16. June 2019 @ 10:00 - 17:00Public
The German Aerospace Center (DLR) in Bonn is opening its doors for the second time on 16 June 2019 and is happy to welcome you to take a look behind the scenes at the DLR Project Management Agency, the Space Administration and the Project Management Agency for Aeronautics Research and Technology.
The visitors will be able to walk through a simulated ‘forest’ of neurons, practice reacting to allergic shock in children in a simulator, compete on the computer for efficient transport routes, explore the world of the red kite bird of prey and learn how to get involved in the environment and nature conservation.
Spin-offs from the space industry, a virtual journey to the International Space Station (ISS) and Jupiter’s moon Europe. Welcome CIMON®, the ISS’s mobile astronaut assistant, and get an impression of the engine of Ariane 6, Europe’s most powerful launch vehicle. Furthermore, visitors can expect impressive pictures and information about the 50th anniversary of the Moon landing, Copernicus and the flying observatory SOFIA.
Every passenger expects safety, reliability and quality when boarding an aircraft. We will show you how modern engine technology, advanced construction methods and, last but not least, digialisation in the cabin try to live up to these expectations.
In addition, DLR will also be presenting itself as an attractive employer.
10:30 Live Music: The MadSonix
Welcoming address by Klaus Hamacher, Deputy Chair of the DLR Executive Board and Walther Pelzer, Executive Board Member of the Space Administration
Greeting Ashok Sridharan, Lord Mayor of Bonn
12:15 Space Show
13:00 Presentation DLR Space Administration
13:30 Presentation DLR Project Management Agency
14:00 Presentation of the Project Management Agency for Aeronautics Research and Technology
14:45 Space Show
16:00 Live Music: YASSMO’ & the Soulfisticated People
On the day of the event, limited parking will be available in the multi-storey car park in Karl-Duwe-Straße and Joseph-Schumpeter-Allee. Please also use the parking areas in the immediate vicinity and consider travelling by public transport, including the tram (lines 62/66, stop Ramersdorf) and DB (stop Bonn-Oberkassel).
Pets on the premises: Pets are not permitted on the premises – we therefore ask you not to bring them with you.