New AI navigation prevents crashes in space

University of Cincinnati engineering graduate Himadri Pandey holds a mockup cube satellite in a UC lab as part of a student club called the UC CubeCats. UC engineers are developing collision-avoidance systems that one day will help autonomous robots service, assemble or manufacture satellites in orbit. Credit: Lisa Britton/UC Creative

What do you call a broken satellite?

Today, it’s a multimillion-dollar piece of dangerous space junk.
But a new collision-avoidance system developed by students at the University of Cincinnati is getting engineers closer to developing robots that can fix broken satellites or spacecraft in orbit.
UC College of Engineering …

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