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NASA Robonaut 2 simulation: Placing an ISS panel in The Construct

By Miguel Angel One of the most wanted robot simulations is a robot that can be used for anything. Robonaut is one like this. NASA kindly gave this simulation for public use and we thought here in ...
24 June 2016, by

Antares orb-3 accident

A very unfortunate incident for NASA and the commercial orbital transportation services program took place yesterday. The Antares rocket that was about to send the Cygnus spacecraft on the ISS explode...
29 October 2014, by

Talking robot sent into space

Kirobo, a 13” humanoid robot, was launched today and is on its way to the International Space Station. A mashup of the Japanese word for hope, “Kibo”, and “robot”, Kirobo is designed to b...
04 August 2013, by

Astronaut on International Space Station successfully controls K10 rover on Earth, supporting use of telerobotics in future deep space missions

On June 17, 2013, Astronaut Chris Cassidy successfully drove a K10 rover on earth, via remote connection from the Surface Telerobotics Workbench on the International Space Station, showing that robo...
02 July 2013, by

ISS using Linux for key functions, humanoid space robot | WIRED UK

The International Space Station is switching from Windows to Linux for functions which require increased in-house control, including the control of the R2 humanoid robot. Designed to take over so...
13 May 2013, by

Attention C++ coders: NASA/TopCoder launch $10,000 Robonaut challenge

NASA and and the community developer platform TopCoder are launching a series of coding competitions to help Robonaut 2 learn how to interact with the types of input devices used by human astronauts o...
03 April 2013, by


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Volare robotics challenge, robot helpers for ISS competition by ESA

ESA is organizing the first robotic competition on a mock-up of the International Space Station (ISS). The competition is open for young people from ESA member states who can compete in three age grou...
27 February 2013, by







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