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    3D printer with respiratory mask

    3D printer with respiratory mask

    2020.03.28

    Respiratory masks can be produced in this 3D printer.

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    3D printer with valves for ventilators

    3D printer with valves for ventilators

    2020.03.27

    Valves for ventilators have been successfully produced in this 3D printer.

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    A virtual aircraft cabin

    A virtual aircraft cabin

    2020.03.24

    A virtual aircraft cabin – it links geometry and all of the data together to visualise and assess innovative cabin designs.

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    InDiCaD - Fuselage designs for the future

    Fuselage designs for the future

    2020.03.24

    Fuselage designs for the future – InDiCaD is researching possible new uses for the underfloor area to accommodate additional passengers and cargo, along with the associated extra safety requirements for fuselages.

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    Usable space throughout the entire fuselage

    Usable space throughout the entire fuselage

    2020.03.24

    Usable space throughout the entire fuselage – this shows one possible use for the underfloor area, in the form of sleeping cabins.

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     Video still Ryugu

    Surface temperature of asteroid Ryugu during the day

    Credit: JAXA, Hayabusa2 TIR team  |  Download
    Length: 00:00:10
    The Japanese Hayabusa2 orbiter observed Ryugu in the thermal infrared – from 8-12 micrometres – with its Thermal Infrared Imager (TIR). This animation shows the temperature distribution on the day side over a period of approximately 1.5 asteroid days. One day/night cycle on Ryugu lasts 7.63 hours. The false colours show the surface temperature in Kelvin, in accordance with the scale on the right-hand side. After ‘sunrise’ on the asteroid, the asteroid warms up relatively quickly from 230 Kelvin (minus 43 degrees Celsius, dark blue colour fringes on the left) to 300 Kelvin (27 degrees Celsius, orange) and cools down again quickly to 230 Kelvin after ‘sunset’ (blue fringes on the right). The fast warming indicates a low density and also high porosity of the material with many voids in the asteroid. The extremely even temperature distribution on the day side indicates a very homogeneous surface material.
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    video still - Europlanet2020

    The Planetary Spectroscopy Laboratory (PSL) at the DLR Institute of Planetary Research

    Credit: Europlanet/madebygravity.co  |  Download
    Length: 00:03:06
    Video about the Planetary Spectroscopy Laboratory (PSL) at the DLR Institute of Planetary Research. It is part of the 'Europlanet 2024 Research Infrastructure' and enables scientists from all over the world to carry out spectroscopic measurements on material samples at extremely high temperatures, such as those found on Mercury and Venus.
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    DLR - Video still - Video: ISTAR addresses technology, simulation and digitalisation – statement by DLR Executive Board Member Rolf Henke

    ISTAR addresses technology, simulation and digitalisation – statement by DLR Executive Board Member Rolf Henke

    Credit: DLR (CC-BY 3.0)  |  Download
    Length: 00:00:57
    "Today, a new era has dawned at DLR. With ISTAR – which addresses technology, simulation and digitalisation – we will shape the future of air transport," said Rolf Henke, DLR Executive Board Member for Aeronautics, on the day the new DLR research aircraft was officially rolled out.
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    Still video: Official ISTAR rollout in Braunschweig

    Video: DLR research aircraft ISTAR – a new star in the sky of aeronautical research

    Credit: DLR  |  Download
    Length: 00:03:17
    From ATTAS to ATRA to the youngest member of the DLR research fleet – ISTAR. Its name stands for ‘In-flight Systems and Technology Airborne Research’. It is a flying simulator and the next evolutionary step in modern airborne research.
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    Preview image: DLR Göttingen tests commercial payload platform for the International Space Station

    DLR Göttingen tests commercial payload platform for the International Space Station

    Length: 00:00:51
    DLR Göttingen tests commercial payload platform for the International Space Station

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