17 Burst results for "Dr Jim Green"

"dr jim green" Discussed on Clear+Vivid with Alan Alda

Clear+Vivid with Alan Alda

03:21 min | 1 year ago

"dr jim green" Discussed on Clear+Vivid with Alan Alda

"This has been clear and vivid. At least I hope so. Mike thanks to the sponsors of this episode all the income from the ADS. You here go to the Center for Communicating Science at Stony Brook University. Just by listening to this podcast. You're contributing to the better communication of science. So thank you Dr Jim. Green has had a distinguished career NASA from nineteen eighty five to nineteen ninety-two. He was the head of the National Space Science Data Center at Goddard Space Flight Center in two thousand six. He became the Director of the Planetary Science Division at NASA headquarters. He's written over a hundred scientific articles and he's even become a podcast or with a new podcast from called gravity. Assist to learn more about Dr Green to listen to and subscribe to his podcast. Go to NASA Dot Gov slash gravity dash assist. This episode was edited and produced by our executive producer. Graham Chedda with help from our executive producer Sarah Chase and our associate producer. Jean-pierre may are sound engineers. Dan Zuma our tech Guru is Alison Kostin and are published. Is Erica Hill? You can subscribe to our podcast for free at apple podcasts. Stitcher or wherever you listen for more details about clear and vivid. Sign up for my newsletter. Please visit Allen all DOT com. You can also find us on facebook and Instagram at clear and vivid and I'm on twitter at Alan alda. Thanks for listening. We started something new on clear and vivid called Patriots on and it allows you to directly support us in engage with us in a much closer way. If you visit patriotic dot com slash clear and vivid. Here's what you'll find for as little as two dollars a month listeners of clear and vivid can get exclusive behind the scenes access. You can find video extra content bonus episodes and all sorts of fun stuff including behind the scenes pictures. And for those of you who have seven questions of your own Mr Alan Alda. You might find some answers there too now. You don't have to subscribe for as little as two dollars a month to keep listening to this show. You can continue to listen to this show and supporters by hearing the ADS. But you can get all this extra material if you do decide to become a subscriber and most importantly your patronage directly funds are work at the Center for Communicating Science get Patriotic Try. That's Patria on dot com slash clear and vivid C. L. A. R. A. N. D. V. I. V. I. D. Next time when clear and vivid. I SPEAK WITH CARL. Zimmer who's a great science communicator Carl? Thanks so much for being on the show. You a wonderful thank you. What's the what's the most interesting thing? But this conversation made you think of and didn't get to say I'm still wondering what my microbiome is is making me do. I hope it makes you come back on the shows. Yeah well hopefully do Carl Zimmer. Next time when clear and vivid..

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"dr jim green" Discussed on Hard Factor

Hard Factor

11:06 min | 2 years ago

"dr jim green" Discussed on Hard Factor

"Protesters still going strong and have entered their seventeenth week in are just becoming more and more violent as Hong Kong or Sunday participated in not only their normal anti Chinese control protests wanting investigations into Hong Kong police brutality and also free democratic elections but they added to their emotions by joining it on the staged anti-totalitarianism Palestinian ism rallies that other cities participated in around the globe at the fact that Tuesday marks the seventieth anniversary of the People's Republic of China called China's National Day and you have a recipe for some blue water cannons umbrella shield bricks being pulled up from the streets the hurler riot police and Molotov cocktails. That's pretty much what's happening is as likely continue to happen but just regular day in Hong Kong your day. I don't want to be in China China's National Day. That sounds like a day. You don't want to be in Hong Kong. Yeah I WANNA be the anywhere in Asia during China China's National Day. I think it'd be forty yeah. WE'LL PRO-CHINESE PRO-CHINA IMAGINE Chinese New Year you take like a bunch of shrooms and shit and like watch all the dragons running through the streets. That'd be awesome. yes protesters bring in a change of clothing so they can't be identified right because the clothes won't be covering their hands faces. Yes because bluewater stick them later. Yes die hose is a hilarious tool. Suppressing protesters a hose of scarlet letters to little smurfs running around all right guys so this Saturday was the debut of lives forty fifth that season. Did you guys watch. It didn't watch it. I watched the O. The town halls skit. What would I thought that was pretty fun? I like the joke that they said like and that's who seems to have overestimated the country's excitement for him. He talked to the enthusiasm to heartache I was doing. I was digging through the right wing publications for my store Dorte there you Betta fucked up with the damn right. I'm GonNa Take Your Air Fifteen. He's in trouble. It's everywhere but I watched it for you got no big deal and I noticed a bit of a different tone tone for the most part with the season debut like what West syncing between the cold opening the host Woody Harrelson's monologue in the beginning and the first sketch with the Democratic candidates that actually decided to make fun of Pc culture bit reminded me of kind of like our show here at heart factor lot where they just made fun of everyone and everything in the name of comedy as opposed to having an agenda which was good to see. I'm thinking the off season and fresh off firing Shane Gillis before his first show for racist comments. Maybe they decided this year not be baby shit soft and only left leaning at at least I hope so for another week they were dropping jokes like West mentioned they also called Takashi six nine Teriyaki six nine and they called Connie West Don on king and someone else the black Wackadoo so they were they were showing Shane Gillis how to do tasteful racist jokes so overall the show was okay. It was not the funniest at all. I'm thinking thinking they're bit rusty at being funny. Maybe this new old school approach will pay off them. One can only hope because face it go ahead yeah I mean I wish it was funnier to I mean I wish I have when we were growing up. Saturday night. Live was appointment. TV was yes you know like parents were growing up the same appointment TV. It still is but like Bhutto were too old for it like that. That's all the about that. I don't think it is anymore. I think the tone was it was getting back towards being funny like I said and let's face it we just mentioned it's been a long Texas the glory days of SNL but it is in my opinion the best comedic show of all time and has helped launch some of the biggest names in the world for example from Eddie Murphy to Bill Murray to Chevy Heavy Chase Tina Fey Dan ackroyd Steve Martin Chris Rock Adam Sandler Conan O'Brien Julia Louis Dreyfuss Robert Downey junior will ferrell Jimmy Fallon Billy Crystal Ben Stiller Sarah Silverman Tracy Tracy Morgan John Belushi and Mike Myers just a few of the people they've launched couldn't get through all of them. Did you hear the data those were on the show in the last fifteen years though no Larry David on this weekend Oh and he was hilarious sure as a guest the guests were the funniest part of this past show speaking of huge. SNL Stars Pete Davidson missed the season premiere this weekend to film Suicide Squat Pete Davidson SNL to film the movie suicide squad to where he will likely play. I guess it's a reboot so suicide squad one point then the first one tanked awful awful the worst he's likely going to play the role of a new remake Yes for some reason James Gunn the gardens the galaxy director and ex public pedophile joke enthusiasts decided to run decided to reboot the suicide squad three years after that Shithole suicide squad movie and he decided also Caspi Davidson so you can do with Pete Davidson. Even though the the last guy couldn't do with will Smith Yeah correct that makes a lot of sets the news though he will Smith's not coming back but goodness repeat Davidson's Margot Robbie is returning for the reboot so he's probably been sleeping with her for some unknown reason season Pete Davidson has got a frustrating and sells like insults on the surface this guy based on his lux and from the jokes about living with his mom being loser. He's he's a successful comedian. He's one of us. He's our poster boy and then all of a sudden he bought Fox famous eleven's on the Red Sox Fox them up probably that movie for no money that he's just literally has sex the hottest women on Earth just sitting and then complains about life Margo route. I hope that his depression is transmittable. Verily that depressed it better not spread that depression and those beautiful ladies well actually you'd want that because then that makes them more attainable to us. I don't know I think they're attainable to anyone of Pete. Davidson can get them. That's possible it's a certain type of woman that's into Pete I think mark did did you say the James Gonzala going back to guardians of the galaxy. He's doing guardians the obviously three after so it makes sense that he goes to DC after he gets ousted for bullshit well. He's probably GonNa lay a stinker on comeback back in late guarding yeah. We've got Pete Davidson playing a main character yeah. It's GonNa take it from the silver screen. Let's take it to some Mars baby by the way those shirts are still available at the bar stool store and they look great so I up about Mars Ilan finish bolting together his SPACEX starship the chassis of that starship in Boca Chica Texas over the weekend and now it actually looks pretty fucking cool. It's got the wings things on the head the wings on the top the wings on the bottom. It looks really really nice just like this big chrome starship fins in the legs well if you'd like to get the Algebra will. Do you think that maybe he should have waited until the starship was a little further along before bashing yeah yeah he's made some mistakes in his publications but but to be fair when he did as a shit these asked top engineers say it's better but it looks like a fucking piece of Shit Chat Donnie Lanka. He never like self edits his tweets or whatever he says in interviews to like just did the classic Ilan where he's just like taking pictures the whole time live even if it didn't look good and also saying his unfiltered opinion so it just did was wrong a few times the one who writes flow consciousness if they exactly looks like something something like a kid in the nineteen forties get like as a Christmas present as a spaceship basically does the Steven Spielberg designed it right yeah yeah but I I mean. It looks like it's probably all aw practical because chrome. It'll get you get you to Mars good news for anybody who does want to travel to Mars one day. It's only only gonNA cost you about three billion dollars to produce each starship which is much shorter of the ten billion dollar per ship estimate that he had previously given up to ten billion dollars so great news for anybody who wants to one day die on the Mars colony able to afford that probably means like a fifty thousand dollar ticket then always good to be under budget on something taking you to space cut some corners also related to Mars NASA's Dr Jim Green expects that Europe or the USA. USA will find evidence of life on Mars. Once samples are able to be brought back drilling samples samples from the surface all this stuff they're gonna be able to start transporting sporting those samples back to Earth from Mars in twenty twenty or twenty twenty one the latest Dr Green Says Yeah we're probably definitely GonNa Find Life Vinh these samples and he says that humans are absolutely not ready to have like ex- extra planetary life here to fuck with. I've been saying this since day one of hard factor after yes. There's some Shit Omar's that's probably deadly that will fucking kill us even inside our human terrarium. We don't maybe don't bring it back to Earth either like I don't know like what he's not even saying like the killing part. He's just saying that like our minds aren't even ready to understand like what it's going to unlock. Let me be the judge of that. Jim Green let my mind. I know leave it on Mars right. He's with mark is saying like it's so unknown and so crazy so volatile that just should should leave it alone. He's excited but also also I think he's fucking bidder that he's working for lame ass NASA and not Elon Musk Musk space x company. We'd actually get to Mars. I think they worked together. Nassan essence space extra hand in hand. I think I don't know I don't know it's like. HP lovecraft like the scariest things of the things that are unknown and the you know them. Go insane well imagine what if you like what if they find something in this Martian life and you could like get it injected into you and all of a sudden like a superhuman but then you Martian and right yeah yeah so think about that I will I will do it. Bring it down here. Let's move on this all right moving on this and I'm GONNA be honest. Boris Johnson keeps saying he's GonNa get the Brexit a done by October thirty first and I'm really not exactly sure how he thinks he's going to do that. In light of all the losses he has suffered over the past few weeks weeks I mean he lied to the Queen Forgotten. He's lucky to still have his head but now to the Queen Denisa apologized to her. I don't pick if he did it this year. He's make the crown later but now as as as Conservative Party party meet at their conference in Manchester is still claiming there is no reason brexit won't happen holding onto his do or die stance even though opposition members of parliament passed a rule requiring him to ask for an extension. If the deal is not done by October Nineteenth even though he lost his bid to hold another general election even though less than half of his own party now thinks he will get it done on down from seventy eight percent in August and now a new report has come out that while he was mayor of London he gave some hot American businesswoman thousands of dollars from an agency agency you control because they were fucking while Boris was still married to his second wife allegedly the article also alleged that Boris would stroll over to them to then twenty-seven-year-old Woman's home on afternoon breaks a home that was apparently outfitted with the stripper pole and I don't think he just strolled over. I think he probably ran over allegedly so all this is compounding pep step yeah a little like a kid that just figured out a masterpiece lunch and all this out and exploded over the years and exit thirty first not looking great had a zip line directly to they just get a couple of new tattoos and join a band yeah. I mean I'd go buy a ticket. Well also the chick..

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"dr jim green" Discussed on Probably Science

Probably Science

04:33 min | 2 years ago

"dr jim green" Discussed on Probably Science

"Hundred artificial satellites operation additional twenty six hundred or no longer working. It's a lot of dangerous shit flying around there. Yes. On an article on list verse that's a ten dangerous things orbiting the earth. Dr. Jim green of NASA. That's how I was on with what it was. Shannen doherty. I wish share Dougherty. Who was part of an ASA? I'm such an idiot. I am such a full. He is head of the planetary science division. That he's the plenty size division. Directa would. And he's about to become NASA chief scientist shit. What an insane experiment though to lake just a blow something office facing? See if this will be as bad as it could be. Oh, yeah. It was. I mean, the the idea was to test to see if the missile the satellite Strang missile look, and they're scientists had calculated that any of the pieces from the explosion will quickly full into a low of a little bit. And then full full bits and burn up in the atmosphere of the I mean forgetting the actual change in the Connecticut energy that the orbiting initial target had like the thing hitting is going to change the overall. Trajectory of that object. Right. Because of the weight of the thing hitting it. But barring that if it we're gonna sound just blew up, obviously, it's not going to send everything into a lower orbit tiny show. What this area was it listlessness? I know we have physicist who might be able to. Well, what did they think was going to happen? Because surely some stuff will lose energy, but other things will gain higher energy and go into a high roll bit. Yeah. Just remain in all that. Unless the thing hitting it was coming from higher elevation higher altitude to lower altitudes. So it's also adding to the system net, you You know. know, moment change that's towards, but then orbital mechanics don't work, what can not confusing way that don't work, but came from straight above and blew up. It's conceivable the not necessarily because that really does that really counter intuitive thing about Opeta mechanics where if you're trying to it's the same as white docking is docking spacecraft onto the space station too. So tricky because when you speed up that makes you into Jairo, but which then makes you slow down and go further away from the thing. Okay. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, maybe maybe we can't figure out rocket science with our Beck of the envelope. Calculations right now. But it seems like a flawed idea blow it up and it'll all go down into lower easy way to get the rest of the world pretty pissed off at you as well. But like I said there's still a ton of junk in its that has to be tracked and avoided base trash. I'm kind of amazed that we don't have more instances of people fucking with other countries shit in orbit. Space forces coming. I really like. Burden lift scooters. Like this space is. The world's sidewalks. Right. Could leave all this shit trust? No one else is going to fuck with their shit. But you could just go fuck with their ship. And if you go, I don't know. Yeah. If you take out someone's iridium, satellite is their legal recourse for that. I think there are some pretty big recourse. If you do that. Diplomatic incidents. Pretty sure you're not allowed to just fuck with another. It's like gambling, and you know, over on the on the ocean. You know, I think I think councils an of wall. What if he does kick it give it a little nudge? Just leaning would've said lights here. Lina bit heavier. Several shine a- contest with the last person to hand off win the satellite. A bunch of astronauts hanging on. When you let go not good. No, still stay next to it per part of the debris watched any of those. There's a new ambition series on Netflix called love, death and robots. How I don't know that yet. It's it's if nothing what it lacks quality makes up for in lack of quantity..

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"dr jim green" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

Houston We Have a Podcast

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"dr jim green" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

"That's wonderful. This obsession exciting time, Jim and Mark. Thank you so much for coming on the show and and sharing these wonderful insights. It's really a pleasure to talk to you today. Thank you. Thank you so much, Gary. Bring your. Hey, thanks for sticking around. I had a great conversation with our administrator and Senator director here at Johnson Space Center talked to Jim, Brian Stein, and Mark Geyer they're both on Twitter so you can follow them specifically if you would like on Twitter, it's at Jim, Brian Stein for our NASA administrator and it's at director. Mark g for our Senator director here at the Johnson Space Center. There are a lot of other NASA podcasts that you can listen to Houston. We have a podcast is one of them another out at headquarters is gravity assist hosted by Dr Jim green. We have NASA in Silicon Valley out of the Ames research center and then rocket ranch out at Kennedy Space Center in Florida. You can follow us on social media NASA as a whole agency to see what we're doing. Just across all of these different areas. NASA is on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram under at NASA. You can use the hashtag, ask NASA on your favorite platform to submit an idea for this show Houston. We have a podcast just make sure to mention Houston. We have a podcast in their quest so we can. Find it. This episode was recorded on August twenty third twenty eighteen. Thanks to Alex Perryman Johnstone Pat Ryan. James Hartsfield Dylan Mathis and David bolt. Thanks to Matt Ryden and Johnny brick at necessa- quarters for helping this to come together. Thanks to Stephanie Custodio here at the Johnson Space Center also. And also thanks again to NASA administrator. Jim Breitenstein and Johnson Space Center director Mark Geyer for taking the time to come on the show. We'll be back next week..

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"dr jim green" Discussed on NASACast Audio

NASACast Audio

03:58 min | 3 years ago

"dr jim green" Discussed on NASACast Audio

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

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"dr jim green" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

Houston We Have a Podcast

03:58 min | 3 years ago

"dr jim green" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

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

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"dr jim green" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

Houston We Have a Podcast

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"dr jim green" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

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

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"dr jim green" Discussed on NASACast Audio

NASACast Audio

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"dr jim green" Discussed on NASACast Audio

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

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"dr jim green" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

Houston We Have a Podcast

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"dr jim green" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

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

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"dr jim green" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

Houston We Have a Podcast

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"dr jim green" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

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

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"dr jim green" Discussed on NASACast Audio

NASACast Audio

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"dr jim green" Discussed on NASACast Audio

"Accomplish absolutely well andrea thank you so much for coming on and kinda describing this exercise in space and i mean i'm taking some of the lessons learned from from the astronauts and just the idea of we'd we didn't touch on it so much but uh the idea of resist of and aerobic exercise right the idea of of mixing it up making sure you have the resist of exercise on the a red and the aerobic uh with the as stationary bicycle and the treadmill mixing it up and basically staying consistent right now i'm considering a personal trainer that might that he had a hitier thefts all right we'll andrew thanks again for coming on thanks so much for having me hello jerod mayo let me on their agreement in may of god the wringer annually armie hammer hey thanks for sticking around so today we talked with dr andrea hanson about exercise in space and how that's going to help us go further and further into the cosmos if you wanna know more about how the astronauts are exercising in space go to nasa dug up slash i s or you can follow us on facebook twitter instagram the international space station accounts to see what they're doing right now uh otherwise you there are plenty of other nasa podcast that you can tune into we have gravity assists fettah dr jim green talks about the planets in our solar system in some and beyond ultimately having great talks with some cool people like indy weirdest recently and also we have nasa in silicon valley out at aims who helps out with a lot of this stuff on the international space station is due to some cool stuff would twitch and going live on tv to talk about cool things like playing video games and how video games as sort of help us to um understands him components of space and how they inspire others to understand components of ace very cool stuff that they're doing over there so this podcast episode was recorded on february 20th twenty 18 thanks to kathy reeves judy hayes a siege arena kelly humphreys and ryan stewart thanks again to doctor andrea hanson for coming on the show we'll be back next week.

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"dr jim green" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

Houston We Have a Podcast

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"dr jim green" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

"Hello jerod mayo let me on their agreement in may of god the wringer annually armie hammer hey thanks for sticking around so today we talked with dr andrea hanson about exercise in space and how that's going to help us go further and further into the cosmos if you wanna know more about how the astronauts are exercising in space go to nasa dug up slash i s or you can follow us on facebook twitter instagram the international space station accounts to see what they're doing right now uh otherwise you there are plenty of other nasa podcast that you can tune into we have gravity assists fettah dr jim green talks about the planets in our solar system in some and beyond ultimately having great talks with some cool people like indy weirdest recently and also we have nasa in silicon valley out at aims who helps out with a lot of this stuff on the international space station is due to some cool stuff would twitch and going live on tv to talk about cool things like playing video games and how video games as sort of help us to um understands him components of space and how they inspire others to understand components of ace very cool stuff that they're doing over there so this podcast episode was recorded on february 20th twenty 18 thanks to kathy reeves judy hayes a siege arena kelly humphreys and ryan stewart thanks again to doctor andrea hanson for coming on the show we'll be back next week.

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"dr jim green" Discussed on NASACast Audio

NASACast Audio

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"dr jim green" Discussed on NASACast Audio

"Virtually online visiting different locations on the moon um i'm your host matthew buffing ten and if you noticed me looking at my laptop it's because i'm looking at the chat room as much as possible and so when i'm looking over here trying to find questions my co host abby table or is going to be any rubin things along yes exactly so maybe right now i could introduce our guests to the audience so we have here all the way from nasa headquarters dr jim green who is the director for planetary sciences and also more locally here it aims we know dr greg schmidt who's the deputy director of nasa solar system exploration research virtual institute deserve the serbs it is a good lunar back story to just that name into the insecure all together but before we get into the good stuff and more time you start talking about the moon i'm a little bit of house keeping for the old audio in the new twitch audience is basically a new format were trying out we've never done this before we're figuring this out as we go we're going to continue to do this for the next couple of weeks on twitch dot tv slash nasa basically doing this podcast but on twitch and taken you're taking the and going through the chats but you know basically the plan is for us to keep talking to some experts take questions from everybody if you can't catch us live that's no big deal you can find us on youtube dot com slash nasa aims and also on our s s podcast services throughout the solar system and beyond and i think our plan is we'll have those up by tuesday but so we talked about jim's gravity assists grigg tell us about how you join nasa high ended up until now well this story starts a.

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"dr jim green" Discussed on NASA In Silicon Valley

NASA In Silicon Valley

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"dr jim green" Discussed on NASA In Silicon Valley

"Virtually online visiting different locations on the moon um i'm your host matthew buffing ten and if you noticed me looking at my laptop it's because i'm looking at the chat room as much as possible and so when i'm looking over here trying to find questions my co host abby table or is going to be any rubin things along yes exactly so maybe right now i could introduce our guests to the audience so we have here all the way from nasa headquarters dr jim green who is the director for planetary sciences and also more locally here it aims we know dr greg schmidt who's the deputy director of nasa solar system exploration research virtual institute deserve the serbs it is a good lunar back story to just that name into the insecure all together but before we get into the good stuff and more time you start talking about the moon i'm a little bit of house keeping for the old audio in the new twitch audience is basically a new format were trying out we've never done this before we're figuring this out as we go we're going to continue to do this for the next couple of weeks on twitch dot tv slash nasa basically doing this podcast but on twitch and taken you're taking the and going through the chats but you know basically the plan is for us to keep talking to some experts take questions from everybody if you can't catch us live that's no big deal you can find us on youtube dot com slash nasa aims and also on our s s podcast services throughout the solar system and beyond and i think our plan is we'll have those up by tuesday but so we talked about jim's gravity assists grigg tell us about how you join nasa high ended up until now well this story starts a.

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"dr jim green" Discussed on NASACast Audio

NASACast Audio

01:52 min | 4 years ago

"dr jim green" Discussed on NASACast Audio

"I think that's fantastic because it's kind of sums up you know why do we do all these of science and why the science goes up and down to the international space station guys thanks so much for coming on the show both to shane a dentist for coming on used we have applied gas and nasa in silicon valley the first time we're doing this together that i really hope we can do this again with our powers combined the truth it it works out thinks love your helping pulled us together as has been a lot of fun yeah absolutely thanks gary thanks yeah huge dennison shane is awesome in life on this agreement in may of god bring manually how long the yellowhammer news ornaments hey thanks for sticking around so today we teamed up with the nasa in silicon valley podcast to talk about cargo missions and we had a couple of different perspectives with shane kim bro as an astronaut and then also dennis levinson go whereas the senior senior project scientist at nasa's ames research center in california uh so if you want to check out all nasr's podcast just go to nasagovpodcast there's where you can sign up for the nasa in silicon valley podcast and subscribe to them and there's also a new and that just got released a last week i think at this point it's called gravity assistance hosted by dr jim green nasr's planet uh director of planetary science and health start with a 10part series where he starts with the sun and then goes all the way out the pluto and just kinda makes his stops along uh our solar system and then talks about plants beyond this is going to be really cool podcast so definitely stay tuned.

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"dr jim green" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

Houston We Have a Podcast

01:52 min | 4 years ago

"dr jim green" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

"I think that's fantastic because it's kind of sums up you know why do we do all these of science and why the science goes up and down to the international space station guys thanks so much for coming on the show both to shane a dentist for coming on used we have applied gas and nasa in silicon valley the first time we're doing this together that i really hope we can do this again with our powers combined the truth it it works out thinks love your helping pulled us together as has been a lot of fun yeah absolutely thanks gary thanks yeah huge dennison shane is awesome in life on this agreement in may of god bring manually how long the yellowhammer news ornaments hey thanks for sticking around so today we teamed up with the nasa in silicon valley podcast to talk about cargo missions and we had a couple of different perspectives with shane kim bro as an astronaut and then also dennis levinson go whereas the senior senior project scientist at nasa's ames research center in california uh so if you want to check out all nasr's podcast just go to nasagovpodcast there's where you can sign up for the nasa in silicon valley podcast and subscribe to them and there's also a new and that just got released a last week i think at this point it's called gravity assistance hosted by dr jim green nasr's planet uh director of planetary science and health start with a 10part series where he starts with the sun and then goes all the way out the pluto and just kinda makes his stops along uh our solar system and then talks about plants beyond this is going to be really cool podcast so definitely stay tuned.

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"dr jim green" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

02:10 min | 4 years ago

"dr jim green" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"Spectators spectators from around the globe scrambling to witness history small towns with big views like prairieville oregon hangings and rainbow teaming with crowds vying for a clear shot of a great american eclipse the seventy mile wide shadow cast by the mood will speed across a ribbit of the country stretching from oregon to south carolina plunging parts of fourteen states into sudden darkness over a span of about ninety minutes all of the country will get to see at least eight partial eclipse two hundred million americans live within a day's drive of the path of totality which is why officials are bracing for what could be the worst traffic jam in us history our clinton so dell is in route to a prime viewing spot in hopkins ville kentucky this is interstate seventy here in missouri and every few miles you get a sign like this warning drivers that traffic is going to be heavy on equips schools planning to keep kids indoors for ice safety and it states like california that rely on the solar power grid experts are keeping a close eye but say there's little cause for concern tens of thousands streaming here to solar fest at madurese which nasa says is the best spot to you the eclipse from this perch in his hot air balloon you can see the sprawl of tense five thousand of them behind me this quadruples the entire population of the town of majuro our ginger zee is in nashville tennessee the largest city in the path of totality this family travelled eight hundred miles from philadelphia to see the eclipse dark matter nasr's dr jim green calls it a real chance to see the sun like never before what we want to look for is how extensive the atmosphere of the sun is the last time americans got a good look at one jimmy carter was in the white house not until august twenty first 2017 while another eclipse be visible from north america you'll need special purpose solar filters to watch the eclipse many stores sold out.

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