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Appointment of DLR Senior Scientist

Dr. Diego Loyola, a scientist at the Remote Sensing Technology Institute (IMF), has been appointed “DLR Senior Scientist” by Mr. Klaus Hamacher and Prof. Johann-Dietrich Wörner of the executive board....
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First Visit by DLR’s New Executive Board Chairman, Prof. Pascale Ehrenfreund

On 6 October 2015 the Earth Observation Center (EOC) was privileged to welcome the new DLR executive board chairman, Prof. Pascale Ehrenfreund, on her first visit to DLR in Oberpfaffenhofen. After int...
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Physiological Variables

Apart from the electroencephalogram (EEG), the electrooculogram(EOG), the Electromyogram (EMG) (see Section Sleep) and the the computer-assisted performance tests, the study STRAIN will also use a who...
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Research Reports, Dissertations, Expert Opinion and Workshop Reports in Noise Effects Research of the Flight Physiology department in 2001-2010

(Die Institutsangehörigen sind fett markiert. Unter den angegebenen Links finden Sie die Abstracts der Paper und ggf. auch das Paper selbst, sofern dieses im Internet veröffentlicht werden darf.) ...
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The goal of the Eu:CROPIS mission (Euglena Combined Regenerative Organic food Production In Space) is to demonstrate the long term stability of a life support system. The system recycles biological wa...
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EuCPAD: Hardware for radiation tracking now on the ISS

The European astronaut Thomas Pesquet will start his journey into space not until November 2016 but parts of his mission experiments are already on the International Space Station (ISS). The hardware ...
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Eu:CROPIS – Growing tomatoes in space

A symbiotic community of bacteria, tomatoes and single-celled algae, synthetic urine and a satellite that simulates the gravity of the Moon or Mars by rotating around its axis – these elements make up...
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Artificial gravity, stress and a controlled environment

A short-arm centrifuge spins test subjects at six times Earth's gravity; a hypobaric chamber simulates an altitude of 5500 metres; and in the Psychology Laboratory a shuttle has to be docked with the ...
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