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Aquatic Rover Drives on the Underside of the Ice in Antarctica

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Aquatic Rover Drives on the Underside of the Ice in Antarctica

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    Aquatic Rover Drives on the Underside of the Ice in Antarctica
    by Evan Gough

    Not all rovers are designed to roam around on the surface of other worlds like Mars. One rover, at least, is aquatic; a necessary development if we’re going to explore Enceladus, Europa, and the Solar System’s other watery worlds. This rover is called the Buoyant Rover for Under-Ice Exploration, or BRUIE. This is not a …

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