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"550 pictures" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

NEWS 88.7

03:31 min | 4 months ago

"550 pictures" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

"On Lee, designed to last a week would end of spending 83 days, capturing 550 pictures and taking atmospheric measurements from the planet's surface. He says. During that mission, they were encouraged to follow their product all across the mission, so from the very initial design to the implementation to the testing and then flying it. He says. At that point, he felt like he'd be lucky if he was to ever be part of another Mars mission. I remember having a conversation with the veteran of JPL that was part of the Pathfinder. He said that I feel sorry for you guys because you know I'm about to retire. So this is a great way to retire. But you guys will. You know, in the beginning of your career, you will never experience another mission like this. His colleague was wrong. Miguel in many of his co workers were to get an opportunity to work on another mission. The landing of Twin Rovers, spirit and Opportunity on Mars in different days of January of 2000 and four Then, he says they also used a lot of the same designs from the Pathfinder mission. On banking curiosity, where also the same group of team of people that we met in past friend there we continue. Evolving on inventing the waste of landing on Mars. In the case of curiosity, because all the previous missions that are worked that landed on Mars use airbags. So I I wanted to work on a mission that landed softly. Can. The team created a landing contraption that landed the rover like a helicopter? Together would go on to work on other missions, including the landing of perseverance. It was a new experience for me, because in the previous missions first of all, I was part of the mission in this one in perseverance that was a consultant. The perseverance team will come to me with questions and you know, and during the actual trip to Mars, I was part of also of a team that provided Regular consultation to the team. Together is originally from Argentina. He was born on a family farm in La Patagonia, but grew up and went to school in Windows itis every winter and summer vacation, though he'd go back to the family farm. That's where my father taught me about this. The stars. He was a civil engineer. And he built roads, dirt roads in some cases in the Patagonia on for that, you know, before GPS they navigated using the stars. So my father knew the stars at night in the farm. He will teach me all the constellations and all the stars. Miguel began to develop the mind of an engineer. I was, you know, Fuck you need about all the machinery, particularly the farm. The older mechanical equipment and also, you know the radio's on the TVs and so very early age. I wanted to be an engineer and then something that he definitely remembers to this day. He saw men stepping onto the moon for the first time. Armstrong is on the moon. Neil Armstrong, 38 year old American standing on the surface of the moon. On this July 20th 1969 points small step for man. Mark. I am pleased for me. The Apollo mission had a profound impact on him. First one remember being they're very aware of the risks. Are they really gonna do that? I mean, it.

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"550 pictures" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

04:34 min | 4 months ago

"550 pictures" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"When perseverance made it to Mars. Kristina's grandmother took her granddaughters contributions to the mission as also part of her own. In the moment of landing, you know what she had said. Is that your young again? Martha because her granddaughter had got in there and it was it was very special because We are here because of our families because they supported us with whatever means they had. It's the foundation and the path that the explorers and my family paved for me to be here. As we mentioned in the very beginning of the episode, this recent mission was built off previous ones. Alejandro Meagles and Martine is the chief engineer of guidance and control section at NASA JPL He's been with NASA since the eighties. Part of the sign of personal reasons. For example, the spacecraft that transport perseverance from Earth to Mars, he said, the sign that we did for Mars Pathfinder in the nineties that mission Miguel's first on Mars landed on the Red Planet on July 4th 1997 with the rover companion named Sojourner. The small £25.6 Wheeled rover on Lee, designed to last a week would end of spending 83 days, capturing 550 pictures and taking atmospheric measurements from the planet's surface. He says. During that mission, they were encouraged to follow their product all across the mission, so from the very initial design to the implementation to the testing and then flying it. He says. At that point, he felt like he'd be lucky if he was to ever be part of another Mars mission. Remember having a conversation with the veteran of JPL that was part of the Pathfinder? He said that I feel sorry for you guys because you know I'm about to retire. So this is a great way to retire. But you guys will. You know, in the beginning of your career, you will never experience another mission like this. His colleague was wrong. Miguel in many of his co workers were to get an opportunity to work on another mission. The landing of Twin Rovers, spirit and Opportunity on Mars in different days of January of 2000 and four Then, he says they also used a lot of the same designs from the Pathfinder mission. And then came curiosity where also the same group of team of people that we met in past friend there we continue. Evolving on inventing the waste of landing on Mars in the case of curiosity, because all the previous missions that are worked that landed on Mars used air bags, so I I wanted to work on a mission that landed softly. Can. The team created a landing contraption that landed the rover like a helicopter. Miguel would go on to work on other missions, including the landing of perseverance. It was a new experience for me, because in the previous missions First of all, I was part of the mission in this one in perseverance that was a consultant. The perseverance team will come to me with questions and you know, and during the actual trip to Mars, I was part of also of a team that provided Regular consultation to the team. Together is originally from Argentina. He was born on a family farm in La Patagonia, but grew up and went to school in Buenos Itis every winter and summer vacation, though he'd go back to the family farm. That's where my father taught me about this. The stars. He was a civil engineer. And he built roads, dirt roads in some cases in the Patagonia. And for that, you know, before GPS they navigated using the stars. So my father knew the stars at night in the farm. People teach me all the constellations and all the stars. Mikael began to develop the mind of an engineer, you know, fascinated by all the machinery, particularly the farm. The older mechanical equipment and also, you know the radio's on the TVs and so very early age. I wanted to be an engineer and then something that he vividly remembers to this day. He saw a man stepping onto the moon for the first time. Armstrong is on the move. Neil.

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"550 pictures" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

07:01 min | 4 months ago

"550 pictures" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"For Mars Pathfinder in the nineties that mission Miguel's first on Mars landed on the Red Planet on July 4th 1997. With the rover companion named Sojourner, The small £25.6 Wheeled rover on Lee, designed to last a week would end of spending 83 days, capturing 550 pictures and taking atmospheric measurements from the planet's surface. He says. During that mission, they were encouraged to follow their product all across the mission, so from the very initial design to the implementation to the testing and then flying it. He says. At that point, he felt like he'd be lucky if he was to ever be part of another Mars mission. I remember having a conversation with the veteran of JPL that was part of the Pathfinder. He said that I feel sorry for you guys because you know I'm about to retire. So this is a great way to retire. But you guys will. You know, in the beginning of your career, you will never experience another mission like this. His colleague was wrong. Miguel in many of his co workers were to get an opportunity to work on another mission. The landing of Twin Rovers, spirit and Opportunity on Mars in different days of January of 2000 and four Then, he says they also used a lot of the same designs from the Pathfinder mission. And then came curiosity where also the same group of team of people that we met in past friend there we continue. Evolving on inventing the waste of landing on Mars in the case of curiosity, because all the previous missions that are worked that landed on Mars used air bags, so I I wanted to work on a mission that landed softly. Can. The team created a landing contraption that landed the rover like a helicopter. Miguel would go on to work on other missions, including the landing of perseverance. It was a new experience for me, because in the previous missions First of all, I was part of the mission in this one in perseverance that was a consultant. The perseverance team will come to me with questions and you know, and during the actual trip to Mars, I was part of also of a team that provided Regular consultation to the team. Together is originally from Argentina. He was born on a family farm in La Patagonia, but grew up and went to school in Buenos Itis every winter and summer vacation, though he'd go back to the family farm. That's where my father taught me about the stars. He was a civil engineer. And he built roads, dark roads in some cases in the Patagonia. And for that, you know, before GPS they navigated using the stars. So my father knew the stars at night in the farm. People teach me all the constellations and all the stars. Miguel began to develop the mind of an engineer. I was, you know, fascinated by all the machinery, particularly the farm. The older mechanical equipment and also, you know the radios and the TVs until very early age. I wanted to be an engineer and then something that he vividly remembers to this day. He saw men stepping onto the moon for the first time. Armstrong is on the moon. Neil Armstrong, 38 year old American standing on the surface of the moon. On this July 20th 1969 points. Small step for man or I am pleased for a man. The Apollo mission had a profound impact on him. First one remember being they're very aware of the risks. They really gonna do that. I mean, it was kind of like Hard to believe that they were going to attempt such a thing. So it was late at night, and we were on the with my father, My mother and my sister watching in front of a black and white TV. We've seen the allowance from coming down the ladder and the room that we were, you know? Glued to the TV and we just couldn't believe it right And I looked at my father right that he was born like in 1911, and it was incredible experience for the family. Watching Armstrong walked on the moon sparked me guess curiosity and wonder. No confirmation of his love and interest in space would come a few years later in 1976 with NASA's Viking project, and I found myself in the farm actually the day of the landing, listening to the BBC on the radio. On at night, the program says. Well, the systems are go, and in a few hours, Viking is going to land on Mars for the first time. US attempt for the first time. The next day in front of a newspaper stand, he saw a photo of the Viking one spacecraft on the surface of Mars. On. Don't remember that has a huge impact on me, and that's when I said this is this is what I want to do. I want to be in one of these missions when when I grow up. His father told him that his best bet would be studying in the US So when he finished high school, he packed his bags and left behind this family, friends and country. He says This was the hardest thing he ever had to do. He had to learn English and figure out how to get accepted into university. But he worked his way through. He made it to Syracuse, where he studied electrical engineering and went on to graduate school at M I t You not remember that I got a little piece of paper from one of the administrative persons in their heroin Astra Department of the Mighty Side. JPL is coming tomorrow to interview So I suited up and I talked to the engineer doing the interview and they flew me to JPL and they offer me a job and the rest is history. His dad was able to see him go through college and get the job at JPL, but unfortunately passed away before Pathfinder made it to Mars. So that aspect I am a little sad that by five years or so for five years He passed away before that, so it will be nice for him to see that because that was when In my purse. Find the land. It is when I actually I could say You know, I have achieved my goal. I could actually feel that all the sacrifice of leaving the country and my family and friends paid off or you know, or was worth it in some ways. Before his father's death, Miguel was able to bring both his mom and his dad to visit NASA's JPL. He just was blunt blown away, right? I mean, he immediately loved that place. He says That visit was a turning point for his mom. Tomb who, through the years had always asked him in letters from out of Cantina. Why did he leave her?.

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"550 pictures" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

07:03 min | 5 months ago

"550 pictures" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"I discovered in an Apollo 17 photograph. And if you google Big Ben on the moon, you'll feel you'll find some of my Enhancements. They are blue tinted photographs that were shot off a High resolution screen so that I could get real illumination of this image. So there is activity there and I call it l G A. I call it the lunar governing authority. Not everybody is allowed to go to the moon. And I think that We were told not to go back until we improved somehow Interesting. Brendan in Austin, Texas, I branded, go ahead. Well, thank you guys so much. It's always an honor. Thank you. Think s so I was calling because About 10 years ago, I was doing a lot of research. You know, that's whenever I got into a lot of this stuff, and I was looking at NASA dot gov. And they had these pictures of the moon, hundreds of them where they had Pixelated structures and even as recent as the chain five or four, which everyone was in 2019 that the Chinese had sent a That they had these mega pixel pictures, huge pictures that they also had. I think the image dump that they had was like 550 pictures, and some of them had these. Massive pixelated structures, but they didn't censor the shadows a little silly. Guys up there in the government, you know, right? Uh so I wanted to know what your input was on that and It with China and the US working together. You. Cover up what's going up on there and the dark sentiment because the Chinese Had gone to the dark side of the moon. That's what their pictures were. And they had gotten these giant structures. Yes, well, I do believe that there is a lid on it on both sides of this geopolitical great wall. And But I'll tell you this I discovered in those Chang Oh, three photographs. I discovered that on Christmas eve of 2013. Brilliant UFO approached and posed literally posed for the camera of the Chinese rover. And there are 10 photographs off a UFO. Brilliant UFO coming in at a 45 degree angle. Three of them on the left side, three of them in the center, three of them on the right and the 10th picture. Does not sure the UFO but the marvelous thing is that in the in the last picture before the UFO appears the shadows of the rocks. Go from the from the Rock. To the left side when the UFO disappears off to the right. There is no longer in view. It's so brilliant that the shadows of the rocks go from the rock. To the left side. Those slips by I don't know if it leads to but I was going through hundreds of some nails and I saw this brilliance. See it looked like rainbow. Rainbow colored lights spilling all over the frames. And I wrote, I wrote an article about it's called Have the Chinese made contact with UFOs on on the moon. And Fantastic, So things get by, you know, And I think there are good guys as they say, White hat both on both sides and that although the official policy is to cover it up The truth teller. In the individuals, whether they be Americans or Chinese. They try to get stuff out and I have benefited from from those leaks. The picture of the of the walls. Today on the page actually came from the miniature picture that was leaked to me, um to us. For those who have eyes to see Twitter. Some summer. Really? Name is time is travel. Leave four pictures of a mountain range on Mars. I recognized that and then I saw two pictures of this wall. And I downloaded them. But they were smaller and lower resolution and then I had a moment of doubt. Because I saw this. He suspect this UFO there and I said, Man, could that be a helicopter? Could somebody be messing with my brain? I don't want to go in Georgia's show, you know and come out with something phony. So I took that picture. And there is a function of the Google or the Internet, where you can upload a picture and they'll tell you the very first time that it was published. And I was very gratified to find that this is a guy authentic NASA curiosity photo and the wonders that I found as a result. Is magnitudes of improvement of the resolution is fantastic, and there is a UFO floating in the background there. And I I enlarged it, but we didn't have room for it. So thank you for your question, and it's a very good one. And I hope that answers your question. West of the Rockies. Linda's with US, Spokane, Washington. Hi, Linda. Hi, George. Thank you for giving me and Absolutely. Huh? Yeah, I like your positivity. Anyways. Um, I wanted to mention to Robert a book I read by grain. Hand cup cuddles and tango and in it, there was the girl from the modern world who was chosen Because of a near death experience. She was chosen by a They're working whether to take the M T and go in to travel into the dimensions than timeline. To help Girl that named RIA. That was way back trying to save the Nandor Saul's, um From being destroyed by someone named Jack. And, uh, during her damn t travel, she met a blue lady. Who was Trying to help connect all the dots from the beginning to the modern world, and it involved Reas. Ria's fight, and, uh, anyways, late Leo needs the modern girl in that.

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