Telespazio VEGA Deutschland is supporting clients in Cologne in the aerospace sector that are both national and international. The German Aerospace Center is headquartered in Cologne and the European Space Agency has chosen this city to do research on spaceflight technology and provide human spaceflight training.
Working in Cologne
Cologne is the fourth-largest city in Germany and the largest in the region of North Rhine-Westphalia. Cologne hosts many different industry areas such as automotive industry, large international chemical and pharmaceutical firms, electrical and mechanical engineering industries and food production industries.
Telespazio VEGA supports new staff in making a move to Germany as smooth as possible, so that they feel at home in Cologne and are integrated into teams quickly. We provide information about your new working environment as well as on tax, culture, housing and schooling issues in advance of any move to ensure that you are fully prepared. Once you arrive in Germany we help with administrative and legal matters as well as with the search for suitable accommodation. For more information, visit also the Website of Cologne
Telespazio VEGA Deutschland at DLR MUSC
Telespazio VEGA works in close co-operation with several institutes within DLR (German Aerospace Center), among others with the Microgravity User Support Center (MUSC), the German user support center for space science, supports scientists in the fields of materials physics and aerospace medicine as well as astrophysics with the preparation, execution and evaluation of experiments in space.
Our staff are involved in the control and operation of ISS payloads and the Rosetta Lander. Rosetta is the first Satellite ever to land on an asteroid which makes this mission unique.
Telespazio VEGA Deutschland at EAC
We are also supporting the Astronaut Training Division at the European Astronaut Center (EAC) since more than 15 years. Our expert staff are integrated in the international EAC team and provide a variety of support activities throughout the astronaut training lifecycle, in order to prepare ground support personnel and astronauts for a mission and optimize their condition for the real flight.