Physics may be boring to most folks out there, but when NASA itself — to decipher, the Unites States’ National Aeronautics and Space Administration, which has reached Mars and well beyond — invites you to delve into a ground-breaking scientific project, like Bio-Mimetic Fly Eye Sensor for Real-Time Target Tracking, then a whole new world of opportunities opens up. The Baltic Times spoke to Liudvikas Paukste, Vilnius University’s Physics’ fourth-year student, about the four-month NASA training he has been awarded.
How inspiring for a phy...
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