2009 Regolith Excavation Challenge Has Three Winners

Digging Teams Claim Victory in NASA Regolith Competition

"Nineteen teams pushed their robotic competitors to the limit and three teams claimed a total of $750,000 in NASA prizes for their hard work and innovation at this year's Regolith Excavation Challenge held at NASA's Ames Research Center on Moffett Field. After two days of intense competitive drama, organizers conferred Paul's Robotics of Worcester, MA, with the first place title, second went to Terra Engineering of Gardena, CA, and Team Braundo of Rancho Palos Verde, CA, took home third."

NASA 2009 Regolith Excavation Challenge Kicks Off

NASA 2009 Regolith Excavation Games Continue Into Second Day

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