The curiosity rover on Mars

Making a Non-Electric Rover For the Venus Planetary Surface

A rover which can see, move and communicate all without electricity. Sounds impossible? Turns out non-electric solutions exist for all these challenges.

We have sent several robotic missions to Mars, yet despite being closer there are no robotic rovers roaming…

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Geek dad, living in Oslo, Norway with passion for UX, Julia programming, science, teaching, reading and writing.

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