Low-Latency Lunar Surface Telerobotics from Earth-Moon Libration Points

@inproceedings{Lester2011LowLatencyLS,
  title={Low-Latency Lunar Surface Telerobotics from Earth-Moon Libration Points},
  author={Daniel Lester and Harley A. Thronson},
  year={2011}
}
Concepts for a long-duration habitat at Earth-Moon LI or L2 have been advanced for a number of purposes. We propose here that such a facility could also have an important role for low-latency telerobotic control of lunar surface equipment, both for lunar science and development. With distances of about 60,000 km from the lunar surface, such sites offer light-time limited two-way control latencies of order 400 ms, making telerobotic control for those sites close to real time as perceived by a… CONTINUE READING

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