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 RRM Operations Resume

Robotic Refueling Mission Operations Resume

10.01.15 — It's back! Robotic Refueling Mission (RRM) operations on the International Space Station are scheduled to resume on October 2, 2015. Controlled remotely from the ground, RRM demonstrates robotic tools, technologies and techniques to refuel, repair and upgrade satellites. Learn about RRM Phase 2. Follow its progress on orbit at The RRM Update.

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SSCO Participates in NASA Goddard's Open House

09.25.15 - NASA's Satellite Servicing Capabilities Office will be offering interactive activities and a tour of their Robotic Servicing Facility during the "Explore@NASA Goddard" open house, taking place September 26, 2015 from 11:00 am - 5:00 pm at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Md. Learn more about the event and plan your visit.

What's New?

 RRM operations

NASA Robotic Servicing Demonstrations Continue Onboard the Space Station

07.20.15 - NASA's Robotic Refueling Mission (RRM), a groundbreaking demonstration of new satellite-servicing technologies and techniques, recently resumed operations on the space station after a two-year hiatus. Within five days, the RRM team had outfitted the RRM module with fresh hardware for a series of technology demonstrations and tested a new, multi-capability inspection tool.

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 College Students

College Students Help Create the Robots of the Future

07.09.15 - Can you teach an old robot new tricks? A handful of college students are using assembly line robots to help NASA prove it's possible.                                        
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In the News

NASA Article07.20.2015 - NASA Robotic Servicing Demonstrations Continue Onboard the Space Station

SSCO Video06.11.2015 - Look inside the Cauldron in 'This Week @NASA'

Press Release06.11.2015 - NASA Hosts Media for Update on Asteroid Grand Challenge, Robotics Tour

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