[Q&A] Planet Size Limit, Solar Gravitational Lens, China's Telescopes
How complex must a telescope be to use the solar gravitational lens? How would we approach mining asteroids? How to detect magnetic fields outside the solar system? What is the size limit for a planet? All this and more in this week's Q&A.
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- 00:00 Start
- 00:52 [Tatooine] What is the size limit for a planet?
- 03:51 [Coruscant] How complex must a telescope be to use the solar gravitational lens?
- 08:19 [Hoth] How would we approach mining asteroids?
- 10:42 [Naboo] How to detect magnetic fields outside the solar system?
- 13:49 [Kamino] Which telescopes did China fund?
- 15:56 [Bespin] Will we discover what's outside of our Universe?
- 19:06 [Mustafar] Oumuamua: artificial or natural?
- 21:39 [Alderaan] Planets caught in binary stars' Lagrange points?
- 26:12 [Dagobah] What's my take on artificial versus organic intelligence?
- 28:31 [Yavin] What is my preferred answer to the Fermi Paradox?
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