[Q&A] True Size of the Universe, Inescapable Planets, Magnetic Poles Reversal
Was the Universe ever the size of an orange or a basketball? Can life exist on planets that cannot be escaped? Can the asteroid belt ever produce a new planet? Is the CMB slowly changing over time? What happens at the very edge of the observable Universe? All this and more in this week's Q&A!
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- 00:00 Start
- 00:41 [Tatooine] Was the Universe ever the size of an orange?
- 05:40 [Coruscant] Is the CMB changing over time?
- 07:49 [Hoth] What happens at the edge of the Universe?
- 09:38 [Naboo] What are the chances for a habitable moon at Alpha Cen?
- 12:16 [Kamino] What happened to SOFIA's plane?
- 15:00 [Bespin] Is magnetic pole reversal a thing?
- 17:34 [Mustafar] What's the current state of orbital refuelling?
- 21:35 [Alderaan] Can a planet orbit binary stars?
- 23:47 [Dagobah] How can we use gravitational waves?
- 25:59 [Yavin] Does the ISS need refuelling?
- 26:45 [Mandalore] Can life exist on inescapable planets?
- 29:43 [Geonosis] Can what happens inside very dense neutron stars be extended to black holes?
- 31:58 [Corellia] Can the asteroid belt produce a new planet in our solar system?
- 33:13 [Crait] Can a simulated Universe become indistinguishable from a real one?
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