NASA has launched a new citizen science website, which it called “NASA Solve” (1). The site would engage the public to help the space agency solve some pressing problems surrounding its mission. The new initiative is a gateway to competitions such as the Centennial Challenges (2) program that has sponsored technology prize competitions that range from developing a new astronaut glove (3) to robots capable to extracting lunar regolith (4). Prize competitions to advance aerospace technology are nothing new and did not originate with NASA. In 2004, team from Scaled Composites won the Ansari X Prize (5) by flying SpaceShipOne multiple times on a suborbital flight.