Javier Márquez Tristán from Lima, Peru
If you think Earth is plentiful, wait until we get to space. Many thousands of near-Earth asteroids are littered with valuable minerals, and the moon miners are lining up for a dust rush. But one man is ahead of us all.
The US and Russia have publicly committed to an orbiting lunar base called Deep Space Gateway. The keyword there? Orbiting. German astronaut Thomas Reiter tells DW why we're not aiming for moon dust just yet.
Though we see them every day, clouds remain such a mystery to scientists that they inhibit climate change predictions. But a new atlas could be a game changer.
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