"J. R. Molloy" wrote:
> "While the depth and breadth of human performance is beyond the current
> state of the art in robotics," he said, "NASA targeted the reduced
> dexterity and performance of a suited astronaut as Robonaut's design
> goals, specifically using the work envelope, ranges of motion, strength
> and endurance capabilities of spacewalking humans."
There shooting fairly low. The humanoid form is not the most ideal for
doing space construction work generally but it may be the easiest to
control with telepresence.
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