Between the flying spaceships, game of Pac-Man, dry ice, and blinking lights, NASA’s pumpkin carvings are a bit more elaborate than what you typically see around Halloween.
Need last minute 🎃pumpkin🎃 carving tips? Check out what some of our employees came up with this year. Full gallery: https://t.co/jzPuMyIE1G pic.twitter.com/6eTtXsQmc2
— NASA JPL (@NASAJPL) October 28, 2016
A group of engineers at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, Calif., held the sixth annual pumpkin carving contest, and the results are out of this world.
Some of the engineers took to Twitter to post pictures of the creations.
So much fun today at the annual @NASAJPL Mechanical Engineering Division Pumpkin Carving Contest! #nasa #jpl #pumpkinengineers 🚀🎃🛠 pic.twitter.com/E2o00H0WBc— Michelle Easter (@MichelleEaster) October 27, 2016
Political Commentary #NASAPumpkin pic.twitter.com/w1YiK2zfUb— Aaron Yazzie (he/him) (@YazzieSays) October 27, 2016
And best for last, my group's entry: Leonardo, the Mars Copter #NASAPumpkin! pic.twitter.com/3E0Mz0aC94— Aaron Yazzie (he/him) (@YazzieSays) October 27, 2016
You can check out videos of all the whacky creations over on JPL’s Flickr page.