Fedor, or Final Experimental Demonstration Object Research, was built to assist space station astronauts.
But Fedor turned out to have a design that does not work well in space -- standing 180 centimetres (six feet) tall, its long legs were not needed on space walks, Dudorov said.
Fedor, officially Skybot F-850, rocketed to the ISS on August 22, entering the orbiting laboratory five days later.
Fedor was not the first robot to go into space. In 2011, NASA sent up Robonaut 2, a humanoid developed with General Motors that had a similar aim of working in high-risk environments.مزید پڑھ: Dunya News
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