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Mission 1
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== Mission 1 ==
  
 
Multiple Google Lunar X-Prize clone-like rovers are delivered by a single lander.  
 
Multiple Google Lunar X-Prize clone-like rovers are delivered by a single lander.  
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The lander will "hop" around to deposit rovers, similar to an upside down Pez-dispenser.
 
The lander will "hop" around to deposit rovers, similar to an upside down Pez-dispenser.
  
Specifications for the rovers:
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== Specifications for the rovers ==
   
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Do we assuming short range communications relayed through the hopper ?
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'''Mobility'''
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  is this necessary with the lander dropping multiple 'rovers'
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'''Video'''
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webcams are cheap, the data may be expensive though.
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height for a perspective ?
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pan, tilt, optical zoom ?
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'''Communications'''
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Do we assuming short range communications relayed through the hopper ?
 
  The advantage of a hopper is to fly over the horizon, perhaps a mesh-comm network ?
 
  The advantage of a hopper is to fly over the horizon, perhaps a mesh-comm network ?
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'''Lunar Nightlife'''
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may require RTGs just to survive.

Revision as of 10:52, 27 July 2008

Mission 1

Multiple Google Lunar X-Prize clone-like rovers are delivered by a single lander.

The lander will "hop" around to deposit rovers, similar to an upside down Pez-dispenser.

Specifications for the rovers

Mobility

is this necessary with the lander dropping multiple 'rovers'

Video

webcams are cheap, the data may be expensive though.
height for a perspective ?
pan, tilt, optical zoom ?

Communications

Do we assuming short range communications relayed through the hopper ?
The advantage of a hopper is to fly over the horizon, perhaps a mesh-comm network ?

Lunar Nightlife

may require RTGs just to survive.
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