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Home A.J. Nick, with Kennedy Space Center’s Exploration Research and Technology programs, checks the Astrobotic CubeRover during its test run in the regolith bin at Kennedy on Dec. 10, 2020. (NASA/Kim Shiflett) A.J. Nick, with Kennedy Space Center’s Exploration Research and Technology programs, checks the Astrobotic CubeRover during its test run in the regolith bin at Kennedy on Dec. 10, 2020. (NASA/Kim Shiflett)

A.J. Nick, with Kennedy Space Center’s Exploration Research and Technology programs, checks the Astrobotic CubeRover during its test run in the regolith bin at Kennedy on Dec. 10, 2020. (NASA/Kim Shiflett)

A.J. Nick, with Kennedy Space Center’s Exploration Research and Technology programs, checks the Astrobotic CubeRover during its test run in the regolith bin at Kennedy on Dec. 10, 2020. (NASA/Kim Shiflett)

A.J. Nick, with Kennedy Space Center’s Exploration Research and Technology programs, checks the Astrobotic CubeRover during its test run in the regolith bin at Kennedy on Dec. 10, 2020. (NASA/Kim Shiflett)

Astrobotic CubeRover
The Astrobotic CubeRover traverses the terrain in the Granular Mechanics and Regolith Operations Laboratory regolith bin on Dec. 10, 2020. Also in the bin is NASA’s Regolith Advanced Surface Systems Operations Robot (RASSOR), a robotic platform designed to dig on the Moon. The regolith bin simulates the Moon’s surface. (NASA/Kim Shiflett)