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"Curiosity is such a powerful force. Without it, we wouldn't be who we are today." -- Clara Ma At only 15 years old, Clara Ma has earned her place in NASA history as the teen who named the "Curiosity" Mars rover. When she was in the 6th grade, Clara wrote an essay about why the rover should be called "Curiosity": "Curiosity is an everlasting flame that burns in everyone's mind. It makes me get out of bed in the morning and wonder what surprises life will throw at me that day. Curiosity is such a powerful force. Without it, we wouldn't be who we are today. Curiosity is the passion that drives us through our everyday lives. We have become explorers and scientists with our need to ask questions and to wonder." Her entry won. In addition to choosing it's name, Clara got to see the rover being built, and signed the body before it began its travels.

"I don't want to follow what other people expect me to be doing. I want to follow me." -- Emma Emma is not your average ballerina. Her shoulders are a little wide, and she is a little too tall. However, that does not stop her from enjoying the sport she loves. Check out more inspiring girls like Emm...

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