Full-text search Fulltext search 5 Resultate Mitigating the effects of global warming with moon dust In a recent study, US scientists suggest using moon dust to combat global warming, since lunar dust shields a lot of sunlight with little mass. Other experts are critical of this method. Space travel: Moon and Jupiter in focus While Mars was the focus of space activities in 2021, many missions to the Moon will start this year. In addition, ESA is setting off for Jupiter. And NASA wants to divert an asteroid. Space igloo to be tested on Mount Pilatus A habitat for other celestial bodies – this is the goal behind the second edition of the student project “Igluna” sponsored by ESA. In July, the prototype of the habitat will be erected on Mount Pilatus and remote-controlled from the Swiss Museum of Transport in Lucerne. “The Mars mission demands humanitarianism” The moon landing is history – Mars beckons. The aerospace sector is gearing up – among other things with artificial intelligence (AI). Is the next giant leap coming soon? An interview with Alessandro Donati from the European Space Agency ESA. When will the first person fly to Mars? Exactly 50 years ago, humans set foot on the moon for the first time. The next destination is Mars. Many scientists believe that it will not take us another 50 years until we are able to take our first steps on the red planet.