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Molecular oxygen on Mars is unusual in the seasons. A sign of life?



It was another live QA solo this week and I did my best to answer as many questions from the audience as I could, closing at 60 questions per hour. Needless to say, it was a wide-ranging discussion of where I think rovers should go, what I think about time travel, and whether we should do more SETIs or build more space telescopes.

The tape is intended for a Greenland rover called Grover. Here's an article about it:

https://www.nasa.gov/topics/earth/features/grover.html

1:28 updates

05:58 Has Canada got an exoplanet?

06:10 Think about Hygiene?

07:00 Where would you send a rover?

07:79 Has NASA done space sex studies?

08:05 How can black holes ever be merged?

09:55 What does a rocket do against?

11:05 What do I think about metal hydrogen?

12:50 What is my unforgettable event in space?

15:36 Have I seen time travel videos?

16:00 Can Valesh Marineris caused by scraping an asteroid

17:13 Why doesn't the JWST Arian rocket have an abortion system?

18:14 What happens if a comet goes through the atmosphere?

18:39 Is Mercury temporarily closed?

19:03 What will Mars do for food?

19:43 Do I believe in ancient aliens

19:56 How do we measure the expansion of the Universe?

21:18 Happy Halloween

21:39 What about Nibiru?

23:12 Do different worlds experience different time dilutions?

24:50 Can you brew beer in microgravity?

25:20 Any relativistic calculators?

25:45 Can we see the Earth in the past with a black hole?

27:45 Can we blow up asteroids?

29:00 Will SpaceX breach the Outer Space Agreement?

31:29 Super spiral galaxies

32:35 Land of Europe continued to fry

33:42 What am I reading in my spare time?

35:05 Did they find the screws in James Webb?

35:27 Are the aliens too different?

37:00 Are there any achievements in the plant?

38:18 Did I see Halley's comet?

38:30 Do light comets come?

39:37 How frequent were the meteor impacts of the late bombardment?

40:15 Will the landing of the moon really happen?

41:30 Will there be a version of Starship that could service the satellites?

42:50 Space Telescopes vs. SETIs

43:55 Will CRISPR help modify people traveling in space?

44:39 Collaboration with oeo Scott

45:00 Can we transform Venus?

45:30 Streaming Telescope Live?

45:54 Upcoming Astronomy Events?

46:07 Why do plants grow in regolith?

46:56 Why do we only see photons when they hit something?

48:04 Can we move a half faster than the speed of light

48:55 Could they make an anti-asteroid version of the educator?

49:58 Where did Theia come from?

50:50 What if the star made a direct hit on a black hole?

51:37 Can we transform Mars if we set up factories on it?

52:56 Is the Sun part of Alpha Centauri?

53:29 What the X-37B does

55:00 Does It Make Sense to Send a New Voyager?

55:39 Can there be an infinite Earth?

56:00 Most Realistic Space Movie?

57:38 When will we live by fusion energy?

59:20 What is SpaceX's plan to go through the Van Allen belts?

59:40 How did the F-37B start?

Our book is out!

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