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Volatile tech stocks expose growing vulnerability in US market
"Next guest warned. There could be bigger pullback looming for some of the hottest names in this space. Let's go off the charts with the legendary louisiana mata louisi- mata technical research advisors louise. It is a pleasure as an honor for free to join us. We quote you many times on this show. So i'm really really curious to hear what you have to say about tech. You're you're climb melissa. Well we've had a volatile three or four months and technology has really been enough more or less going sideways for the fang stocks in particular. And we've got a little concerned that the most important thing would be support levels and recognizing the since two thousand when there were next we have earnings that these stocks but they could be off twenty percent and still be within an uptrend. Some of them are already off. When percent question is during a break. The support of these sideways consolidation. Will they be able to lift. Google of course has already lifted so we have. We have three stocks. Here today amazon. I think gives the first one I'm not seeing it. It may be coming up. But i'm not seeing any of that. Is you can see the sideways action. We have negative momentum on that on that chart and it's already been down eighteen percent so as long as it holds above twenty. Nine hundred is critical support than maybe just simply continues to consolidate further. Maybe we'll see a resolution on the upside that the point is that more or less been warning about support levels in suggesting we let the upside take care of itself. The next chart. I believe you have is microsoft and support. There's one ninety five but you can see also it's been going sideways for quite some time with lower highs and it's been down fifteen percent I think the most vulnerable of these stocks is net flicks which has not only a negative momentum on a weekly basis but also a negative divergence on a monthly so support for netflix's four seventy already off twenty percent and keeps bouncing and going down another twenty percent within the sideways consolidation so That's our concern here today. I must say was impressive. Day and not all tech stocks are looking vulnerable but these ones that we have been concerned about louis. At what point do you say. They're consolidating and building a base as opposed to threaten to break the support. That would be breaking out through the upper level of these consolidations so basically these are critical support levels as long as they hold. We continue to define that as a consolidation. And if at some point down the road they lift up through the entire consolidation than we. We've become more constructive once again. Google for instances one of them has already broken out to the upside. Netflix's looks a little bit more vulnerable to me. Last question lewis. Because we quote you and i. I think that we misquote you. But the sentiment is there when it comes to your saying the longer the base the higher in space is that is that the sanger. We're getting that right. Yes absolutely the bigger. The base that aaron space the because atop the bigger the drought and the bigger the drops a longer the need for repair. And i think what we're seeing as we're getting excited about some of the underlying broadening that's taking place is that may be the repair processes beginning for some of these other stocks that have been in bear markets. I could throw a triple this one. That's looking interesting but you have a few industrial center. Starting to break out in that heart warming. We felt that the market has been a little bit mixed up itself and not sure you know as a discount mechanism. What's coming six months. Maybe these vaccines we have a better
"aaron space" Discussed on Green Connections Radio - Insights on Innovation, Sustainability, Clean Energy, Leadership, Entrepreneurship, and Careers w Top Leaders, Women
"They can go to science museums history museums. But there really anything like planet word and so many teachers were just ecstatic. Now we'll have a chance to go to a museum where language and words and reading in books come to life so they're very excited about that but chancer your question where all ready partnering with a couple of different literacy organizations in the metro dc area. Because i want to get books into the hands of children and so we're we're doing some book distribution partnerships and once. Covid is over or less of a threat. We have all sorts of proposals ideas about how to work with the community and enhance literacy. I'm also working with the group. That's really the park. That's directly opposite planet word and making sure that they incorporate some words and language into the park plans especially the children's playground which is directly opposite. Planet word oh that's a great idea. How did you come up with the name. Well i had about fifty names. That i played with and i would check. Is that name taken you know. Is there something already called the in such. And then i had focus groups and so i tried out my top two choices for names on them and they did not go over very well. I won't even tell you what they so. My next choice was planet word and the reason being because we say that language is what makes us human. and here's our planet. The planet we know about with people on it so planet word and the reaction of the kids who were in one of the focus groups was so excited. Yes of course you know. Words are universal. They're everywhere and so that's how we're came to be that the name of the museum. I love that and that's your target audience anyway right yet. Our target audience is ten to twelve year olds and so what we did focus groups. We had a focus group of ten to twelve year old boys. Ten to twelve year. Old girls. I was advised that they should be separated so the girls wouldn't be intimidated from speaking up. And then we had two groups were their parents of ten to twelve year olds and a so. We had four focus groups altogether. Oh i love that you know. It's interesting when i was coming to mind decide. I'm sure you know doctrines sto fan. I interviewed she's the head of aaron space and she's the first woman to have that museum and she's an amazing story. She raised children herself and she has told me that. Ten to twelve year olds were their primary audience to that. They're the one the main wants to come to l. the space museums. And so they they do the same thing in the sense of the design their exhibits with that as the anchor. And then obviously you want to appeal to adults etc. And of course they're going through a massive renovation. I i really call it a transformation. It's way beyond renovation at this point but other museum. Ceo's i've talked to was well the science museum in minnesota cetera. While you guys are from minnesota so that rings a bell but they target eight to ten to twelve year olds too..
"aaron space" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"To have these mystic allergies and they're having mucus and they're having their feeling maybe sluggish. Usually, I mean, we are in a strange time with what's going on. So taking something like turmeric is brilliant because it drives and stripped out mucous. It helps with allergies balance, So if we have something that's too heavy We want to lighten it up. If we have something that's too hot. We want to make it cool. If we have something that's too dry. We moisten. We moisten it upper abs oil to it because that maintains balance and doesn't trip us into this ease or disease that we that we see these days we keep the body balanced and prepped. For the season that we're in so we don't Basically get unraveled or deranged, will even call it derangement and iron data, and we're too far gone in in western medicine. I think we wait till there's a problem. More. We address it, where an iron data it's all about balance and prevention and balancing office. It's way before there's a problem, and it's understanding sort of where we are what we are there and planning accordingly. There's there's different body Constitution within Fire bathe at. Can you describe those breasts? Yeah, I'll talk briefly. My goodness, we could talk hours and hours about this whole thing is is Yeah. The cool thing is that there's all the body type for your dosha for your Constitution. They're all the same. Are the same as the season. So we have Ka FA Constitution or or body type, which is more of a spring body type somebody who has maybe more earth and water in them. They're heavier body frame. They may be. It's a steadiness to them spring There's a steadiness to it. That's that's a classic body type for spring, then you do summer. And for summer, it's called Pitta and the pits. A body type is more fiery. It's more critical thinking people they might multi task more They're they're sharp. There's a sharpness to it. Sometimes people to shop with our time who have too much pitta but also in the darkness digestion, right? And then there's the vodka body type, with more small frames, smaller bones, drier hair like fallen Winter early winter there cold by nature there the lightness they might learn very quickly, but then forget quickly because they're more air and space. More air in space pretty much, summarized Rafa is more earth and water. Could we go off of nature? Pitta is more fire and water which almost like water is more like an oil. It feeds the fire. And then Vita is Aaron space. So there you go. You're combinations. Of the three. Usually each person has a different body Constitution, which gives it the way that you would treat. Ah, particular person is different, right? So so somebody is walking into the grocery store right now and looking to nourish in this way that you're describing, you know, how can we change the experience we have in the grocery store. Let's speak right now at this time of spring. What will be my suggestions there? So very difficult to go into a grocery store these days because we have everything at our fingertips. You can get a kiwi in December, and that's really not great for our bodies, no matter what body type you are, but What we look at is a beautiful example would be ghosts, even a farmer's market. So if I let a farmer's market or let's talk about the grocery store, what's growing right now and appear in New England? Not much is growing. But if you think it will be growing soon, right is you're talking about your leafy greens, your your Berries, your things that are going lighter meat. So like shrimp and chicken things that are lighter because there's a heavy, wet quality right now. Because it's cold. It's cold right now. We want to make sure we keep the body warm. Still. So we have maybe a hot broth soup as opposed to in winter at the grocery store. We might even go get our produce a thick, thick, like heavy cream soup. That's too heavy right now will be what we want to keep it warm, so it's about qualities. Right about now, the best thing especially to support your local farmer, no matter where you are, If you're going to know what's growing locally and that your body will assimilate and digest and keep your health in great shape, so farmers markets right now and and also grocery stores because you can win one, and we want to discuss more specifically what we can do during this time, sort of of anxiety because there's also a A huge piece of the emotional component when it comes to hire beta, take a break back with Marshall thought, this's.
"aaron space" Discussed on Airplane Geeks Podcast
"Again we have <hes> we have editors from <hes> aviation week from flying from a._l._p._a. Pilot pilot from aaron space magazine <hes> linda shiner are a lady from <hes> erin space has been very supportive of and so you know somebody says gee i'm just starting out and how do i get you know and people will say hey. You know what you wanna do. Try this and try that and if you've got a story maybe send it to me. I'll take a look at it and and they'll offer him <hes> essentially mentorship. I guess is what we would really. We really you should label this as and <hes> and i've noticed that just in the last week since we've been a little more <hes> <hes> adamant about outreach we've gotten <hes> we've picked up a half a dozen people <hes> that said hey i. I'd like to know more about this. I don't really even know what questions to ask it. It's okay you you don't that's fine. We don't mind were were happy to take <hes> you know new folks and <hes> and and kinda steered in the right direction because we as in a lot of careers it. It's not necessarily a g. I want to be a communicator in the aerospace industry. How do i do that. You know people people come to the <hes> come to be journalists and communicators from from different walks of life and they don't necessarily intend to be writers but some of them find themselves able to to tell stories in a way that people find interesting and that's really what we're after rafter people than can tell l. an interesting story and share it with <hes> with the world now. They don't have to know how to share it with world. They've got enough resources on our list that we can help them. Find a good places to to publish <hes> certainly we you know we take.
"aaron space" Discussed on Main Engine Cut Off
"It's going to be interesting to see who takes advantage of which one and which ones are most attractive for the industry at large. There's one more thing on my mind about these two missions from area in space and space x that that i can't quite shake and i don't know if this is a for sure thing or something in my head but i kind of want to put it out there aaron space. It's not really much of a secret that they've been having problems selling launches on ariane six they just kind of basically got sign off from the european commission that they have the launches needed to go ahead with the actual production of ariane six but that was not an easy task in itself and they haven't sold a ton of commercial missions most of the commercial missions that are on the books for aaron six. They've convinced people to switch over from aaron five so there's not a lot of new business happening right now for ariane six and even less so for those future launches of aryan sixty four the first launches of aryan six are going to be the sixty two variant which just has to boosters and that would only be able to take about one satellite up to geostationary orbit aaron sixty four would have four boosters that would be able to take two satellites up in the same way that ariane five does right now on the space x side of things vandenberg has not been that busy after they've finished with all the iridium launches and until they have a couple of more d._o._d. Launches coming up out of vandenberg. It's a very quiet launch complex for falcon nine nine so i think that both of these cases this could be a way to fill some payload holes in their manifest for these different launch vehicles in the case of sixty eighty four arianespace really needs to get payloads for these flights if they wanna fly them still specially with aryan sixty four if they want to do a launch satellites and they are already sold one spot they they need another payload to fly if they're gonna make really any money off of that launch and spacex case <hes> it's expensive to have a pad sitting out at vandenberg that doesn't do anything for you so if they've developed this program in a way that lets them kind of pay the cost of keeping that launch site active and essentially offer this as a way to be a really good offering in for the market yet also cover their own needs out at vandenberg to keep that open and operational that could be a good thing as well. I don't want to count out the fact that both of these are for <hes> things that have come about because they see a need to fill their own manifest to fill their own schedule and they have the ability to offer these options to customers and and fulfill that need their own need there. I do think that's probably a non zero factor in both of these announcements and something that i'm gonna keep my eye on to see whether that does kind of prove out or not as a motivating factor for them to both put these offers out there at the front of small sat conference here in two thousand nineteen now. There was one other bit of news from small south that i wanna get to. That's from rocket lab. They are going to pursue reusability of their electron launch vehicle and we're going to get into that in one minute right after after we thank everybody out there who made this episode of managing got off possible..
France follows US to set up military space command
"Above the best deal day parade in Paris was a clue this weekend that France plans to slip the surly bonds birth bound conflicts and had upwards France's President Emmanuel Macron has announced the launch of a new space military will tell us why fronts wants to launch into Star Wars here in the studio has benedict purview who's U._k.. Correspondent for fronts twenty four welcome back benedict so what's your Michael Plan well. His plan is to not just have an air force but Aaron Space Force <hes>. This is not a complete surprise last year president. My call spoke out about the need for a strategy for space defense and this is basically the result. There's a small matter of satellites. There's a small matter of certain countries spying on other people satellites and satellites we forget as we earthlings move about the planet <hes> <hes> actually dependent awful lot looking at a laptop. You're looking at a desk. We've got all kinds of news information G._P._S. that we rely on and of course <hes> what present McCoy saying this is a real matter data of national security. This is about <hes> France needing to control what is happening around it satellites and of course <hes> what comes up is the International Space Race and we know that of course historically <hes> it is the United States Russia earned to some extent China who have been in the forefront of this but France has been playing a rule <hes> as far as an developing a lot of space technology and involvement for quite a while it has it's it's a when you do a little bit of reading into it. The French really do quite like that that the military space work <hes> there's a center in Leo Mobile Down which which has a military surveillance of space objects. It's called Cosmos and in two thousand ten it had a new joint space command. This are natural fascination with space going on here because it seems to be a unique thing to in in Europe at least Franz what what France Louis keen to do and has been doing is developing technology on stunned with the Italians <hes> amongst amongst others so president McCall's vision weren't complete surprise. You is a European one and in the same way that on Tom I should point out by the way that <hes> president mccoo made this announcement about this new military space command as not only as part of the modernization of its armed forces but he did it just before on Saturday on <hes> before Bastida and of course where there's this big military parade <hes> one that is very envied by many countries particularly this current U._S. president <hes> where we saw an involvement of British Spanish Dutch Belgian <hes> some <hes> German troops so it's a context of France playing a key role within the European Space Agency not least by for example making the center <hes> surplus special G._N._A.. which is in French Guyana and crew available available <hes> for launchers and that is really been dubbed Europe's spaceport it also has an important center in to lose so it's not a a complete surprise? It's been historically bubbling away if you will but it's true that it's not a very there is some British involvement and of course there's a very famous French astronaut <hes> Biscay <hes> who has spent rather a lot of time <hes> already <hes> in space exploration <hes> on the International Space Station on I that was back in two thousand seventeen and stunt. He's going to be going the again next year. Tell us about the timing of this announcement during you mentioned the fact that note as a competition going on with with the United States <hes> there's <hes> you know space race. It needs to be one in terms uh-huh protecting the satellites but earthbound troubles is Emmanuel macron trying to divert attention in any way from from difficult issues at home no.
Was John Houbolt the unsung hero of Apollo 11?
"John hoult of someone whose name we should know the story of apollo eleven some people refer to him as an unsung hero is he really an here or is he just the kind of person where if you are not astro physicist a follow nasa you wouldn't know if it's this is the kind of question the dog's anyone who worked in the end it's specially i think chases john horrible story look he's not unknown if you go to the aaron space space museum this picture him if you reid a all the wonderful books coming out apollo eleven you'll reid about john hobo but you'll reid one paragraph you might rita page he tends to be a footnote in all of the stories of apollo some of this is because most of us only know astronauts people connect neil armstrong nick and maybe name buzz after that a lot of people don't know any of the names at also some of that is natural idea of whether john is really an unsung hero is one of the key threads of of this story because because once john was involved in these debates joshua he was he left nasa in at the end of nineteen sixty two he was so disgusted by the way he was treated and he needed to make more money 'cause he had three kids he he he left apollo raced on without him and from that moment forward really have to say for the rest of his life was a struggle for credit but i gotta say though i mean you know as americans we tend to put more you know emotional constant on what we saw on tv you want wealth that permit why john right that that moments rarely eagle land so that's visceral it's visible weaken see it it's got an emotional connection we may have appreciated nasa writ large merge but be idea of american public going oh that's my favorite scientists now like we just weren't there no in well in some cases we were though i back in nineteen sixty verner von braun was famous he he was worldfamous he was on the cover of collier's magazine he was doing disney specials in prime time he was buddies with john kennedy now von braun is one example not all nasa engineers are gonna be in this position of course it's true that john horrible not different from other engineers in the sense that they don't have popular recognition but even within nasa even within his own colleagues the people he worked with people who do know better aunt historians john felt like he was never given even the professional credit credit he deserved and he felt like a lot of people came out of the woodwork in the later years to make sure that he didn't get the credit that he deserves because he came in sideways and he he tried upset assist
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"It's back to work for some hijack Callaghan. Fox news. Congress is returning to Capitol Hill was morning. It's the last day of a one hundred fiftieth congress several congressional leaders invited to the White House for a briefing on border security. The invitation comes more than a week and a half into a partial government shutdown sparked over the president's request for border wall. Funding a request Democrats are rejecting one. Congressional aide told FOX tres concern the briefing could be more of a stunt than a serious attempt to have a discussion in a tweet. The president said the shutdown is not where Nancy Pelosi wants to start her tenure as speaker asking. Let's make a deal. Fox's Jared Halpern in Washington. Much of the twelve day partial shutdown has been masked by the holidays and by two weekends. But more impacts will be felt the beginning today. Fox's Jill NATO live in Washington with that the national zoo, the Aaron Space Museum and all the other Smithsonian museums in DC in New York, we're running on money leftover from what they say, we're prior. Years until now as of Tuesday night, the zoo and the museums have run out of money and tourists are out of luck. However zoo workers will be coming in to make sure the animals are tended to, but they won't be getting paid for it. Even the world famous panda. Cam is supposed to be shut out shut off for now, though, it is still on in all it's black and white glory. Jack Jila smaller quake in North Korea is being blamed on a nuclear test, but not a recent one instead of thirties in South Korea say it's likely another part of the North Korean mountain at the nuclear test facility collapsing from the effects of a test on fifteen months ago, except for Japan's Nikkei index Asian stocks reopened Wednesday and closed lower could be a tough start for the new year for the Dow overnight. Dow futures are down more than two hundred points one winning ticket sold in New York stake in Tuesday's four hundred twenty five.
What's on the horizon for Trump's Space Force in 2019?
"Two thousand nineteen could be a great year for space exploration. USA's Timberg explains. As we move forward into two thousand nineteen one of the things. Many people are keeping their eye on space travel back in August. President trump. Discussed the possibility of establishing a space force under the larger department of Aaron space force. Jim control is the CEO of vector which deals with space travel control tells Fox News, he's not a big fan of space force generally against it just based on the argument of smaller government being better, and it's not really necessary because this idea of warfare in spaces already taken into account with Pentagon, more planning and just recently the space. Command was reinstituted which would be a madman command that would use the military forces in the case of us being attacked air force could do Who would have thought, you know, thirty years ago that GPS would be in all our phones we carry in our pocket.
"aaron space" Discussed on KCRW
"I'm Leyla folded Nancy grace Roman led a remarkable life. She joined NASA in nineteen Fifty-nine not long after it was created and went on to become the agency's first chief of astronomy and relativity. She was also known as the mother of the Hubble space telescope Roman died on Christmas at the age of ninety three. Here's NPR's. Russell lewis. Nancy grace Roman always loved to look up at the stars. And imagine at the age of four her favourite object to draw was the moon in fifth grade, she organized astronomy club when she got to high school. She met with a guidance counselor to plot out a future as a scientist. And she looked down or knows that man snared what lady would take mathematics instead of Latin in fact in a field dominated by men. She never let that get in the way she got a doctorate in astronomy and worked at the naval research laboratory. And then NASA. Nasa was whole six months old and was great place to work at that time. It was everybody was gunman whole early on. She had to convince ground based astronomers space astronomy was worth doing David divorce and of the national Aaron Space Museum says that wasn't easy. She had that very very large Galateri in view of how to make space astronomy part of astronomy. And I think that is very important legacy. Among the many project, she oversaw was the creation of the Hubble space telescope the idea had been around for a while. But in an NPR interview last year, she recalled bringing in astronomers from across the country to meet with NASA engineers, we sat down together and develop the the outline of a design that the engineers thought would be feasible and that the numbers thought would do what they wanted three to one..
"aaron space" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Jim level is now ninety he was in Washington. The other day for fiftieth anniversary celebration of Apollo eight. I arrange to meet him at the Smithsonian. Aaron Space Museum Lovell told me NASA had not given any firm directions on what to broadcast from space. But NASA did hook the astronauts up with a newspaper reporter who drafted and tore up a bunch of ideas. And it was actually his wife his wife came down and asked what are you doing? And he told the story and she said, well, that's natural orbit of Christmas Eve read the first ten versus a Genesis. The basis of most of the religions. And so that's how it came to pass your floating around at this point or strap yourself down to Mike up to broadcast back to earth just paint me a picture of what that looked like we had a TV camera board. We were thinking about reciting. Genesis one of us had the camera out, and we're going past the bone looking at the age of all parts of the bone and the doing the reciting trying to actually been actors themselves trying to figure out how to put on a program to do that. Fortunately, I think that we were successful and try to tell our story. Water, and.
High-tech Dancing Robot Turns Out to Be a Guy in a Costume
"And why did the robot look like a person would fit perfectly inside of him. Well that last question we have the answer to that. And that's because it wasn't a robot. It was a man dressed up like a robot idiots so Russia's big high tech robot was just to do to in a very cheesy looking robots. Suit that puts on a whole new spin to the robot brothels, maybe that's what's going on there. It's quite Chris eight here. He's a good so lifelike. He's currently got his robot suit on with his hang on as that hot. Why he keeps getting keeps getting a refund. I told that robot not to move and it kept wincing and squirming fleshy. He couldn't get enough fleshy for robot. But that's that's pretty that's pretty awesome, man. Like, we're going to do. That's that's some propaganda right there. Looking at are awesome robot. That dude is in. I mean dudes admit robots like, Chris. Yeah. Chris in a robot right now with do droid in it, not a robot suit. How long do they pull this off before they not for very long and now the science fair or what the actual scienc- thing? Whatever. Right. You know, where this was going on? Apparently, they were not trying to pull the wool over anyone's is apparently made told everyone this is a robots who, you know. It's here to drum up. I don't know take pictures photo ops. Whatever it was the television station again that statement state run known didn't screw up. I mean, they very selective editing. You know, the commentary and everything they. Yeah. They definitely made. It seem that this is Russia's like I mean for all we know they're like Putin's like this is how we will take care of the Americans with the robots we move. We wanna fight them DNC Aaron space. Now, you could see like I'm wondering now at his level of hate fake this. So we scare them off or other guys. Like, okay, we've got to show him that we got some kind of progress because state run media, they can do whatever they want. You're like, oh, look, we got Putin. It's on the six o'clock news. That's what I'm thinking. And then all of a sudden, it's it's a Duda suit. And how many people just got promoted because promoting at the. Well, the modem. Sure, the staff is missing. But guess he's not missing. I wouldn't say missing, sir. The only thing that we watch over here from Russia's their car crash videos on YouTube, and they have a lot of them there because that's all they're good at and they all have cameras like, yeah. This angel received surest thing cheap. I keep almost buying one. You can get a dash Cam that goes inside inside your cab, and then the outside and it's only like one hundred dollars. Now, if you're a newborn driver you need that. Oh, definitely I did not say that. I did not do that. I don't know why there's fifteen minutes and missing footage. You would think now that all the people that try and pull stuff over on the Uber drivers like saying like he tried to rape me or he dropped some racial slur or something due to all these Uber drivers that are doing it full time. Maybe not the guy who does it a couple of days a week.
"aaron space" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"On six seventy cable why like good steve steve yeah i i was down in arizona last week and met my brotherinlaw down there and he never had been to a place called the pima aaron space museum down by tucson and so we went took him over there he's like in his late seventies and it's like twenty or thirty acres of airplanes i mean every kind of airplane playing you could think of plus four or five big hangers that i think makes it like the third largest aerospace museum in the us or something anyway willie when we wrote this tram around looking at planes was telling us everyone planes but they did i mean they went back to the world war one korean war after that and when we got inside one of the hangars there was a huey helicopter there and so we started explaining to us oh yeah yeah oh here's where they fix the you know the bullet hole in this one and where they sticks the bullet hole overhear 'cause he he had worked on on repairing aircraft and he told us that he also went up periodically and the gunners on these things which we'd never never heard before and he said one night when they went up a guy switched with them and the helicopter got shot down the five people on it died otherwise he would have been on that thing so he also showed his five or six places where he was a state and stationed in vietnam where he did work on on repairs and things like that so for us it was a great story and it was incredible seeing all the things that were on display steve thank you for sharing that.
"aaron space" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Of the more interesting world war two heroes pilots in our history how'd you get there thanks so much but i grew up kind of with an interest in world war two my grandfather was a navigator on a b twenty five in the pacific theater and i grew up in tucson arizona and he'd never going out as a kid that aaron space museum with them and getting to see all the different planes and registered about every book i could find in world war two is a as a kid studied american history northwestern university and then went on to the university of oxford where i did graduate work and really focused in on this period in world war two and american foreign policy and i think part of the fascinating thing about the story is you know we tend to think of world war two and you know the thing that gets taught in history classes is it goes from december seven nineteen forty one pearl harbor out through vj day and a large part of the story is about how there's actually a whole lot more that's going on before that including the formation of a unit called the american volunteer group that became the flying tigers at a first thing i found that really grabbed me about the story and i knew i had to write this book was when i was at yale in a in a basement collection of love letters between a nursing the unit and a pilot if you can believe it and that's part of that at the core of the story is their relationship and the you know these tattered pages still told the story of what it was like to be this pilot and this nurse who are in the unit and i ended up going and being kind of invited in by the flying tigers community and i've been going to their reunions now for the past couple of years there's only one surviving tiger left but the families have shared with me a ton of stories and original documents that allow the story to be told in the right way and an accurate way and that includes the original comment reports that because this was an unauthorized kind of covert mission didn't end up in the national archives is they would never unit they ended up in the basement and georgetown in washington dc and sitting in binders basically collecting dust and.
"aaron space" Discussed on PRI's The World
"The world's charles man speaking with us from moscow thanks as always charles thank you i'm guessing most of you have a pretty good image of what a star looks like but what is the star sound like tomorrow nasa is hoping to launch a mission that might help us out there sending out into space telescope called tests the mission to find previously undetected planets orbiting stars visible to us here on earth but tests won't just be looking at the stars here's my colleague paula gauche tests will also be listening to the sound of styles this is what a far away stuff similar to ask son which sound like if we could hear it coast there's no aaron space says stars called actually we had to mulches processes that caused them to shine they all say vibrates and so generate sound waves at each stop has its own song characteristic of its age composition this is a much larger older star and so it sound is low pitched and rumbling i mean he hit a silence of the star festival tells us the out of this turbulence is almost kale we get these old it sounds professor bill chaplain from birmingham university is leading the research to analyze star songs this gives us a way to watch study styles and see what their insides look like in a way that is just not possible by the main so it's giving as an impressive dented view of what they stars really are like.
"aaron space" Discussed on Unfilter
"Any obvious signs or signatures involves so when an object moving through the atmosphere you would expect to have certain signatures associated with that particular aircraft whether to missile drone rocket so for example you might see a heat signature coming from you might see i in his ation of the atmosphere you might hear sonic boom which you normally would it's an acoustic signature in this particular case these objects don't have any of those signatures so we know that they're not us military because they wouldn't be flying near aircraft as they often get me is on the on the engine signature but you never know maybe it's some sort of secret military program all right we have one more to get to before we wrap up the stranger's own this parents of amelia earhart one of america's biggest mysteries may finally be solved a brand new analysis found that the bones discovered on a remote island in the middle of the pacific ocean which they once thought belong to a man so they said they weren't her but now they did a new scientific analysis and they say yes ninety nine percent chance that they do belong to the famed pilot disappeared in july of nineteen thirty seven and ever since theory after theory of her fate has intrigued generations joining me now dorothy cochran the curator of the 'aeronautics department at this massoni and national aaron space museum one of the best stops in washington dc joins us good to see you tonight dorothy talked to us about the science behind the new measuring of the measurements of the bones are what he was going by what did he find.
"aaron space" Discussed on Analog(ue)
"Aaron space museum called the probably pronounce you're wrong that would far has he he's he has the i don't know aaron spaced museum something like that and it's over right next to dallas and i remember commenting to you on the way in this we went to this museum oh what are you going to tell your friends when you get back to london about your vacation oh yes you know we decide to be want to have fun on vacation so we went back to the airport the tag yeah looked because that is basically what you did because this hang nurse is on the at this hangers on the dallas property and we went at like for an evening to look around this hanger that has some truly amazing machine arena with inept so did you know what to expect rielly or were you just kind of walking implied no i had no idea i knew that was special that which is why want to go there could never seen one and so i knew that was that and when we walked in that you saw a plane i news to be cool be yes saw seventy one right which is des awesome to won black i knew very little about this plane my understanding was that the asshole seventy one flank was a radar like a stealth fight so stuff claim that was my understanding of it i think there's some truth to that it was it was ever a fight told and it wasn't stealth for the no no it certainly was not well this is only information i picked up from professor syracuse it was incredible was teaching me many things about like american if the action especially like planes used in battle and this will one of them we were talking through the veteran is apprentices before like kind of the stealth planes that we know today and like way that this was still theme mostly was that it flew high of them in the radar protect right it wasn't how the weeks no stuff.
"aaron space" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"In twenty ten isaiah with hit by a trunk in high team driver while being pushed in his stroller he's now paralyzed just never give up because and how old league is still in a keep going on and we just got to keep putting the message about the remind we may not be reached everybody but is anybody get to two surge individuals us will return to do is we're just trying to save lives according to the department of health and human services under eight strangers are four times more likely to develop alcohol dependence even both who wait until they're twenty one seventy five years ago the japanese attack pearl harbor today beat pivotal point in his three will be remembered on the uss midway a reap dedication is just getting underway it will be followed by a reading of the survivors who have died in the past year meantime yet the aaron space museum you can check out items including japanese their craft that were shut down also gum as the mike's later shell line from the uss midway today from ten to two vice president joe biden returned to the late show last night stephen car bear as the _v_p about his response to of reporters question if the run in twenty twenty and you said and i quotes are yeah i am on a run in twenty twenty reporter for what for president you know so what the hell man i can see the circumstance richard run but what i've learned a long long time ago stephen is to to you never you never you don't know what's going to happen i mean hell donald trump is going to be seventy four i'll be seventy seven in better shape i mean on this was the first tb interview vice president biden has done since the election maybe of news eight heather.