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How to build a robot arm that can flex in the moon's frigid south pole

NASA’s next trip to the moon will explore its south pole, an area that gets even colder than Mars. So scientists need a robotic arm system that can function in temperatures as low as minus 280 F.

Source: Los Angeles Times

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