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In this week's questions show, I tackle some challenging questions, like the ethics of sending humans to Mars, and whether it's better to focus on our efforts on Earth or on space exploration. Should we welcome a Carrington Event? Are there any serious competitors to SpaceX in the market right now?
00:49 Is it ethical to send people to Mars?
04:01 Welcoming a Carrington Event?
07:07 Is Starship legitimate?
12:09 Should we spend money on space or Earth?
16:36 Is there a limit to gravitational assists?
19:46 Is there a use for small space telescopes?
22:04 Could something stand completely still?
23:24 Are there any serious contenders to SpaceX?
25:49 Will Mars have more asteroid strikes?
27:14 Will the Lunar Gateway be important?
30:58 Is it frustrating for mission name changes?
32:22 Could we ever accelerate at 1g?
33:33 Why do stars weigh so much?
35:11 Is something past the Great Attractor?
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