The term Hazcam is taken from the cameras on the front of the NASA/JPL Mars rovers. It stands for Hazard Avoidance Cameras. I think the instrument density is at a good level. We’ve still got to include an antenna array and several GPS sensors as described in the book.
- This video starts of covering some adjustments to the Flywheel housing.
- Once we’ve taken care of that, we take a look at the Mars Science Laboratory (Curiosity) for some reference material.
- The rest of the video is devoted to the Hazcam housing, lenses, and brackets.