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17 November 2017 - Maike Bialek

Space tech tours in Bremen

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Did you know that Bremen is one of Europe’s most important hubs for space technology? This city is full of surprises! ;-) We have put together a short video to give you an impression of our space tech tour at the Airbus Defence and Space centre. This is where the upper stage of the Ariane rocket is built and where Europe’s contribution to the International Space Station (ISS), which has been orbiting Earth since 2007, is assembled. During the guided tour, you will learn all about the technology, watch the scientists go about their work, and – inside an exact replica of the ISS – explore how astronauts live, sleep, eat and work in space.

You can book the guided tour in English on our homepage.

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