Listen: San Jose State, Matt Bigler, Chris Dez discussed on KCBS 24 Hour News
"Golomb. And I mean like, we're everyone's so proud of him. He's the talk of the week all week and like no one can stop talking about heaven like the Super Bowl. I think it's an incredible. I think it's a very small percentage of people that can be in the position he's in. It's amazing. It's awesome. Many came from our school brings us a lot of pride golf was thirty nine and four is Marin Catholic's quarterback before moving to Cal. And then the NFL Chris Dez is emcees principal. He knows how to be a team player put every everybody above self. And I'm real excited to see what he can do this Sunday against. Tom Brady, then several hundred students formed the words go golf is several drones captured video of the tribute which will be sent to Gough tomorrow. And then a cheer going to do. With the big smile. So here we are. Three two one. In canfield, Jeffrey, Schaub KCBS, dozens of students gathered at San Jose State yesterday to watch as the very own Nanno satellite was deployed from the international space station. This is Matt Bigler at San Jose State where students were glued to alive feed from the international space station watching nervously as astronauts released their many satellite into space. Here's how they reacted. Renton a grad student from Cameroon said watching the deployment was exciting. But also nerve wracking. She was responsible for folding up the satellite's parachute or Exo break after just sixty seconds. We didn't know if the exhibit listening to deploy and it was successful. So it's released a lot of fresher. The team will use the parachute to steer the cube sat to a specific re entry point says Mark Murdock, a scientist at NASA Ames is going to burn up in about four or five months deliberately and then, but we will deliberately target century point, the technology education satellite as part of a partnership between San Jose State and NASA Ames in Mountain View. This was the eighth and largest Nanno sat in the series at San Jose State. Matt Bigler KCBS. And to see a video from the launch party. Check out our Facebook page, go to KCBS radio."