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Published on Jul 26, 2011
Team Pi In The Sky tests out their twin-motor quad-track gravity assisted lunar rover (named 3.14) that climbs the ridges with ease. In this trial, the rover's sensors are successfully tested to show that the robot can reliably detect ridges, Helium-3 and walls.