Check out the pilot for our Wevolver Digest series. In this series we will create short informative digests about popular engineering topics, enabling you to stay up to date. Ole Müller, engineer at ETH Zurich, walks us through what's happening in fields such as autonomous vehicles, additive manufacturing, and robotics.
This week we're diving into what the developments are in space tech. We take a look at the Perseverence landing, the MiTEE project which is a CubeSat as proof of concept for an electrodynamic tether in a space environment. Next to that we discuss SCALPSS, which consists of small cameras, each about the size of a computer mouse, to figure out what happens underneath a lunar lander when it lands on the moonfuture lunar and Mars vehicle designs. This and more in the new Wevolver Digest.
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