PHASR (Concept A) - Precursor to Human and Scientific Rover
The PHASR (Precursor to Human and Scientific Rover) is a concept lunar rover. It was developed to collect samples from the Moon, acquire science measurements, and demonstrate tasks like long-distance travel and night survival.
|Size (Length, width, height)||2.2 m x 1.5 m x 2 m (without mast option installed)|
|Speed||2.5 km/h at top speed|
|Powered by||Solar arrays|
- Can be controlled remotely by operators, or drive autonomously
- Capable of travelling up to a maximum of 2,000 km during its lifespan
- Includes 80 kg of equipment, including an arm, a sample container and science instruments
CTA-BRP, Maya HTT, NGC Aerospace, Mission Control Space Services, SEED Interactive.
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