This Robot Will Take Us To Mars

Posted on December 18, 2013 9:00 pm


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The downside – it’s not autonomous, so it can only take instructions from human controllers.

How this will work when there’s a 3-to-21 minute communication lag between Earth and Mars is anyone’s guess at this point.

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5 Responses to “This Robot Will Take Us To Mars”

  1. Dodsfall says:

    When the humans arrive on Mars, they will be forced to surrender to their new robot overlords.

  2. 4of7 says:

    If it can’t sing and dance, what good is it?
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XqJr7q9QzAg

  3. FredKey says:

    “Here I come to save the”

    buffering…buffering…buffering

    “day!”

  4. walruskkkch says:

    3-21 minute communication lag, so it’s like a conversation between husband and wife?

  5. Sarge says:

    Perfect example of why NASA “can’t get it up.” three minutes of vide oabout a robot that only shows about 10 seconds of e actual robot actually… you know… MOVING. The rest of it some neckbeard talking about the immobile robot which has a $50,000 flashing light between its purposeless & semi-anrdrogynous bewbs. And when the robot DOES finally move, it’s capabilities are clearly eclipsed by anything Tomy made in the 80′s.

    Better’n 40 years after we put people on the moon, the only thing moving there is a Chinese go-cart making measurements for a missile base, and NASA is farting around with this junk RC toy.

    /Head in hands

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