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German students win prestigious Mars rover competition in Poland

14.09.2020 16:22
The European Rover Challenge, an international competition of Mars rovers was held in Kielce, central-southern Poland, over the weekend.
A rover at Polands European Rover Challenge
A rover at Poland's European Rover Challenge Source PAP/Piotr Polak

Dozens of student teams from more than 15 countries signed up for the 6th edition of one of the world's largest events of its kind.

First place was won by students from the Technical University of Braunschweig in Germany.

Robot devices competed in carrying out tasks similar to those performed by rovers on the surface of Mars and the Moon.

Amid the coronavirus pandemic, they were controlled remotely by teams from their home universities.

Michał Owczarek talks to Łukasz Wilczyński, president of the European Space Foundation, to find out what sort of a logistic challenge that presented for the organisers.