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holy_calamity writes: New Scientist has video of Nasa's new Chariot lunar rover [] in action on simulated moon surface in Houston. As the associated story explains, the two-tonne "truck" has a top speed of 20km/hour and is currently fitted with a plough, with additional back hoe and drill attachments to come. Sure it's not glamorous — more of a lunar tractor — but sure looks handy for establishing that permanent moon base NASA wants [].
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NASA's new lunar rover in action

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How come everyone's going so slow if it's called rush hour?