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If space is an ocean, then the Moon is our nearest island. An island that last saw human visitors in December 1972, when the final Apollo mission returned home.

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Spaceship EAC: 3D printing parts for the Moon

Swedish master student Billy Grundström is undertaking a 6-month internship at ESA’s European Astronaut Centre (EAC) in Cologne, Germany, where he’s 3D printing parts from simulated Moon dust and a bio-additive in preparation for lunar living.

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Artemis introducing Ersa – European experiment to monitor radiation in deep space

(English) The ESA human spaceflight experiment to fly farthest from Earth now has a name: ERSA (European Radiation Sensors Array). Destined for the Gateway, an international outpost in lunar orbit, ERSA will monitor radiation and return vital data.

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(English) Spaceship EAC: top tech for astronaut health

(English) With a background in electrical and biomedical engineering, Justin Dalrymple from Canada found his ideal 6-month internship at ESA’s European Astronaut Centre (EAC) in Cologne, Germany.

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(English) Astronaut urine for building a Moon base

Désolé, cet article est seulement disponible en Anglais Américain.

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(English) Spaceship EAC: Augmented reality for astronauts

(English) Media design student Paul Njayou from Germany is undertaking his Master’s internship at ESA’s European Astronaut Centre (EAC) in Cologne, Germany. Over the past six months he’s been working on a project to determine how augmented reality (AR) could help astronauts operate equipment and experiments on the International Space Station, and even farther from our planet, by overlaying information onto their surroundings.

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Spaceship EAC heading for the Moon

Experts at ESA’s European Astronaut Centre (EAC) in Cologne, Germany, train and prepare astronauts for their missions into space. Find out how the next generation is contributing to ESA's work to explore even farther through the Spaceship EAC initiative.

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