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"chris cassidy" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"A photo of the sign for their stand. Kids can apply with their parents permission at country time bailout dot com. The deadline. Is August 12th. It's a big day for Chris Cassidy and Robert Bank in the NASA astronauts will take what is the space agency's 300 U. S. Space walk. We're up at the international Space station. They'll be doing some upgrades, including some work on a Canadian space agency robot. They'll also be removing two fixtures at the base of the station solar arrays that were used prior to launch Spacewalk is expected to take about seven hours. I've got a new environmental problem in Australia. That's where luxury homes are said to be falling into the ocean because of coastal erosion. This is in New South Wales state, where residents of some 40 houses on one brawl beach north of Sydney. I've had to evacuate in recent days, apparently the cliffs on which their home sit have started to crumble as strong ocean swells eat away at the land, but they're not the only ones experiencing this. According to a study released in March half of all sandy beaches around the world could disappear by the end of the century. In Miami Beach. Sand has been trucked in to deal with the problem there, 84 degrees and mostly sunny going up to 92 wins. News Time. 10 55. It's Jamie Progresses, Employee of the month, two months in a row. Leave a message at the Hi Jamie hit me, Jamie. I just had a new idea for our song with the name your Price tool. So when it's like, tell us what you want to pay. Hey, trombone was Baba Wawa and you say We'll be fine Carthage options that fit your budget. Then we just all the finger snaps will acquire goes state was coming at you Save. It's coming out job. Yeah. No. Maybe, anyway, so your practice tonight I got new lyrics for the Rat break, Progressive casualty insurance company and affiliates pricing coverage match limited by state law. Not having identity.
Spacewalkers in home stretch of station upgrade
"NASA astronauts Chris Cassidy and Robert Bank in performing a spacewalk today and a 2nd 1 next week to complete a 3.5 year mission to upgrade the international space station's power system. The astronauts speaking to each other as the spacewalk began. What we see about your handrail there'll be 73 to 8 for that bag storage beside battery up. The goal of the spacewalk to replace 32 I hate to interrupt those astronauts they called the space walk is to replace old nickel hydrogen batteries with new lithium ion batteries of the power system. NASA says The completion of these missions will mark the 12th spacewalk that has been performed since January of 2017 to change out batteries for eight power channels used to deliver electricity. At the international space
Spacewalking Astronauts Closing in on Final Battery Swaps
"Astronauts are tackling the final set of battery swaps outside the international space station. NASA's Bob Benton and Chris Cassidy ventured out this morning on their third afore planned spacewalks. I need to remove six more old batteries in the space station's power grid and replace them with new improved ones. The new lithium ion batteries are so powerful that only half his money or needed the battery replacement began 3.5 years ago. They will conduct one final spacewalk next week to wrap up the work.
Spacewalkers in home stretch of station upgrade
"To NASA astronauts will venture outside the international space station on a spacewalk. They'll upgrade the orbiting labs Power system from member station W. M. Fi, Brendan Byrne reports. After it's Bob Banking and Chris Cassidy will install new batteries on the space station, replacing the aging nickel hydrogen batteries with lithium ion replacements. The new batteries arrived at the station back in May on a Japanese cargo ship, the battery store power collected by the station's arrays of solar panels. The space walk is expected to last about seven hours. Restaurants have been working to replace the battery since 2017 conducting a dozen spacewalks to upgrade the power system. The final spacewalk to finish the project is scheduled for next week, which will also marked the 3/100 spacewalk with the U. S
Spacewalkers in home stretch of station upgrade
"To NASA astronauts are scheduled to conduct a spacewalk this morning from member station W O M. F E Brendan Byrne reports that their mission is to upgrade the international space station's power grid. After it's Bob Banchan and Chris Cassidy will install new batteries on the space station, replacing the aging nickel hydrogen batteries with lithium ion replacements. The new batteries arrived at the station back in May on a Japanese cargo ship, the battery store power collected by the station's arrays of solar panels. The space walk is expected to last about seven hours. Astronauts have been working to replace the battery since 2017 conducting a dozen spacewalks to upgrade the power system. The final spacewalk to finish the project is scheduled for next week, which will also marked the 3/100 spacewalk with a US
Astronauts perform 2nd spacewalk to swap station batteries
"Their second spacewalk in under a week to replace old batteries outside the international space station. Commander Chris Cassidy and Bob Banchan ventured out today to tackle the cumbersome job. NASA plans to send the astronauts out twice more this month to complete the battery swap outs that began in 2017. The new lithium ion batteries should last the rest of the space station's life. K
Astronauts perform 2nd spacewalk to swap station batteries
"Astronauts outside the international space Station again today. It's the second spacewalk in less than a week for astronauts Chris Cassidy and Bob Banking, the second of four walks overall to replace the last of the space station's original 48 solar batteries, 20 for new and more powerful ones, the adaptor plates to make sure they're fitting perfectly.
NASA astronauts conduct second spacewalk for space station power upgrades
"In less than a week for astronauts Chris Cassidy and Bob Bacon, second of four overall to replace the last of the space station's old solar batteries. The astronauts actually got a head start on today's work last Friday. OK, great time they removed five old batteries and installed to new and more powerful ones. These batteries charged up in sunlight, then keep the station running what it goes into darkness once the job is complete, NASA managers say. Station should be set in terms of power for the rest of its life. Peter King, CBS News Orlando
NASA astronauts conduct second spacewalk for space station power upgrades
"Spacewalking astronauts are now outside of the international space station this morning. This is the second spacewalk in less than a week for astronauts Chris Cassidy and Bob Jenkins. It's the second of four. Overall, they're replacing the last of the space station's original 48 solar batteries with 20 for newer and more powerful ones, the East they will keep the station running when it goes into darkness. Once the job is done later this month, NASA managers say the station should be set in terms of power. Or the rest of its natural life. I'm not an
Spacewalking astronaut loses mirror, newest space junk
"At the International Space Station, space Walker, Chris Cassidy added to the millions of pieces of junk orbiting Earth. He lost a small mirror from the sleeve of his space suit immediately after emerging from the SS, the mirror too small to be considered a threat to the spacewalk or the space
"chris cassidy" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"CBS news two astronauts floated outside the international space station today they conducted the first of the they're scheduled space walks to replace important batteries at the station CBS news space consultant bill Harwood has more on what they were up to two astronauts are working outside the international space station in the first of four planned space walks to finish upgrading the lapse power system the work started back in twenty seventeen and when the job is finished next month forty eight old batteries in the station solar power system will have been replaced with twenty four more powerful lithium ion batteries the batteries are used to provide power when the station is an orbital darkness in the new unit should keep the lab running smoothly through the rest of the decade both astronauts are veteran spacewalkers this was the seventh venture outside for both Chris Cassidy and Robert bank in one of those space walkers has added to the millions of pieces of junk orbiting the earth station commander Cassidy had barely exited the hatch when he reported that his left wrist mirror had floated away mission control says lost mir poses no risk water the space walk or the station will Twitter is trying to take down fake accounts one week at a time the social media drive is joining the bot or not weekly challenge asking millions of users per week if their accounts are run by actual people what form has struggled with bots then they're often negative influence for years a rough analysis estimates about fifteen percent of Twitter accounts or some forty nine point five million handles are currently.
Astronauts complete 6-hour spacewalk
"Two astronauts floated outside the international space station early Friday to conduct the first to fort space walks to CBS this consultant bill Harwood astronaut Chris Cassidy and Bob thinking of working outside the international space station to replace batteries in the labs solar power system Cassidy lost a small wrist near from a space suit shortly after leaving the station's airlock the mirrors are used to help astronauts read spacesuit displays that can't be directly same and Cassidy has a spare NASA says the loss Mira poses no threat to the crew or the space station and it will eventually fall back into the atmosphere and burn up
"chris cassidy" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Ray as with the San Jose fire department we are all hazard fire departments and there's a lot of activity in San Jose so it's very desirable for firefighters who want to work with us it was just a few weeks ago San Jose city leaders floated the idea of cuts to public safety because of the financial strain from the pandemic sandals they currently has just over seven hundred firefighters to serve more than a million residents Jennifer Hodges KCBS space walking astronaut has added to the millions of pieces of junk now orbiting the earth the commander of the international space station Chris Cassidy had barely exited the hatch when he repeat reported that he left his wrist mayor floating edited floated away mission control says the lost near poses no risk to either the space walk for the space station well fostered by personal capital offering telephone and celebrations worried about the market get a plan take control with their powerful financial tools or talk to an adviser go to personal capital dot com here's Jason Brooks Susan stocks are selling off today on a spike in covert nineteen cases across the country you've got sex is dialing back its reopening plans as result Dow dropping five hundred sixty five points to twenty five thousand one hundred eighty nasdaq down one hundred seventy six points to ninety eight forty and the S. and P. falling fifty three points to thirty thirty bank stocks getting hit hard today shares a San Francisco based Wells Fargo down by more than six percent consumers are gradually regaining their optimism in the economy the university of Michigan consumer sentiment survey for June it rose to a reading of seventy eight point one about six percentage points higher than the prior reading although below what economists were expecting to see survey director Richard Curtin says that while most consumers believe that economic conditions could hardly worsen after the recent shut down of the economy perspective growth in the economy is more closely tied to progress against the corona virus we did see a bounce back in consumer spending in may a gain of more than eight percent of record gain in fact after a big drop in the month of April however paychecks took a massive hit with personal income falling more than four percent in may from the prior month on the money watch Jason Brooks KCB at let's say you just bought a house bad.
"chris cassidy" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"The microphone at the top of the home page and type in listen stamps dot com enter listen stay safe my friends six fifty two on KNX there's some bad news for people have been looking forward to going back to some gems around southern California that were shut down on March the twenty four hour fitness chain says it is now decided to permanently close eighteen of its gyms across the region even though the state just gave permission for all gyms to start re opening this weekend at our new health guidelines companies put a list on the website of those gems that'll be closed for good says some others will be reopened soon before the virus outbreak started twenty four hour fitness was already in serious financial trouble with more than a billion dollars in debt the pandemic social unrest we have a lot to contend with down here on earth which is why okay thanks talk to the commander of the international space station to get a different perspective sometimes you have to get far away from a problem to better understand it to get a different view of things the astronauts aboard the international space station have this luxury at a time of great upheaval below them we're all pretty small it each and everyone of us is little commander Chris Cassidy aboard the space station but politically weekend we can combine our efforts and if everybody does pitches in and does their job and does what is right for the world that is right for the environment does right for their neighbors and friends we can make a big difference as a collective group that's the perspective I have when I look down at their it's going by so quickly Amanda Cassidy less the earth to the space station just as the pandemic was intensifying up there is the one place where social distancing is not necessary Charles Feldman can extend seventy newsradio you have seen the shocking images of downtown LA retailers being looted and vandalized during the recent unrest but many businesses may be ready to move past it definitely there were businesses in our district that is the same sustained some damage but that's not really what they're they're focusing on right now really overwhelmingly the feedback that I got from businesses was that they were ready to get back to work Susan Holly is the president and CEO of the downtown.
"chris cassidy" 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
"chris cassidy" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Can you install one today yes ma'am we can G. O. E. T. T. L. we do things right we do things well it's June first so that means hurricane season is starting in the Atlantic and it is supposed to be a busy one president trump said sarcastically this is what we want this is a hopefully that won't be the case but we'll see we already had two pre season tropical storms hit the Carolina coast in may curing America Dr Gerry bell a hurricane climate specialist that knows climate prediction center says to expect an above average season we're predicting thirteen to nineteen named storms of which we think six to ten of those will become hurricanes and three to six of those will become a major hurricane emergency management agency issued co that nineteen pandemic operational guidance for the twenty twenty hurricane season urging state and local governments to modify evacuation plans to account for unlimited travel options email also encouraging local officials to identify shelter options that meet CDC guidelines and mitigate risks to vulnerable populations Rachel Sutherland box instead of the first full day at the international space station for the two astronauts who arrives nineteen hours after Saturday's SpaceX launch with version control would use interrupting an applause astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley floated through the hatch into the international space station welcome by their friend and mission commander Chris Cassidy that's fox's Phil Keating you might have noticed that gas isn't quite as cheap as it had been lately Kathleen Parker's are further this time it is an eight cent hike from two weeks ago and the new prices to all finalists of the laundry service stations nationwide so this triple a it's national average for regular gas is less about a dollar ninety seven a gallon twenty cents more than we're paying may first on wall St Dow futures are down modestly before this week's trading moves the most overseas markets up today the hang Seng in Hong Kong surged more than three percent overnight hi Dave Anthony and this is fox news this Iran's Gerrit Lewis trail boss outfitters still open they are essential and are of course following usual guidelines you know what that means you go.
SpaceX Crew Dragon delivers two NASA astronauts to International Space Station
"Night to a big day for space the SpaceX dragon capsule on Sunday successfully docked with the international space station your CBS news correspondent mark Strassmann through to open hatches astronaut Bob bacon floated into a space station welcoming from astronaut Chris Cassidy and two cosmonauts then came astronaut John Hurley completing a flawless trip from Florida into space history well everyone welcome aboard dragons under nineteen hour flight from earth the astronaut shut off the SpaceX capsule they've named it
"The future is here": ISS commander on historic SpaceX launch
"For the first time in nine years American astronauts will be blasting off from U. S. soil on Wednesday the historic SpaceX crew dragon mission is the culmination of a six year multi billion dollar program by NASA a NASA to end the agency's reliance on Russia for transportation to and from the international space station astronaut Chris Cassidy is already aboard the ISS he spoke with CBS this morning co host Tony da Copel about this week's flight how big of a deal is this mission it's a gigantic deal I mean when 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 based of safety culture I think it's been healthy for the growth of both organizations are you worried about coronavirus as these additional astronauts arise well certainly were worried about it we worry we have confidence in that the testing in 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 but have 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 SS commander Chris Cassidy with CBS's Tony to
"chris cassidy" Discussed on The News Junkie
"Rockets going up and landing back on the barges. All these things we've seen are culminating and a human being strapping themselves to what are these rockets and headed on up to the International Space Station? Now there are people there, right a yeah, we have an ISS. Yeah, there's there's a crew up there already, but we've got two more headed. Headed up on this dragon spacecraft from spacex Doug Hurley and Bob Benkin and I it's hard to over a it's. It's hard to exaggerate. How brave these people are. Let's be clear. Nobody has ever flown on one of these rockets from SPACEX. They're just believing in the math and believing the science and thinking that all the tests have shown them that they're going to be okay and that they're gonNA. Make it up to the international space. Station, because know how many people currently in space right now. How many is one of my favorite single use websites? Oh, like how many people are in the ISS right and it's how many people are in space right now. Dot, com, okay. Magic number is three. They've all been in space forty one days. Really, there's only three up there right now. Chris Cassidy flight engineer also. Anatoly even issuing and Yvonne Wagner all up there. Together in the space station and Space Party probably got their their own problems. You know there's probably some drama going on in that space station and other like Oh God to more people are coming up in a week here. I just hope everything goes OK cast is like finally and other American tired of these Italian in this Russian guy, another both from. Are they willing bliss? Both, rush but the two other folks are headed up there. It just a bit brave souls, there Doug, Hurley and Bob and we wish them the best. We wish the whole crew over there. We know a lot of people listen to the show who work at either SPACEX or NASA and we're thinking about you, and hopefully all goes well in the run-up to this whole thing quickly over to.
"chris cassidy" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Police broke up to large parties on Chicago's west side last night one with people dancing in the street and tying up traffic police superintendent David Brown says the spread of Kobe nineteen is nothing to mess with and issued this warning Los office office in in nineteen nineteen loss loss firefighters firefighters local local ninety ninety given given the the ultimate ultimate sacrifice sacrifice their their lives lives to to save save all all of of us us what what a a silly silly party party you are risking first responders lax about that near like that said these types of gatherings only prolong the spread of covert nineteen and things will go back to normal unless it stops governor Pritzker said today state police will provide backup if needed to shut parties down
Russian cargo ship delivers 2.8 tons of supplies to space station
"The international space station receiving a fresh shipment of supplies lift off of the seventy fifth progress resupply ship on a fast track to orbit flight to the international space station walking off the pad in Kazakhstan aboard a Russian Soyuz rocket the robotic progress seventy five cargo ship docked with the international space station early Saturday morning the capsule arriving with nearly three tons of food fuel and other supplies for the three man crew which includes NASA astronaut Chris Cassidy from Salem Massachusetts the expendable cargo ship will remain docked at the station for more than seven
Russian cargo ship docks with space station
"The international space station receiving a fresh shipment of supplies lift off of the seventy fifth progress resupply ship on a fast track to orbit flight to the international space station rocketing off the pad in Kazakhstan aboard a Russian Soyuz rocket the robotic progress seventy five cargo ship docked with the international space station early Saturday morning the council arriving with nearly three tons of food fuel and other supplies for the three man crew which includes NASA astronaut Chris Cassidy from Salem Massachusetts the expendable cargo ship will remain docked at the station for more than seven
International Space Station gets three new crew members. Here’s why that matters
"Three astronauts came a Knockin at the international space station today a Russian Soyuz spacecraft carrying NASA's Chris Cassidy in two cosmonauts arrived there after launching from Kazakhstan CBS news space analyst bill Harwood there's a little bit unusual because it didn't have any of the fanfare we normally expect with a Russian watch coronavirus travel restrictions prevented friends and family members from attending the launch itself went off without a hitch and the crew reached orbit safely about eight minutes and forty five seconds after liftoff the new space station crew will replace two Americans and a Russian who were scheduled to return to earth next
The US Hitches Its Final Ride to Space From Russia—for Now
"Three astronauts came a Knockin at the international space station today a Russian Soyuz spacecraft during NASA's Chris Cassidy in two cosmonauts arrived there after launching from Kazakhstan CBS news space analyst bill Harwood is a little bit unusual because it didn't have any of the fanfare we normally expect with a Russian watch coronavirus travel restrictions prevented friends and family members from attending the launch itself went off without a hitch and the crew reached orbit safely about eight minutes and forty five seconds after
Crew readies for space launch amid coronavirus restrictions
"Emails early this morning in Kazakhstan and lift off Cassie gave an easement on their way to the international space station as so use carries U. S. astronaut Chris Cassidy in two cosmonauts to the space station I've been in quarantine for weeks to make sure they're not infected with covert nineteen they plan to spend the next six months on board coronavirus restrictions keep family and media from the
"chris cassidy" Discussed on AP News
"Corona virus Chris Cassidy's launches next month from catcher stat at Donahue eighteen it thank you for listening to the AP radio network for news on the go Friday eight P. mobile app get breaking US international news from the world's most trusted news source for stories from more than eight hundred local media companies choose to see the content that interests you most whether it's sports sports entertainment highlights global news for the latest from your hometown AT mobile is available in English and Spanish and can be found on iOS and android you're listening to the AP digital news network coronavirus update I'm a Donahue within eighteen news minute president trump says work is being done on therapeutic drugs that might hold potential to treat those suffering with the corona virus is also stepping up criticism of China is something that just surprised the whole world and if people would have known about it could to stop and stop in place it could have been stopped right where it came from China more coronavirus cases are being reported in the U. S. as more test results come it because people get better I mean most people are getting better most by far the people you get better doesn't mean it's not a tough one it is a tough one the stock market is moved up and down so far today on Wall Street the administration meantime is pushing ahead with its broad economic rescue plan which proposes five hundred billion dollars in checks to millions of Americans with the first checks to come April sixth if approval comes from Congress I met Donna here AT P. digital news back in a moment thank.
"chris cassidy" Discussed on Mike Drop
"And the other thing too is like, you know, who who's a better candidate for for space force at this point. That's great. So the in terms of the job that you'll be doing now talking about going back to the scuba diving portion and the six point two million gallon -able. Yep. Like what what all does that consist of in terms of what what I mean? If you even know can tell me like, what's the typical day of of that? So I don't start I start on the seventeenth. But I have like a probationary nine months where I have to get all the safety. Diver certifications checked off through review board. But then I began as a utility diver safety diver, and my my job is really to help the astronauts as just to help them prepare. And although I might not be diving every day. My my job would be I guess on the off days to learn is to learn and study that space because we'll we'll as divers we actually wear the suit. Also, we have to become familiar with with manipulating that spacesuit, which is going to be completely awesome. I to have the opportunity to wear that thing. New piss in the space. I I'm sure you can't you just wear diapers. Fucking depends on there. I mean, you're gonna piss in the space pool. You heard I mic drop fucking great. Excuse me, if I pause for a little while. Is rolling back. But yeah. So that would be my job would be to become the subject matter experts. Obviously, I would have to take care of the poll. Also, I don't know that I I'm in charge of cleaning, the pool or anything. But you know, the pool is the facility itself is on television twenty four hours a day. All around the world, people are interested in astronaut stuff. So obviously, I have no problem taking pride in my work area. They made sure to mention like you see anything amiss be sure to correct it. So your job is that both take pride in the area and help the astronauts and learn learn as much as you can. That's a fascinating program and and element to to that program is the pool. I know it plays in part and in training, and it's a it's a huge fucking component to to the. That's neat. I'm curious to hear how how it goes as you as you get further into it one thing. I'm just curious. No, do or gore. Can you tell me about how many like certified or titled of quote, unquote, astronauts there are at now. So right now, there's about fifty active at any time. And there's this is like a point of contention for a lot of people because there's there are astronauts that stay active well into what should be retirement and some astronauts are. Like, Chris Cassidy, he's very aware that he doesn't wanna stick around that long because it kind of eats up a seat for other potential, astronauts, but there are astronauts that should retire. So do like a billeted thing there's only so many and there, and we don't have a space shuttle program anymore. I assume when we have other other methods of travel like the boat SpaceX or Boeing or virgin when we have these other platforms. The NASA space launch system LS once we have the capability to launch a platform from the United States. Again, I think I don't see any reason why they wouldn't up the astronaut classes per year again. Because now we have more methods to get up instead of just renting seats from the Russians. This may sound like a dumb question. I just I don't know any better that are all the astronauts that we currently have that are active have all of them into space like are there. I think they're still they're still a handful waiting to go for the first time only only because there's there's a lot of sitting around. We're only going to the international space station right now. But when we open up, you know, other other possibly the moon Mars asteroids back to lower orbit is there in terms of going to space like, you know, do you have a kind of a lifelong goal or like an ideal? Like, this is my bucket list. Like, I would like to do X in terms of the space program in terms of going spaces or anything any element to that. That's kinda what you're shooting for this is gonna sound like philosophical my primary goal, obviously. And to help move humanity forward, but my personal primary goal is to look back at her..
"chris cassidy" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Materialize for more kcbs has rebecca corral spoke earlier with chris cassidy spokesman for the san francisco bicycle coalition what's the holdup well the city's been mired in delays unfortunately on this project and what we seen yet again is it's really costing folks there's a gentleman in critical condition as a result of this collision which was entirely preventable with physically protected bike lanes like the city has been promising for years so what what are they saying is it is it a lack of money and right now there's some interagency squabbling this delaying this but i think also we can look to just a lack of leadership across the city we saw the supervisor who represents the district that includes the embarked daryl blame the pedicab cyclists for not wearing a helmet when in fact if he was exerting some leadership to really see these physically protected bike lanes delivered physically physical protections that delineate the bike lane from faster moving traffic lanes then this gentleman without being hostile today so so what does this say about the city's commitment to bike safety you know it really depends in supervisor by supervisor and office by office there are some folks that are really passionate about it you know the city of san francisco has embraced vision zero which is the policy of working towards eliminating traffic collisions streets like the embarcadero are identified high injury corridors that means it's one of the thirteen percent of san francisco streets were over sixty five percent of all severe collisions happen so the fact that we've identified these streets is really crucial but the fact that the city has been unable to deliver the infrastructure that'll reduce collisions is disappointing and we have another example of that here on the mbarga daryl the parts of the city that have put up some some separator some barriers how has the safety improved their we've seen some really dramatic improvements in safety on a lotta high injury corridors across san francisco you'll see them in golden gate park where there's physically physical protection from parallel parked cars the delineates the bike lane from fast moving traffic lands and then some new examples like upper market where you see a loading zone and some plastic bollards sought posts is what they're called delineating the bike lane from faster moving traffic traffic lands so whenever we add protection what we're doing is not.
"chris cassidy" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio
"I don't know if i don't think chris cassidy realizes that some people will be cut and others are going to be kept dawn so maybe that changes what he he would suggest to you because clearly he will do anything i to make sure that you stay on tom shattuck and that he i mean if he asked you know he gets scott well it's it's the south look thing to do i think you know tom shaddix pence such uh you know important uh and longstanding never give me any look that he's been here for so long yeah is your is in the very fabric of the in here i'm a liberal i think of the of the boy like with the new take our time shattuck yes if you to take a look of the preponderance of caffeinated so before i came to after my arrival i think there is a clear line that can be drawn that's true and i have i have a lot of the boston herald radio teeshirts in football and not with the boston herald radio's money the last friday yeah uh i i know i am i a i'll be off on this friday but i wouldn't dodge tour which should be straightforward work working sunday's he's up to something by i'm working i know i don't i will get a game or a clan involved at work i did work the path on day so out of fairness the you now finally out in june poisonous tree daggers seo yep now you resume going after greg age indeed in this playoff all this word show girls all right chris cassidy thank you for chatting with us we appreciate it closure that you guys don't you think i have an important developed to the relevant to discuss with you and i.
"chris cassidy" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio
"On the the rail a but they were derailed but they were they went out on a highway grow i don't know if it with that third car i think it was the initial uh disruption where people kinda went flying and there was one eyewitness who described you know thank you thank goodness that the cook she confronted them were cushioned because a lot of and went into the question of the front of them uh but i am if there were people that were skin water moving around you know that could have been pretty precarious thing but i i think we're going to hear more in the next day or two alto as you find out you know what the cause of the same laws and some of the reports that the same was going you know something like us fifty miles an hour over you know the speed limit at eight thirty miles per hour we've definitely going over a curve as it was getting this bridge so you know anything in the eighty mile an hour range would have been way too fast for uh for for a kind kinda like that and especially on a new set a we gotta figure a conductor doesn't really have much experience driving on that taking just yet all right chris cassidy always good to hear from you what else well i want to be with you guess well uh let's see well that was on the ufo beat on monday i think you could be one of the big stories of two thousand seventeen as we look back at the amazon com by unveiling you hope program and then other now we just continue to follow the the daily uh guy triumph the tribulations of president trump and vice victories triumph victories a different triumph tribulation cancels out triumphs were adding victory so it's so chris i'm trying.
"chris cassidy" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio
"White flag aura or a common peace gesture to lawmakers where he invited them all out to the charges day aired to have a like a barbecue picnic at his mansion and apparently they wouldn't let them inside to use the bathrooms they rented portapottys on sock anyway i talked to a lot of lawmakers about the about this thing and the ones that win act anyway and he had already made them angry somehow i say i can't remember if it was i mean this is after the cadillac situation this is after the the drapes and all that sort of thing and for some how they were already annoyed with him and so one of them didn't go and that the ones that went were only too eager to ditch the dirt about how you're to ditch the dirt about how they felt like second class citizens and were forced to use the port of poti anyway my particular story takes place in chris cassidy wrote about this as well while in 2012 win president barack obama is running for reelection i devolve hattrick decides a win michelle is going to be doing a pitstop into the berkshire's right she's gonna be doing a some some rallying former husband she's going to be stopping in pits fields is going to be stopping in in other tony places in the burke shares davao patrick decides going to have a fundraiser for her and he decides to take the local public works into his own hands traveling on the campaign trail with something of a bumpy ride the road is murdered out of massachusetts covered of all patrick's berkshire county home though about mark of explains why and how much hattricks neighbors pay for it fresh faith and can cover up appalled that not a request made by governor patrick was the road on the list to be repaired anyone sure we did it last fall it's uh uh we have two was on the scheduled to repave next spring patrick gas for furnished rude to be.
"chris cassidy" Discussed on SOFREP Radio
"She became one of the first female police officers in the state of new jersey that's great would it was your biggest challenge you're getting into the astronaut program itself because i got my buds packets turned down the first time and people tell me there's no way never gonna make it you know for me the biggest challenge i think was finding something that i wanted to do that then required me to be a good student and no at a study and do well in college because i had to get into a commissioning program in the navy so add do well and i needed to have a technical major i felt you know me good idea because he you need that to be an astronaut site became an engineering major so for me to challenge was paying attention and learning once i kinda figure that out it didn't get easy but that was a skill that i really needed and took years to develop but once i figure that out i was the other other challenges along the i had trouble landing on the ship at night disqualified the first time but once i became a test pilot and apply denounced those lieutenant in the navy and and got lucky enough to get an interview and got selected went down the houston isn't o3 in spent like spent twenty years there in retired is no six but my navy experience is much different than years i i come from like this perspective of a j o yeah mean i'm sure you know my platoon commander in afghanistan chris cassidy yet chris has a great gays chief of the astronaut office actually for a number of years since a probably one of the better officers of the political solid for nigger gila at herzog he's in brockton on a new adam bit herzog and at three together and it was like he was a wild man at three and then he went to the villa while unit known a group in a kind of box the men and yunnan ghanem in line and better things.
"chris cassidy" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio
"So anyway i talked to a lot of lawmakers about the about this thing and the ones that win act anyway and he had already made them angry somehow i say i can't remember if it was i mean this is after the cadillac situation this is after the the drapes and all that sort of thing and defer some how they were already annoyed with him and so one of them didn't go and than the ones that went were only too eager to ditch the dirt about how they felt like second class citizens and were forced to use the port of poti anyway my particular story takes place in chris cassidy wrote about this as well this is in 2012 win president barack obama is running for reelection i all patrick decides a when michelle is going to be doing a pitstop into the burke shares right she's going to be doing some some rallying former husband she's gonna be stopping in pits fields she's going to be stopping in in other tony places in the burke cheers davao patrick decides he's going to have a fundraiser for her and he decides to take the local public works into his own hands traveling on the campaign trail to be something of a bumpy ride the road is slaughtered out a massive she discovered of all patrick furture county home though about mark of explains why and how much patrick's neighbors pay for it fresh pavement can cover up appalled but not a request made by governor patrick was the road on the list to be repaired anyone shorewood that allows fall it's a fact we have to us on the scheduled to repave flicked spray patrick as for furnished road to.
"chris cassidy" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio
"Some one of two new somewhere well boston herald his where hey boss yes i am hillary chevallier jacqueline cashman this morning meeting on boston herald radio and we are thrilled to bring in our fellow boston herald you know colleague here he as a new show which is then trump the date on the front page of the boston herald today surrey barry and his show called the rundown thanks so much for joining us thank you for having me in in let me just start out by saying one i think that i would be on the front page and in this size capacity jockeying for this i didn't i i i did not seek this out but but to the the big thing about the rundown that i think is important for people to to know as a sort of de familiar with me in doing this show is that it's inspired by your show morning meeting and that is an attorney hello you have done a fantastic job here and i think it's important to know that the the the fact that you've been bringing in newsmakers that you continue to bring in harold reporters and editors to sort of inform your listeners every single day into do so vigilant i think has been tremendous and that's something that we want to replicate afternoon so that's what my purposes for this show to make sure that we are continuing to give our listeners a comprehensive news reports and you know what bringing bringing experts i mean that's really what this is about bringing in experts to inform people about the news of the day law and so i mean that's the thing to some extent by the time you come on there have been developments are wholly oh yeah unusually will get into the the middle of that day where we have that white house press briefing so they'll be reaction to that so obviously will bring in people at kimberly actions and chris cassidy who uh your your listeners are very familiar with both of those to it and others on our staff who you know are doing breaking news stories through the morning in the.