Hi I’m Dr. Tiffany Kataria and I’m here to talk to the stars of the new movie “Passengers” while they’re used to answering questions, today we thought we’d flip the script and answer any questions they had about NASA and space travel. What’s gonna be the next groundbreaking discovery in space travel and in propulsion in space. I think getting, you know, getting close to the speed of light. I think will be the next. Getting the technology in order to do that is going to be the next breakthrough, but I think we’re, depending on who you ask I think we’re a bit of a ways away from that. What do you feel about the term a wrinkle in time Haha! I think it’s um, you know an accurate one I think you know astrophysicist are thinking about you know multiple dimensions and how that sort of folds into the fabric of time I think it’s definitely a reasonable thing to think about I don’t think about it but it’s really cool. What are we most likely to become extinct by? The Sun, becoming too close to the Sun or a singularity. I mean I think you know our sun is evolving I think in either case it’s probably going to be you know billion years off before either happen. But we need to start planning now. Absolutely! Is there any possibility that every star that we’re looking at. Is in fact our Sun, the Sun around which our, you know the center of our solar system just compounded upon itself over and over again in various states of existence? That’s a really deep question Chris. I don’t, I don’t think that that’s the case. Wrong it is! If at some point in the future like distant, distant future time travel is invented does that not mean that people will already be here who are traveling in time? And will of presumably were around for the whole history of mankind because if you can invent it. Then don’t people keep going back? The fact that we don’t see any of those people what does that tell us about how time travel might work? Oh, I don’t know maybe they’re really stealthy and there they’re hiding in plain sight until we sort of figure it out so. Or maybe part of time travel is about not having a physical presence having being traveling through consciousness. That’s true a mental presence you know is also possible, a possibility? Maybe what we think of his ideas are actually people from the future whispering to us in our heads? I think when it comes to planets when it comes to space travel I think nature and nature has shown us that our imagination, that nature’s imagination is much richer than our own so you know crazy things could happen. It’s like Shakespeare; where any idea you have you go to a Shakespeare play and he’s already had it nature is like that as well, where anything we can come up with, any concept, is already there existing in nature and it expands as we expand. So one last question so what, what exactly about the movie made why did you want to make a movie about space? What drew you to movie? I, the space aspect isn’t what drew me to this movie, it was more the love story and the the tale of these two humans and all the questions it made me asked myself but I myself separately from this movie am infinitely curious about space which infinitely is a good word for this space. I don’t know if you know this but it’s infinite.