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Lunar Rover Simulation Engineer
At NASA Ames Research Center in Silicon Valley, we are designing a Lunar prospecting mission to search for water ice in a polar region of the Moon.
Join the team planning the first robotic polar Lunar surface exploration! This position is for a full-time robotics simulation engineer to develop software for the NASA VIPER Lunar Rover: https://www.nasa.gov/feature/new-viper-lunar-rover-to-map-water-ice-on-the-moon
The VIPER project is creating a high fidelity Lunar simulation to support development of the flight software and mission operations training. This Gazebo/ROS2 based simulation environment interfaces with virtually every aspect of the mission, and we need people with a broad range of technical expertise to help pull it all together. If you are a software developer with a simulation, robotics, or graphics background, join us in this groundbreaking endeavor. You can learn more about our simulator in this paper:
Must be US Citizen or Permanent Resident
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