Exploring NASA’s quirky places
The Science Life
By Nadia Drake, 08:51 AM February 21, 2013
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One building houses what has been deemed the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory’s “best bathroom.” Another, an atomic clock. And naturally the scientists and engineers at the Pasadena, Calif., lab that built the Curiosity rover have a Mars Yard that simulates the surface of the Red Planet, complete with rocks and sand.
Luke Johnson (right), a graphic designer, has illustrated scientists’ day-to-day life at the storied lab, mapping what he calls JPL’s “curiosities.” Best kno...
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