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"arctic astronautics" Discussed on Geek News Central
"Of ransomware proceeds which are paid in virtual currency officials are hoping to seize more extortion payments and transfer cases. If by did recouping four point four million paid by colonial pipeline in may so what part of the department of justice state departments to use the state department's rewards for justice program so Okay so lincoln be up the show notes if you have information you can cash in a delta pilots sued the airline for allegedly stealing an app. He designed he suing her one billion dollars. A delta pi is still the airline for one billion trade secrets us over communications apt. He developed a few years ago years ago. According to bloomberg captain craig alexander pitched the crew live app which report developed the one hundred thousand dollars. Oh money to the company. As a waiver cruise easy can't case of disruptive bites however delta turned him down and then launched what he says and identical tool of you years later done after shown adopt all their executive lose. Sounds like he's got a case here. Bad news for spacex view worn spacex. It's new texas launch site launch. Tower is not yet approved. If you've been following some the popular space channels been talking about this new tower where they're gonna catch yesterday. Greenwich catch a returning rocket The faa has worn elon. Musk this environmental review a new towers boca chica launch site in texas incomplete ages. You could order spacex. Take down try. And if a vase spokesman said on wednesday the ages environmental review underway spacex propose rocket assembly integration tower is underway in added. The company is building the tower at its own risk. The faa is slope slope. They don't operate at civilian speeds based on the environmental review. The bay could order spacex to take down the tower possible changes would have to made at the launch site including to the immigration towers. mitigate significant impacts environmental impacts. Ladies and gentlemen we know that Allow must have been very critical of how slow the f. a. is and having had to deal or been on the delivery end of some okay. Let's just put this way if you want to. Fly in transmit an r. F energy. That is not registered. Let me just tell you something. You'd better have about a years worth the time to do the paperwork. It is painful. I can't imagine he must have one hundred people working on just regulatory paperwork for these launches or maybe two hundred crazy looks reportedly offer video games within the next year. And they're gonna go into podcasting to podcast coming to a netflix channel near you as well that pot that plywood satellite has been cleared for space lies. Now he's building the tower on land in they're going to authorize the launch of a place of a plywood satellite. Come on the weekends would set could reduce space by using materials. Burn as a fall. Back into the earth's atmosphere. Louisa would sat is being developed by. That's what happens anyway. The metal sub burns up to the wease would is being developed by finland's based arctic astronautics limited the essay and finland's managed forest or upn maker of wiza- plywood. Okay the world's spurs wooden satellite is now certified for rocket ride in the final prelaunch. Phase can begin. The long satellite scheduled launch into space from new zealand rocket labs reusable electron rocket before the end of the year. Yeah okay is is just a big publicity stunt youtube subscriber only chats and polls available to austria mir's popular subscribers can also allow viewers to share clips from gaming streams. Okay so Un watch it on youtube. I guess we can have chats and polls over there now. Facebook pay buttons are coming to online stores in august. Payment option will finally be available outside. its social network. Almost.
"arctic astronautics" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"Of time. Mm. It's pretty neat. I wondering exactly what the goal is beyond just testing like if you're going to test if you can make a satellite, and it wouldn't have it survive. Then I guess your goal is trying to figure out ways to then use plywood or, you know, in in other space missions. Producer Shannon Yes. Maybe it's to Jack up the price of plywood even more. Yeah, I mean these days. Following up on what producer Shannon just said. It does feel like you've got to be Bill Gates or Jeff Bas owes or, you know, some very rich person producer Shannon. Another example. To be able to afford enough plywood. To make a four inch cube. Satellite. Right, Um I was actually Over at a friend of mine is a real estate agent. They've got a title company there, and I was walking by an office where they were doing a real estate closing, and I heard a guy saying he was re mortgaging refinancing his house. So that he could afford to bias sheet of plywood. Um, that's what's going on in the world right now, Um No, I'm just serious. So once it's up there. According to seen it. The team is going to monitor this little four inch cube to see how it's plywood stands up to all of this stuff. I guess there is something called Cube sat And there is a cube set replica kit company called Arctic Astronautics. I need to check this thing out Arctic astronautics. When I when I clicked that it actually Goes to the European Space Agency's website, and it shows a picture of a little Freaking wooden satellite. So what they did already was they made something like this, and they put it on a weather balloon and they attached a little camera to it. Now, almost all of it is would. There are just a couple of small pieces of metal rails that they need on it so that it can detach from whatever launches it. And I think the pole that's holding a camera. I think that's made out of metal as well. But this flight on this weather balloon lasted three hours in space like conditions. And the plywood, they say came out just fine and the camera works as expected, and You know at what they say is, if it performs well, it could spur a new look at what is a possible material for use in space. That's not surprising, and then I just loved. This is the last quote in the Senate piece about this. In the end, they say would set is simply a beautiful object in terms of traditional Nordic design and simplicity. It should be very interesting to see it in orbit. Excellent. If the Vikings ever make a satellite That's what it'll look like. All right when we come back This is a very, very hyper local kind of story, but Not too far from where I live. And actually Not too far from the radio station. There is this little shopping center that you may have seen if you've been driving around kind of the Southwest Denver area over by Hamden. And happy kidding. And like hand in about a mile west of I 25 there used to be. I think a burger King in there was before I was ever around that area much used to be a burger king that used to be a safe way. And then there's a strip mall that has some other stuff like Joyce Consigned furnishings isn't there and stuff and there's a Duffy role in there and So They're turning the former Burger King into something called. I think it's called Bird Call. It's a chicken sandwich store, but for a long time we were told that the place that used to be a safe way. First it was going to be Tony's market, combined with something else in the other half of the building, like Tony's market was going to take some of it. Then it was going to be this place called Mars six, which is a lot like Tony's market like a very high end boutique kind of supermarket where you could buy, you know the nicest steak for $27, a pound or $45 a pound or whatever, and really beautiful, upmarket food. That's awesome. But frankly, I'm too cheap for that to be of much use to me. Like I'd rather go to King Soopers and catch their filet mignon when they put it on sale. Right? That's me like I still want. If I can have a good filet mignon that was originally $21 a pound and king supers hasn't marked down to $12 pound because it's going to be past its use by date tomorrow. I'm buying that 100 out of 100 times. I don't need the $31 a pound meat. Now I know some people like that is just not my thing. So Is a long way of saying That Mars six is not going in there anymore. And what is going to go in? There is something that I think is going to be much more interesting for me. Still related to food. Much more interesting for me, and here's a hint. It also involves technology. I'll explain right after this summer is finally here, and it's time to get out and enjoy the water, hike, bike, run and be back with friends. But.
The World's First Wooden Satellite Will Launch This Year
"Check in with Dr Sky Steven Kates. Hey, Stephen. Hello. There Juries we begin with space. Lots of exciting news here would fill an entire show but with space junk George on the rise and too many dead satellites in low Earth orbit. Get set for the world's first wooden satellite, which is seven months later this year, officially known how, ironically, is called would set these are small nano satellites storage, which mother only four inches on a side. And weigh about £2, Each finished company known as Arctic Astronautics, is the prime contractor on these little gems they're made of birch wood, and they're able to carry out small test type payloads. That is. And when complete. Guess what they burn up completely in the atmosphere. No ground surviving components. Aluminum oxide is sprayed over the electronic area to prevent the release that is of gases into space. A charge on a comedic kind of note. Don't you think we need a large version of like a modern Noah's The space would art so that when he does re enter the Amazon, these things will truly burn up. And thus maybe they're solving on a slow but progressive way. Problem of speech jump,