Robots are very much like humans who have been launched into space by Russia

The main task of Fyodor robot is to test the launch ability of new missiles developed by Russia. On August 22, the first Soyuz spacecraft ...


The main task of Fyodor robot is to test the launch ability of new missiles developed by Russia.
On August 22, the first Soyuz spacecraft without Russian astronauts was launched on the International Space Station. Occupying the astronaut's position in this flight was Skybot F-850, also known by the Russians as Fyodor.

The Soyuz MS-14 was launched from the Soyuz 2.1a missile, a special missile used to launch Russian Progress ships. Roboy Fyodor, on his trip, will help scientists consider using Soyuz 2.1a missiles for future crew crews.


Skybot F-850, also known as Fyodor during testing on Earth. Photo: Roscosmos.
"Soyuz MS-14 has been in orbit without any problems. This is the first time this spacecraft has been launched into space with 2.1a boosters," said Rob Navias, NASA representative.

According to Navias, this is an important test flight to test the ability of Soyuz as well as boosters 2.1a, before conducting the first flight with crew on March 2020.

"Soyuz 2.1a missile, with electronic flight control system and new engine, will replace Soyuz FG missile used to bring space ships to space before. Soyuz has been updated on the movement and navigation system, as well as more modern landing systems, "NASA said.

Fyodor robot will be studied thoroughly so that scientists can learn about astronauts' feeling when they are pushed up into space by Soyuz 2.1a rocket. The sensors mounted on this robot body will record information about the impact force at specific times of the flight.



Fyodor robot can perform many complicated operations, simulating human actions. Photo: Roscosmos.
Fyodor is the latest generation of the Russian robot line FEDOR. With a human-like design, FEDOR robots can be programmed to do many complex operations like rescue driving. As the first robot to be introduced into space, Fyodor has added features such as vibration-proof materials or new algorithms. This is to limit movement to avoid damage when it is inside an international space station.

On the space station, robots like Fyodor can be used to do dangerous tasks such as fire or welding. However, Fyodor will not be taken up to do such tasks. This robot will be transferred to the Poisk module for experiments on tolerance in a zero gravity environment.

Later, Fyodor will be returned to the Soyuz spacecraft to return to Earth on September 6.

The first non-robot Fyodor was put on space for testing. NASA-developed Robonaut2 was taken to the Space Station to perform simple tasks from 2011-2014, then returned to Earth in 2018. Japan has a Kirobo robot with a confidant function with astronauts, or NASA's Astrobee robot that looks for objects on the space station.

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