Coordination and Control of Multiple Climbing Robots in Transport of Heavy Loads through Extreme Terrain

@article{Kalita2018CoordinationAC,
  title={Coordination and Control of Multiple Climbing Robots in Transport of Heavy Loads through Extreme Terrain},
  author={H. Kalita and Steven Morad and J. Thangavelautham},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2018},
  volume={abs/1812.11452}
}
The discovery of ice deposits in the permanently shadowed craters of the lunar North and South Pole Moon presents an important opportunity for In-Situ Resource Utilization. These ice deposits maybe the source for sustaining a lunar base or for enabling an interplanetary refueling station. These ice deposits also preserve a unique record of the geology and environment of their hosts, both in terms of impact history and the supply of volatile compounds, and so are of immense scientific interest… Expand

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