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Carnegie Mellon University: NASA Selects Carnegie Mellon to Develop Lunar Pit Exploration Technology
June 18, 2019
PITTSBURGH, Pennsylvania, June 18 -- Carnegie Mellon University issued the following news:

By Byron Spice

NASA has approved a $2 million research initiative for Carnegie Mellon University roboticists to develop technologies necessary for robotic exploration of pits on the moon -- the lunar equivalent of sinkholes -- which might provide access to shelter and resources that could sustain future lunar missions.

William "Red" Whittaker, professor in C . . .

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