The flight of the Russian robot Fedora to the International Space Station (ISS) was recognized by the Media Monitoring and Analysis System as the most resonant robotic event in Russia. This is evidenced by data from the Infopovod 2019 report. IT-Telecom”, published on the “Medialogy” website.
“The FEDOR flight proved once again that Russia is a leader in space exploration. In 1961, Yuri Gagarin – Soviet cosmonaut, became the first man in Space, in 2019, the robot FEDOR – Russian robot, became the first robot to successfully perform a space flight”, – commented the developer report “Medialogy”.
The robot will go to the ISS August 22 and spent 14 days in space. During this time it has performed several tasks under the control of astronaut Alexander Skvortsov.
“Fedor (FEDOR – Final Experimental Demonstration Object Research) is the first Russian humanoid robot. It was developed by the Foundation for Advanced Studies together with the NGO Android Technique on the order of the Ministry of Emergency Situations as a rescue robot. The robot was the first robot of its kind in the world to learn how to sit on a twine. In 2018, the Fedor exhibition model was created for VDNKh.