Mars Rover debunked! Rovers have not motor!

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Mars Rover debunked! Rovers have not motor!
« on: July 16, 2020, 04:27:57 AM »
The drawing of this mars rover, curiosity:



And this one is lunar rover:



As we can easily see, the engine is not planned here.

Let's take a look at the motion system of rover curiosity from wikipedia:

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Mobility systems: Curiosity is equipped with six 50 cm (20 in) diameter wheels in a rocker-bogie suspension. The suspension system also served as landing gear for the vehicle, unlike its smaller predecessors.[49][50] Each wheel has cleats and is independently actuated and geared, providing for climbing in soft sand and scrambling over rocks. Each front and rear wheel can be independently steered, allowing the vehicle to turn in place as well as execute arcing turns.[33] Each wheel has a pattern that helps it maintain traction but also leaves patterned tracks in the sandy surface of Mars. That pattern is used by on-board cameras to estimate the distance traveled. The pattern itself is Morse code for "JPL" (--- -- -).[51] The rover is capable of climbing sand dunes with slopes up to 12.5.[52] Based on the center of mass, the vehicle can withstand a tilt of at least 50 in any direction without overturning, but automatic sensors limit the rover from exceeding 30 tilts.[33] After six years of use, the wheels are visibly worn with punctures and tears.[53]
Curiosity can roll over obstacles approaching 65 cm (26 in) in height,[54] and it has a ground clearance of 60 cm (24 in).[55] Based on variables including power levels, terrain difficulty, slippage and visibility, the maximum terrain-traverse speed is estimated to be 200 m (660 ft) per day by automatic navigation.[54] The rover landed about 10 km (6.2 mi) from the base of Mount Sharp,[56] (officially named Aeolis Mons) and it is expected to traverse a minimum of 19 km (12 mi) during its primary two-year mission.[57] It can travel up to 90 m (300 ft) per hour but average speed is about 30 m (98 ft) per hour.[57] The vehicle is 'driven' by several operators led by Vandi Verma, group leader of Autonomous Systems, Mobility and Robotic Systems at JPL,[58][59] who also cowrote the PLEXIL language used to operate the rover.[60][61][62] Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Curiosity_(rover)

As we see in the descriptions and drawings here, there is no reference to the engine.

This is a simple car with an electricity motor:



As we can see, normally electric vehicles have engines. Because, as we know, an engine is required to convert potential energy into motion energy.

While preparing these rovers, Nasa did not need the engine, electrical energy magically transformed into motion energy on the wheels. High magic technology. Or, Which of you forgot to put an engine in the car? No panic! There are magicians around!



Published HERE

My opinion on this subject is that they have ignored it altogether, since it is impossible for an engine to work in an airless environment. Of course, the problems of the engine cooling down in an airless environment and oil leaking in a vacuum environment cannot be overcome. I mean, if you don't scratch the engine, nobody will question it. You're so weak, NASA, do you want know-how?  ^-^


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Re: Mars Rover debunked! Rovers have not motor!
« Reply #1 on: July 16, 2020, 11:43:14 PM »
[Continuation of the above post]

Of course, the absence of engines in Mars Rover is a tragedy. But still, globalists are producing new lies to support this bold-faced lie. Of course there are many pathetic excuses but I want to mention the most important ones.

No! It's hahaha, big fail Wise and Shifter!
Curiosity Rover was driven by electric motors (heard of them ;D?) powered by a plutonium Radioisotope Thermoelectric Generator.
As we can see, the engine, which is not found in the above drawing, is also not in this excuse too. Technically speaking, it is not the engine, but the "Radioisotope Thermoelectric Generator" which is the power source of these engines. So this produces electricity, not torque. Having an energy producing engine means having a motor meanwhile according to the most prominent angry globalist here.

The main source of NASA in this regard is a technical statement written in 2014 and talks about a project will start in 2011. Hahaha! Hahaha!

https://trs.jpl.nasa.gov/bitstream/handle/2014/45130/10-2485_A1b.pdf

Look at the link. It belongs to 2014 and talks about a project will start in 2011. And this date, I mean, even 2014 is probably not true either. Maybe it was produced right after I wrote this article and the date of 2014 was given in order to give the impression of being old. It still has not been true. It had to be 2011 or older. They made a hash of lies once again.

From here we can clearly see how technically weak NASA is and only an organization that produces some imaginational data. You cannot make technical calculations  at 2014 for a vehicle you will send to Mars in 2011. Of course, if you are not traveling in time. Ahahaha! Maybe NASA discovered the time travel. :) Now after this second debunk, I am sure they will write a new article and make their date in older than 2011. Ahahaha. Lie production Agency.

Epic fail, NASA! Check mate! Naturlich!
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Re: Mars Rover debunked! Rovers have not motor!
« Reply #2 on: July 18, 2020, 06:27:18 AM »
[Continuation of the above post]

Globalists continue to make up funny scenarios.  ;D

Yeah, each wheel has its own little motor.  Not sure what else ya need.  This allows each wheel to move independantly of the others at different speeds while using minimal energy.  This is ideal for driving in unpredictable terrain.
Ahahaha! Hahahaha! Hahahaha! I am sure every sane people can get how funny and stupid theory is this. Ahahaha! I am still laughting it. Hahahah! How! How is it possible?
What? Are you mocking? This is one of the funniest theory I've ever heard. There are separate engines in four wheels. Wow! Thus, when you press the accelerator, all four engines react exactly simultaneusly and the vehicle will not be knocked anywhere, nor crashed!

Have you ever tried this method in the world to see what happens if a vehicle has four motors in four wheels? Ahahahaha! I will carry this to the believers subforum as how funny a globularist can be when trying to defend a lie.  ;D
It is technically difficult to install such a system both inside the wheel, because rotating parts have oil and cooling problems. Also, since it is impossible for all four motors in 4 wheels to work in full coordination, it will definitely fail after a short run. If such a system could be made, it would definitely be tried in the world.

This system went to Mars in 2011 (technical calculations were made 3 years later in 2014. Anyway). We still do not have such technology today.


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