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ESA astronaut Tim Peake controls British-built rover from space
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Building on previous test campaigns in the European Space Agency-led Meteron project, the experiment saw ESA, the UK Space Agency and Airbus Defence and Space working together to investigate distributed control of robots in a mock-Mars environment.

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'Not so far' from Holly Hill to space, astronaut says
www.postandcourier.com
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Culbertson was the commander aboard the International Space Station, with a crew of two Russian astronauts. They were over New England when terrorists struck in New York City. The next orbit, 90 minutes later, he could see smoke rise from Washington.

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Two more weeks in space for astronaut Tim Peake
www.telegraph.co.uk
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He said: "Although I am looking forward to being back on Earth and seeing friends and family again, each day spent living in space is a huge privilege and there is much work to do on the station. "This extension will keep the station at a full crew of …

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British astronaut Tim Peake shares incredible images from space
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Missing NASA astronaut Scott Kelly's stunning images from space? British Astronaut Tim Peake has quickly filled the Twitterverse's need for space photos with images of Earth taken from aboard the International Space Station. Peake, a former British …

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ISS Astronaut Tim Peake To Drive Mars Rover From Space
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UK astronaut Tim Peake is going to get to drive a rover on the surface of Mars today – in a way. The ISS crew member will take part in an experiment to control a machine from space, although this robotic rover will be in a giant sandpit in Stevenage …

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International Space Station Astronaut Tim Peake Captures Stunning Image of …
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European Space Agency astronaut Tim Peake captured a magnificent image that perfectly married space and weather earlier this month. The image above, which shows a growing storm cloud, was posted to the British astronaut's Twitter and Flickr pages on …

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