Education Payload Operations - Robotics (EPO-Robo) - 01.09.14

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Education Payload Operations - Robotics (EPO-Robo) creates an on-orbit video demonstration explaining robotic arm operations on the Space Shuttle and the International Space Station.

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Experiment Details

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Principal Investigator(s)

  • Matthew Keil, Johnson Space Center, Houston, TX, United States
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    Developer(s)

    Johnson Space Center, Houston, TX, United States

    Sponsoring Space Agency
    National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)

    Sponsoring Organization
    NASA Education (EDU)

    Research Benefits
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    ISS Expedition Duration
    March 2010 - September 2010

    Expeditions Assigned
    23/24

    Previous ISS Missions

    Educational demonstrations have been conducted aboard the ISS since Expedition 4.

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    Experiment Description

    Research Overview

    • EPO-Robotics (EPO-Robo) supports NASA’s goal of attracting and retaining students in science, technology, engineering, and mathematic disciplines.


    • EPO-Robo ties to an agency-wide ground-based robotic education plan revolving around STS-131/19A mission specialist and educator Dorothy Metcalf-Lindenburger.


    • EPO-Robo involves two on-orbit video demonstrations explaining robotic arm operations and scientific investigations. The robotic arm stations on Space Shuttle and ISS are used as show and tell items.

    Description
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    Applications

    Space Applications
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    Earth Applications
    EPO-Robo is part of NASA's continuing effort to use space as a unique educational tool for K-12 students. Everyday items are given a new twist by combining them with the allure of space flight and the unusual weightless environment to produce educational materials that inspire interest in science and technology and encourage curiosity and creativity.

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    Operations

    Operational Requirements
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    Operational Protocols
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    Imagery

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    Astronaut Mike Fossum poses with Robonaut on the International Space Station during the R2EDU101 EPO demo.


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