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In this week's questions show, I explain why a heat-powered rover wouldn't work on Venus. I explain how spacecraft navigate, and wonder what James Webb's Deep Field survey will look like.
00:54 Could the heat on Venus power a rover?
03:53 What if Ingenuity tips over?
05:42 How do spacecraft navigate?
08:36 Are SpaceX workers being prepared to work on the Moon or Mars?
10:46 How would James Webb's deep field look?
12:52 Any more flybys for New Horizons?
14:03 Will human or a sample return from Mars come first?
16:58 Why are intermediate mass black holes important?
18:42 What's the case against Mars colonization?
23:28 What are my favorite space missions?
26:57 Does a black hole form instantly?
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