The first images from an internal ball anti – gravity space

The Japanese space exploration agency released the first images taken by the unmanned aerial camera called the Internal Ball, which was on board the International Space Station for more than a month, an anti-gravity drone controlled by a controller and then Ability to navigate anywhere and anytime via automatic flight and record images from any angle.

Before that, astronauts were able to take photos and videos on the flight, but this aircraft would allow them to focus on their work, with the aim of unloading about 10% of astronauts’ time on the International Space Station.

The following video shows the aircraft as it works:

The agency explained that this helps to enable flight observers and researchers on the ground to verify the work of the crew from the same point of view of the crew, and this effective collaborative work between space and land will maximize the benefits of the use of Kibo experiments.




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