Interviewee: Charley Lineweaver
Interviewer: Tim Dean
Tim Dean: Most people are probably familiar with just one atmosphere: our own. How does Earth’s atmosphere compare to the other planets that we know about?
Charley Lineweaver: There’s no place in our solar system today where we could land and then say: ‘Oh, this is nice. We can breathe.’ There’s no oxygen on the Moon. There’s no oxygen on Mars. There’s no oxygen on Venus, Saturn, Uranus, etc. The other planets are...