Soon the Japanese Hayabusa 2 mission will release the German "Mascot" Lander onto the surface of the asteroid. The small box shaped lander then impacts the surface and preforms science experiments. According to the mission specifications, it's supposed to preform science at 3 different locations on the surface. In order to move from location to location, it uses a spinning wheel to impart torque and "flick" the lander to a different spot.
Question: have any other landers used a tourqe wheel to move across the surface of something? If so, which ones. Thanks Video of internals