Ever wondered how insects can walk on windows and geckos on ceilings without falling down? A German scientist and his team are trying to find the answers.
Uranus smells like rotten eggs, NASA has revealed after decades of mystery. This is because its gas clouds are rich in hydrogen sulfide, according to the data gathered by the Gemini North telescope in Hawaii.
On this week’s show, we’re going to take a look ahead to German astronaut Alexander Gerst’s new space mission. It’s called Horizons, and it will bring him back to the ISS in June. The Deutsche Welle science team was given exclusive access to the European Astronaut Center this week, so if you’d like to know what it takes to be an astronaut, please tune in to this special edition of Spectrum.
The trend toward e-cars is growing. But what about e-planes? It might not be long before we're zooming around in electric planes — at least for short distances, says a German Aerospace Center expert in a DW interview.
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