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LASSIE Project: Teaching Robot Dogs to Navigate Moon Craters

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Robots are going to do most of our space exploration in the future. The LASSIE project involving USC, UPenn, Texas A&M, Oregon State, Georgia Tech, Temple University, and NASA Johnson Space Center is all about teaching robot dogs how to navigate craters on the moon. These robots can feel the terrain with their leg and adjust their movement as needed.

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LASSIE stands for Legged Autonomous Surface Science in Analogue Environments. The aim is to develop robots that can adapt to unexpected scenarios, which inevitably happen on the surface of other planets and moons.

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