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"bill pogue" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

06:38 min | 3 months ago

"bill pogue" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"To me this week and I have played a little bit of that one more on the road back on the on the phones with you on anything you like. It's what I do this because it was this week in history in 1970, so they make it back from the moon, crippling home and then having blown up in space. And sustained a certain amount of damage of the fear was that it had damaged part of the heat shield that they need to not burn up on re entering the atmosphere. And there's a usual loss of signal loss of communication. And then you come out of that. You can see the parachutes talk to the astronauts it took for ever. Intentions were obviously running high. And I asked Fred, why did it take so long? I have never really sure nobody's ever given the data of two scientists a scientifically Tell exactly what happened. The thought was. We ended up shallow. That was reflected someone that we had the lowest G level. During entry, which would mean we were shallower. Way didn't quite hit six GS on entry. Uh, but it didn't even that. I don't think exactly accounted for the total time of that delay before we came out of blackout. When that's funny, six G's no matter at launch and reentry. That's a lot of geez, no matter what you're doing. It's like an elephant on your chest. When you finally come out and you drop into the Pacific. Obviously, the overall thing is great disappointment at not having walked on the moon, but it had to be balanced and buy some level of gratitude that at least you're gonna live another day. Absolutely No, it was certainly the environment had got very cold, damp. Pretty miserable for the about 3.5 days on the way back because we had the power down so low to make the lunar module last last long enough And that actually just wasn't terminally the vehicle. One thermally protected with blankets, Tonto. Uh, you making that reasonable temperature and I could have been designed to do that. We've never known we're going to go down that low, but it wasn't And so I was obviously happy. Let's just seen after entry that you say the theory. Eat hot of come blazing back in on entry when we when the divers maybe Daryl's actually opened the hatch when they had saved the vehicle. Cross the airport out of the capsule. It was still early. Little cold inside. It's we. It's refreshing that being a warm South Pacific islands like I totally imagined so you guys are back. We got a lot of questions to ask about what happened and that, you know, sort of slows up the schedule a little bit. Get through the rest of 1970 in January of the following year. Al Shepard and Ed Mitchell, who's also been on this show are walking on the fraud. Moral Highlands, Your landing site. You're glad to be on Earth. Glad to be alive, but as their nose Al's hitting golf balls on the moon God Blessem, that's great, but it's just a little part of that that eats at you a little bit like that's our mission. I lied, and I'd volunteered Actually the serve in support of the power 14. There's a cap com Then I picked Gerry Griffin, the flight director for the gold team, because I knew that team would be on duty. Their second deviate, which was just the primary geology expedition to go up the plank of so called Cone Crater, which is a prominent feature in the area of the landing. And sample all the way up to the edge of the crater. And I, of course, a trained to do that. So I thought I might be of some help to Allah and the ed in there and their visits that I didn't get to do. Apollo's 15 16 and 17 went to the moon there on the rest of 1971 and 72 as 1972 came to an end with Gene Cernan and Jack Schmitt, we were done with the moon. Did you think it would take us more than 50 years to get back? Why haven't you know he you're asking? Do I know what the powers that be? Be? Administration and Congress will fund? No, I had no idea. Because that's what it takes. If if you're going to go anywhere, you any program has to be had a quickly funded through the idea of the U. S government in the process that's done through the various presidential administrations. And their desires, coupled with the congressional support through the Appropriations committees. Well, this was the tough thing. I mean, you're the third mission and the storyline was that America had sort of stopped caring. We beat the Russians and most of America was kind of done. I wasn't On. I've still not. And the thing is that we had Apollo 20 on the books. It wound up being one of being pulled it 17, which was particularly cruel to you, because part of your payback for having you know, nearly blown up in space is do it have gone back on one of those missions that got canceled. Correct. Yes, I had actually had about pounds a month. Six weeks after we spice down deep gave me another job as the backup commander of Apollo 16 backing up Johnny on which, with Jerry Car and Bill Pogue. As the crew and, of course, the time we thought we would cycle and normal three mission cycle and what with the flow, Nepal in 18 A turned out We were in training and probably 45 months, and NASA decided at that point to cancel As you said the last two missions Apollo 18 and 19. The lunar module pilot of Apollo 13 Fred Hayes. I'm so glad to bring this tow the Dennis Prager listeners. I played it this morning and got a lot of nice feedback on it because there are two kinds of people. People who remember that people who don't and if you do it, put your back and at a pretty amazing time. The moon landing. I'm mean I'm mean Columbus finding the new world or, you know, I don't know anyone of a We can have an interesting parlor game on what is just the most amazing thing Humanity has ever done. For me. It's human footprints on another world, and I hope we're not. No, we're not. We're gonna put men and women on the moon starting in 2024, which I think is awesome..

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"bill pogue" Discussed on American Innovations

American Innovations

10:15 min | 1 year ago

"bill pogue" Discussed on American Innovations

"Cone ring releasing `second we should feel the parachutes deploy the do not steal their stomachs drop as their modules sharply decelerate S- There now floating down on parachutes outside the command module windows they can see the flat Expanse of the Pacific Ocean and in the distance and approaching ship coming to retrieve them being leans back and breathes a sigh of relief compared to his last re entry on Apollo twelve this was a rough one but after fifty nine days and eleven hours in space they're finally home slater. Their module is bobbing like cork in the waves of the Pacific being takes off his helmet and turns to his crewmates Owen Jack Thank you for all your hard work it's mission has been the highlight of my career and I hope of yours too I was Ma surprised highlight really but you walked on the Moon and we brought back a few rocks this mission accomplished much more than that we should all be proud Skylab I crew who were up for just a month readjusted to life on earth fairly quickly but for being loud and Gary recovering from a two month stay in space is not so easy their legs are wobbly they have walking in a straight line they've lost muscle and bone mass and have trouble lifting heavy objects especially because they're not used to them wing anything on his first night aboard recovery ship being strains back lifting a suitcase later that night bean wakes up to go to the bathroom and suddenly finds himself sprawled on the floor it takes that can to realize what happened instead of putting his legs under him he pushed off the bed headfirst expecting to float getting used to this whole gravity thing you realize is is going to take some time the second Skylab mission was a triumph being in its crew exceeded their mission goals by more than fifty percent bringing back a treasure trove of earth observations solar photographs biomedical data now has Skylab third mission prepares to launch NASA leaders want to build long success plans are made to extend the third cruise stay aboard Skylab for up to at least seventy days and bulk up their experimental workload because of budget cuts this will be the final Skylab mission NASA wants to squeeze as much science as possible out of the space station before it's taken out of service doc it's an ambitious plan and execute it NASA is counting on a team of rookies after the Apollo Lunar Program ended in Nineteen seventy-two Many of Nassar's most experienced astronauts left not interested in sticking around once they lost their chance to go to the moon so the final Skylab crew will be made up of three men who've never four flown in space if they can succeed it will be the ultimate proof that humanity has the potential to endure long distance space travel maybe even live in space on a permanent basis but of Nasr's projects continue to shrink the final skylab mission could mark the end of an era for manned spaceflight Support for American innovations comes from capital one with the spark cashcard from capital one earn unlimited two percent cashback on all of your business purchases think about it unlimited two percent cashback on everything you buy for Your Business cash-back can add up to thousands of dollars which you can reinvest back into your business so you can keep growing imagine what unlimited two percent cashback could do for your business learn more at capital one dot com. 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American innovations is supported by wicks do you have greet idea of your own put it online with wicks dot Com wicks gives you the freedom to create a unique website your way take full control all of your design without a developer using the intuitive editor or go deep with advanced code capabilities either way your designs will look amazing on any screen ideas evolve and your website can to bring your site to life with animation parallel scrolling hd videos when you choose wicks you also get one million royalty free photos unlimited fonts special effects multimedia galleries and so much more and with twenty four seven support wicks is here to help you along the way so design your dream website today with wicks and for listeners of American innovations if you go to wicks dot com and use the coupon code ai you'll get ten percent off when you're ready to go premium that's Wicks dot com code for percent off any premium plan it's November sixteenth nineteen seventy-three about eight hours since the third Skylab took off from Cape Canaveral in less than two hours since they successfully docked with the space station they haven't even left the command module yet but already for pilot bill pogue the mission is not going well pogue vomits his evening dinner stewed tomatoes into a sick bag the smell fills the cramped command module Mission Commander Jerry Carr put his own dinner side to check on his pilot a UK. Bill yes sorry Jerry Guess I'm a little more nauseous than I thought it's ironic that out of all three astronauts pogue is the only one feeling sick back on earth other astronauts named the forty three year old air force colonel iron belly first apparent immunity to motion sickness now he's dry heaving into a sick back pogues illness presents the rookie Skylab crew with their first dilemma before they launched NASA physician stressed the importance of avoiding so-called space sickness the nausea that sometimes overcomes astronauts in zero gravity the last ability of NASA's new space shuttle program can astronauts really do quick trips into space and then safely land their craft an airplane if there puking their guts out to st auspey sickness the Skylab crew have all taken anti nausea medications they're also under strict orders to spend their first night in the command module on the theory that it's small our confidence our list disorienting zero gps but none of it seems to be helping pope while pogue crawls into the airlock in search of some air that doesn't smell like AH car discusses the situation with the science pilot Ed Gibson what do you think how bad does he look to you I mean he threw up but only a little yeah already seems to be doing better that's how it seems to me too I see we just don't mention it to Houston I don't want to make a federal case out of it you're the commander whatever you think his best hogue agrees with the plan to when mission control checks back later that evening cartels them only polk was a little nauseous not that he vomited the crew goes to sleep thinking the incident is behind them but the next day they're in for a surprise that afternoon during a call with mission control the cat com hands the microphone off to a more stern voice scallop this is Alan Shepherd Shepherd is a NASA legend the first man in space now chief of the Astronaut Office one of the Space Agency's highest ranking positions if they're hearing from him something serious must be going on nervously car radios back nice to hear from you al I'm looking at the command module transcripts from last night anything you need to tell US Commander Car Cars Heart sinks he'd forgotten their module is outfitted with a tape recorder that automatically transmits all conversations down to Houston for later transcription he's been caught red handed ah Yes sir the pilot did in fact vomit shortly after we dock last night you made a serious error in judgement here commander I I agree with you out it was a dumb decision not to would it these communications between Skylab and Mitch and control are all matter of public record often the press is listening in live car knows he's it's been publicly reprimanded for a rookie commander it's a valuable lesson after that car does his best run everything by the book but it's not easy beans crew were such overachievers mission control is loaded up the third Skylab crew with far more tasks than ever before by the end of their first week way behind schedule after the vomit cover up incident cars reluctant to do anything that could be perceived as insubordinate but on December six three weeks into their hey he finally speaks up Houston when can we expect to get a full day off we're supposed to get one every ten days but we've been playing catch up this whole time I five schedule every day Jerry just keep doing what you're doing and you'll be able to take your next full day off as scheduled doesn't feel like we're catching up it feels frantic astronauts aren't expected worked sixteen hour days on the ground I don't see why we should be trying to do it up here all relate your concerns jerry despite cars protests the punishing schedule continues to make matters worse after seven months in orbit Skylab is showing signs of wear and tear complex maintenance tasks like replacing ailing gyroscopes it Ad the crews worked regimen because they don't have time for hygiene and maybe as a subtle form of protest car and pogue stop shaving by late December both scored she beard's a startling departure from masses preferred clean cut image it's December twenty seventh six weeks into the third cruise mission for a few minutes as it does several times a day Skylab passes over a part of the earth were loses contact with massive network of relay stations on the ground back within range again Houston Capcom radios the space station Skylab this is Houston do you copy usually Skylab crew response to already radio transmissions within a few seconds but this time silence Skylab Houston do you copy command Scott up.

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"bill pogue" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"bill pogue" Discussed on KTOK

"Is super stealth and it's got all these awesome safety features inside of it which is really important to me because nine times at a ten i'm driving around with my son who's three i love this car see dealer for details well the full court reversed itself yesterday and that means that pevec can raise the issue again before the oklahoma court of criminal appeals another day of testimony in the state's opioid trial underway norman here's jacqueline scott the trial is the nation's first major civil case over the opioid crisis the state accuses johnson and johnson of deceptively marketing painkillers and oklahoma and downplaying the risks of addiction johnson and johnson started its case yesterday the retired head of the company's medical affairs group testified that the f._d._a. concluded that the benefits of johnson and johnson's jury fitna patch and set opioid tablets outweighed the risks for properly selected patient a man was shot and killed yesterday in tulsa after leading a highway patrol trooper assigned u._s. marshals task force on pursuit the trooper tried to stop william martin but martin drove off and eventually crashed his pickup truck into a backyard and according to u._s. marshals martin tried to run over officers and shots were fired and he died at the scene police now say missing university of utah student mackenzie luek was murdered salt lake city police chief mike brown said murder and kidnapping charges have been filed against a male suspect and that suspect is being identified as a ula aja luek went missing june seventeenth after a lift driver dropped her off at a park in north salt lake in the middle of the night the ashes of oklahoma astronaut or now in orbit bill pogue died five years ago at the age of eighty four earlier this week his ashes were put on boorda's space rocket along with the ashes of one hundred fifty other people and launched as part of celestis memorial spaceflight the craft will orbit the earth for twenty five years pogue was born in oklahoma he was pilot of the last skylab crew and from the katie okay weather center and the four warn storm team sunny today a high of ninety to a low tonight of seventy one sunny very hot on saturday.

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"bill pogue" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"bill pogue" Discussed on KTOK

"Hand on your back Behind your back. thirty-three-year-old rodney arnold's pants were down with his underwear showing the victim claims he offered to help carry furniture into her house then followed her in jumped on her and pinned her down arnold was booked into jail on kidnapping assault and rape charges just as his preliminary hearing was scheduled to begin a black male charge has been dismissed against suspended oklahoma highway patrol captain troy german the oklahoma is reporting that state attorney general mike hunter today dismissed the state's blackmail case against german german was accused of threatening to expose wrongdoing at the highway patrol unless he was promoted is attorney told the oklahoman german is planning to retire and it's not clear why but a driver veered off i thirty five and per cell overnight and plowed into a mobile home that driver sixty-six-year-old lawrence williams of buyers oklahoma was killed he was pinned underneath the mobile home no one inside the home was injured the ashes of oklahoma astronaut bill pogue who died five years ago at the age of eighty four are now orbiting earth they were put on boorda's spacecraft earlier this week along with the ashes of one hundred fifty other people and they were launched as part of a celestis memorial spaceflight pogue was born in oak kema he went to work for nasa in the sixties he spent eighty four days aboard the skylab space station in nineteen seventy three and nineteen seventy.

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"bill pogue" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

07:07 min | 2 years ago

"bill pogue" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Year old who died after becoming critically ill at the boca chica resort in santo domingo caruso death is now the third in a seven day span in june and he's the eleventh american tourists die in the dominican republic since last year something's happening over there iran said that u._s. cyber attacks on its military had failed we have not confirmed that we even tried that while also hinting that it could be willing to discuss new concessions with washington if the united states were the lift sanctions and offer new incentives well let's hope that they get to the bargaining table mexico has deployed almost fifteen thousand troops to the u._s. mexico border according to its country secretary of defense the deployments come after renewed pressure from the trump administration on mexico to help slow migration flows northward mexico however is also called on the united nations and the united states help with what they call a monumental task dr john curtis online columnist dot com with us here john at least fifteen thousand troops along the mexican border will help on their side i think it's gonna help in a very big way i mean you you know you're looking at trump putting enormous pressure with sanctions on on mexico and And Lopez over their new president is a very piece kind of peaceful accommodating, sort of president, we haven't seen that in Mexico for quite some time mainly Mexican president, or you know, have been over the last several years center, FOX, and and pain, extremely and tag mystic toward the US, and especially the semi FOX. But I think Lopez over door. Really? Seriously, the commitment on their part to protect the. southern border they've sent sixty five hundred troops to the southern border a total of fifteen thousand reserves and normal mexican army troops are going to be conducting this operation i don't think it solves the problem because the problem are failed states what it does make a dent a huge difference and i think you got it shows that mexico's doing its most to cooperate with trump and i think you'll get his is a free trade agreement signed certainly with over a door and justin trudeau and so i think he's moving in the right direction john curtis by going to website online columnist dot com thanks john a new study has suggested a link between coffee in the activation of fat fighters in your body michael siemens professor at the university of nottingham and a co director of the study said researchers found that coffee can stimulate what's known as brown fat brown fat is a unique organ that is used for producing heat and at burns fat cells quicker about that drink some coffee scientists have found a gigantic freshwater aquifer hidden deep below the ocean they say that if this was discovered on the surface it would create a lake covering some fifteen thousand square miles it's a surprising discovery of fresh water in the ocean hidden below the ocean amazing what else is going on these days in the skies let's check in with stephen cage dr sky high steve wow what a big night this is for many space fans and if of course you live in central florida just get set for the launch the first nighttime launch that they're predicting for the space expel kim heavy georgia volvos well the adjusted times a new schedule time is sometime around two thirty a. m. eastern daylight time for an hour and georgia wouldn't that be amazing what a spectacular light show totally amazing they're going to be launching some twenty four satellites it's part of a defense department mission this again certifies in many ways base sex to carry on with military missions but this one known as s t p to space test program to among the interesting side georgia's one that carl sagan had a long time ago the idea of launching a small solar sails satellite propulsion in space and about this the remains of one hundred fifty two space in ios including a good and close friend of mine and not bill pogue sky live fan he was up in space for eighty four days his ashes i should say we'll be of course immortalized than space but something back in the history books george back on this date in nineteen fifty nine nasa agreed to pay for eight mercury redstone rockets at the amazing then price of twenty million dollars that was our beginnings of course with the mercury seven to launch humans into space george about a few hours ago there were six people in space but now there's three three returning from the international space station just landing in central russia just hours ago on expedition fifty nine but you're always the listeners the live sky so if you wanna see some stuff george here's here's how we end this We. To see look into the western sky, north west be precise. Just after sunset, this particular planet, one of the most difficult to see about twenty three degrees from the sun. Take advantage of Jupiter and Saturn dominate the early evening sky easy to see telescopes spectacular in the last quarter moon morning. These guys. If you have questions, we have answers Email me, Dr sky Kyi show. we say we love it and we mean always remember to keep your eyes to this sky thank you steven always love your astronomical reports the best up next david politis back with us two part program tonight for the first half we're going to be talking about missing four one one the hunted his new documentary you can look at the trailer it's linked up at coast to coast a._m. dot com in our carousel real in the second part of the program tonight with david bigfoot wild men and giants his second addition that's a really creepy story he's next on coast to coast a._m. i know you're gonna want some after hearing this this is an amazing story we've got stephen and malachi gregory in nelson new zealand banner stand that malachi whose eight almost nine years old now was suffering with not just one or two wards but i mean a significant outbreak of war all over his body so significant impacted his ability to to really function and so at what point did you see that there was actually improvement is really going to work we really to notice it around twelve weeks you can say these things actually getting smaller and smaller and then joined with a little red max the whole things gone regulus sam get into a pure shays yes how wonderful India. blonde way tie this is awesome yeah this is awesome richard oslo here.

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"bill pogue" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

06:57 min | 2 years ago

"bill pogue" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"The boca chica resort and santo domingo caruso 's death is now the third in a seven day span in june and he's the eleventh american Tourists die in the Dominican Republic since last year, something's happening over there. iran said that u._s. cyber attacks on its military had failed we have not confirmed that we even tried that while also hinting that it could be willing to discuss new concessions with washington if the united states were the lift sanctions and offer new incentives let's hope that they get to the bargaining table mexico has deployed almost fifteen thousand troops to the u._s. mexico border according to its country secretary of defense the deployments come after renewed pressure from the trump administration on mexico to help slow migration flows northward mexico however is also called on the united nations and the united states to help with what they call a monumental task dr john curtis online columnist dot com with us here john at least fifteen thousand troops along the mexican border will help on their side i think it's gonna happen I mean, you know, you're looking at Trump putting enormous pressure with us sanctions on on Mexico and Lopez. daughter their new president is a very piece kind of peaceful accommodating sorta president we haven't seen that in mexico for quite some time mainly mexican president sir have been over the last several years and ricky extremely antagonist towards the u._s. and especially fox but i think lucas over door really took seriously the commitment on their part to protect the southern border they've sent sixty five hundred troops to the southern border a total of fifteen thousand reserves and normal a mexican army troops are going to be conducting this operation i don't think it solves the problem because the problem or failed states right but it does make a dent it makes a huge difference and i think you got it shows that mexico's doing its utmost to cooperate with trump and i think you'll get his his free trade agreement signed certainly with over door and justin trudeau and so i think he's moving in the right direction track john curtis by going to his website online columnist dot com thanks john a new study has suggested a link between coffee in the activation of fat fighters in your body michael siemens professor at the university of nottingham and a co director of the study said researchers found that coffee can stimulate what's known as brown fat brown fat is a unique organ that is used for producing heat and burns fat cells quicker about that drink some coffee scientists have found a gigantic freshwater aquifer hidden deep below the ocean they say that if this was discovered on the surface it would create a lake covering some fifteen thousand square miles it's a surprising discovery of fresh water in the ocean hidden deep below the ocean amazing what else is going on these days in the skies let's check in with stephen cage dr sky high steve this is for many space fans and if of course you live in central florida just get set for the launch the first nighttime launch that they're predicting for the spacex falcon heavy georgia full goes well the adjusted times the new schedule time is sometime around two thirty a._m. eastern daylight time for an hour and georgia wouldn't that be amazing what a spectacular light show they're going to be launching some twenty four satellites it's part of a defense department mission this again certifies in many ways to carry on with military missions but this one known as s t p to space test program to among the interesting sidelights georgia's one that carl sagan had a long time ago the idea of launching a small solar sails satellite propulsion in space how about this the remains of a hundred and fifty two space enthusiasts including a good and close friend of mine not bill pogue skylab fame he was up in space for eighty four days his ashes we'll be of course immortalized than space but something back in the history books george back on this date in nineteen fifty-nine nasa agreed to pay for eight mercury redstone rockets at the amazing then price of twenty million dollars that was our beginnings of course with the mercury seven to launch humans into space george about a few hours ago there were six people in space but now there's three three returning from the international space station just landing in central russia just hours ago on expedition fifty nine but you're just always the listeners Sky. So folks, if you wanna see some stuff George, here's, here's how we end this. We. look into the western sky north west precise just after sunset this particular planet one of the most difficult to see about twenty three degrees from the take advantage of jupiter and saturn george they dominate the early evening sky easy to see telescopes spectacular last quarter moon These guys. we have answers email me dr sky show gmail.com and george we say we love it and we mean always remember to keep your eyes to the sky thank you steven always love your astronomical reports the best up next david polite back with us a two part program tonight for the first half we're going to be talking about missing four one one the hunted his new documentary you can look at the trailer it's linked up at coast to coast a._m. dot com in our carousel real in the second part of the program tonight with david bigfoot wild men and giants his second addition that's a really creepy story he's next on coast to coast a._m. i know you're going to want some after hearing this this is an amazing story we've got stephen in malachi gregory in nelson new zealand i understand that malachi whose eight almost nine years old now was suffering with not just one or two wards but i mean a significant outbreak awards all over his body so significant it impacted his ability to to really function and so at what point did you see that there was actually improvement is really going to work we'll we really start to notice it around twelve weeks you can say these things actually getting smaller and smaller and then joined with a little red marks the whole things have gone miraculously same get into a pure yes How wonderful. To see him so happy. Yes..

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"bill pogue" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

06:56 min | 2 years ago

"bill pogue" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"The city of angels near the pacific ocean good morning good evening wherever you may be across the nation around the world i'm george noory welcome to coast to coast a._m. later on tonight channelling spirit guides and in a moment david politis joins us with his incredible new work missing four one one the hunted we've got the trailer up there at coast to coast a._m. dot com we'll take a look at it it's the first little unit and the carrizo real unbelievable here's what's happening as dominican republic officials try to quell rising concerns among would be as worldwide about safety there the u._s. department of state has now confirmed the june seventeenth death of a new york business owner batori oh caruso fifty six year old who died after becoming critically ill at the boca chica resort in central domingo karosas death is now the third in a seven day span in june and he's the eleventh american tourists died in the dominican republic since last year something's happening over there iran said that u._s. cyber attacks on its military had failed we have not confirmed that we even tried that while also hinting that it could be willing to discuss new concessions with washington if the united states were to lift sanctions and offer new incentives well let's hope that they get to the bargaining table mexico has deployed almost fifteen thousand troops to the u._s. mexico border according to its country secretary of defense the deployments come after renewed pressure from the trump administration on mexico to help slow migration flows northward mexico however is also called on the united nations and the united states to help with what they call a monumental task stockton john curtis online columnist dot com with us here john at least fifteen thousand troops along the mexican border will help on their side i think it's going to help in a very big way i mean you know you're looking at trump putting enormous pressure with us sanctions on on mexico and you know lopez over daughter their new president is a very piece kind of peaceful accommodating sort of president we haven't seen that in mexico for quite some time mainly mexican president or you know have been over the last several years of fox and ricky extremely antagonist towards the u._s. and especially fox but i think lucas overdue are really took seriously the commitment on their part to protect the southern border they've sent sixty five hundred troops to the southern border a total of fifteen thousand reserves and normal mexican army troops are going to be conducting this operation i don't think it solves the problem because the problem or failed states right what it does make a dent a huge difference you got it shows that mexico's doing its utmost to cooperate with trump and i think you'll get his his free trade agreement signed certainly with over door and justin trudeau and so i think he's moving in the right direction john curtis by going to his website online columnist dot com thanks john a new study has suggested a link between coffee in the active asian of fat fighters in your body michael siemens a professor at the university of nottingham and a co director of the study said researchers found that coffee can stimulate what's known as brown fat brown fat is a unique organ that is used for producing heat and at burns fat cells quicker about that drink some coffee scientists have found a gigantic freshwater aquifer hidden deep below the ocean they say that if this was discovered on the surface it would create a lake covering some fifteen thousand square miles it's a surprising discovery of fresh water in the ocean hidden deep below the ocean amazing what else is going on these days in the skies let's check in with stephen cage dr sky high steve space fans and if of course you live in central florida just get set for the launch the first nighttime launch that they're predicting for the spacex falcon heavy the the new schedule time is sometime around thirty a. a._m. eastern daylight time for an hour georgia Wouldn't that be amazing? What a spectacular light show. they're going to be launching some twenty-four satellites it's part of a defense department mission this again certifies in many ways spacex to carry on with military missions but this one s t p to space program to among the interesting sidelights georgia's one let carl sagan had a long time ago the idea of launching a small solar sail satellite propulsion in space how about this the remains of one hundred and fifty two space enthusiasts including a close friend of mine bill pogue skylab fame he was up in space for eighty four days his ashes i should say we'll be of course immortalize than space but something back in the history books george back on this date in nineteen fifty nine nasa agreed to pay for eight mercury redstone rockets at the amazing then price of twenty million dollars that was our beginnings of course with the mercury seven to launch humans into space george about a few hours ago there were six people in space but now there's three three returning from the international space station just landing in central russia just hours ago on expedition fifty nine but george is always the listeners the live sky so folks if you wanna see some stuff george here's here's how we end this we talk about mercury easy to see look into the western sky north west to be precise just after sunset this particular planet one of the most difficult to see about twenty three degrees from the sun take advantage of jupiter and saturn george dominate the early evening sky easy to see with telescopes spectacular in the last quarter moon these guys have questions we have answers email me dr sky kyi show gmail.com and george we say we love it and we mean it always remember to keep your eyes thank you steve and always love your astronomical reports the best up next david politeness back with us a two part program tonight for the first half we're going to be talking about missing four one one the hunted his new documentary you can look at the trailer it's linked up at coast to coast a._m. dot com in our carousel real in the second part of the program tonight with david bigfoot wild men and giants his second addition that's really creepy story he's next on coast to coast a._m..

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"bill pogue" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

06:45 min | 2 years ago

"bill pogue" Discussed on 710 WOR

"A._m. dot com we'll take a look at it it's the first little button and the carrizo real unbelievable here's what's happening as dominican republic officials trying to quell rising concerns among would-be travelers worldwide about safety there the u._s. department of state has now confirmed the june seventeenth death of new york business owner batori caruso a fifty six year old who died after becoming critically ill at the boca chica resort in central domingo caruso death is now the third in a seven day span in june and he's the eleventh american tourist die in the dominican republic since last year something's happening over there aranh said that u._s. cyber attacks on its military had failed we have not confirmed that we even tried that while also hinting that it could be willing to discuss new concessions with washington if the united states where the lift sanctions and offer new incentives well let's hope that they get to the bargaining table mexico has deployed almost fifteen thousand troops to the u._s. mexico border according to its country secretary of defense the deployments come after renewed pressure from the trump administration on mexico to help slow migration flows northward beximco however is also called on the united nations and the united states to help with what they call a monumental task stockton john curtis online columnist dot com with us here john at least fifteen thousand troops along the mexican border will help on their side well i think it's going to help in a very big way i mean you know you're looking at trump putting enormous pressure with sanctions on on mexico and lopez over daughter their new president is a very piece kind of peaceful accommodating sort of president we haven't seen that in mexico for quite some time mainly you know mexican presidents or you know have been over the last several years and sunday fox and wreak opinion extremely and tag mystic towards the u._s. and especially percent fox but i think lopez over door really seriously the commitment on their part to protect the southern border they've sent sixty five hundred troops to the southern border a total of fifteen thousand reserves and normal mexican army troops are going to be conducting this operation i don't think it solves the problem because the problem or failed states right what it does make a dent but makes a huge difference and i think you got it shows that mexico's doing its utmost to cooperate with trump and i think you'll get his his free trade agreement signed certainly with over door and justin trudeau and so i think he's moving in the right direction track john curtis by going website online columnist dot com thanks john a new study has suggested a link between coffee in the activation of fat fighters in your body michael siemens professor at the university of nottingham and a co director of the study said researchers found that coffee can stimulate what's known as brown fat brown fat is a unique organ that is used for producing heat and burns fat cells quicker about that drink some coffee scientists have found a gigantic freshwater aquifer hidden deep below the ocean they say that if this was discovered on the surface it would create a lake covering some fifteen thousand square miles it's a surprising discovery of fresh water in the ocean hidden deep below the ocean amazing what else is going on these days in the skies let's check in with stephen cage dr sky high steve george wow what a big night this is from any space fans and if of course you live in central florida just get set for the launch the first nighttime launch that they're predicting for the spacex falcon heavy georgia volvos well the adjusted times the new scheduled time sometime around two thirty a. m. eastern daylight time for an hour and georgia wouldn't that be amazing what a spectacular light show Oh my. totally amazing they're going to be launching some twenty four satellites it's part of a defense department mission this again certifies in many ways base sex to carry on with military missions but this one known as s t p to space test program to among the interesting side alleged georgia's one that carl sagan had a long time ago the idea of launching small solar sail satellite propulsion in space and how about this the remains of one hundred fifty two space enthusiast putting a good and close friend of mine answer not bill pogue skylab fame he was up in space for eighty four days his ashes i should say we'll be of course immortalize than space but something back in the history books george back on this date in nineteen fifty nine nasa agreed to pay for eight mercury redstone rockets at the amazing then price of twenty million dollars that was our beginnings of course with the mercury seven to launch humans into space george about a few hours ago there were six people in space but now there's three three returning from the international space station just landing in central russia just hours ago on expedition fifty nine but george is always the listeners tell me they like this alive sky so if you wanna see some stuff george here's where here's how we end this we talk about mercury easy to see look into the western sky north west to be precise just after sunset this particular planet one of the most difficult to see about twenty three degrees from the sun and take advantage of jupiter and saturn george they dominate the early evening sky easy to see with telescopes spectacular in the last quarter moon adorn our morning tuesday's guys you have questions we have answers emailed me doctor sky that's d. r. s. k. y. show gmail.com george we say that we love it and we mean it always remember to keep your eyes to this guys thank you steven always love your astronomical reports the best up next david politis back with us a two part program tonight for the first half we're going to be talking about missing four one one the hunted his new documentary you can look at the trailer it's linked up at coast to coast a._m. dot com in our carousel real in the second part of the program tonight with david bigfoot wild men and giants his second edition that's really creepy story he's next on coast to coast you shake crane c._c. pocket radio is a great choice for gardening while you're getting out most of your favorite baseball game the pocket radio has unbeatable aim f._m. reception it's got clear crisp audio for it's real small size and it's very.

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"bill pogue" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

06:20 min | 2 years ago

"bill pogue" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Year old who died after becoming critically ill at the boca chica resort in central domingo karosas death is now the third in a seven day span in june soon and he's the eleventh american tourists to die in the dominican republic since last year something's happening over there iran said that u._s. cyber attacks on its military had failed we have not confirmed that we even tried that while also hinting that it could be willing to discuss new concessions with washington if the united states were to lift sanctions and offer new incentives well let's hope that they get to the bargaining table mexico has deployed almost fifteen thousand troops to the u._s. mexico border according to its country secretary of defense the deployments come after renewed pressure from the trump administration on mexico to help slow migration flows northward co however is also called on the united nations and the united states to help with what they call a monumental task dr john curtis online columnist dot com with us here john at least fifteen thousand troops along the mexican border will help on their side i think it's going to help in a very big way i mean you you know you're looking at trump putting enormous pressure with a sanctions on on mexico and lopez over daughter their new president is a very piece kind of peaceful accommodating sort of president we haven't seen that in mexico for quite some time mainly mexican president or you know have been over the last several years of fox and and wreak opinion extremely antagonist toward the u._s. and especially fox but i think lopez over door really seriously the commitment on their part to protect each southern border they've sent sixty five hundred troops to the southern border a total of fifteen thousand reservers and normal mexican army troops are going to be conducting this operation i don't think it solves the problem because the problem or failed states right what it does make a dent it makes a huge difference and i think you got it shows that mexico's doing its utmost to cooperate with trump and i think you'll get his his free trade agreement signed certainly with over door and justin trudeau and so i think he's moving in the right direction john curtis by going to his website online columnist dot com thanks john a new study has suggested a link between coffee in the activation of fat fighters in your body michael siemens professor at the university of nottingham and a co director of the study said researchers found that coffee can stimulate what's known as brown fat brown fat is a unique organ that is used for producing heat and at burns fat cells quicker about that drink some coffee scientists have found a gigantic freshwater aquifer hidden deep below the ocean they say that if this was discovered on the surface it would create a lake covering some fifteen thousand square miles it's a surprising discovery of fresh water in the ocean hidden deep below the ocean amazing what else is going on these days in the skies let's check in with stephen cage dr sky high steve space fans and if of course you live in central florida just get set for the launch the first nighttime launch that they're predicting for the spacex falcon heavy georgia all goes well the adjusted times a new scheduled time is sometime around two thirty a. m. eastern daylight time for an hour and georgia wouldn't that be amazing what a spectacular light show Totally amazing. They're going to be launching some twenty four satellites. It's part of a defense department mission this again, certifies in many ways, SpaceX to carry on with military missions. But this one known as s t p to space test program to among the interesting satellites, Georgia's one let Carl Sagan had a long time ago. The idea of launching a small solar sails, satellite propulsion in space. how about this the remains of a hundred and fifty two space enthusiasts including a good and close friend of mine astronaut bill pogue of skylab fame he was up in space but eighty four days his ashes i should say we'll be of course immortalized than space but something back in the history books george back on this date in nineteen fifty nine nasa agreed to pay for eight mercury redstone rockets at the amazing then price of twenty million dollars that was our beginnings of course with the mercury seven to launch humans at the space george about a few hours ago there were six people in space but now there's three three returning from the international space station just landing in central russia just hours ago on expedition fifty nine but george is always the listeners telling me they like this guy so folks if you wanna see some stuff george here's here's how we end this we talk about mercury easy to see look into the western sky north west of precise just after sunset this particular planet one of the most difficult to see about twenty three degrees from the sun Take advantage of Jupiter and Saturn. George dominate the early evening sky easy to see with Selva scopes spectacular in the last quarter moon. tuesday's guys you have questions we have answers email me dr sky that's kyi show gmail.com george we say and we love it and we mean always remember to keep your eyes to this guy thank you steven i always love your astronomical reports the best up next david politis back with us a two part program tonight for the first half we're going to be talking about missing four one one the hunted his new documentary you can look at the trailer it's linked up at coast to coast a._m. dot com in our carousel real in the second part of the program tonight with david bigfoot wild men and giants his second edition that's a really creepy story he's next on coast to coast a._m. see cranes c._c. pocket radio is a great choice for gardening while you're getting out most of your favorite baseball game the pocket radio has unbeatable enough in reception it's got clear crisp audio for it's real small size and it's very.

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"bill pogue" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

07:06 min | 2 years ago

"bill pogue" Discussed on KTRH

"Angels near the pacific ocean good morning good evening wherever you may be across the nation around the world i'm george noory walk to coast to coast a._m. later on tonight channelling spirit guides and in a moment david politis joins us with his incredible new work missing four one one the hunted we've got the trailer up coast to coast a._m. dot com we'll take a look at it it's the first little and the curious overall unbelievable here's what's happening as dominican republic officials try to quell rising concerns among would be travelers worldwide about safety there the u._s. department of state has now confirmed the june seventeenth death of a new york business owner but to'real caruso fifty six year old who died after becoming critically ill at the boca chica resort in central domingo caruso death is now the third in a seven day span in june and he's the eleventh american tourists die in the dominican republic since last year something's happening over there around said that u._s. s cyber attacks on its military had failed we have not confirmed that we even tried that while also hinting that it could be willing to discuss new concessions with washington if the united states to lift sanctions and offer new incentives well let's hope that they get to the bargaining table mexico has deployed almost fifteen thousand troops to the u._s. mexico border according to its country secretary of defense the deployments come after renewed pressure from the trump administration on mexico to help slow migration flows northward mexico however is also called on the united nations and the united states to help with what they call a monumental task stockton john curtis online columnist dot com with us here john at least fifteen thousand troops along the mexican border will help on their side I think it's gonna help. Away. looking at trump putting enormous pressure with those sanctions on on mexico and lopez over daughter their new president is a very piece kind of peaceful accommodating sort of president we haven't seen that in mexico for quite some time mainly mexican president or you know have been the last several years center fox and rica extremely antagonist toward the u._s. and especially fox but i think located over door really took seriously the commitment on their part to protect the southern border sent sixty five hundred troops to the southern border total of fifteen thousand reserves and normal a mexican army troops are going to be conducting this operation i don't think it solves the problem because the problem of failed states right It does make a dent. And I think you got. it shows that mexico's doing its utmost to cooperate with trump and i think you'll get his his free trade agreement signed certainly with over door and justin trudeau and so i think he's moving in the right direction john curtis by going to website online columnist dot com thanks john a new study has suggested a link between coffee in the activation of fat fighters in your body michael siemens professor at the university of nottingham and co director of the study said researchers found that coffee can stimulate what's known as brown fat brown fat is a unique organ that is used for producing heat and burns fat cells quicker about that drink some coffee scientists have found a gigantic freshwater aquifer hidden deep below the ocean they say that if this was discovered on the surface it would create a lake covering some fifteen thousand square miles it's a surprising discovery of fresh water in the ocean hidden deep below the ocean amazing what else is going on these days in the skies let's check in with stephen cates doctor sky high steve space fans of course you live in central florida just get set for the launch the first nighttime launch that they're predicting for the space The, the new schedule time is sometime around two thirty AM eastern daylight time for an hour. Wouldn't that be amazing? What a spectacular light show. They're going to be launching twenty-four satellites. It's part of a defense department mission this again, certifies in many ways, SpaceX to carry on with military missions. S T P to space. Among the interesting satellites, George is one that Carl Sagan had a long time ago. Solar sail satellite propulsion in space and the remains of a hundred and fifty two space enthusiast. close friend of mine bill pogue skylab fan he was up in space for eighty four days his ashes i should say we'll be of course immortalized but something back in the history books george back on this date in nineteen fifty nine nasa agreed to paper eight mercury redstone rockets at the amazing then price of twenty million dollars that was our beginnings of course with the mercury seven hours ago there were six people in space but now there's three three returning from the international space station just landing in central russia just hours ago on expedition fifty nine george is always the listeners West. just after sunset this particular one of the most difficult to see about twenty three degrees from the take advantage of jupiter and saturn dominate the early evening sky easy to see telescopes spectacular in the last quarter moon these guys You have questions, we have answers doctor sky. That's the show. we say and we love it and we mean always remember to keep your eyes to the sky thank you steve and always love your astronomical reports the best up next david politis back with us a two part program tonight for the first half we're going to be talking about missing four one one the hunted his new documentary you can look at the trailer it's linked up at coast to coast a._m. dot com in our carousel real in the second part of the program tonight with david bigfoot wild men and giants his second addition that's really creepy story he's next on coast to coast a._m. see crane c._c. pocket radio is a great choice for gardening while you're getting out most of your favorite baseball game the pocket radio has unbeatable enough in reception it's clear chris botti over it's real small size and it's very.

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"bill pogue" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

05:19 min | 2 years ago

"bill pogue" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Online columnist dot com with us here john at least fifteen thousand troops along the mexican border will help on their side well i think it's going to help in a very big way i mean you know you're looking at trump put an enormous pressure with a sanctions on on mexico and lopez door their new president is a very piece kind of peaceful accommodating sort of president we haven't seen that in mexico for quite some time mainly you mexican president or you know have been over the last several years of fox and rica extremely and tagging toward the u._s. and especially percent fox but i think lopez over door really took seriously the commitment on their part to protect the southern border they've sent sixty five hundred troops to southern border a total of fifteen thousand reservists and normal mexican army troops are going to be conducting this operation i don't think it solves the problem because the problem failed states what it does make a dent a huge difference and i think you got it shows that mexico's do doing it most cooperate with trump and i think you'll get his his free trade agreement signed certainly with over door and justin trudeau and so i think he's moving in the right direction john curtis by going to his website online columnist dot com thanks john a new study has suggested a link between coffee in the activation of fat fighters in your body michael seaman's professor at the university of nottingham and co director of the study said researchers found that coffee can stimulate what's known as brown fat brown fat is a unique organ that is used for producing heat and burns fat cells quicker about that drink some coffee scientists have found a gigantic freshwater aquifer hidden deep below the ocean they say that if this was discovered on the surface it would create a lake covering some fifteen thousand square miles it's a surprising discovery of fresh water in the ocean hidden deep below the ocean amazing what else is going on these days in the skies let's check in with stephen cage dr sky high steve what a big night this is for many space fans and if of course you live in central florida just get set for the launch the first nighttime launch that they're predicting for the spacex falcon heavy georgia vol- goes well the adjusted times a new schedule time sometime around two thirty a. m. eastern daylight time for an hour wouldn't that be amazing what a spectacular light show totally they're going to be launching some twenty four satellites it's part of a defense department mission this again certifies in many ways base x to carry on with military missions but this one known as s t p to space test program to among the interesting side georgia's one carl sagan had a long time ago the idea of launching a small solar sails satellite propulsion in space how about this the remains of one hundred fifty two space in including a good and close friend of mine not bill pogue skylab fan he was up in space but eighty four days his ashes i should say we'll be of course immortalize than space but something back in the history books george back on this date in nineteen fifty-nine nasa agreed to pay for eight mercury redstone rockets at the amazing then price of twenty million dollars that was our beginnings of course with the mercury seven launch humans at the space about a few hours ago there were six people in space but now there's three three returning from the international space station just landing in central russia just hours ago on expedition fifty nine but you're always the listeners like this guy so if you wanna see some stuff george here's here's how we end this we talk about mercury easy to see look into the western sky north west of precise just after sunset this particular planet one of the most difficult to see about twenty three degrees from the take advantage of jupiter and saturn george they dominate the early evening sky easy to see with telescopes spectacular last quarter moon morning tuesday skies you have questions we have answers email me doctor sky kyi show gmail.com george we say that we love it and we mean it always remember to keep your eyes to the sky thank you steve and always love your astronomical reports the best up next david politeness back with us to park program tonight for the first half we're going to be talking about missing four one one the hunted his new documentary you can look at the trailer it's linked up at coast to coast a._m. dot com in our kierra so real in the second part of the program tonight with david bigfoot wild men and giants his second edition that's really creepy story he's next on coast to coast a._m. see crane c._c. pocket radio is a great choice for gardening while you're getting out most of your favorite baseball game the pocket radio has unbeatable enough in reception it's clear crisp audio for it's real small size.

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"bill pogue" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

07:05 min | 2 years ago

"bill pogue" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"The city of angels near the pacific ocean good morning good evening wherever you may be across the nation around the world i'm george noory welcome to coast to coast a._m. later on tonight channeling and spirit guides and in a moment david politis joins us with his incredible new work missing four one one the hunted we've got the trailer up there at coast to coast a._m. dot com we'll take a look at it it's the first little button and the carrizo real unbelievable here's what's happening as dominican republic officials try to quell rising concerns among would be travelers worldwide about safety there the u._s. department of state has now confirmed the june seventeenth death of a new york business owner vittorio caruso fifty six year old who died after becoming critically ill at the boca chica resort and santo domingo caruso death is now the third in a seven day span in june and he's the eleventh american tourists die in the dominican republic since last year something's happening over there iran said that u._s. cyber attacks on its military had failed we have not confirmed that we even tried that while also hinting that it could be willing to discuss new concessions with washington if the united states were to lift sanctions and offer new incentives well let's hope that they get to the bargaining table mexico has deployed almost fifteen thousand troops to the u._s. mexico border according to its country secretary of defense the deployments come after renewed pressure from the trump administration on mexico to help slow migration flows northward mexico however as also called on the united nations and the united states to help with what they call a monumental task dr john curtis online columnist dot com with us here john at least fifteen thousand troops along the mexican border will help on their side i think it's going to help in a very big way i mean you know you're looking at trump putting enormous pressure with sanctions on on mexico and over door their new president is a very piece kind of peaceful accommodating sort of president we haven't seen that in mexico for quite some time mainly mexican presidents or you know have been over the last several years fox and ricky extremely antagonist towards the u._s. and especially fox but i think lopez over door really took seriously the commitment on their part to protect the southern border they've sent sixty five hundred troops to the southern border a total of fifteen thousand reserves and normal mexican army troops are going to be conducting this operation i don't think it solves the problem because the problem or failed states right what it does make a dent it makes a huge difference and i think got it shows that mexico's doing its utmost to cooperate with trump and i think you'll get his his free trade agreement signed certainly with over door and justin trudeau and so i think he's moving in the right direction track john curtis by going to his website online columnist dot com thanks john a new study has suggested a link between coffee in the activation of fat fighters in your body michael siemens professor at the university of nottingham and a co director of the study said researchers found that coffee can stimulate what's known as brown fat brown fat is a unique organ that is used for producing heat and it burns fat cells quicker about that drink some coffee scientists have found that gigantic freshwater aquifer hidden deep below the ocean they say that if this was discovered on the surface it would create a lake covering some fifteen thousand square miles it's a surprising discovery of fresh water in the ocean hidden deep below the ocean amazing what else is going on these days in the skies let's check in with stephen cage dr sky high steve this is for many space fans and if of course you live in central florida just get set for the launch the first nighttime launch that they're predicting for the spacex falcon heavy georgia vogue goes well the adjusted time the new schedule time is sometime around two thirty a. m. eastern daylight time for an hour and georgia wouldn't that be amazing what a spectacular light show totally amazing they're going to be launching some twenty four satellites it's part of a defense department mission this again certifies in many ways to carry on with military missions but this one known as s t p to space test program to among the interesting side alleged georgia's one that carl sagan had a long time ago the idea of launching a small solar sail satellite propulsion in space how about this the remains of one hundred fifty two space enthusiasts including a good and close friend of mine not bill pogue skylab fame he was up in space for eighty four days his ashes i should say we'll be of course immortalized but something back in the history books george back on this date in nineteen fifty nine nasa agreed to pay for eight mercury redstone rockets at the amazing then price of twenty million dollars that was our beginnings of course with the mercury seven to launch humans into space george about a few hours ago there were six people in space but now there's three three returning from the international space station just landing in central russia just hours ago on expedition fifty nine but you're always the listeners tell me they like this guy so folks if you wanna see some stuff george here's here's how we end this see look into the western sky north west to be precise just after sunset this particular planet one of the most difficult to see about twenty three degrees from the sun and take advantage of jupiter and saturn george they dominate the early evening sky easy to see with selva scopes spectacular in the last quarter moon dorner morning tuesday's guys questions we have answers email me dr sky show we say and we love it and we mean it always remember to keep your eyes thank you steven always love your astronomical reports the best up next david politeness back with us a two part program tonight for the first half we're going to be talking about missing four one one the hunted his new documentary you can look at the trailer it's linked up at coast to coast a._m. dot com in our curious so real in the second part of the program tonight with david bigfoot wild men and giants his second addition that's really creepy story he's next on coast to coast a._m. see see c._c. pocket radio is a great choice for gardening while you're getting out most of your favorite baseball game the pocket radio has unbeatable aim f._m. reception it's got clear crisp audio for it's real small size.

george noory fifteen thousand square miles twenty million dollars twenty three degrees eighty four days fifty six year seven day
"bill pogue" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

06:09 min | 2 years ago

"bill pogue" Discussed on WTVN

"Eleventh american tourists Die in the Dominican Republic since last year, something's happening over there. around said that u._s. cyber attacks on its military had failed we have not confirmed that we even tried that while also hinting that it could be willing to discuss new concessions with washington d. nited states were to lift sanctions and offer new incentives let's hope that they get to the bargaining table mexico has deployed almost fifteen thousand troops to the u._s. mexico border according to its country secretary of defense the deployments come after renewed pressure from the trump administration on mexico to help slow migration flows northward mexico however is also called on the united nations and the united states to help with what they call a monumental task stockton john curtis online columnist dot com with this here john at least fifteen thousand troops along the mexican border will help on their side well i think it's going to help in a very big way i mean you know you're looking at trump putting enormous pressure with a sentence on on mexico and you know lopez over daughter their new president is very piece kind of peaceful accommodating sort of president we haven't seen that in mexico for quite some time mainly mexican president are you know have been over the last several years center fox and rica extremely tag mystic toward the u._s. and especially fox but i think lucas over door really seriously the commitment on their part to protect the southern border they've sent sixty five hundred troops to southern border total of fifteen thousand reservists and normal a mexican army troops are going to be conducting this operation i don't think it solves the problem because the problem failed states right but it does make a dent it makes a huge difference and i think you got shows that mexico's doing its utmost to cooperate with trump and i think you'll get his his free trade agreement signed certainly with over door and justin trudeau and so i think he's moving in the right direction track john curtis by going to website online columnist dot com thanks john new study has suggested a link between coffee in the activation of fat fighters in your body michael siemens professor at the university of nottingham and a co director of the study said researchers found that coffee can stimulate what's known as brown fat brown fat is a unique organ that is used for producing heat and burns fat cells quicker about that drink some coffee scientists have found a gigantic freshwater aquifer hidden deep below the ocean they say that if this was discovered on the surface it would create a lake covering some fifteen thousand square miles it's a surprising discovery of fresh water in the ocean hidden below the ocean amazing what else is going on these days in the skies let's check in with stephen cage dr sky high steve george while what a big night this is from any space fans and if of course you live in central florida just get set for the launch the first nightside launch that they're predicting for the spacex falcon heavy georgia volvos well the justed times the new schedule time is sometime around two Thirty AM eastern daylight time for an hour and Georgia, wouldn't that be amazing. What a spectacular light show. totally they're going to be launching some twenty four satellites it's part of a defense department mission this again certifies in many ways spacex to carry on with military missions but this one known as s t p to space test program to among the interesting side alleged is one that carl sagan had a long time ago the idea of launching a small solar sails satellite propulsion in space and how about this the remains of one hundred fifty two space in including a good and close friend of mine not bill pogue sky live fame he was up in space for eighty four days his ashes i should say we'll be of course more lies than space but something back in the history books george back on this date in nineteen fifty nine nasa agreed to pay for eight mercury redstone rockets at the amazing then price of twenty million dollars that was our beginnings of course with the mercury seven to launch humans into space george about a few hours ago there were six people in space but now there's three three three returning from the international space station just landing in central russia just hours ago on expedition fifty nine but you're always the listeners anything like this the live sky so if you wanna see some stuff george here's here's how we end this we talk about mercury easy to see look into the western sky north west of precise just after sunset this particular planet one of the most difficult to see about twenty three degrees from the sun take advantage of jupiter and saturn george they dominate the early evening sky easy to see with telescopes spectacular and last quarter moon adorn our morning tuesday's guys you have questions we have answers email me doctor sky that's the kyi show gmail.com george we say that we love it and we mean always remember to keep your eyes to the sky thank you steven always love your astronomical reports the best up next david politis back with us a two part program tonight for the first half we're going to be talking about missing four one one the hunted his new documentary you can look at the trailer it's linked up at coast to coast a._m. dot com in our carousel real in the second part of the program tonight with david bigfoot wild men and giants his second edition that's really creepy story he's next on coast to coast a._m. see crane c._c. pocket radio is a great choice for gardening while you're getting out most of your favorite baseball game the pocket radio has unbeatable eamon f._m. reception it's got clear crisp audio for it's real small size and.

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"bill pogue" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

07:45 min | 2 years ago

"bill pogue" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"At home by killing alexa play s t. on iheartradio yeah enjoy the stimulation city angels near the pacific ocean good morning good evening wherever you may be across the nation around the world i'm george dory walk to coast to coast a._m. later on tonight channelling spirit guides and in a moment david politis joins us with his incredible new work missing four one one the hunted we've got the trailer up at coast to coast a._m. dot com take a look at it it's the first little button and the carousel real unbelievable here's what's happening as dominican republic officials trying to quell rising concerns among would be travelers worldwide about safety there the u._s. department of state is now confirmed the june seventeenth death of new york business owner batori caruso fifty six year old who died after becoming critically ill at the boca chica resort in central domingo caruso death is now the third in a seven day span in june and he's the eleventh american tourists die in the dominican republic since last year something's happening over there around said that u._s. cyber attacks on its military had failed we have not confirmed that we've tried that while also hinting that it could be willing to discuss new concessions with washington if the united states where the lift sanctions and offer new incentives let's hope that they get to the bargaining table mexico has deployed almost fifteen thousand troops to the u._s. mexico border according to its country secretary of defense the deployments come after renewed pressure from the trump administration on mexico to help slow migration flows northward mexico however is also called on the united nations and the united states to help with what they call a monumental task dr john curtis online columnist dot com with us here john at least fifteen thousand troops along the mexican border will help on their side i think it's going to help in a very big way i mean you know you're looking at trump putting enormous pressure with a sanctions on on mexico and you know lopez over daughter their new president is a very piece kind of peaceful accommodating sort of president we haven't seen that in mexico for quite some time mainly you know mexican president or you know have been over the last several years and rica extremely tagging toward the u._s. and especially percent but i think locate over door really took seriously the commitment on their part to protect the southern border they've sent sixty five hundred troops to the southern border total of fifteen thousand reserves and normal mexican army troops are going to be conducting operations i don't it solves the problem because the problem or failed states right but it does make a dent it makes a huge difference and i think you got it shows that mexico's doing its utmost to cooperate with trump and i think you'll get his his free trade agreement signed certainly with over door and justin trudeau and so i think he's moving in the right direction john curtis by going website online columnist dot com thanks john new study has suggested a link between coffee in the activation of fat fighters in your body michael seaman's professor at the university of nottingham and co director of the study said researchers found that coffee can stimulate what's known as brown fat brown fat is a unique organ that is used for producing heat and burns fat cells quicker about that drink some coffee scientists have found a ganic freshwater aquifer hidden deep below the ocean they say that if this was discovered on the surf office it would create a lake covering some fifteen thousand square miles it's a surprising discovery of fresh water in the ocean hidden deep below the ocean amazing what else is going on these days in the skies let's check in with stephen cage dr sky high steve what a big night this is from any space fans of course you live in central florida just get set for the launch the first nighttime launch that they're predicting for the spacex falcon heavy well the justed times the new schedule time is sometime around two thirty a. m. eastern daylight time for an hour wouldn't that be amazing what a spectacular light show totally they're going to be launching some twenty four satellites it's part of a defense department mission this again certifies in many ways base to carry on with military missions but this one s t p to space program to among the interesting one that carl sagan had a long time ago the idea of launching a small solar sail satellite propulsion in space the remains of one hundred fifty two space including a good and close friend of mine not bill pogue sky fame he was up in space for eighty four days his ashes i should say we'll be of course immortalized than space but something back in the history books george back on this date in nineteen fifty-nine nasa agreed to pay for eight mercury redstone rockets at the amazing then price of twenty million dollars that was our beginnings of course with the mercury seven launch humans into space George about a few hours ago. There were six people in space. But now there's three three returning from the international space station. Just landing in central. Russia just hours ago on expedition fifty nine. but you're always the listeners the live sky so folks if you wanna see some stuff george here's here's how we end this We. look into the western sky north west of precise just after sunset this particular planet one of the most difficult to see about twenty three degrees from the take advantage of jupiter and saturn george they dominate the early evening sky easy to see with telescopes spectacular last quarter moon morning tuesday skies you have questions we have answers email me dr sky the kyi show gmail.com george we say that we love it and we mean it always remember to keep your eyes the guys thank you steven always love your astronomical reports the best up next david politis back with us a two part program tonight for the first half we're going to be talking about missing four one one the hunted his new documentary you can look at the trailer it's linked up at coast to coast a._m. dot com in our carousel real in the second part of the program tonight with david bigfoot wild men and giants his second addition that's really creepy story he's next on coast to coast a._m. she cranes pocket radio is a great choice for gardening while you're getting out most of your favorite baseball game the pocket radio has unbeatable aim f._m. reception it's got clear crisp audio for it's real small size.

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"bill pogue" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

06:45 min | 2 years ago

"bill pogue" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"There at coast to coast a._m. dot com we'll take a look at it it's the first little button and the curious overall unbelievable here's what's happening as dominican republic officials try to quell rising concerns among would-be travelers worldwide about safety there the u._s. department of state has now confirmed the june seventeenth death of a new york business owner but to'real caruso fifty six year old who died after becoming critically ill at the boca chica resort and santo domingo karosas death is now the third in a seven day span in june and he's the eleventh american tourists die in the dominican republic since last year something's happening over there iran said that u._s. cyber attacks on its military had failed we have not confirmed that we even tried that while also hinting that it could be willing to discuss new concessions with washington if the united states were the lift sanctions and offer new incentives well let's hope that they get to the bargaining table mexico has deployed almost fifteen thousand troops to the u._s. mexico border according to its country secretary of defense they deployments come after renewed pressure from the trump administration on mexico to help slow migration flows northward mexico however is also called on the united nations and the united states to help with what they call a monumental task stockton john curtis online columnist dot com with us here john at least fifteen thousand troops along the mexican border will help on their side well i think it's going to help in a very big way i mean you know you're looking at trump putting enormous pressure with those sanctions on on mexico and lopez over daughter their new president is a very piece kind of peaceful accommodating sort of president we haven't seen that in mexico for quite some time mainly mexican president or you know have been over the last several years and rakic extremely antagonist toward the u._s. and especially vicinity fox but i think lopez over door really took seriously the commitment on their part to protect the southern border they've sent sixty five hundred troops to the southern border a total of fifteen thousand reserves and normal mexican army troops are going to be conducting this operation i don't think it solves the problem because the problem or failed states right but it does make a dent that makes a huge difference and i think you got chose that mexico's doing its utmost to cooperate with trump and i think you'll get his his free trade agreement signed certainly with over door and justin trudeau and so i think he's moving in the right direction track john curtis by going to his website online columnists dot com thanks john a new study has suggested a link between coffee in the activation of fat fighters in your body michael siemens professor at the university of nottingham and a co director of the study said researchers found that coffee can stimulate what's known as brown fat brown fat is a unique organ that is used for producing heat and burns fat cells quicker about that drink some coffee scientists have found that you're ganic freshwater aquifer hidden deep below the ocean they say that if this was discovered on the surface it would create a lake covering some fifteen thousand square miles it's surprising discovery of fresh water in the ocean hidden below the ocean amazing what else is going on these days in the skies let's check in with stephen cates dr sky high steve wow what a big night this is from many space fans and if of course you've lived in central florida just get set for the launch the first nighttime launch that they're predicting for the spacex falcon heavy georgia vogue is well the adjusted times the new schedule time is sometime around two thirty a. m. eastern daylight time for an hour wouldn't that be amazing what a spectacular light show totally amazing they're going to be launching some twenty four satellites it's part of a defense department mission this again certifies in many ways spacex to carry on with military missions but this one known as s t p to space test program to among the interesting sidelights georgia's one that carl sagan had a long time ago the idea of launching a small solar sail satellite propulsion in space and how about this the remains of one hundred fifty two space enthusiasts including a good and close friend of mine bill pogue of skylab fame he was up in space for eighty four days his ashes i should say we'll be of course immortalize than space but something back in the history books george back on this date in nineteen fifty-nine nasa agreed to pay for eight mercury redstone rockets at the amazing then price of twenty million dollars that was our beginnings of course with the mercury seven to launch humans into space george about a few hours ago there were six people in space but now there's three three returning from the international space station just landing in central russia just hours ago on expedition fifty nine but yours is always the listeners the live sky so folks if you wanna see some stuff george here's here's how we end this let's do we talk about mercury easy to see look into the western sky north west of precise just after sunset this particular planet one of the most difficult to see is about twenty three degrees from the sun take advantage of jupiter and saturn george dominate the early evening sky easy to see with telescopes spectacular and last quarter moon door morning tuesday skies you have questions we have answers emailed me dr sky that's the kyi show gmail.com george we say we love it and we mean always remember to keep your eyes to the sky thank you i always love your astronomical reports the best up next david politis back with us a two part program tonight for the first half we're going to be talking about missing four one one the hunted his new documentary you can look at the trailer it's linked up at coast to coast a._m. dot com in our curiel real in the second part of the program tonight with david bigfoot wild men and giants his second edition that's really creepy the story he's next on coast to coast a._m. see crane c._c. pocket radio is a great choice for gardening while you're getting out most of your favorite baseball game the pocket radio has unbeatable enough in reception it's got clear crisp audio for it's real small size.

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"bill pogue" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

06:18 min | 2 years ago

"bill pogue" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"There at coast to coast a._m. dot com we'll take a look at it it's the first little button and the curious overall unbelievable here's what's happening as dominican republic officials try to quell rising concerns among would-be travelers worldwide about safety there the u._s. department of state has now confirmed the june seventeenth death of a new york business owner batori oh caruso fifty six year old who died after becoming critically ill at the boca chica resort in central domingo caruso death is now the third in a seven day span in june and he's the eleventh american tourists die in the dominican republic since last year something's happening over there aranh said that u._s. cyber attacks on its military had failed we have not confirmed that we even tried that while also hinting that it could be willing to discuss new concessions with washington if the united states were the lift sanctions and offer new incentives well let's hope that they get to the bargaining table mexico has deployed almost fifteen thousand troops to the us mexico border according to its country secretary of defense the deployments come after renewed pressure from the trump administration on mexico to help slow migration flows northward mexico however is also called on the united nations and the united states to help with what they call a monumental task stockton john curtis online columnist dot com with us here john at least fifteen thousand troops along the mexican border will help on their side very big way i mean you know you're looking at trump putting enormous pressure with us sanctions on on mexico and lopez daughter their new president is a very piece kind of peaceful accommodating president we haven't seen that in mexico for quite some time mainly mexican president serve have been several years and rica extremely antagonist toward the u._s. and especially fox but i think lopez over door really seriously the commitment on their part to protect the southern border they've sent sixty five hundred troops to the southern border a total of fifteen thousand reserves and normal a mexican army troops are going to be conducting this operations i don't think it solves the problem because the problem or failed states right what it does make a dent a huge difference and i think you got it shows that mexico's doing its utmost to cooperate with trump and i think you'll get his his free trade agreement signed certainly with over door and justin trudeau and so i think he's moving in the right direction john curtis by going website online columnist dot com thanks john a new study has suggested a link between coffee in the activation of fat fighters in your body michael siemens a professor at the university of nottingham and a co director of the study said researchers found that coffee can stimulate what's known as brown fat brown fat is a unique organ that is used for producing heat and at burns fat cells quicker about that drink some coffee scientists have found a gigantic freshwater aquifer hidden deep below the ocean they say that if this was discovered on the surface it would create a lake covering some fifteen thousand square miles it's a surprising discovery of fresh water in the ocean hidden deep below the ocean amazing what else is going on these days in the skies let's check in with stephen cage dr sky high steve space fans and if of course you live in central florida just get set for the launch the first nighttime launch that they're predicting for the spacex falcon heavy the time the new schedule time is sometime around two thirty a._m. eastern daylight time wouldn't that be amazing what a spectacular light show totally amazing they're going to be launching twenty four satellites defense department mission this again certifies in many ways spacex to carry on with military missions but this one s t p to space among the interesting satellites georgia's one carl sagan had a long time ago the idea of launching a small solar sail satellite propulsion in space The remains of one hundred and fifty two space enthusiasts, including. a good and close friend of mine bill pogue skylab fame he was up in space for eighty four days his ashes i should say we'll be of course immortalize than space but something back in the history books george back on this date in nineteen fifty nine nasa agreed to pay for eight mercury redstone rockets at the amazing then price of twenty million dollars that was our beginnings of course with the mercury seven hours ago there were six people in space but now there's three three returning from the international space station just landing in central russia just hours ago on expedition fifty nine The listeners me. if you wanna see some stuff george here's where here's how we end this let's do it we look into the western sky north west to be precise just after sunset this particular planet one of the most difficult to see about twenty three degrees from assam take advantage of jupiter and saturn george they dominate the early evening sky easy to see scopes spectacular in the last quarter moon These guys. we have answers email me dr sky kyi show gmail.com george we love it and we mean always remember to keep your eyes to the sky thank you steve and always love your astronomical reports the best up next david is back with us a two part program tonight for the first half we're going to be talking about missing four one one the hunted his new documentary you can look at the trailer it's linked up at coast to coast a._m..

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"bill pogue" Discussed on The Pulse

The Pulse

01:40 min | 4 years ago

"bill pogue" Discussed on The Pulse

"You'll them i actually cannot answer that question for you uh the only way to know i guess is to be in russia when they uh they land from the soyuz and um and and and be right there if everybody gives them the hollywood hug the we know i remember that they're very brave and courageous people and they really really contribute a lot to our knowledge of uh uh both medicine and space as well as her on earth thus julie lien wong cheese and aerospace medicine physician and yes 100 percent agreed astronauts are doing amazing work for the good of humanity but i'm sure even astronauts as wonderful as they are get testy sometimes inspace your colleagues become your roommate's your living and working on top of each other and your boss his back on earth are issuing commands from mission control max green takes us to a time when tensions boiled over its 1973 moon morning sermon three austronautics or about two rocket to nearly three hundred miles above the surface of your the scarlett for astronauts trained for several years but mission captain gerry car says the trouble started bright that on takeoff florida guys have described that reuters leg roy gonna train was core wheels juries 84 now and lives in vermont he says shirt there were expecting a bumpy ride but it was so bad the bill pogue inexperienced demonstration pilot whose nickname ironically was iron belly threw up we looked at him as a good lord this guy as a former thunderbird.

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