Speleology as an analogue to space exploration: The ESA CAVES training programme

@article{Sauro2021SpeleologyAA,
  title={Speleology as an analogue to space exploration: The ESA CAVES training programme},
  author={Francesco Sauro and Jo De Waele and Samuel J. Payler and Marco Vattano and Francesco Sauro and Leonardo Turchi and Loredana Bessone},
  journal={Acta Astronautica},
  year={2021}
}
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