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'Zero-G' Airbus A300 for parabolic flights
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- Title 'Zero-G' Airbus A300 for parabolic flights
- Released 13/12/2001 2:22 pm
- Copyright ESA/Novespace
Since 1997, the 'Zero-G' Airbus A300 - the world's largest for parabolic flights - has been used by ESA, CNES, DLR and industrial customers to provide repeated microgravity periods of up to 20 seconds for research purposes. It is managed by Novespace, a subsidiary of CNES. ESA runs typically two parabolic campaigns annually. Scientists are regularly invited to submit experiment proposals for review and selection by peers.