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India Develops ‘Half-Humanoid’ to Mimic Crew Before Country’s First Manned Space Mission

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India Develops ‘Half-Humanoid’ to Mimic Crew Before Country’s First Manned Space Mission

India Develops ‘Half-Humanoid’ to Mimic Crew Before Country’s First Manned Space Mission

In preparation for India’s first manned space flight, it unveiled a humanoid that it will use for its tests.

Veuer’s Justin Kircher has the story.

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