[Q&A] Interstellar Propulsion, Uranus-Type Exoplanets, AGI Solving Space Mysteries

April 8th, 2024
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What engine type will the first manned interstellar mission use for propulsion? Will AI help solve any mysteries of space? Why do we have exoplanet types named after Neptune but not Uranus? Answering all these questions and more in this week's Q&A show.

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  • 00:00 Start
  • 00:24 [Andoria] What will happen to the orbits of planets when the Sun expands?
  • 03:54 [Vulcan] What can we learn from the dust in the Solar system?
  • 08:05 [Risa] How does Venus keep its atmosphere?
  • 12:09 [Aeturen] What does the Unruh effect mean?
  • 14:30 [Vendikar] Why exoplanet types aren't called after Uranus?
  • 16:14 [Remus] How will the first interstellar manned mission look like?
  • 21:07 [Janus] What do JWST observations of organics around protostars mean?
  • 25:26 [Cait] Are aliens limited by the transit method?
  • 30:16 [Betazed] Will AGI help us solve the mysteries of space?
  • 35:19 [Cheleb] Did JWST really find city lights 7 trillion miles away?

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