ESA Robotics Challenge to Create New Lunar Vehicle
Now that NASA is thinking moon again, the ESA (European Space Agency) has created a robotics challenge to design a better vehicle. Eight university teams were selected to create a robotic rover that must move from where it lands to a crater, go into it at an incline of up to 40º, retrieve something from the bottom, come back, and must do it all remotely. Each team must maintain a web blog during the challenge.
Via Space Daily
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Posted by Sheila Franklin at August 1, 2008 3:46 PM