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Robots for space applications require a level of autonomy while operating in highly unstructured environments that current control architectures cannot manage successfully. We investigated including predeveloped insect brain tissue into the control architecture of space exploratory vehicles. A doubly hybrid controller is proposed that hinges around the 'insect-in-a-cockpit' concept towards an evolution of the classical deliberative/reactive paradigm, featuring a biological (insect brain)doi:10.1163/156855309x443034 fatcat:nazotyopg5gnbiwox7hiis647m