Japan’s floating space drone offers a window into the ISS

Japan's floating space drone offers a window into the ISS

Int-Ball is undergoing initial verification As it stands, crew aboard the Japanese module Kibo on the International Space Station spend around 10 percent of their time capturing photos and video. But they may soon find themselves with a little more spare time, thanks to a cute autonomous drone that has arrived to lighten the load. The Japanese Aerospace Exploration Agency says the Int-Ball is the first camera drone that can record video while moving in space under remote control from the ground, which is handled at the Tsukuba Space Center in Japan. UPGRADE TO NEW ATLAS PLUS More than […]

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