Otto Hahn describes his experiment
The Otto Hahn table being moved within the Deutsches Museum
Special Exhibition Benz & Co
The working functions of the Zuse Z3
Otto von Guericke is best known for his public and spectacular experiments with the Magdeburger Hemispheres which he demonstrated before astonished audiences in Magdeburg in 1656 and in Berlin in 1633. He placed 2 bowls together to form a hollow sphere and evacuated the air from the space between them. The air pressure exerted by ambient air around them was strong enough that 16-18 horses could not pull the hemispheres apart.
Faraday cage demonstration
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