Russian humanoid robot Fedor ready to be launched to the International Space Station

© Shutterstock Russian humanoid robot Fedor ready to be launched to the International Space Station

A Russian humanoid robot named Fedor performs the final tests and prepares to launch at the International Space Station, from Baikonur Cosmodrome on August 22, with a Soyuz rocket carrying the unmanned Soyuz craft MS-114 along with the robot.‎

Fedor (Final Experimental Demonstration Research) is about 1.83 meters high, weighs 105 kg and can lift up to 20 kg.

The robot has a huge range of capabilities, such as walking, crawling, getting up when falling, driving, using tools, and even doing… dumbbells.

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