NASA Selects 13 Systems To Test For Deep Space Missions



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From hovering spheres to hopping ‘hedgehogs’, Nasa has chosen 13 new technologies to test for deep space mission.

The space agency will use parabolic flights and suborbital launch vehicles to see how the technologies perform in microgravity.

Among the most novel is a tumbling, hopping robot called ‘Hedgehog’ that will be tested on a parabolic flight that simulates weightlessness of space…
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