Tuesday, 25 August 2009


With that kind of Orson Wells headline, who wouldn't be interested to read further?

The next "German Aerospace Day" will happen on SUNDAY (thanks for the correction) 20 September 2009 (10:00 - 18:00) right here in our very own backyard. Entrance for all main events is free and there will be something for everyone. On display will be all sorts of research in materials science, satellites, health care for astronauts (along with Astronauts - even the new ones), various military aircraft and research aircraft, simulations galore and even a bouncy cage or two for the kids to jump around in.
They'll even have an Airbus 380 at the Cologne/Bonn airport, the Airbus Zero-G plane, and if you're really determined and are able to find me on that day at the European Astronaut Center, I'll show you the secret room where we keep all the little green aliens.

You can see a live broadcast below of the program from the main stage (mainly in German) live from 10:00 to 20:00hrs on Sunday 20th September.

Map: ESA

View Larger Map Note: There are also elements happening elseware e.g. the airport.

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