Russian spacecraft carrying humanoid robot fails to dock with space station

Russian spacecraft carrying humanoid robot fails to dock with space station

A Russian spacecraft carrying a humanoid robot failed to dock as planned with the International Space Station (ISS) on Saturday. The robot named FEDOR was on its way to the ISS on a planned two-week mission to support the crew and test its skills. The spacecraft is currently 96 metres away from the station and a new docking attempt would be made Monday.

Sandra
Sandra
Bruce Forsman
Bruce Forsman 5 months

So the robot said, I don't think I should dock here Dave. 🔴

MightyMargulis
MightyMargulis 5 months

its gone rogue

Don Grantham
Don Grantham 5 months

#RobotRightsNOW

Sir_Kutz
Sir_Kutz 5 months

Was it triggered by the robot war videos? #roboticlivesmatter

Avi Khait
Avi Khait 5 months

Fedor is tired after d*cking around for the entire day, he's recovering 96m away and will renew his d*cking attempts tomorrow.

Joseph Cribari
Joseph Cribari 5 months

robot said fuq dat

Frederic Lück
Frederic Lück 5 months

So they tested a new robot and to test it they want to dock to the ISS.Why not send another craft to dock with instead of maybe crashing the whole ISS with crew on board

Jay E
Jay E 5 months

NOT TODAY SKYNET!

Alulim of Sumer
Alulim of Sumer 5 months

what?! the robots are revolting! crush them!

bobby_5150
bobby_5150 5 months

The robot has requested asylum from the US.

Katharine
Katharine 5 months

Abort mission.

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