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It’s 06:00am. It’s -8 degrees Celsius. I’m stood outside an unassuming building in a suburb of Innsbruck, Austria, wearing only shorts and t-shirt, waiting to begin a run through the darkness with 16 of the most impressive people I’ve ever […]
While chatting with a friend of mine I we started discussing our childhood aspirations. I mentioned to him that I remember wearing an old ski helmet and a coat hanger as a headset, flying my bunkbed to the Moon, and […]
How a broken leg was not a showstopper for Joao Lousada to become an analog astronaut.
In Stefan Dobrovolny’s blog post he writes about his thoughts on the analog astronaut selection and about his motivation becoming an analog astronaut.
Kartik Kumars writes about his impressions about the OeWF analog astronaut selection and how it felt beeing selected into the next round.
Carmen Köhler’s first impressions about the OeWF analog astronaut selection process, not knowing yet, that she will be selected into the final group.
Iñigo Muñoz Elorza, analog astronaut class of 2015, reports about his experience during the selection process and about his motivation to become an analog astronaut.
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