31.08.2012 | ESA Astronaut Thomas Reiter visits GSI
On 28th August Astronaut and ESA director Thomas Reiter visited GSI Helmholtzzentrum für Schwerionenforschung and FAIR’s management. On a guided tour he took a look at the facilities, was informed on existing cooperations with GSI, dicussed future projects with FAIR and told stories about his journey to space in the GSI colloquium.
The European Space Agency ESA has big plans for the next years. Sending new satellites in space, bringing astronauts to the international space station ISS, landing rovers on Mars and Moon. Thomas Reiter, director of Human Spaceflight and the European Space Operations Centre ESOC in Darmstadt, talked about these topics at GSI colloquium.
Cosmic radiation from the GSI accelerator
Living in space
An orange like back then in space