Speaking to an audience in Taipei Sunday, Yen Jeng, the only Taiwanese on Curiosity's "driver team," talked about what it is like to drive NASA's $2.5 billion rover. Referring to himself as a "taxi driver," Yen told the audience that he and his colleagues spend approximately 10 hours each day preparing for Curiosity's next move before transmitting their instructions to the rover... To continue reading, subscribe to The Space Reporter today.
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