The DLR’s humanoid dexterous humanoid robot platform, Justin, is being taught to work in space. Normally Justin gets around on a wheeled base, but this version will be attached directly to a satellite. Eventually, they’d like Justin to work fully autonomously to replace parts or refuel, but for now they are considering more realistic control methods. Telepresence with haptic feedback is the preferred method; it would allow a human to “step inside” the robot’s head and limbs, effectively taking control. With a stereoscopic view of the robot’s surrounding, the human will even be able to see depth. I’d love to give it a go myself!