NASA selects 4 Utah students for research grants
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"[The robots] could do a range of tasks," Brink said. "Anything from menial tasks that are tedious for astronauts to very dangerous tasks that would require astronauts to put on suits and go out into space."
Brink hopes the fellowship will springboard him into a career with space technology.
"I’m just getting started with NASA," Brink said. "I’m excited to see where it takes me."
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