Each week we follow up on a well-read story. This week space researcher Angelo Vermeulen and space entrepreneur Jeroen Rotteveel talk about a city on Mars.
In Finnish Lapland, north of the Arctic Circle, autonomous vehicles are being tested on a smart road under some of the most challenging driving conditions in Europe.
British engineers are working on a process to extract oxygen from moon dust. The residual metal powder could be used for construction materials for a lunar base.
Prescriptions per telephone and telemedicine consultations for initial diagnoses have been skyrocketing in recent weeks. Fear of infection with SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus at medical practices is […]
The launch of the new European satellite ‘Copernicus Sentinel-6’ will most likely take place later than the date originally planned on at the end of […]
On behalf of the European Space Agency( ESA), the Eindhoven-based company HighTechXL is to market space technology which have been developed within the ESA. In […]
Since time immemorial, people have dreamt of life on the moon. As early as the 1970s, the British science fiction series “Moon Base Alpha 1” […]
Nitrogen oxides (NO and NO2) are emitted primarily during combustion processes which involve coal, oil, gas, wood, waste and engines. But they are also generated […]
The Berlin-based start-up PTScientists has ambitious plans. It wants to be the first German company to send its own lunar module into space. Between 2020 […]
While the Italian volcano Stromboli spits fire on Earth and pyro-fireworks were ignited in the USA on Independence Day, the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope captured […]
The core of the Sabre engine is a revolutionary heat exchanger. It shields the engine at high supersonic speeds.
What happened in our universe immediately after the Big Bang and how did life develop over the course of time? These are questions that people […]
Dropping a measuring device out of space in freefall, collecting data and receiving the measuring device intact on earth – that was the plan of […]
How do you weigh a galaxy and how much does such a galaxy weigh anyway? An international team of astronomers from the European Southern Observatory […]
To determine the position of a rocket to within a few centimetres during its entire flight – that is what a team of researchers and […]
For a long time, scientists have suspected an existence of water and perhaps even life on ancient Mars; especially, since ESA‘s Mars Express discovered a […]
Last week the European Space Agency ESA reached an important milestone in terms of the rocket engine. On the test bench P8 in Lampoldshausen, the […]
For generations, people have wanted to know more about Earth’s environment and everything beyond our galaxy. Thanks to ever more advanced technology, scientists are also […]