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Title:
Mars Rover Landing Engineer Adam Steltzner: How Curiosity Changed My Life
When:
Wed 03/26  6:00pm
Where:
St. Louis
Category:
Lecture/Discussion

Description

Adam Steltzner, PhD, the engineer in charge of a highly delicate landing feat, will tell how “Curiosity Changed My Life” for the Assembly Series. Steltzner’s team executed a perfect landing, made all the more dazzling considering their leader flunked geometry and dropped out of high school to join a rock band. 314-935-4620

news.wustl.edu/news

Venue

Venue/Location:
Washington University's Graham Chapel
Street:
6445 Forsyth
ZIP:
63105
City:
St. Louis
State (ex: MO):
MO

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