Russian humanoid robot Fedor to travel to space

Fedor has the ambitious task of putting Russia ahead in the space race.

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    Fedor, a robot whose movements can mimic that of a human, is making waves in Russia.

    Moscow is flying it to the International Space station. And for two weeks, it will be working alongside Russian crew members.

    Al Jazeera's Step Vaessen reports on Moscow's plans to claim the lead in the space race.


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