Image: Robotic hopper

Washington (UPI) Nov 28, 2018 SpaceBok, a robotic hopper, is currently undergoing tested in the European Space Agency's Mars Yard. On Wednesday, ESA released an image of the four-legged robot navigating cragged, red-tinged rocks. SpaceBok was designed by a team of students from a pair of Swiss research universities, ETH Zurich and ZHAW Zurich. Students and researchers designed the robot for the purpose of navigating

Image: Robotic hopper

This walking and hopping robot is currently being tested in ESA's Mars Yard.

Wed 28 Nov 18 from Phys.org

Rolling, hopping robots explore Earthly analogs of distant planets

Before we send any planet-trotting robot to explore the landscape of Mars or Venus, we need to test it here on Earth. Two such robotic platforms being developed for future missions are undergoing ...

Thu 29 Nov 18 from TechCrunch

SpaceBok robotic hopper being tested at ESA's Mars Yard

SpaceBok, a robotic hopper, is currently undergoing tested in the European Space Agency's Mars Yard.

Wed 28 Nov 18 from UPI

SpaceBok robotic hopper being tested at ESA's Mars Yard, Thu 29 Nov 18 from SpaceDaily

Robotic hopper

Technology image of the week: this hopping SpaceBok robot is designed to get to places on the Moon or Mars that other rovers cannot reach

Wed 28 Nov 18 from ESA

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