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Success and Failure on Mars: Mechanics in the Exploration of Space

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2100 Constitution Ave NW

The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine, NAS Building, Auditorium

Washington, DC 20418

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Over the last three decades, engineering mechanics has been exploited to yield success in the exploration of Mars. This talk will highlight a few examples of engineering mechanics being used to save billions of dollars of U.S. investment and create an ever-expanding understanding of Mars - and Earth’s place in the solar system. We are thrilled to have Adam D. Steltzner of NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory as our speaker for this event.

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