AMADEE-15 Recap

This was the OeWF Mars Simulation at the Kaunertal Glacier

The AMADEE-15 Mars Simulation took places between 3rd – 15.th  August 2015 at the Kaunertaler Glacier, Austria. Together with international partners we conducted experiments to path the way for future human Mars mission. The international AMADEE-15 mission is the highest ever conducated simulation of a human Mars mission worldwide. Rock glaciers at the Kaunertal Alps served as Mars analog site. AMADEE-15 is an analog mission for future human expeditions to ice regions on Mars.

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Paper on AMADEE-15 published in Acta Astronautica

Paper on AMADEE-15 published in Acta Astronautica

OeWF analog missions follow three priorities: safety, science and simulation. After making sure that missions are performed safely and no one gets hurt, the prime objective is to advance scientific understanding by conducting experiments, analyzing the data and sharing the […]
European Mars Society Conference 2016 – From Simulation to Reality

European Mars Society Conference 2016 – From Simulation to Reality

After a bus ride through the picturesque landscape of Italy, I arrived in Bergamo at the European Mars Society Conferece, full of expectations and ready to discuss the future of Mars exploration. As it turned out, I should not be […]
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The AMADEE-15 Mars Simulation was supported by:
AMADEE-15 Industrie-Partner

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