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CAVES2016 – Exploration Day 6
11-07-2016 09:58 AM CEST

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CAVES2016 - Exploration Day 6

Cavenauts with support and ground teams after exiting the cave. Mission complete!

Astronauts from five space agencies around the world are taking part in ESA’s CAVES training course – Cooperative Adventure for Valuing and Exercising human behaviour and performance Skills.

The two-week course prepares astronauts to work safely and effectively in multicultural teams in an environment where safety is critical.

As they explore the caves of Sardinia they will encounter caverns, underground lakes and strange microscopic life. They are testing new technology and conducting science – just as if they were living on the International Space Station. The six astronauts relying on their own skills, teamwork and ground control to achieve their mission goals – the course is designed to foster effective communication, decision-making, problem-solving, leadership and team dynamics.

This year is the first international space cooperation to involve astronauts from China, Russia, Japan, ESA and America, with cosmonaut Sergei Vladimirovich, ESA astronaut Pedro Duque, taikonaut Ye Guangfu, Japanese astronaut Aki Hoshide and NASA astronauts Ricky Arnold and Jessica Muir taking part.

Follow CAVES via twitter @ESA_CAVES or with #CAVES2016 or on the CAVES blog.

Credits: ESA-V.Crobu

CAVES2016 – Exploration Day 6
11-07-2016 09:55 AM CEST

europeanspaceagency posted a photo:

CAVES2016 - Exploration Day 6

Cavenauts Guanfu and Jessica doing the last procedures.

Astronauts from five space agencies around the world are taking part in ESA’s CAVES training course – Cooperative Adventure for Valuing and Exercising human behaviour and performance Skills.

The two-week course prepares astronauts to work safely and effectively in multicultural teams in an environment where safety is critical.

As they explore the caves of Sardinia they will encounter caverns, underground lakes and strange microscopic life. They are testing new technology and conducting science – just as if they were living on the International Space Station. The six astronauts relying on their own skills, teamwork and ground control to achieve their mission goals – the course is designed to foster effective communication, decision-making, problem-solving, leadership and team dynamics.

This year is the first international space cooperation to involve astronauts from China, Russia, Japan, ESA and America, with cosmonaut Sergei Vladimirovich, ESA astronaut Pedro Duque, taikonaut Ye Guangfu, Japanese astronaut Aki Hoshide and NASA astronauts Ricky Arnold and Jessica Muir taking part.

Follow CAVES via twitter @ESA_CAVES or with #CAVES2016 or on the CAVES blog.

Credits: ESA-V.Crobu

CAVES2016 – Exploration Day 5
11-07-2016 09:54 AM CEST

europeanspaceagency posted a photo:

CAVES2016 - Exploration Day 5

50 shades of caves!

Astronauts from five space agencies around the world are taking part in ESA’s CAVES training course – Cooperative Adventure for Valuing and Exercising human behaviour and performance Skills.

The two-week course prepares astronauts to work safely and effectively in multicultural teams in an environment where safety is critical.

As they explore the caves of Sardinia they will encounter caverns, underground lakes and strange microscopic life. They are testing new technology and conducting science – just as if they were living on the International Space Station. The six astronauts relying on their own skills, teamwork and ground control to achieve their mission goals – the course is designed to foster effective communication, decision-making, problem-solving, leadership and team dynamics.

This year is the first international space cooperation to involve astronauts from China, Russia, Japan, ESA and America, with cosmonaut Sergei Vladimirovich, ESA astronaut Pedro Duque, taikonaut Ye Guangfu, Japanese astronaut Aki Hoshide and NASA astronauts Ricky Arnold and Jessica Muir taking part.

Follow CAVES via twitter @ESA_CAVES or with #CAVES2016 or on the CAVES blog.

Credits: ESA-V.Crobu

CAVES2016 – Exploration Day 5
11-07-2016 09:53 AM CEST

europeanspaceagency posted a photo:

CAVES2016 - Exploration Day 5

Wonderland exists undergound!

Astronauts from five space agencies around the world are taking part in ESA’s CAVES training course – Cooperative Adventure for Valuing and Exercising human behaviour and performance Skills.

The two-week course prepares astronauts to work safely and effectively in multicultural teams in an environment where safety is critical.

As they explore the caves of Sardinia they will encounter caverns, underground lakes and strange microscopic life. They are testing new technology and conducting science – just as if they were living on the International Space Station. The six astronauts relying on their own skills, teamwork and ground control to achieve their mission goals – the course is designed to foster effective communication, decision-making, problem-solving, leadership and team dynamics.

This year is the first international space cooperation to involve astronauts from China, Russia, Japan, ESA and America, with cosmonaut Sergei Vladimirovich, ESA astronaut Pedro Duque, taikonaut Ye Guangfu, Japanese astronaut Aki Hoshide and NASA astronauts Ricky Arnold and Jessica Muir taking part.

Follow CAVES via twitter @ESA_CAVES or with #CAVES2016 or on the CAVES blog.

Credits: ESA-V.Crobu

CAVES2016 – Exploration Day 5
11-07-2016 09:50 AM CEST

europeanspaceagency posted a photo:

CAVES2016 - Exploration Day 5

Exploring a lake branch on Day 5.

Astronauts from five space agencies around the world are taking part in ESA’s CAVES training course – Cooperative Adventure for Valuing and Exercising human behaviour and performance Skills.

The two-week course prepares astronauts to work safely and effectively in multicultural teams in an environment where safety is critical.

As they explore the caves of Sardinia they will encounter caverns, underground lakes and strange microscopic life. They are testing new technology and conducting science – just as if they were living on the International Space Station. The six astronauts relying on their own skills, teamwork and ground control to achieve their mission goals – the course is designed to foster effective communication, decision-making, problem-solving, leadership and team dynamics.

This year is the first international space cooperation to involve astronauts from China, Russia, Japan, ESA and America, with cosmonaut Sergei Vladimirovich, ESA astronaut Pedro Duque, taikonaut Ye Guangfu, Japanese astronaut Aki Hoshide and NASA astronauts Ricky Arnold and Jessica Muir taking part.

Follow CAVES via twitter @ESA_CAVES or with #CAVES2016 or on the CAVES blog.

Credits: ESA-V.Crobu

CAVES2016 – Exploration Day 4
11-07-2016 09:47 AM CEST

europeanspaceagency posted a photo:

CAVES2016 - Exploration Day 4

Cavenauts strike a pose.

Astronauts from five space agencies around the world are taking part in ESA’s CAVES training course – Cooperative Adventure for Valuing and Exercising human behaviour and performance Skills.

The two-week course prepares astronauts to work safely and effectively in multicultural teams in an environment where safety is critical.

As they explore the caves of Sardinia they will encounter caverns, underground lakes and strange microscopic life. They are testing new technology and conducting science – just as if they were living on the International Space Station. The six astronauts relying on their own skills, teamwork and ground control to achieve their mission goals – the course is designed to foster effective communication, decision-making, problem-solving, leadership and team dynamics.

This year is the first international space cooperation to involve astronauts from China, Russia, Japan, ESA and America, with cosmonaut Sergei Vladimirovich, ESA astronaut Pedro Duque, taikonaut Ye Guangfu, Japanese astronaut Aki Hoshide and NASA astronauts Ricky Arnold and Jessica Muir taking part.

Follow CAVES via twitter @ESA_CAVES or with #CAVES2016 or on the CAVES blog.

Credits: ESA-V.Crobu

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