This WashU Startup in St. Louis Sent Sensors to Mars
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- Published on November 11, 2021
- Last Updated November 14, 2021
- In Syndication
Pablo Sobron, takes his childhood dream of Mars exploration a reality through optical sensors.
Working with NASA, Sobron has grown his team to 13 full-time employees and set-up his startup; “Impossible Sensing” in St. Louis.
Whilst Sabron continues to invest in the city St. Louis towards making it a city hub for deep space and deep sea exploration and innovation, two of Impossible Sensing’s exploration equipment landed in Mars along with the NASA rover Perseverance.
Sobron, upon identifying the potential, aims to anchor Impossible Sensing in St. Louis through the ties to Washington University’s NASA partnership.
Check out the full story by Liz Miller on STL Inno.