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"bob behnken" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"To make sure it fits if it doesn't we'll give them a new one and and re clean that they have limited their hours so be sure to check before you head out Julianna Miami's ninety six point five W. DPO all of the clouds clear up you could have a window of opportunity to waive it wave to astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley the international space station will make a cross over central Florida tonight and tomorrow night will be the best times weather permitting gay over short opportunity and seeing the bright dot zip across the night sky best time for tonight is nine fifty six even better times tomorrow at nine OO eight PM when it will be visible for five minutes and it won't cost you anything to fish this weekend in the salt waters of Florida the FWC says residents and visitors can fish without assault without a saltwater license tomorrow and Sunday license free freshwater fishing is next weekend June thirteenth and fourteenth bag limits and other restrictions still apply all right six nineteen on a Friday edition of Orlando's evening news it's Friday but it's it could be a rough ride getting wherever you may be going this evening first meteorologist George Waldburger back to look at the rain and the full five day forecast brought you by pro Teck air conditioning and plumbing services George what are you looking at only scattered rain is in the forecast across central Florida for the next few hours overnight through tomorrow morning generally quiet for the tomorrow more rain a few isolated showers in the morning then more widespread rain and thunderstorms midday afternoon and evening all the cloud cover and the rain temperatures only peaking in the low eighties tomorrow and on Sunday more clouds more rain throughout the day were under a flood watch the potential for isolated flooding underneath heavy rains that developed through Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday upper eighties with scattered afternoon storms each day through the end of next week more upper eighties with more scattered afternoon thunderstorms with the extended five day forecast four times an hour from channel nine Eyewitness News I'm meteorologist George Waldburger I'm looking out the studio window here on north John Young parkway it is dry dark cloudy but dry we have rain in lake Mary Heathrow long would also a lot of rain now around the attractions in the champions gate celebration.
"bob behnken" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"And for every civilian all newly arrived in NASA astronauts Bob Behnken and dog Hurley joined by astronaut Chris Cassidy in a press conference from the international space station on Monday the new shuttle giving off that new shuttle some held a few well almost like a car the astronauts say they will be returning to earth with a very important flag was a little bit of of space smell in the vestibule then when we've got the that hatch open you could tell it was a brand new vehicle with smiley faces on the other side smiley face on mine just as if you had bought a new car the same kind of reaction it wonderful to see my friends and wonderful to see a brand new vehicle one of the things I was most excited about was being able to make a phone call home you know with it's been a long time since I launched into orbit and I've got a little boy who got a chance to watch me do that for the first time in his life and I just wanted to understand what his experience was ensure that a little bit with him while it was still fresh in his mind he was able to make the trip back to Houston after watching the docking from down in Florida and was pretty excited about the the whole thing so that was a wonderful for me the short answer is Chris had it right on the hatch where we left it nine years ago and it's right here and I think he's got a note do not forget to take with dragons so depending on how long we stay up there and you can bet we will take it with us when we depart back to earth from that standpoint I think you know we we've talked about this flag before many times over the last nine years since we left here on SS one thirty five and I think the important point is is as I said before just returning launch capability to the United States to and from the international space station and that's what this flag really means and and I think a little bit more it's it's said that thousands of people that made it possible and that long term marking.
Astronauts describe first ride aboard SpaceX Crew Dragon in press conference from ISS
"All newly arrived in NASA astronauts Bob Behnken and dog Hurley joined by astronaut Chris Cassidy in a press conference from the international space station on Monday the new shuttle giving off that new shuttle some held a few well almost like a car the astronauts say they will be returning to earth with a very important flag was a little bit of of space smell in the vestibule then when we've got the that hatch open you could tell it was a brand new vehicle with smiley faces on the other side smiley face on mine just as if you had bought a new car the same kind of reaction it wonderful to see my friends and wonderful to see a brand new vehicle one of the things I was most excited about was being able to make a phone call home you know with it's been a long time since I launched into orbit and I've got a little boy who got a chance to watch me do that for the first time in his life and I just wanted to understand what his experience was ensure that a little bit with him while it was still fresh in his mind he was able to make the trip back to Houston after watching the docking from down in Florida and was pretty excited about the the whole thing so that was a wonderful for me the short answer is Chris had it right on the hatch where we left it nine years ago and it's right here and I think he's got a note do not forget to take with dragons so depending on how long we stay up there and you can bet we will take it with us when we depart back to earth from that standpoint I think you know we we've talked about this flag before many times over the last nine years since we left here on SS one thirty five and I think the important point is is as I said before just returning launch capability to the United States to and from the international space station and that's what this flag really means and and I think a little bit more it's it's said that thousands of people that made it possible
U.S. astronauts welcomed at International Space Station after historic launch
"The private space company has successfully delivered American astronauts to the international space station three two one zero ignition the falcon nine and he it is three was made over the weekend when private space company SpaceX launched astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley
"bob behnken" Discussed on KTRH
"Station this weekend aren't sure when they'll come home their mission depends on the performance of the new crew dragon capsule Bob Behnken and commander Doug Hurley compare their flight on the falcon nine rocket to their previous shuttle missions they said the second stage was a bit rougher on this new rocket but docking muscles move it was undetectable from our highest tied to our lowest low Attorney General bill bars reportedly taking steps to quell the riots ordering the bureau of prisons to dispatch riot teams to Miami and DC secret service reportedly had to move president trump to a secure underground bunker for a brief period Friday night as the riots grew more intense around the White House number of major retailers are temporarily closing stores in cities hit by riots Walmart target apple in whole foods are among those shuttering locations for adjusting store hours because of city wide curfews Amazon has also had to scale back deliveries in some areas to make sure of the safety for instance the Dow is up a hundred the S. and P. five hundred is up sixteen nasdaq up seventy seven and oil futures contract trading at thirty five sixteen our next update at one o'clock and no more rush Scott Crowder Nutri sudden forty K. T. R. H. this yeah in give me some restaurants to try their new getaway burger institution the new bumpers the projections and bacon Hey and they will yeah the dynamite burger it really Rogers restaurants one day late stored ash is available at participating restaurants even members of the mainstream media admit the liberal leaning media has passed the tipping point Tuesday on Houston's morning news right on the funk brothers right out of Motown these are the guys that did the music are they of the temptations Diana Ross who dreams of four top pluses Jerry all right June correct correct a bungalow and by the way reminder we are about thirty minutes away from my conversation with the three stars of the breakfast club DJ envy Angela Lee and Charlotte man the god what you see okay yes I thought I said yeah he John le you why he now tell me I said lady she D. J. M. V. how about doctor evil okay DJ envy Angela yee Charlamagne the god if I want to get precise Charlamagne the god if in France anyway it's a thirty minute total time conversation spent a lot of time telling you about in explaining it to you in the first segment of the program if you missed that how G. you might be mad well you might you might you might end up getting mad that I'm glad that they did not give us anything more than that just don't mess it up here is that David Lewisburg Pennsylvania great to have you on the EIB network hello hello rush mega prayer did Steven Catherine thank you Sir very much Hey before the break you mentioned about nineteen sixty eight which got me to thinking that we had the Apollo eight launched in sixty eight we have clients in sixty eight on Saturday we had riots and we had the falcon nine launch and are we doing to to repeat history just want to get your take on all of that well you know I loved it and it was I know it was a fascinating side by side comparison was it not here on one screen America being ripped to shreds by people angry over a number of things on the other screen here is American ingenuity American entrepreneurism on display first time in ten years that we are launching human beings into space you people you may not know this folks we've had to pay speaking of the Russians if we wanted to launch our astronauts into space to go on the international space station we have the use of the Russians to do what but this was a a SpaceX capsule and I've I thought it was good I I watch the docking on on what was a Saturday morning I watched the docking or not Sunday Sunday morning and I did it it was fascinating to say I was I was I was moved by it was happy to see it at yeah I I enjoyed it I watched it with my son I was four years old in nineteen sixty eight I don't remember that but on my birthday is July twentieth nineteen sixty nine and my dad told me that for my third birthday he arranged the moon Landis yeah I've not deny I was eighteen when the when the moon landing happened I remember was working I was doing that was the DJ and my shift and it was a Sunday afternoon my shift ended just in time to get home and watch the landing and I was captivated by it like like like everybody was thank you Dave appreciated we have Sarah she is thirteen years old she is calling from the south side of Chicago hi Sarah great to have you here thank you you're welcome my question is where is the president and the governor and all of these riots thirst they're not doing anything they haven't been on TV and they're watching their states get burned in the riots when they were elected by the people to leave their state I hear yes Sarah I have been asking the same question and you are not alone Americans all over this country are trying to figure out what is going on where's the National Guard where are these empowered police forces moving in to stop this M. as I said it appears it appears that the fall water supply here is to just let these people get out of their system that they will eventually grow tired of it and go home not I think it's crazy I don't think that's true in the property destruction that happens in the meantime to me is is unacceptable let me let me read to you Sarah from something written by a friend of mine at National Review is name is Andy McCarthy he said and it's it's because it's right up your alley it's what you mentioned while they serve their states National Guard units which are reserve component of the US armed forces have over time come under increasing control of the commander in chief they may now be deployed at the president's direction even overseas regardless of whether state governors object clearly if the deployment is domestic and ordered in response to violent attacks it's imperative that federal and state governments cooperate in the name of state and national security what's happened over the last few nights in major cities of the United States simply unacceptable it's gotten worse because the federal and state governments have failed to convey the signal that order will be maintained and the rule of law enforced that must end the president and governors have to work together to restore order including the deployment of the military if that's necessary the justice department state law enforcement particularly F. B. I. in a joint terrorism task forces must make it clear that lawbreakers are going to be arrested that serious crimes will be prosecuted anti America must be made to understand that America has had enough so that that is essentially what you're asking why isn't any of this being done trump is deferring to governors trump is using federalism here what my friend McCarthy's point is he doesn't have to wait for the governors that he can go ahead and and deployed the guard anywhere he wants as he sees fit you think you should obviously yeah well I I agree I I'll tell you something else I watch TV last night every night if I tried to imagine being in one of these areas when this stuff is happening and it wasn't that long ago that if rioting broke out in the neighborhood or if it's loading or or any any kind of civil unrest there used to be at least some measure of comfort based on reliability people believed that the cops would stop it it was really bad people believe the National Guard to be deployed in the stuff would be stopped in the people engaged and it would be stopped and they would be held in incarceration and they would be punished and I don't think that's how people look at I think people are scared to death you're watching TV I don't care Washington Chicago west Palm Beach over here last night Clementi's you're watching any of this and if you happen to live anywhere near what you're watching today you probably don't have confidence that they're going to be stopped and that's gonna that's gonna be scary as it can be and then you start asking yourself what what what what when did it happen that they get the run of the place that they stake in area of town that they wanna centerfire or because where is it written that you get the run of the place why isn't my property and then if you if you have some poor guy in Dallas if you decide I'm not waiting on the cops I'm gonna go protect my own business and you get killed because you dared to defend your own property then you see that happen to somebody else so you save yourself okay I'm not going to go all about if they attacked my business I'll just hope and pray they miss sent the order they don't do much damage or whatever but this is unacceptable people have to be able to rely on the police now we also have to admit the policemen under assault police have been under assault and attack for who knows how long for engaging in brutality and violence and so some cops may sit the hell with it I'm not going to go out there and engage these people end up being tarred and feathered maybe put in jail accused of brutality when I didn't do anything it's a vicious circle or cycle anyway I really am glad you called Sir again she's thirteen south side Chicago very mature question she had will be back right after Rush.
"bob behnken" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"Tonight former vice president Joe Biden is speaking out about president trump's response to the riots he outright accuse the president of instigating racism in a PBS interview on Friday I think this president has stoked racism from the time he made a moral equivalence between those folks coming out of the field sure I was still carrying torches in their veins bulging carrying **** flags in the company by white supremacists a new Washington post ABC news poll out this morning shows Biden leads president trump by ten points although a greater share of president trump supporters say that they are more enthusiastic about his candidacy and another small step for NASA and SpaceX boxes Karen with you with the story her confirmed stand by for traction and just like riding a bike that's how it sounded on NASA TV Sunday morning about two hundred sixty miles above the earth astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley successfully docked the dragon space capsule with the international space station nineteen hours after liftoff from Florida's Cape Canaveral the first from American soil since the final shuttle mission in twenty eleven SpaceX and NASA got the nation back into the business of sending Americans into orbit Karen McCue fox news and in sports Brad Keselowski inherited his second win of the season during NASCAR's supermarket heroes five hundred at Bristol motor speedway in Tennessee.
"bob behnken" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS
"Continue tonight former vice president Joe Biden is speaking out about president trump's response to the riots he outright accuse the president of instigating racism in a PBS interview on Friday I think this president has stoked racism from the time he made a moral equivalence between those folks coming out of the field sure I was still carrying torches in their veins bulging carrying **** flags accompanied by white supremacists a new Washington post ABC news poll out this morning shows Biden leads president trump by ten points although a greater share of president trump supporters say that there are more enthusiastic about his candidacy and another small step for NASA and SpaceX boxes Karen with you with the story her confirm stand by for traction and talking just like riding a bike that's how it sounded on NASA TV Sunday morning about two hundred sixty miles above the earth astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley successfully docked the dragon space capsule with the international space station nineteen hours after liftoff from Florida's Cape Canaveral the first from American soil since the final shuttle mission in twenty eleven SpaceX and NASA got the nation back into the business of sending Americans into orbit Karen McCue fox news and in sports Brad Keselowski inherited his second win of the season during NASCAR's supermarket heroes five hundred at Bristol motor speedway in Tennessee.
"bob behnken" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Make it hammered time with bill Hemmer welcome to the program thank you how do you gauge the effect of the corona virus on the selection it's a time when the president's leadership came out contrast between what people have seen from the president and what people have not seen from Joe Biden and quite literally not subscribe and listen now going to fox news podcast dot com America's back in the space business captured confirm fan by protection and just like riding a bike that's how it sounded on NASA TV Sunday morning about two hundred sixty miles above the earth astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley successfully docked the dragon space capsule with the international space station nineteen hours after liftoff from Florida's Cape Canaveral the first from American soil since the final shuttle mission in twenty eleven SpaceX and NASA got the nation back into the business of sending Americans into orbit fox's Karamat Kerr gas prices have risen eight cents over the past two weeks to nationwide average of two oh five per gallon as crude prices have rebounded slightly and driving demand is increased industry analyst trilby Lundberg says people are still paying much less than a year ago the difference between this current price of two oh five and the same time last year is about eighty eight cents per gallon and that would be great to nearly nine dollars for a ten gallon Phil that's a sizable savings of that encouragement tomorrow the lowest average prices in Tulsa the dollar fifty five a gallon the highest in Honolulu at three ten a gallon Amazon's temporary pay raise for workers is ending today Amazon's two dollar an hour extra pay raise that was put in place due to the corona virus pandemic is coming to an end the company announced the temporary raise in March and was supposed to run only through April but later was extended to the end of may an increase in overtime pay is also set to end today as well business insider reports that Amazon officials said last month that the company expects to spend four billion dollars on increased wages personal protective equipment and ramped up cleaning at its facilities Amazon has also seen a lot more business during the pandemic with people staying at home and reported that twenty six percent revenue hike.
SpaceX successfully launches U.S. astronauts into space
"In another milestone for SpaceX and NASA the crew dragon capsule docked with the international space station last hour a few minutes ahead of schedule and about nineteen hours after yesterday's historic lift off from Cape Canaveral with NASA astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug currently on board it's the first commercial vehicle to carry astronauts to the space station and considered a milestone in space
Private rocket takes astronauts to space station
"Says Nassau and eagle on musk have made some space history thank god we demand SpaceX falcon nine rocket launch Saturday from the Kennedy Space Center opened a new frontier in space travel it's the first time a private company the lan musk's SpaceX has launched astronauts in a commercially built spacecraft to veteran astronauts Bob Behnken and Dunkerley are on a nineteen hour trip to the international space station president trump and vice president pence view the departure from the Space Center in Florida you feel the shake over here it's pretty pretty amazing a beautiful sight a beautiful
Private rocket takes astronauts to space station
"The US opened a new chapter in American space travel today as two NASA astronauts blasted off aboard a private commercial rocket for the very first time astronauts Bob Behnken and dug a hole early headed for the international space station a historic day for American space travel and work out for lunch but by the standoff the SpaceX dragon launched from NASA's Cape
"bob behnken" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"I'm in case two Americans have blasted off in a rocket ship designed by SpaceX astronauts Bob Behnken and dog who really headed for the international space station a historic day for American space travel and work out for long but like the piano the SpaceX dragon launched from NASA's Cape Canaveral three two one zero let's stop at the top thank god B. less than ten minutes into the flight the falcon nine rocket separated from the capsule was planned and made a successful landing I'm Clayton minimal cleanup continues in Minneapolis after another night of violence mayor J. comprises the Minnesota National Guard has been called up today to control the chaos we will be mobilizing the largest force that has ever come forward in the state of Minnesota history to help we understand that you're concerned we want to be there for you the cover nineteen shut downs of had a severe impact on the retail sector in April while the loss of one point eight nine trillion dollars in retail economic activity was a major blow the big picture isn't entirely gloomy Riana gives some positive sort of for a silver lining in this dark cloud Jack Kleinhenz is chief economist for the national retail federation gasoline prices are nearly a dollar below where they were a year ago we also have lower interest rates interest rates and he said there's a lot of pent up demand among those consumers who haven't had many options we know the customers the consumers excuse me have receive stimulus checks Steve casting down New York Alaska governor god like Dunleavy says air travelers will have to be tested for the corona virus before boarding a plane to the state or submit to a fourteen day quarantine upon arrival at a state travelers to Alaska you disapprove by mid proof of trusting I'm in case you remember when your mom and dad talked about the importance of having term life insurance I mean it felt really good knowing the family would have money after something happened how do you think they felt they worked their entire life without truly getting.
Dragon capsule achieves orbit, heads towards International Space Station
"A new era in space flight launched last hour from Cape Canaveral in Florida I thank god NASA astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley are now heading to the international space station the first to be carried into space by commercially owned and operated spacecraft SpaceX's crew dragon propelled by the company's falcon nine rocket today's successful launch and the nine year gap in human launches from U. S. soil the last four aboard the space shuttle in two thousand eleven weather threatened the launch all day but it cleared in the last forty minutes of the count down the launch was scrubbed Wednesday because of
NASA And SpaceX Launch First Astronauts To Orbit From U.S. Since 2011
"Successful liftoff of the SpaceX falcon nine rocket carrying NASA astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley aboard the crew dragon spacecraft the first separation is confirmed to the second comes a separation was just confirm in the craft is in orbit president and vice president were on hand in Florida to wash this piece of
"bob behnken" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Yeah you know power steering fluid I I never did see get that hot to start with but some of these manufacturers really went out of their way to try to reduce the temperatures of those fluids to get rid of power steering whining noises and stuff like that but you know I I've really never had that much problem with it but some of the manufacturers Ford used to put a great big huge cooler on the front of the truck for the power steering and I'm sitting here going my goodness of it and they must really be ism they must do a lot of parallel parking they need to cool the power steering fluid that much but you know it there was occasions if there was a problem or a restriction in the line I would see power steering fluid over heat and boil out of a reservoir but and a you know on the newer power steering system of course we don't even use hydraulic power steering systems anymore call after nowadays but on those older ones yeah they go out of their way but I figure GM they they run a great big long one on that car just to try to cool it down spray the cheapest thing they can come up with at the top thanks for the call Bob thanks to call their Bob Hey we got three open lines now at eight four four two two zero zero nine six five I'll tell you what I'll let you guys go ahead and fill those lines eight four four two two zero zero nine six five go ahead give us call now we're gonna have the three big things you know get those calls lined up and then we're gonna have to Castleberry and have a nice little chat with net eight four four two two zero zero nine six five you're listening to the Medicaid extra on news ninety six point five W. DPO now the three things you need to know three thirty in our breaking news it's a success two one zero six two nine with astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley on their way to the international space station they're expected to arrive there tomorrow rocket boosters have landed successfully on the of course I still love you droneship one crowds braved the rain earlier to watch the liftoff regardless this is John from Orlando president trump without the First Lady watching the launch from the Kennedy Space Center alert from the same security triple team traffic center crash on I. four eastbound at Dirksen if you're coming across the bridge right now you do have the two right lanes closed just the left.
"bob behnken" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley they are headed out to pad thirty nine A. for what they hope will be the first commercially owned and operated human spaceflight vehicle down below me a couple of dozen reporters photographers waving and cheering them as they drive by one former astronaut Garrett Riesman is down there with a sign that says take me with you Peter king CBS news at the Kennedy Space Center CBS news medical contributor Dr David agus have a warning as cities continue re opening cancer was a significant risk for complications and death from cover that team always interesting in this study is it didn't matter if you were actively receiving treatment or not to the telecom is be aware if you have cancer and continue your treatment to try to get that cancer under control covert nineteen cases are still on the rise this is CBS news these are challenging times and rocket mortgage is prepared to help if you need mortgage assistance contact thirteen twenty four seven at rocket mortgage dot com rocket mortgage is with you I don't know from the Cairo radio news center my northwest dot com in downtown Seattle last night surprise protests over the killing of a black man in Minneapolis by white cops demonstrators March from the international district of fifth and Madison that's where they were stopped by Seattle police in riot gear there is blasting a gas and then shortly after that Beatty started retreating taking off their masks and having milk poured on their eyes from the tear gas from police that's kind of really when it started to turn up and people started causing havoc wherever they could breaking windows in the Amazon go store there the protesters dwindled to a handful by one AM this morning Seattle police say seven people were arrested in Portland protesters broke into police headquarters Friday night and authorities said they lit a fire inside in a rally over the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis Portland police called the event a riot right before midnight and close several streets they said two people had been arrested and at least one shooting had occurred earlier in the evening thousands of people filled peninsula park in north Portland for peaceful night vigil that lasted three hours if you've been itching to sleep outside there's good news covering radio's Frank shares explains the states announced that overnight camping in twenty two counties will begin again on Monday all of the counties involved are currently in phase two of the governor's safe start plan to re open the state the re opening of plies to state campgrounds in various facilities however you're going to have to camp in a tent or in a trailer or an RV cabins yurts and other overnight accommodations are still closed until further notice now the department of fish and wildlife campgrounds reopen Monday too as well as back country areas and the department of natural resources is opening its campgrounds on a rolling basis so they're not all available at once in all cases before you head out you should check the appropriate agencies website and save yourself some hassle by reserving a campsite where you can cloudy with periods of rain some heavy today five sixty one degrees right now it's fifty five degrees in downtown Seattle I'm Chris Martin stream Cairo radio at home on your smart speakers Cairo radio advert Michael with west dot com Cairo radio your first source said no and I understand coronavirus rose Seattle this is covered nineteen Seattle I'm Erin Cardillo from growers to grocery stores and restaurants to food banks when parts of the food supply chain began to break down at the beginning of the pandemic the state found itself struggling to fill in the gaps so this episode we are going to follow the food supply chain in a Washington state's starting at a farm in a potato field it was only a few weeks ago.
"bob behnken" Discussed on WWL
"It happens near where protesters were gathered over the Floyd case but there's no link reported with demonstrators right now preparations for this afternoon space launch are moving right along this hour potentially carrying astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley they are headed out to pad thirty nine A. for what they hope will be the first commercially owned and operated human spaceflight vehicle down below me a couple of dozen reporters photographers waving and cheering them as they drive by one former astronaut Gareth Rees minutes down there with a sign that says take me with you Peter king CBS news at the Kennedy Space Center CBS news medical contributor Dr David agus have a warning as cities continue re opening cancer was a significant risk for complications and death from cover that team always interesting in this study is it didn't matter if you were actively receiving treatment or not so the take home is be aware if you have cancer and continue your treatment to try to get that cancer under control covert nineteen cases are still on the rise this is CBS news you can listen to CBS news radio twenty four hours a day seven days a week on radio dot com or the radio dot com app download it today I've always wanted to learn another language but every time I try it never sticks so I decided to give babble a try and I really like the teaching method of the app I started with the beginner lesson on Babel and it starts with simple words and phrases and soon you're putting those words into a conversation each lesson takes about ten to fifteen minutes and they're all really different which keeps things interesting the app is really smart it actually keeps track of the words I'm struggling with so I can practice them and get better I just babble because it was created by real language teachers they built it around real life how people actually communicate and what they care about I.
"bob behnken" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM
"Riots it happens near where protesters were gathered over the Floyd case but there's no link reported that demonstrators right now preparations for this afternoon space launch are moving right along this hour potentially carrying astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley they are headed out to pad thirty nine A. for what they hope will be the first commercially owned and operated human spaceflight vehicle down below me a couple of dozen reporters photographers waving and cheering them as they drive by one former astronaut Gareth Rees minutes down there with a sign that says take me with you Peter king CBS news at the Kennedy Space Center CBS news medical contributor Dr David agus have a warning as cities continue re opening cancer was a significant risk for complications and death from cover that team always interesting in this study is it didn't matter if you were actively receiving treatment or not so the take home is be aware if you have cancer and continue your treatment to try to get that cancer under control covert nineteen cases are still on the rise this is CBS news these are challenging times and rocket mortgage is prepared to help if you need mortgage assistance contact thirteen twenty four seven at rocket mortgage dot com rocket mortgage is with you I've always wanted to learn another language but every time I try it never sticks so I decided to give babble a try and I really like the teaching method of the app I started with the beginner lesson on Babel and it starts with simple words and phrases and soon you're putting those words into a conversation each lesson takes about ten to fifteen minutes and they're all really different which keeps things interesting the app is really smart it actually keeps track of the words I'm struggling with so I can practice them and get better I just babble because it was created by real language teachers they built it around real life how people actually communicate and what they care about I.
SpaceX launch delayed to Saturday due to weather
"With with the the threat of lightning is what postponed yesterday's SpaceX launch until Saturday yes and SpaceX's historic launch a crew dragon was scribe just sixteen minutes and fifty four seconds before its scheduled lift off of four thirty three local time the president and the vice president were here when that's from the current ticket travel to Kennedy Space Center to witness what everybody hoped would be a historic launch astronauts Bob Behnken and Joe Curley were already strapped into the capsule the hatch door had been closed when this scribe occurred correspondent Rachel crane
Historic SpaceX, NASA Launch Postponed Due To Weather | Deadline | MSNBC - MSNBC
"York and the first attempt by a private company to launch people into space will have to wait a few more days SpaceX scrubbed its scheduled launch yesterday to NASA astronauts say scraps along because of weather ABC's gio Benitez has marked with bad weather bearing down it was touch and go right up until the last few moments before that historic launch and SpaceX unfortunately we're not going to lunch today but still moments we've never seen before in America veteran NASA astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley walking out in their designer flight suits giving the thumbs up their wives were also decorated astronauts and their children giving them air hogs wishing them the best of luck the crew taking tussles for the traditional ride up to the launch pad that emotional moment with their families putting their hands on the windows the astronauts arriving on launch pad thirty nine A. the same one that sent people to the moon and launch the space shuttle program bacon in her early boarding SpaceX's crew dragon atop the falcon nine rocket SpaceX created by you lawn mosque looking to become the first private U. S. company to put astronauts into orbit and there they are in view of the launch pad so no doubt he's looking at the window president trump flying by aboard Air Force One getting a spectacular view but with less than twenty minutes to go launch aboard and once again that is ABC's gio Benitez they will try to launch once again coming up this Saturday
"bob behnken" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"Classmate on Sunday no word yet on a motive this weekend we'll see another launch attempt in Florida after Wednesday's planned SpaceX lift off to the international space station had to be scrubbed the weather just wouldn't cooperate in both SpaceX and NASA felt launching astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley in SpaceX's dragon capsule for a test flight was too risky they could actually trigger lightning and so we made the right decision after administrator Jim Bridenstine they'll now try Saturday afternoon in Broward county Florida Evan brown fox news nine point oh to hear George WTS from the weather channel it's left of birth to continue to move north now most of it away from us upper level low spinning slowly off to the west of us the last come through and it's going to take its sweet time getting here Scott this morning maybe a few showers this afternoon scattered showers and thunderstorms eighty two degrees by the way one point seven five inches of rain yesterday was a record for the date is over two inches tonight some more scattered showers thunderstorms sixty eight Friday afternoon showers and thunderstorms high near eighty four Saturday some afternoon showers and thunderstorms low eighties that's systems finally through the front partly cloudy and cooler Sunday seventy five I'm meteorologist restricted from the weather channel total of ten ninety nine three W. P. C. sixty three degrees in Gastonia sixty four in rock hill sixty five degrees mostly cloudy in uptown Charlotte memories make us laugh and cry and sometimes cringe when we look back at our fashion choices but in between flashbacks a bowl cuts and dad jeans our memories are fading and so is the old media that.
"bob behnken" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"Of putting men into space will have to wait till Saturday dragon SpaceX unfortunately we're not going to lunch today today's launch of a SpaceX rocket was scrubbed because of bad weather a tornado warning was issued for Brevard county a couple of hours before the scheduled launch of the crew dragon capsule on a falcon nine rocket NASA astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley are trying to become the first man launched into space from U. S. soil since the space shuttle program ended in twenty eleven they'll also be the first time a private company launched men into space Minneapolis mayor Jacob fry is calling for criminal charges for a white police officer who knelt on a black man's neck shortly before he died at a hospital speaking on ABC's Good Morning America Brigitte Floyd the sister of George Floyd who died while in police custody agrees they murdered my brother they killed him they don't need to walk the streets M. A. M. Mysteron indeed happen to another another family in other news New York governor Andrew Cuomo met with president trump today in DC new York's governor slammed Congress for delaying aid to states hit hard by a horrific health emergency not of their own making it isn't on American response Andrew Cuomo said there will be no national economic recovery if the state's recoveries are blunted do you really want to cut local governments right now that's cutting police that's cutting fire is now the time to savage essential services Cuomo called on Republicans in the Senate to stop being hypocritical he pointed out how senator Scott's and senator McConnell states received tens of billions of dollars more than they give to DC every year I'm Steve casting down news brought.
Historic SpaceX Crew Dragon launch postponed due to bad weather
"News this afternoon for planned SpaceX flight to the international space station put on hold the first flight of the SpaceX dragon capsule carrying a massive crew was stopped with minutes before his attempted launch all due to persistently bad weather at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida and dragon SpaceX unfortunately we're not going to lunch today your goal for five dot one zero zero Longstreth about one third of their it was a good effort by that team and we understand that well lot meet you there astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley will try again on Saturday afternoon the only weather was a problem both NASA and SpaceX said the craft was operating just perfectly and fueling was
"bob behnken" Discussed on KTOK
"Zacks flight to the international space station put on hold the first flight of the SpaceX dragon capsule carrying a NASA crew was stopped with minutes before his attempted launch all due to persistently bad weather at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida and dragon SpaceX unfortunately we're not going to lunch today your goal for five dot one zero zero long scrub about one third of their it was a good effort by that team and we understand that well let me check astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley will try again on Saturday afternoon the only weather was a problem both NASA and SpaceX said the craft was operating just perfectly and fueling was under way in Broward county Florida Evan brown fox news first in the house of representatives where some members are voting by proxy to the pandemic more than seventy Democrats and for leadership of the plan to do so no Republicans will Republican leader Kevin McCarthy earlier today was not happy about the plan this challenges the constitution only to protect and empower a speaker it violates the constitution is a dereliction of duty by its members two weeks ago the house approved an order allowing the proxy voting Republican leaders are now suing speaker Pelosi they say the temporary changes in violation of the constitution Minneapolis mayor Jacob fry calling for criminal charges to be filed against the white police officer who pressed his knee into the back of the neck of a black man during his arrest the man exclaimed he couldn't breathe and stopped moving you're a child then and three other officers were fired yesterday Wall Street at the close all major indexes in the green as hope grows for economic revival as businesses begin to re open the Dow gained five fifty three the nasdaq up seventy two the S. and P. plus forty four America is listening on New they've been making firearms almost as long as the United States has.
NASA's SpaceX launch delayed due to weather
"America's return as a nation capable of putting men into space will have to wait till Saturday after today's launch of a SpaceX rocket was scrubbed because of but bad weather tornado warning was issued for Brevard county a couple of hours before the scheduled launch of the crew dragon capsule and a falcon nine rocket NASA astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley trying to become the first man launched into space from U. S. soil since the space shuttle program ended back in twenty eleven also be the first time a private company launch man into
Bad Weather Scrubs SpaceX Launch
"The NASA SpaceX launch has been scrubbed for today because of bad weather a tornado warning was issued for Brevard county a couple hours before the scheduled launch of the crew dragon capsule and a falcon nine rocket NASA astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug earlier trying to become the first man launched into space from U. S. soil this is the space shuttle program ended in two thousand
"bob behnken" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Down to what I do know what studios watching to DC David Hager with world the national headlines the people wearing masks of course Dr Anthony Fauci he's saying there's a good chance that if the right things fall into place like wearing masks we could have a road across the virus vaccine by the end of this year the director of the national institutes of allergy and infectious diseases at the same time tell C. N. N. recent instances of social crowding are very troubling in which is the that type of crowding with no masks and people interacting that's not prudent and that's inviting a situation that could get out of control thought she says a second wave of covert nineteen infection isn't inevitable if people are prudent Joe Biden is calling for a federal investigation into the death of George Floyd he's a black man who died in police custody in Minneapolis after white officer pinned his neck to the ground with his knee the presumptive democratic presidential nominee calls Ford's death a tragic reminder of an ingrained systemic cycle of injustice of the four officers involved in Floyd's arrest Monday were fired yesterday was death sparked protests in Minneapolis last night president trump is meeting at the White House right now with New York governor Andrew Cuomo this afternoon he heads to Cape Canaveral Florida for the first manned private rocket launch ever to the international space station to NASA astronauts are set for liftoff aboard a SpaceX rocket four thirty three this afternoon Wall Street time veteran astronaut Bob Behnken says he indiscriminate dog Hurley are the perfect team in addition to you know finishing each other's sentences you know we can predict you know almost by body language what the the person's opinion is or what they're going to what their next action is going to be global news twenty four hours a day on air and on QuickTake by Bloomberg powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than a.
U.S. to launch first manned orbital mission in nearly a decade
"The first manned orbital mission in nearly a decade is set to blast off tomorrow it will also be the first time using a privately owned and operated spacecraft CBS news correspondent mark Strassman is at the Kennedy space station and he spoke to the astronauts manning the US mission NASA astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley have both flown twice before to the international space station they're more than crewmates they're best friends I don't believe that's how it really is a hell of a way past the polite state regulation
SpaceX, NASA give final 'go' for historic astronaut launch
"NASA astronauts are scheduled to blast off from American soil Wednesday is the planned launch of the crew dragon a spacecraft designed by NASA and private space company SpaceX NASA associate administrator Steve your checks as they've taken plenty of safety precautions we did a thorough review of all the systems and all the rest and I was unanimous on the board that we are go for launch astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley will be the first humans in orbit aboard the new ship which in another first we'll use touch screens instead of physical controls but due to the corona virus pandemic no large crowds will be allowed to watch the launch bacon says where there's a will there's a way and we're going to do it in the face of you know the pandemic you know where there's a will there's a way and there's been well to make this happen and we're just trying to be a part of it the launch will instead be livestreamed chucks Iverson ABC news and KTAR news will carry tomorrow's launch live coverage begins at one thirty tomorrow
SpaceX to become the first private company to send humans to space
"Here we are just one day away from the dawn of a new era in space flight the SpaceX falcon nine rocket is ready to blast off from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida and it's due to send two NASA astronauts into space making the SpaceX rocket the first private rocket first private company overall the launch humans into orbit we've been counting down to this historic milestone in space exploration in our launch America coverage and mark Strassman is at the Kennedy Space Center where there are I hate to say this mark growing concerns about the weather say it ain't so Tony unfortunately it is so you can look at these overcast skies and they could be the spoiler for tomorrow's launch but whenever it happens this test flight will be a dramatic and important milestone in U. S. human space travel and it will all happen on launch pad thirty nine A. behind me the same pad that's an Apollo eleven to the moon right now the SpaceX rocket and crew capsule it will carry two veteran NASA astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley that travel from here to the international space station both for shuttle veterans who have flown twice before to the space station only this time a private company will take them and that has never been done before and that would open a new era of commercial space travel but one factor that neither NASA nor SpaceX can control is the weather there is right now a sixty percent chance that conditions will be good enough to watch tomorrow but it's not just the weather here on site that matters meteorologists are tracking conditions up the east coast and here's why if the launcher run into a significant issue the in flight abort system would propel the capsule into the Atlantic and therefore the seas have to be reasonably call if the weather is not good for lunch tomorrow the next opportunity to watch would be Saturday afternoon Tony hi will whatever happens mark they will be blasting into the future though duly noted they're gonna blast in the future in some very retro looking uniforms in a retro looking capsule as well very cool stuff top
"bob behnken" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Bob Behnken endo Hurley arrived at the Kennedy Space Center last week and they will launch aboard SpaceX's crew dragon capsule when they reach the international space station they'll meet after not Chris Cassidy who has been in command of the I. S. S. since last month we spoke with Cassidy about his role in this mission all right commander Chris Cassidy we're on the brink of a major milestone in space flight in the history of spaceflight up until right now only countries have put a capsule into orbit and then brought it back and now we could have a company do it SpaceX with two of your colleagues to American astronauts on board how big of a deal is this mission it's a gigantic deal I mean went great we retired the shuttle for very sound reasons when that decision was made with the aims to move towards the future and now the future is here one of the questions when NASA teamed up with commercial companies to try to do something like this was how will the culture of safety at NASA match up with the corporate ambition of a company like SpaceX how confident are you that is your friends get into that capsule they're gonna arrive there safely I'm very confident they're smart engineers at NASA they're smart engineers at SpaceX all with motivation to do the same thing and that's fly missions effectively and safely I think it's been healthy for both the commercial guys to faster faster and cheaper and NASA with a more decades base of safety culture I think it's been healthy for the growth of both organizations are you worried about coronavirus as these additional astronauts arrive we'll certainly were worried about it we've we we have confidence in that the testing of the program in the region that that the medical folks are are putting Bob and Doug threw in the protections that they have will mitigate that is low of a of a probability as we can I was joking around my colleague my crewmates last night and said Hey maybe we should have them come in through the hatch and and make a hard left and will isolate them here in the corner for a couple weeks before we'll we'll treat them to a meal I was hoping you give us some perspective on what it's been like to be out of there knowing that so much sorrow and is going on below with the pandemic tens of thousands of people in the U. S. alone dying in the weeks that you've been on this mission just what's it like with the wonder of what you're doing and the tragedy of what's going on below I have watched news segments and you see those numbers that I think everybody's watching and it just dawned on me a week ago that every single one of those numbers is a story it's a family it's a life and that was impactful to me at particular as I was looking out the window thinking about it Ilan moss the founder of SpaceX has said that he hopes that we as a species humans will become multi planetary we'll be able to get off of this planet the pandemic certainly puts that in perspective and I'm curious do you share that goal or that holds you hope that humanity may throw off the bonds of earth itself oh absolutely I think it's definitely going to happen it's just a matter of what the time scale is maybe set a hundred years but it's just been a little over a hundred years since the Wright brothers flew and think of where we are now me talking to you from the space station so that's quite incredible and all and that fought with when I first became an astronaut in two thousand four John Young famous astronaut was still in the office and I remember him saying single planet species don't survive so that has stuck with me all these years I understand you have an American flag there at left by the last Americans who came from U. S. soil where is it what's the plan for for passing that flag on it's around the corner about forty yards away from me hanging in the U. S. laboratory and Doug Hurley was a member of that last shuttle flight to bring the flag up here Doug Hurley is also has you know on the SpaceX flight and he'll bring that flag home so he's an integral part of this capture the flag so to speak so it's it's sad the quite a bit of space flight experiences flag has all right well we wish everybody luck and I have to say commander Cassidy as I say goodbye as a Florida boy who grew up watching the space shuttle and the space program it is truly an honor to talk to you I enjoyed my time I all the best to you guys a CBS Cassidy is a class act fair this is a former navy seal this is third trip to space is scheduled to return on a Russian vessel in October but there's a lot to do before that I love so much about this story in about this moment Gayle and one of things that I think is is particularly noteworthy is this is a program that began under the Obama administration is this public private partnership NASA and SpaceX and now president trump is gonna go down and see it also at a time when there's so much fighting and dysfunction in government this is a a moment of continuity that I think is very special I think we can all agree we want this to go well regardless of whatever your political party is but Tony I really like Chris Cassidy he was so relaxed and so confident and so welcoming and warm I thought he was very special that was a great interview I love that conversation I got a nice note from afterwards as well he is a class act all right open the door for his colleagues on Wednesday all right and I speaking of Wednesday our launch America coverage will continue throughout this week tomorrow we're gonna look at some of the incredible accomplishments and notable failures there have been those as well and SpaceX's history then on Wednesday afternoon we're gonna join Norah o'donnell for complete coverage of this historic historic launch and all we got on our CBS this morning podcast we are honoring Asian Pacific American heritage month today historian Erica leave discusses heaven mall at all moments and essential lessons from that history we'll be right back you in sixty years we went from about a hundred thousand factory workers to probably about seven off in the distance you can see some factors are still humming most of them are just kind of invented the restaurant industry right now is one of the largest and fastest growing industries in America and yet it continues to be the absolute lowest paying employer in the United States fairly anybody's making enough to live you're donating plasma to get by it's literally a slave wage I remember growing up like this my mom did have to go to food banks it's pretty sad how to put this in perspective about how worried we should be we're gonna share the newest numbers and critical information on the outbreak land your DJ is tracking the plight of the restaurant business glad you've been talking to doctors what are they saying to you about their experiences doctors and scientists in a race against time to cure corona virus every evening we'll show how close they are we seem to work you are on the CBS evening news with Norah o'donnell hi Lauren taxing jobs even before I have no idea what I'm walking into I don't know if the customers are carriers service to be out here did you ever think you would find yourselves at the front line we have the opportunity to bring something valuable to the community and that feels good we have to be willing to change policy to recognize and doesn't seem like it's worth the risk I have to do what I can take care of myself and my family if you had the choice would you stay home devastating flooding has reached catastrophic levels rising sea levels are threatening America's coasts you would have to take that house and put it on stilts config the street is filled with salt water what difference does it make how high you make your house the concentration of the highest rental rates is exactly where the elevation is high this is what the evidence to prove that cottage vacation with three eighteen hundred in five days or you have to leave scared every single person who stood up and said I am not paying this rent increase received an eviction stations built this place then you're getting kicked out yes he is he before.
NASA astronauts conduct trial run before historic launch of SpaceX rocket
"Final preparations are under way for next Wednesday afternoon's launch of a manned space exploration it'll be the first time since twenty eleven that U. S. astronauts will be taking off into space from American soil the SpaceX dragon capsule will be flown up by a SpaceX falcon nine rocket taking astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley up to the international space
NASA's Test Pilots Are Veteran Astronauts, Friends
"Well the two astronauts will be test driving SpaceX's brand new rocket ship and returning human orbital launches to the U. S. while their classmates and they're also friends they're also veteran space fliers married to veteran space fliers they're both fathers young sons to retired marine colonel Doug Hurley he'll be in charge of launching landing it's a fitting assignment for the pilot of NASA's last space shuttle mission Air Force colonel Bob Behnken he'll be overseeing rendezvous at international space
"bob behnken" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Are under way for the first crewed launch to the ISS from U. S. soil in nearly a decade and you know what goes on right here NASA is asking people to watch the launch from home because of the pandemic but the Brevard county sheriff says social distancing will be in place for people want to see it in person I want our our citizens to be able to come watch a great piece of American history at the end of the day who am I or anybody else to tell them they're not free to do that SpaceX crew dragon capsule and a falcon nine rocket are set to lift off with astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley on Wednesday gas prices hit the lowest in a while going into Memorial Day weekend the national average for this weekend is a dollar ninety four and even a dollar fifty in some states however it's predicted this won't last long as our country begins to reopen a tech company in Boston gasbuddy says we should be seeing the national average go up to about two twenty five to two fifty a gallon by this Labor Day so make sure to fill up now Casey right news ninety six point five W. DPO Volkswagen pulls an online ad after some people claimed it as racist undertones the car company has issued an apology about that ad saying it will look into why it was ever released on a German Instagram and Facebook pages hi folks wagon initially responded to complaints by saying the race of the people in the ten second clip was a relevant but later backpedaled when a board member and VW's head of diversity management both said they were horrified by the ad they said they cannot explain how an ad with so much suggestive and offensive imagery was ever released but they will investigate it and make the results and consequences public Laureline is ninety six point five W. DPO and if you need some great news to warm your spirits captain news but we are at right now and you.
SpaceX , One Week away from its first manned launch
"And we're now less than a week away from what NASA is calling a big day for our nation astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley arrived at Kennedy Space Center yesterday ahead of next Wednesday's launch to the international space station they will be the first astronauts to blast off from U. S. soil since two thousand eleven they'll fly aboard SpaceX's crew dragon capsule and spend at least two months at the