Russia sends its first humanoid robot 'Fedor' into space

  • Published on Aug 22, 2019
  • Russia on April 22 launched an unmanned rocket carrying a life-size humanoid robot that will spend 10 days learning to assist astronauts on the International Space Station. Named Fedor, short for Final Experimental Demonstration Object Research, the robot is the first ever sent up by Russia. Fedor copies human movements, a key skill that allows it to remotely help astronauts or even people on Earth to carry out dangerous tasks.
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Comments • 27

  • claudio dos Santos Pato Santos

    Muito legal é o futuro chegando avatar

  • Vlado Petráš Keko
    Vlado Petráš Keko 4 months ago

    400-500 kg robot :D

  • Plane CanOpenner
    Plane CanOpenner 5 months ago

    How can anyone believe this horseshit? Space is fake. The earth is stationary immovable plane and not a spinning rock. They are laughing at toy sheeple

  • Blessedone333AZ
    Blessedone333AZ 5 months ago +2

    Robot already screwed up

  • AB Rock あびロック أب روك

    Go russia

  • Даниел Кузманов

    As always, Russia is the first 😀.

  • Chien The Intergalactic Dog

    How many decades this robot is behind USA Boston Dynamics robots?

    • Constantin Suman
      Constantin Suman 2 months ago

      All the tech industry in Russia is a giant hoax developed to steal budget money, and this kind of fake news is the food for dumb patriots.
      Check out other tech events, where the president is presented robots developed in Russia, but they are just toys bought from AliExpress.

    • Gor Mor
      Gor Mor 5 months ago +4

      10 years ahead. Boston Dynamics don't have precise manipulators, heptic and visual feedback and telepresence. All it makes is useless amusement toys not even US government wants to purchase. Good thing Russians are practical people and making a tool with real life work purpose.

  • maxim shvets
    maxim shvets 5 months ago +5

    This robot has more interesting life than mine

  • Jaden Claws.
    Jaden Claws. 5 months ago

    I Wanna buy The Robot.

  • TheDevil
    TheDevil 5 months ago +4

    2 seats left in the spacecraft, they could have called me to accompany Fedor to ISS incase it gets lonely.on the trip.

    • TheDevil
      TheDevil 5 months ago

      @Gor Mor yes

    • Gor Mor
      Gor Mor 5 months ago

      This is the first launch of Soyuz 2 booster with manned Soyuz spacecraft. Are you sure you wan't to take place on a test launch?

  • Al C
    Al C 5 months ago +2


  • catonpillow
    catonpillow 5 months ago +6

    Looks cool, it has some cyberpunk vibe to it.

  • likklej8
    likklej8 5 months ago +5

    Great stuff. India sending a moon probe now this. Thanks Russia

  • Satria Jaya
    Satria Jaya 5 months ago +10

    Robot Fedor, make Russia great again...USA be a loser.
    Good job..

    • lmao this isn't a name
      lmao this isn't a name 3 months ago

      But fedor moves like arthritic grandma and American boston dynamics is doing gynmastics and hopping like a bunny on caffeine.

      BOY RACHGIA 5 months ago

      An all time loser makes America loses everything. Thanks to Dotard.

  • M Sk
    M Sk 5 months ago +1

    Third comment.

    BIG TIME 5 months ago +1

    Fedor can't even open a bottle of water but is going to the International space station to help astronauts? Lol! Nasa should have observed Fedor before it left!

  • happy mass shooting usa
    happy mass shooting usa 5 months ago +4