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Title: A Prototype Manipulation System for Mars Rover Science Operations
Authors: Volpe, R.
Ohm, T.
Petras, R.
Welch, R.
Ivlev, R.
Issue Date: 8-Sep-1997
Citation: Grenoble, France
Abstract: This paper provides an overview of a new manipulation system developed for sampling and instrument placement from small autonomous mobile robots for Mars exploration. Selected out of the design space, two manipulators have been constructed and integrated into the Rocky 7 Mars rover prototype. This paper describes objectives and constraints for these manipulators, and presents the finished system and some results from its operation.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/21792
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