[Q&A] Can ISS Be Recycled, Artificial Meteor Storms, Can Hubble See JWST

June 21st, 2022

In this week's questions and answers show, I explain why most quasars are very far away, consider what would happen if you brought Pluto into the inner Solar System, and deliver the heartbreaking news of why the ISS won't be recycled.

00:00 Start
01:25 [Tatooine] Can quasars appear anywhere in the Universe?
04:35 [Coruscant] What if you brought Pluto into the inner Solar System?
07:13 [Hoth] Why can't the ISS be recycled?
11:22 [Naboo] Why don't we see objects repeating in the Universe?
13:17 [Kamino] What lies beyond the observable universe?
15:54 [Bespin] Could an asteroid push the Earth into the Sun?
18:45 [Mustafar] Are dust storms a threat to Mars settlers?
21:14 [Alderaan] Could a solar gravitational lens help detect technological civilizations?
23:06 [Dagobah] Would an asteroid strike on another planet be a risk to Earth?
23:59 [Yavin] Could the moon of a gas giant be habitable?
25:32 [Mandalore] What do I think about NASA's UAP study?
29:04 [Geonosis] Could you create an artificial meteor storm?
30:22 [Corellia] Where would I like to go in the Milky Way?
33:04 [Crait] Could Hubble look at JWST?
33:46 [Endor] Is anyone working on construction equipment for the Moon?
34:57 [Exegol] Are there aliens on the back side of the Moon?
37:50 [Jedha] What would we learn from a comet sample return mission?

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