How data science and rocket science will get humans to Mars

Kapil Kedar Crunch Network Contributor Kapil Kedar is the director of technical sales at Alpine Data. How to join the networkIn a recent op-ed to CNN, President Obama re-affirmed America’s commitment to sending a manned mission to Mars. Think your data science challenges are too complicated? Imagine the difficulties involved in mining data to understand the health impacts of an expedition to Mars. What happens to astronauts’ muscle tone or lung capacities after several years in space? How much weight can they safely lose? How much CO2 should be in the crew vehicle? How many sensors are needed to calculate joint flexibility in each individual space suit? When sending humans “where no one has gone before,” there are a multitude of variables to consider, and NASA is hard at work researching…

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