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The NASA Jet Propulsion Lab's Sarah Milkovich joins Jake to tell us about the Mars2020 rover and her role in bringing the science and engineering teams together for success.
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NASA's next flagship Mars mission will put the generation of their rovers on the surface of Mars. With the working title of Mars2020, the rover will improve upon the Curiosity design that so far has been wildly successful. But putting together a rover, even one with a borrowed design, is not easy. Sarah Milkovich, a Science Systems Engineer with JPL, tells us about the challenges of bridging the gap between science and engineering on a $2 billion rover.
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