17 Burst results for "Bill Stafford"

"bill stafford" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"bill stafford" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

"I'm Jenny Taft your skip failed. Shannon sharpe. Good morning guy. I got a game game. And then tomorrow is the parade in Toronto Toronto will win so convincingly tonight. It'll just be gold sales say, no mosques. Yeah. Someone told me to ask you how to bend about doing the NCAA golf tournament. I don't know. You know, the second seed in the whole nation golf. Yeah. Y'all gang. I'm from Oklahoma, Oklahoma state is the team in golf they do. Well, they're, they're the dominant team Texas beat Bill Stafford to y'all. We got a lot. Oh show, the Roberts, it's actually trade. James harden, is that a possibility and will Anthony Davis finally joined the Braun in LA shin. Well also have king's point guard deer and FOX in-studio, but first, we will talk NBA finals after a lot of days offer. Both teams game one is finally here for the warriors and raptors in Toronto. The raptors are slight favorite tonight despite making the first ever trip to the NBA finals on the other hand, the warriors are in their fifth straight finals Egner trying to win their third title in a row, but has to play game one without Kevin Durant who is still out with a strained calf so, Shannon, who you got who wins tonight by the price of people. I'm gonna take the raptors. Why would that surprise? I'm taking them be. Yeah. Double digits. Okay. Well, you're barely in double digits, so you're not even like convincingly in double digits, the hold on their only you do speak with the courage of your convictions. Fifteen. No. I love how you try to do this. You do realize the two-time to fending, double digits by ten ten. Double digit barely qualified. Okay. I think they win. I just like what I'm seeing from the raptors. What I've seen over the last three games, vanfleet Norman Powell Serge Ibaka. This is the kind of production that they got the last three games that they had gotten all year. This would explain why when Kawai learners down twenty two games, they will still able to go seventeen in five that lets you know that they're there. This is a very good big team. So maybe he's being a little overrated is that pasta? Oh, no us through the stat out there seventeen and five is pretty grade. Right. But he's been believable everything it's advertised, even better than advertise until the fourth quarter. Go ahead. But. The only really concerned that I have is. How much can they play Mark assault because the match up with him when they go to their small lineup going to be able to guardrail mind surgery Baca might have to play more minutes because either better matchup for Draymond than say, Markelle Saal, but I just believe the nine days that the warriors of had off. Skip it a long long time. I don't know if we've seen a team have this kind of rest, so I believe they'll be a little rusty. Now. They were in a great rhythm. They had been. They played Sunday yet have been over for the rounders but the little long layoff, and the length of the raptors I think that's going to be a problem. It's gonna be very interesting to see how these matchups now haven't heard a whole lot about Iggy. They have declared Durant out boogie cousins question, but hadn't really said a whole lot about Iggy. So we don't know how that caf- cafe is. But if he played McCain's Killys team. Right. Right. That's what it is. I mean that's even worse than a calf to me very much. So I believe if he's able to go Iggy will. Start the game on Koa and probably clay. We'll start on Siaka. And then they'll go going with north, right? And vice versa. I think that's the same thing cow starts. But with that being said, I'm gonna take the raptors by ten tonight. And get this thing at this party started at this party started, even though I think you picked Golden State in six is on the Golden State party..

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"bill stafford" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

03:24 min | 2 years ago

"bill stafford" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

"Let's get to it. We are live from Los Angeles. I'm Jenny Taft, your skip Bayless. Shannon sharpe. Good morning guys. A game game. And then tomorrow is the parade interro Toronto win, so convincingly tonight. It'll just be a gold sales, say, no moss. Yeah. Someone told me to ask you about doing the NCAA golf tournament. I don't know. You know, we're the second seed in the whole nation Gulf. Yeah. Y'all gang. I'm from Oklahoma, Oklahoma state is the team in golf, they do they're, they're the dominant team, Texas beat Bill Stafford's with y'all are ever. We got a lot real show. The rockets actually trade, it James harden, is that a possibility and will Anthony Davis finally joined the Braun in LA Hsien. Well also have king's point guard deer and FOX in-studio. But first, we will talk NBA finals after a lot of days offer. Bo teams game one is finally here for the warriors and raptors in Toronto. The raptors are slight favorite tonight despite making the first ever trip to the NBA finals on the other hand, the warriors are in their fifth straight finals Egner trying to win their third title in a row. Bucked has to play game one without Kevin Durant who is still out with a strained calf so, Shannon, who you got who wins tonight by surprise people. I'm gonna take the raptors. Why would that surprise? I'm taking them be. Yeah. Double digits. Okay. You're barely in double digits. So you're not even like convincingly in double digits that hold on. Their only favor you do this speak with the courage of your convictions fifteen. No. I love how you try to do this do realize the two-time defending double digits by ten ten. Barely qualified. Okay. Okay. I think they win. I just like what I'm seeing from the raptors what I've seen over the last three games, vanfleet Norman Powell surgeon Bacher. This is the cata production that they got the last three games that they had gotten all year. This would explain why when Kowal learners down twenty two games, they will still able to go seventeen in five that lets you know that they're there. This is a very good bench team. So maybe he's being a little overrated is that pasta? Oh, though, us through the stat out there seventeen and five is pretty grade. Right. But he's been bit everything. It's advertised he'd been better than advertise until the fourth quarter. Go ahead. But. The only really concerned that I have is. How much can they play Mark assault because the match up with him when they go to their small lineup to be able to guardrail mind Sergio Baca might have to play more minutes. Because either better matchup for Draymond say, Markelle Saal, but I just believe the nine days at the war of had off skip it has a long, long time. I don't know if we've seen a team have this kind of wrist. So I believe they'll be a little rusty. Now. They were in a great rhythm. They played Sunday. Yeah. It'd been over for the rounders but the little long layoff and the length of the raptors I think that's going to be a problem. It's going to be very interesting to see how these matchups now haven't heard a whole lot about Iggy..

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"bill stafford" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

Houston We Have a Podcast

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"bill stafford" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

"So it'll it'll definitely be a new way for us to be able to go and complete as in one thing that we have seen on what we call analog missions. Where we, you know, in some cases would go out to the desert and try to simulate this as best. We could is things like text messages seem seem to work better than maybe voice communication that way. You're not talking over each other. You know, if it just so happened to sin something at the same time. And you say, oh, wait, we you know, we were talking to the same time. You were we didn't hear you. Then you gotta wait another ten minutes before. They respond with with the answer. So things like text messaging works a little bit better that you don't get that kind of interference. Wow. That is going to be very challenging. But it is. It is interesting. It's not something. I would have thought of now you're not talking about ground support. You're talking about someone from the inside still having that real time communication, but the expert is on the inside reading everything they can still be listening here. So I think it'll be a lot more communication prior to the EV a and really going through in detail what those activities are going to be. And, hey, here's where you may see some difficulties or some issues if you do then you need to go to plan B figure out, you know, how you're going to take care of that real time. You know, maybe to that when you're on a surface that you're able to just come inside radio back to earth and say, hey, this didn't work, you know, plan for few days. And then we'll go back out again, it may be that our time and ability to do that will be easier and more capable than what we have nowadays. Absolutely fascinating. You know, Tara and art thank you so much for coming on describing what? It takes to plan a space walk. It's a lot of work and even executing real time. Just a fascinating coordination of all of these people to go towards this this this task of completing a spacewalk, it's really truly impressive. So I appreciate your time to further describing it today. Thanks for having us. Bring your. Myspace. Hey, thanks for sticking around. So today, we talked with Terry Yocum. And art Thomason about what it takes to plan and execute an VA we went into a lot of detail here. But the thing that they're actually inside we described it on this episode. It's literally a spacecraft shaped like a human body. It's called the spacesuit. We went into detail about the space that they actually use to actually conduct. These spacewalks on the international space station called the EMU Extravehicular mobility unit checkout episodes sixteen to listen to that episode that goes into depth about spacesuits, otherwise you can see some of the things we're doing on the international space station. Sometimes we actually broadcast some of these spacewalks alive on Facebook. You can also check us out on Twitter and Instagram. Do you have a question about any of this just use the hashtag ask NASA on your favorite platform and submit an idea for the show mentioned Houston, we have a podcast, and we might bring it on here to answer or either make a whole episode out of it. So this episode was recorded on September six twenty eighteen thanks to Alex Perryman Bill. Stafford Pat Ryan Kelly Humphries, Tim hall, Stephanie Sibylla and Jenny nuts. Thanks again to MRs terr Yocum. And Mr. art Thomason for coming on the show. We'll be back next week..

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"bill stafford" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

Houston We Have a Podcast

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"bill stafford" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

"A podcast about Orion. You can check out a few of our episodes episode thirty. Five ride in Ryan where we talk with Jeff FOX, the chief engineer of the rapid prototype lab. We actually go inside the Orion capsule during the exploration flight test. One actually hear audio from the capsule. You see, you can actually take a ride in Ryan episode, seventeen. We talk with new Jude, Miranda about just sort of overall riot. We talk about a lot of the mission planning and what to expect for the first couple of those flights, and basically the vehicle as a whole nice overview. And then once again, as mentioned in the intro episode, twenty five rocket on a rocket just wonderful title talked with, well, how heen about just launch abort systems in general. He gave a great overview of just the logic behind that and goes into a little bit more detail into what some of the systems that go into this particular test and what we can expect there and how that's gonna look on social media. You can visit our pages for the NASA Orion spacecraft on Facebook. It's NASA, Ryan, Twitter, it's at NASA, underscore. A Ryan and on Instagram at explore NASA use the hashtag, ask Ness on any one of your favorite platforms use the Houston. We have a podcast in your comment, and we'll make sure to bring it on the show later. So this was recorded on July. Twentieth twenty eighteen. Thanks to Alex Perriman, Pat Ryan Bill Stafford, Rachel craft Kelly Humphries, and Natalie Gauguin's things again to Johnson and Jenny delights for coming on the show. We'll be back next week..

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"bill stafford" Discussed on NASACast Audio

NASACast Audio

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"bill stafford" Discussed on NASACast Audio

"A podcast about Orion. You can check out a few of our episodes episode thirty. Five ride in Ryan where we talk with Jeff FOX, the chief engineer of the rapid prototype lab. We actually go inside the Orion capsule during the exploration flight test. One actually hear audio from the capsule. You see, you can actually take a ride in Ryan episode, seventeen. We talk with new Jude, Miranda about just sort of overall riot. We talk about a lot of the mission planning and what to expect for the first couple of those flights, and basically the vehicle as a whole nice overview. And then once again, as mentioned in the intro episode, twenty five rocket on a rocket just wonderful title talked with, well, how heen about just launch abort systems in general. He gave a great overview of just the logic behind that and goes into a little bit more detail into what some of the systems that go into this particular test and what we can expect there and how that's gonna look on social media. You can visit our pages for the NASA Orion spacecraft on Facebook. It's NASA, Ryan, Twitter, it's at NASA, underscore. A Ryan and on Instagram at explore NASA use the hashtag, ask Ness on any one of your favorite platforms use the Houston. We have a podcast in your comment, and we'll make sure to bring it on the show later. So this was recorded on July. Twentieth twenty eighteen. Thanks to Alex Perriman, Pat Ryan Bill Stafford, Rachel craft Kelly Humphries, and Natalie Gauguin's things again to Johnson and Jenny delights for coming on the show. We'll be back next week..

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"bill stafford" Discussed on NASACast Audio

NASACast Audio

03:57 min | 3 years ago

"bill stafford" Discussed on NASACast Audio

"And so the bottom line is more translation work more in interdisciplinary work, looking at these things together with within our areas and c. and also with European scientists, Canadian Japan, Russian, we have several very interesting studies that the Japanese space agency is working on looking at all mix analyses of astronauts on the international space station or probiotics as a counter measure. We're very excited to see these studies mature in the data that they'll show and and it just keeps feeding more information that all of us used to to help to claw. Our clinical risks to crew members for these pending exploration missions. Collaboration is so important, but I did want to end on more selfish note and that is what are you from your immunology perspective looking forward to most for these deep space missions to figure out? Well, I'll answer I selfishly looking forward to seeing them happen. I'm I'm fifty now, and so I'm very excited to see people go beyond the van Allen belt and and get to doing some real space exploration as a scientist. I'm looking forward to basically characterizing our system the immune system as much as possible and start to have that dialogue about counter-measures. As I alluded to before, we've got a big suite of countermeasure options for him. You -nology nutritional supplements, functional foods, probiotics medications. And so we plan to have discussions here within the next couple of years where we will engage flight surgeons, researchers practicing clinical immunologist people that are actually treating patients want them to come here CR data and help us figure out what would be the best countermeasure for astronauts on a three year mission to Mars. After we make that decision, then we'll have to probably spend some time. Looking at these countermeasures validating them in the ground in log or or hopefully onboard ISS on ISIS before the end of its life span so that we can have these kind of measures ready for these deep space exploration missions. I'm very excited for it, Brian. Thank you so much for coming on and sharing your perspective about these hostile enclosed, closed environments, especially from the immunology perspective. Really appreciate it. I've enjoyed it. Thank you for having me. John bring your. Myspace. Hey, thanks for sticking around. So today we talked with Dr Brian crew about immunology, that aspect of the hostile in closed environments. That wraps up our five hazards of human spaceflight podcast episodes. You can go back and listen to previous episodes, not really any particular order, but we have societas products that with those if you go to NASA gov, slash, HR p. there's a series of videos that are societas with each of these five hazards, they're short animation videos really give you a nice kind of overview perspective. You can go there to watch those videos. Otherwise, a lot of the stuff that we talked about today in a lot of our podcast happened on the national space station, go to NASA gov, slash s to find the latest there on social media. That's where we're looking for questions and really answering them here on today's podcast on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, you can use the hashtag, ask NASA on the international space station or NASA Johnson Space. Enter accounts to ask a question or maybe some in India for an episode that you'd really like us to dive deep into for Houston. We have a podcast just make sure dimension Houston. We have a pod. Gas. That's how I find it because there's a lot of ask questions that we actually cover. So this episode was recorded on June twenty eighth twenty eighteen. Thanks to Alex Perriman, Pat Ryan Bill Stafford, Bill Plaski Judy Hayes Cedra Raina no widing and Natalie Gauguin's things again to Brian crucial for coming on the show to our listeners. Thanks for joining us for this special series on the hazards of human spaceflight will be back next week with your regularly scheduled programing.

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"bill stafford" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

Houston We Have a Podcast

03:57 min | 3 years ago

"bill stafford" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

"And so the bottom line is more translation work more in interdisciplinary work, looking at these things together with within our areas and c. and also with European scientists, Canadian Japan, Russian, we have several very interesting studies that the Japanese space agency is working on looking at all mix analyses of astronauts on the international space station or probiotics as a counter measure. We're very excited to see these studies mature in the data that they'll show and and it just keeps feeding more information that all of us used to to help to claw. Our clinical risks to crew members for these pending exploration missions. Collaboration is so important, but I did want to end on more selfish note and that is what are you from your immunology perspective looking forward to most for these deep space missions to figure out? Well, I'll answer I selfishly looking forward to seeing them happen. I'm I'm fifty now, and so I'm very excited to see people go beyond the van Allen belt and and get to doing some real space exploration as a scientist. I'm looking forward to basically characterizing our system the immune system as much as possible and start to have that dialogue about counter-measures. As I alluded to before, we've got a big suite of countermeasure options for him. You -nology nutritional supplements, functional foods, probiotics medications. And so we plan to have discussions here within the next couple of years where we will engage flight surgeons, researchers practicing clinical immunologist people that are actually treating patients want them to come here CR data and help us figure out what would be the best countermeasure for astronauts on a three year mission to Mars. After we make that decision, then we'll have to probably spend some time. Looking at these countermeasures validating them in the ground in log or or hopefully onboard ISS on ISIS before the end of its life span so that we can have these kind of measures ready for these deep space exploration missions. I'm very excited for it, Brian. Thank you so much for coming on and sharing your perspective about these hostile enclosed, closed environments, especially from the immunology perspective. Really appreciate it. I've enjoyed it. Thank you for having me. John bring your. Myspace. Hey, thanks for sticking around. So today we talked with Dr Brian crew about immunology, that aspect of the hostile in closed environments. That wraps up our five hazards of human spaceflight podcast episodes. You can go back and listen to previous episodes, not really any particular order, but we have societas products that with those if you go to NASA gov, slash, HR p. there's a series of videos that are societas with each of these five hazards, they're short animation videos really give you a nice kind of overview perspective. You can go there to watch those videos. Otherwise, a lot of the stuff that we talked about today in a lot of our podcast happened on the national space station, go to NASA gov, slash s to find the latest there on social media. That's where we're looking for questions and really answering them here on today's podcast on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, you can use the hashtag, ask NASA on the international space station or NASA Johnson Space. Enter accounts to ask a question or maybe some in India for an episode that you'd really like us to dive deep into for Houston. We have a podcast just make sure dimension Houston. We have a pod. Gas. That's how I find it because there's a lot of ask questions that we actually cover. So this episode was recorded on June twenty eighth twenty eighteen. Thanks to Alex Perriman, Pat Ryan Bill Stafford, Bill Plaski Judy Hayes Cedra Raina no widing and Natalie Gauguin's things again to Brian crucial for coming on the show to our listeners. Thanks for joining us for this special series on the hazards of human spaceflight will be back next week with your regularly scheduled programing.

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"bill stafford" Discussed on NASACast Audio

NASACast Audio

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"bill stafford" Discussed on NASACast Audio

"All mankind. John bring your. Myspace. Hey, thanks for sticking around. So today we talked with doctors Arana Patel about that first hazard radiation. So we have four more to go. Do you wanna see the overview again, again, the last episode that we did was with Dr Mike Barrett, and he went over all five hazards. Otherwise he can go to NASA dot gov. Slash h RPI. We're working with the human research program here at NASA to put these five episodes together for you. And while we are releasing these episodes, you can go to that website and check out some of the products that they have that are associated with some of these topics. So you can go there right now and check out some of the stuff they have on radiation. Otherwise you can see what we're doing at the international space station real time research going on NASA dot gov, slash ISS. And then of course, the social media accounts on the NASA Johnson Space Center and the international space station go to anyone at accounts. Use the hashtag, ask, NASA mentioned Houston. We have a platform and ask a question he's doing, we have a platform, Houston, we have a podcast on your favorite platform there it is, and then ask a question and we'll put it on the podcast. We've done. A bunch of times before and even made whole episodes out of it. So this episode was recorded on June twenty-ninth. Twenty eighteen. Thanks to Alex Perryman, Pat Ryan Bill Stafford, Bill Polaski, Judy Hayes, CJ arena. Now widing and Natalie Gauguin's and thanks again to the radiate radiation experts around a Patel for coming on the show. We'll be back next week with part two of the five hazards of human spaceflight discussing isolation and confinement see then..

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"bill stafford" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

Houston We Have a Podcast

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"bill stafford" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

"All mankind. John bring your. Myspace. Hey, thanks for sticking around. So today we talked with doctors Arana Patel about that first hazard radiation. So we have four more to go. Do you wanna see the overview again, again, the last episode that we did was with Dr Mike Barrett, and he went over all five hazards. Otherwise he can go to NASA dot gov. Slash h RPI. We're working with the human research program here at NASA to put these five episodes together for you. And while we are releasing these episodes, you can go to that website and check out some of the products that they have that are associated with some of these topics. So you can go there right now and check out some of the stuff they have on radiation. Otherwise you can see what we're doing at the international space station real time research going on NASA dot gov, slash ISS. And then of course, the social media accounts on the NASA Johnson Space Center and the international space station go to anyone at accounts. Use the hashtag, ask, NASA mentioned Houston. We have a platform and ask a question he's doing, we have a platform, Houston, we have a podcast on your favorite platform there it is, and then ask a question and we'll put it on the podcast. We've done. A bunch of times before and even made whole episodes out of it. So this episode was recorded on June twenty-ninth. Twenty eighteen. Thanks to Alex Perryman, Pat Ryan Bill Stafford, Bill Polaski, Judy Hayes, CJ arena. Now widing and Natalie Gauguin's and thanks again to the radiate radiation experts around a Patel for coming on the show. We'll be back next week with part two of the five hazards of human spaceflight discussing isolation and confinement see then..

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"bill stafford" Discussed on NASACast Audio

NASACast Audio

03:05 min | 3 years ago

"bill stafford" Discussed on NASACast Audio

"Bring your ms veith hey thanks for sticking around we had a lot of fun recording this annual episode well the one year birthday episode of houston we have a podcast and i'm glad i got to sit with my team and really thinks to alex for sticking with me through the whole thing and dealing with with all my crap she's sitting right next to me constantly bugging her every single week hey is the transcript ready hey is episode ready so it's a it's been quite a ride and then dan just helping out the from start to finish just making sure that it's successful all the way through so also one thing i forgot to mention during the episode was a huge thanks to nasa in silicon valley podcast for friends over at ames whenever we were starting the podcast i kinda didn't really understand fully how to do it the nasa way and they already have there's established saw actually talking with that buffington and jerry colon some of those guys out there to understand just how do you do this and they were very helpful along the way so thanks guys if you're listening really appreciate your help you can go listen to them that's nessa in silicon valley the ways you can listen to gravity assist that's our other nasa podcast out at headquarters and hopefully we'll have a couple more coming because really digging the hole podcast scenes here at nasa so otherwise you can go to nasa dot gov slash is asked to get the latest information on the international space station if you noticed through all of our fifty two episodes a lot of them have been directly related to some of the research and and the people actually that actually go and work on the international space station so so you can learn a lot there we are still taking hashtag asked nasa questions so use that hashtag and then just make sure to mention houston we have a podcast and we'll bring your questions or ideas right on the show we even said you know we the spacesuit episode and and the and the beam episode there's been a couple of there's two that were directly influenced space medicine the one with natasha cho astronaut health that was another one hey i wanna learn what a flight surgeon does we're like okay let's bring around so yeah all of these were suggestions from you guys the listeners that we brought right on the show so just make sure to mention he's we have a podcast and and we'll make more episodes i mean we we do this every week so the more you give the more we can do really appreciate you guys listening to it really means a lot to us to help us to keep going so this birthday episode was recorded on june twentieth twenty eighteen thanks to kelly humphries pat ryan bill stafford patent bill we had actually had in the room with us during the recording they're essential to the group right now and also greg weisman who is also been helping out you know thought when the audio wizard is not here greg greg comes and he's just greg we have audio wizard and greg thanks always to alex perryman dan hewitt and then thanks to you for listening and hoping with the success of the podcast the helps us to keep going we'll be back with a brand new episode next week

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"bill stafford" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

Houston We Have a Podcast

03:05 min | 3 years ago

"bill stafford" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

"Bring your ms veith hey thanks for sticking around we had a lot of fun recording this annual episode well the one year birthday episode of houston we have a podcast and i'm glad i got to sit with my team and really thinks to alex for sticking with me through the whole thing and dealing with with all my crap she's sitting right next to me constantly bugging her every single week hey is the transcript ready hey is episode ready so it's a it's been quite a ride and then dan just helping out the from start to finish just making sure that it's successful all the way through so also one thing i forgot to mention during the episode was a huge thanks to nasa in silicon valley podcast for friends over at ames whenever we were starting the podcast i kinda didn't really understand fully how to do it the nasa way and they already have there's established saw actually talking with that buffington and jerry colon some of those guys out there to understand just how do you do this and they were very helpful along the way so thanks guys if you're listening really appreciate your help you can go listen to them that's nessa in silicon valley the ways you can listen to gravity assist that's our other nasa podcast out at headquarters and hopefully we'll have a couple more coming because really digging the hole podcast scenes here at nasa so otherwise you can go to nasa dot gov slash is asked to get the latest information on the international space station if you noticed through all of our fifty two episodes a lot of them have been directly related to some of the research and and the people actually that actually go and work on the international space station so so you can learn a lot there we are still taking hashtag asked nasa questions so use that hashtag and then just make sure to mention houston we have a podcast and we'll bring your questions or ideas right on the show we even said you know we the spacesuit episode and and the and the beam episode there's been a couple of there's two that were directly influenced space medicine the one with natasha cho astronaut health that was another one hey i wanna learn what a flight surgeon does we're like okay let's bring around so yeah all of these were suggestions from you guys the listeners that we brought right on the show so just make sure to mention he's we have a podcast and and we'll make more episodes i mean we we do this every week so the more you give the more we can do really appreciate you guys listening to it really means a lot to us to help us to keep going so this birthday episode was recorded on june twentieth twenty eighteen thanks to kelly humphries pat ryan bill stafford patent bill we had actually had in the room with us during the recording they're essential to the group right now and also greg weisman who is also been helping out you know thought when the audio wizard is not here greg greg comes and he's just greg we have audio wizard and greg thanks always to alex perryman dan hewitt and then thanks to you for listening and hoping with the success of the podcast the helps us to keep going we'll be back with a brand new episode next week

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"bill stafford" Discussed on NASACast Audio

NASACast Audio

03:58 min | 3 years ago

"bill stafford" Discussed on NASACast Audio

"Things that you did before so so is there elements of collaboration because we're not the only nasa center that has aircraft like there's actually i think armstrong space flight center over at edwards air facing edwards air base there it is in california they have some aircraft out there too is there elements of collaboration there yeah so actually the glenn research center they just came down with a t thirty four which is a turboprop aircraft and were able to get some of the astronauts in there and simulate them spin draining and then get them the opportunity kind of sit in the front seat and experience was like the fly from the front because it's a little bit easier to maneuver and fly in that particular craft and then we also have we're going to interact with armstrong we're going to help support them they're going to bring down some hornets to do the quite sonic boom technology they're going to be part of that development so we're going to be helping them in supporting in that role quiet sonic boom that's pretty cool it's it doesn't make a whole essence when you say it out loud quite thump maybe that's the idea turn us on a boom into sonic thump right yet and then one facilitate travel kind of across the united states commercially with that technology but also as far as spaceflight right if you've got to see the audio from space x when they landed those two rockets i'm detainee l tena asli slowly there's actually a pretty loud sonic boom whenever they came back you could hear it in one of the videos that i saw so you know developing all that stuff i it's going to be key for future exploration and flight like that especially since you bring it back to the united states that's right yeah that'd be cool this the supersonic flight can be just a little bit quieter i mean i would love to go to europe and like two hours i'm pretty sure i i would would love love that'd be pretty great all right we'll harry thank you so much for coming on the podcast and sort of telling the story of of this 'aeronautics element to the national aeronautics and space administration pre sheet you coming home thanks for forever having me bring your welcome hey thanks for sticking around so to day we talked about aircraft operations and the ellington field part that is the whole story of the nasa johnson space center so this was episode forty six and i don't think we've addressed this on a previous episode but we just sort of label it as an episode because it kind of helps us keep track of how many we've done so he can brag about it later but really you don't really have to listen to them in order so there's a lot of other topics that you can cover on houston we have a podcast we talked to a lot of different people astronauts scientists engineers flight director flight controllers pilots all these different cool people with honestly amazingly stories amazing stories so you can go back and listen to any episode in any order otherwise there's plenty of other nasa podcast you can listen to we got gravity assists out at headquarters hosted by dr jim green that's about planetary science and our friends over at ames research center for the nasa in silicon valley podcast they talk about some of the research that goes aboard the international space station on social media you can follow the nasa johnson space center accounts on facebook twitter and instagram you can use the hashtag asked nasa on one of those platforms to submit an idea or maybe a question for the podcast and maybe we'll turn it into an entire episode or maybe even answer in the beginning for a future episode so this podcast was recorded on april tenth twenty eighteen thanks to alex perryman kelly humphries laurie wheaton pat ryan bill stafford and brandy dean and thanks again to mr harry roberts for coming on the show we'll be back next week

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"bill stafford" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

Houston We Have a Podcast

03:58 min | 3 years ago

"bill stafford" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

"Things that you did before so so is there elements of collaboration because we're not the only nasa center that has aircraft like there's actually i think armstrong space flight center over at edwards air facing edwards air base there it is in california they have some aircraft out there too is there elements of collaboration there yeah so actually the glenn research center they just came down with a t thirty four which is a turboprop aircraft and were able to get some of the astronauts in there and simulate them spin draining and then get them the opportunity kind of sit in the front seat and experience was like the fly from the front because it's a little bit easier to maneuver and fly in that particular craft and then we also have we're going to interact with armstrong we're going to help support them they're going to bring down some hornets to do the quite sonic boom technology they're going to be part of that development so we're going to be helping them in supporting in that role quiet sonic boom that's pretty cool it's it doesn't make a whole essence when you say it out loud quite thump maybe that's the idea turn us on a boom into sonic thump right yet and then one facilitate travel kind of across the united states commercially with that technology but also as far as spaceflight right if you've got to see the audio from space x when they landed those two rockets i'm detainee l tena asli slowly there's actually a pretty loud sonic boom whenever they came back you could hear it in one of the videos that i saw so you know developing all that stuff i it's going to be key for future exploration and flight like that especially since you bring it back to the united states that's right yeah that'd be cool this the supersonic flight can be just a little bit quieter i mean i would love to go to europe and like two hours i'm pretty sure i i would would love love that'd be pretty great all right we'll harry thank you so much for coming on the podcast and sort of telling the story of of this 'aeronautics element to the national aeronautics and space administration pre sheet you coming home thanks for forever having me bring your welcome hey thanks for sticking around so to day we talked about aircraft operations and the ellington field part that is the whole story of the nasa johnson space center so this was episode forty six and i don't think we've addressed this on a previous episode but we just sort of label it as an episode because it kind of helps us keep track of how many we've done so he can brag about it later but really you don't really have to listen to them in order so there's a lot of other topics that you can cover on houston we have a podcast we talked to a lot of different people astronauts scientists engineers flight director flight controllers pilots all these different cool people with honestly amazingly stories amazing stories so you can go back and listen to any episode in any order otherwise there's plenty of other nasa podcast you can listen to we got gravity assists out at headquarters hosted by dr jim green that's about planetary science and our friends over at ames research center for the nasa in silicon valley podcast they talk about some of the research that goes aboard the international space station on social media you can follow the nasa johnson space center accounts on facebook twitter and instagram you can use the hashtag asked nasa on one of those platforms to submit an idea or maybe a question for the podcast and maybe we'll turn it into an entire episode or maybe even answer in the beginning for a future episode so this podcast was recorded on april tenth twenty eighteen thanks to alex perryman kelly humphries laurie wheaton pat ryan bill stafford and brandy dean and thanks again to mr harry roberts for coming on the show we'll be back next week

nasa armstrong two hours
"bill stafford" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

Houston We Have a Podcast

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"bill stafford" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

"Hey thanks for sticking around so today we talked with dr sarah wallis about sequencing dna and aren a in space this was episode forty nine of houston we have a podcast but they're not really in any particular orders you can go back and listen to another episode if you want we talked a little bit about dr aaron burton and that was an episode called the search for life you can go back and listen to what we're talking we almost went on a tangent about the difference between lefthanded proteins and right handed proteins we get into that a little bit in that episode the search for life you can go back and listen to that they're no particular order so just me all of them are good and this is from completely unbiased opinion otherwise you can listen to other nasa podcasts we have gravity assist up at headquarters hosted by dr jim green if you're really into planetary science otherwise we have friends over the ames research center that have the podcast called nasa in silicon valley talk about the things they're doing over there in california and they also do some of the research aboard the international space station just like we do here the johnson space center we also talked about during this podcast our friends over at the marshall space flight center over in huntsville alabama do as sort of cross center thing but you can see some of the things that they're doing over there if you want to know what's going on board the international space station besides dna sequencing nasa gov slash isis is a great place to do that otherwise nasa dot gov slash h r p is a good place to see some of the other human research program elements that were doing dr sarah while part of the microbiology lab here and there's a lot of other human research aspects to to guess just flying human space but then also aboard the international space station beyond on social media were on the international space station can't you guys should know this facebook twitter instagram goad anyone of those accounts and use the hashtag ask nasa on anyone of the platforms to submit an idea for the podcast and then make sure to mention it on a future episode or make a whole episode out of it this podcast was recorded on april seventeenth eighteen thanks to experiment as drove raina pat ryan bill stafford and june hayes and special thanks to pacino's for writing the questions on today's episode things again to dr sir wallace for coming on the show we'll be back next week

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"bill stafford" Discussed on NASACast Audio

NASACast Audio

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"bill stafford" Discussed on NASACast Audio

"Hey thanks for sticking around so today we talked with dr sarah wallis about sequencing dna and aren a in space this was episode forty nine of houston we have a podcast but they're not really in any particular orders you can go back and listen to another episode if you want we talked a little bit about dr aaron burton and that was an episode called the search for life you can go back and listen to what we're talking we almost went on a tangent about the difference between lefthanded proteins and right handed proteins we get into that a little bit in that episode the search for life you can go back and listen to that they're no particular order so just me all of them are good and this is from completely unbiased opinion otherwise you can listen to other nasa podcasts we have gravity assist up at headquarters hosted by dr jim green if you're really into planetary science otherwise we have friends over the ames research center that have the podcast called nasa in silicon valley talk about the things they're doing over there in california and they also do some of the research aboard the international space station just like we do here the johnson space center we also talked about during this podcast our friends over at the marshall space flight center over in huntsville alabama do as sort of cross center thing but you can see some of the things that they're doing over there if you want to know what's going on board the international space station besides dna sequencing nasa gov slash isis is a great place to do that otherwise nasa dot gov slash h r p is a good place to see some of the other human research program elements that were doing dr sarah while part of the microbiology lab here and there's a lot of other human research aspects to to guess just flying human space but then also aboard the international space station beyond on social media were on the international space station can't you guys should know this facebook twitter instagram goad anyone of those accounts and use the hashtag ask nasa on anyone of the platforms to submit an idea for the podcast and then make sure to mention it on a future episode or make a whole episode out of it this podcast was recorded on april seventeenth eighteen thanks to experiment as drove raina pat ryan bill stafford and june hayes and special thanks to pacino's for writing the questions on today's episode things again to dr sir wallace for coming on the show we'll be back next week

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"bill stafford" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

Houston We Have a Podcast

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"bill stafford" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

"Well adam that wraps up our guest for this episode thanks for helping to get these incredible people to come on and tell their stories sure my pleasure i'm glad to be here gary and thank you for this great show and for this great opportunity to share our co workers and the world flip workforce i i was really happy to do it they were honestly it was it was really a pleasure to talk to each and every one of them they have interesting stories and interesting jobs to really i mean they do a lot of important stuff i just love talking to all these great people so if you want to know if you want to learn more from other great people you can listen to other episodes of the of this podcast is this episode fortysix but really don't really need to listen to him to them in any particular order you can just go back and listen to any anyone and there's some great stories i would definitely recommend listening to stories of strength from women's history month and african american history month episodes also really good podcasts and really good guests that we had there otherwise you can listen to some of our friend over at other centers nasa in silicon valley over at ames research center has a podcast and then gravity assist is the podcast over at headquarters hosted by dr jim green to talk about planetary science otherwise you could follow the nasa johnson space center on facebook twitter and instagram and use the hashtag asked nasa to ask a question or maybe suggest an episode for a future talk where we can bring in guests until more stories just make sure to mention is for houston we have a podcast so this podcast this episode was recorded in all through the month of may twenty eighteen thanks to alex perriman kelly humphries pat ryan bill stafford and of course to adam here for helping to bring it all together thank you thanks and thanks again to all of our guests we're coming today on this show christine buoy doug wong charlene gilbert and then fang happy asian pacific american heritage month we'll be back next week.

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"bill stafford" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

Houston We Have a Podcast

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"bill stafford" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

"The game at all bring your myspace hey thanks for sticking around so today we talked once again with mr jeff fox and he gave us a little tour of the space craft place our they're going to be orion and then also a little bit of history on what happened during the shuttle days and how that sort of transition to some of the logic behind the system displays for the orion so if you wanna know more specifically about a ryan nasa dot gov slash guess what orion yes that's where you can find some of the latest and greatest about that vehicle otherwise you can go on facebook instagram or twitter and see the latest greatest they're on facebook it's nasa orion twitter at nasa underscore orion and instagram is at explore nasa that would actually has a ryan and the space launch system which we've talked about a couple of soda go you can use the hashtag on hashtag ask nasa there it is on any one of those platforms to ask a question about a ryan or you can go to the nasa johnson space inter accounts on any one of those platforms and submit a question for houston we have a podcast we might bring it on one of the future episodes or make a whole episode out of it which we've actually done a couple of times so this podcast was recorded on march twenty first twenty eighteen thanks to alex perriman greg weisman tommy girl rachel craft lower sean brady dean pat ryan bill stafford and kelly humphreys a lot of people think for this one and thanks again to jeff fox for coming on the show we'll be back next week.

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