Robots Of NASA

Source: NASA

STS82-E-5652 Astronaut Gregory J. Harbaugh (solid stripe on EMU) uses remote manipulator system (RMS) as a cherry-picker device to service HST. In cooperation with astronaut Joseph R. Tanner, nearby, the mission specialist was in the process of replacing the HST's Magnetic Sensing System (MSS) protective caps with new, permanent covers.

The following is a list of NASA robots and links to their respective pages. Granted you may not think of some of these machines as robots but they all are true robots.

Mars Pathfinder
Mega links from SpaceLink
The Remote Manipulator System
The Space Shuttle robotic arm
Deep Space 1
The autonomous spacecraft
The mission to Saturn
A journey to Jupiter
Mars Global Surveyor
Mapping the surface of Mars
A mission to collect and return comet dust to Earth
Solar exploration of the Sun's poles
Voyager Interstellar Mission
It keeps going and going and going.....
Antarctica 2000 Big Signal
The Nomad Rover hunts for meteorites in Antarctica
A humanoid robot for on-orbit servicing
The FIDO Rover
A Mars rover for planetary sample returns
Inflatable Rovers
A rover that climbs over rocks with big inflatable wheels
Light, bouyant rovers that float through the atmosphere
Very small (10-100s of grams) planetary explorers
Serpentine Visual Inspection Robot
A small, light weight visual inspector
Underwater Explorer
Explore a sunken fishing fleet
The Urban Robot
Dante: The Volcano Explorer
Mucho many links at SpaceLink
A mobile robot for hazardous materials
The "Brain Surgeon"
A robot to help in surgery
An assistant for the elderly and infirm
The Chornobyl reconnaissance robot
Completed Robot Research at JPL
Tried and tested technologies
EVA Robotic Assistant
A robot helper for astronauts

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