The Volatile Pole Exploration Vehicle (VIPER) is scheduled to be launched into space in 2023 with a SpaceX Falcon-Heavy rocket and will be accompanied by the Griffin Astrobotic landing satellite. The plan is to land near the western edge of the Noble crater in Antarctica and explore the surrounding and subsurface areas of water and other resources.
If all goes well as the program progresses, it will be able to VIPER will be able to visit at least six science areas of interest during the 100-day mission, if you take the time.
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