Will we see RC cars on Mars next?
Articles tagged "rover"
Are we in for a new Moon race?
Here's hoping some Texan with oil money to spend will take up the challenge of exploring the Saturnian moon with HyTAQ, a brilliant quadrotor concept.
E.T. phone drone.
While Curiosity gets the limelight and the press love, its terrestrial cousins sadly and stoically wander onward, quietly obtaining valuable data about the Earth's poles.
Curiosity took it's first drive this week, and it was way simpler than the rover that roved before.
After 15 sols, Curiosity is ready to roll. Here's the plan.
NASA's done a fine job of documenting its big Martian landing last week - that little YouTube "robot copyright hiccup":http://motherboard.vice.com/2012/8/6/nasa-s-mars-rover-crashed-into-a-dmca-takedown notwithstanding. But one of NASA JPL's engineer…
In less than 24 hours we'll know whether the Mars Curiosity Rover, the next in NASA's line of vehicles designed to probe one of Earth's closest planetary neighbors, plummeted to the Martian surface as it's been programmed to, or not. Jim Adams is bit…
h4. “Probably the overall biggest risk is our lack of imagination.” _— "Steven Lee":http://www.nature.com/news/7-minutes-of-terror-1.11089, System Manager, Guidance, Navigation and Control at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL)_ The last
Opportunity is about to finish a full Martian marathon.
_During a fraction of the time it took to develop Duke Nukem Forever, NASA was able to engineer, launch and land two rovers on the surface of Mars that were operational for 5+ years. This game better be good._ h3. ONE: NASA astronauts to fly Orion…