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A bordo di un volo parabolico per fare ricerca a gravità zero

Alle 11 di giovedì 11 giugno l’airbus con a bordo 35 ricercatori di tutto il mondo è decollato dall’aeroporto militare di Dübendorf in Svizzera. Nelle due ore di volo previste, l’apparecchio ha compiuto 16 manovre paraboliche - salite e discese seguendo una particolare traiettoria - che hanno creato all’interno della fusoliera una condizione di gravità zero per 22 secondi ciascuna, proprio come nello spazio.

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Chatting all things altitude related, Rachel Turner, altitude physiologist at the Institute of Mountain Emergency Medicine, tells us more about terraXcube – Eurac Research’s extraordinary new centre for extreme climate simulation.

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New winter mountaineering project for Simone Moro and Tamara Lunger

A Eurac Research study on acclimatisation and de-acclimatisation will take place in the terraXcube centre for the simulation of extreme climates.

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In April 2019 terraXcube opened its doors to experts in high altitude and mountain emergency medicine. They gathered from all around the world to explore the potential of Eurac Research’s unique extreme climate chamber. From NASA missions to Mars to breakthroughs in pharmaceutical trials … terraXcube has the potential to enable researchers to push the frontiers of knowledge.

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Eine internationale Studie unter Leitung von Eurac Research definiert Kriterien, um Überlebenschancen richtig einzuschätzen.

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“We talk about what we do not know, because that is the only way we can advance”.

Eurac Research has invited leading international experts in altitude medicine and emergency medicine to a one-day gathering in Bolzano on 5 April to explore research opportunities in the extreme climate simulator the terraXcube.

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Eurac Research feiert die Fertigstellung des Extremklimasimulators terraXcube.

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Increasing human security and sustainable development in mountainous regions worldwide

Eurac Research and United Nations University are strengthening their cooperation with the aim of improving the living conditions of people in mountainous regions.

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