Live from the International Space Station, astronaut Matthias joined the World Economic Forum’s Davos Agenda, to talk science, climate and space tourism.
Day 4 at The Davos Agenda heard from Indonesian President Joko Widodo and President of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen.
Live from space, astronaut Matthias Maurer joins Al Gore and other experts to debate how space tech and space science can help solve some of the world's biggest challenges.
Threats to the environment dominate the annual Risks Report, but risks in space and the metaverse are causing increasing concern. Radio Davos reports.
Around 11,000 satellites already orbit the Earth, together with tons of space junk. Life on the planet increasingly depends on space technology.
The James Webb Space Telescope is the most powerful of its kind and will enable astronomers to hopefully find the first galaxies to form in the universe.
As the James Webb Space Telescope, the world's largest infrared observatory, is launched, a professor of astrophysics picks out some telescope gems.
Becoming a multiplanetary species could bring scientific and technological advances, secure the future of humanity and help humans reach full potential.
If a spacecraft manages to crash into an asteroid 11 million kilometers away next September and alter its orbit, that may help prepare us for the worst.
'Hot Jupiter's' are massive balls of gas that travel around their stars in less than 10 days, with the most recent traveling around its star in just 16 hours.
How do we know that measures to reduce carbon and protect the environment really work? Satellites and artificial intelligence may be the answer.
NASA is testing a spacecraft's ability to alter an asteroid's trajectory with sheer kinetic force, nudging it off course and potentially preventing a collision with Earth.
Space debris consists of discarded launch vehicles or parts of a spacecraft, which float around hundreds of miles above Earth.
The far side of the Moon is important due to its geological formations and its hidden side also makes it the most ideal place to build radio telescopes.
The satellite measures Earth’s surface temperature and its changes; insights which are useful amid the changing climate.