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New robot bounces, could replace rovers on NASA missions

Researchers eye unique robots for missions a decade and more into the future

  • This prototype tensegrity robot developed by UC Berkeley can bounce, roll around by adjusting tension on cables.

  • This prototype tensegrity robot developed by UC Berkeley can bounce, roll around by adjusting tension on cables.

  • This prototype tensegrity robot developed by UC Berkeley can bounce, roll around by adjusting tension on cables.

  • This prototype tensegrity robot developed by UC Berkeley can bounce, roll around by adjusting tension on cables.

  • This prototype tensegrity robot developed by UC Berkeley can bounce, roll around by adjusting tension on cables.

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