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Canada Moon NASA Robotics Space Science

Students Win NASA Moon Robot Competition 28

Posted by Soulskill
from the soon-the-lunar-invasion-will-be-ready dept.
Mikkeles writes "After a grueling five-day test of material-collecting ability, the team from Laurentian University returned home to Sudbury, Canada with the win in NASA's second annual Lunabotics competition. Second place went to North Dakota, and West Virginia University placed third."
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Students Win NASA Moon Robot Competition

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  • Canadians and Space (Score:4, Interesting)

    by farrellj (563) * on Saturday June 04, 2011 @02:46PM (#36337462) Homepage Journal

    Yeah Canada!

    I mean, we built the legs for the Lunar Module, and that lead to us designing and building the robotic arms used on the Shuttle and the ISS. And many of the top people in the Gemini, and Apollo program were Canadians, hired by NASA after the AVRO Arrow CF-105 was cancelled in the late 1950s.

    ttyl
              Farrell

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