NASA wants you to help astronauts breathe, and it’ll pay $100,000

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It's not often that the incredibly bright minds at NASA are forced to look for solutions from the general public, but the agency just launched a new competition that does just that. NASA wants to find a new aerosol detection technology that can be used on Earth and in space, and it's offering the hefty sum of $100,000 to any individual or group that can develop the best one.

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