Adam Steltzner is a curious guy. Super curious, actually. And in a conversation with Matt Ehlman of The Numad Group during our November Morning Fill Up, he'll talk about how his curiosity changed his life.
Adam is a Jet Propulsion Laboratory engineer recognized for development of the Mars Curiosity rover's entry, descent and landing system and for contributions to control of parachute dynamics. He has worked on multiple NASA flight projects, including Galileo, Cassini, Mars Pathfinder, and the Mars Exploration Rovers (Spirit and Opportunity). The earlier rovers--Pathfinder's Sojourner, as well as Spirit and Opportunity--landed on Mars with the help of specially designed airbags.
And so, we want to know: What would you ask Adam Steltzner at Morning Fill Up? Submit your questions here and we'll do our very best to ask your question during the conversation on November 30.