Projects before 2015
a look back at our early projects
The OeWF’s high-tech stratospheric balloon. The passepartout stratosphere balloon system has been developed for flights up to 30-40km height. The specifically developed payload pod could carry experiments of up to 1.2kg into the stratosphere, as well as send telemetric data and follow commands from a ground station.
“Exploring Mars. Discovering Earth” was a campaign of networked Mars analog demonstrations to celebrate World Space Week (WSW) 2013 from 4-10 October 2013. The events were coordinated from the WSW 2013 Mission Control Center, located at the Austrian Space Forum (OeWF) in Innsbruck, Austria.
Isolation experiments at sea. In November 2007, a 6-person crew started out on a Katameran in a month-long sailing adventure from La Rochelle on the French Atlantic coast in the direction of Guadeloupe in the Caribbean. On board: Human factors research experiments of the OeWF,
Emergency Managment during Zero-G Schwerelosigkeit. An internationales Team of young scientist participated in the 37th ESA Parabolic flight campaign in Bordeaux, France. They successfully conducted comparative studies for airway management for the first time during Zero-G.
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