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New Centennial Challenges from NASA

12/05/2005 1:00 PM

NASA has announced new $250,000 (USD) cash prizes in a pair of contests aimed at developing robotic systems for space exploration. The space agency is challenging innovators to build an autonomous aerial vehicle to navigate a tricky flight path, or robots capable of building complex structures with only limited guidance from their human handlers. The contents are part of NASA's Centennial Challenges program to spur interest in commercial space technologies.

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