It is the first teleoperated Mars Rover built in Peru, inspired by the anatomy of the scorpion and oriented to the assistance of astronauts during a manned mission on Mars. Much of the implementation of Sira 1 was carried out at the Institute for Radioastronomy in the Pontifical Catholic University of Peru..
(Sira: Scorpión in Quechua)
|Dimensions||Lenght: 1.20m - Width: 1.00m - Height: 0.50m|
|Arm||6 degrees of freedom - Operating Radius: 0.92m|
|Antenna||Omnidirectional: 5.4 GHz - Operating Radius: 1km|
|Cameras||2 for navigation - 1 panoramic - 1 mounted on arm|