NASA and General Motors developed Robonaut to work alongside people and now he'll have two legs just like us (but better). Continue reading â†’
In an orbital first, a robot has held its own in a conversation with a human.
This summer two high-tech Japanese bots will be blasting into outer space. Continue reading â†’
A prototype robot, jointly developed by NASA and General Motors, will be flown to the International Space Station for tests working alongside the live-aboard crew. Robonaut 2, nicknamed R2, won't be making any spacewalks -- it's not designed to handle the temperature extremes and harsh environment ...
What kind of gloves go best with a space suit? Well, scientists and futurists are still working on that one, but the answers have ranged from crude mechanical claws to high-tech mits that simulate the sensation of touch. Come inside and slip on something cosmic.
The humanoid robot delivered to the International Space Station in February is finally getting to work -- and tweeting about the experience.