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Russian life-size robot, was launched on a mission to the International Space Station

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The Russian space agency Roscosmos has sent a life-size humanoid robot, is on a mission to the International Space Station.

The anthropomorphic robot, Skybot (F-850, it is a part of the space agency’s test of a new rocket that is expected to replace the current vehicle.

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In this photo taken on Friday, July 26, 2019, and will be distributed by the Space Agency, Roscosmos Press Service, the robot has to look like before they are loaded into the Soyuz capsule.
(Roscosmos Space Agency’s press office photo by AP)

The Soyuz capsule, which usually adds a space crew blasted off from the Russia-leased launch pad in Kazakhstan early on Thursday. The capsule was launched on a new Soyuz 2.1 a rocket, which will be used for the launching of the unmanned aerial vehicles. The new booster rocket is expected to replace the Soyuz-FG rocket will be next year.

The spacecraft will carry Skybot (F-850, is expected to link up with the orbiting space lab on Dec. 24, according to Roscosmos.

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Space.com reports Skybot (F-850, it is one of the latest versions of Russia’s FEDOR (the Last of the Experimental Demonstration of Object-space of the robots.

It is getting attention on social media.

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“Well done to #SkybotF850 May The Force be with you,” tweeted NASA is Watching a GIF of a dancing C-3PO.

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Skybot (F-850, it was the commander’s seat, with a little Russian flag in his right hand, sent out a tweet shortly after the jobs have to say in the first part of the on-board tests were carried out as planned.

The Associated Press contributed to this article.

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