CMU students ready to make history with moon rover

It’s not rocket science; they’re leaving that to others.

This is a challenge of a different sort: make a moon rover small enough and light enough to go into space aboard Astrobotic Technology’s Peregrine lander — yet tough enough to withstand the rigors of landing on the moon.

Now, the Carnegie Mellon University students are done and Iris is ready to go up.

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