File:Mars design reference mission 3.jpg

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English: Remote surface exploration in regions around the habitat complex is accomplished by using pressurized rovers. These vehicles would allow the crew to explore beyond the range permitted by their space suits while allowing them to operate in a shirtsleeve environment. Artist concept.


La exploración remota de la superficie en regiones alrededor del complejo habitable, se llevaría a cabo mediante el uso de vehículos de exploración presurizados. Estos vehículos, les permitiría a la tripulación explorar más allá de lo permitido por sus trajes espaciales, al mismo tiempo, permitiéndoles operar en un entorno mucho más fácil. Concepto artístico.
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