Meet the Experts: Robots in space


Will robots replace humans one day? When it comes to space exploration, robots are our precursors, gathering data to prepare humans for deep space. ESA robotics engineer Martin Azkarate discusses some of the upcoming missions involving robots and the unique science they will perform in this episode of Meet the Experts.

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  1. How much do technological advancements in space robotics affect research in robotics for commercial use here on earth and vice versa?
    Is there any correlation between these two industries? Example space toilets and commercial flights toilets?
    Thank you for the content and all you do ❤️

  2. Hi Martin, great job, I have a question. I have no idea of robotic but I have see a lot of rocks on my live and I have never see a square rock like that. Are you sure that horizontal blades in the wheels, are the most appropriated drawing to travel around sharp rocks?

    Thank you!

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