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Jul 12, 2021

[Answer] 8. With the most recent set of Mars rovers, the NASA engineers were very concerned about squidding. What, pray tell, were they afraid of?

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...1. The parachute not opening properly 2. The rover being eaten by Martian squid 3. The rover turning into a squid 4. The rover wearing a big, red, goofy squid suit According to the JPL website, "When the team built and tested smaller chutes in a wind tunnel at NASA's Ames Research Center, the chutes failed to open. Instead, the chutes fluttered in mid-air in a phenomenon known as 'squidding' - reminiscent of the fluttering of a squid's fins as it swims through water." That does sound serious.




Step 2 : Answer to the question "8. With the most recent set of Mars rovers, the NASA engineers were very concerned about squidding. What, pray tell, were they afraid of?"



The parachute not opening properly:


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