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NASA’s flying robots: Bee-ing in space for the first time

24 May 2019

One of Nasa’s new free-flying Astrobee space robots, Bumble, has completed its first initial hardware check in space. Bumble, and another robot named Honey, launched to the space station on 17th April aboard Northrop Grumman’s eleventh commercial resupply services mission from NASA’s Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia. When needed the robots will be able to return to their docking station on their own and recharge their battery power. [Read More]
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