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With the summer 2003 launch of the two Mars Rovers packed with scientific instruments developed at Cornell, the university's contribution to extraterrestrial activities has received a great deal of attention. However, while the locus of space sciences on campus may be the Space Sciences Building, it is not the only place at Cornell where technologies of importance in space are being developed. Two of these technologies have recently come from the fourth floor of Phillips Hall, a hotbed of innovation on campus, where electrical engineers are developing solutions to terrestrial problems that have extraterrestrial utility.
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