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Koreans designed the easiest lunar rover in the world
The Korean Institute of Science and Technology is a lunar rover capable of searching for rare minerals on the surface of the moon
Korean Lunokhod at 100 kg lighter than its Chinese Jade Rabbit, sent to the moon in 2013 year, and 880 kg less than the pioneer of the American Curiosity Mars.
It is 70 centimeters long, 50 centimeters wide, and 25 centimeters high. In 2020, the device is to be sent to the moon by a South Korean rocket.
The expected cost of the project is 7,6 billion won.