Students from the University of Bremen test the fire scenario in a rocket experiment. The assembly of the scientific payload and the final acceptance reviews will take place at ZARM during the integration week of the REXUS/BEXUS...
4.000 Gäste besuchten den Fallturm Bremen und gingen gemeinsam mit den Mitarbeitenden des ZARM den Phänomenen unter Schwerelosigkeit auf den Grund.
For the second time, school teams in Bremen were asked to submit their proposals for participating in DroPS -Drop Tower Project for School Students. On November 20, the best ideas for scientific experiments were selected.
Anlässlich des 25-jährigen Jubiläums des Fallturm Bremen öffnet das ZARM am 15. November von 10:00-16:00 Uhr die Türen und Tore der Fallturmhalle.
The IAF General Assembly has decided: Bremen is going to host the 69th International Astronautical Congress in 2018.
ZARM-FAB is back from a successful BEXUS mission that occurred north of the polar circle in Sweden. 6 scientific experiments by university teams had to pass a tough testing period before they were launched on the 7th and 10th on...
The countdown has begun. The second German CanSat competition takes place from the 5th to the 9th of October, 2015 in Bremen and Rotenburg.
When in August 2014 Professor Claus Laemmerzahl learned that Galileo satellites 5 and 6 had not reached their designated orbits, he immediately had a vision of using them for his research on the general theory of relativity. Now...
By offering the membership the International Academy of Astronautics is honoring Professor Claus Lämmerzahl for his achievements in the field of space science.
The REXUS/BEXUS 2015 program is now open for proposals. For the 9th time, university students are getting the chance to send their experiments into the stratosphere or mesosphere.
The 100th anniversary of Einstein's Theory of General Relativity brings new public attention to the research of ZARM scientists who are involved in the European satellite mission...
On May 8, the "friends of ZARM" association awarded its annual prize to students for their outstanding bachelor and master thesis.
Honoring the 100th anniversary of Einstein's memorable speech on his Theory of General Relativity, a course of lectures on Einstein's revolutionary work will start on March 30, 2015 in the House of Science in Bremen.
In his latest paper, ZARM scientist Norman Gürlebeck proves that the no-hair theorem also holds for black holes in binary systems. Despite the distortion due to tidal forces, it is shown that non-rotating and uncharged black...
For three months, twelve pupils from Bremen schools have swapped their classroom for a lab in the Drop Tower Bremen to construct and conduct fluid experiments in weightlessness.
The Second German CanSat competition is now open. The contest offers teams from German schools the chance for a first experience of a real space mission.
With an experiment proposal on fire safety in space five students of the University of Bremen managed to convince the jury of the international REXUS Program.