Question by kannan: please tell me the brief introduction about space robotics?
i want the full information about sapce robotics….and also what is the basics of space robotics.so please try to tell me anyone..what is currently going on in space
Answer by quantumclaustrophobe
A robot is any device capable of performing commands autonomously or on orders by a human. Technically, every unmanned probe we’ve launched into space is a robot.
Generally, a “robot” is expected to move, so that means the Russians landed the first robot on another world – the moon – in 1969. We’ve landed 3 rovers on Mars, using a “bouncing” landing – a parachute slowed the device in the atmosphere, then retro rockecs were fired to bring the craft to a hover, then the payload was released, encased in balloons – and dropped. It bounced around, then stopped – and when it opened, the rover would crawl out.
While just as valuable to science, other probes – like Huygens landing on Titan, and the Venera probes landing on Venus – taught us about those worlds, though the probes weren’t designed for locomotion.
The current trend in space probes is to give them more brain power – the ability to make decisions on their own; currently, they simply respond to orders & instructions we give them.
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