NASA finds trapped miners in Chile in good spirits

"It's very important for people in situations like this to have meaningful work to do ... Part of their meaningful work is to continue the responsibility of extracting themselves from this mine."

Albert Holland, a psychologist at the Johnson Space Center, and part of a NASA advisory team helping the 33 trapped miners in Chile. The American scientists are impressed by the miners' remarkable resilience.

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