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DANTE II PERFORMS FIRST ROBOTIC OBSERVATIONS INSIDE THE CRATER OF AN ACTIVE VOLCANO, BUT A MALFUNCTION AND FOUL WEATHER LEAVE THE ROBOT STRANDED NEAR THE TOP OF MOUNT SPURR IN ALASKA
Unknown, 1994, Dante II performs first robotic observations inside the crater of an active volcano, but a malfunction and foul weather leave the robot stranded near the top of Mount Spurr in Alaska: Chemical and Engineering News, v. 72, n. 33, p. 36.
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