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Youtube Video up of Lunar Electric Rover in Obama Inaugural Parade January 21, 2009

Posted by Nick Azer in NASA, Obama, Youtube.
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There’s the first Youtubed video of the Lunar Electric Rover (a.k.a. Small Pressurized Rover Concept) posing and crabwalking for Obama at the inaugural parade today, video by way of collectspace.

Not sure what to make of Michelle Obama’s expression there around 1:00, haha.

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