New NASA Mars Rover For Educational Use Revealed at The Kennedy Space Center

New NASA Mars Rover For Educational Use Revealed at The Kennedy Space Center

For months, NASA has worked with a concept car company and a TV network to design and build a Mars Rover. The unnamed vehicle was built for Kennedy Space Center and debuted in early May. Though it’s a demonstration vehicle for Educational Use, it was designed to be as realistic as possible.
Since late 2016, NASA‘s Kennedy Space Center, an unnamed cable television network, and a company that builds concept vehicles have been quietly collaborating to build a full-size Mars Rover.
Video and images of the completed vehicle started appearing on social media sites on May 9, following an official unveiling of the unnamed Rover in Florida that day.
One clip shared on Instagram shows the Rover, which resembles the Batmobile from the movie “Batman Begins,” slowly idling around a road in front of the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex
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New NASA Mars Rover For Educational Use Revealed at The Kennedy Space Center

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