I excavated this photo of an interesting US moon rover concept from a 1962 Hungarian science journal. I have not seen this prototype before, and sadly there is only a little info about it.
NASA Engineers put on a show for fans last week, hooning two brand-new Lunar Electric Rovers in public. The Rover's 12 pivoting wheels allow it to drive "crab-style." That's NASA speak for sideways.
Amidst all the hullabaloo covering the new Presidential limo earlier this week, we managed to miss the live unveiling of NASA's latest two-man, pressurized, tweel-equipped, all-electric moon rover called the Lunar Electric Rover.
When you find yourself deep in the Sea of Tranquility doing deep-crust mass-spectroscopy analysis and traveling from the lunar north pole to the south, wouldn't it be nice if you had some decent viewing portals? An Armani Exchange-decorated lunar rover would be just the ticket, but where to get one? Why, from…