Coheed and Cambria's Josh Eppard + Robonaut at NASA Johnson Space Cente
Rock band Coheed and Cambria's drummer Josh Eppard shakes Robonaut 2's hand at NASA's Johnson Space Center In Houston, Texas - Sept. 17th, 2014
Robonaut 2 Aboard the International Space Station
NASA astronaut Scott Kelly tweeted this photo of Robonaut 2, taken on the International Space Station, July 7, 2015.
Coheed and Cambria's Zach Stever Lifts Weights With Robonaut 2 at NASA Johnson Space Center
Rock band Coheed an Cambria's guitarist Zach Stever lifts weights with Robonaut 2 at NASA Johnson Space Center - Sept. 17th, 2014
Coheed and Cambria's Claudio Sanchez + Robonaut at NASA Johnson Space Center
Rock band Coheed and Cambria's Claudio Sanchez shakes Robonaut 2's hand at NASA's Johnson Space Center In Houston, Texas - Sept. 17th, 2014
NASA Astronaut Rick Mastracchio and Robonaut 2
NASA astronaut Rick Mastracchio posted this selfie snapshot of himself and NASA's Robonaut 2 robot on the International Space Station while taking part in the "Live From Space" broadcast on the National Geographic Channel on March 14, 2014.
Robonaut 2 Telemedicine Training with Doctor
NASA's Robonaut 2 and Dr. Zsolt Garami, of the Houston Methodist Research Institute, practice telemedicine techniques during a test of the robot's bedside manner. This image is a still from a NASA video documenting the Robonaut 2 test.
Robonaut 2 with a Medical Syringe
NASA's Robonaut 2 robot holds a syringe in gloved hands in this video still from a telemedicine training test using the dextrous humaoid robot.
Robonaut 2 Telemedicine Training
NASA's Robonaut 2 ground unit is seen with a mannequin during telemedicine training for ultrasound and injection tests. Robonaut 2 is a dextrous humanoid robot designed to help astronauts in space with a variety of tasks.
He's Got Leg, He Knows How to Use It
Robonaut B uses a "space leg" to secure itself to a mockup of the International Space Station. The leg apparatus allows Robonaut the freedom to use station handrails to reach a work site, then anchor itself during a spacewalk.
How Do You Like Me Now?
NASA's Robonaut made an appearance among the many exhibits at the Wirefly X Prize Cup '07 and Holloman Air and Space Expo.