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Print the AMADEE-20 Habitat in 3D!Do you have access to a 3D printer? If so, we have an exciting project for you! You can now print the AMADEE-20 habitat, complete with solar panels and the Mercator rover, based on our Mars simulation in Israel. We’ve […]
ESA Juice Social Space Event – two intense and unforgettable daysAs part of the ESAJuice Social Space Event on 12 and 13 April 2023, I had the wonderful opportunity to visit Experimenta, Germany’s largest science centre, in Heilbronn together with almost 40 like-minded people. Experience creates knowledge, that is the […]
New European satellite targets space debris detectionADLER-2 will search for space debris in orbit Link to videos and photos A new satellite that aims to further enhance orbital debris monitoring in low Earth orbit (LEO) and expand novel atmospheric sensing capabilities to study clouds and aerosols […]
New spacesuits for the Moon & beyondThis week NASA revealed the new Artemis III lunar spacesuit developed by Axiom Space. AxEMU (Axiom Extravehicular Mobility Unit) is a major redesign of planetary spacesuits in four decades. So, what are the new features of this brand-new Moon spacesuits […]
How strenuous is the work of analog astronauts? And why is this question important?The physical and mental stress that analog astronauts experience during a mission can be enormous. Outside temperatures around 30°C, the weight of the Aouda space suit simulator with about 50 kg and the additional stress caused by the exoskeletons to […]
Detecting space debris: How the small satellites ADLER-1 and ADLER-2 detect space debrisDetecting space debris:Weltraummüll ist ein wichtiges Thema für die Raumfahrtindustrie, und die beiden Space-Debris-Satelliten ADLER-1 und ADLER-2 sollen helfen, ihn aufzuspüren und zu analysieren. Die Datenanalysewird wesentlich vom Start-Up Tilebox unterstützt.Der Kleinsatellit ADLER-1 feierte erst kürzlich sein einjähriges Flug-Jubiläum. Mit dem vom […]
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