NASA's $750K challenge isn't hot air

The space agency is offering to pay anyone who can convert carbon dioxide into glucose.
0:59 | 09/04/18

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NASA has just announced a bigger board in the quest to colonize Mars. It's offering to pay up to 750000. Dollars to anyone who comes up with a way to turn carbon dioxide which there is a lot of on Mars. It's your more useful products like sugar for example. Those who are up for the challenge need to register by January. OK so carnival cruise line's biggest ship ever is about to set sail for the first time it holds 6600. Passengers. And includes seventeen restaurants in 23 bars. There's also water park a casino on board along with a two story penthouse suite with floor to ceiling windows. Carnival says it is a green chef believe it or not because it runs on liquefied natural gas. Diesel like many others charette and you're not a crews got the 23 bars twice voted that's where they had finished first third 6600 passengers at night knowing it. 23 Bard who winning rally ignited the crews spoke line and fingered.

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