- NASA showcases its most spectacular rover concepts ever.
- The rover is called Duaxel, and it actually consists of two rovers in one with two stations.
- Rovers can separate from each other and anchor themselves, allowing each other to explore hard-to-reach areas with security.
NASA’s Perseverance rover is currently heading to Mars. The high-tech machine is more powerful than any other robot NASA has ever sent to the Red Planet, but it’s really like the roi rosi, the rover, and others in NASA’s history. It’s a mobile platform for science, and as such, it’s not built to offer the worst field, Mars.
But in the future, rovers may be able to make much more effective discoveries, and A new rover concept called Duaxel A glimpse into the future of planetary eclipses. It is also very beautiful.
The D-Castle, as its name implies, is a traditional, earth-like vehicle design that is common in snake rover designs instead of four-wheelers. It may initially look less powerful than its counterpart, but Duaxel has a number of tricks in its sleeve that make it a great machine to explore other planets.
You see, there’s a secret to rovers: Duaxal actually has two rovers in one. This pair of two-wheeled rovers is connected to each other. Both smaller rovers are called axles – hence the duaxel naming scheme – and this allows the rover (s) to be isolated and examined in different hard-to-reach areas. A rover and central unit act as anchors, and a two-wheeled axle boat checks deep into lanes or dangerous areas.
The boat searches and, if it gets in trouble, a tether attached to each axle can be used as a escape rope to help it return to the anchor unit. Tether also powers Axel rovers as they explore. It’s a great design, and it could allow you to explore and study some very remote areas of Mars, the Moon, or other planets.
NASA recently tested the rover in a few more areas on Earth, showing its ability to measure stagnation, inclination of rocks, and easily accomplish scientific purposes.
Isa Nation, of NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, said in a statement: “Axel then autonomously surrounded the standing and rocky op lanes and deployed its equipment without the need for a robotic arm. Dissociated domestic bodies such as the Moon, Mars, Mercury and perhaps some icy worlds, such as Jupiter’s Moon, open up access to more regional areas over Europe. ”