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Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Alfred Krabbe

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Barbara Klett

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Dr.-Ing. Thomas Keilig

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Dipl.-Ing. Michael Hütwohl

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Dr. rer. nat. Jürgen Wolf

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Prof. Dr.-Ing. Jörg Wagner

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Dr. rer. nat. Dörte Mehlert


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A Bit Closer to the Stars: Four German Educators Experience Ongoing Research Aboard SOFIA

May 18, 2016

Dean of school is enthusiastic

In mid-May four German educator participated in a SOFIA research flight: Till Credner (Progymnasium Rosenfeld, Baden-Württemberg), Matthias Hünsch (Wichern-Schule, Hamburg), Andreas Lauer (Gymnasium Holzkirchen, Bayern) und Manuel Vogel (Gymnasium Spaichingen, Baden-Württemberg) took off on board SOFIA at 8:03 pm from Palmdale in California to experience how the close cooperation of US American and German engineers and scientists allows modern research at altitude up to about 43,000 feet (13 km). Due to the time shift between Germany and California the students could track their respective teacher‘s flight in the morning from school on https://de.flightaware.com/live/flight/NASA747.

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A Bit Closer to the Stars: Four German Educators Experience Ongoing Research Aboard SOFIA

May 18, 2016

Dean of school is enthusiastic

In mid-May four German educator participated in a SOFIA research flight: Till Credner (Progymnasium Rosenfeld, Baden-Württemberg), Matthias Hünsch (Wichern-Schule, Hamburg), Andreas Lauer (Gymnasium Holzkirchen, Bayern) und Manuel Vogel (Gymnasium Spaichingen, Baden-Württemberg) took off on board SOFIA at 8:03 pm from Palmdale in California to experience how the close cooperation of US American and German engineers and scientists allows modern research at altitude up to about 43,000 feet (13 km). Due to the time shift between Germany and California the students could track their respective teacher‘s flight in the morning from school on https://de.flightaware.com/live/flight/NASA747.

» more »

 

A Bit Closer to the Stars: Four German Educators Experience Ongoing Research Aboard SOFIA

May 18, 2016

Dean of school is enthusiastic

In mid-May four German educator participated in a SOFIA research flight: Till Credner (Progymnasium Rosenfeld, Baden-Württemberg), Matthias Hünsch (Wichern-Schule, Hamburg), Andreas Lauer (Gymnasium Holzkirchen, Bayern) und Manuel Vogel (Gymnasium Spaichingen, Baden-Württemberg) took off on board SOFIA at 8:03 pm from Palmdale in California to experience how the close cooperation of US American and German engineers and scientists allows modern research at altitude up to about 43,000 feet (13 km). Due to the time shift between Germany and California the students could track their respective teacher‘s flight in the morning from school on https://de.flightaware.com/live/flight/NASA747.

» more »

 

A Bit Closer to the Stars: Four German Educators Experience Ongoing Research Aboard SOFIA

May 18, 2016

Dean of school is enthusiastic

In mid-May four German educator participated in a SOFIA research flight: Till Credner (Progymnasium Rosenfeld, Baden-Württemberg), Matthias Hünsch (Wichern-Schule, Hamburg), Andreas Lauer (Gymnasium Holzkirchen, Bayern) und Manuel Vogel (Gymnasium Spaichingen, Baden-Württemberg) took off on board SOFIA at 8:03 pm from Palmdale in California to experience how the close cooperation of US American and German engineers and scientists allows modern research at altitude up to about 43,000 feet (13 km). Due to the time shift between Germany and California the students could track their respective teacher‘s flight in the morning from school on https://de.flightaware.com/live/flight/NASA747.

» more »

 

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