21st Century Lunar Rovers on NASA 360!

We just uploaded our latest NASA 360 program that highlights cutting edge lunar rovers. 
You can download it at:
 https://www.nasa.gov/nasa360  
We traveled out to Moses Lake Washington for this program. Washington State may seem like a strange place to test lunar rovers, but thanks to the Mt St. Helens eruption, it is actually one of the best places on Earth.  Turns out that the ash from St Helens, mixed with the sand a Moses lake, mimics the regolith on the moon pretty well.  Check out the program and let us know what you think!
You can see pictures from this trip here:  http://community.webshots.com/user/NASA360

 Kevin

14 thoughts on “21st Century Lunar Rovers on NASA 360!”

  1. Two things.

    First, a quick edit, “Turns out that the ash from St. Helens, mixed with the sand at Moses lake, mimics the regolith on the moon pretty well.” Second, a remarkable new green machine designed by yours truly, I’m calling it the JP, it takes our need for wind or sun powered electric generators and replaces it with an infinite amount of green power. I have prototypes for the International Space Station, the Rover, space suits, Hubble, space cities for both the dark side and the light side of the moon and/or other, if you ever need to send a Hubble telescope to another galaxy and need power, the JP is your best bet. Take care and let me know if you can aid me in finding the perfect email to bring my new technology into space.

    Best Regards,
    Jorge Perez Perez
    Green Technology Engineer

  2. This isn’t really a comment, but a question. Does the “dark side of the moon” ever experience sunlight?

  3. First, a quick edit, “Turns out that the ash from St. Helens, mixed with the sand at Moses lake, mimics the regolith on the moon pretty well.” Second, a remarkable new green machine designed by yours truly, I m calling it the JP, it takes our need for wind or sun powered electric generators and replaces it with an infinite amount of green power. I have prototypes for the International Space Station, the Rover, space suits, Hubble, space cities for both the dark side and the light side of the moon and/or other, if you ever need to send a Hubble telescope to another galaxy and need power, the JP is your best bet. Take care and let me know if you can aid me in finding the perfect email to bring my new technology into space.

  4. It is realy great. I have one question – why don't you bild lunar riders on nuclear reactor? I read some , and I think it's posible.

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