Meet the International Space Station’s adorable camera drone
Jul 17, 2017 - Engadget
The Int-Ball could make astronauts more efficient on the ISS. JAXA says crew members spend 10 percent of their working hours with a camera in hand, photographing work or equipment that requires further evaluation. A floating camera drone could, in theory, alleviate the crew of that responsibility, giving them more time to conduct experiments and carry out repairs. The Int-Ball was delivered to...
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Jul 17, 2017
Fun was had flying the DJI Spark – only one minor crash. If you’re flying a drone in a public place like a park, you’re going to get some looks. While consumer drones are becoming more widely available and more popular, they’re still novel to most consumers. Until recently, most drones were too big and conspicuous to comfortably take anywhere, not to Read more...
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+Comment Devon and Cornwall Police is launching its drone-equipped aerial surveillance team today. The flying spy team was first established two years ago on a trial basis and has now been made a permanent unit within D&C Police. Its remit is to provide the same sort of aerial surveillance that the force helicopter provided but at a cheaper cost. The Read more...
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Unmanned cargo craft docks at International Space Station226 miles (364 kilometres) above Earth - 26 April 2013 1. Earth seen from camera onboard the International Space Station 2. Satellite images of Russian cargo ...