Students outpace NASA with Moon rover launch

Students from Carnegie Mellon University prepare for a groundbreaking mission by sending the Iris rover and MoonArk sculpture to the moon.

A team of ambitious students from Carnegie Mellon University is on the brink of achieving an extraordinary milestone in space exploration: launching a rover to the moon before the United States’ space agency, NASA. The innovative Iris rover, accompanied by a thought-provoking art project called MoonArk, is set to blast off on May 4th, heralding a new era in lunar research.

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