Monday, 1 December 2014

Carnegie Mellon unveils Andy lunar rover

Carnegie Mellon University has unveiled Andy, a four-wheeled unmanned rover designed to explore the rough terrain and recently discovered pits of the Moon. Developed in cooperation with Pittsburgh's Astrobotic Technology, the solar powered robot is CMU's entry for the US$20 million-plus Google Lunar XPrize, and may one day help pave the way toward permanent outposts on the Moon... Continue Reading Carnegie Mellon unveils Andy lunar rover

Section: Space

Tags: Autonomous, Carnegie Mellon, Lunar X PRIZE, Moon, Robotics, Rover, Unmanned

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