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Since the Mars Rover mission, Nasa Tech Briefs has had pictures of several other Mars robot designs. The "Rocky" series comes to mind.
It seems like they are sticking with the basic "Sojourner" design. I'd like to read a comparison of the different designs, and find out why they chose to stick with this design.
Of course, the fact that it was very successful may have had something to do with it...
I hope NASA licenses Fido to Mattel or Tonka, so I can put a little Fido toy next to my Sojourner.
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