Episode 779: Q&A 167: Will James Webb redo the Hubble Deep Field? And More...
In this week's final 2021 QA, I explain why landing on the Moon could make it difficult for other spacecraft to land, if binary planets could exist, and if there are plans to do a JWST version of the Hubble Deep Field.
00:29 Can spacecraft land on the Moon or Mars without a landing pad?
03:29 Could binary planets exist?
06:25 Will we ever have certainty?
09:15 Can black holes absorb dark matter?
10:48 Will James Webb redo the Hubble Deep Field?
12:54 Water in Valles Marineris?
15:12 Is Starship just a modern day Space Shuttle?
18:09 Will the Universe end in a Big Crunch?
21:27 Could a thicker atmosphere on Mars protect us from radiation?
22:49 What if dark matter doesn't exist?
25:22 How is Moon/Mars regolith different from Earth soil?
27:41 Could there be habitable moons?
28:12 What missions should we be looking forward to?
30:17 Could a solar system survive inside a black hole?
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