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Russia sends 'Fedor' its first humanoid robot into space

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Russia launches an unmanned rocket into space carrying a life-size humanoid robot that will spend 10 days learning how to assist astronauts on board the International Space Station.

Added on the 22/08/2019 15:22:25 - Copyright : AFP EN

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