Better assess and refine regolith operations for asteroid, Mars and polar lunar missions. In telerobotic systems, sensors, cameras and other optic elements suffer from pixel saturation and bloom with associated recovery times. Coupled with a decreased perceived contrast and erratic daylight cycles, asteroid missions will have to overcome, or compensate for these effects. This study will have a direct impact on both human habitation and the extraction of in-situ resources using autonomous systems. The study will also highlight shortfalls prior to deployment for automated systems and identify physiological hazards. Thus, the study has potential to significantly influence design of telerobotic perception systems and operations for future exploration missions.