It turns out that NASA engineers are good at more than just sending rockets into the sky.
Yes, Halloween is over. If you are interested in this holiday, you must have seen enough Jack-o'- lanterns.
but believe me, even so, the following are well worth seeing! All of these works come from the pumpkin carving competition at NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory (NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory). It turns out that NASA engineers are good at more than just sending rockets into the sky.
Pumpkin pirate ship, add a little dry ice is very atmosphere:
suck away the cow's UFO pumpkin! This stalk is a classic
(it looks like the cow should be in a transparent bottle full of liquid, with a magnetic agitator below to make it spin)
Europa and Juno. The grayish-white pumpkin plays Jupiter's moon Europa, accompanied by Juno's Jupiter probe and Jupiter in the background.
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there is another rotatable Juno:
Mars rover vs. Pumpkin Monster. (here should be a tribute to the sci-fi movie World War.)
on NASAJPL's website, there are even special tips for making pumpkin lanterns that tell people how to dig pumpkins like NASA engineers. The main points include:
set a theme for your pumpkin
jump out of the pumpkin itself, add all kinds of small decorations around the pumpkin
add a few more pumpkins to the big pumpkin, the shape is richer
you don't have to stick to the orange Jack-o-lantern, you can paint it in any color you want
use led and optical fiber to create a unique lighting effect
Let it move, and you can program it. Or add sound effects...
after reading, I feel that the Jack-o'- lantern I have seen before is so common. _ (: pumpkin "∠) _ engineer really knows how to play