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Experience the Moon Landing
"Imagine yourself in the cramped cockpit of the Apollo Eleven spacecraft heading to the moon look around to see Earth out one window and stars lighting up black space from another you can even reach out to the control panel. This is innovation. Now, bringing you stories behind the ideas that shave our future. NASA has an incredible amount of available information about the early Apollo missions information that immersive VR education a company based in Ireland has put to good use while it's not exactly a game, Apollo? Eleven VR lets users relive the Apollo Eleven mission complete with stirring music and original audio. The company built their virtual world on Nasr's spectacular photo mosaic of the initial landing site detail design plans of the Apollo Spacecraft Lander and command module were used to bring authenticity to the experience. Viewers can see every crater and. Has, the astronauts would have seen them. The APP works with a variety virtual reality headsets and is available for general purchase. But teachers wishing to share the experience as a unique way to teach history can get the APP for free for innovation. Now, I'm Jennifer pulley.
National Nonprofit Day with Hannah Hethmon
"Hey Paul this is Hannah Hessman August. Seventeenth is national nonprofit day. My favorite kind of nonprofits are museums. Of course, all our favourite museums are locked down right now struggling to get through this virus like the rest of us. So I thought we'd celebrate them a little and I challenge you on that note to find a great podcast created by a museum. Go. Well Hannah under most other circumstances, this would have been a minor challenge. But as it turns out, we have a mutual friend that has a podcast about museums and that same friend was my eighth guest on this show. For my first recommendation, I'm going with museum archipelago. When the host Ian Elsner was my guest I mentioned an old episode about the Apollo Eleven landing site. But I'm not going to take the easy way out and I'm going to suggest to newer and very relevant topic statues. In this episode and talks about the relationship statues and museums, he goes into the tearing down toward causton statue and one of his guests talks about the slippery slope. So to celebrate this National Nonprofit Day learn about a nonprofit consider donating time or money to one that you believe in and let us know using the National Nonprofit Day Hashtag. Today's guest is Hannah Hetman. Hannah's the writer and producer of the Vagina Museum podcast. Yes. You heard that correctly. In New York there is a sex museum which I've been to. In Iceland, there is a Pinas Museum which I haven't been to. And now there is a Johnny Museum which opened in London in two thousand and nineteen. The podcast. Liked the museum is all about smashing shame and stigma around the vagina through awareness education and route puns. The first and recommended episode is entitled. See you next Tuesday as in the letter C. and the letter, you would you like me to wait for you to figure it out. As most people know there are many terms for the vagina, but there is one that stands out as the most offensive if you still haven't figured it out, it starts with the letter C and ends would Tuesday? This episode answers a lot of questions about that specific word. For last recommendation Hannah recommends if people saw that slavery was getting started why didn't they stop it by Q. and Abe? She says and I quote. This podcast is produced totally in house by President Lincoln's cottage in DC. They take questions from their guests. They can't answer at the moment and die super deep into them with the help of historians to address big ideas in American history loosely connected to Abraham. Lincoln. Of course, but it's so much more than a podcast about Lincoln Unquote. For. Today's episode hot sauce. I'm going to relay on link that Hannah gave me. If I got stuck trying to find an episode related to this day. Hanna is the owner of better lemon creative audio that produces podcast for museums, history organizations, and cultural nonprofits. So check out the director she created that anyone can add to. Come back on August, twenty fifth where I'll be talking about close a topic I have no business talking about.
NASA Announces Plans To Launch Chimpanzee Into Sun
"NASA is once again looking to further our knowledge of the universe and the effects. It has on life here on earth, which is exactly why the Space Agency is announced. It is now planning to launch a chimpanzee into the sun within the next ten years. The science world is calling the efforts a crucial step forward in solar exploration and better understanding how species react to being deposited into the sons twenty seven million. Degree plasma core for more on this monumental mission were joined by Opie our science reporter Rebecca Neal. Hi. Leslie Rebecca. How does NASA plan on pulling this off? Well, I, spoke with Nastas lead on the mission Tom Danes and he told me that chimpanzee will be put in a capsule that will contain several sophisticated instruments that would monitor how the animal reacts as it plunges into a burning ball of gas eight, hundred sixty. Five thousand miles in diameter. Here's Danes with some more details. The heat sensors to the chimpanzees body will provide us with real time data about what he's experiencing is he's in by the Sun's gravity as a close biological relative to our species. We believe his skin will react similarly to the sons extreme heat and aggressive UV radiation, and hypothetically his body will disintegrate at a similar rate to human beans right and if. The mission is successful. Hopefully, what we learned from this mission will pave the way for sending human astronauts into the sun on a regular basis. So is the idea here that there could maybe one day be a permanent colony on the sun for humans to get launch to in evaporate and a hellish fire on a regular basis well, Dan said that is a long term goal, but I they need to monitor how the. Chimpanzee handles the sons, ten thousand degrees, surface right patients whose key. Now, this is a bold mission but not the first of its kind correct. That's right a mission like this has happened before but on a smaller scale, for example, on NASA's first attempt to land on the moon with Apollo Eleven, the agency strapped and unprotected duck to the side of the space shuttle the duck perished immediately upon takeoff which helped NASA. Stand the benefits of being inside the capsule as opposed to outside of it. When shooting towards space, they've also experimented with abandoning several elephants on Mars and sending a capsule full of turtles deep into the void of space to be consumed by a black hole. These have all been instrumental to the revolutionary undertaking NASA announced today definitely what are the chances of something going wrong? Well, space travel is inherently dangerous as many Americans. Still, remember several horses never even made it into orbit aboard the space shuttle Challenger but Danes told me that they plan on testing their launch model thousands of times to ensure that the chimpanzee reaches the Sun's core safely before anything goes wrong on its way there there's no have any idea who will be manning this mission to the SUN NASA is keeping its potential chimpanzee roster under wraps right now but sources tell. Me The leading candidate is a seven-year-old chimpanzee named Bobo currently taking up residence at Lincoln Park Zoo in Chicago. NASA
"apollo eleven" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty
"Don't do that. Hurt like fire. Yeah, you know if you men are more physically powerful than women, but if you're to reverse the you know the genders until at story, it would be utterly horrific, and any effort at humor would be met with Martin losing your job and probably appropriately. Oh Hey speaking of the Los Alamos anniversary also the fifty first anniversary of the launch of Apollo Eleven today. Couple days later. They landed on the moon. I'm about that mankind achieving working together dreaming of the exploration, the stars, The Times while developing technology to destroy the planet and a year after a gigantic flu epidemic, that killed one hundred thousand right. But they didn't shut down the Apollo Eleven Program That's a very good point right there. It's a decent point. Now. That's pretty good, thank you. I don't know these are crazy ass. Really are. Oh Man on the moon younger than we thought speaking to the moon. How do you know what I thought I thought it was fifteen years old that younger net. Yvonna show your frustration. There's a way you can scream out over loudspeakers Iceland Okay, and this is actually a kind of interesting a lot more people having online slash virtual affairs because of the coronavirus lockdown. That's good SAS naked. Give It on, folks it you will. You're keeping it at home. You're just online. I'll explain that to your husband's washing the dishes, and you're in the bedroom online, having an affair or vice versa. got the stats on that coming up scary scary stuff, Hoy..
SpaceX to become the first private company to send humans to space
"Here we are just one day away from the dawn of a new era in space flight the SpaceX falcon nine rocket is ready to blast off from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida and it's due to send two NASA astronauts into space making the SpaceX rocket the first private rocket first private company overall the launch humans into orbit we've been counting down to this historic milestone in space exploration in our launch America coverage and mark Strassman is at the Kennedy Space Center where there are I hate to say this mark growing concerns about the weather say it ain't so Tony unfortunately it is so you can look at these overcast skies and they could be the spoiler for tomorrow's launch but whenever it happens this test flight will be a dramatic and important milestone in U. S. human space travel and it will all happen on launch pad thirty nine A. behind me the same pad that's an Apollo eleven to the moon right now the SpaceX rocket and crew capsule it will carry two veteran NASA astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley that travel from here to the international space station both for shuttle veterans who have flown twice before to the space station only this time a private company will take them and that has never been done before and that would open a new era of commercial space travel but one factor that neither NASA nor SpaceX can control is the weather there is right now a sixty percent chance that conditions will be good enough to watch tomorrow but it's not just the weather here on site that matters meteorologists are tracking conditions up the east coast and here's why if the launcher run into a significant issue the in flight abort system would propel the capsule into the Atlantic and therefore the seas have to be reasonably call if the weather is not good for lunch tomorrow the next opportunity to watch would be Saturday afternoon Tony hi will whatever happens mark they will be blasting into the future though duly noted they're gonna blast in the future in some very retro looking uniforms in a retro looking capsule as well very cool stuff top
NASA astronauts conduct trial run before historic launch of SpaceX rocket
"The anticipation is building in central Florida as NASA and SpaceX prepare for a historic launch astronauts Doug Hurley and the Bob bank in will climb on board a SpaceX dragon capsule hoping to ride a falcon nine rocket into orbit the first launch of a U. S. crude from American soil since the last space shuttle launch back in twenty eleven gone are the bulky Apollo era suits replaced now with sleek custom fit suits and sporting a sci fi look the book suits on in the Kennedy space center's remodel crew quarters which date back originally to the two man Gemini missions of the mid nineteen sixties early in bank and will then emerge through the same double doors used on July sixteenth nineteen sixty nine by the Apollo eleven crew then they'll hop in the backseat of a Tesla model X. for the nine mile ride to launch complex thirty nine
The Future of Education
"As students. Head back to classrooms and other countries schools are adapting in order to keep students safe in Taiwan. For example there are now plastic partitions around the desks of elementary school students during lunch the Australian government has asked more vulnerable staffers in their schools to work from home. If possible in Denmark Cafeterias are disappearing and students now eating their classrooms to avoid large gatherings. Now it's the United States turn to determine what must be done to open school safely. My colleague Evan. Mcmorris Doro has been covering the impact of the corona virus pandemic on the United States educational system. I talked with him about how and win students from pre K. To College Michael. Back to classrooms are people processing this the way that you'd expect or are they not believing that this is necessary. What are you hearing well? One of the wildest things about this whole time has been just how quickly that change had to happen so you know you think back to March. We're having a normal school year. But everything changed just so quickly. The best way I can think about describing it actually came from Lily Eskillson Garcia. Who's the president of the NEA? Which is the largest teacher's Union the United States? We're in the middle of tried to find the right metaphor. A lot of teachers have said. We're building the airplane. Well it's going down the runway. Another teacher said Oh. It's bigger than that. We're apollo thirteen. We're Houston and we have a problem and our kids are on that space ship with their parents. Isolated the efforts that go into a successful school. You're already massive. Right like the Moonshot we gotta get a crew to the moon and get them back but what happened. In this case was something went wrong along the way and actually made the job harder because all of a sudden it's not apollo eleven now it's apollo thirteen in which everything breaks down and then you have to use only the tools inside people's lives in their home lives to get education done. We think about that scene in the movie where they dumped that stuff on the conference table. Okay here's all the tubes and stuff and they have on the ship of kids. Listen we gotta find a way to make this fit into the whole for this using nothing but that well this is what they're talking about when it comes education all you have is the technology type people's houses. It's a very different kind of teaching two very different kind of education but the schools themselves in terms of doing what we count on schools to do. They were not prepared for this. Did you get any sense Evan? That they're starting to think about the fall right now. We hear about states reopening obviously all over the country and at the same time we hear. Maybe there's going to be another wave or this isn't going to really go away. Is the general sort of idea that schools will be back. Open the fall. Or what are you hearing? Well the difficulty for schools difficulty facing a lot of people which is that they have to take a long time to plan to. They're going to do next but we don't know what's going to happen next. So at baseline level. I can say this there will be schools open in the fall from the K. Through twelve level into the college level. What that looks like. We're not totally clear on few years ago for sixty minutes. I did this piece about the Khan Academy and they were making the case. I remember this years ago that There could be advantages to online learning. Are there advantages that this type of learning offers over bricks and mortar when we went to a full online system? What we learned was that we had problems with things like the education. Gap Education gathered already. Exists became much much more broad. I spoke to a teacher in. La Named Gannon's four. She can't even take attendance. Absence rates are high. We're dealing with it. The things we're dealing with some students whose parents still have to go to work and so being the oldest because I teach high school so a lot of them are having to take care of younger siblings. We do everything we can. We send emails and make phone calls and things like that so I think that we are definitely going to have a learning gap. We're going to see it in the next few years. We're going to have lower test scores. I think it's inevitable as part of your reporting if you've been talking to the students themselves I mean I'm I'm wondering what? How are they reacting to this adapting to this? The students are stressed out. We're hearing that from teachers. We're hearing that from parents and I think in my own conversation with the students themselves. I felt that same thing. There is an excitement. I think about something new at first as you've gone along with this thing you found that distresses just they? They want to go back to traditional school. I've not yet met a student who was like man. I would love to do school from my parents basement for the rest of my life. That's not something that I've heard. I think that that reflects my my kids attitudes as well although I will tell you. It's Funny Evan. Maybe not surprising when this first started. I said we're still going to maintain a schedule. You'RE GONNA GET UP. You'RE GONNA shower. You'RE GONNA brush your teeth. You know the basic stuff and now if they can roll out of bed and get to their laptop in time. It's it's sometimes asking to WanNa work in our sweatpants. They can definitely go to school. Sweatpants right one. One thing that we are seeing is is that some schools are reopening You know in Montana for example and I'm wondering how are they approaching it? What are they doing there? Are there lessons? I guess for for the rest of the country because Montana is a state very different from more populous states. They had these really small schools in these really small school districts. One of them is Willow Creek School. Which is has sixty kids in it. It's a town of two hundred and fifty people about and sixty kids. The Superintendent and the principle of Willow Creek is named Bonnie Lower and what she described was the school day. Very different than what we're used to. We have six foot distant marks on the playground so that they can play games at recess and save six feet away from each other and we will alternate our bell schedule so that kids are not in the hallways at the same time. Common areas are being disinfected regularly. Every classroom has hand sanitizer wipes teachers have masks. So if they're in a student's bubble they put the mass on. They'll there's a lot of precautions. Bathrooms will be used one at a time. We're ready to get back to normal as normal as we can and even the arrival school is very different so they've had to reduce bus schedule so a lot of parents are dropping their kids off and then once the kids get to school are led into the building by an adult one by one and before they go in their temperature is taken. There's no more luncheon cafeterias so they are in the building but the school day looks very very different and these are the kind of things that we may see in schools across the country when they reopened. This is the challenge. The challenge is how to try to do social distancing in something that was never designed for that. We've all been forced to evaluate risk differently. I mean the truth is that we all take risks on a daily basis. Getting in a car and driving is one of the riskiest things that we typically do. And there's a lot of people who say well a kick ball and then somebody touched that I touched it with my hands and then I touched my eyes. My nose my mouth something like that. What are the chances of me really getting infected? And it's still very hard. I think for for public health officials to answer that question but I think what they'll typically come back to is at the answer is that the risk is low but it's not zero. I spoke with a rising college freshman from Minnesota who are trying to plan on what schools he was. GonNa go to and the college campuses are out there right now advertising. Look we're going to reopen. We don't know how we're going to try to make say we're GONNA change the way dorms work classes. Whatever what they really have to try to convince people that they can create a safe environment. I asked this kid. This is an eighteen year old kid. I said look if they open a college campus right now would you go and he said no right now. I would not maybe in August. Maybe if I could be convinced that things were safe but right now I'm not ready to go. So there's there's a difference in how people take that risk and feel about the risk factors and feel about how things are going on that. Maybe you have a situation where these elementary school students in Montana. Their parents are feeling like look. This is a worthy risk. Will take you know. We'll see how it goes but doesn't work. We'll just shut things down again and it's not that big a deal and on
Ohio Natives Who Went on to Make History - burst 2
"A a deal deal drafted drafted by by president. president. Thomas Thomas Jefferson Jefferson that that deal deal called called the the northwest. northwest. Ordinance Ordinance helped helped ensure ensure that that New New Territories Territories like like Ohio. Ohio. Set Set aside aside land land for for universities. universities. It's It's tempting tempting to to wonder wonder what what Jefferson Jefferson would would have have made made the the university's university's most most recent recent achievement achievement ranking ranking among among America's America's top top party party schools. schools. Well Well known known alumnus alumnus was was no no stranger stranger to to that that reputation reputation in in nineteen nineteen forty-three forty-three a a freshman freshman named named Paul. Paul. Newman Newman joined joined the the Phi Phi Kappa Kappa Tau Tau Fraternity. Fraternity. But But it it didn't didn't last last year year long. long. One One Ninety Ninety allegedly allegedly rolled rolled a a beer beer keg keg down down a a hill hill on on campus campus when when the the cake cake crashed crashed into into a a car car owned owned by by the the University University President President Newman Newman was was expelled expelled before before becoming becoming a a famous famous actor. actor. Paul Paul Newman Newman then then joined joined the the navy navy hoping hoping to to become become a a pilot pilot but but his his dream dream of of flight flight was was dashed dashed when when he he was was found found to to be be colorblind. colorblind. But But here here in in the the small small town town of of topic topic Annetta Annetta another another young young man man shared shared Newman's Newman's dream dream of of flight flight and and his his journey journey would would soon soon turn turn extraordinary extraordinary in in one one thousand thousand nine nine forty forty four four fourteen fourteen year year old old boy boy named named Neil Neil Armstrong Armstrong and and his his family family moved moved into into this this Corner Corner House House gazing gazing out out at at the the night night sky sky from from his his second second floor floor bedroom. bedroom. The The Armstrong Armstrong fell fell in in love love with with the the idea idea of of flight. flight. Got Got His His pilot's pilot's license license just just two two years years later later the the age age of of sixteen sixteen even even before before he he could. could. Dr Dr Armstrong Armstrong flew flew for for the the navy navy and and worked worked as as a a test test pilot pilot for for NASA NASA before before becoming becoming an an astronaut astronaut or or July July sixteenth sixteenth nineteen nineteen sixty sixty nine nine he he and and the the rest rest of of the the Apollo Apollo eleven eleven crew crew lifted lifted off off from from Cape Cape Canaveral. Canaveral. It It was was four four days days later later on on July July twentieth. twentieth. That That Armstrong Armstrong set set foot foot on on the the moon moon while while he he inspired inspired millions millions around around the the world. world. People People here here in. in. What What can can ETA ETA were were especially especially proud proud of of their their hometown. hometown. Hero Hero that that same same day. day. Ohio Ohio Governor Governor James James Rhodes Rhodes proposed proposed building building museum museum to to honor honor Armstrong Armstrong and and the the state's state's contribution contribution to to spaceflight spaceflight just just three three years years later. later. The The Armstrong Armstrong Air Air and and Space Space Museum Museum opened. opened. Its Its doors doors from from the the air. air. It It looks looks more more like like a a moon moon station station than than a a museum. museum. Inside Inside is is a a Gemini Gemini Capsule Capsule a a Moon Moon Rock Rock and and a a simulator simulator gives gives visitors visitors a a chance chance to to feel feel what what it's it's like like to to land land on on the the moon. moon.
Ohio Natives Who Went on to Make History - burst 2
"A deal drafted by president. Thomas Jefferson that deal called the northwest. Ordinance helped ensure that New Territories like Ohio. Set aside land for universities. It's tempting to wonder what Jefferson would have made the university's most recent achievement ranking among America's top party schools. Well known alumnus was no stranger to that reputation in nineteen forty-three a freshman named Paul. Newman joined the Phi Kappa Tau Fraternity. But it didn't last year long. One Ninety allegedly rolled a beer keg down a hill on campus when the cake crashed into a car owned by the University President Newman was expelled before becoming a famous actor. Paul Newman then joined the navy hoping to become a pilot but his dream of flight was dashed when he was found to be colorblind. But here in the small town of topic Annetta another young man shared Newman's dream of flight and his journey would soon turn extraordinary in one thousand nine forty four fourteen year old boy named Neil Armstrong and his family moved into this Corner House gazing out at the night sky from his second floor bedroom. The Armstrong fell in love with the idea of flight. Got His pilot's license just two years later the age of sixteen even before he could. Dr Armstrong flew for the navy and worked as a test pilot for NASA before becoming an astronaut or July sixteenth nineteen sixty nine he and the rest of the Apollo eleven crew lifted off from Cape Canaveral. It was four days later on July twentieth. That Armstrong set foot on the moon while he inspired millions around the world. People here in. What can ETA were especially proud of their hometown. Hero that same day. Ohio Governor James Rhodes proposed building museum to honor Armstrong and the state's contribution to spaceflight just three years later. The Armstrong Air and Space Museum opened. Its doors from the air. It looks more like a moon station than a museum. Inside is a Gemini Capsule a Moon Rock and a simulator gives visitors a chance to feel what it's like to land on the moon.
Predicting the 2020 Oscars The Big Picture
"The time has come to predict the Ninety First Academy Awards. Amanda how are you feeling about this. I feel terrible as always I just. It's being wrong in public. It's my number one least least favorite thing. It's even worse than being wrong in private. We will closely tally. All of your failures on Oscar night. Because I'll be tweeting at you directly every time you get a choice wrong and then we'll also be rehashing. Those wrong choices here on the big picture live immediately. After the telecast which. I'm really excited about on Sunday night but before that we do you have to We have to pay it to the prediction. Gods and we're GonNa go through all twenty four categories here. Yes we are now. I'd like to preface that by saying as I worm my way through the back nine of illness. My voice may go at any moment here. In which case you're GONNA have to really carry the load cliff booth style okay. I was going to say that. That's just a good summation of Oscar season and at some point to talk myself out and officer does flailing filing in the dark possibly in silence. We're we're we're just trying to get to the finish line. I am hopeful that this will not be an immensely boring. podcast about predicting the Oscars because the Oscars may be boring. I will say this is by far far the easiest year in the history of my life predicting these awards okay. You know what. It's nice that you have confidence does not this and in life. Yes it is now that means okay. That means I couldn't logically see making any other choice that doesn't mean I feel that I am right okay about I guess I feel feel the same way. There were more categories that I could kind of fill in but I there are still so many to get wrong. It's just an opportunity to get things wrong. I can't had over emphasized how much I hate that. Feeling when you would finish an exam in ninth grade at the end of it when you and your classmates your little amend etes would would gather route and chat at the at the cafeteria table would you say. Would you be the person who would say. Oh my God I failed so bad. I didn't know anything. I failed. No okay okay no because I find that obnoxious and also because I had to have like my personal confidence that I was still going to defeat all of them. Were you sitting alone like a sociopath at the cafeteria table. No okay. I had some friends but I don't know we just talked about cross country or something. Well that sounds riveting okay. Let's go back to the Academy Awards. which which is the reason for this podcast? We're GONNA start at the beginning and at the place that we sort of blasphemed earlier on the show which is with shorts. I thought we were respectful. I I want people to go back. And listen and hear what we were saying which is not that they should be cut from the show and not that shorts aren't deserving but it is a different French exercise and I just think the it was interesting to try to get into the mind of what these winners would be because I think you're evaluating on different terms because it's a different type of film so let's just make a separate thing for the shorts and let everybody have their moment philosophically I agree. It's one of the few things about the sort of workaday nature of the Oscars that you and I ultimately agree on. There are three different categories for the shorts. There is best documentary short subject. Best Live Action Short film and Best Animated. We'll start with best documentary short subject. A very few people have seen these movies. I've seen some of them. I'm not going to pretend like I've seen all fifteen. Nominees Germany's shorts category. I just haven't I haven't had the time and I'm a bad person. I have had her but I have seen some of them I've seen some of them as well feel solid about. My choices will run through the the nominees for this first category in the absence by using John and Gary Byung Cam learning to skateboard in a war zone by Carol dicing her life overtakes me by Christine Samuelson. And John. Hatice Saint Louis Superman by Sri Mantra and sign ECON and walk run cha-cha by Lord. I think the overwhelming favorite favored in categories learning to skateboard in a war zone. As my pick that is awesome attack we can move on directly from there. Okay well I just don't think we should really make an attempt to talk about the quality control of these categories stories because we're just not the experts if you expertise are actually a ton of great pieces. I was reading some stuff on wire this week. About which of these shorts are serving which are not. There's a lot of great writing about the shorts. We respect the filmmakers acres. who made the shorts? It's not Medi Best Live Action Short Film Brotherhood by Mariam. Jabbour Nafta football club by the neighbors burs wooden window by Marshall Curry Saria by Bryan Buckley or sister by Delfin Gerard. I'm going with the neighbors Wendo. I want with Brotherhood. Okay that is the that's the oddsmakers favorite Brotherhood is. Yes yes so do you. Is there a reason why you you may may change. Because the neighbor's window is is the oddsmakers like upset favorite. What is that called? When it's the there's a favorite and then the underdog I guess so spoiler well in a group of five I was wondering anyway? It's number two and I think it's been in the conversation it's and it is accessible and and I just really do feel like especially people who are voting on these are sometimes just clicking through and being like oh I guess like this one I like to football club too and I feel like that has a chance I wouldn't wouldn't rule that out yet We'll have to wait and see. The oddsmakers are usually right in the shorts categories but it can't be guaranteed because these are highly unpredictable predictable because unlike a lot of the other words. We'll talk about here. There are not a lot of guild awards that predict these words. This is really the only three categories in which we have no no data to present ahead of what you know sort of what is leading the race. What is leading the charge? So we're flying blind quite a bit. which part of the reason why we're not gonNA spend too much time analyzing final category Gorriak shorts animated short To Sarah by Doria Kusturica hair. Love Matthew. Cherry Kit Bowl by Rosanna Sullivan memorable memorable by Bruno. Colette sister by CK Song Hair. Love is far and away. The favourite yes in this category. Matthew Cherry is very active twitter user. A lot of people know oh him used to work for Jordan Peele and monkey productions is a very short. I will be surprised this one out of all three. I would be the most surprised if it didn't win. I also picked love and it made me cry and under four minutes very effective I two can respond to animated films. Wow Yeah Erica. An incredible transition to our next category best animated animated feature the nominees are how to train your dragon the hidden world. I lost my body clause missing link and toy story for what did you go with. This was a last minute change and I. I don't know whether I should admit this. And the podcast bobby. Cut this if I'm breaking a Balazs but I haven't been advising a close best friend of mine on possible bets possible upsets and close friend. Yeah no it's it's a friend. The you know a friend who listens to the podcast and identified this category. I did go toy story for because I'm trying not to over. Think things but it does seem like it seems like there could be several no spoilers. Actually there's a lot of arrows pointing at clause right now. Yeah clause just won a BAFTA clause one Annie Award Clauses clearly admired tired. Mommy animating filmmaking community I don't WanNa Toy Story. Movies went to movies. Come out. That was kind of my reasoning toy story. Three was nominated for best picture which feels like a thousand years ago but this is truly one of the most storied movie franchises ever. This sounds like a silly thing to say about a toy story movie but it is a fact there have and four films are hugely successful. The characters are beloved ingrained in popular culture. And I genuinely think toy story. Four is very very very good animated film and might might mark the end of a certain period of Pixar because not just the machinations that have happened over the years with Disney but obviously all of the sort of incredibly fraught stuff. That's happened with John. LASSETER over the years in the development stage for these movies. It's just if you look at the Pixar movies that are coming There are a lot of new properties and there are a lot of new voices that are getting to make those movies toy story. Four is old school tried and true early. Two Thousand Steve Jobs Era Pixar. That's where it comes from and and I think they're going to recognize that we could be wrong. We're GONNA find out we're both going to a story for best documentary feature the nominees. Are American factory. The Cave you've the edge of democracy foursome and honey land. What did you choose? I chose American factory as that. I'm not feeling confident. I'm not either but I wanted to die on this hill because I love this film. We gave this film best picture we really did Alternate Oscars about that this morning and I was so happy. What a lovely little title space? That was where we just got to talk about the things we liked terrifically. Well made movie. I think All of the movies in this category are are well-made. I shouldn't be surprised by how overwhelmingly serious every film is in this category every year and how issues oriented a lot of these films are it's been interesting to see. I thought when the nominations were announced honeywood play spoiler spoiler the fact that it has representation in this category and also in the next category. We're GONNA talk about. It's just unusual. That's never happened before. And so that shows a lot of support for that movie. I thought that would play spoiler over the last couple of months. Foam seems to be gaining steam for some just one at the Baptist over the weekend. We'll have to wait and see my my choices also American factory. This is part of what I mean here about saying. This was an easy choice to make because it seems like a logical choice. It's an American story. Also International Scott Got Barack Obama's thumbprint on it which I think is key weirdly meaningful. You know we. We never talked about Kobe. Bryant's passing on the show and I don't think there's a ton of reason to but obviously. Kobe was an Oscar winner. And you know some people love his film but it was a lot easier to understand his film in the purposes of his film that won best animated short. I think it's called your basketball because this was connected to Kobe. Bryant and I think people will actually look at American factory and think of Barack Obama and correlate in the same way like that is how this business works in many ways. So I'm going American factory if you told me Any of these films were GonNa win. I genuinely would not be suppressed. Don't don't bet on this category advice this category also just the nominations itself were a bit of surprise is because Apollo eleven which had been so dominant at so many awards coming up to the nominations is not included. One Nation was also in the mix and is not included so it could go a lot of different ways and I guess my strategy throughout is has been to play it safe to go with the most obvious choice and that's important because it's been like a pretty obvious yes award season thus far but we could easily be wrong. The Oscars always has a couple of surprises as it always does now. I would prefer if those surprises happened in some of the later categories and then some of the earlier categories for the sake of national entry but in all likelihood this year they're going to come in categories like this let's go to best international feature a category will not have any surprises whatsoever. The five nominees are Corpus. Christi Honey Land Les Miserables Painting Glory Parasite Yes parasite will win this award. Award parasite is a winner. This is the not the last time. We'll talk about parasite on this podcast. We can continue to go forward great visual effects. This is the category that I like to call. Sean doesn't know anything I think I get this wrong every year. That's because you always pick marvel movies and they've never WANNA love moral. Yeah congratulations not not Without some questioning questions some of their choices and frankly their visual effects are sometimes not. I've never good
Barack Obama shares his favorite movies and TV shows of 2019
"Former president Barack Obama sharing a list of his favorite films this year he singles out more than twenty movies in no particular order including Apollo eleven little women ashes the purest white also on the list he posted on Twitter American factory made by his own production company higher ground the former president also singles out a few television shows you thought were as powerful as movies including watchmen unbelievable and feedback season
Today's Famous Birthdays
"The wife of the king of the cowboys have more Roger she died February seventh two thousand ten celebrating a birthday today born in nineteen twenty seven league grant cashmere award winning actress for shampoo where she played Felicia Emmy Award winning actress for Peyton place where she played Stella great actress by the way turning eighty nine Michael Collins NASA astronaut Apollo eleven command module pilot on the first moon landing mission he remained in lunar orbit while Armstrong and Aldrin walked on the lunar surface turning eighty eight years old today Dan urban rather award winning news correspondent CBS evening news as a great show on access TV yeah it's good to great great yeah yeah it's great show as matter of fact this past week usually talk to this late last week I forget anyway we'll get to that coming up born in nineteen thirty six you know better is Michael Landon actor from bonanza highway to heaven good teenage I was a teenage were with one of my favorite horror movies of all time little house on the prairie he died July first nineteen ninety one twenty seventy five right here in Texas kinky Friedman singer bandleader taxes you boys gives a great great individual turning seventy two Marlena from days of our lives Deidre hall is seventy two years old John candy would have had a birthday today he died March fourth nineteen ninety four turning sixty nine years old and I spent every Sunday morning with her Jane Polly TV host of the CBS Sunday morning news also married to Gary Trudeau the guy who brought his Doonesbury turning fifty three at a more of a singer guitarist Beastie Boys center play or play right Israel or leads and believe it or not he's fifty two years old today look what a DJ Robert van Winkle we know better is vanilla ice is fifty two years
"A worldwide audience watched and listened when American astronaut Neil Armstrong stepped onto the surface of the moon all for man by upper this is innovation now bringing you stories. Trump is a photograph of the Moon Taken in twenty ten by Gregory h Rivera from his home in Madison Alabama the landing site of the lunar module the date fifty years ago when Apollo Eleven entered its orbit around the moon the dedication ceremony was held at Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex in Florida breath customers may purchase the commemorative forever stamps online or at local post office locations nationwide for innovation. Now I'm Jen is behind the ideas that shape our future on the fiftieth anniversary of the first moon landing the United States Postal Service released two new stamps to sell it Eagle in the Sea of tranquility is marked on the stamp with a dot the nineteen sixty-nine first moon landing stamps were officially released on July nineteenth great the historic milestone one stamp features Armstrong's iconic photograph of Buzz Aldrin in his space suit on the surface of the moon the other states for point innovation now is produced by the National Institute of Aerospace Through Collaboration with NASA and is distributed by w HR V..
Skylab: NASA's Best-Kept Secret
"Fifty years ago. America's space program achieved its greatest triumph danced when Apollo eleven put the first men on the moon by the Apollo program was a remarkable success story but is NASA was sending men to the moon they were engaged in another less celebrated project one even more important than the moon landing to humanity's potential future in space that project was called Skylab America's space station chances chances are you've never heard of Skylab. If you know anything at all about it you know that after it was launched into orbit it came crashing back down to Earth but before that crash Skylab Skylab taught NASA more things about living and working in space than any program before it so why then did one of the engineers who worked on Skylab once call call it the quote little red headed bastard out behind the barn why do so many accounts of Nastase achievements barely mention it why have most Americans never heard rid of America's first space station. This is the story of Skylab. Now says best kept secret. It's October nineteen sixty six five years before the deaths of the soil used eleven cosmonauts at the Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville Alabama Alan beam arrives for his first day on a new job instead of his usual blue flight suit the thirty thirty four year old Texan whereas a blazer and tie he's been named the first chief astronaut for something called the Apollo applications program or a AP but he's not happy about it like every other NASA astronaut being wants one job more than any other to go to the moon he at least wants to get into space but at Apollo applications. There's a slim chance he'll get do either. It's a research development program away for NASA approved at the expense of hardware and technology of its lunar missions could be used for other purposes somewhere down the line way way down the line. Most a projects aren't expected to fly for years. If ever as far as bean's concerned he's been grounded still being tries to walk into martial with an open mark. Maybe A P isn't as bad as his fellow astronauts back in Houston. Say It is. He's heard that they're working on a space station. That sounds like it could be pretty neat. Eat beans first meeting is with Marshall's director a German rocket scientist named Verner von Braun. He's the genius behind the towering Saturn rockets that will send the Apollo astronauts to the moon before that he built deadly V two ballistic missiles from the Nazis during World War Two bean Anna's half expecting him to look like Colonel Klink from Hogan's heroes with a monocle dramatic scowl but he's a charismatic bear of a man with thick grey streaked hair and the only trace of an accent welcome new tenant being. Please call me out. It's a pleasure to meet you sir. The pleasure is all mine. Let me give you a tour marshalls. Russia's buildings are huge massive hangars built for housing one hundred forty foot long rocket stages and all the equipment needed to assemble them in the corner of one building. Something catches beans. I is that a lunar landing module. Yes but it's not going to the moon. It's been modified to house a solar observatory. We're calling it the Apollo Hello Telescope Mount. That's pretty neat. Where's the telescope still in development by one of our contractors ball brothers research ball brothers the same company Mason Jars the very same they've designed many solar telescopes for unmanned satellites but we believe that a manned telescope can gather much better images ages and and more detailed data behind one of the hangars von. Braun's shows being a water filled pit the size of backyard swimming pool an engineer in a flight suit climbs out of it small lead weights dangled from his belt and boots bean realizes that they're using this pool as a primitive zero gravity simulator me later. I didn't know you fellas at a neutral buoyancy tank well technically we're not supposed to but the boys decided to build one in their spare time. Let's just keep its existence between us for now. Houston may not be happy to know that we're getting into astronaut training be knows what von Braun means until recently Marshall the only designed what NASA calls launch vehicles in other words rockets von Braun convinced NASA higher up still at marshalls start building manned vehicles as part of Ah p but some at the manned spacecraft center back in Houston felt he was invading their turf to appease Houston. NASA decided to keep all astronaut training. They're not at Marshall but it makes sense to being why Marshall would need to have its own onsite training even if it's not officially sanctioned your secret's safe with me Doctor. What else have you got to show me. I saved our best for last fund. Brown leads being into an empty hangar. Several men are standing around some in white lab. Coats others in blue flight suits being recognized as some of them as science astronauts a new set of recruits who haven't flown yet but are being trained to accompany me pilot astronauts on future missions. Several of them are drawing on the concrete floor with white pieces of chalk. An engineer is arguing with an astronaut. We need need more room for the science experiments fine but where are we supposed to sleep being doesn't understand what he's looking at. What is this Dr Von Braun. Its plans for our orbital workshop. We're still hashing out the floor plan orbital workshop. You mean a space station. Yes has been nothing quite that ambitious. The entire thing thing will be assembled inside an empty Saturn four B rocket stage. Our budgets here are limited. We have to make the best of whatever's available. I hope you enjoyed your tour sure lieutenant bean now. If you'll excuse me being can't quite believe everything he's just heard and seen a telescope designed by Mason Jar Company. A renegade astronaut training tank a chalk outline representing a space station back in Houston. They like to joke that a AP. AP really stands for almost a program after von Braun's tour. That description seems pretty accurate but after a couple of months on the job being begins to enjoy himself he likes scrappy atmosphere at Marshall Von. Braun encourages his engineering teams to experiment find creative ways to get the most out of shoestring you string budgets and leftover parts from the Apollo Lunar Program being has a degree in aeronautical engineering himself so he appreciates the problem solving that goes into figuring figuring out how to launch the space station sorry orbital workshop the size of a small house he also gets a kick out of practicing maneuvers in the neutral buoyancy tank the concept behind it as simple but carefully distributing lead weights around a diving suit. You can get it to where the person in the tank neither rises nor sinks but floats it just as they would in zero gravity. It's perfect for testing procedures that are simple on solid ground with more challenging in space like unscrewing a bolt from hatch which one afternoon in the tank. That's what being is trying to unscrew a bolt twenty. It's easier said than done in zero gravity hurt cottrill buoyancy. Everything's dictated by Newton's third law of motion for every action. There's an equal and opposite reaction so every time being tries to turn his ranch is body starts twisting away in the other direction an engineer watching from above communicates through a breathing tube attached to beans helmet doing down there. It's harder than it looks almost got it though he breaks his one foot against the side of the tank and turns harder under the effort nearly sends him head over heels but it works the bolt is finally turning got it a little son of a gun. He's so engrossed in what he's doing doing that. At first he doesn't notice the safety divert helping him on the shoulder. He turns and sees a look of panic on the diver's face than a telltale string of bubbles rising up from his own suit shoulder. He's sprung a leak. Instinct kicks in bean tries to swim to the surface but he's wearing nearly seventy pounds of lead weights. It's there's no chance he can swim his way out. The safety diver tries to pull him to a ladder but it's too late. Water is collecting inside being suit dragging dragging him to the bottom being called out through his breathing tube to the surface on leaking fellas but don't worry of a plan. He lets the water in his suit. pull him to the bottom of the tank. Then with some effort he walks to the ladder and hauls himself up the safety diver follows and helps them pull off his boots to drain the water from suit. That was close. You Okay al I'm fine fine but hey does. Houston still not know you guys have this tank is it might be a good idea to tell them before you drown your first astronaut in January nineteen sixty seven. AARP has gone from almost a program into an actual program. The Apollo Telescope Mount once envision as its own separate spacecraft gets combined with the orbital workshop to make one on single massive space station plans take shape for science and medical experiments testing the human body's response to extended stays in is zero gravity marshalls engineers developed new methods for storing and preparing food and disposing of voiced the even finally get the budget to build a bigger NASA sanctioned neutral buoyancy tank. A tentative launch date for the station is set June nineteen sixty eight. The first crew demand it. We'll stay up for twenty eight days twice. As long as anyone's ever spent in space being grows cautiously optimistic. Maybe the space station it really will fly and he'll be the one who gets to fly it
What's the Buzz on Alcohol in Space?
"Today's episode is brought to you by starbucks. They say that starbucks Nitro does for cold coffee. What music does for workouts road trips in grand romantic gestures sound too good to be true. Guess we'll just have to try it for yourself. starbucks nature cold brew. It's called coffee that subtly sweet lush and velvety smooth only at starbucks welcome to brainstorm production. INDIVI- heart radio. Hey Brain Steph Lauryn bo-bottle here in September of two thousand eighteen. A new breakthrough in space technology was uncorked uncorked especially designed bottle that will make it possible to drink champagne in the microgravity environment of space. The bottle contains two chambers one for the Champagne and the other for valve that uses the carbon dioxide in the champagne to eject foamy little alcohol spheres which can then be scooped into long stemmed glasses for sipping and once inside the mouth the spheres turn back hawala into liquid champagne this space champagne as the agency France Press reported is envisioned as an Amenity for space tourists who someday maybe taking pleasure trips with private spaceflight operators. If future recreational astronauts astronauts do get the chance to savor some of the bubbly it won't be the first time that alcohol has been consumed in space the practice goes back to the early days of the Soviet space program when the USSR's doctors reportedly said cosmonauts into orbit with rations of Cognac one former cosmonaut told NBC News. We used it to stimulate our immune system and on the whole to keep our organizations intone later on cosmonauts were given a liquor containing Ginseng a root. That's a traditional herbal remedy for improving energy and concentration NASA in contrast generally has prohibited astronauts from drinking not just in space but also within sixteen hours of a space launch but the agency has wavered from its teetotalling stance at times. They're reportedly was a plan for example to allow the Apollo eight crew to drink a small mall ration of Brandy to go with their Christmas meal of Dehydrated Bacon Cubes in Turkey gravy stuffing but commander Frank Borman decided that they should forego the alcohol on the Apollo Eleven trip to the moon in nineteen sixty nine astronaut Buzz Aldrin did open a small plastic container of wine it was almost certainly the first food or drink consumed during the trip but it was so that he a Presbyterian church elder could take communion according to NBC News as former NASA food fellow burs Charles T borland and in Gregory elva detail in their book the Astronauts Cookbook Tales Recipes and more nothing considered providing astronauts on the Skylab mission in the nineteen seventies with Sherry packaged inflexible plastic pouches with built in drinking tubes but the idea was nixed for fear of negative publicity and because apparently the beverage although perfectly perfectly palatable on the ground fill the cabin with an intensely nauseating smell on a test flight that approximated low gravity with freefall in nineteen eighty-five five and that's our report titled Living Loft Human Requirements for extended spaceflight contemplated the pros and cons of drinking on space flights and in future settlements on the moon or other planets it noted it is unlikely that alcohol is a social beverage will find its way into space at least until relatively large and stable settlements are established published alcohol as a recreational drug may be keenly missed by space travelers since there is evidence that alcohol plays an important social role in exotic environments generally though today's space travelers have to wait until they get back to earth before they have a drink because alcohols chemical volatility that is its tendency to vaporize brise astronauts aren't allowed to have it on the International Space Station. We spoke by email with Daniel g hyo a spokesman at NASA's Johnson Space Center. He said that this ban is due to quote the negative effects that alcohol can have on the water recovery system which draws in water from a number of sources including cabin condensation patia the bed applies not just beverages but to any sort of product containing alcohol such as aftershave or a mouthwash. There's another tricky issue about drinking in space ace. Not much is known about the effect of alcohol consumption on the human body in these space environment which already is known to alter everything from the immune system to hand eye coordination and no official studies have been done so we really don't know whether the space environment would intensify the intoxicating effect of alcohol or how an orbital hangover would compare to to one that results from a bender on earth a while. We don't have much science on alcohol and space for what it's worth. There has been research on the effects of alcohol consumption at high altitudes on earth in nineteen eighty eight study for example. Some male subjects drink a quantity of one hundred per vodka adjusted to their weight for one hundred and seventy five. I Pat Man. That's about seventy nine kilos. It was about four shots and then they spent the day simulated twelve thousand five hundred foot elevation environment. That's about thirty eight hundred meters. They were then compared to other subjects who didn't drink and or who stayed at sea level the drinkers experienced impaired performance on a battery of tasks with older subjects performing worse than younger ones but there wasn't a significant difference between drinkers at high altitudes and those who stayed on the ground although not much alcohol has been consumed in space researchers are studying the creation of it on the ISS Scotch Maker Art Beg said samples of Booze and would up to study how whiskey might aged differently in space and Budweiser's sent along batches of barley seeds a scientific effort to understand the effects of microgravity on beer ingredients. Today's episode was written by Patrick J tiger and produced by Tyler claim to learn more about the history and science of Space Food and and beverages check out the episode of my other podcasts saver called ground control to Major Nam. Bringing stuff is a production eye radio's. How stuff works for more on this month of other tipsy topics picks visit our home planet has networks dot Com and from podcastone. My heart radio visit the iheartradio APP apple podcasts wherever you listen to your favorite shows today's Day's episode is brought to you by the capital one venture card when you earn unlimited double miles on every purchase. Your next trip is closer than you think. What's in your wallet.
The Future of Australia's Space Industry
"Well we have the apollo eleven celebrations behind us. We have our own australian space. Agency set up by making clock so what's next today we take the sign show to the world science festival in brisbane with an expert panel who know how you can have asteroids containing tanning more minerals like iron and the rest than even remain in the earth's crust and who understand how water mind in space can be worth millions but what's the potential there so many surprises including their own space history so off we go to so you're in space. It's been part of a human journey into space into strata. I began space tracking in nine hundred fifty seven but in the end suing years while seventy four other nations including new zealand indonesia formed space agencies australia did not for decades among o._e._c._d. Countries only australia and iceland did not have a dedicated headed space agency australia's group that counted luxembourg motor and vatican city among its members but in may two thousand eighteen the government budgets did about twenty six point five million dollars which was allocated to the newly formed australian space agency and on may the fourteenth got another fifteen million to kick start things the three part program today. We'll look at the past history australia's role in space. Take a deep dive into the forces that formed the new a._s._a. And examine the visionary science settled propel our nation into the future space travel in two thousand nine hundred and beyond and so chapter one we're going to start by looking at australia's impact on space travel by getting a history lesson from an independent space historian curator and writer and a lecturer in the space humanities department of the international space university. She's a member of the international academy of astronautics and also serves on the international astronautical federation space education and outreach committee and its space societies and museums committee so please welcome tom historian and author of the book australia in space kerrie dougherty okay yeah i rocket when thomas brisbane came out did he average rookies with sent home so when we're fish walkers well. It's an interesting story. I probably not was a._a. Champion adelaide in the eighteen seventies called frederick haslam and he actually developed an improved risky rocca for maritime rescues but sadly an a story we hear over and over again the south australian government locked like the idea but they didn't want to spend the money on it and so his development was never adopted ended. I rockets when they happened. Go up in woomera yeah seeing the rocket range inch or the township and it was originally created actually for testing long range british missiles back in the late nineteen forties what that meant though was that come from the late nineteen fifty s when the space age began you had the right concentration of skills and experience from tracking missiles that could be used to track rockets and satellites satellites and his first sounding rocket which is not a rocket that can put a satellite into orbit but can go very high up into the atmosphere to carry scientific instruments intruments. That's long term. He was called named after one of the senior people. We're who apparently was very tool so when he was the boss of the guys who developed at so they thought they'd better named after him to destroy play in that early period tracking and so on one of our major roles was actually in space tracking and even before nasa existed the united states had put a couple of tracking stations in for the first satellite and from there we began to cover all the different types of missions that nasa developed after it was created in fifty eight so we had tracking stations deep space missions tracking stations orbital missions and tracking stations for human spaceflight missions and that began with the mercury project for those of you who remember john glen.
"apollo eleven" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show
"P._M.. Pacific and join the conversation. I also have to give a little plug to our buddy bill whittles podcast bill whittle. You know you've seen him before. He has an incredible podcast out on the Apollo Eleven mission the moon landing the other day. I put out a video talking to people about all the various theories of how we didn't actually actually go to the moon between six and twenty percent of Americans. Don't think we ever went to the moon because there's a lot of misinformation floating out there. Check out this podcast. It is informative. It is historical but it's also incredibly inspiring because this month marks the fiftieth anniversary since since we first put a man on the moon this new podcast by Esoteric Radio Theater is called Apollo eleven what we saw it shot immediately to number three on itunes apple podcasts at stayed there in the top ten for a week and it's getting great reviews is almost one million people have listened to the podcast or watched on Youtube. It's it's really just excellent. Don't tell bill that I was so kind about it but it is really really good and bill is he's an author. He's a pilot. He's a space enthusiast. He takes you on the journey of what it took to get to the moon. What happened when we got there and how we almost didn't get there at all? All four episodes are available right now. You can binge it head over to apple podcasts or wherever you listen to podcasts subscribe today to Apollo Eleven what we saw while you're there. Please make sure that you subscribe gripe to our show. The Michael Knowles show really helps us out. When you subscribe so please do that then you'll never miss even one syllable one pearl of wisdom you can watch all of that you can also watch the podcast episodes of Apollo eleven all over Youtube at the Esoteric Radio Theatre Youtube Channel head over there right now head over to daily wire dot com? We'll be.
Pacific Ocean And Cape Canaveral discussed on Orlando's Morning News
"Today is the fiftieth anniversary of the north Pacific Ocean splashdown of the Apollo eleven moon mission and crew not by coincidence it's lunch date Cape Canaveral SpaceX plans to launch a falcon nine resupply mission to the space station there's no launch window today it either launches at six twenty four PM today or it'll have to be
"apollo eleven" Discussed on KNSS
"In charge make ism really really crucial customer yep I saw something the other day that it would have happened Apollo eleven of those guys just gone out into space and and not come back something gone wrong barely did have the facilities to take their own lives if they wanted to I didn't hold at that I never you don't want to think about you're the one thing about it but golly Moses nobody knew where they were gonna make it back no they're Tory yep they did thank goodness thank god to they did make it back love that all right to city council as you heard to talking about their budget today is gonna budget process goes in a most most of the year to keep an eye on things that they will approve the final budget in August is the same pattern that the county commission has in which doubled of education they all finalize our budgets in August and sometimes with with them but I know that we've talked about this before and reported on this before the the especially with the board of education this like someone unless like someone buttons on a custard pies sometimes they don't know what's coming in and how much the state's going to give it's always a question but the the mayor's sold as mayor trolls yesterday they're going to have a hearing in Wichita they're going to have a surplus again for a second year in a row the course I said that he would be we would be more than the anxious Ted knight it receive a nice check from the city as a rebate right not all the yeah he didn't take us up on it he threw it out either I don't think it's going to be every night starting yesterday voters in Sedgwick county kan vote early for their respective city council school board primary primary election is here you can burn vote early in the century county election office at five ten north main to which all the old county courthouse I'm that's where I usually vote early and Anna and I love to go in there it's a two story building and then beginning August first you can also vote if any satellite early vote location and primary day is Tuesday August sixth Tuesday August sixth and what we're gonna do there in these elections is take a field of several candidates in the Wichita mayor's race nine candidates and a narrow down the two and then we'll be able to vote in the general election yes for one of two people so it'll be interesting that's the primary for the election season is upon us that seven eighteen now Stephen Ted here on K. an SS I'll take a look at sports this morning with Ted Woodward to it after all day the Kansas.
50 years after moon landing, Mission Control is painstakingly recreated
"Neil Armstrong and buzz Aldrin became the first humans to walk on the moon during the historic Apollo eleven mission fox's Casey Stengel is in town and at the Johnson Space Center mission control was restored and re created the look exactly as it did during the Apollo eleven mission all of the hands and the styrofoam cups in the coffee cups in the ashtrays in the flight manuals everything you see here is exactly as it was during the mission Michael Collins the third astronaut on the Apollo eleven mission was the command module pilot and he orbited the moon alone is Armstrong and Aldrin walked on its surface he is quoted to say that he enjoyed the time that he was over the dark side of the moon especially because it was so peaceful and quiet without massive folks in Houston jacking into his a year Houston this is where history started and it continues moving forward and upward the astronauts on Apollo eleven landing on the moon completing the mission laid out years earlier by John F. Kennedy since then we've had the space shuttle in the international space station Keith caroling at NASA watch talks about what's next for space travel used to be the only governments to things like this but now you have the private sector you a mosque in that Jeff Bezos and and others who are not only building their own rockets that have the financial wherewithal to go to places because they want to NASA is trying to get back to the moon thanks to the Artemis project by twenty twenty four cliff Saunders newsradio seven forty K. T.
"apollo eleven" Discussed on NASACast Audio
"Celebrating the Fiftieth Anniversary of Apollo eleven movie toward the first flight of our arguments program and a new crew to the space station on an historic data humans in-space a few of the stories to tell you about this week at Nasa We celebrated the Fiftieth Anniversary of the historic Apollo Eleven Moon mission with a series of events in broadcasts around the country on July sixteenth. The date Apollo eleven launched fifty years ago the space suit worn by late astronaut. Neil Armstrong went on display for the first time in thirteen years at the Smithsonian National Aaron Space Museum in Washington D._C.. Our Administrator Jim Breitenstein Hayden Stein and vice president. Mike Pence helped unveiled the seat thank you for preserving this great national treasure may inspire future heroes who walk these hallways in their Youth Apollo Eleven command module. Oh pilot Michael Collins joined Bob Cabana Director of our Kennedy Space Center in Florida for look back on the historic mission while net Kennedy's launch Pat Thirty Nine eight the same pad from which Apollo eleven launched our future Artemis missions nations will also launch from Kennedy as part of America's Moon to Mars approach for human space exploration and they're they are the men of Apollo eleven immortalized in bronze later in the week alive to our NASA Television Special Nass giant leaps past and future recognized the heroes of Apollo and highlighted our next giant leaps off the planet to the moon and eventually to Mars with administrator Breitenstein revealing the logo logo for the artem is program Artemis aims to land the first American woman and the next American Man on the moon by twenty twenty four a celebration at our Johnson Space Center in Houston included some of the mission control team that helped Apollo Eleven. Make history meanwhile back in Washington D._C.. A three day festival on the National Mall was full of activities including a unique way to illustrate just how monumental of an effort this mission was other Apollo Apollo eleven anniversary celebrations took place in Neil Armstrong's childhood hometown of Watkin Etta Ohio at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex where to forever stamps were dedicated by the U._S. Postal Service online with material and activities but he's posted to our social media accounts and at the Nasdaq in New York where Nassar representatives closed out trading for the week more information about the fiftieth anniversary of Apollo eleven is available available at Nasa Dot Gov Slash Apollo Fiftieth while in Washington D._C.. For the Fiftieth Anniversary of Apollo Eleven Michael Collins family members of Neil Armstrong Buzz Aldrin the third member of the Apollo Eleven. Even crew administrative Breitenstein and others visit at the White House to mark the mission that saw Armstong take the first step on the moon a huge American technical and human undertaking the legacy of Apollo has provided the foundation for America's America's returned to the moon by twenty twenty four with plans to eventually venture on where to Mars while at our Kennedy Space Center on July Twentieth to mark the Fiftieth Anniversary of Apollo Eleven's landing on the moon vice vice president. Mike Pants helped to mark another milestone in American space exploration. The Orion crew vehicle for the optimist one mission is complete and ready to begin preparations for its historic First Flight Orion. The European Service Module will go to the moon on artem is one the first une crude integrated flight test of Orion with our space launch system rocket. This mission will pay the way for human missions to the Moon in preparation Chen for trips to Mars also on July twentieth the International Space Stations Next crew launched to the station from Kazakhstan about six hours later our drew Morgan Alexander's cavorts off the Russian space agency Roscosmos.
Sotheby, NASA And Eight Million Dollars discussed on Glenn Beck
"Three original NASA video tapes the Apollo eleven moon landing sold at auction of the weekend for more the one point eight million dollars takes put up for sale at Sotheby's fifty years to the day after the historic first steps on the moon were
"apollo eleven" Discussed on KTRH
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"apollo eleven" Discussed on The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe
"The show that's going to air on July twentieth. You'll see why that's important in just a moment next says evolved out of the Perry Deangelis memorial sort of s Jew and so we do like to begin our nexus live show remembering those fellow skeptics opposite is more more than we can account for anyone time but these are the people who are particularly close to the hugh who have lost along the way on our journey obviously including Harry but but also unfortunately the list. I is growing. That's just life and we'll keep remembering those step except we left behind all right. This is a picture of anyone notices Manhattan you so good. This is the pitcher from last year because we had cloud covered this year and I couldn't get a good picture yeah but this looks the same. If I can tell you that this was this last year you would not not different except for the clothing styles change fashions change so we're on the fashion district it. You're talking about fashion. Yes I'm buying something. I think it was peaked lasted peak last night. I understand yeah but it's still sort board of happening tonight from what I understand all right so what we're seeing the for the audience at home we're looking at a picture looks like a camera right that could be any modern security camera but anybody know exactly what that is the model besides you is an oddly specific answers that you gotta three that is the camera that was on the Len on the lunar landing module for Apollo Eleven Apollo Eleven of course you know that mission took place in July Twentieth I deduct Twentieth Day. They landed or the daily launched. They let they landed on the moon June..
"apollo eleven" Discussed on KTOK
"Astronauts from Apollo eleven landed in walks on the moon's surface it was Neil Armstrong first but of my the main I am and the particle in buzz Aldrin second well Michael Collins remained orbiting the moon the landing fulfilled a promise made by president Kennedy years earlier to reach the moon and turn the tide in the Cold War in Miami Evan brown fox news alarm bells in south Sudan after a case of Ebola is confirmed near its border the outbreak in neighboring Congo has killed more than sixteen hundred people an American with an interest in ISIS is under arrest law enforcement officials say forty two year old Ruslan Mara told H. as in off lived in Brooklyn New York in twenty thirteen they say he traveled to Turkey where he transit to Syria to join ISIS initially the complaint says he became a sniper for the terror group but over the years he rose to become a key trainer for their ranks showing them how to use weapons he's also accused of trying to recruit another person to leave the United States and fight for ISIS in Syria there's been no comment from his attorney Jessica stone fox news another massive rally is scheduled for Sunday in Hong Kong last night during a police raid homemade explosives were found along with banners voicing opposition to a controversial extradition bill authorities say no link has been made to tomorrow's protest police have arrested huge barricades near government headquarters.
"apollo eleven" Discussed on The Journal.
"Fifty years ago this week Wall Street Journal film critic Joe Morgenstern was sitting in the grass by a Florida lagoon watching the launch of the Apollo Eleven mission. A lot of journalists were there but Joe who at the time was working for Newsweek might have been the only film critic with a front row seat and it was thanks to his own gumption that he got there at all. I was in my thirties and was loving what I was doing but also as the Apollo eleven shot approached. I just wanted desperately to cover it. I I love. I Love Them. Love now. Aviation Science was one of the great events of our time and I wanted to be in on it Joe's opportunity to cover the story emerged in an unusual way. Get reviewed a NASA documentary on the Apollo Eight mission the first mission where humans orbited the moon NASA. Did this quite gorgeous documentary of the Apollo eight mission. which was the mission that involves the first? First Spacewalk and also generated that truly iconic photograph that we now call Earth Rise of earth as a blue orb in black space and I was so in chatted added with the movie that I kind of got away for myself in roof this I thought cell phone chatted semi surreal review after that piece came out Joe received a note from Ben Bradlee the revered editor of The Washington Post Post which at the time on Newsweek was a short note that it was very encouraging. He really loves the review and the the style of the review and caught me by surprise and I thought what that complement was really currency that I could cash in and get the guys to send me to Cape Kennedy to cover Apollo Eleven. It just thought all he can do say no. His editor said yes so joe flew from New York to Florida days before lift off in July nineteen sixty nine it was hot as hell ahead an uncomfortable motel and didn't spend much time in it and I got to the launch site.
"apollo eleven" Discussed on StarTalk Radio
"Special space edition all space why this the Fiftieth Anniversary Year of Apollo Eleven launching from Earth and landing on the moon and returning safely to Earth not only that we want to look at the future of space exploration and I have a lot of expertise in that category so is it's just me in this episode but I don't do this alone without a co host. I got Chuck Nice Chuck. Hey do this with me. Can you hang with absolutely because I got I've been I I got this. Normally we have another expert but I got this all on my own. I think you're the expert on space. I think I'm on the expert on space anelle good. We're good totally. Go good all right. So so what do you have well. We have questions sounds as we always do. Gleaned from the Internet are very many incarnations and <hes> we always start with the Patriot patron because they give us money right. Would you like to give us the money you could give us the money requests. You don't have to give money get your question asked they just get the questions asked I okay priority say all right so this is <hes> <hes> let me just as introduction to just introduction. Just doesn't I've written two books on space as a as an exploratory endeavor as distinct from Astro Fan. I was GonNa say you've written more. I'm talking about going into space okay. I've got two books on that okay so one of them. Is this one right space chronicles space chronicles Mesa facing the ultimate front. It's now in paperback and more affordable than heart. I just want a quick story about this okay. This is not the title that I submitted the manuscript of all right. Oh no now you show you wrote. This book. I came title was the title was failure to launch. Oh Ooh the dreams and delusions of space enthusiasts although so encourage courage that you can have a book with the with the word <hes> failure in it and they got all upset and and had meetings after to meetings after meetings and they came I said fine so is a space chronicles facing the ultimate frontier but this is an indictment of everyone who says Oh yeah we got to the moon in nineteen sixty nine. We should be in Mars by nine hundred eighty five when and how come we're not. It's 'cause we we need. We need <hes> charisma and there's a lot of sort of misinformation and delusional thinking out there. This book is a full exploration of that of of the fact that we have yet to progress of the re on on the reasons for that really the reasons and the reasons people give out the reasons they think they're the reason they're not the reason here okay good well. He's like Oh. This is every you really aren't good marketer. Let I see this every thought I've ever had about our past president future space well the reasons and it's not because we we need another Kennedy to give a stirring speech. No we were war with the Russians right and and an and the you know they're the godless communists right and they had beaten us in practically every metric they were winning. They okay they invented the rocket equation. Yeah all right that was one hundred and something years ago rocket equation that tells tells you how much fuel to put in your rocket to put a payload into some destination right. You know why that matters because the fuel you're burning has to lift the weight of the heavy back all the other feeling the yet to burn right and so every increment of poundage in your payload has tremendous consequences to how much extra fuel you have to carry. That's why the Saturn five rocket is mostly fuel aw with all the stages all the states all fuels off you Lee Beatty section up at the top all right okay the little bitty section so that's the rocket equation manifest a Russian came up with the rocket equation. The Russians had the first satellite rained rained Mussa Squirrel. I forgot about rocky and Bowling Sputnik Sputnik book the answered said the first I satellite they had the first non human mammal. That was a dog okay like right. I didn't know the dog's name was like you didn't know the dog's name..
"apollo eleven" Discussed on This American President
"In there long enough If you're near them, they'll. They'll appear. We've had several occasions where we had to get out of the water. It's in order not to you know, be bitten. Wow I think the last thing anyone would want. After the first man to walk on the moon is to come home and get bitten by a shark or something like that. Her have their capsules capsized or something in the ocean after getting back. I wonder the training. Things we did a shark didn't. Foam around that billy to net and. Left a little hole their. Teeth marks. The threat was quite real. On it. Maybe it could be a the premise for a new shark, Tornado, movie, or Jaws, movie or something my job was you know the first man out of the helicopter being the CEO man? And so on I landed in the water was always in the water by myself. In the first thing, I would do is take a quick look around me to make sure. that. They weren't A. Nearby right right. Now was there a big difference in training for Ten verses. Apollo Eleven Apollo Eleven is obviously the big one. The landing. On Apollo. Eleven NASA. Require this bath contamination procedure would not done on Apollo Tan They were afraid of the lunar pathogens. Moon I earned catch. Two capsule comes Bruni back. You know twenty five thousand miles per hour. At Neha Yom sure that the outside of the capsule any germ that wouldn't have lasted too long for that got a heat. Over five thousand degrees, but inside the capsule course to head the Moon samples, and so they wanted to be very careful. Because, nobody really knew time. Had so that required us to jump in the water with Scuba tank on, and that was a fifty pounds scuba tank. And then my sea bag with little parachute in there was about seven or eight pounds. And you're jumping under the water. With that weighed on I swim up to the capsule which is moving in a current. bobbing up and down. So it was quite a challenge, and that's why they needed. Know all of us to be strong swimmers, but they wanted the fastest one to jump in I catch the capsule case. It was in strong current. And your said that the capsule after reentering the atmosphere it..
"apollo eleven" Discussed on Liftoff
"For their support of lift-off and all of every laugh him now because we are who we are and we are choosing these interesting different scenes for Apollo Eleven. We're going to jump ahead a little bit so on Thursday July twenty fourth nineteen sixty nine Apollo eleven came to an end Columbia the command module and all it was left after they jettisoned the service module and the lunar module and everything else splashdown in the Pacific Ocean South West of Hawaii the astronauts astronauts were picked up by the Hornet once on board received hugs and handshakes and we're flown directly back from Hawaii to New York City for a a giant ticker tape parade. No that's not no <hes> Apollo eleven may have been over and it may have been a massive success but for about two more weeks the astronauts were effectively held prisoner by the government today. It seems a little bit silly but back in the nineteen sixties NASA felt it would be prudent to be absolutely sure that there weren't poisons or deadly alien forms of life on the moon that would be tracked back by the astronauts and in fact everybody on planet her this sort of extreme carefulness or paranoia. If you WANNA call it that was it was a big part of this era just two two months before Apollo Eleven Michael Crichton novel the drama strain was published it depicts a military satellite landing back on Earth contaminated with any mechanisms it really put people in a mood is what we're saying if you've seen the movie like which was later but the andromeda strain is super creepy and that was it was definitely in the air not the not the alien bio forms just paranoia was in the air at the time and there was actually a federal regulation called the extra terrestrial exposure law that was adopted by NASA in nineteen sixty nine not an actual like Congress law more of a guideline law sure but it required a formal quarantine policy for anything returning to Earth after landing on a celestial body. The net result of all of this is that Aldrin Armstrong Collins had to be put on biological had to put on biological isolation garments..
"apollo eleven" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Pilot pilot for the Apollo eleven mission he was supposed to join Collins in the interview with the Cape but unfortunately had to reschedule ninety six point five W. D. B. over Orlando turns first for severe weather I'm Jan on a beer all just rusty bickering allege a hot it will feel this afternoon in our chance for storms coming up good afternoon I'm Kevin reviews ninety five degrees in downtown Orlando right now as we take a look at the interactive radar feeling a whole lot hotter ninety four in winter garden right now ninety three in Winter Park no rain anywhere to cool things off or data showing for me coverage Davey solve the murder of a food high school student has a person of interest we've been talking about this one for months a hundred Vargas Martinez gun down while walking to school last year sources tell our news partners at channel nine that a teenager involved in a stolen cellphone case and Parramore is connected to the vehicle of interest in the shooting it happened about two weeks after Martinez's death the fifteen year old was found with a gunshot wound on the morning of December eighteenth your Waldo street and east Kaylie St three yeah the Orange County sheriff's office is offering a fifteen thousand dollar reward for information leading to the arrest of his killer tranice scales news ninety six point five W. DVL starting October first city run facilities and events in Orlando will no longer use plastic straws bags or styrofoam containers that vote happened early last month all new today seminal county might follow along some commissioners are exploring a ban on plastic cups straws and other items the county parks and facilities at least one commissioner is speaking against it Amy Lockhart what you know if a vote is scheduled at high speed crash off of a bridge under construction in Daytona beach leaves a woman dead it's pretty crazy it happened this morning at the orange Avenue bridge near south peninsula.
"apollo eleven" Discussed on KCRW
"I'm Jason Bentley it's morning becomes eclectic also worth noting in NBA regular and KCRW's rhythm planet selector has a thoughtful appreciation of the Apollo eleven mission check it out at KCRW dot com slash rhythm planets.
"apollo eleven" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show
"Told this story a million. Sometimes I'll tell them again. <hes> bill whittle is one of the reasons I got into commentary. I saw bill on P._J.. TV I thought he can do that. I can no thought is that guy is so good that I would like to do as a version of that. That's a little crazier a little bit more a Monty Python and <hes> and that was really inspiring to me. He and I work together a P._G.. P._J. T._V. Longtime you can go on and see our old videos where we chatted together now. Bill who is an expert. He has an expert on space travel air fleet. He's an excellent pilot <hes> such a good pilot that I'm afraid to get into a plane with him because he's just so good. She will do things that I don't want to be any part of but he is now got this brilliant brilliant new podcast Apollo eleven about what we saw and part two is out today and over the weekend. I think it reached number for three on Itunes so this thing is tearing it up and Bill Whittle is GONNA join us. Let's just take a look at the Apollo eleven trailer that we've put up welcome to Apollo Eleven Mission Control. What's left anyway? The Space Race twelve years of open warfare between two superpowers. We used our best missiles are best pilots and engineers we employed aircraft carriers radar stations all the military Torri hardware. We had to defeat our ideological nemesis. When each team had over twenty thousand nuclear warheads apiece the space race was the defining act of the second half of the twentieth century this nation nation to pay a clearly leading role in space achievement fifty years ago men from planet Earth First set foot upon the move you owe it to yourself and a history to experience the.
"apollo eleven" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"The Apollo eleven mission to the moon with a man who was there Dr buzz Aldrin your doctor and the lady that means you think three also you know for and I'm Newt Gingrich this is news world the Westwood One podcast network we are where we are because people light casing have not push back ever for I don't know how long and it for it if it illustrates once again why trump is president and why his support is continuing to grow is because he's the only one taking the lead on this stuff pushing back against these people who win tend our country harm why did not push back on that why do we have to respect opposing points of view isn't being generally about it when they're trying to undercut the very foundation fabric to what the country is we don't have time to worry about whether some people understand that are not they have to be shown that's what trump is doing is a great job I think of illustrating who these people are and he's doing it as usual within the elected class is doing it alone folks this is a time of year when a lot of families take vacations it's also the time here with the highest number of home burglaries take place because there are more people on vacation I'm not home no coincidence there in fact all home left unprotected is the easiest target for a burglar and it's not hard to learn whether somebody's home or not it's not hard to case a joint and figure out what the arrival and departure plans and and habits.
"apollo eleven" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Welcome back I feel like a late night DJ it's all right I can hear her because studios all right tonight we're discussing the Davis Wilson leak to you a vo documents and next up is a richer Dolan but before we get to that right after the break the Apollo eleven tapes the Apollo eleven tapes of the T. V. the modem or bought for two hundred and eighteen dollars and it turns out they may sell for millions after they were lost the tapes identified in two thousand eight as the only surviving original recording of the first moon landing back in nineteen sixty nine are going to go up for Aktion this July at Sotheby's in New York where they are expected to fetch as much as two million dollars now the guy that bought the tapes bottom for two hundred eighteen dollars bought a truckload of used videotape from NASA and he was going to sell the video tapes two different production companies and allow them to just record over them so they could save some money on their video tape how crazy is that well tonight discussing the Davis Wilson league you off docks is Richard Dolan he has been reporting on this since the story broke three weeks ago we're gonna go deep right after this short break I'm your host Jimmy church this is coast to coast AM message data.
"apollo eleven" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Apollo eleven mission where he became the first man to walk on the moon. Claire Foy Jason Clark, Patrick fugit in Kyle Chandler, also starring this by graphical drama. Jack black reprises his role is author RL Stein. Goosebumps to haunted Halloween sequel to the two thousand fifteen original this time to voice find one of Stein's old manuscripts and accidentally release a monster wants to bring about the Halloween apocalypse to stop them, the boys their sister in Stein team up to try and restore order this horror comedy also stars Wendi mcclendon Covey, Madison Eisenman. Jeremy Ray Taylor. Khalil Harrison, Ken, John still in theaters are venom nights school small foot. A star is born and the house with a clock in its walls. Plus a simple favor. The none crazy rich Asians white. Boy, Rick and peppermint and that's your weekend box office preview on iheartradio. Take a trip back with this week's rock almanac. What's going on rock and roll lovers? It's anti-western. It'll take you on a journey back to this week in rock and roll history. Start back in one thousand nine hundred fifty seven were Jerry Lee Lewis records, great balls of fire in the now famous tapes hours into the great falls of fire recording session, Jerry Lee began arguing with Sam Phillips that the song was too sinful for him to record the to talk loudly over each other Phillips pleaded with Louis to believe that his music could actually be a force for moral good this week in nineteen sixty five the Ohio State University marching band plays. Hang on sloppy for the first time in a football team takes on Illinois, it soon becomes an OSU favorite. And in one thousand nine hundred five is designated the state song of Ohio.