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NASA is looking for great minds to analyze data from Mars.  You will pay up to $30,000

NASA is looking for great minds to analyze data from Mars. You will pay up to $30,000

The NASA It will pay for those who can automatically analyze data from Mars The check will arrive at 30 thousand dollars.

NASA is making this call in Search of Great Minds to help scientists find ways to study data from Mars rovers.

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The competition, which ends on April 17, will pay you up to $30,000 to find the best ways to analyze data from Mars.

The call, made by the space agency and the HeroX platform, is to create ways to automatically analyze mass spectrometry data collected during Mars exploration.

This is to help scientists conduct their research more quickly and efficiently.

NASA launched an interesting call / Image: Pixabay

There will be three prizes

According to NASA, the first prize will be $15,000, while the second and third place winners will receive $7,500 and $5,000, respectively.

In addition, a bonus of $2,500 is also planned.

The space exploration vehicles responsible for sending data back to Earth are perseverance and curiosity.

Both are equipped with data-gathering tools, and it is he who is responsible for responding to whether there is a possibility of life on the Red Planet.

However, the communication between roving vehicles and the ground, and the speed of data transmission, is very limited.

So when scientists receive data from a sample, they must quickly analyze it and draw conclusions about its chemical composition to determine the rover’s next processes.

For this reason, they seek the support of other scientists so that they can help them speed up information and response time.

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Contest rules are already posted on the HeroX website and you have until April 18th NASA Find these great minds to analyze data from them Mars.