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3D printing in space: What I learned from my astronaut mission – by Sabrina Kerber

3D printing in space: What I learned from my astronaut mission - by Sabrina Kerber

Written by David

June 24, 2020

Sabrina Kerber is a space architect and analogue astronaut from Austria. She is currently doing a master’s programme in architecture, with a specialisation on space architecture at VUT (Vienna University of Technology).

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Sabrina has collected valuable experience in the space sector at the United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs (UNOOSA) and with the European Space Agency’s EuroMoonMars (EMM) Team and International Lunar Exploration Working Group (ILWEG).

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In 2019, Sabrina was part of a lunar simulation at the renowned HI-SEAS habitat, where she acted as crew engineer. As founder and CEO of Explaneta Space Solutions, Sabrina has been working on leveraging the benefits of additive manufacturing for extra-terrestrial habitation. In December 2019, I embarked on a simulated astronaut mission in Hawaii. The EMMIHS-II mission is a collaboration between the European Space Agency (ESA) funded Euro Moon Mars Initiative (EMM), the International Lunar Exploration Working Group (ILEWG) and the […]

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