18 Burst results for "Cbo Observatory"
"cbo observatory" Discussed on The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe
"How fast is it within minutes. Like instantaneous kind of test. how about that a pre-test telling you if it comes up positive you go get another test. Yes oh for sure if any ad home test basically positive then you go get the real test. Yeah okay but i mean i agree with you too to some extent that would be amazing like in a perfect world but also in a if that were the case we wouldn't be in the predicament. We're in having a rapid to other countries have done in other countries have done massive testing beyond anything we've done that and their and their numbers are much better right so i think that you know even before we have a test that we can keep enlarge stock in our own home. It's a function of. Can they use this in schools. Can they use this for public transit. You know think about the cases where people are indirect contact and in those cases having a rapid test is going to be a game changer. But for me sitting at home not going into work know. I don't. I don't need to use those resources. No but it certainly would have changed the way. This winter is turning out to be absolutely we had we had. This should have been one of the big big priorities months and months ago. Imagine if we had this six months ago and that's a lot of things we could have done differently rights and this is just one. That's in the news because the fda one for the home so yeah. This is just another failure. So it's exciting. I mean hopefully. It'll be one more tool that we have. That will hopefully help get the sunday a pandemic under control. Yeah especially for folks who aren't aren't frontline. Workers don't have pre existing conditions like there's going to be a slog. there's a. There's a time delay between when most people are going to be able to get the vaccine. So yeah but think about it though because. Generally i think people being very lax if anything the test will might motivate some people not to get together when they would have otherwise. Done it You know what. I mean pro and probably less likely to give somebody a false sense of security that they otherwise wouldn't have had. Gosh i hope so. I hope it's not seen as like a green light to just go. Do whatever the hell you want is that would be really right. That is always that the the the false sense of security always resume or else we've onto some full news items by you're going to start by telling us about all the wonderful things that the cbo telescope has done for us yes. The iconic air cbo observatory is no more after a series of events leading to. Its collapse early in this december or a good idea is to go over what it was. What it what it has done interesting facts about it. In some of amazing accomplishments of the cbo observatory also known as the national astronomy. And i fear center and aic Is in puerto rico. Puerto rico and it's owned by the national science foundation nsf. It was created the year that i was born over a half century ago but luckily i'm nowhere near collapsing yet. The business end of it air cbo refer to the era cbo observatory assist air. Cbo the business end of air sea but was a three hundred and five meter or thousand foot spherical reflector dish. This was created using a natural sinkhole. Actually it was a karst sinkhole which basically means most singles are karst sinkholes. That just means that. The underlying rocks are soluble. And there's fisher's allowing drainage often into caves and stuff and don't look into this because it's a rabbit hole. It's the fascinating thing that i spent time looking into the making up. The dish was almost thirty. Nine thousand one by two meter aluminum panels and they were all supported by crisscrossing. Steel cables and underneath that on the ground was vegetation that didn't mind being in the shade so much specifically planted that there or they just group you know you don't care about the shade that much guess you would naturally grow there anyway. So but above all that then of course was and hung on cables was a steerable receiver and radar transmitters. And that's about one fifty meters or five hundred feet above the dishwasher. It's really way up there. I was actually. I thought i knew something about air. Cba there was a lot of. It's made even more amazing discoveries than i realized. Did you know that astronomers used to think that pulsars could be created by white dwarfs. I did not think that white works ruin contention to explain them early. On in the late sixties that was until the air was spotted. A pulsar in the crab nebula rotating every thirty three milliseconds. That's important though. Because white dwarfs can't do that which means that the argument that pulsars were actually a neutron stars. Got a huge boost. And which of course we soon found out that pulsars were in fact rotating neutron stars. So i guess it has to do with the mass of the white dwarf and just can't couldn't rotate that much mass it's not dense enough to rotate that fast. I assume So that was interesting. Thank you air cbo. Did you know that. W-was observations of the planet mercury in the ninety s suggested that ice might be permanently shadow craters at the poles nasa nasr's messenger spacecraft later confirmed that and you might be thinking of our moon right now and if so brought to you. This discovery on mercury raised the possibility that such crater ice is on the moon. And as you lunar files already know it certainly does. It is there. It is confirmed that isis definitely there in permanently shadowed. Parts of many different types of craters. So thank you. Eric cbo for that as well. And did you know that the air cba observatory sent the first message meant for aliens in one thousand nine hundred. Know that right not surprised They sent it to globular star. Cluster m thirteen and nineteen seventy four. It is said to be the most powerful signal ever sent from earth and it wasn't really like oh. Let's try to talk to aliens. It was more of a techno demo of the observatory's new high power radio transmitter than than anything else but still that's really cool And thirteen contains three hundred thousand stars and is about twenty five thousand light years away. The message itself was sixteen hundred seventy nine bits of information and it was in binary code Trying to Give some information about The chemical the chemicals in our dna. It had a stick figure sketch of human. If you put the if you put the information into into certain arrangement You'd see the figure it had a layout of our solar system et cetera. So so yeah that's signal was sent seventy four which means that it has eighteen ten thousandths of the way there for because we're forty six years into the twenty five thousand year trip so a long way to go. But thank you for that air cbo. Did you know. I did not know this. That air cbo detected the first indirect evidence of gravitational waves nineteen seventy four. It's not the first. What's the indirect evidence because we would know we had nowhere near the technology needed to detect them directly back then but they found a pulsar orbiting another star and as the star and the dead star spiraled closer and closer to each other. The energy that was lost during their changing orbits matched. What would be expected if that loss were due to gravitational waves emanating away it really it matched up so that was a really really good argument for the existence of gravitational waves without having to detect without having to have the insane accuracy that that lie go has today. They pretty much show that yet. It looks pretty damn good that gravitational waves actually exist. And how about this. Did you know that. This discovery of indirect evidence won the nobel prize in nineteen ninety-three three in physics. Did not remember that either. So thank you for that. Air cbo and finally. Let's see. did you know that air sea will detected the first exoplanets. I think. I think.
"cbo observatory" Discussed on Unexplained Mysteries
"Our collective imagination. We have seen it portrayed in Hollywood blockbusters like E. T. contact and the arrival but popular culture is also rife with alien encounters filled with chaos fiery explosions and fleeing masses. As you F os descend on our planet Skies Darken with storm clouds and the music swells dramatically and yet we don't actually know how people might react but scientists have tried to guess. According to a steady presented at the American Association for the Advancement of Science, by Professor Michael Varna Varnhem humans would most likely be able to handle evidence of extraterrestrial intelligence as long as aliens don't plan to invade. Varna added of course, I would predict that if a hostile armada showed up near Jupiter, we wouldn't be happy barnum study tested human reactions to the potential of aliens by presenting them with news headlines Real and fake. One hundred ninety headlines spoke about microbial fossils found on. Mars another touched on the discovery of habitable Earth sized planets in naturally one was about the wow signal from one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, seven, the study evaluated the words subjects used to describe their emotions after reading the headlines they distinguish their feelings by using words like happy or nice. Negative words included worried or annoyed no matter the topic the reaction was always overwhelmingly positive. So while we can't for sure whether or not the wow signal was sent by intelligent life forms in space. We can say that humans on earth are open to the idea of breaching contact, and as we've learned, an open mind is an excellent place to start as for the wow signal the mysteries still open ended. And scientists are still working to find answers. The signal could be an integral piece to a much much larger puzzle. They could come together at any second on the thirty fifth anniversary of the WOW signals transmission national geographic, and the CBO observatory beamed to response in the direction of the signals origin toward the Sagittarius Constellation contained within the beam were over ten thousand twitter messages and celebrity videos including a message from comedian Stephen Colbert making the case for why humans shouldn't be eaten. Scientists tried their best to make the message able to be decoded by intelligent life a representative from National Geographic stated. Each message will have a repeating sequence hetero attached leading the recipient know that the messages are intentional and from another intelligent life form. Additionally, the transmitter used yields a signal roughly twenty times stronger than that of the most powerful commercial radio transmitter. In earthly existence, the signal was sent on August, Fifteenth Two thousand twelve as of this recording, no reply has been received. But that could be because it's expected to arrive in the Messier fifty five star grouping in the year. Nineteen, thousand, six, hundred, twenty, two, we'll just have to wait to find out. Thanks again for tuning into unexplained mysteries, we will be back on Tuesday with a new episode. For more information on the wow signal amongst many sources we used we found Jerry humans, thirtieth anniversary report on the wow signal extremely to our research. You can find all episodes of unexplained mysteries and all other podcast originals for free on spotify not only does spotify already have all of your favorite music but now spotify is making it easy for you to enjoy all of your favorite podcast originals like unexplained mysteries. For free from your phone desktop or smart speaker to stream unexplained mysteries on spotify just open the APP and type unexplained mysteries in the search bar next time and remember never take. We don't no. For an answer unexplained mysteries was created by Max. Cutler and is a podcast studios. Original executive producers include Max and Ron Cutler sound design by Russell, Nash, with Production Assistance by Ron Shapiro Carly Madden and Travis Clark. This episode of unexplained mysteries was written by Sophie Stroll Meyer with writing assistance by Allie wicker and stars Molly Brandenburg and Richard Rosner. This nurse, you don't WanNa miss incredible feats the all new spotify original from podcast hosts Dan Cummins free freefall straight into the weirdest wildest achievements of all time new episodes, air every weekday search incredible feats, and follow free on spotify over ever you get your podcasts..
"cbo observatory" Discussed on The WIRED Podcast
"Turk high. And the TASHA Banal Learner. This was the week when Europe sweltered under unusually long and intense heat wave with the recording temperatures of thirty four degrees, Celsius or above for six consecutive days for the first time since one, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty, one scientists have warned that the climate crisis will continue to make extreme weather events such as more likely and more severe. Prison has entered the deepest recession since records began this week as official figures showed the economy shrank by more than any other major nation during the coronavirus outbreak in the three months to June UK GDP fell by twenty point four percent in the second quarter of twenty twenty more than double the full seen in the US. This is also the week when one of the biggest radio telescope in the world damaged in a tropical storm, the CBO Observatory and Puerto Rico with damaged when a cable snapped and smashed three the dish leaving a gash about thirty meters long opened in one, thousand, nine, sixty, three you might recognize the telescope from the James Bond Film. Goldeneye And finally this week when England began trials, they knew current contact tracing at of the fate of the previous effort. The is based on Pico an apple system which had initially rejected in favorites building its own. It's not cost twelve million pounds fifteen hundred in place for this one this new method. Islet Y and with health. And also Jesus can cure hedge on they're either venues. Before. We continue we should probably apologize if you're able to hear a low sort.
The Discovery of Exoplanets
"To this day in history class where we uncover a a new layer of history every day. Today is January ninth twenty twenty. The day was January ninth nineteen ninety-two radio. Astronomers Earth Alexander Volks German and Dale Frail announced the discovery of two planets orbiting the pulsar P. S. R. B. Twelve fifty seven Plus twelve. It was the first confirmed discovery of EXO planets exoplanets our planets beyond our solar system people people have thought that there were planets around other stars for centuries but scientists did not have the tools to detect them and there was no way to know what extra solar systems systems looks like and whether there was life there astronomers in the nineteen. Th Century claimed that they've seen EXO planets but their observations were discredited is credited the first evidence of a possible exit planet orbiting a White Dwarf named Van Manen to was recorded in nineteen seventeen and in nineteen eighty eight scientists. I proposed the existence of the EXO planet gamma Ab but it was not confirmed to be in orbit around around the Star Gamma CPI until two thousand and two using the auto CBO observatory. Puerto Rico. Astronomers Volks Chin and frail searched for new pulsars and February of Nineteen Ninety voest discovered a pulsar in the constellation Virgo. That spun on this axis one hundred in sixty one times per second for rotation period of six point twenty two milliseconds. The pollstar was called. PS are twelve fifty seven plus twelve with ps are standing pulsating source of radio and the following numbers representing the pulsar's right ascension and degrees of declaration modern conventions prefix older pulsar names with the letter. B since before nineteen ninety-three pulsars were given names according to their positions the B nineteen fifty coordinate system. Now their given names based on their position in the J. Two thousand coordinate system but the pulsar had regularities. It's pulsating period. Vocation and frail discovered that there were at least two planets orbiting. Sr B twelve fifty seven plus twelve the the exoplanets were named PS are twelve fifty seven plus Twelve C and P. S. twelve fifty seven plus. Twelve D or poltergeist aced phobic tour respectively. Both are around four times as massive as earth. One has an orbital period of sixty six point five days days and the other ninety eight point two days because the exoplanets are constantly hit with radiation from the pulsar there orbiting they are rocky and cannot support. Port organic life on January Ninth Nineteen ninety-two Frail and bolster published a paper in the Journal. Nature announcing their discovery of the two exoplanets planet's two years later boasted and his colleague macy's Edge Kotecki discovered a third planet in this system it is less massive than earth and has an orbital orbital period of twenty five point three days the planet likely formed from matter ejected into space during the Supernova explosion that created the pulsar in one thousand nine hundred five. Michelle your and Dea Kahlo discovered the first known exoplanet orbiting star similar to the sign since nineteen eighteen ninety two thousands of EXO planets have been discovered most of them confirmed by NAFTA's Kepler space telescope using the transit method. The transit method that detects exoplanets by measuring the dimming of a star as an orbiting body passes between it and earth if the dimming happens at regular intervals in last a set amount of time. Then it's likely that a planet orbiting the star the intensity of dimming helps scientists determine the size ratio between the Star and the planet exoplanets have also been discovered using other indirect methods like the radial velocity method.
"cbo observatory" Discussed on TechStuff
"This was the air CBO observatory in Puerto Rico and originally conceived back in the late nineteen fifties. This observatory had a large scale, I honest Feerick radar probe for many decades. It would be the home of the world's largest radar dish until China completed. The fast dish telescope in two thousand sixteen so this observatory in Puerto Rico could take measurements of the ionosphere and its interactions with electromagnetic fluctuations such as those from communication signals, or you know, maybe an EMP burst. It was originally included as part of the overall defender program out of Arba that was the largest project in Arpaio the ballistic missile defense program. The observatory have been used for numerous scientific projects still has still. It is. In fact, it e- even helped NASA pick the lunar landing sites for the Apollo missions. It's part of the national astronomy. And I honest fear center, which is operated by a cooperative agreement between the universities space research association, the university Dodd metropolitan a- and SRI international also in nineteen sixty three the villa project. Again, the villa project was the second largest project out of our pup behind defender. This was the one that was meant to detect nuclear detonations through various sensors this project advanced bit in nineteen sixty three a pair of satellites were launched from the United States just a few days after a new limited nuclear-test-ban treaty was signed between the US the UK and the Soviet Union. He satellites had special LA sensors aboard though sensors would be on the lookout for optical and electromagnetic. Signatures that would indicate a nuclear explosion in the atmosphere. So in other words, this is part of the equipment. The US would depend upon to make sure everyone was playing by the established rules of the band treaty. They would look for any evidence that someone was actually conducting tests when they weren't supposed to be the villa and defender projects both would continue to develop technologies that supported their respective project goals. So this was not the end of either project. I've got more to say, but let's take a quick break to thank our sponsors. To all my business owners out there. I know that marketing your business can be scary..
"cbo observatory" Discussed on This American Life
"Let's go talk to i need to talk to paul i want ask okay all is paul harwit's he's also a professor here and conveniently one of the pioneers behind the search for extraterrestrial life he's been at it for decades he did one of the early searches for extraterrestrial signals at the giant air cbo observatory there's a photo of him and carl sagan and steven spielberg close encounters et throwing the ons which for another telescope search for signals from other worlds i know paul because he taught one of my classes way back he's seventy four years old now all we need your help paul david customer i i hadn't reached out to paul originally because honestly i was intimidated i was upset about the fermi paradox i figured you'd think that was silly the now here we were and it crossed my mind for the first time that we might we might be alone and it made me really sad like that felt like a real thing yeah did you ever go through anything like that no because i don't think we're loan you don't know i think i think repair docks is a serious question yeah i think this probably some good answers the unbounded time is a problem maybe says civilizations don't last long enough to figure out how to travel between stars maybe they last ten thousand years or one hundred thousand years and maybe traveling through space is just too onerous the vast distances which has said in its own way but maybe civilizations live long enough to communicate with each other in which case we could hear from them we haven't been listening that long just a few decades and who knows we may not be looking in the right way paul's been thinking about that problem is interesting just as you walked in i'm working on a new scheme to do the entire sky all the time looking for optical pulses but you can't you cannot dismiss the family paradox yeah the best you can do is squirm wave your hands and say there are some ways for you not to be said.
"cbo observatory" Discussed on Dreamland
"And i've i've prompted up money information on a couple of articles i've written for whole cook prophecy about it and just a quick overview is that run midjuly um the ala cbo observatory in puerto rico with huge radar telescope dish on i think the second largest in the world um was picking up an unusual signal and a bell mendez who was overseeing that uh the astronomer there um did what astronomers should do check to see if there's any uh any nearby satellite geostationary or otherwise some humans source for these signals 'cause they seemed to be not not natural but more like somebody was making them uh so uh with some work he found out in triangulating really radio telescopes and found out that the signal was coming very from the source of looked like from ross one two eight um which is about levin light years away it's a small uh read dwarf star uh and he uh then checked it with some other sources and there was a geostationary satellite that they said was probably the source of the signals but what had uh dr arnn bell feeling odd was that it did not uh it did not show the signature of something that close it showed the signature something light years away still so they were going to set up and refined the signal by triangulating chile and some other radio telescopes but then hurricane maria came and basically took down on the power grid of.
"cbo observatory" Discussed on NPR News Now
"It is the ultimate revenge to become the most powerful man in the universe medical as communications director for the white house office of public liaison a terse white house statement says she's leaving to pursue other opportunities scott horsely npr news washington the federal reserve is expected to raise shortterm interest rates this afternoon after two days of policy meetings steve bucknor has details after holding the federal funds rate near for seven years the fed began raising that key money market rate gradually two years ago that officials have signalled they will continue that process today with another quarterpoint increase wall street is also anxious to see how many rate hikes the fed projects next year all as investors await the fed's rate hike decision the dow is up one hundred thirteen points the sp 500 gained three and the nasdaq composite is up eighteen this is npr news as unpredictable santa ana winds whip up again one of the biggest wildfires in california history is still threatening several communities despite earlier word of containment and evacuations continue for several seaside enclaves the thomas fire his burned more than nine hundred structures in santa barbara and ventura counties stargazers will get a double features sky show this week as npr's laurel walmsley reports the gemini meteor shower look coincide with an unusually close encounter by an asteroid the gemena to the most intense meteor shower of the year with as many as one to two meteors visible per minute across the night sky unlike must meteor showers which are debris from comments the gemini pieces of an asteroid they can penetrate deeper into earth's atmosphere than most other meteor showers creating long beautiful aarchs the gem and it will peak wednesday night and early thursday morning also visible in the night sky is the showers parent asteroid known as thirty two hundred faith in the rocky object has a highly eccentric orbit the takes it very close to the sun and on saturday it comes very close to earth the closest it will be until twenty 93 nasa plans to take detailed radar images of the asteroid from sites in the mojave desert and puerto rico's air cbo observatory.
"cbo observatory" Discussed on Astronomy Cast
"Financially in danger yeah and now i know cials pictures to the folks watching this live but while he awaits it could have been a lot worse but boy it really took a big hit so let's talk about new which will you go on talk about irreceivable right now and just what happened or do you want to kind of go back to the history first let's talk about what happened so for the first time since before the great depression a massive hurricane by which i mean it was at one point a category five hits puerto rico with wind speeds of over a hundred and fifty miles per hour and the iowa pretty much went across the center of the island with the edge of that i wall going straight over era cbo observatory the islanders completely devastated there is no other way to put it the entire power grid was knocked down fresh water system was mostly destroyed the roads are such a mass that there are basically not able to get into people except with helicopters now the thing about the observatory as it's a high up it's well above sea level it's well above worrying about a local damn they think might fall down it's well above the flood stage for that and from it's safe place that has generators that has food reserves that has a hilo pad they are in a position to work on helping get the entirety of the island back online so they're actually wear fema's currently headquartered but while they're they're helping to heal the whole island it's unclear what their own future might prank.
"cbo observatory" Discussed on KQED Radio
"He won the 2016 election there with more than twothirds of the vote and the president has by all appearances going all in for luther strang so of luther there are strange loses there's no other way to read it really than it being a knock against trump's political standing in his political power among his perceived of base the problem for the president is that there isn't a single public pulled that shows luther strange speeding way more for the republican nomination and i think that's one reason why trump seems to be hedging his betts he said during a alabama rally over the weekend that he might have made a mistake in backing strange men even promised to campaign for way more if roy more wins of those desert will if there's a good chance that strange could lose to more what happens to the senate leadership and mcconnell if if more becomes as under lowly estranges considered the less predictable or less unpredictable the the less risky bet and is is the safer bet for republican leaders who don't want or need any more dissent within the ranks and if strange loses the fear is that it could encourage more primary challenges to incumbents in some of the people that republicans are trying to recruit to run for democratic held seats so how much do we read into the outcome this election terms of larger political climate if there is always a risk in reading in tiff special elections because of so many other dynamics at play but i think if way more wins given all that president trump has has done to campaign for luther strange i think it it could mean that the populist revolt within the gop which which trump helped fuel could be even beyond that which president trump can influence in that which he can control so interesting appears jeff beneficial watch f you're welcome puerto rico's north coast is home to the air cbo observatory and.
"cbo observatory" Discussed on KQED Radio
"One of the world's largest radio telescopes in normally hums 247 gathering faint signals from objects in outer space are bouncing radar off asteroids but as empires pierce got newman reports hurricane maria has knocked the facility offline the era cbo observatory used to be the kind of place known mostly to scientists that is until it was the backdrop for the 1997 film contact after jodie foster played an astronomer whose team intercepts a mysterious signal from deep space i got an untested harry cbo is a one thousand foot dish sitting like a bull in a giant sinkhole as the observatory staff sheltered in place the storm's one hundred mph winds whipped through the surrounding hills and rattled a huge antenna suspended above the main dish sending it crashing down one of the radar systems with loss of my shell and maybe punctured the dishing with he places air siebe was built in the '60s and has numerous first to its credit it found the first planets around other stars it was also the first telescope to imagine asteroid it's still track socalled near earth objects that pass uncomforably close lance dinner of the jet propulsion laboratory has travelled to era cbo dozens of times he says he'd like to see the observatory back on line as soon as possible and harris ubuntu has on parallel cancer timite iran r kelly i mean it by harlem and bitter upon a turn radar and world until recently the aging facility was the world's largest single dish radiotelescope that's a status it lost to a new instrument in china and even before hurricane maria it's funding was in question jim all the studies with the national science foundation which funds the facility he says it's doing excellent science but it elorza uh overall fleet of dang that will fong day we go out late choi than we keep finding everything that at all the good news is that most of the telescopes equipment should still work once power is restored scott newman npr news.
"cbo observatory" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Observatory and one of the world's largest radio telescopes in normally hums 247 gathering faint signals from objects in outer space sir bouncing radar off asteroids but as an pierce scott newman reports hurricane maria has knocked the facility offline the era cbo observatory used to be the kind of place known mostly to scientists that is until it was the backdrop for the 1997 film contact after jodie foster a played an astronomer whose team intercepts a mysterious signal from deep space i gotta they got in a bad state hera cbo is a one thousand foot dish sitting like a bull in a giant sinkhole as the observatory staff sheltered in place the storm's one hundred mph winds whipped through the surrounding hills and rattled a huge antenna suspended above the main dish sending it crashing down nicholas white is with the universities space research association which helps run the observatory he says it could have been a lot worse we only got me confirm do we want to align feet from the unkind i for one of the radar system was lost give them up fouling maybe puncture the goodison with you klay who area siebe was built in the '60s in has numerous first to its credit it found the first planets around other stars it was also the first telescope to imagine asteroid it's still track socalled near earth objects the pass uncomfortably close lance spinner of the jet propulsion laboratory has travelled to ari cbo dozen of times he says he'd like to see the observatory back on line as soon as possible because there cbo just has on parallel sensitivity as a radar facility i mean it's by far the most sensitive monitoring radar and the world.
"cbo observatory" Discussed on KQED Radio
"One of the world's largest radio telescopes in normally hums 247 gathering faint signals from objects in outer space are bouncing radar off asteroids but as npr scott newman reports hurricane maria has knocked the facility offline the era cbo observatory used to be the kind of place known mostly to scientists that is until it was the backdrop for the 1997 film contact after jodie foster played an astronomer whose team intercepts a mysterious signal from deep space i gotta they got into that state harris cbo is a one thousand foot dish sitting like a bull in a giant sinkhole as the observatory staff sheltered in place the storm's one hundred mph winds whipped through the surrounding hills and rattled a huge antenna suspended above the main dish said ending a crashing down nicholas white is with the university space research association which helps run the observatory he says it could have been a lot worse we only got me confirm do we want to align feet from the town i for one of the radar quicken was lost foul on navy punctured the gatien with klay who harry cbo was built in the '60s and has numerous first to its credit it found the first planets around other stars it was also the first telescope to image asteroid it's still track socalled near earth objects the pass uncomfortably close lance banner of the jet propulsion laboratory has travelled to area cbo dozens of times he says he'd like to see the observatory back on line as soon as possible because harris ubuntu has on parallel sensitivity their radar facility i mean it's by far the most sensitive monitor radar and world until recently the aging facility was the world's largest single dish radiotelescope that's a status it lost to a new instrument in china and even before hurricane maria it's funding was in question jim over studies with the national science foundation which funds the facility he says it's doing excellent science but if you were to go over all we owe you're but will fund there we do how can they choi than we can't keep finding everything with koa the good news is that most of the telescopes equipment should still work once power is restored scott newman npr news this is npr news.
"cbo observatory" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Homes have been completely destroyed in harris county which includes houston and nearly forty four thousand homes were damaged a huge asteroid is hurtling toward earth but don't worry it's not the bruce willis movie armageddon the asteroid is named clearance san is almost a three mile wide rock that will pass safely within about four point four million miles of birth this morning nasa says and while a few million miles sound like a lot of room it's actually a pretty close task when you you're talking about the daphne space other asteroids have passed closer to earth in florence put you have been this big it's the largest asteroids have passed by our planet disclosed since nasa started their program to detect and track from your earth asteroids florence does offer a great opportunity for scientists to think that any asteroid longer than a half mile could have worldwide effects if it hit the planning to they'll study florence as it gives owned by nasa said they're goldstone solar system radar in california and the national science foundation's are cbo observatory in puerto rico will snap radar images images will help scientists learn more about the asteroids composition shape third his properties and roughness as well as the presence of older he also may learn whether or not florence has a satellite having florence do apply by his a lot easier than chasing down anasta reuters in space although nasa is doing that as well with its risis rex mission the spacecraft was launched in two thousand sixteen to chase down a potentially dangerous asteroid called the new it'll take a sample of that asteroid and in a.
"cbo observatory" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"A three mile wide rocked that will pass safely within about four point four million miles over this morning nasa says and wallop you million miles sounds like a lot of room it's actually a pretty close pass when you're talking about the vast nearest of space other asteroids have passed closer to earth in florence but you have been this big it's the largest asteroids have passed by our planet closed since nasa started their program to detect then track your earth asteroids florence does offer a great opportunity for scientists who think at any asteroid longer than a half mile could have worldwide effects if it hit the planet so they'll study lawrence as its lips owned by nasa said there goldstone solar system radar in california and the national science foundation's are cbo observatory in puerto rico will snap radar images the images will help scientists learn more about the asteroids composition kate circus properties and roughness as well as the presence of bolder they also may learn whether or not florence as a satellite having florence to apply by his a lot easier than casing down announced deroit space although nasa is doing that as well with its or risis rex mission is faced crap was launched in 2016 to chase down a potentially dangerous asteroid called banou it'll take a simple of that asteroid ten in a us based first bring that simple back you were you can try to see florence if you have a small telescope but study up on your astronomy charts and get ready in advance if you don't have a telescope you can watch the space rock online at the verge telescope project federal judge on tuesday temporarily blocked a texas law banning a second try mr abortion procedure set to go into effect in september judge lee equal of the us district court for the western district of texas granted a temporary restraining order delaying enforcement of the law until september 14th his order was in response to a lawsuit brought against the state of texas by planned parenthood the center for reproductive rights and other women's health groups the law senate bill eight in part banned the use of second trimester dilation an evacuation procedures a.
"cbo observatory" Discussed on The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe
"So that's the surface area of the dish built into a natural base and in the ground and the service area the dish is forty eight point five acres whoa so thank you your neighbors farm wherever you are lau already 85 tories with his who hacked hillary's than in acres of federal epa to have any alludes would it take to buy that oh my gosh chaeho was thinking right now at udine hectares what is happening in my brain had there's many how many furlongs stab edward r ordinary to take me to walk all the way around it i can still a fortnight in england do you guys say fortnight in australia and new absolutely that's a normal thing they do so in fact he's my my favorite unit of measurement ever is the smoot which she could look at look at a look at on low it up a life and you can use smooth novel ways such as the speed of light in a smooth light oh my god will support a smooth equal to oliver smooth height at the time of the prank five feet seveninch it oh that's a larry us this is a non standard humorous unit of hectares two point four seven one acres gotcha forty anc in waiting five eggers is the size of this dish back to fast now if you want to get an image of your mind with looks like the basic design of fast is similar to the air cbo observatory radiotelescope and if you remember that's was featured in the movie contact i love that movie the earth cbo observatory is in the early part of the movie were doctor elie airway goes to use it to search for alien life so very cool.
"cbo observatory" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Parole hearing this week that could see him released from a mediumsecurity nevada prison as early as october i now why are we lawyers familiar with simpson's case say that the now seventy yearold diabetic is likely to make parole what is life outside of the prison walls will be is still very much up for debate simpson's upcoming parole hearing which comes more than eight years after he was found guilty in two thousand eight of arm robbery kidnapping and other charges is just the latest incident in the decades long saga of the disgraced hall of fame running back over the weekend martin landau the allpurpose actor who showcased his versatility is a master of disguise on the mission impossible tv series and as a broken down bela lugosi in his oscarwinning performance and ed wood has died he was eighty nine years old great actor fewer people are watching the local television news these days according to numbers from pu that's a survey company in fact the three most important time slots early morning early evening and late night for nbc a b c and cbs and fox local affiliate channels have all seen a steady decay klein since two thousand seven late night newscasts have been hit the hardest dropping thirty one percent off cosmos or listening to coast goes know how these days winnie the pooh may be unbearable for the chinese president the character has reportedly been censored on the internet in china by chinese officials the bbc claims that pu as been censored because bloggers have been comparing him to china's president stargazers have received saberi particular signals very strange while observing a distant dwarf star experts listening and on the era cbo observatory were on a planet spotting mission when the strange pulses came over the radio between april and may however while some i have not ruled out the possibility that the signals were produced by aliens it's not currently the top theory about their origin let's check in with such shaw stack from the city and to to search for extraterrestrial intelligence seth what is this all about well george that's the thing nobody knows for sure but they did pick up them signal and may even mind that area cbo telescope it's a.
"cbo observatory" Discussed on KELO
"Has a parole hearing this week that could see him released from a mediumsecurity nevada prison as early as october i now why our warriors familiar with simpson's case say that the now 70yearold diabetic is likely to make parole what is life outside of the prison walls will be is still very much up for debate simpson's upcoming parole hearing which comes more than eight years after he was found guilty in two thousand eight of our i'm rob arri kidnapping and other charges is just the latest incident in the decades long saga of the disgraced hall of fame running back over the weekend martin landau the allpurpose actor who showcased his versatility is a master of disguise on the mission impossible tv series and as a broken down bela lugosi in his oscarwinning performance and ed wood has died he was eighty nine years old great actor her fewer people are watching the local television news these days according to numbers from you that's a survey company in fact the three most important time slots early morning early evening and late night for nbc a b c and cbs and fox local affiliate channels have all seen a steady he declined since two thousand seven late night newscasts have been hit the hardest dropping thirty one percent wants cosmos people are listening to coast to coast and a half these days winnie the pooh may be unbearable for the chinese president the character has reportedly been censored on the internet in china by chinese officials the bbc claims that pu as been censored because bloggers have been comparing him to china's precedent stargazers have received some very particular signals very strange while observing a distant dwarf star experts listening and on the era cbo observatory were on a planet spotting mission when the strange pulses came over the radio between april and may however while some i have not ruled out the possibility that the signals were produced by aliens it's not currently the top theory about their origin let's check in with such shot stacked from the city institute search for extraterrestrial intelligence surf what is this all about well george that's the thing nobody knows for sure but they did pick up them signal in may he been mind that area cbo telescope is a.