Hardware test finished ‘Roomba for space station’

One Astrobee, a cube-shaped robot developed to take charge of operations inside the International Space Station ISS, completed its first hardware test. All three of these robots will be deployed to ISS, and Honey, the first model of Bumble’s colleague, will soon be deployed to the ISS.

Astrobi’s role is the Rumba for space station. Although not explained in detail, the astronauts will take charge of daily maintenance work when they are fully operational. It also allows astronauts to focus on their original mission. For example, if you reduce the number of pilots needed to go to the moon or Mars, you can reduce the amount of food on board and make other materials available. For more information, please click here .



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