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With NASA’s upcoming Artemis missions, it would make sense to install a high-speed internet network of sorts on the Moon for astronauts to use, and that’s where the Nokia Luna Net comes in. It consists of the main unit, lander, and three smaller nodes. When fully deployed the main unit as well as smaller nodes form a mesh communication network fully autonomously, powered by thermo-generators capable of generating electricity in extreme temperatures. Read more for two videos, additional pictures and information.
For researchers, the system comes equipped with VR cameras and LiDAR sensors used to generate 3D topography maps with high detail as well as depth. Plus, a 360° camera and screen lets those on Earth receive live images/data from the lunar surface. During transportation, the lunar and the three nodes are assembled and mounted onto a transport rocket.
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