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It’s been busy days both at the Mission Support Center (MSC) in Innsbruck and at Kepler Station in the desert of Oman: the AMADEE-18 isolation phase officially started on February 8th, 2018.
Below, you can see a video of the start of an Extravehicular Activity on February 9th; the two analog astronauts Kartik Kumar and Inigo Munoz are leaving the Kepler Station in full gear.
At the MSC, we’ve also had exciting days; a visit from Dr. Saleh, president of the Oman Astronomical Society was definitely one of the highlights so far. We showed him around the MSC and it was a great experience for everyone.
What else? A dust devil in Oman got everyone’s attention on EVA: see the video below!
— Austr. Space Forum (@oewf) February 9, 2018
If you yourself want to get involved, you can help spread the words with the hashtags #AMADEE18 #simulateMars! You can find our social media down at the bottom of the page.
And, last but not least; the stars in the desert are so, so beautiful…
This article is available in: German
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