Episode 760: Q&A 156: Are We Seeing the Same Galaxy Many Times? And More...
In this week's questions show, I explain why we don't see the same thing multiple times as we look out into the Universe, could a planet orbit in the Lagrange Points of two stars, and why haven't there been any missions to Io?
00:36 Could we see the same galaxy multiple times?
05:16 Could a planet orbit in an L4/L5 point?
08:31 Why no missions to Io?
10:42 How can we drive space exploration?
13:31 Did Inspiration4 have problems with their toilet?
14:33 Self sufficient colony on Titan?
15:54 Will Webb be able to image nearby planets?
18:02 Will the entire Universe be black holes eventually?
19:29 How far could we reach?
21:25 Will Starship enable more planetary science?
23:32 Would metallic hydrogen be a big deal?
25:25 Will interferometers work well in space?
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