1. NASA wants your ideas to reuse trash and waste on a Mars mission  Space.com
  2. NASA challenges entrepreneurs design a toilet for a trip to Mars  Daily Mail
  3. NASA and HeroX Want to Convert Waste in Space and Monitor Air-Quality Here on Earth  Universe Today
  4. NASA Crowdsources Solutions for Human Mission to Mars  DISCOVER Magazine
  5. You Could Help a Future NASA Mars Mission — Here's How  Travel+Leisure
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NASA just opened a challenge seeking ways to go to Mars and back with a minimum of wasted materials.You have until March 15 to submit your Red Planet innovations.

NASA wants your ideas to reuse trash and waste on a Mars mission | Space

This is the latest campaign by the US space agency, operating in partnership with leading crowd-sourcing platform HeroX, based in Houston, Texas.This is the latest campaign by the US space agency, operating in partnership with leading crowd-sourcing platform HeroX, based in Houston, Texas.

NASA challenges entrepreneurs design a toilet for a trip to Mars | Daily Mail Online

NASA and HeroX just launched two exciting incentive competitions to address the challenges of astronaut waste during missions to Mars and air quality here on Earth.

NASA and HeroX Want to Convert Waste in Space and Monitor Air-Quality Here on Earth - Universe Today

If you have a winning idea about how to make the multi-year trip more self-sufficient, NASA wants to give you $1,000.If you have a winning idea about how to make the multi-year trip more self-sufficient, NASA wants to give you $1,000.

NASA Crowdsources Solutions for Human Mission to Mars | Discover Magazine

HeroX launched a competition on Tuesday, Jan. 18 to find a solution to space waste for future NASA missions to Mars.HeroX launched a competition on Tuesday, Jan. 18 to find a solution to space waste for future NASA missions to Mars.

You Could Help a Future NASA Mars Mission — Here's How | Travel + Leisure

Nasa has invited individuals and teams to analyse a 5x5 km grid in the three cities, and the data gathered in this manner will be shared with the US embassy in Delhi and the Delhi government. The winning team will be receiving a prize of $50,000. | Latest News DelhiNasa has invited individuals and teams to analyse a 5x5 km grid in the three cities, and the data gathered in this manner will be shared with the US embassy in Delhi and the Delhi government. The winning team will be receiving a prize of $50,000.

Delhi among 3 global cities part of Nasa's air pollution challenge | Latest News Delhi - Hindustan Times

It's a dirty job, but someone has to have the solution to it.It's a dirty job, but someone has to have the solution to it.

You Could Help a Future NASA Mars Mission — Here's How