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Asteroid Grand Challenge

  1. NASA Wants YOU to Help Detect Asteroids, and They’re Willing to Pay

    Do the Math. Save the world.

    Grab your no. 2 pencils and Texas Instruments! NASA announced today that they will be awarding $35,000 in prizes between now and August to civilians who develop asteroid-detecting algorithms. NASA, I'm flattered that you would ask, but honestly I'd prefer if you had this whole "preventing planetary extinction" thing down already.

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  2. NASA Announces Asteroid Grand Challenge, Wants Your Help in Stopping Them

    Well, as much help as you can provide, anyway.

    Hop into your triangle-shaped spaceship and start shooting dots at drifting polygons, because NASA wants you to do your part in stopping asteroids from destroying the planet. On Tuesday, the space agency announced the Asteroid Grand Challenge, a wide-ranging initiative aimed at tracking and eliminating asteroids that could impact the Earth. To achieve its goals, NASA is reaching out to the public for help.

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