This Jumping robot can jump a recording-breaking 107 feet into the air. A team of researchers created the robot while investigating the difference between biological and mechanical jumpers.
The researchers published a paper on the record-breaking jumping robot in the journal Nature.
Robots such as these mean a lot when it comes to space. For example, if they were to use this robot on the moon, it would jump as high as 410 feet. This would allow for easier movement around the moon.