Vice President and Director of Exploration Technology, Honeybee Robotics
If there’s life on Mars, it’s probably deep beneath the surface. That’s just one reason we need a tool like Planetary Deep Drill on the red planet and other mysterious worlds around our solar system. Honeybee Robotics’ Kris Zacny introduces us to the innovative prototype. Emily Lakdawalla reports from Darmstadt, Germany where the European Space Agency was preparing for the first ever landing on a comet. Bill Nye talks about the otherworldly elements of his new book, “Undeniable.” iTelescope.net is the worldwide network of telescopes that anyone can use to image the universe. You might win a $200 account on this week’s What’s Up with Bruce Betts and Mat Kaplan.
Kris Zacny and Mat Kaplan with the Planetary Deep Drill
Honeybee Robotics’ Kris Zacny and Mat Kaplan with a section of Planetary Deep Drill.