Japan – $2.2 billion Robot Moon Base in 2020

$2.2 billion Robot

$2.2 billion Robot

Conducting a survey after the robot in front of the moon rover in 2015 and believing the moon base is essential for exploration of the solar system, Japanese government panel comes up with a new mission to build a robot base in the Antarctic exploration of the moon in order to collect some essential information. By building a power system that combines lithium-ion batteries and solar power, there will be a 660 pound self-powered rolling bot to investigate the moon’s inner structure, high-def cameras, and arms to gather rock samples, which will be returned to Earth via rocket. The project costs $2.2 billion. Hopefully, there will be more information after the break.

[Node via news.cnet]

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5 Responses to “Japan – $2.2 billion Robot Moon Base in 2020”

  1. Hey…thanks for that. Fantastic idea. I’ll be checking back shortly for more info. Excellent!

  2. Ha!Hey!Hah!. That’s interesting. That’s the fifth time I’ve come acrosssomething like that. interesting.

  3. Tony Adamson says:

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  4. Heck, I was really in tune with that. I told my friend and she said the same. I would like to hear whatever else you have on this. Excellent!

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