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From Mars to the stage: JPL Choir explores math and music




Members of the choir at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory rehearse in the Von Karmen auditorium on the JPL campus, which displays models of the robotic technology JPL has sent into space.
Members of the choir at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory rehearse in the Von Karmen auditorium on the JPL campus, which displays models of the robotic technology JPL has sent into space.
Meghan McCarty
Members of the choir at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory rehearse in the Von Karmen auditorium on the JPL campus, which displays models of the robotic technology JPL has sent into space.
The JPL Choir rehearses in the Von Karmen auditorium on the JPL campus.
Meghan McCarty
Members of the choir at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory rehearse in the Von Karmen auditorium on the JPL campus, which displays models of the robotic technology JPL has sent into space.
Donald Brinegar has conducted the JPL choir for the last two and a half years.
Meghan McCarty


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Some of the greatest minds in science work for NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory near Pasadena. But this weekend a group of them will turn their attention from exploring space to exploring their artsy side, as we hear from KPCC's Meghan McCarty.