LEMUR IIa Autonomous Maintenance Robot Sarah 14 November, 2010 From 2005. Read more at www-robotics.jpl.nasa.gov Note: This is a user submitted video under “User Submitted” Category. Although the submitted content is moderated, RealityPod does not guarantee the accuracy of information provided in posts of this particular category. Comments innerbreed November 14, 2010 / Reply @kizkoool although i would agree on a face level, but you will find that this project is supported by DARPA! i dont agree with the “Unprecise” part. the whole point of this is processional placements and trajectory of the Tar’s! (Feet) swfreak195 November 14, 2010 / Reply It’s not meant to be fast…It’s more for functionality and getting the job done. If it’s in space then you don’t really need to worry about speed, it actually probably helps if it isn’t fast..so it doesnt accidently fly off of the side of the satillite or w/e it’s fixing. sk8terdude148 November 14, 2010 / Reply i have seen this robot on a tour of JPL, it is about a foot in diameter and i herd it is to fix the hubble after the last astronaut launch to the hubble occurs NanoBetaGaming November 14, 2010 / Reply impressive! just wait til they upload some super-computer onto that thing, itll be able to go like.. 157 times as fast as that HYYST November 14, 2010 / Reply Damn, it’s sooo slow! frustrating EM2008AS November 14, 2010 / Reply Great 5***** kizkoool November 14, 2010 / Reply What a fail !!! This is one of the most unresponsive and unprecise bot I’ve seen this decade. DARPA bots really kick NASA bots’ ass. k166a November 14, 2010 / Reply very unimpressive bot Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.