Austrian Space Forum (OeWF)

we are a network of space professionals and people with a passion for spaces in collaboration with national and international research, industry & policy institutions

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The OeWF conducts interdisciplinary research together with international partners on exploration strategies for future human Mars expeditions.

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Experts of the Austrian Space Forum share their knowledge and independent opinions on current space topics: unbiased, factual and reliable.

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Upcoming Events

Nov 2017
27.11.2017 - 02.12.2017: Beyond Earth Orbit: Solar System Exploration and Spacesuits
Jan 2018
13.01.2018 - 14.01.2018: Austrian Space Ball
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Recent OeWF blog entries
From Space Unicorns to Ground Support

From Space Unicorns to Ground Support

Hello everyone, my Name is Sarah and I am a 19-year-old physics student from Innsbruck. After one month of working for the Austrian Space Forum it is now my turn to tell you what I’ve experienced so far. My story […]
From Thailand to Mars

From Thailand to Mars

Reaching half-time at my internship with the Austrian Space Forum (OeWF), it is now my turn to tell you more about it. But first some facts about me: I am Sofia Rosa Puleo from Vienna, 19 years old and will […]
This was the European Mars Conference 2017

This was the European Mars Conference 2017

For the first time, the European Mars Conference (EMC) took place in Innsbruck, Austria (22-24 September 2017). Together with the University of Innsbruck, we had the pleasure to host about 60 participants from all over Europe. Student Forum on Friday, […]
Artificial screwdrivers and decision making

Artificial screwdrivers and decision making

Facebook can be a waste of time–full of cat pictures and click-bait articles–but I would not sit here in the suit lab today, if I had not scrolled down my endless feed one night last December when I discovered a […]
To Mars and back again

To Mars and back again

Since I, Marko Lovric, a 23-year old physics student from Innsbruck, started at the Austrian Space Forum (OeWF), I could have travelled to Mars and back again, that’s just one thing of all the stuff that I learned. Some of […]
From coding to video walls

From coding to video walls

My name is Thiemo, I grew up in Innsbruck and I’ve been part of the Austrian Space Forum for about one year now. I first found out about the OeWF and its missions in 2013 when my High School class […]

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