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In this week's Questions and Answers show, I explain why we don't see much stuff in space unfolding in real time, how long will Musk's Tesla be a recognizable object, and what are some feasible structures we could build to help send payloads to space.
03:38 [Tatooine] Why don't we see space stuff in real time?
07:40 [Coruscant] When will the Voyagers actually leave the Solar System?
09:43 [Hoth] What do I use to take notes?
12:04 [Naboo] Could we make better rocket fuel?
14:41 [Kamino] Could ion engines reach the speed of light?
16:23 [Bespin] Should we modify the Drake Equation more?
17:18 [Mustafar] How long will Musk's Tesla be recognizable?
19:02 [Alderaan] Is there any research to have humans survive in space for a long time?
20:49 [Dagobah] Are the Voyagers slowing down?
21:58 [Yarvin] How can galaxies collide if the Universe is expanding?
23:38 [Mandalore] What launch systems should we develop?
25:51 [Geonosis] Could there be life without a magnetic field?
27:39 [Corellia] Could balloons launch rockets?
29:49 [Crait] What habitable worlds are most exciting?
31:46 [Endor] How much material would the asteroid belt make?
32:44 [Exegol] Will the Event Horizon Telescope show Sag A*?
34:23 [Jedha] Why send a probe to Uranus?
35:13 [Lothal] Could two black holes destroy each other?
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