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Exploration Imagery
2007-05-24 0:0:0
 
Description JSC2004-00455 (October 2004) --- Dean Eppler, equipped with a Mark-III suit, works at the rear of a science trailer, which is pulled by an electric tractor. The activity was part of a NASA-led effort using the rugged terrain and variegated climate of Arizona desert land to try out prototype spacesuits and innovative equipment that may help America pursue the Vision for Space Exploration to return the Moon and travel beyond. Geology tools, used throughout the test/demonstration, are on the front of the trailer. The Desert Research and Technology Studies (RATS) team is led by scientists from the Johnson Space Center and the Glenn Research Center. Eppler spent a number of long sessions attired in the planetary surface exploration suit technology demonstrator as he interfaced with much of the gear used during the field trip.
Exploration Imagery
2007-05-24 0:0:0
 
Description JSC2004-E-43624 (October 2004) --- Dean Eppler, equipped with a Mark-III suit, takes a stroll in Arizona's high desert as part of a NASA-led team using the rugged terrain and variegated climate to try out prototype spacesuits and innovative equipment that may help America pursue the Vision for Space Exploration to return the Moon and travel beyond. The Desert Research and Technology Studies (RATS) team is led by scientists from the Johnson Space Center and the Glenn Research Center. Eppler spent a number of long sessions attired in the planetary surface exploration suit technology demonstrator as he interfaced with much of the gear used during the field trip.
Exploration Imagery
2007-05-24 0:0:0
 
Description JSC2004-E-43529 (October 2004) --- Dean Eppler, equipped with a Mark-III suit, pauses at the rear of a science trailer as part of a NASA-led effort using the rugged terrain and variegated climate of Arizona desert land to try out prototype spacesuits and innovative equipment that may help America pursue the Vision for Space Exploration to return the Moon and travel beyond. Geology tools, used throughout the test/demonstration, are on the front of the trailer. The Desert Research and Technology Studies (RATS) team is led by scientists from the Johnson Space Center and the Glenn Research Center. Eppler spent a number of long sessions attired in the planetary surface exploration suit technology demonstrator as he interfaced with much of the gear used during the field trip.
Exploration Imagery
2007-05-24 0:0:0
 
Description JSC2004-E-43474 (October 2004) --- Kevin Groneman, the lead technician in the Advanced EVA Technology Development Lab, drives an electric tractor as part of a NASA-led effort using the rugged terrain and variegated climate of Arizona desert land to try out prototype spacesuits and innovative equipment that may help America pursue the Vision for Space Exploration to return the Moon and travel beyond. Groneman wears an I-suit. The Desert Research and Technology Studies (RATS) team is led by scientists from the Johnson Space Center and the Glenn Research Center.
Exploration Imagery
2007-05-24 0:0:0
 
Description JSC2004-E-43618 (October 2004) --- Dean Eppler, equipped with a Mark-III suit, operates the controls for a robot named Matilda as part of a NASA-led effort using the rugged terrain and variegated climate of Arizona desert land to try out prototype spacesuits and innovative equipment that may help America pursue the Vision for Space Exploration to return the Moon and travel beyond. The Desert Research and Technology Studies (RATS) team is led by scientists from the Johnson Space Center and the Glenn Research Center. Eppler spent a number of long sessions attired in the planetary surface exploration suit technology demonstrator as he interfaced with much of the gear used during the field trip.
Exploration Imagery
2007-05-24 0:0:0
 
Description JSC2004-E-49595 (October 2004) --- Jeff Graham (right) and Nathan Howard (NASA), the Desert Research and Technology Studies (RATS) team's Mechanical Engineer, discuss braking issues regarding the nearby robot named Boudreaux during a field trip to the high desert of Arizona. Graham, who has a strong Louisiana background (he calls Baton Rouge his hometown and he attended Louisiana State University), named the robot, one of a number of pieces of hardware tested by the group. The activity was part of a NASA-led effort using the rugged terrain and variegated climate of Arizona desert land to try out prototype spacesuits and innovative equipment that may help America pursue the Vision for Space Exploration to return the Moon and travel beyond. The team is led by scientists from the Johnson Space Center and the Glenn Research Center.
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