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Dextre ISS
03/04/10

 

In June 2008, Dextre was moved atop the Destiny Laboratory Module of the International Space Station (ISS), completing tasks prior to the the STS-124 mission's deployment of Japan's Kibo pressurized science laboratory. Dextre, built by the Canadian Space Agency, has arms more than 9 feet in length and can attach power tools as fingers.
Credit: NASA



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