Diane Linne, is a Senior Research Engineer at NASA’s Glen Research Center, working on ways to make oxygen on Mars – for rocket fuel and for breathing. Believe it or not, one possible way is with dirt! That’s because we now believe there is quite a bit of water in the soil, either as bound water or as hydrated minerals. Wait ‘till you find out how you get water out of dirt – it’s real “MacGyver-like” ingenuity! This type of real NASA science is enabling the Journey to Mars and, most importantly, ensuring our astronauts can get off Mars and back home to Earth.
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