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Mobile Lunar Base

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"Habot" Robotic Habitat. Lunar bases that can travel on wheels, or even legs, will increase landing zone safety, provide equipment redundancy and improve the odds of making key discoveries by enabling crews to visit many lunar sites, according to Marc Cohen, a space architect at NASA's Ames Research Center, located in California's Silicon Valley. Cohen presented his paper at the 2004 American Institute of Physics Forum in Albuquerque, N.M.

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+ NASA Researchers Consider Mobile Lunar Base Concepts

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