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Today on Space Radio:
- Moist exoplanet atmospheres!
- Why not use ions for a lightsail?
- Has gravity always existed?
- Do black holes hold pure dark energy?
- Are black holes still black on the inside?
- Are there heavy elements on planets that aren't created by supernovae?
- Will the JWST be safe being shipped on a barge?
- What do you think of the planet with water?
- Could life arise on a massive planet like K2-18b?
- Does "sphagettification" mean that inside a black hole is one-dimensional?
- Will we find life elsewhere in our solar system?
- What kind of gravity is there in a nebula cluster?
- Is science reality?
- and more!
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