9 febbraio 20224th SpaceLand workshop
1-5 Sept 2022 Mauritius !
Democratizing people’s access to Space and microgravity STEAMM benefits for all citizens,
an unparalleled 5-day workshop in the paradise island of Mauritius !
In collaboration with
International Astronautical Federation - Committee ITACCUS, International Lunar Exploration Working Group (ILEWG), EuroMoonMars, ArtMoonMart, Cafè Scientifique Mauritius, Think STEAM, SpaceLand Africa Ltd and many others.
On this website, please click to download program and details to apply
Allegati: PROGRAM & APPLICATION FORM
Day: 9 December 2020 Time: 14:00 Central European Time
Carlo Viberti ed il suo team,
grazie a Marte, per città più verdi e più sane sulla Terra
The first habitat on Mars can be crucial for a new life-quality on planet Earth….
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SpaceLand© is showcasing a new model for Space business: merging public engagement in Space with microgravity research. coupling ground with flight activities, techno-scientific research and test opportunities in weightlessness are mixed with science edutainment and aerospace tourism open to the general public, in several Countries and through several ad-hoc facilities. It capitalizes on SpaceLand’s legacy on board parabolic flights from the NASA Space Shuttle L.F with ICT and biomed payloads operated together with the world’s youngest (11-yr-old Kim Marco Viberti), world’s oldest (93-yr-old Cesare Massano) and first 100% disabled person (Elma Schippa, in April 2005) test subjects for 0-G R&D, also for research groups led by a Nobel-Prize-winner. This novel multi-faceted business provides much-needed novel flight services, generates new jobs and socio-economic stimuli for the involved territories: such goals are facilitated thanks to a first network of ground Centers of Excellence for microgravity STEMM (Techno-Sciences, Engineering, Math & Medicine), including R&D, Education and Tourism initiatives through up to six parabolic flight platforms on board the world's largest single-aisle aircrafts modified to fly as new Mars-gravity, Moon-gravity, Zero-gravity vehicles, also serving as aero-launch platform for rockets, world-wide. For the ground segment, people and payloads get prepared at SpaceLand Centers, where proprietary underwater and ground-based microgravity facilities and laboratories can be utilized within immersive "Mars-base-like” environments, before boarding flight missions at the world's lowest cost per parabolic flight seat, for up to 30 minutes of cumulative Mars-gravity time. The flight segment also includes aero-launch services from such aircrafts also serving as first stage for rockets to be aero-launched from the high troposphere. The ground segment has already been presented at United Nations' level even by a well-known scientist in her capacity as Head of State of one of the Countries involved, for Africa: see https://youtu.be/2RthuFMcdfg. This multi-disciplinary business approach showcases an actual democratization of Space, providing large ROI to shareholders and enabling almost everybody to access Space-related techno-scientific or touristic services without those hundreds of thousand dollars-minimum price-tags charged by space-moguls for short sub-orbital joyrides: the societal relevance for such a transformative “Space for All” approach is deemed not to be negligible also for Governments, insofar as this business concept can aggregate knowledge and passion with hand-on tools triggering progress and innovation in technology, sciences and biomedicine, thanks to the uniqueness of weightlessness, while also inspiring young generations for STEMM and future-facing planetary exploration, bringing anybody at the edge of Space (https://youtu.be/ywHjSqZux2s)
All the phases on ground and underwater to become a SpaceLander and get prepared for an application to an astronaut job for techno-science or space tourism purposes
1 ottobre 2020Veterano voli NASA / ESA Viberti in Calabria per allenarsi in vista di nuove missioni nello spazio
Ha scelto Soverato per le sue sessioni di addestramento psico-fisico di terra e subacqueo in vista dei nuovi voli in microgravità, l’ingegnere aerospaziale torinese Carlo Viberti, alla continua ricerca di ambienti che possano simulare le condizioni dettaglio