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In support of NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center, a Jacobs team recently sponsored a nationwide competition to identify new space exploration technologies or innovations with game changing and breakthrough potential. Discover how the inaugural winning technology will enhance critical aspects of human spaceflight safety, affordability and more!
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