Adorable, Miniature Drone Joins the International Space Station Crew

As it stands, crew aboard the Japanese module Kibo on the International Space Station spend around 10 percent of their time capturing photos and video. But they may soon find themselves with a little more spare time, thanks to a cute autonomous drone that has arrived to lighten the load... Continue Reading Japan's floating space drone offers a window into the ISS Category: Space Tags: Camera drone International Space Station JAXA Related Articles: Japanese cargo ship en route to space station 2016: A space odyssey. Take a 4K fisheye fly-through of the International Space Station NASA's most experienced astronaut returns to Earth 521 days and counting as US astronaut sets new NASA record Busted data box draws astronauts into emergency spacewalk Boeing an

Japan's floating space drone offers a window into the ISS

As it stands, crew aboard the Japanese module Kibo on the International Space Station spend around 10 percent of their time capturing photos and video. But they may soon find themselves ...

Mon 17 Jul 17 from Gizmag

Adorable Japanese Camera Drone Now Lives Aboard the ISS

The small spherical drone was constructed by Japanese space agency JAXA with a special orientation system that allows it to maneuver around the ISS and capture video. The post Adorable Japanese ...

Thu 20 Jul 17 from Extremetech

Lovable Japanese Camera Drone Joins ISS Crew

Meet Int-Ball, the newest, and most adorable, member of the International Space Station. The Japanese Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) on Friday published early photos and videos captured ...

Tue 18 Jul 17 from Geek.com

Japan's zero-gravity space drone sends first pictures from ISS

Japan's zero-gravity drone no doubt serves a proper purpose - but it's also a little ball of cuteness.

Tue 18 Jul 17 from BBC Technology

The International Space Station has a cute camera drone - CNET

The Int-Ball from the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency captures video and still images, and it can move autonomously or under remote control from Earth.

Mon 17 Jul 17 from CNET Cutting Edge

Meet the adorable robot camera Japanís space agency sent to the ISS

 Science can be cute as hell when it wants to be – take the JEM Internal Ball Camera (“Int-Ball” for short). The device, created by the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency ...

Mon 17 Jul 17 from TechCrunch

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