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Robonaut 2 is one step closer to earning its keep on the International Space Station.
Spinoff may help astronauts stay healthier in space with the added benefit of assisting paraplegics in walking here on Earth.
While Robonaut has been busy testing its technology aboard station, NASA and GM have been working together to find new uses of those technologies.
Robonaut completed its initial checkouts aboard the station and went on to make history with the first human/robotic handshake in space.
Deputy Robonaut 2 Project Manager Nic Radford discusses the culmination of R2’s checkouts on orbit and what’s next for the robot.
A video overview of the Exoskeleton for Resistive Exercise and Rehabilitation.
Robonaut 2 goes through a series of dexterity tests as it spells out “Hello world” in sign language while Flight Engineer Don Pettit looks on.
Robonaut 2 goes through a series of tests aboard the International Space Station, including its first motions on the orbital outpost.