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Instrumentation and Payload Design for Lunar Roving Vehicles 630079

Unmanned lunar vehicles will explore the moon’s surface prior to manned landing. These vehicles will be controlled from earth and will gather data on elevation contours and surface roughness, soil conditions and classification, electromagnetic radiation and micrometeorite conditions, and the substrate makeup and seismic conditions. Considered are lunar environment, radiation hazard, payload design criteria, environmental control, control and guidance systems, communication systems, and scientific instrumentation.

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