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“Human Robot Interaction Laboratory”
Ground-based Rover’s Touch Shared with Astronaut in Space
Analog-1 rover (Credit: ESA–A. Koehler)

PARIS (ESA PR) — If man’s best friend is a dog, then in the future astronauts’ closest companions might well be rovers. A technique allowing astronauts in orbit to control rovers exploring planetary surfaces has been developed by a research team from ESA, the German Aerospace Center DLR and European academia and industry, culminating in an Earth-based rover session commanded from the International Space Station. A paper published in the prestigious Science Robotics journal this week details their results.

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  • April 22, 2022