17 Burst results for "Brandy Dean"

"brandy dean" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"brandy dean" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"That hijacked Flora queen. That change doesn't work. Well, I have the Corona virus and I was going downhill. All right, Anthony exacted gave it saved his life. Goodnight. Everybody see tomorrow morning. Heavy rain and wildfires. Astronauts return to the planet. By Melvin hanging tropical storm he saw yous could make landfall as a hurricane along the South Carolina Coast Meteorologist Tom Sater says emergency responders are already strained. First responders are maxed out. A limit with everything they'd been doing and you toss in some water rescues some more evacuations and they're gonna be strapped in Riverside County, California Thousands of people are under evacuation orders after a wildfire in mountains east of Los Angeles, exploded in size as crews battle flames in triple digit heat. No injuries so far. But no containment either. The first astronauts to ride a space X capsule into orbit splashed down in the Gulf of Mexico today, NASA TV correspondent Brandy Dean was there when the capsule hit the water. It was amazing. I wish everybody could have had my view. Beautiful, gorgeous day water is mom. Really the best whether we could have asked for work on DH. We did We heard the funny foods as it made. It really works by early on, and the parachute deployment was very exciting for everybody was Saturday here. Joe Biden's choice for a vice presidential running mate may come as early as this week. One candidate is Democratic Senator Tammy Duckworth's Ah, former U. S. Army lieutenant colonel who lost both legs in the Iraq war. When her helicopter was hit by a rocket propelled grenade fired by insurgents, Duck Worth told Fox News Sunday. Biden has a rich field of running mates from which to choose any one of the women's whose names have been mentioned to be being considered our fabulous women and well prepared to step up and do the job of vice president or step up and take over as president. If needed,.

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"brandy dean" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"brandy dean" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Wildfires. Astronauts Return to the planet by Nevin Hanning Tropical storm the soya sauce could make landfall as a hurricane along the South Carolina coast meteorologist Tom Sater says emergency responders are already strained. First responders are maxed to the limit with everything they'd been doing and you toss in some water rescues some more evacuations and they're gonna be strapped in Riverside County, California Thousands of people are under evacuation orders after a wildfire in mountains east of Los Angeles, exploded in size as crews battle flames in Apple digit heat. No injuries so far, but no containment, either. The first astronauts to ride a space X capsule into orbit splashed down in the Gulf of Mexico today, NASA TV correspondent Brandy Dean was there when the capsule hit the water. It was amazing. I wish everybody could have had my view that gorgeous day. Water is really the best whether we could have asked for Andi did we heard the funny foods as medical impact? How we worked with by early on as a parent, you very site for everybody who was Saturday. Joe Biden's choice for a vice presidential running mate may come as early as this week. One candidate is Democratic Senator Tammy Duckworth's A former U. S. Army lieutenant colonel who lost both legs in the Iraq war when her helicopter was hit by a rocket propelled grenade fired by insurgents, Duck Worth told Fox News Sunday. Biden has a rich field of running mates from which to choose any one of the women's whose names have been.

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"brandy dean" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"brandy dean" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Heavy rain and wildfires. Astronauts return to the planet by heaven handing Tropical storm he saw yes could make landfall as a hurricane along the South Carolina coast meteorologist Tom Sater says emergency responders are already strained. First responders are maxed to the limit with everything they'd been doing. And you toss in some water rescues some more evacuations and they're gonna be strapped in Riverside County, California Thousands of people are under evacuation orders after a wildfire in mountains east of Los Angeles, exploded in size as crews battle flames in triple digit heat. No injuries so far. But no containment either. The first astronauts to ride a space X capsule into orbit splashed down in the Gulf of Mexico today, NASA TV correspondent Brandy Dean was there when the capsule hit the water. It was amazing. I wish everybody could have had my view that beautiful gorgeous day water is really the best. Whether we could have asked, work on we did we heard the funny food has made it very highly workable by Hurley on the Paris you 30 point fighting for me, but he was battered here. Joe Biden's choice for a vice presidential running mate may come as early as this week. One candidate is Democratic Senator Tammy Duckworth's A former U. S. Army lieutenant colonel who lost both legs and the Iraq war when her helicopter was hit by a rocket propelled grenade fired by insurgents, Duck Worth told Fox News Sunday. Biden has a rich field of running mates from which to choose any one of the women's whose names have been mentioned to be being considered our fabulous women and well prepared to step up and do the job of vice president or step up and take over as president. If needed, But I can tell you this that I would do everything I can to support Joe Biden to get elected. No matter where he thinks, actually. What position I should play on the team. I'm Evan Haining. More than 100,000 Americans have died of the.

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"brandy dean" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"brandy dean" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"F M WOODBRIDGE, Washington more than ever defend on 105.9 FM, a cumulus stations news, heavy rain and wildfires. Astronauts return to the planet. Handing Tropical storm joyous could make landfall as a hurricane along the South Carolina coast meteorologist Tom Sater says emergency Sponder czar already strained First responders are maxed to the limit with everything they have been doing and you toss in some water rescues Seymour evacuations and they're gonna be strapped in Riverside County, California Thousands of people are under evacuation orders after a wildfire in mountains east of Los Angeles, exploded in size as crews battle flames in triple digit heat. No injuries so far, but no containment, either. The first astronauts to ride Oh Space X capsule into orbit splashed down in the Gulf of Mexico today, NASA TV correspondent Brandy Dean was there when the capsule hit the water. It was amazing. I was everybody could have had my view that gorgeous day, Mom really the best whether we could have asked for Andi did we heard the funny foods as a medical impact We working with By early on as a parachute, and he was battered here. Joe Biden's choice for a vice presidential running mate may come as early as this week. One candidate is Democratic Senator Tammy Duckworth's Ah, former U S. Army lieutenant colonel who lost both legs in the Iraq war when her helicopter was hit by a rocket propelled grenade fired by insurgents, Duck Worth told Fox News Sunday. Biden has a rich field of running mates from which to choose any one of the women's whose name I've been mentioned to be being considered our fabulous women and well prepared to step up and do the job of vice president or step up and take over as president if needed..

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"brandy dean" Discussed on Q95

Q95

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"brandy dean" Discussed on Q95

"What is it again? Topal Topal taco. The other story. No, it's taco g Joe taco. Jim them together. Kristie? Anymore? Piece. Assault. Change the subject show update on the space. Walk. Yes. This is a legit story. Yeah. Had to cancel its all female spacewalk. It was gonna be the first time this ever happened due to they didn't have anything to wear. Right. Sizing issue. Astronaut MacLean was supposed to float out of the international space station with newly-arrived Christina coke to replace old batteries. Right. Coke for now. Could be. Mccain yourself from the lineup because there's not enough time to get to medium size suits, ready for them. Nasa. Spokeswoman brandy dean McCain and trained in both medium and large spacesuits before deciding the large would be too big for her training. They wear Bruening broS really that's going here. Those women astronauts have say what she didn't. She didn't want wear. She didn't want to wear the same outfit. So she wasn't going to go out of the. Suzy's? They could have done it with if they could have had an all female. What? Not sin not send the guy with her. Go down chicks problem chicks. Tom's brain. Doc, if they wanna have they would have an all female spacewalk her go out alone. Females. You gotta have a buddy buddy out there space when you go into space. Well, what are you wearing when you come out of space? I was waiting to go. More Bob and Tom extra. He's coming up next over the last hundred years cutting corners has become a way of life quality has gone out of the clues we wear the very foods. We'd people have reluctantly accepted Goodenough at Bush family.

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"brandy dean" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

Houston We Have a Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"brandy dean" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

"And they said you you just get used to it. It's foggy and you know, make it through. And after about a week. You'll be right. Yeah. And I think you might be a little bit better than than most. Maybe I'm assuming just because of your the way that your career has been is launching yourself into new things and just learning it. Yes, or no. So I'll say, you know, mentally, I I know how to approach it, and and just kind of be prepared for the for the unknown. But you know, what's interesting is at physically, there's really no correlation between what people have done in the past versus how they are on station. You know, as far, you know, we talked about nausea lied. You know, some people get nauseous and some people don't, and you would think. Okay. Well, I bet the test pilots that tumble and do all these loops and all these aerobatics maneuvers. They probably don't get as as as sick. But that's actually not true. It's really genetics and how you are made up and there's no predicting it. So I don't know if I'm going to be one of those nauseous people or people that get off, you know, the the vehicle and be okay. And I guess we'll find out. Well, I cannot wait. I think it's going to be a very exciting mission. So an thank you so much for spending. This this few minutes with me. Yeah. Thank you for having me. Hey, thanks for sticking around. So today, we talked with Colonel end the clan and got her story right before her launch. In McLean is on social media. You can follow her on Twitter at Astro animal animal has two ends in it because her name's an animal and Astra animal. Okay. Nasa dot gov slash ISS is also where you can find little latest updates on. What's going on aboard, the international space station and follow along as an completes hundreds of experiments during her time in space wall? So be telling those stories on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram on the international space station accounts. You can use the hashtag ask NASA on any one of those accounts. Submitting idea for the show and make sure to mention is for Houston. We have a podcast, and we will answer it here. So this episode was recorded on October fourth twenty eighteen thanks to Alex Perryman John stole Pat, Ryan, norm. Ran John Streeter and brandy dean, thanks again to Colonel Ann McLean for coming on the show godspeed. We'll be back next week.

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"brandy dean" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

04:50 min | 3 years ago

"brandy dean" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

"Little rodent teeth. So, yeah, they, they get on the, they seems to be some attraction to the insulation around wise mice of the same rats. Girls? Yeah, they'll do an incident in his car where they were. There was a rodent, Jim, why to electric wire, they just love the flavor. Passes tippety the by Chew Choon too. If there's enough voltage, that'll be the last thing they do, but I'm about necropsy, nephews, vault, jeez. And once you get rid of the installation, this always the chance to show sick and things go wrong. I'm I've had mice in the flow in between the two upstairs downstairs. He that a chewed through my Allom in chelation than alums system mad. So that just that's just a nightmare and you, you can't fly in their plane, but got a a riding loosen it. You've just got to exterminate all catchy it all something. So if got lease inside the, that would have been the Crump grounded until they managed to find it. Here's the real public service announcement. If you're on an aircraft, if you've board in an aircraft and the airline s you to get off for any reason, you should probably just go ahead and comply because the next step is you're going to be forcibly removed from that aircraft. And talking to police? Yeah, saly another public service announcement. Yes. You're welcome. That's rare. Okay. Continuing on. So use rocket launch failure forces emergency landing for the US Russian space station crew. And that was actually earlier today Thursday, a Russian Soyuz rocket carrying a new US Russian crew to the international space station failed during its ascent Thursday, October eleventh ending its crew capsule falling back toward earth. In a ballistic reentry NASA officials said a search and rescue team has reached the landing site. Both crew members are in good condition and have left the Soyuz caps capsule as of six, ten AM eastern daylight time NASA, spokesperson. Brandy, dean said during live television commentary, Russian space agency. Roscosmos has released photographs of both astronauts being checked over after their abrupt landing the Soyuz rocket and it so. I use MS ten space capsule lifted off from the cosmodrome in Kazakhstan at about four forty, seven AM our eastern time with NASA. Astronaut, Nick Haig, and Cozma cosmonaut Alexei Alexei over Sheena. N- aboard the pair were due to join the three person expedition fifty, seven crew already aboard the international space station, but something went wrong minutes after liftoff sending this capsule into a ballistic reentry. I have a link here did a little bit of searching. I don't believe article had the video, but there there's a YouTube video of the. There's a camera mounted inside of the capsule showing the crew and the moment that things go wrong. And apparently the one of the the main booster was opposed to separate at that point in the launch and it didn't. And because of that, they knew that the crew was. The whole mission was in danger, and so that initiated the sequence for the emergency lists every entry I think or something. Yeah. So basically, it's kind of like a tried to find some information about exactly what happens there, but apparently there's a like a rocket on the on the escape tower. That's part of the the assembly where the capsule is and it fires off, and then it separates it self from the the main rocket. And then the capsule is myself. And then a couple of parachutes come up and they're not fully inflated at that point. They're more streamlined, I guess, because you probably can't have fully invalid era. Shoots up a super high altitude or maybe just compressibility of air or the fact that there are very few air molecules. Molecules up there that there's really nothing to fully open up the the parachutes. I'm not sure if FOSS. FOSS ver- full. That might be to just shred. So it's probably just something that access something to and drag the try to slow the thing down. And then as it gets into the richer, thicker atmosphere, then probably safe to fully. I'm not sure exactly how that works, but I'm not..

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"brandy dean" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

Houston We Have a Podcast

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"brandy dean" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

"John bring your. Myspace. Hey, thanks for sticking around. So today we talked with Dr Mike Barrett about his story to the travelling to the international space station, and also his view of the five hazards of human spaceflight. That's radiation and isolation, and confinement distance from earth, altered gravity and then hostile and closed environments. So this was sort of a prelude because coming up soon, we're going to actually have episodes that go dive deep into these five hazards, each of them, one episode per hazard. We haven't recorded them. So if you have any questions, please send them in use the hashtag, ask NASA, and just make note that it's for Houston. We have a podcast and we'll actually put them into those episodes. Answer the questions associated with each of those five hazards. You can also listen to other episodes of Houston. We have a podcast we call him episodes just to for our sake, but really, you don't really have to listen to them in any particular order. Otherwise you can check out our other NASA podcast, gravity assist and NASA in Silicon Valley. You can go to NASA. Dot gov slash. I s s that's the international space station website to find out what's going on the international space station that helps us to identify these five hazards. Otherwise he can go to NASA gov slash HR p. in this human research program site on social media international space stations on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Again, use the hashtag NASA really send in your questions, and we're going to put them in these episodes. So this podcast was recorded on may. Seventh and may twenty third twenty eighteen. Thanks to Alex Perryman, Pat Ryan, Laurie Abadi, brandy, dean, Bill Stafford, and Milwaukee. Adding things again to Dr Mike Barrett for coming on the show. We'll be back next week.

"brandy dean" Discussed on NASACast Audio

NASACast Audio

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"brandy dean" Discussed on NASACast Audio

"John bring your. Myspace. Hey, thanks for sticking around. So today we talked with Dr Mike Barrett about his story to the travelling to the international space station, and also his view of the five hazards of human spaceflight. That's radiation and isolation, and confinement distance from earth, altered gravity and then hostile and closed environments. So this was sort of a prelude because coming up soon, we're going to actually have episodes that go dive deep into these five hazards, each of them, one episode per hazard. We haven't recorded them. So if you have any questions, please send them in use the hashtag, ask NASA, and just make note that it's for Houston. We have a podcast and we'll actually put them into those episodes. Answer the questions associated with each of those five hazards. You can also listen to other episodes of Houston. We have a podcast we call him episodes just to for our sake, but really, you don't really have to listen to them in any particular order. Otherwise you can check out our other NASA podcast, gravity assist and NASA in Silicon Valley. You can go to NASA. Dot gov slash. I s s that's the international space station website to find out what's going on the international space station that helps us to identify these five hazards. Otherwise he can go to NASA gov slash HR p. in this human research program site on social media international space stations on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Again, use the hashtag NASA really send in your questions, and we're going to put them in these episodes. So this podcast was recorded on may. Seventh and may twenty third twenty eighteen. Thanks to Alex Perryman, Pat Ryan, Laurie Abadi, brandy, dean, Bill Stafford, and Milwaukee. Adding things again to Dr Mike Barrett for coming on the show. We'll be back next week.

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"brandy dean" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

Houston We Have a Podcast

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"brandy dean" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

"During the month of august he'll appear in a few episodes of a series of podcast we're doing about the hazards of human spaceflight part one of five in that series is slated to post august tenth i mentioned that this is episode fifty three of our weekly podcast efforting 's here at the johnson space center so the first episode of the second year of houston we have a podcast if you're new to the podcast i recommend giving listen to number fifty to houston we have a birthday where you can hear clips from many of the first year shows and get a sense of the range of topics we're working to cover i can also recommend some other nasa podcasts including gravity assist from nasa headquarters with dr jim gene he's one of the smartest guys ever about mars exploration than other topics planetary science there's the new rocket ranch podcast from the nasa kennedy space center their first episode is about mars two and don't forget the nasa in silicon valley podcast from our friends at the nasa ames research center where they talk about their research including some of it is taking place on the international space station your home online for everything nasa is nasa dot gov including the latest on our deep space exploration projects please join us on your favorite social media platform you can find us on facebook twitter instagram use the hashtag ask nasa to submit a suggested topic be sure to mention that its spore houston we have a podcast this episode was recorded on may eighteenth 2018 thanks to our audio wizard alex perryman kelly humphries bill stafford milwida and brandy dean and our guest dr stan love we'll be back next week

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"brandy dean" Discussed on NASACast Audio

NASACast Audio

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"brandy dean" Discussed on NASACast Audio

"During the month of august he'll appear in a few episodes of a series of podcast we're doing about the hazards of human spaceflight part one of five in that series is slated to post august tenth i mentioned that this is episode fifty three of our weekly podcast efforting 's here at the johnson space center so the first episode of the second year of houston we have a podcast if you're new to the podcast i recommend giving listen to number fifty to houston we have a birthday where you can hear clips from many of the first year shows and get a sense of the range of topics we're working to cover i can also recommend some other nasa podcasts including gravity assist from nasa headquarters with dr jim gene he's one of the smartest guys ever about mars exploration than other topics planetary science there's the new rocket ranch podcast from the nasa kennedy space center their first episode is about mars two and don't forget the nasa in silicon valley podcast from our friends at the nasa ames research center where they talk about their research including some of it is taking place on the international space station your home online for everything nasa is nasa dot gov including the latest on our deep space exploration projects please join us on your favorite social media platform you can find us on facebook twitter instagram use the hashtag ask nasa to submit a suggested topic be sure to mention that its spore houston we have a podcast this episode was recorded on may eighteenth 2018 thanks to our audio wizard alex perryman kelly humphries bill stafford milwida and brandy dean and our guest dr stan love we'll be back next week

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"brandy dean" Discussed on NASACast Audio

NASACast Audio

03:58 min | 3 years ago

"brandy dean" 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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"brandy dean" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

Houston We Have a Podcast

03:58 min | 3 years ago

"brandy dean" 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

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"brandy dean" Discussed on NASACast Audio

NASACast Audio

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"brandy dean" Discussed on NASACast Audio

"John. Myspace. Hey, thanks for sticking around. So today we talked with Dr Serena on and chancellor. She's going to be going to the international space station here in a few weeks so you can follow her on her social media accounts. She's on Twitter at Astro Serena, and she'll be sharing some pictures and some stories from her time aboard, the international space station. You can also go to NASA dot gov, slash ISS to get the latest and greatest on things going on aboard, the international space station, but also how you can launch her. Watch her launch live. We can also be streaming it on social media, especially Facebook, but I think it'll be on Twitter, maybe now not Instagram, but you anyway, you can follow us on any one of those platforms, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, the international space station accounts there. Otherwise you can listen to other stories going on across the center are actually across the agency and other NASA podcasts. So there's gravity assist hosted by Dr Jim green up at NASA headquarters and the NASA in Silicon Valley, tell stories of different scientists and engineers, and some of the cool stuff they're doing over at the Ames research center in California. But if you go. To social media on our accounts on the international space station accounts, you can use the hashtag, ask NASA on of your favorite platform. Whichever one you want to submit an idea or maybe you have a question for the show and just make sure to mention it's for Houston. We have a podcast and we'll see if we can answer it or maybe dedicated entire episode to it. So this episode was recorded on March ninth twenty eighteen. Thanks to Alex Perryman Johnstone Pat Ryan John street or brandy dean and Kelly Humphries and thanks again to Dr Serena on and chancellor for coming on the show. We'll be back next week.

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"brandy dean" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

Houston We Have a Podcast

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"brandy dean" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

"Bring your myspace hey thanks for sticking around so as promised i'm gonna give you the magic link to apply to be a flight director it's pretty simple it's go dot nasa dot gov slash flight director you can go there and learn what it takes to be a flight director and then actually apply if you wanna learn more about what it takes they actually have a brand new blog post that just posted on nasa dot tumbler dot com is called five myths about becoming a flight director colonel creamer also talked about this flight directors book that will be posted on april sixteenth www dot nasa dot gov slash e books it's called the iss colon operating outpost in the new frontier and you can learn about what it takes to work in michigan troll and then everything about it if you wanna learn more about what's going on at nasa there are two other podcasts that you can listen to what is called gravity assist hosted by dr jim green talks about planetary science otherwise you can listen to nasa in silicon valley that's from our friends over at the ames research center that talk about some of the research that goes on the international space station if you want more information about the space station specifically nasa dot gov slash iss is a great place for that otherwise you can join the conversation on social media where on facebook twitter instagram under as the international space station you can go to any one of those accounts and use the hashtag ask nasa on your favorite platform to submit an idea and we'll make sure to either answer it on a future episode or dedicate entire episode to it just make sure to mention is for houston we have a podcast this episode was recorded on march twenty ninth twenty eighteen thanks to alex perriman greg weisman pat ryan brandy dean and the flight directors in our flight operations directorate for helping to put this episode together so quickly thanks again to colonel tj creamer for coming on the show we'll be back next week.

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"brandy dean" Discussed on NASACast Audio

NASACast Audio

05:34 min | 3 years ago

"brandy dean" Discussed on NASACast Audio

"All right, cool. So that's uh, that's pretty much like the the some of the coolest parts about the rapid prototype lab, right? Is you you got these simulators? And we just took it to launch entry and Pat aboard one, and you can actually sit in the rapid prototype latte and feel all of this kind of real time. You're not just do in the audio, but you're talking about the vibrations, the the visuals, all this things is all these things, These elements so that the crew can actually learn what they're what they're like and resigered familiarization tool of Yemen done it. You can get in there. And in Kinda give you an idea that the instruct us was how many of those little attitude control jets fire in how much you're they're really happening there. It's not something you surrounded his Think about you think of a launch, its a door. Aurora goes down. You'll hear a lot of those things, Van the entry. It's a whole different thing and you're hearing the pyrotechnics fires seeing the pair sheets come out through the windows and totally different experience. So we use that tool along with the other simulators to help the crew get familiar with these white phases or. Learn how to interface for the vehicle in the displays that were building. So it's great tool. Exactly. I'm imagining like an emergency situation too, because if you're if you're taking some one through the rapid prototype lab and you know to listen forth a thump thump thumped thump, you know, something wasn't going right? You can actually it's it. You've lived at you've experienced its you can actually report something, Hey, maybe something's not going the way that I want our maybe we need to think about, uh, this emergency response scenario because this I'm not hearing or experiencing at the way that I experienced it in the repre prototype lab. Let's exactly as awesome. And I'm sure a lot of these lessons learned going to be taken on future missions to so Where's where's Ryan going next? So were the next flight is an unmanned flight EM one near in a few years here And, uh, you know, now we're we've got, you know, missions intervened to find you know, in the vicinity of the Moon or around the moon. So that's the next stop in old fall a few years later by a crew up sleep during that same type of flight profile, you. And I think as time goes on, We're going to get in a war clarification, you know, with our schedule and budgets and direction from the president in Congress, You know where our next You know stops will be. And so we're excited for that. We're building the capability right now. We'll be ready and keep those missions as right, just amazing in talking to you and then all these other Orion experts. You kinda get the whole picture of everything that's going into this writers. There's so many different elements that so many different people working on all these different things that helped to make this mission successful. So it's kind of exciting that when you see this this thing launch, You know, it just looks like a launched to, but then you think about all the work and all the people that work so hard and diligently to make this moment possible. It's kinda It's got an inspiring to to see that thing unlocked Petr a will be, you know, one a final. He does a very excited for it. Will Jeff a thank you so much for coming on the podcast today in taking us through the super-cool audio experience. A really truly felt like I was on a Ryan That's the whole purpose less really by wanted to bring you in. It's just I I. I felt it, man, I really I as is the different experiencing you're right. It's it's it's can help with the training and understanding what this vehicle is all about and learning uh, bringing all these teams Together's. He can make it the best possible. Thanks. Why pushy coming on today? Thank you for having me. In life. Hey, army on there. My overriding. The wringer mainly not. Among the bringing them ornaments. Hey, thanks for sticking around. So today we talked with Jeff Fox and he took us through a ride on a Ryan, and the really felt like it, right? I hope you actually turned up. You're a the podcast volume whenever you, You're listening to that stuff because especially if you have like a theater or something, you can really feel it. We are do. We were in the studio editing this, And it really felt like we were on that launch. Everything was vibrating It was is kind of awesome. So I hope you did that. If not You can go back and listen to it. But if you want to see more on Ryan, You go to our website, a NASA, Doug of slash Orion. Actually, the assent abort two capsule just arrived at the Johnson Space Center a not too long ago and is being outfitted to start the next abort, test mission. So it's kinda cool actually, if you go back to I think is episode. Marseille 25. It's a the episode tireless a rocket on a rocket. You can learn a little bit more about a board systems launch abort systems Ben, and we're going to be doing a two coming up here soon. Other than that on a Nastase website ends a anything Orion You can find on social media. You can go to the Orion pages on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, on Facebook, its NASA, Orion Twitter. It's at NASA underscore Orion. And then on Instagram, It's at explore NASA actually as one of the channels that we have the has a little bit of Ryan little of SOS, so you can see a lot of cool stuff there. I even use the hashtag, ask NASA underplay the favor platform to submit ideas for the podcast Mabel answer it in one of the episodes and maybe will dedicate an entire episode to it. So this podcast was recorded on February seventh 2018 thanks to Alex Perry men Greg wisemen tummy Gerzat Rachel craft lower Sean Brandy Dean Kelly Humphreys and Ryan Stewart. And I wanted to give my condolences to Jeff Fox. He was talking about His father, Mike Fox during this podcast and just wanted to say rest in peace. He passed away very recently. And I want to thank Jeff again for coming on the show today. We'll be back next week.

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"brandy dean" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

Houston We Have a Podcast

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"brandy dean" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

"In life hey army on there my overriding the wringer mainly not among the bringing them ornaments hey thanks for sticking around so today we talked with jeff fox and he took us through a ride on a ryan and the really felt like it right i hope you actually turned up you're a the podcast volume whenever you you're listening to that stuff because especially if you have like a theater or something you can really feel it we are do we were in the studio editing this and it really felt like we were on that launch everything was vibrating it was is kind of awesome so i hope you did that if not you can go back and listen to it but if you want to see more on ryan you go to our website a nasa doug of slash orion actually the assent abort two capsule just arrived at the johnson space center a not too long ago and is being outfitted to start the next abort test mission so it's kinda cool actually if you go back to i think is episode marseille 25 it's a the episode tireless a rocket on a rocket you can learn a little bit more about a board systems launch abort systems ben and we're going to be doing a two coming up here soon other than that on a nastase website ends a anything orion you can find on social media you can go to the orion pages on facebook twitter instagram on facebook its nasa orion twitter it's at nasa underscore orion and then on instagram it's at explore nasa actually as one of the channels that we have the has a little bit of ryan little of sos so you can see a lot of cool stuff there i even use the hashtag ask nasa underplay the favor platform to submit ideas for the podcast mabel answer it in one of the episodes and maybe will dedicate an entire episode to it so this podcast was recorded on february seventh 2018 thanks to alex perry men greg wisemen tummy gerzat rachel craft lower sean brandy dean kelly humphreys and ryan stewart and i wanted to give my condolences to jeff fox he was talking about his father mike fox during this podcast and just wanted to say rest in peace he passed away very recently and i want to thank jeff again for coming on the show today we'll be back next week.

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