Sep 14, 2017

Feeling Earth from space | Thomas Pesquet's Proxima blog

Today, the International Space Station became a testbed for technologies that will allow astronauts to control rovers on planets as they orbit above. The Haptics-2 experiment allows astronauts to feel the force through a connected joystick that transmits feedback across great distances. In Europe’s Columbus laboratory, ESA astronaut Thomas Pesquet set up a joystick that was linked to its twin at...

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