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German Aerospace Center – DLR

German Aerospace Center

  • Spacecraft: Mars Express | Rosetta | Dawn
  • Abbreviation: DLR
  • Administrator: Anke Kaysser-Pyzalla
  • Country: DEU

German Aerospace Center is a Government space agency that was established in 1969. German Aerospace Center has 0 successful launches and 0 failed attempts, with a cumulative tally of 0 launches, currently with 0 pending launches in the pipeline. German Aerospace Center has a tally of 0 attempted booster landings, of which 0 failed and 0 successful booster landings recorded.

The German Aerospace Center is Germany’s Center for aerospace, energy, and transportation research. Their main work is as a contributor to the ESA. They have done work both in tandem with the US on Space Shuttle and the ISS, and also with other European Nations on missions like Space Lab and Mars Express.

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