Lunokhod 2

Lunokhod 2
"Moon walker" Lunokhod-2 (russ. Луноход-2) was the last of two unmanned lunar rovers that the Soviet Union sent to the Moon in 1973. During a period of 4 months the rover covered 37 kilometers of terrain sending back 86 panoramic images as well as 80.000 TV pictures. This data together with other analyses was used to research the Moon environment but also improve radio and laser connections along with data transmission.

Vostok Europe's Lunokhod-2 line is just as complex and outstanding as the real moon rover half a decade ago. Precise processing of the single components allows the carrier to rise into new heights but also professionally dive in waters. The built in automatic Helium valve and vertically alligned Tritium tubes make the watch ready for the next extreme goal.
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