Keely Ernst/Courier Madison Elain Triplett, 17, (second from right) is named as the 97th Rose Queen at a ceremony at the Pasadena Civic Auditorium Plaza on Tuesday night, October 21, 2014. Rose Queen Madison Elain Triplett attends John Marshall Fundamental High School and lives in Altadena.
Keely Ernst/Courier Princesses of the Royal Court surround Madison Elain Triplett, 17, after she is announced as the 97th Rose Queen by Tournament of Roses President Richard Chinen at a ceremony at the Pasadena Civic Auditorium Plaza on Tuesday night, October 21, 2014. Rose Queen Madison Elain Triplett attends John Marshall Fundamental High School and lives in Altadena.
Madison Elain Triplett, 17, is crowned as the 97th Rose Queen by Tournament of Roses President Richard Chinen at a ceremony at the Pasadena Civic Auditorium Plaza on Tuesday night, October 21, 2014. Rose Queen Madison Elain Triplett attends John Marshall Fundamental High School and lives in Altadena.
Madison Elain Triplett, 17, is crowned as the 97th Rose Queen by Tournament of Roses President Richard Chinen at a ceremony at the Pasadena Civic Auditorium Plaza on Tuesday night, October 21, 2014. Rose Queen Madison Elain Triplett attends John Marshall Fundamental High School and lives in Altadena.
Keely Damara/Courier NASA employee Steven Collins explains to a group of children about the types of rovers and orbiters currently on Mars during the JPL open house on Sunday, October 11, 2015 in Pasadena, Calif. The open house was held on both Saturday and Sunday and included exhibits including a life-size model of the Curiosity Mars rover; demonstrations from numerous space missions; JPL’s machine shop, where robotic spacecraft parts are built; and the Microdevices Lab, where engineers and scientists use tiny technology to revolutionize space exploration.