Episode 768: Q&A 161: Could You Have a Planet Made of Water? And More...
In this week's questions show, I answer if you could have a planet made entirely of water, is it our duty to spread life in the Universe? Could Planet 9 be a brown dwarf? And more...
01:35 Could you have a planet made only of water?
04:23 Is it our duty to spread life into the Universe?
07:43 Could a civilization harvest energy from tidal flexing?
10:01 Where could you survive without a spacesuit?
12:18 How do space stations get decommissioned?
14:41 Could Planet 9 be a brown dwarf?
15:42 Will climate change impact space exploration?
18:47 Would mold outside the space station be alien?
20:22 Do other star systems have kuiper belts and oort clouds?
22:06 Does the Milky Way have an escape velocity?
24:14 Should Earth be kept as a nature preserve?
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