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Step inside this Mars rover concept vehicle created as part of the Kennedy Space Center’s “Summer of Mars” campaign to celebrate advances in exploration of the planet.

By: A.J. Chavar, Nathan Griffiths, Samantha Quick, and Joshua Thomas

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The Mars Rover can be used as a habitat or a laboratory, splitting into two sections for different purposes. The vehicle is solar-powered, and could function on Mars well. Though the concept vehicle will never actually fly to Mars, it leads to mind to wonder what could be in store for future space exploration.


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Maude Potvin says:

This is a big joke, it will never go anywhere other than school and on tv …
Nasa is lost, not in space :/

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