798: Limits of Kardashev Scale, Artificial Stars, Can We Touch Jupiter | Q&A 177
In this week's questions and answers show, I answer the question: could we build a star? How far will humans realistically explore within the Solar System? Is there any way we can escape the heat death of the Universe?
01:03 Could we create a new star?
04:17 How far will humans explore in the Solar System?
08:59 Can we escape the heat death of the Universe?
13:29 Where is the surface of Jupiter?
15:53 Can a rocket escape Venus?
18:50 Will we find life in the Solar System?
19:45 Why do we see those spikes in the James Webb image?
23:52 Could we communicate back out of a black hole?
24:57 Could we use laser sails within the Solar System?
27:09 Will humans really survive more than a few years?
29:52 Can Webb handle space radiation?
32:02 Are some of the first stars still around?
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