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As member of the worldwide Mars Mission project, the Austrian Space Forum develops the astronaute's suits. For communication with the base station the astronautes use the AKG headsets GHS1. Another Mars Mission simulation test was held this August.
The Mars mission center also uses HSC271 for their international communications, as well as C1000 S microphones for their video productions.
In order to gather the knowledge needed to prepare for human explorations on Mars, the OeWF ventures to Mars-like habitats, such as the Canadian Arctic and the American Southwest. In these environments, the OeWF has held long-duration simulated field explorations, during which analog astronauts outfitted in full space suits practice communicating with mission control under many of the same constraints they would face on the red planet.
Currently, analog astronauts use AKG GHS1 headsets to communicate with the base station, while the mission control center uses AKG HSC271 headsets for international communications and C1000 S microphones for video production. Gernot Groemer, President of the Austrian Space Forum, said the AKG headsets and microphones were chosen for their sound quality and ability to stand up to the rigorous demands of space simulations.
“After a while in a simulated space environment, headsets may become uncomfortable inside the suits or a microphone piece might break off,” Groemer said. “We’d have another five or six hours of a simulation ahead of us with faulty equipment we couldn't fix. We needed something better.”
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