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While the robot pictured above may seem sinister to those people who suffer from arachnophobia, in reality it’s one of the next extra vehicular robots (EVR) that NASA is working on for future space-borne construction projects. Appropriately named “Spidernaut” for its arachnid inspiration, it resembles its real-life counterpart enough that we agree we wouldn’t want to meet the thing in a dark alley.Built by teams at the Johnson Space Center, Spidernaut has been constructed to solve the unique challenges that the next generation of space flight present. With plans still in the works at NASA to send a manned vehicle to Mars and other heavenly destinations, the operational guidelines for the missions call for vehicles that are either too large or too fragile to be constructed here on Earth. NASA’s solution is to send several payloads into space to build space stations that will become space-docks. These stations will be the staging points for the construction of the vehicles needed to support human life during long inter-planetary journeys. To help with the building process, Spidernauts will be deployed to do work that would either be too dangerous or would require a level of control that would be difficult for a human in a space suit.The scientists at NASA liked the idea of using an arachnid-inspired EVR for the advantages its eight legs would bring to the table for space-borne construction. Using Spidernaut is advantageous because its eight legs will be able to spread the weight of the EVR out while traveling over structures that are in construction and the ability to straddle things like solar arrays and telescope mirrors while performing maintenance. This will allow the EVR to work on said structures without placing them in danger of being damaged by Spidernaut itself. The Spidernaut even has the ability to create its own web, just like a real spider, for use in traveling between two structures. Using space tethers, the EVR can create a support system that will allow it to crawl around to the different areas it needs to go. The inclusion of this ability is pure genius on NASA’s part as this support system will be able to bend and flex but not break, making it ideal for the rigors of space. Right now there is one working prototype in Houston that is being developed for future missions, and is being used as the basis for other EVR’s being built for different purposes.Read more at NASA’s Spidernaut site
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EL SEGUNDO – Pavol Demitra has scored the big goals, Mathieu Garon has made the big saves and Mattias Norstrom has patrolled the blue line with tremendous success, but if a vote was to be taken to determine the Kings’ first-half MVP, Eric Belanger would get significant support. Belanger, who has long been one of the Kings’ best defensive forwards, has developed an offensive flair this season, which is why Belanger and the Kings are being cautious about his groin injury. “He’s on the puck more,” Murray said. “He’s quicker, he’s on the puck and there’s more battle in his game. The first thing Luc will tell you is, ‘Well, the coach is using me more,’ and the first thing the coach will tell you is that the reason I’m using him more is that he’s doing those things. The player always says, ‘Play me more and I’ll play better,’ and the coach always says, ‘Play better and I’ll play you more.”‘ Robitaille, who is one goal from tying Marcel Dionne’s franchise record of 550, has said he simply needed time to play his way into shape after missing nine games with a broken bone in his leg. “I don’t know what the reason is,” Murray said. “Put it this way: I stand behind my reason to take him out, and I think there’s reason to play him more now. That’s always how we’ve operated. You earn your ice time, and Luc has earned his ice time.” Rich Hammond, (818) 713-3611 email@example.com 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORECoach Doc Rivers a “fan” from way back of Jazz’s Jordan Clarkson “From the perspective of setting a date (for his return), it’s hard now,” Belanger said, “but if it keeps progressing the way it is now, I’d probably say after the road trip. “Every day is better. It’s been a progression.” Injury report: Pavol Demitra (leg bruise) will miss a second consecutive game tonight. There is little change in the status of the Kings’ other nine players, although coach Andy Murray indicated that both Jeff Cowan (groin) and George Parros (ankle) were possibilities to play tonight. Murray said the Kings have had trouble determining when and how Demitra got hurt, because they can’t find any obvious incident on the game tape. X-rays revealed only a bruise. He’s back: Luc Robitaille, who was benched for three games last month by Murray because of his perceived substandard play, is enjoying a resurgence. Robitaille has played at least 16 minutes in each of the last three games. He scored two games and has had a handful of other quality scoring chances. Tonight’s game against the Mighty Ducks will mark the fifth consecutive game Belanger has missed with the second-degree strain, which is the second-most serious of the three categories. The Kings hoped Belanger might return for a two-game trip to Boston and Buffalo late this week, but that now seems unlikely. Belanger skated Sunday morning for the first time and said he felt good.