The Right Kind of Crazy: A True Story of Teamwork, Leadership, and High-Stakes Innovation
Adam Steltzner with William Patrick
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The true story of how an unlikely leader helped inspire a team of rocket scientists to achieve the near impossible: landing a two-thousand pound rover on Mars.
"Steltzner's enthusiastic, passionately written memoir is an insider's guide to engineering wizardry and a testament to the effectiveness of team-minded engagement, rational problem-solving, and the concept of 'making ideas reality.' A motivational journey for armchair astronauts and readers fascinated by the unlimited wingspan of human potential."
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About the Authors
Adam Steltzner is an engineer at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory. He worked on several flight projects, including Galileo, Cassini, Mars Pathfinder, and Mars Exploration Rovers. He was the phase lead and development manager of the Mars Science Laboratory, Curiosity rover EDL phase, and helped design, build, and test the sky crane landing system. William Patrick has cowritten memoirs by Sidney Poitier, Larry Flynt, Tamara Mellon, Robert Schuller, and Amy Robach.
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