35 Burst results for "Apollo"

NASA delays astronaut moon landing to 2025

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 2 weeks ago

NASA delays astronaut moon landing to 2025

"NASA is delaying putting astronauts back on the moon former president Donald Trump had wanted a moon landing by twenty twenty four bring in the glamour back to it because most of the hammer lost everything NASA administrator bill Nelson says the date has been pushed back to twenty twenty five at the earliest because Congress did not provide enough money to develop a landing system fort Artemis moon program this time private companies will be competing for ten or more moon landings by astronauts there are legal issues involving Jeff Bezos's blue origin and eagle on musk SpaceX masses last lunar landing by astronauts happened during Apollo seventeen in nineteen seventy two altogether twelve men explored the moon's surface the last the late gene Cernan I

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"apollo" Discussed on Talking Lion

Talking Lion

05:46 min | Last month

"apollo" Discussed on Talking Lion

"The show nathan apollo. Yes are you ready for the question round i am. I'm i'm so ready for the question round. Would you rather meet your great great grandparents or your grandchildren. Oh man hull man. That's.

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"apollo" Discussed on Talking Lion

Talking Lion

03:55 min | Last month

"apollo" Discussed on Talking Lion

"I'm forever thankful for as while he still shoots me advice here in there which is incredible but I came up with nathan. Apollo and i was torn between doing the a e or not doing the and i i was talking with veritas and he was like i think you know which one to pick by just based on the way you're talking to me about it and i was like you're right. You're right and so yeah. I slapped the in there for for a long lost friend. And that is the story of nathan apollo. Because we always i always. We always told each other that we would both blow up and then when he died. I made a promise to like the universe that i would make it for him and carry his name with me as i literally put a part of his name inside of mine i really tearing actual tears plug actually crying say the happiest people are the ones with the tragic backgrounds. I mean i guess. It's but i mean it's fine. It's fine now. Like i said no need to be sad now but it others the story behind it s and it is a sad one Realizing to did you name apollo because of the moon line. I did not not because of the moonlight. I put apollo. Because i am a sucker. For percy jackson and greek mythology apollo is the god of music and so i was like that's fitting now. Let's do that you j. my i gotta have a chat. Jane mayer. I do not know. She's a she she. We've had her on the show and he's awesome but she her first songs are about greek mythology and that was talk. That's amazing that's man. That's beautiful man. i'm jay thank you. I got this sense listening to your to your music That you're somebody like me like us who has been dealt of a complicated hand and has put in an incredible amount of work to be very conscious about what you're focusing on. Absolutely i was saying last night. That if i like let myself focus if i let myself be upset about all the things i could be upset about that it that it would end for for for me that like that. There is so much work and so much of responsibility to focus on The positive and and the good. That's around and not in some sort of like you know like positively negatively like you know. I'm from new york. I don't necessarily like go. Go full on in that right but but there is a i finally a responsibility in in what we choose to focus on and especially good we choose to focus on And in that announced space. I wanna talk about sightsee. Which you when i when ideas about it you said. It was an underrated song. It is yeah when i heard site c especially today And it's been. It's been a tough week. I cried. I was i. I was really moved by what you were attention to. And thank you how sacred you made you know the sound of throwing out the trash you know. And and how. Like how sacred you made these small moments and also just how beautifully you're able to articulate what it feels like to be in this stage again. I'm quoting align which. Which i never do on the show but i really like i snapped. Poetry snapped in my car. Someone to be.

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"apollo" Discussed on Talking Lion

Talking Lion

05:01 min | Last month

"apollo" Discussed on Talking Lion

"We're focusing on nathan apollo here. Yes but i mean i. I love that one of the things that i talked about a lot on the show and in a frustration. Almost a war. I feel like i'm i'm fighting. I'm a lyricist. Like that is in a session when i find to be my my strength and when i'm always fighting for urging for is a lyrical through line and lyrical Consistency and and more than anything lyrical. Cause and effect right. I i get really frustrated and pop music when you've got these lines especially in verse where it's like one line and then another line that's really related. It's not really related yet. I think that what i really love. I think we have a lot in common. Is the way you just like. Take each line the verdon literally and just run with it. Like i'm gonna read. I very rarely do this on the show. I'm gonna read a line from to you that our minds were blown. The line is and.

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Congressional members share own abortion stories at hearing

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 2 months ago

Congressional members share own abortion stories at hearing

"Members of Congress shared stories about abortion at a house hearing Missouri Democrat Cory bush said she was at a church trip when she was eighteen I was raped I became pregnant and I chose to have an abortion bush that it was the hardest decision she's ever made I knew it was the right decision for me it was freeing knowing I had options Florida Republican cat Kalmyks mother suffered a stroke pregnant with her older sister and after her next pregnancy was urged to get an abortion my mom survived I survived and I am a living breathing witness of the power of life Washington Democrat per Mila J. Apollo says she got an abortion after being told her pregnancy would be high risk for her and her baby but it was my choice and that is what must be preserved for every pregnant person the debate comes as states like Texas are passing laws limiting abortion access at Donahue Washington

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"apollo" Discussed on Archives of Fabella

Archives of Fabella

03:28 min | 3 months ago

"apollo" Discussed on Archives of Fabella

"Harp for an enduring crowned. The crowd proclaims apollo winner leaving mary. South rejected once more. But the story isn't over there. In the crowd is key midas the legendary king of the power to turn everything he touches into gold after a fateful wish voices his approval for mary assesses performance even though those voicing their appreciation for mary sas are small in number. Apollo can't have anyone thinking. I rival musician is better than him. Observers at the performance right that apollo caused an angry scene chatting obscenities at mary's and king midas the god ultimately had to be dragged off by his friends to avoid public embarrassment. The following week disturbing news spreads that mary sas and king midas are dead. Both deaths are announced to be suicide by the olympians but many members of the public are not convinced. Murmur spread bread that mary assess and midas were murdered by none other than apollo olympians were covering up the case otherwise by with issue a proclamation that the deaths were suicide over a matter that was beneath them public outrage against apollo rose to fever pitch the god is never brought up on charges related to the murders and apollo goes on a goodwill mission to repair his image while downplaying his involvement with the departed. Still the little noon story of mary. Sas and midas continues to dog the affable nice guy god of the sun and light for his entire.

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"apollo" Discussed on Liftoff

Liftoff

08:39 min | 4 months ago

"apollo" Discussed on Liftoff

"You to audible for their support of lift-off and all of really fm. All right back home. Stephen let's get back home on. August third nineteen seventy-one apollo fifteen departed lunar orbit headed back to earth. But before they got home. They had one more major task to perform. Yeah remember those external cameras at apollo fifteen was carrying to observe the moon. Well our and had to do an ea just to retrieve the film and it took about twenty minutes to do that. You got to get the film. Gotta get the film out the episode. Pop the hatch on the command module. And just go go go film. Yeah it's pretty sweet. Four days later apollo fifteen splashdown in the pacific on parachutes instead of three physical little harder issues. Just were there all the way to the end. All three parachutes deployed and it's thought that when the astronauts dumped their accessory reaction control thruster propellant before entering the atmosphere in may have damaged some of the lines on that parachute. But it's not really clear but apollo was designed land on just two parachute so they returned safely. that's good. it's all good at more than twelve days long including almost three days on the lunar surface the longest apollo flight so far only policy would end up being longer and even then by just a few hours. They're really pushing the limits. Here of what you can do on apollo sooner. I've got to talk about one of the more strange incidents of the entire apollo program And it has a lot more to do with what happened after the splashdown a fifteen then what happened with the mission itself. Consider this like a throwback version of our space law segment that we do space. Here's what happened in the sixties space-related stamp collecting was a big deal. It's a thing. I don't understand that either. Nasa sort of unofficially participated in a nasa official even printed special envelopes to be canceled on the day of the mission launch and they were often given out his gifts. Most apollo actually made a deal with german stamp dealer named horst ironman. Who was a friend of dukes layton's and lived in cocoa beach right next to kennedy space center. The deal was autograph a bunch of postcards and stamps and stuff for a few thousand dollars and all of those collector. Items were valuable because of their connection to nasa. But they didn't fly in space right right but some stamps and other stamp memorabilia did fly in space. Astronauts had this allotment of personal space on their flights called a personal preference kit. They were meant for personal souvenirs of the mission and special stamp collector covers were flown in the crew. Kids of apollo eleven thirteen and fourteen at mitchell actually took his to the lunar surface in apollo fourteen and there was an official stamp collecting angle going on during a policy. Fifteen on the lunar surface. Dave scott used a special post marketing tool designed by the postal service to cancel a cover featuring to space themed stamps. That covered by the way is now in the smithsonian national postal museum all interesting now. The story gets really weird. So that german. A stamp dealer horsed ironman new another german stamp dealer named herman seger so armand went to a party for apollo astronauts hosted by seeger at seger's house because he was a pal of slayton and the astronauts and at the party he proposed that the astronauts take one hundred stamp covers to the moon and he would pay them seven thousand dollars. Each the covers would be sold in the future after the apollo program ended at least that's how the astronauts understood it to be. They say they were told that this was a common practice. Obviously other stamp related things had been going on other apollo crews. They were told had done this. And that it was like the deals made by earlier. Astronauts with life magazine the apollo fifteen astronauts agreed and said that they would take the money and save it for their kids college education and put the senate perspective these astronauts made between twenty and twenty six thousand dollars a year an extra seven thousand dollars which is forty seven. Grand is days. Money was a big chunk of change. Yeah and i think they feel left out because the end of the original astronauts got sweet life magazine deal and they didn't have anything like that. Yeah so they planned this system where the covers would be stamped at kennedy space center on the day of the launch put in vehicle. When they splashed down they would be stamped again on the recovery ship Warden had another friend. Who was a stamp collector. Who talked him into carrying. One hundred and forty-four more covers that the agreement there was to be sold later after everybody had retired from nasa also swirling around at this time there was a sort of a mini scandal where apollo fourteen had carried a bunch of medallions from the franklin met which then melted them down. Mix them with a bunch of additional material Collectors coins that contained some silver. That have gone to the moon and course advertised about it. The only thing that stopped this from being a big scandal as at the ass knotts had not taken any money for it And in the wake of this d.c. And reduce the number of medallions. That could be flown on. Future missions writes a buzzing around. Is this idea of like. Are we commercially exploiting the space program. That was you know as being paid for by the american taxpayer right but despite all of that the scheme went ahead and it is i. I would say kind of a scheme. The nobody remembers who the covers in the lunar lander. But somebody did that. So they went down to the surface and on the uss okinawa which was the navy vessel that picked them up after splashdown they had gotten officers to go buy a bunch of stamps and fly them from pearl harbor on a helicopter to the ship after splashdown the crew of the okinawa actually helped the astronauts like lick the stamps and put them on and on the flight back to houston. The astronauts did a whole bunch of signing of stamp covers for several hours on that long flight back to houston so to say that this was like a minor thing. i don't think that that holds they. They put in a lot of effort and got a lot of other people involved and back in houston nasa employees in the astronaut office actually would type up certifications on some of those covers and the astronauts opened germ or had opened for them. Perhaps german bank accounts pocket. The money right so like this was a whole thing. Yeah this is not just a slip it in your bag and forget it kind of kind of thing. no no. there's so although this is a complex story. And i think that maybe the astronauts were not treated entirely fairly. I think it's also disingenuous to say that this was a perfectly innocent thing. I think there were a lot of misunderstandings going on here about what was allowed and what was not but i think also people were trying to stretch what was allowed for personal gain the amount of logistics for something. That's basically not allowed under nasa rules. That's that's why. Although i roll my eyes at the scandal it is. It's way more than i thought it would be when we started working on this episode sameera. I'd always kind of just glossed over it when reading about fifteen of oh that took some stamps and gold standard. But this was a multi faceted plan with real money like we said something that was. Yeah even if it wasn't against the letter of the law because nasa's rules were changing and in that previous case with fourteen maybe behind what was going on definitely against the the meaning of the rules. Right yeah that you can't. You can't use your government position for personal wealth for personal gain. Yeah and the the idea. I think that everybody's doing it. I think that that. Would i think kind of the astronauts got taken a little bit and they were also greedy And that's how you get taken. Is that somebody sweet talks you and you've got a little bit of greed like oh we don't make that much money. I can put this away from the kid's college. It's easy money all we have to do is this thing but But definitely i think that they were using the history of stamps and stuff in the apollo program to kind of I think the stamp dealers were trying to use that to to trick them a little bit into thinking they could you know. Give them enough of a reason to talk themselves into doing this thing. But you know guess. What the stamp dealers didn't wait until everyone had retired from this to sell them. They started selling them and the astronauts get antsy. They finally realizing that this this had gone. This was going to get out and then there was going to be trouble. They decided after the fact after all this was done they gave their Their bankbooks passbooks back to the the stamp dealer and said like we don't want this money that's in these accounts. Germany word got around to nasa mostly. Because they were a bunch of collectors and the legitimate stamp market..

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How Yahoo Is Experimenting With Platforms and Partnerships to Grow Its Audience

The Digiday Podcast

01:59 min | 4 months ago

How Yahoo Is Experimenting With Platforms and Partnerships to Grow Its Audience

"Kili this week. You spoke with join a. Lambert who is the head of consumer yahoo who obviously has been in the news this year. Because rising media's parent company was acquired by apollo global management had been owned over as in now has been sold off. Did joya talk belic where it has or hasn't changed over yahoo since the deal was announced back in by yeah so obviously a fairly new announcement. She couldn't really get into too much of it because the deal hasn't been finalized and all that but at the end she did talk about some of the. I guess prospects for this change and how she anticipates it to be a positive For the company so she'll get into a little bit on it but yeah ultimately unfortunately not too much could be said about the actual Deal and who obviously one of the original internet portals been around since the ninety s. What's yahoo audience. Look like at this point. Yeah so that's a big focus of this conversation because they have been doing a lot in the way of trying to get jen's ears Into the yahu portfolio sphere the company launched a couple of years ago. A brand called in the know which is a video arm that previously sat on top of like its portfolio of brands. It has since been built out into its own Brand itself which has a very big emphasis on consumer revenue. So you're commerce. Plays shop will video things like that but she also talks a lot about the other areas of the portfolio that they're looking to incorporate more of genzyme audience so Everything from yahoo finance in a focus on things like personal finance crypto to tech crunch and also over to like the fantasy side of

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An Inside Look at the Tesla Model S Plaid!

Waveform: The MKBHD Podcast

02:23 min | 4 months ago

An Inside Look at the Tesla Model S Plaid!

"Welcome back to the way for podcast. Where hosts a marquette's and i'm andrew and both you're watching the video version straight Is gonna look a little bit different because we're in different place if you're listening to the audio version is probably gonna sound a little different to get probably so. It's run car. We are in a car and today we're here in the new refreshed testimony the plaid version. And we're just gonna be talking about it in in our extended thoughts hopefully by now. Ideally the first impressions video is out working on that for a couple of days but obviously that's so produced and people have all these questions all these little things and this is your first time being in the car for an extended period of time like looking around it so I'm gonna try to answer as many questions about every little thing as i as i can. We are working on a review of the car later. I should make that clear. There is a much bigger full review of the model s. And kind of like all tesla's coming up in the next couple weeks but is a flagship current pretty exciting so we get to get to get into all the details of it. Where do you wanna start. Because you're in the front seat. In the francie adams between us in the back seat you might have questions to. So what do we what we want to start with. So they like does yolk in front of me but william anywhere. There's a little context here. I i dropped him off to pick this up on friday. And i basically opened the door and left because my theory was this week's podcast was going to be kind of like my raw impressions on. Were you've been driving now for a couple of days For much longer than most people drive in five days yet. I feel like i kind of did this. When i first got apollo. Actually immediately that weekend. I had a ultimate tournament in like southern new jersey. And the first thing. I did was taken on a big road trip so i really got to know the car and the same exact thing happened with this car. Where friday picked up the car Saturday had a deal frisbee game in boston earlier. We're supposed to got rained out but nevertheless immediately got in this car and drove it three hundred miles to boston and three hundred miles back in the same day so right off the bat i get i get everything i get supercharging. I get parking. I get driving highway. I get yoke. I get like the full in-depth for russians

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Cross-Cultural Casting: Noteworthy for Hollywood, but Not Exactly New

All Things Considered

01:56 min | 4 months ago

Cross-Cultural Casting: Noteworthy for Hollywood, but Not Exactly New

"About unconventional casting choices in film and TV. Mindy Kaling playing Velma and Scooby Doo spinoff Black Jamaican actress Jodie Turner Smith playing the doomed wife of Henry, the eighth and the British miniseries and Berlin. My dear sister No holds a loose tongue in her head. So does this sort of diverse casting violate some unspoken rule about realism critic Bob Mondello takes a long view, he says. Cross cultural Casting has always raised eyebrows, even though it's as old as casting itself in the fifth century BC When the Greek playwright escalates, needed a defense attorney for his leading man in the tragedy, the Oresteia he picked the God Apollo choice You do not make if you're worried about verisimilitude in casting. Live theater has always assumed the audience can make imaginative leaps. Whether it's depicting warrior kings who rant my kingdom for a horse or founding fathers who rap. I am not throwing away my shot. Hamilton, of course, is a special case. Just like my country. I'm young, scrappy and hungry, and I'm Shot. It's a Broadway musical, famous not just for putting hip hop in the mouths of Thomas Jefferson and George Washington but for matching black and brown faces to those historic white characters. Every time I write a piece of theater, I'm trying to get us on the board Latino composer lyricist Lin Manuel Miranda, speaking with fresh air's Terry Gross, black and Brown artist. This is a story of America, then told by America Now it's our country to with inclusion as Hamilton's calling card, diverse audiences made it a worldwide phenomenon, an outcome that seems natural. In retrospect, but that flew in the face of decades of theater practice in 1986. When the stage union actors equity convened the first national symposium on nontraditional casting. It noted that more than 90% of actors hired in the U. S were white and presented scenes designed to help theatre makers consider other possibilities. In Tennessee Williams's

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Cross-Cultural Casting: Noteworthy for Hollywood, but Not Exactly New

Coronavirus Daily

02:07 min | 4 months ago

Cross-Cultural Casting: Noteworthy for Hollywood, but Not Exactly New

"The conventional criticism of diverse casting is that it violates some unspoken rule about realism. It's utterly one way traffic. He will not be getting any white people. Playing fellow lay anytime soon. If there's a bio-pic nelson mandela will not be played by a white actor. This is gum. That's the view on one british. Talk show anyway. But as npr's film critic bob mandela explains cross cultural casting has always raised eyebrows even though it's as old as casting itself in the fifth century bc when the greek playwright escalates needed a defense attorney for his leading man in the tragedy or sta he picked the god apollo choice. You do not make. If you're worried about vera similitude in casting live theater has always assumed. The audience can make imaginative leaps whether it's depicting warrior kings who rant or founding fathers who wrap shots. Hamilton of course is a special case. It's a broadway musical famous. Not just for putting hip hop in the mouths of thomas jefferson and george washington but for matching black and brown faces to those historic white characters. Every time i write a piece of theater. I'm trying to get us on the board. Latino composer-lyricist lin-manuel miranda's speaking with fresh air's terry gross black and brown artists. This is a story of america then told by american now. It's our country to talk with inclusion. Hamilton's calling card. Diverse audiences made it a worldwide phenomenon and outcome. That seems natural. In retrospect but that flew in the face of decades of theatre practice in nineteen eighty-six when the stage union actor's equity convened the first national symposium on nontraditional casting. It noted that more than ninety percent of actors hired in the us were white and presented scenes designed to help theater makers consider other possibilities

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"apollo" Discussed on Unspooled

Unspooled

05:14 min | 5 months ago

"apollo" Discussed on Unspooled

"Say it is not run. Howard's fault that this line got misquoted. The actual fault is from a tv movie that came out of four years after the actual apollo thirteen mission in that tv movie. That was a retelling of the story was called. Houston we've got a problem. The movie actually opens with. Eli wallach. you know the guy from the good the bad and the ugly doing what i think is pretty absurd. Imitation of rod. Sterling disaster is two minutes away and county. Much of what you were about to see is true. The events of the last four days of the apollo thirteen mission are real. The voices of the astronauts from space are real. Most of nasa personnel are portrayed as themselves however has an all recreated history. Some of the characters are fictionalized and are meant to represent the spirit of the apollo.

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"apollo" Discussed on Unspooled

Unspooled

04:16 min | 5 months ago

"apollo" Discussed on Unspooled

"He's he's had tremendous success with these new things that these genius documentaries that he's doing on ame where it's like albert einstein all these these you know these little there dramatization cz. I mean it sounds weird to me coming out of my mouth. That i'm more more in for ron howard. I think you've until last year during pandemic one of my pandemic activities which are failed on was. I was going to try to understand ron howard. I wanted to apply the howard hawks and as the cinema who you. how does all those like french critics. Who were young truffaut. Looked at howard hawks. They looked at hitchcock. And they're like you guys never took these director seriously. We're going to argue why they're masterpieces and they did it. They managed to pull up. Ron howard hawks and pull up hitchcock and make them get appreciated as artists when before they had just been known as hit makers when i think they were seeing a lot more like how we see ron howard in i would love to be able to crack the code of ron howard and build an argument for why. He is the howard hawks of the nineties. I haven't been able to do it yet. Well i mean you know. I think that ron howard's beginning of his career is a lot more interesting than the end of his career than to ron. Howard is a guy who was making nightshift and splash. Cocoon and gung ho willow. Parenthood backdraft far and away. The paper apollo thirteen ransom a string of hits. I mean every one is giant you know and then like and then once he does grinch right which is not very good but that's not. I don't think that's anything on him. I think but he kind of creates a very faithful adaptation of this thing. And yet you're in there you think as soon as i do i do because i would like maybe not find his heart. Well i'm going to tell you the tv version and the elimination version or way better versions of it. John lyric head has the grinch on stage. So all right but then look at this. So after the grinch it's beautiful mind. Cinderella man davinci code right but then it's frost nixon davinci code to the dilemma..

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"apollo" Discussed on Unspooled

Unspooled

04:28 min | 5 months ago

"apollo" Discussed on Unspooled

"Classic that's a prom song if there ever was one Amy have you said that you've never seen apollo thirteen. I can't remember when we first started doing this. I had not actually seen apollo thirteen. So this is my first apollo thirteen. Watch i'm very curious to hear your thoughts on the. Because i saw this in the theater and i feel like this is a movie. We talked about this a little bit last week. Very much in the shawshank world of it's often played on tv. I think it's got some of arguably our favorite actors. You know people that you go do. The people alike people that you know. It's directed by one of the most likeable great solid director. Just every part of this is packaged. In a way where you feel like it's a home run. And i think in many ways it is viewed as like this is a great homerun movie. Your thoughts surprise me about apollo. Thirteen was watching a movie. That is all. I feel like the pieces and the timing. You know it was like basically out the fourth of july of being aurora. Look at what we did. We got our men home safely. Popcorn flick and i was surprised to realize that. This is a film about disappointment over achievement. In a film about reconciling with what happens when you don't get what you want that this film had of really emotional poll about these aren't just the men who did great things. These are the men who had to look at what it was like to feel powerless for when you're floating in space and what is it like deliver towards a goal that you don't get to achieve in. I feel like that's not a plot. I've seen in many movies. That have this kind of like big cast. Big construction big. You know where to call the apollo thirteen like an ip vision but like this this construction around it in wind up feeling sort of mournful like you're showing a different way of what a hero is very the victory is that they are alive and that their home not that they did something great. I mean they did do some ingrate which was.

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NASA's Moon-Bound Mannequin Named After Hero of Apollo 13 Mission

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

00:27 sec | 5 months ago

NASA's Moon-Bound Mannequin Named After Hero of Apollo 13 Mission

"What its moon bound mannequin will be named. After a weeks long challenge. The space agency says people have named it Campos. Campus in honor of the late Arturo Campos, Mexican American engineer who was crucial in bringing back the crew of the Apollo 13 after an oxygen tank exploded on their mission. Campus is set to blast off on the unproved Artemus one moon mission in November. Well,

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Suns Say Paul in Protocols, Status for West Finals Unclear

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 5 months ago

Suns Say Paul in Protocols, Status for West Finals Unclear

"The sun say guard Chris Paul has entered the NBA's health and safety protocols and his availability for game one of the Western Conference finals is unclear a person with knowledge of the situation tells the Associated Press Apollo has been vaccinated against cove in nineteen that could mean the park could be cleared to return faster than those who tested positive before vaccines were available Paul had an outstanding series against the nuggets despite playing with a nagging shoulder injury he scored thirty seven points in game four to help the sun's complete a sweep of Denver I'm Dave very

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How the Sun Could Spoil NASA's Trip Back to the Moon

Kottke Ride Home

02:07 min | 6 months ago

How the Sun Could Spoil NASA's Trip Back to the Moon

"Nasa is supposed to go back to the moon in twenty four as part of its program but recently seemed like they may need to push that deadline back a few years and while it's never good to rush something as serious as catapulting human beings into space. The mit technology review points out. There's one reason it might be better if they stuck to the original timeline. And it's the sons faults. According to a new study published today in the journal solar physics were going to be seen some extreme space weather. Roughly around twenty twenty six through twenty twenty-nine exactly when nasa might go to the moon if the current twenty twenty four time line is pushed back. Now what do they mean. By extreme space weather mostly solar storms quoting the mit tech review. The surface of the sun erupts with gas and plasma ejecting charged particles protons electrons and heavy ions into the rest of the solar system at millions of miles per hour. These particles can strike earth and the moon in just a matter of minutes. Earth's magnetic field protects us from them but the particles can still fry electronics in power grids on the surface and damage critical that manage. Gps until the communication services space weather could be extremely dangerous for any astronauts flying to the moon or trying to live and work on lunar outpost at the surface life support systems and power could shut down and solar activity could produce life-threatening levels of radiation between apollo sixteen and seventeen says matthew owens lead author of the study and a space physicist at the university of reading. There was a huge space weather event. That would have likely been fatal. If astronauts had been on the moon the time and quotes and this is something that i learned from that apple tv plus show for all mankind which showed a solar storm occurred that disrupted radio communication on earth and created a dire situation for the astronauts on the lunar base. But how do we know that this is going to be worse in the latter half of the decade as opposed to in twenty twenty four. Because that's when the sun will be ending. Its eleven year cycle cycle twenty five which began at the end of twenty nineteen.

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Wrestlemania 37 Review Special (Part 1) ft. Pro Wrestling Insider Shane Peacher (Ball & Buds Podcast Episode #14)

Ball & Buds

03:33 min | 7 months ago

Wrestlemania 37 Review Special (Part 1) ft. Pro Wrestling Insider Shane Peacher (Ball & Buds Podcast Episode #14)

"It felt like the old wwf. You know where they would have the pre match interviews and they just did like a thousand one before the before the show. It was great. It was awesome. I was actually happy that the rain happened. So let's start from the top. And i know you told me to talk about this and i was gonna ask you anyways. How do you. Because you are the biggest cogan hogan fan in the world titus and hulk hogan forever pirates soups. What are you kidding. Me ho me. tease john. Now i love hulk you know that man that was ridiculous and i love the whole a guest host. I guess but i mean it's just so scripted in horrible but it was so tacking it was it was eight hogan and it was hilarious and i loved it anyways just because it was hawk. I'm biased though osos soobee. you're biased. I love to do though even though it was awkward as well like they really tried to force this pairing together and it was like really didn't need to do this right and then of course you know you. They forced it because of the whole inward situation. Because if you remember when it first happened in hall they let hawk come back like titus kind of had an issue if you remember if you remember that whole scenario so i think they did. I think it was forced because that which is awkward. And i think hilarious because although titus forgave. I don't think he forgets to say i heard that. China's said technically forgiving him. But i heard that he was also still feeling that obviously so i was really awkward but it was kind of funny to me and i'm sure well speaking of they let that happen. Also because titus was in tampa so they actually tried to prop him up in his hometown but biggie. They took the championship from. Why do wwf keep letting or keep wanting to humiliate the wrestlers by having them losing their hometown. Do they think that this is good. Because it's not no. I don't know if it's hometown thing. I just think if you look back after the fat none of the world championship changed and so they had to change the littler titles. I think that's really it. You know what i mean. Because how many mania is does a world title never changed especially nixon had to one for each show. You know what i mean you have the world title and then undisputed title. Neither changed hands. And that's rare for mania. You always usually have a title change Meanwhile when i heard it will trump ender explanation is. I'm gonna beat you so it sounds like a drum is like okay. These kids don't even know what the matches but it was just a weapons manage. You know why. Why why you know what i'm saying. I mean they had like a whole bunch of guys around the ding beating drums. And you know the exact same thing you know. Maybe the an open pit you know like the african wrestling. I don't know if you've ever seen it looks like we're like scooting around in dirt. Yes can you know single knees wrestling that whack. I know the the matches it was kinda. Get his get his turn to because kofi had a big wrestlemainia match aside from the tag team for when he went for the title. This is big east big match. But of course he's got to lose because he's in results were rating so far right now the only result i think that was correct was owens. This was correct if it wasn't in his hometown but

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Verizon Sells Internet Trailblazers Yahoo and AOL for $5B

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 7 months ago

Verizon Sells Internet Trailblazers Yahoo and AOL for $5B

"Verizon is selling a couple of internet trail Blazers one was once the face of the internet but young who was overtaken by the likes of Google and Facebook another name being sold is a well you've got mail it was a dominant name during the internet's earliest days Verizon bought Yahoo and AOL about six years ago for nine billion dollars they're selling to Apollo management for five billion their attempts to jumpstart the brand's didn't work the ricin is refocusing on its wireless business I'm a Donahue

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Verizon Sells Yahoo and AOL to Apollo for $5 Billion

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:20 sec | 7 months ago

Verizon Sells Yahoo and AOL to Apollo for $5 Billion

"Been sold again, this time to a private equity firm. Verizon is selling its Verizon Media unit, which consists of those pioneering tech platforms that's going to Apollo global management for $5 billion Rise and says it will keep a 10% stake in the new company in the new company will be called Yahoo. Guess Prices,

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SpaceX Returns 4 Astronauts to Earth

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 7 months ago

SpaceX Returns 4 Astronauts to Earth

"I'm Julie Walker SpaceX delivers for astronauts back to earth from the international space station Sunday and it's a historic splashed down in more ways than one the dragon capsule parachuted into the Gulf of Mexico off the coast of Florida just before three AM welcome back to planet earth and things were fine SpaceX for those of you enrolled in our frequent flyer program you have earned sixty eight million miles on this voyage it is back on planet earth okay I will take those miles are they transferable what a way to come home the astronauts flew back in the same SpaceX capsule named resilience in which they launched it was the first U. S. crew splashed down in darkness since the Apollo eight moon shot in nineteen sixty eight the astronauts three American one Japanese spent a hundred and sixty seven days in space the previous record was eighty four set by NASA spinal Skylab space station astronauts I'm Julie Walker

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SpaceX Crew-1 Mission Splashes Down With Four Astronauts

Overnights

00:44 sec | 7 months ago

SpaceX Crew-1 Mission Splashes Down With Four Astronauts

"Astronauts have returned safely to Earth from the international space Station after almost six months on the orbiting outpost, the space X crew Dragon spacecraft named resilience And it just before three A.m. local time off the coast of Panama City in the U. S State of Florida. The last NASA crew to land back on Earth at night time was Apollo eight, the first manned mission to the moon, which returned in December of 1968. Commander Mike Hopkins says it's an incredible achievement. We said it before the commission and I'm gonna say it again here afterwards. It's amazing what can be accomplished when when people come together. Finally, I'd just like to say quite frankly, you all a change in the world. Congratulations. It's great to be back.

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Four Crew Dragon astronauts head home from space station

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:19 sec | 7 months ago

Four Crew Dragon astronauts head home from space station

"The spacex capsule carrying four astronauts has deported the international space station and is aiming for a rare nighttime splashdown. The dragon capsule undocked from the station. Saturday night spacex is targeting a landing around three. Am sunday the gulf of mexico. Off the coast of panama city florida. It will be the first splashdown in darkness since apollo eight crew returned from the moon in one thousand nine hundred

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Olympia Dukakis, Oscar-winning 'Moonstruck' star, dies at 89

AP News Radio

01:10 min | 7 months ago

Olympia Dukakis, Oscar-winning 'Moonstruck' star, dies at 89

"I'm Julie Walker Olympia Dukakis Oscar winning actress who played Cher's mother in moonstruck and appeared on Broadway has died at eighty nine according to our agent Dukakis died at her home in New York City her brother Apollo wrote on Facebook after many months of failing health she is finally at peace with Lewis her husband your call has referred to her in nineteen eighty eight best supporting actress win for moonstruck as the year of the Dukakis you've got a lot of blind on your neck he's coming back this morning what's the matter with you L. I. Scott went down hard like that damn thing come up with something it also was the year her cousin Massachusetts governor Michael Dukakis was the democratic party's presidential nominee but the actress you lost your statue as she told A. P. back in two thousand and three somebody broke into the kitchen took the Oscar left that's all they wanted was the Oscar and you never got a bank now but I'll tell you how clever my husband wants has been insured for ten thousand dollars so we got ten thousand dollars when it was stolen and we bought another one for like sixty Bucks I'm Julie Walker

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Apollo 11 Astronaut Michael Collins Dies

Larry Elder

00:15 sec | 7 months ago

Apollo 11 Astronaut Michael Collins Dies

"CIA Apollo 11 astronaut Michael Collins has died at the age of 90. He piloted the ship from which Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin left to make their historic first steps on the moon in 1969. Howard's family said in a statement that the astronaut died Wednesday from

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Michael Collins, Apollo 11 Astronaut, Dies at 90

All Things Considered

00:19 sec | 7 months ago

Michael Collins, Apollo 11 Astronaut, Dies at 90

"11 astronauts has died. Michael Collins was part of the three member crew who went to the moon on the first lunar landing mission. But unlike Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin, he never set foot on the moon. He stayed behind and piloted the command module as it circled above. Collins has died of cancer at the age of 90. MPR's

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"apollo" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:30 min | 11 months ago

"apollo" Discussed on 600 WREC

"I mean, even Apollo, as in? I mean, what? I'm not gonna apologize minute a minute, right? I'm not gonna call up the nose. So you know, that was a mistake's. No, it was just send it to him was the mistake s O. So I called. I called him up and I said You know? Hey, it's tad. He goes. Yeah, I got your email. And I said, Well, I said, Listen, you know, I'm not gonna try and, you know hide from what I said, because clearly I said it, and clearly I'm in it. But you know what? It doesn't matter, because we're still gonna do everything we can For all the reasons that I said in the email, you know you're one of our most important clients and we've got to be doing this on. And so he starts apologizing. It turned out to Yeah, he didn't know he was being so you know, ended up a better relationship than you starts apologizing his light. Listen, I'm not trying to be unreasonable. You know, I've got all this pressure on me. And and so it ended up being this dialogue enabled us to kind of have relations. Have a clear the air and come to a better conclusion. So perfect accidental. That was that was a serendipitous. Yeah, it was for a minute there. Your heart stopped. Well, but you know, and I think part of it was I didn't try toe sugarcoat it. Yeah, You know, I just said, you know, I said it, I own it. You know? Yeah. If I had it to do over again, I wouldn't have copied you on it. But you know, we actually had a good laugh at all right. So that's fun, and we've had a blast this week..

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"apollo" Discussed on Southern Tomfoolery Plays

Southern Tomfoolery Plays

05:43 min | 11 months ago

"apollo" Discussed on Southern Tomfoolery Plays

"I am a member of apollo protection agency and as i mentioned before this was the same group that i went with and to as latte he space. You see this apollo agency. It's and his just kind of almost a wells of feelings in him and he just cast it like steel himself. This this group is original. Mission was to ferry the accused to the machine court on abalon to.

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"apollo" Discussed on Talking Kotlin

Talking Kotlin

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"apollo" Discussed on Talking Kotlin

"Yeah i just like to mention that initially is. It's an historical day at the behalf with different motivation. For the apology. Half apology s have oppo and the the loss to that we needed this day apple on droids some solution for the enjoy but that was interesting. That a lot of actually through a lot of question was why you call droid east. It's a k. to houston. Jvm and piano that simple even using them that but can't as the client for graph deal and that was so to be honest interested in white coldly simple android but it's like historical we'd never have a chance to drop it the android but the good thing is like if somebody searched for Clients it shows up. Pretty good in the google's searches the i hope it doesn't show up with every example pointing to android. Because you see. I told you. The cotton is only for android brings interacting versions because we recruit named apollo curtin for an example. But it's not just about goodland because it also does rebecca gen so it's would be something like apollo jillian and katelyn which is kind of for most for for something to report. I mean it's this Situation where we have right. We have caught in the jvm and then there is the. There's the cotton is there a cotton android. And then there's scotland john jay cotton native and then native of course is a technology that enables iowa's naples desktop enables naming as hard as i said so. This project started out as what as java or from scratch. It was written in common. So i can. I can't take dead. So basically when i joined our whistles interested in the greatest park but at that time it was all java and in fact the Stock was also groovy little bit of nightmares. I remember now. Yeah so Almost one year ago yvonne started the initial guitar issue to To months dot The first step was to convert not just a library but the cogeneration also into copeland So that was like really big big task First week we kept it. Initial griddle plug in and allow the users to calmer like generate copying basically. That was the first step who so. Why did you request event like why did you want to convert this to cotton multiplatform Feel like i feel a need that these the late when we started the apollo eight two tercel. It was like around sweet ago. I guess in the the reason why it was on. Jvm might be one. What the reason was is that By that time go probably didn't still have announced their the. It's going to support as the source class citizen so be wrote Actually the because john was reconvened calling but the rest The wrist like runtime supporting files. So even more dosage radiothon java code so and but opted. Fb sold the future in quickly multiplied from light. You can have the Network you can have the.

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"apollo" Discussed on Talking Kotlin

Talking Kotlin

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"apollo" Discussed on Talking Kotlin

"For folks that don't know anything about this. What is apollo. how does it fit with roth. Qu'ils can you give a brief overview of that. i can take that question <hes>. So how doing oscar. Much since the beginning and we have <hes>. open source implementation of logically. Things are off curiel. Stacks maybe i should say oh god stop would be good. Oh so rescue allies <hes>. I like to think of it as a rest on steroids. So it's a way to communicate with your back. End of that allows client to query specific fields as a need so unlike at traditional rest. Api you query. Jesus and you have off seems so some of the things you might want and some of the things you might not use we've got you l. You can clearly hea- quest only the shells and that as to unit so it's <hes>. It's a nicer bathroom. Mincy women and its way to model your your data your back <hes>. Which moves a lot of patients between kids and and on top of that. The nice thing we ask you this. What's a started. What made me love got you all is that it's a completely totally tight. It's actually. It has some similarities with coach because it has features such as a note safety and all types. It's it's a computer type system. So i think it's a very good candidate are good companion to have a when writing quran. So it complements kotla nicely basically right. Yeah there's a to walk city well together because of the same concept and being able to have type safety from your beckoned to your funded is a super useful and as a korean developers are really okay so now tell us about apollo. Where does this sit up. And the way it is <hes>. Actual clients for and <hes>. Also falls a jvm and for coaching. They took that later. So it's named envoy because this is where most of us use it so issue haven't annoyed that and you have acura beckham apollo android <hes>. Will generate models typeset models. That mucho back. So in a very high level it's a adultery gins that generate some code and sauce. Feis that you can later use with a one timer is at two does fascinating and also all kinds of things like jerry quest gushing so essentially you give it an end point and then it generates everything needed to talk to that endpoint right. Yeah give it an an point and customer fight so you would you fight your language. So you'll give goth terrell. find your. give us chemo. Defines orders types in your back end and that put the models for that

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"apollo" Discussed on Talking Kotlin

Talking Kotlin

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"apollo" Discussed on Talking Kotlin

"Welcomes talking kotlin on this episode. I am sitting down with three folks discussing apollo now these people all come from different backgrounds and different companies. I'm going to let them introduce themselves. Martin don't we start with you. Yes hello my name is martin. I started at appledore. actually Shimon cigars he gets almost Before that i was walking for a company called motions at Invested petty early on off with the the switch to graduate in two thousand seventeen so started contributing to to apollo which is open source. Stopped walking a lot in the plugin and yeah. I got the opportunity to work on uproar for. This is what i know tashi. Yeah hey so I i mean have android bitcoin. I recently joined daily. Rosen engineering manager. I'm not writing code out much anymore. But apollo android was like really interesting project to to me. It's kind of like an excuse. Also go back to development in my free time. Yeah because like we will go out. We'll deep dive more but with because of many aspects. It's really interesting. Project will have many many different types of Stuff yeah cool and we also have even on the call. You van Yes so. I am working at shop by the stop my berlin junior and Fool around four years and trump was kind of the worst among the grop jail and by the time the wasn't any solution on there and i was really inspired by the approach. You probably know about the skill delight so how they d to import the sql so it was like interesting approach de paulo polo with thinking about the same way so join as early maintain their own their polar and start. My own is since then shop. If i now now there's a stock. I wish i had bought cool. So let's before we get into the guts of it For folks that don't know anything about this. What is apollo. how does it fit with roth. Qu'ils can you give a brief overview of that. i can take that question So how doing oscar. Much since the beginning and we have open source implementation of logically. Things are off curiel..

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"apollo" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"apollo" Discussed on KTOK

"Coins and receive a free Apollo eleven mission patch that's one eight hundred eight eight eight seven six three zero one eight hundred eight eight eight seven six three zero every young person deserves a great summer a chance to learn and grow on their own terms maybe it's building robots raising her dorms at a park creating art or getting lost in a book whatever they choose help kids avoid the summer slide when they can lose ground in skills learned in the prior school year active minds and bodies every summer will give kids the wings to succeed in school careers and life visit smarter summers dot work for resources to keep kids learning safe and healthy each summer this message is brought to you by the national summer learning association we are your sim weather news radio one thousand que que okay or thank your networks presents coast to coast AM with George Noory we are just sixty.

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"apollo" Discussed on NASACast Audio

NASACast Audio

14:23 min | 2 years ago

"apollo" Discussed on NASACast Audio

"Fifty years ago nasa with on the precipice of mankind's most historic the small steps in their final constraints three to one the spring today we take you inside the control room and onto the ocean dreamy apollo eleven mission were taking a look back get the work done here on earth to ensure are heroes astronaut succeeded on mankind supposing daring adventure in a few minutes here from happening enlisted jones on oceanic recovery activities but first up we have bob seger he was one of the engineers on console in the launch control center for apollo eleven and went on to serve as the space shuttle launch director in the eighties and nineties i am now in.

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"apollo" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

Houston We Have a Podcast

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"apollo" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

"Apollo ten I'm Pat Ryan on this podcast. We talk with scientists, and engineers, and astronauts, and lots of other folks about their part in America's space exploration program and today, we're taking another look into Nasr's passed on the occasion of the fiftieth anniversary of Apollo ten. When president Kennedy said a goal for America to land, man on the moon and return him safely to earth by the end of the decade there was less than nine years left in the nineteen sixties. So NASA had to move officially the first manned Apollo flight didn't happen until October of nineteen sixty eight and it didn't leave earth orbit. When Apollo eight circled the moon that December, there was only one year, left to meet the president's challenge the first test of the lunar module in earth. Orbit came in March nineteen sixty nine and then may eighteenth. They launched a. Follow ten the final dress rehearsal for the moon landing, which, of course, came in late July. Apollo ten showed NASA wanted done right in its effort to meet the president's deadline and what it needed to refine to finish the job and provides lessons for today's NASA as it works under a new challenge from the administration to get back to the moon in a few short years, that was the discussion by a select panel of experts here at the Johnson Space Center a few weeks ago, which we packaged up for your enjoyment. Forthwith to talk about that Apollo mission of fifty years ago you're about to hear from General Tom Stafford the mission commander and the only surviving member of that crew John Young, and gene Cernan walked on the moon later on Apollo sixteen and seventeen respectively. Whilst Stafford commanded, the Apollo half of the Apollo Soyuz test project in one thousand nine hundred seventy five he's joined on the panel by Bernie Rosenbaum, who worked as propulsion engineer. During the Apollo era by Laura Kernan, the deputy manager of the gateway program, office here, JSE, they're the folks developing a spaceport to enable future lunar surface missions, and missions to Mars. And by NASA astronaut Randy bresnik, a veteran of two space flights, including a five month tour of duty to.

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"apollo" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

Houston We Have a Podcast

04:23 min | 3 years ago

"apollo" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

"Then we paid the price and they knew I think the original budget for the Apollo program was twenty twenty billion dollars and a wind up costing twenty four or twenty five billion which was a really fine performance on it. Well today that twenty four billion dollars adjusted that that number would be like about one hundred hundred thirty five hundred and forty million dollars. So you look at the size of Nasr's budget today, the difficulty you have convincing congress to make that higher and the political aspects that go onto in the various departments that they've added to NASA. It's very very difficult today. And I'm not sure when we're ever if we ever going to get back to that kind of a luxury. But as I. I've thought a lot about this one because we had we got into a cadence in. We did it in Germany, and then we had to break for the fire and Apollo, but we were right back into the cadence of of thinking operationally. Yeah. We were thinking ops. And I don't think we over thought the process, we trusted the people in the hardware. A lot and had we flown more missions. We may have lost one. Who knows like well it says, it's a risky business. But but I think the the ability to accept that risk was easier in fifty years ago. There's just no doubt. And. In the cadence keep kind of coming back to that. I remember sitting next to cliff Charlesworth for the launch the earth launch of Apollo eleven. He had asked me to I was a systems guy, and he was a Fido type of guy. So we kind of made a team, but I never will forget sitting there. We went into a hold on the Saturn in. I had just been named to be the lead flight director on Apollo twelve. Which is an next mission. I was sitting there in the Apollo eleven count down in a quiet moment. And I started thinking about twelve what I had to do to get ready. So here I'm sitting at the launch of the first landing on the moon thinking about the next mission. But that's what happens to you. When you get into that kind of repetitive. But it boy we were we were all sharp. We all of our people the guys that some of them here. We kept our skills sharp because we kept borking, and we didn't have long breaks. Yeah. For future programmes. We have the international space station in operations twenty four seven for humans on board for eighteen years. So we have every day an opportunity to practice our operations mindset for an orbiting vehicle what we are worried about with the cadence of the flights for the commercial crew program being roughly twice a year and the Orion program being once a year. How do you maintain that sharpness for the dynamic phases of flight? So those a an area that we recognize we didn't really have to address an Apollo because of the frequency of the missions. But that we are going to have to address for the future programs, and you go to fun too. In this natural. We didn't have much coast time we did have some coast going to the moon at we did -til on some coast. But even there we were active. We were making mid course corrections and barbecue in the spacecraft. You know, turn it rolling it keeps temporary. And and that was that was the real difference. We every mobile everything we did. There was dynamics all the time going on. And which kept us. It was a hoot. It was fun. And and it never got boring. Even when when these guys were sleeping..

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