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Q&A:: Łukasz Wilczyński

20.10.2020 20:00
Every year a few dozen teams from about 20 countries around the world sign up for The European Rover Challenge, an international competition of Mars rovers held annually in central-southern Poland, over a weekend. 

In the event, robot devices controlled by teams compete in carrying out tasks similar to those performed by rovers on the surface of Mars and the Moon. Its latest, sixth edition was held  in September. For the first time ever, due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the competition ran in a hybrid  mode. I talked to Łukasz Wilczyński, the president of the European Space Foundation who elaborates on how the organisers made the event persevere in a post-pandemic world.  

Presented by Michał Owczarek