In this week's episode, I talk about the possibility of a copy of the Hubble Space Telescope, if satellites could relay information like a mesh network, and if it's even possible for plants to survive on the surface of Mars.
01:22 Could we launch a copy of Hubble?
03:34 Could satellites relay information like a mesh network?
06:17 Could plants survive on Mars?
08:52 Could Planet 9 be dark matter?
11:12 Do globular clusters ever collapse into disks?
12:36 Are there any new questions about Lagrange Points?
14:07 Would the Solar System change if you build a Dyson Sphere?
17:08 Could we see the Oort Cloud?
19:39 Could we genetically modify humans to survive on Mars?
22:32 Are we the center of the Big Bang?
24:32 Could a warp drive escape a black hole?
25:58 Could we fix Mars by crashing Phobos into it?
27:11 Will there be a servicing mission for James Webb?
28:41 Will humans visit anywhere other than Mars?
31:13 Could life have formed shortly after the Big Bang?
32:50 Could a moon be bigger than its planet?
34:43 How could the Universe be infinite if it's expanding for a finite time?
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