Video: SpaceShip EAC heading for the moon

February 17, 2016, European Space Agency

ESA's European Astronaut Centre (EAC) in Cologne, Germany, trains and prepares astronauts for their missions into space.

This video details how EAC is preparing and technology for missions to the moon as part of their SpaceShip EAC programme.

Credit: ESA

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ScottyB
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cool, great video

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