Cyclone Space Mining competes in Hawaii; once again demonstrates it has built a strong robotic miner

There they were, at 10,000 feet on the remote and rugged slopes of the Mauna Kea volcano on the big island of Hawaii, running their robot through the same volcanic soil NASA uses to test space rovers. “This was otherworldly,” said Jim Heise, the faculty adviser for Cyclone Space Mining. Six teams of students from … Continue reading Cyclone Space Mining competes in Hawaii; once again demonstrates it has built a strong robotic miner