ESA sucht neue Astronautinnen und Astronauten

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For the first time in over a decade, the European Space Agency (ESA) is seeking new astronauts.
This one-hour-long briefing with ESA experts and astronauts outlines the selection criteria and desirable traits for astronauts. It also provides further detail around the Parastronaut Feasibility Project and astronaut reserve, as well as ESA’s vision for the next 10 years of human and robotic exploration.

Participants:
Samantha Cristoforetti, ESA astronaut
Alexander Gerst, ESA astronaut
Josef Aschbacher, future ESA Director General
Chiara Manfletti, Head of Policy and Programme Coordination Department
Rüdiger Seine, Space Training Team Leader
Dagmar Boos, Head of Human Resources Competence and Policy Centre

Moderator:
Jules Grandsire, Communication Department

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4 Comments

  1. Ich hoffe sehr, dass ich mich für die nächste Rekrutierung nach Abschluss meines Medizinstudiums und etwas Berufserfahrung bewerben kann, die Voraussetzungen würden alle schon mal zutreffen! Ich dachte nicht, dass ich irgendwann Mal die Möglichkeit dazu bekomme, aber das löst wirklich Glücksgefühle aus! Ist man nach der Rekrutierung den Rest seines Lebens Astronaut und arbeitet nebenher im eigentlichen Beruf weiter? Machen einige Astronauten das so? Ich bin sehr aufgeregt und freue mich auf das was kommt!

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