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[Video] Youtube Celebrity, Mystery Guitar Man, Features Lunar Lion

Youtube celebrity Joe Penna, better known as the Mystery Guitar Man, typically produces comedic music videos for his 2.8 million subscribers. This week, Penna — a self-described space nerd — decided to break the mold of his recent uploads by producing a feature on Penn State’s Lunar Lion, the university’s entry in the $20 million Google Lunar X Prize competition.

In his Youtube feature on the Lunar Lion, Penna takes an in-depth look at the Lunar Lion launch vehicle design, its rocket engines, and the team’s recently launched $400,000 crowdfunding campaign. Check it out for yourself, for a sneak peek into what Penn State might look like on the moon:

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