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NASA woke up a robot 'Queen' on the ISS, and it's there to help

Have we learned nothing from Star Trek? After all the trouble the alien Borg collective caused Captain Picard and his crew, you might think NASA would shy away from "queen" and "hive" nomenclature when it comes to real-life robots. Well, a "Queen" robot is now awake on the International Space Station and it's part of a "hive."

But not to fear, the ISS robot collective consists of three cube-shaped (for realsies) floating robots that just want to help humans conduct research and experiments up in orbit.

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