Extreme Access

The Extreme Access focus area will expand technology enabling humans and robotic systems to efficiently access, navigate, and explore previously inaccessible lunar surface and subsurface areas. To accomplish this goal, they will consider the needs of robust and sustained surface activities (such as the bulk transport of regolith), ingress, exploration, and egress ofsubsurface voids, hazard detection in all lunar environments and conditions, as well as communicating and navigating with minimal infrastructure and autonomous operations.

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July 2020 Telecon: Presentation | Notes | Recording

Kickoff Telecon: Presentation | Notes | Recording

The kickoff telecon for the Extreme Access Focus Group was held on Thursday, June 18.

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