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K10 Robots
09.13.07
 
 
K10 Black Rover K10 Rover "Black" driving on Drill Hill at Haughton Crater Devon Island, Nunavut, in the Canadian high arctic.
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K10 Black Rover K10 Rover "Black" operating with ground-penetrating radar at Haughton Crater Devon Island, Nunavut, in the Canadian high arctic.
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K10 Red Rover K10 Rover "Red" base camp at Haughton Crater Devon Island, Nunavut, in the Canadian high arctic. Haughton Crater lies in the "frost rubble zone" of the Earth, i.e., in a polar desert environment and is the only crater known to lie in such an environment.
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K10 Red Rover Another view of the K10 Rover "Red" at Haughton Crater base camp.
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K10 Rovers K10 Rover "Black" and K10 Rover "Red" conducting systematic site survey at Haughton Crater Devon Island, Nunavut.
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K10 Red Rover K10 Rover "Red" descending Drill Hill toward base camp at Haughton Crater Devon Island, Nunavut.
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