PASADENA, Calif. -- NASA engineers just out did us all when it comes to pumpkin-carving.
They recently held their seventh annual pumpkin-carving contest at NASA's jet propulsion laboratory in Pasadena, California.
Simple smiling pumpkin or carved faces would just not do at this competition. Instead, contestants took standard jack-o'-lanterns and made them spin, light up, glow and even battle other pumpkins.
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All of the contestants had to create their entries on their own time.
The prize for coming up with all of these gourd-gous displays?
Just good ole fashion bragging rights.