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Curiosity's Robotic Arm: Strong, But Not Sensitive
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8/28/2012 | 5:42:18 PM
re: Curiosity's Robotic Arm: Strong, But Not Sensitive
Nasa should talk with Apple about using their touch technology patents on Curiosity's arm. Lol The fact that there is a vehicle roaming around on another planet sending data back to Earth is still fascinating. I am sure that every piece of technology and machinery used on Curiosity will have me in awe. Nasa has already said that these issues will be addressed for future trips.

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