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Rashid Rover

Company Name: Mohammed bin Rashid Space Centre (MBRSC), UAE

Potentially available for future missions 

Planned Mission(s): ispace Mission 1

First Mission Launch: December 11, 2022

Payload Delivery Locations: First mission planned to land at the Atlas Crater, 47.5°N and 44.4°E

First Mission Lander: HAKUTO-R Lander 

Rover Mass: 10 kg with Payload

Rover Dimensions: 53.5 X 53.85 cm 

Payload Bay - Available Mass: No external payload 

Payload Bay - Size: No external payload 

Power Source Type: Solar panels

Expected Working Duration: Flight duration is a Maximum of 4 months & The duration of nominal surface operations is 12 sunlit days  

First Mission Rover Manifest: 

The rover will be equipped with two high-resolution cameras, a microscopic camera to capture small details, and a thermal imaging camera. It will also carry a Langmuir probe, designed to study the Moon's plasma.

Last Updated on February 2023

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