Another week, another batch of questions. If ice disappears in your freezer, how can it last in space? How can the Universe be expanding faster than the speed of light? And what is the risk from a coronal mass ejection in an airplane? All this and even more questions. If you’ve got a question for the Astronomy Cast team, please email it in to email@example.com and we’ll try to tackle it for a future show. Please include your location and a way to pronounce your name.
If ice disappears in your freezer, how can it last in space?
Are objects moving away from us faster than the speed of light?
Are people in airplanes subject to more radiation from a Coronal Mass Ejection blast?
Will the Sidereal Day and the Solar Day ever be the same?
Does light have mass?
Does the Coriolis Effect affect how water drains?
If a large asteroid hit the moon in just the right way, could the moon hit the Earth?
Does dark matter decay over time?