Maine Man Wins NASA's Glove Challenge

May 05, 2007

(AP) -- Coming up with a glove to be worn in the void of space is not a typical design challenge, but an engineer from Maine has impressed NASA with a design he came up with at his kitchen table. Peter Homer, 45, won $200,000 in NASA's "Astronaut Glove Challenge" at the New England Air Museum in Windsor Locks this week.



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