Our robotic rovers are the first ever of their kind.
- Commercial Rover
- Lunar Rover
- In development
- First launch
Separate website does not exists anymore, but funding announcement is very recent. Office in Luxembourg seems to not have happened.
CubeRover, an ultralight, rechargeable planetary rover developed by Astrobotic, has been awarded a $2 million NASA Tipping Point contract in Nov 2019. The rover, roughly the size of a shoebox and weighing in at under five pounds, can carry its own payloads or team up with other CubeRovers as “scouts” for larger rovers and landers. The Tipping Point award will provide the final push to bring the CubeRover product line to market. The first CubeRover will fly to the Moon aboard the Peregrine lunar lander on Astrobotic’s flagship mission in 2021, set to be the first by an American-built lander since Apollo.
CubeRover and Luxembourg announced in September 2018 the agreement for the development of next-generation planetary rovers in Luxembourg. The new headquarters in Luxembourg will be a hub for planetary rover design, manufacture, and assembly, as well as a one-stop shop for customers around the world to begin their planetary rover exploration programs.