1. UK to send robot spider to the moon in first ever lunar mission  The Independent
  2. Britain's first moon rover is a tiny four-legged robot that will launch into space by 2021  CNBC
  3. Plans for UK's first moon rover announced at New Scientist Live  New Scientist News
  4. British space entrepreneur will send a tiny walking robot to the Moon in 2021  Daily Mail
  5. British start-up Spacebit will send rover to the moon  The Times
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The UK’s first ever moon rover will head to the lunar surface in 2021. The tiny robotic lunar lander – the smallest ever made – has legs instead of wheels and resembles a spider. It will walk over the moon’s surface with the aim of informing future human missions. If successful, the UK will become only the fourth ever country to put a rover on the moon, after the US, RussiaThe UK’s first ever moon rover will head to the lunar surface in 2021. The tiny robotic lunar lander – the smallest ever made – has legs instead of wheels and resembles a spider. It will walk over

UK to send robot spider to the moon in first ever lunar mission | The Independent

A UK-based space start-up is planning to send the smallest rover ever to the moon in 2021, and it will walk around on legs instead of rolling on wheelsA UK-based space start-up is planning to send the smallest rover ever to the moon in 2021, and it will walk around on legs instead of rolling on wheels

Plans for UK's first moon rover announced at New Scientist Live | New Scientist

Cambridge graduate Pavlo Tanasyuk, the CEO and founder of British company SpaceBit, will send a tiny four-legged space rover weighing just 3lbs (1.5kg) to the moon in a NASA-funded mission.Cambridge graduate Pavlo Tanasyuk, the CEO and founder of British company SpaceBit, will send a tiny four-legged space rover weighing just 3lbs (1.5kg) to the moon in a NASA-funded mission.

British space entrepreneur will send a tiny walking robot to the Moon in 2021 | Daily Mail Online

Experts suspect the material may be glass created during a meteorite impactExperts suspect the material may be glass created during a meteorite impact

China Claims Lunar Rover Found a Gel-Like Substance on the Moon | Smart News | Smithsonian

Chinese lunar rover Yutu-2 has rolled over a strange mystery on the far side of the Moon. At the bottom of a small, recent impact crater, the rover found a shiny unknown substance the Chinese space agency described as a "gel with a mysterious lustrChinese lunar rover Yutu-2 has rolled over a strange mystery on the far side of the Moon. At the bottom of a small, recent impact crater, the rover found a shiny unknown substance the Chinese space agency described as a "gel with a mysterious lustre"

China's Lunar Rover Finds a 'Gel-Like' Substance on The Far Side of The Moon

A small robotic rover capable of taking selfies could soon take its first steps on the surface of the moon in a giant leap for Britain’s space industry.Spacebit, a British start-up focused on the “lunar economy”, plans to send the rover, which will have legs rather than wheels, to the moon in 2021.A small robotic rover capable of taking selfies could soon take its first steps on the surface of the moon in a giant leap for Britain’s space industry. Spacebit, a British start-up focused on the...

British start-up Spacebit will send rover to the moon | News | The Times

The UK's first ever moon rover will launch into space in 2021 in a bid to unlock the secrets of the lunar surface.The UK's first ever moon rover will launch into space in 2021 in a bid to unlock the secrets of the lunar surface.

UK to send 'walking' spider robot to the moon in its first lunar rover mission

Four legs will enable the robot to explore parts of the moon other landers cannot reach.Four legs will enable the robot to explore parts of the moon other landers cannot reach.

SpaceBit moon rover set to land on lunar surface in 2021 | UK News | Sky News

Well they're saying it's a lunar lander but it looks a bit "£99 at Argos, batteries extra" to us.Well they're saying it's a lunar lander but it looks a bit "£99 at Argos, batteries extra" to us.

Britain's Sending a Toy to the Moon | Gizmodo UK

The U.K. is sending a four-legged robot, developed by British start-up Spacebit, to the moon, in what will be a first for the country.The tiny bot is expected to launch from U.S. soil in 2021.