The science team designs systems suitable for the science mission of the competition and conducts studies with these systems to analyze life discovery, environmental suitability for life, and geology.
The science system is a laboratory on the rover and consists of many different functional components to analyze the environment. It selects biomolecules suitable for analysis to detect life and uses tests and biosensors suitable for examining soil samples collected by the rover to determine if there are living organisms in the environment. It will also investigate the suitability of the environment for life and the future possibility of life using soil and atmospheric gas sensors.
Optical spectrometers developed by our team study minerals and organic molecules. Instruments such as spectrometers and microscopes are also used to conduct a mineralogical study of the environment. The science team also follows current studies on the geomorphology of Mars and explains the specific areas in the contests by making certain analogies.