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Ara Kourchians

Ara Kourchians

Ara is an undergrad in electrical engineering at Cal Poly Pomona. In his spare time he builds UAVs, robots, and time machines. He's worked for JPL/NASA for 3 years developing software tools for reliability/environmental testing for spacecraft electronics.

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Programmable Mars Watch for $50

Posted 2013/07/11 06:00 CDT | 0 comment

Time is kept differently on Mars. This is because Mars itself rotates a little slower than Earth. This proves to be a pain when it comes to timekeeping.

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