Here is our November press review exploring the explosion of a star, financial benefits from climate action and what role space can play in CO2 monitoring.
Dr. Manfred Vogt erforscht die Entstehungsprozesse von Planeten und deren Bausteinen im frühen Sonnensystem. Im Interview gibt er uns einen Einblick in seine aktuelle Forschung.
While billionaires are blowing hundreds of tons of CO2 into the atmosphere by shooting tourists into space, Earth is absorbing more sunlight in the wake of global warming. Start-ups, meanwhile, are trying to make spaceflight greener. Read our new press review here.
Despite space being infinite, it is no lawless field of anarchy. Banning nuclear weapons from space, ensuring astronaut rescue missions, or tracking every flight object being launched – Space Law provides guidelines for futuristic seeming scenarios.
When was our Sun born? Astrophysicist Maria Lugaro tries to map out the history of our solar system by analyzing radioactive nuclei.
Billionaires in rockets, a space telescope that came back to life and more – Read our July press review to catch up on some space news!
Physicists Richard East and Pierre Martin-Dussaud explain why life could be a succession of fixed pictures – instead of the continuous revolution we usually believe it to be.
Arabic scholars of the Middle Ages contributed to the shaping of many sciences – and made an important contribution to our present-day astronomy.
Vor 20 Jahren starb der Schriftsteller Douglas Adams. Wir würdigen dem Briten, der der 42 einst ihre popkulturelle Bedeutung gab.
Solar Geoengineering seeks nothing less than to modify the atmosphere of our planet in order to make it more reflective to sunlight. Gernot Wagner, the executive director of Harvard’s Solar Geoengineering Research Program, explains the basic principles, the state of research as well as the opportunities and dangers of this idea.
What do reindeer and reusable rockets have in common? Can foil in space solve the climate crisis? And are Mars rovers actually happy when they meet each other at work? The telescope of the June press review wanders from the Arctic Circle to questions of solar radiation on to the Red Planet.