Student Scientists from Around the World Win Spots on Red Rover Goes to Mars Team Planetary Society

Nine Student Scientists have been selected from over ten thousand entrants worldwide to serve on the Planetary Society’s Red Rover Goes to Mars Training Mission. Ranging in age from 10 to 15, the winners — four girls, five boys — will select a possible landing site on Mars for some future sample return mission. The nine winners hail from across the globe — Brazil, Hungary, India, Poland, Taiwan, and the United States. The winners are Zsofia Bodo, 15, Hungary; Kimberly DeRose, 13, USA; Bernadett Gaal, 14, Hungary; Shaleen Harlalka, 15, India; Iuri Jasper, 12, Brazil; Hsin-Liu Kao, 11, Taiwan; Tanmay Khirwadkar, 13, India; Wojciech Lukasik, 10, Poland; and Vikas Sarangadhara, 10, India.