Lunar Zebro, the student-driven project of the TU Delft, is attending the IAC in Paris this month, to showcase not only their first space-grade Moon rover but also to demonstrate several terrestrial rovers in operation.
The team, established in 2017, has made significant strides towards developing their small six-legged rover and getting it space-ready. Their latest engineering model, the first built to space-grade requirements, has been assembled throughout this summer and will subsequently undergo testing at Royal NLR. Visitors of the IAC will have the opportunity to see the model at the NLSpace pavilion and talk to the management of the team about the collaboration possibilities with the project.
For visitors looking to see the Zebro rovers in action, the team will also have a demonstration area within the exhibition, where several terrestrial rovers will be walking and searching for objects. At this booth, the engineers behind the Moon rover and its future swarming capabilities will be happy to answer any questions!