Listen: Tooley, Goldstone And George discussed on Coast to Coast AM with George Noory
"Eve New Year's day, we reported on the new horizons spacecraft activities with this incredible object, we have dubbed called ultimate Tooley and the images, George aren't those amazing. It's like this little red snowman that's sitting out there about four billion miles from us. And it's really one of the first contact binary asteroids that we've ever been able to detect and I just want to put this in perspective for the audience this particular signals that come off of new horizon or about a fifteen watt powered signal very very small takes over four hours to get here and picked up by various locations around the earth one out in the mall. A hobby desert that many people know of the Goldstone space tracking network, but here's something other. That's interesting in the sky, if you look toward the sun, not at it just know that the new horizons spacecraft is just a few degrees above where we see the sun right now in January four billion miles beyond the sun and Georgia and the live sky to wrap things up. We begin a new nation the nation number eleven eighty eight simply another lunar cycle. Look for a thin crescent moon low in the southwestern part of the sky just after sunset first-quarter recurs on the fourteenth. And naturally, we'll be reporting on our next couple of reports here, obviously next week on the grand total lunar eclipse, it's called the total full wolf super moon. This'll be something that people can see Sunday evening January twentieth. Into the warning of the twenty-first finally in the morning sky. Great conjunction Ables, Venus and Jupiter. Look for it in the early morning skies."