NASA needs a new moon car for astronauts at the lunar south pole

The search for the next-gen buggy for the upcoming Artemis moon missions has begun.

While the previous lunar vehicles, used during the 1970s Apollo missions, were designed for the relatively balmy climate of the moon’s equatorial region (or slightly north of there), NASA’s Artemis missions are planned for the lunar south pole, where conditions are expected to be much harsher.

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