Explore New Worlds With JPL’s Open Source Rover – Info Robotic

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NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory’s Mars rovers have a special place in my heart. I loved seeing pictures of Sojourner nuzzling up to rocks, and I still wonder whether it managed to drive around the Pathfinder lander after contact was lost. Spirit going silent was heartbreaking, and Opportunity continues to inspire so far beyond its expected lifetime, even as a dust storm threatens to starve it to death. And I particularly remember thinking how insane it was that Curiosity was going to drop onto the surface from a hovering robotic sky crane (!), and then being entirely overwhelmed to watch it happen flawlessly from the media room at JPL. 

I’m not the only person who thinks that JPL’s rovers are incredible, and other fans have been pestering the roboticists at JPL for a cute little that can be built at home. JPL has been working on this for a little bit, and they’ve just announced the end product of their Rover project, and it’s “space robots for everyone!”

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