Stardust Wins 'Popular Mechanics' Award

Tom Duxbury receives award
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October 09, 2006

NASA's Stardust mission received Popular Mechanics' Breakthrough Award 2006 for innovative spacecraft design, mission planning and execution, and scientific achievement. JPL's Tom Duxbury, Stardust project manager, was on hand to receive the award.



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