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2019-08-08 - A computer animation of Dextre, Canada's robotic handyman on the International Space Station, performing some of the operations for NASA's...
2019-05-07 - Flight controllers on the ground use Canadian space robot Dextre to unload and reload the unpressurized trunk of the Dragon cargo vehicle.
This animation shows Dextre handling the Orbiting Carbon Observatory 3, Space Test Program-Houston 6, and Cloud-Aerosol Transport System payloads.
2018-06-26 – Computer animation showing how Canadarm2 will grapple and berth SpaceX’s Dragon resupply vehicle during its 15th resupply mission to the International Space Station.
Canadian robot Dextre will then transfer cargo between Dragon’s trunk and the exterior of the Station.
2017-02-17 - During their spacewalk on January 6, 2017, NASA astronauts thanked the Canadian Space Agency for Dextre’s major robotic contributions to the battery replacement operation.
2016-12-13 - In the most intensive robotics operation to date, this animation shows how Dextre, the Canadian Space Agency’s robotic handyman, will recover and replace the batteries essential for storing electrical energy generated by the International Space Station’s solar arrays.
2016-11-25 - While riding on the end of Canadarm2, Dextre will be moved to various locations on the exterior of the International Space Station, holding the IRELL tool near the cooling system pipes to detect traces of ammonia.
2016-08-16 - This computer-generated animation shows Dextre picking up an International Docking Adaptor (IDA) from Space-X Dragon’s trunk. Riding on Canadarm2, Dextre then carries the IDA to the installation site to hand it off to two astronauts who will complete the installation.
2016-01-15 - Last week, our fans asked us some great questions about Dextre’s new vision system to inspect the International Space Station. Taryn Tomlinson, Senior Engineer at the Canadian Space...
2016-01-07 - The Canadian Space Agency (CSA) has commissioned the design of an advanced vision system for Dextre, the International Space Station's (ISS's) robotic handyman.
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