Scientists Bounce Laser Off Soviet Lunar Rover Lost On Moon Decades Ago

Scientists Bounce Laser Off Soviet Lunar Rover Lost On Moon Decades Ago
On November 17, 1970 the Soviet Luna 17 spacecraft landed the first roving remote-controlled robot on the Moon. Known as Lunokhod 1, it weighed just under 2,000 pounds and was designed to … In April 2010, specialists at the Apache Point Observatory …
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Wind Turbine Inspection Robot In Action
… Magnetic Platform Lifting Vehicle; a 19kg robotic vehicle designed to work on surfaces of a minimum 7 inches in diameter. It can carry a variety of equipment (up to 9kg when climbing), including a high resolution video camera streaming photos and …
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Don't touch: just your brain as the control pad – Sydney Morning Herald
The device can be used to play Tetris-like games or search through Flickr photos by thinking about an emotion the person is feeling — like happy, or excited — rather than searching by keywords. Muse … All done by imagining the robotic arm's movements.
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