These pumpkins carved by NASA astronauts are out of control


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PASADENA, Ca. -- Oh, you won your neighborhood's pumpkin carving contest by making one look that looks Donald Trump and sticking a candle in it?

That's cute.

If that's all you got, you better stay in the neighborhood. Don't even think about taking those skills out to the big leagues, like the annual pumpkin carving contest put on by engineers at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory.

These guys and girls are doing next level stuff.

Aaron Yazzie, a mechanical engineer there, showed off all of the awesomeness on Twitter.

These folks must've ruled their middle school science fairs.

Yazzie said he couldn't participate this year because he was in the middle of testing for some project he was working on. Hey, somebody had to keep up the work of putting stuff in space.


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