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Warning: doing this prank raises your chances of being dumped by about 500%.

The video's author, James Williams, stated in his description, "I don't think I've ever seen a mouth open so wide screaming."

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The robots, known as Spheres (Synchronised Position Hold, Engage, Reorient, Experimental satellites), currently have limited capabilities.

It is hoped the smartphones, powered by Google's Project Tango, will equip the robots with more functionality.

The robots have been described by experts as "incredibly clever".

When Nasa's robots first arrived at the International Space Station in 2006, they were only capable of precise movements using small jets of CO2, which propelled the devices forwards at around an inch per second.

"We wanted to add communication, a camera, increase the processing capability, accelerometers and other sensors," Spheres project manager Chris Provencher told Reuters.
Via: Mark Rober
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Remember trying to find the best way to drop an egg from up high without letting it break?  This video shows some of the best ways to protect your eggs and explains the science behind it. 

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