Puli is field testing their robotic spacecraft at PISCES, the Pacific International Space Center for Exploration Systems on Hawai’i.

Team Puli is making their first public appearance at the `Imiloa Astronomy Center, and now you can see their robot in action! The community will even have an opportunity to test drive it.

WHO: PISCES & Team Puli
WHERE: Imiloa – Front Lawn
DATE: FRIDAY DEC 6
TIME: 9a – 12:30p

The Pacific International Space Center for Exploration Systems, or PISCES, is hosting Google Lunar X Prize Team Puli. They hope to successfully launch and land a robotic spacecraft on the Moon and drive it 5000 meters while transmitting HD images and video back to Earth.

In preparation for their shot at the Moon, Team Puli will test their rover at our site on the Big Island. PISCES and Team Puli are eager to share their journey with the community, so during their stay, they will be making themselves available to the public, starting with this outreach event at Imiloa.

LINKS:
TEAM PULI
GLXP
PISCES
`IMILOA

Posted by: Soderman/SSERVI Staff
Source: PACIFIC INTERNATIONAL SPACE CENTER FOR EXPLORATION SYSTEMS

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