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Rove the most intriguing moons

Donald Lynn

November 26, 2012

I want to see rovers on the most intriguing of the large moons in our solar system. At the head of this list I put Europa, Titan, and Triton. After this we need to explore some of the smaller moons, like Miranda, Enceladus and Iapetus. But with their lower gravity and likely strange surfaces, these are going to require a new generation of rovers.


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