Sensor System and Teleoperations Concept of the Mars Rover MIDD
On-surface mobility is considered as a key to increase the scientific return of future space missions for planetary exploration. It is necessary to have the capability to leave the landing spot in order to access different locations of scientific interest or to characterize a representative surface area by measurements. Thus currently most space nations develop planetary rovers, mainly designed for use on Mars and on the Moon (, ).
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