Ground Control Of Kibo Airlock To Save Space Station Crew Time

TSUKUBA, Japan — As demand grows for using the Japanese Experiment Module Kibo’s exposed facility on the International Space Station (ISS), robotic engineers at the Kibo control center here are preparing to begin operating the airlock as well as the robotic arm and other equipment needed to get...

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