“The Flying Brain” is a ball shaped artificial intelligence robot because it has been trained to follow and communicate with the German astronauts, who will be on the Space Cargo ship on Friday. There was a blast.
A new, extra hand for the robotic arm of the station, an experiment to measure the stress of plants in space and a new cancer treatment study board was also on the board because Falcon 9 Rocket Florida Cape Canaveral, Florida at 5:42 (3 : IS at 12 o’clock).
NASA’s commentator said, “We have ignition and liftoff! Falcon 9 powers the dragon’s spectra on the Rocket International Space Station.” The White Rocket fired their engines and lit the sky on the morning of Florida in the dark.
As part of the contract with NASA $ 1.6 billion (about 11,000 crores), unmanned Dragon capsules made 5,900 pounds (2,700 kg) on the 15th supply mission in the class laboratory.
Both the capsules and rockets have moved first. The dragon sent cargo to space in 2016, and Falcon destroyed NASA satellite two months ago.
Aerospace company in California, headed by Elon Musk, wants to re-use some parts of the rocket and spacecraft to save money and reduce the cost of space flight.
About 10 minutes in flight, Space X confirmed that the dragon has successfully deployed from the second stage of the rocket and was in “good orbit”.
It should be delivered to the station on July 2.
An important piece of cargo is a basketball shaped device called Simon – the crew is smaller than the interactive Mobil Companion.
It has been described as “flying brain” by Manfred Jaumann chief of Microgravity payload in Airbus.
During the NASA press briefing, Christian Karrasch, CIMON Project Manager of the German Aerospace Center (DLR) said that the activation of CIMON will become “the historic moment” to become the first robot to communicate with people in space.
Seaman has been trained to identify the voice and face of the geographer 42-year-old Alexander Gerst with the European Space Agency.
When Gerst calls Simon, the floating robot will acoustically understand where Gerst is calling from, oriented, and the zoom is over.
While roaming at the level of the astronaut’s eye, its front camera can detect that the person in front of him is actually Gerst, or some other. It is also designed to explain its emotional status.
CIMON will be operated by more than a dozen propellers so that he can help the jet around and avoid jumping into things within the Columbus module of the Space Lab.
“It is designed to work in English, it understands Alexander,” said Bright Greenstein, Global Vice President of Things Offer of Watting in IBM.
“When he speaks, he will come to her.”
All six crew members can talk to Simon on an orbital checkpoint, although it has been taught to work best with Gerst.
The goal of this flight is to demonstrate mainly the technical tasks.
Robots should be able to guide Gerst through various science processes, showing video or pictures as necessary.
Gerst, Robot could ask questions beyond the simple process by hand.
CIMON without any offline button, before a microphone, an infrared camera on the front, two batteries, and, perhaps, most importantly.
Once toggle to “offline”, Gerst can make sure that whatever he is saying has been streamed on IBM servers on Earth.
Once back, voice recordings are activated again.
One of the cargo ingredients is a project to measure the growth of the plant, called Echostress, and it is an experiment to learn how the lines of blood vessels increase in space to inform novel cancer treatment.