The robotic arms of the ISS are some of its most useful tools.* The arms, designed by Canadian and Japanese space agencies, have been instrumental in ferrying around astronauts and shepherding modules to one side of the ISS.* However, the Russian segment lacked its own robotic arm – until a new one designed by ESA …
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