Episode 681: Q&A 128: Which Supernova Created the Solar System? And More... With Astronaut Terry Virts
In this week's questions show, I wonder about the supernova that formed the Solar System, how astronauts deal with air pressure differences, and how we're going to handle the cold temperatures on Mars.
Featuring Astronaut Terry Virts
01:17 Where are the supernovae that created the Solar System?
03:53 Can astronauts get infected on Mars or in space?
05:20 When a black hole forms, is there still a neutron star inside?
08:02 Why is the CMB in its current location?
09:23 Is the idea of a primordial black hole absurd?
12:59 Why does the simulation get support while UFOs don't?
15:45 Could the Solar System capture a rogue planet?
17:57 Can we see the Orion arm of the Milky Way?
19:57 Handling the cold on Mars?
22:22 How much can we mine the Moon?
23:45 Will Pluto and Neptune ever collide with each other?
24:41 How do astronauts deal with ear pressure differences?
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