Even though space is cold, it's easy for a spacecraft to overheat. Andy will use a radiator to dissipate that heat and keep its electronics functional. This semester, the team began verifying that crucial system.
Meet Tetramorph, the first CubeRover. Tetramorph is a new way of exploring: a symbiotic, autonomous scout that flies with a larger rover.
Andy's localization systems are crucial to its mission to the Moon. This semester the team improved and iterated those systems and then verified them in a field test.
Carnegie Mellon team prototypes and successfully tests a scientific use for Griffin’s landing cameras.
Building a reliable rover is hard. Here's our road map for Andy.
Astrobotic, Andy's ride to the Moon, will now carry a second GLXP rover: Moonraker.
Carnegie Mellon let an audience in Davos drive a rover on a simulated lunar terrain, previewing the integrated future of robots and humans.