NASA Team Has a Plan to Send a Humanoid Robot to the Moon

For … less than $200 million, along with about $250 million for a rocket — NASA engineers at the Johnson Space Center in Houston say they can safely send a humanoid robot to the Moon. And they say they could accomplish that in a thousand days.

Sending a robot to the Moon is far easier than sending a person. For one, a robot does not need air or food. And there is no return trip.

This reminds me a lot of

If a completely non-human robot can elicit that kind of pathos, how will people howl if we leave a little mechanical man to “die” on the moon?


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