Robot surgeon sent to International Space Station to dissect astronaut tissue

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Very soon, a robot surgeon may begin its practice in orbit — and though it won’t quite be a metallic, humanoid machine wearing a white coat and holding a scalpel, its mission is fascinating nonetheless.

On Tuesday, Jan. 30, scientists sent a number of innovative experiments to the International Space Station (ISS) via Northrop Grumman’s Cygnus spacecraft. The 8,200 lbs of cargo arrived safely on the ISS last Thursday (Feb. 1).

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