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Dextre Robot Checked Out On ISS
September 12, 2011
Canada's Special Purpose Dexterous Manipulator (Dextre), a two-armed robotic handyman, is ready for business on the ISS after completing its first repair job Aug. 30. The big Canadian-built robot changed out a remote power control module, a type of circuit breaker, in two back-to-back nightly...
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