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Team Indus Bengaluru practising landing unammed vehicle on Moon



Team Indus of Bengaluru preparing for an unmanned mission to send unmanned vehicle to the Moon

A team of engineers and scientists have prepared the ground as of moon so that the landing of practise of unmanned mission can be done.

The engineers have made a pit of 15 X 12 feet and have achieved 16 tons of stones to from the surface of the Moon.

The surface of the moon is soft, therefore it will be difficult for the scientists to move on the moon

For this, the scientists have been preparing a rover that will ensure the scientists to move freely on the Moon.

The scientists have also prepared different wheels and landing a rover to practise move freely on the surface of the Moon.

The scientist also need to check the speed, slope, sliding conditions and the ability to walk on the surface of the Moon. 


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