Episode 714: Q&A 134: Could Tethered Starships Provide Artificial Gravity? And More...
In this week's Q&A show, I answer questions about Starship might be able to provide artificial gravity, whether I'd prefer to have LUVOIR or the Overwhelmingly Large Telescope, and if nuclear-powered rockets will work in space.
You can join me live every Monday on my YouTube channel at 5pm Pacific Time to ask your questions live.
00:18 Could Starships provide artificial gravity?
03:51 LUVOIR or the Overwhelmingly Large Telescope?
05:30 Are nuclear-powered rockets feasible?
09:08 What do I think about Avi Loeb's theory about Oumuamua aliens?
14:49 What happened with Starship's SN9 test?
16:19 Let's learn more about the Universe Today writing team
19:15 Learning the constellations
23:00 Can spacecraft survive interstellar space?
25:13 What if the Earth had no Moon?
27:52 Why are all craters circular?
30:09 Will humans be able to survive in the Solar System?
33:01 Will there be a limit to orbital refueling?
36:58 Did the Sun have a binary partner?
39:08 Is life more likely on K-type stars?
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