The Results Of NASA’s Pumpkin Carving Contest Are A Joy To Behold

ryan-harkness
Contributing Writer
10.31.16

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We know, we know. At this point in the Halloween game you’ve probably seen enough ‘cool’ costumes and ‘hilarious’ pumpkins to last you a lifetime. But trust us when we say that these pumpkins from the annual NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory Pumpkin Carving Competition are something else entirely. 364 days a year, the NASA JPL handles all of the space agency’s robotic missions across our solar system. But one day a year they dedicate themselves to making some seriously nerdy pumpkins.

Let’s take a look, shall we?

We wonder if that’s an accurate orbit path? Go home, Juno space probe, you’re drunk.

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Ryan Harkness has been writing about mixed martial arts since 2006 for outlets like FOX Sports, Yahoo!, Bleacher Report, Bloody Elbow, and Fightlinker. UPROXX has been kind enough to let him share his thoughts on pop culture as well, mainly on shows featuring the undead.

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