Space travel in Austria
Page about the Austrian cosmonaut Dipl.-Ing. Franz Viehboeck
"RLF" (Russian Longterm-Flight) was an Austrian-Russian joint research project in the range of astronautics physiology and -medicine. Based on the experiences and developments of the project AUSTROMIR-91, it came in the years 1993 to 1997 to partly unexpected, new biomedical results.
Russian Longterm Flight (RLF)
"BRITE" (BRight Target Explorer) Constellation is a group of actual 6 Nanosatelittes to investigate the brightest stars in the sky. Three countries contribute satellites: Astria BRITE-AUSTRIA (TUGSAT-1) and UniBRITE. Poland BRITE-PL (called "LEM") and BRITE-PL2 and Canada with BRITE-CA1 und BRITE-CA2. BRITE-AUSTRIA and UniBRITE will be the first launched and operated satellites.
The TUGSAT-1/BRITE-Austria Project
The UniBRITE/BRITE-Austria Project
Page from the Agency of Aerospace from the FFG
Page from the Institute of Adaptive & Spaceflight Physiology (IAP)
Page from the Space Research Institute of the Austrian Academy of Sciences