‘Power tower’ rover to land on the moon by 2025

A “charger” rover that could supply power to robots exploring shaded craters on the moon’s south pole will join expanding lunar infrastructure by 2025.

The world’s space agencies have grand plans for the exploration of the moon Performed by robots and humans alike. By the end of this decade, a space station will orbit Earth’s natural satellite and a permanent base station near the moon’s south pole will be built shortly thereafter, if all goes according to plan


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