NASA's new flying robot gets its first hardware check in space
Monday, 20 May 2019
NASA's new robot is getting ready for work.
Astrobee, a free-flying robot system that's designed to give astronauts a hand in space, has had its first hardware checks on the International Space Station.
The system is actually a trio of robots, named Honey, Queen, and Bumble, which are propelled by electric fans and can ...
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