JPL’s Adam Steltzner: Premium talent in unconventional packages

And a musician shall lead them.

It wasn’t supposed to happen. Adam Steltzner, that is, becoming a rocket scientist. The bass guitarist and rocker turned physicist was told he wouldn’t amount to anything. Now, as leader of JPL’s most daring and successful excursion to Mars in Curiosity, he’s a part of unmanned space exploratory history.

Value wrapped in unconventional packages isn’t always first recognized. But ultimately it’s  the most interesting.

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