Japan intends to Send Robot to Space Twitter

Thursday, February 17, 2011

Lonely astronauts in space can now be happy, after the Japanese robot Android intend to send.

This robot is not just a robot, because he can also send a tweet, as reported by the Straits Times Thursday (02/17/2011).

Japan space agency, JAXA, is considering sending robots to the International Space Station to work on, while the astronauts slept.

Additionally, the robot can also monitor astronaut health and stress, and communicate with Earth via the microblogging site Twitter.

The plan this week expressed JAXA. They hope a robot that can communicate with the center via Twitter, especially to send photos. The robot could also become friends and give comfort to the astronauts.

After the program "Robonaut" R-2 from NASA, which is scheduled to be launched by space shuttle Discovery next week, Japan is expected to be an android large part of efforts to make robots that can be used in groups to create .


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