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NASA’s Artemis astronauts will bring some very cold samples from the Moon’s coldest regions back to Earth. How will those ultra-cold samples be preserved for the long journey back to Earth? Enter the Lunar Deep Freeze Challenge to tell us how you would do it!

Competitors must conceptualize and describe a novel approach to cryogenic containment that will allow NASA to transport lunar samples from the permanently shadowed regions of the Moon back to the lab on Earth.

Submit your solution by Thursday, November 12, 2020, for the chance to win a cash prize and the opportunity to collaborate with NASA in the future!


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