A new technique of moon scanning could help categorize automatically the essential lunar features from telescopic images and can also remarkably enhance the efficiency of choosing sites for exploration.
NPS, NASA Team Up On "Astrobatics" Project To Advance Spacecraft Robotics
Today, Drone Major Group* has announced the launch of the first ever drone technology ‘Test and Development Area’ project, to be created in the Liverpool City Region. The project is to be delivered in partnership with Liverpool City Region Combined Authority (LCRCA) and is expected to put the region on the path to become a global leader in the deployment of cutting-edge drone technology.
A team of robotics students and faculty from Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) has passed the qualification round in the second phase of the NASA-sponsored Space Robotics Challenge (SRC) and is now officially invited to participate in the final competition round, NASA announced today. The WPI team is seeking to program virtual robots to locate and extract valuable resources from the Moon.
NASA has awarded a Pittsburgh-based technology company, Astrobotic Technology, with a $200 million (over £153 million) contract to build and send the first-ever U.S. rover to the Moon by 2023.
Researchers are clueless about how planetary systems—similar to the solar system or the multi-planet systems surrounding other stars—arrange themselves, and why collision does not occur more often between the planets.
A first of its kind industry 4.0 factory is applying game-changing digital technologies to advance manufacturing on the UK’s next generation combat air system, Tempest.
Robots have led the way in numerous forms of exploration, from underground to outer space. A variety of organizations are counting on them to serve as partners in the next round of endeavors.
A new space race is underway throughout the globe and the renewed interest in space exploration is trickling down to the Robotic Technology Center at West Virginia University in a big way.
West Virginia University's Duncan Lorimer might be the godfather of the fast radio burst, but a pair of international students has taken exploring these mysterious cosmic flashes to a new level.