NASA’s Robot Helps Extract Water From The Moon

NASA’s Robot Helps Extract Water From The Moon
technology

RASSOR is a multi-purpose transportation device that can mine for resources.

Yi Chen
  • 1 february 2013


NASA has created a robot that could perhaps help mankind colonize the moon one day. The Regolith Advanced Surface Systems Operations Robot (or, RASSOR for short) is a high-tech mechanism that can dig up lunar rocks, and soil, before transferring the minerals to a processing unit for automatic water, ice, and fuel extraction.

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