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More than dozens of bunny suits engineers integrated the legs and ripples on June 13 into the clean room of the spacecraft assembly slab at JPL, marking another milestone in the building.
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The current wheels, which are 52.5 centimeters in diameter and are supplied with pins or tricots that do not provide traction, are engineer models that are replaced by flight models, JPL said the year.
Every wheel has its own engine. The two cycle tracks and the two rear wheels also have individual steering motors that make it possible to rotate 360 degrees.
March 2020 will be launched in July 2020 from the Kapav Canaveral Air Force Station in Floarida. It is planned to paste 18 February 2021 into Jezero's crater.