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A recent comment said telerobotic surgery might be used in space, a follow up comment said that multiple minute light delays would complicate it.

But I wonder if just the fact that being in orbit, and the communication complications of the would make it logistically unfeasible.

A recent comment said telerobotic surgery might be used in space a follow up comment said that multiple minute light delays would complicate it.

But I wonder if just the fact that being in orbit, and the communication complications of the would make it logistically unfeasible.

A recent comment said telerobotic surgery might be used in space, a follow up comment said that multiple minute light delays would complicate it.

But I wonder if just the fact that being in orbit, and the communication complications of the would make it logistically unfeasible.

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Is telerobotic surgery logistically feasible in orbit?

A recent comment said telerobotic surgery might be used in space a follow up comment said that multiple minute light delays would complicate it.

But I wonder if just the fact that being in orbit, and the communication complications of the would make it logistically unfeasible.