Astronauts will test drive a robot on Earth from International Space Station

USA Today Technology 3 weeks ago
The European Space Agency is preparing an experiment to test a rover on Earth being controlled by an astronaut on board the Space Station.

The European Space Agency is preparing an experiment to test a rover on Earth being controlled by an astronaut on board the Space Station.

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