Testing a rover after launching at ARLISS 2015. In the official trial, the rover became tangled in its parachute. The team untangled it and let it continue toward the target. It drove 0.5 miles in about 20 minutes before stopping.
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The second UL Lafayette launch and subsequent chase at ARLISS 2015.
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The first UL Lafayette launch and subsequent chase at ARLISS 2015.
Testing on the first day we were on the playa. The rover needed some tuning and adjustments for the desert terrain.
Videos from the UL Lafayette ARLISS (A Rocket Launch for International Student Satellites) team and trips to the ARLISS competition on the Black Rock Desert in Nevada.
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