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Any usage of the data content of this website is at one’s own risk. The Austrian Space Forum does not give any guarantee for correctness or completeness of the presented information. Any liability for material or immaterial harm, which can be deduced from any kind of usage of this website, is therefore excluded on the merits.
The Austrian Space Forum has no means of control over the usage of the provided information on these pages. It therefore distances itself from any kind of information presented on other places and cannot take any kind of liability.
All links to other websites and their content are provided in the assumption that these sites and their content are legal and allowed. In case of this assumption not being true, the Austrian Space Forum distances itself explicitly from these links. Due to the careful choosing of any links the Forum does not take any liability and obligates itself to remove any link as soon as any illegality is known of.
The same applies for all information provided by third persons on this website.
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