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When rover mission planners are laying out the path for their rover, they use a combination of stereo images and statistical and geological data in order to plot a course

When rover mission planners are laying out the path for their rover, they use a combination of stereo images and statistical and geological data in order to plot a course for the vehicle to follow for its mission. However, there is a lack of detailed images of the lunar surface that indicate the specific presence of hazards, such as craters, and the creation of such crater maps is time-consuming. There is also little known about how varying lighting conditions caused by the changing solar incidence angle affects perception as well.

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  • 2021-05
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