Episode 719: Q&A 137: What Impressed Me The Most About Perseverance's Landing? And More...
In this week's live questions show, we spend a lot of time talking about the Perseverance landing on Mars. What's happening with my content right now, and is anyone watching the Moon for meteorite impacts?
00:15 What was the best part of the Perseverance landing?
03:28 Why is the data transfer to Mars so good?
05:43 How do you test AI to work remotely on Mars?
07:56 How did they decelerate the rover?
09:20 Is there a microphone on the rover?
11:10 When will ESA's rover going?
14:37 Have Mars rovers photographed Earth?
15:15 Could Breakthrough Starshot send spacecraft to Mars?
17:44 Does the spacecraft move faster after a cargo delivery?
19:26 Do we watch for asteroids hitting the Moon?
21:14 What do I think of Babylon 5?
23:03 Is more content planned?
28:42 Will we visit nebulae in the future?
32:36 When will I shoot outside again?
34:57 Do I think the government is hiding evidence of aliens?
36:49 What are the limits of our technology?
40:35 Why sterilize spacecraft going to other worlds?
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