NEWS AND FLIGHTS
Join Aerocene to re-examine freedom of movement across borders and study the day-night atmospheric cycle! We will set free and recover two aerosolar sculptures from Helenesee at 8am and would love to have you there.
Uplifting narration about opening the Air of Commons Convention through Aerosolar Corridors around Europe: the first step to a Launch-Recovery Network towards the decarbonization of the Air!
A chance to inspire change, and discuss ways to implement a fossil-free aerosolar infrastructure to cross-border transportation, Aerocene has been invitied to TEN-T Days in Ljubljana 25-27 April.
Join Sasha Engelmann and students of the class GG3161 "Atmospheres: Nature, Culture, Politics" for a double Aerocene Explorer launch on Wednesday the 7th February between 11am and 1pm at Royal Holloway University, Egham.
Welcome all to explore buoyancy over the Italian alps; floating over mountain tops using only air currents and the heat of the Sun, and collecting atmospheric data as well as tracking the swirling trace of the Explorer.
Come join Aerocene in Australia while launching an Explorer in Lake Ballard. Collaborate with each other and atmospheric laws, towards a sustainable future.
Read Andrew Grants thoughts about launching an Explorer at Forest of Imagination, a festival in Bath, UK, which 2017 edition explored feelings surrounding ‘where we feel at home’ whether it is in the city and being in nature.
MAFIA Bags, a design and manufacturing studio based in San Francisco, followed the online instructions to build an Aerocene Explorer and added its personal touch to the sculpture, which floated over the Californian sun
Aerocene is part of the new exhibition at CCCB in Barcelona, Spain aiming attention at the present and future of climate crisis.
The conference 'Mobile Utopia Conference: pasts, presents, futures' and two tethered flights in the spirit of Aerocene will take place at Lancaster University.
On September 13th, in the context of the interUCA Olympiads, students from TECAT built, flew and inhabited an Aerocene solar balloon. For several hours, the students cut and stuck together recycled plastic bin bags in order to assemble a large solar balloon.
On Thursday 7th Sept,11am EST, the talk is launched online to millions of subscribers on TED.com, available in both English and Spanish.
We are ready to send the Aerocene message to new heights! On the 23rd of September we will be launching 2 new Aerocene Sculptures on their Aerosolar Journey.