Academy of Sciences

An illustration of SHIELD, a Mars lander concept that would allow lower-cost missions to reach the Red Planet’s surface by safely crash landing, using a collapsible base to absorb the impact. Credit: California Academy of Sciences

In this episode, we talk about NASA plans to crash land payloads on Mars to advance our understanding of the red planet.

In this episode, we talk about NASA plans to crash land payloads on Mars to advance our understanding of the red planet.  


This podcast is sponsored by Duro


EPISODE NOTES

(0:41) - Why NASA Is Trying To Crash Land On Mars

Episode 94 was brought to you by Duro, the PLM platform behind some of Farbod & Daniel’s favorite hardware products!

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