[Q&A] How Dark Does Space Get, Mining Psyche, Danger from Rogue Planets
Can you reconstruct an image that was gravitationally lensed? How dark can outer space become? Will we ever be able to mine an asteroid? Answering all these questions and much more in this week's Q&A.
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- 00:00 Start
- 01:27 [Andoria] How dark can space be?
- 05:42 [Vulcan] Can you reconstruct gravitationally lensed images?
- 09:58 [Risa] How big does a parallax need to be for a meaningful improvement?
- 13:12 [Aeturen] Will we ever be mining Psyche?
- 15:30 [Vendikar] Which planet would I be spending my last seconds on?
- 18:02 [Remus] How long does it take a nebula to become a star?
- 20:53 [Janus] What do amino acids on asteroids really mean?
- 23:15 [Cait] Are rogue planets a threat for Earth?
- 25:28 [Betazed] What will be the first entirely space-based manufacturing industry?
- 26:40 [Cheleb] How with the Starship be refuelled on Mars?
- 29:31 [Nimbus] Why there was no warfare in space yet?
- 32:07 [Belos] Was I surprised finding out that antimatter falls down with gravity?
- 33:51 [Lyar] Do all solar systems have an Oort cloud?
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