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Department Spacecraft (AS-RFZ)


The aerothermodynamic analysis and design activities of the Spacecraft Department mainly address research for hypersonic vehicles and spacecraft. The Department has been involved in all major German a...
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Related Topics: Launch Vehicles and Launch Operations Ground Support Systems and Facilities (Space) Spacecraft Design, Testing and Performance

System conditioning


Conditioning and qualification of complex systems from aviation and aerospace as well as traffic and energy technology
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Related Topics: Quality Assurance and Reliability Ground Support Systems and Facilities (Space) System Analysis

Delay Tolerant Network on the ISS


After the first successful tests in 2008 with the new Delay Tolerant Network (DTN) protocol via the Deep Impact probe and in another test scenario via the UK-DMC satellite NASA began using this protoc...
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HELIOS


HELIOS was the first US/German interplanetary mission. Launched in 1974 (HELIOS 1, 10 December 1974 - 15 March 1986) and 1976 (HELIOS 2, 15 January 1976 - 8 January 1981), the two German built (MBB) H...
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Related Topics: Ground Support Systems and Facilities (Space) Spacecraft Design, Testing and Performance Solar Physics

European Direct Access Facility enters operational status


In the context of a press event the cooperation partners DLR, EUSI and Digital Globe have celebrated the operational phase of the „European Direct Access Facility“ (DAF). Speakers from all partners em...
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SYMPHONIE A+B


Symphonie was a joint German-French telecommunications satellite programm. In June 1967, the governments of the French Republic and the Federal Republic of Germany signed an agreement on the definitio...
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Related Topics: Spacecraft Design, Testing and Performance Ground Support Systems and Facilities (Space)

SATCOMBw


SATCOMBw stands for the satellite-based communication system of the German Armed Forces. As part of SATCOMBW 2 are two dedicated satellites which have different positions in geostationary orbit.
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