Robonaut-2 Set To Receive Climbing Legs On ISS

HOUSTON — Robonaut 2, the first U.S.-built, dexterous humanoid in space, is scheduled to receive a pair of climbing legs before the U.S. Labor Day weekend. The imposing, two-armed mechanical torso, which has been restricted to a fixed pedestal or stowed since arriving at the International Space...

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