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NASA EDGE: Regolith Mining Competition

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September 16, 2013
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Transcript Featuring: Regolith Mining Competition 2013 - Student Team Leads - Rob Mueller - Eric Reiners - Jim Heise [Music] ANNOUNCER: The regolith mining competition. NASA's 4th annual event, challenging college students from around the world to design and build a robot, then navigate their way to success. This contest may require a little more than just the force to become victorious. Which teams have the right stuff? Find out next on NASA EDGE. [Music]


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