"Take me home" system automatically brings back astray astronauts

It’s a nightmare scenario. An unconscious astronaut on a spacewalk gone wrong floats off into deep space with no way to get back and no way for anyone to reach them. To prevent this from happening, engineering firm Charles Draper Laboratory has patented a “take me home” automatic rescue system that allows a disabled or disoriented astronaut to return to safety at the push of a button…
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