Podcaster: Fraser Cain & Dr. Pamela Gay
Title: Ep. Astronomy Cast: Student Questions: Curtis High School
Organization: Astronomy Cast
This is our second installment in our series of student questions shows and these questions come to us from Curtis High School.
Bio: Fraser Cain is the publisher of Universe Today and Dr. Pamela Gay is a Senior Scientist at Planetary Science Institute and a Director of CosmoQuest. They team up to do Astronomy Cast, a weekly facts-based journey through the cosmos
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Outer Space: Hi, I’m Outer Space. My question is, besides dark matter and dark energy, is there any possibility there’s anything else in outer space?
Anonymous: Hello, this is Anonymous. I would like to know, since I heard about the new program for bringing life to Mars, I wonder if the big storm forming around Mars will have any conflict with the human development on Mars.
Rocks: Rocks here, what are the possibilities that white holes are really out there?
Santa’s Little Helper: Hi, this is Santa’s Little Helper, I was wondering if we’re at all close to finding intelligent life in outer space.
Star: Hi, this is Star. My question is, if a planet were located near a black hole, what would happen to it?
Sleepy: Hi this is Sleepy. Theoretically, if you have a white hole and a black hole next to each other, what would happen?
Leather Jacket: Hi, this is Leather Jacket. What are the goals of the International Space Station?
Major Tom: This is Major Tom from Ground Control. I’m asking about the manned exploration to Mars. I want to know what you think about it, and I also want to know if you think we will benefit from it and how.
Doctor Love: Hello, this is Doctor Love. I want to know the difference between a red supergiant and a blue supergiant.
Small Stick: Hi, my name is Small Stick. I want to know what will happen to the Earth when the Sun becomes a red supergiant.
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