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"eaglehawk" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:01 min | 2 months ago

"eaglehawk" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"He also says he supports the decision by the chief there to fire the four officers involved Nick cannon supermarket in Danvers is selling meet again today back open it was closed Tuesday and Wednesday this week because some workers we don't know how many we've been working on that but they tested positive for covert nineteen and the Salem news now reporting that the town was alerted to a positive covert nineteen case at the store last Saturday the store opened on Sunday and was selling meat on Memorial Day health officials say the number of cases was fewer than ten so we know this is a time of great uncertainty and frustration for those of you in the restaurant business Carl Stevens spoke with one owner in the north that struggles that grows at a restaurant in the north end for more than two decades he's doing takeout now working hard to keep going and when he's allowed to reopen would sit down customers he says it won't be worth it if you can only have twenty five percent occupancy in their house with a call to get police fifty percent capacity because it's just me I don't know what the media wants to do he says twenty five percent inside I don't know how you handle the ups that you want to make up the difference with the outside patio so he's looking for answers meantime he's been donating a lot of meals to area hospitals his daughter is a nurse and he's got a real feel for what healthcare professionals are going through right now Carl Stevens WBZ Boston news radio for the first time in months members of the Franklin park zoo can get in to see the animals WBZ's Suzanne's solves bell reports they are back open as of now I am thrilled John Lenahan is the president and CEO of zoo New England he couldn't be happier Franklin park zoo was open again he says even though they've been trying to bring the animals to people online nothing beats the experience of live animals and animal that looks you directly in the eye and you have an interaction with is something you can never replace or to watch an animal nursing it's baby or procreating and you know it really just happened for real it didn't take two months worth of filming to catch a visit was open to members only until June fourth and then the general public and everyone has to sign up online for a time slot at the Franklin park zoo sees themselves will WBZ Boston news radio and a western New York start up known for inspecting roofs has transformed WBZ's Chris Follin tells us they are creating a lot of buzz even before they pivoted Eaglehawk already had their foot in some indoors we work with schools within the New York state university system we put a lot of the Ivy League schools so we have some credibility in the market even in our markets the project M. I. C. earlier this year when the corona virus to grip here in the U. S. things changed an eagle hawk C. E. O. Patrick Walsh followed suit becoming a drone based disinfecting.

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"eaglehawk" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:37 min | 2 months ago

"eaglehawk" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Of the also politic department said they decided this before the NC double a made their announcement and I applaud director was really being as he always is looking out for a student athlete welfare and trying to do the best we can for them in this time of crisis because at the end of the day it's all about our student athletes lasalle extended the opportunity for spring seniors to return which they say include scholarships St Joe says around thirty athletes are returning as of now in will receive athletic aid Villanova said it's doing its best within their budget to try to bring everybody back decisions are still being made some athletes did decide to return already Drexel said they're expecting a number to return and are working with each individually as they hope to provide opportunities Carol it's not just the schools that need to make these tough decisions the athletes have to as well because some of them might have had jobs lined up after what was supposed to be their senior year all right thank you Dave who knows when we'll see fans and sports arenas again but when we do disinfecting those places could be a real nightmare well Patrick Walsh has an idea he is CEO of Eaglehawk a company that makes drones doing it with the drone having the drone juries Franklin this is much much safer because now you don't have an improved very heavy backpacks will look with I'm not in the office either having to be exposure I hope his company has created a drone that can fly above an arena or stadium and sprayed disinfectant on all the seats apparently it can be done in just two hours it's seven twenty we've got problems with a dump truck on the northeast extension Zamil tells about that two minutes asking.

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"eaglehawk" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

03:20 min | 2 months ago

"eaglehawk" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"The Senate this week between US senator from Kentucky rand Paul the doctor after he felt she Bloomberg's Francine lock what talk with Lawrence our Johns Hopkins University I think that she is he demonstrated repeatedly at that path expert and so I you know I have an infection we've had this and I think we have to try to do it how forward in his vision for how we can quickly reopen the company if we open the country if the if the most important apple fall we have to be safe we have to read that back we have to be this is the time when we need that believe the leadership where Lauren good morning from London where can you find a voice of leadership is there anyone and and anything when you look at testing when you look at you know so some of the things that we know about what this actually virus does that that you would trust yeah I think that's one of our biggest challenges you know in that discussion with doctor coffee and doctor Paul and and when doctor felt because the cavalier for arguing that who should be re opened I think we saw that leadership gap unfortunately I don't feel like we have a strong national leadership crime that we can go to for support normally you would expect that from the CDC and the CDC has been applied line here I think doctor felt she is our best bet who who we can follow and how we can basically you know how we can take it by basically but but that conversation yesterday demonstrated that we really still have that need this Lawrence our Johns Hopkins University sprint speaking there with Francine lock what from Bloomberg one of the biggest unknowns in this pandemic is when it will be safe to watch live sports or see a concert in person what is the company banking on drones to help bring back some of our favorite social activities Huegel hawk a company based in upstate New York uses drones to inspect large facilities like sports arenas now the CEO wants to use those drones to bring sports back Eaglehawk develop disinfecting drones that can fly over the arena quickly spraying down seats doing it with the drone having drawn straight women is just much more serene cover large sections of seats these drones have the capacity to do pretty much any large scale facility that was CBS reporter Amanda Chen in Syracuse New York we'll update your money at the Bloomberg business desk coming up next apple W. news time now two fifty for making a difference for those who may need help the most during the pandemic I Brooke Allen in this week's difference maker is seventeen year old Troy high school senior Jagan Milani it is hard for me to just sit around and do nothing watching this all happened in our world and watching so many people around to offer so I just wanted to contribute in any way I could his contribution the creation of the nonprofit for our community Teigen's first order of business the blessing bags project filled with everyday items to help the homeless will treat for the paper to prosecute Hey and what white as well as non perishable foods such as chips being and granola bars and also any other just extremely helpful items like new or used clothing socks gloves hats beach mac or even school supplies the supplies will be donated to the hope hospitality and warming shelter in.

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"eaglehawk" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

03:13 min | 2 months ago

"eaglehawk" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Way now through August looking through the Tripoli jam cams in the idle dom motor group twenty four hour traffic center now let's get your accu weather forecast with Brian Thompson will consider seeing creasing clouds as we head through tonight there will be some rain at times late a low down to forty three although temperatures will start to rise toward daybreak mostly cloudy for tomorrow the case no rain and thunderstorms high near seventy ranking become steadier times tomorrow night perhaps even heavier for a time again the threat for a thunderstorm a load out of sixty one couple showers Friday morning then clouds break for some sunshine high seventy three Iraqi weather meteorologist Brian Thompson on W. W. JT Freddie good nine fifty all righty Bryan forty seven degrees out at city airport under mostly clear skies there and we're at fifty one degrees still in this tie over at metro airport Pontiac forty seven clear traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the aids live and local radio nine fifty W. W. J. good evening I'm Stephanie Davis and these are the top stories at ten fifty another protest is planned for the state capitol tomorrow in here in Michigan this two weeks after protesters with assault style weapons into the capitol building troopers on bikes with K. nine Sam in vehicles will also be on hand at the White House today president trump commented on Dr Anthony Fauci when asked about Fauci's cautious comments about re opening I was surprised by his answer actually because you know it's just not an acceptable answer especially when it comes to school CBS news will have more on this at the top of the hour one of the biggest unknowns in this this pandemic is win it will be safe to watch live sports or see a concert in person as a company banking on drones to help bring back some of our favorite social activities Eaglehawk a company based in upstate New York uses drones to inspect large facilities like sports arenas now the CEO wants to use those drones to bring sports back Eaglehawk develop disinfecting drones that can fly over the arena quickly spraying down seats doing it with the drone and drone sprinkle ministers must so we can cover large sections of seats these drones have the capacity to do pretty much any large scale facility a CBS reporter Amanda chan in Syracuse New York W. W. J. news time ten fifty two here are the birds are out and they can damage your car's paint this is Jeff with the ever think of what's in bird droppings about eighty percent uric acid it have some protein in it than some other component things that can quickly damage the paint on your vehicle system wind guards whose quality manager for Ford's paint engineering group I think it's part of the technical no more than the victims of a human hair so within that very narrow band of.

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"eaglehawk" Discussed on Jay Bird Watching

Jay Bird Watching

08:13 min | 3 months ago

"eaglehawk" Discussed on Jay Bird Watching

"Him that one day in the coffee shop. Yeah you're really that other guy that was in when he was the this is one of my favorite things he did when he was a Philly even period. That guy he was at the zoo at wearing right. Holiday Jersey sitting there point of Ashley finally gets his attention after like six pictures on twitter. Like it's just I. I don't think that this documentary for lack of a better way to put it. We'll like dissuade me from my positive feelings towards Roy Halladay reference top-five bluejays of all time. He's in there too like he's one hundred percent in there for me it's revert particular order. It's Alamar Joey. Bats J. D. Steve and Halliday like those to me are at the top five bluejays of all time. You can throw George Bell in there and take out Steve if you want. It's up to you but like for me. I just think that holiday belongs in there because during a time in which the bluejays were so terrible literally. He was the only good thing we had for so long. Especially during that. J P Ricciardi error. My God like what else do we have so I I just. It's going to be interesting. See I do think it's definitely appointment. Must View television or download for Blue Jays fans but It it's going to be really really a sad in a way to see a peek behind the curtain of the life that he lived in and if he was suffering in any way man that makes me feel even worse. Just makes you wonder how much those those quiet moments and things you were talking about on and off the field. There were the exact reason why he was not having a struggle when he was playing baseball. Maybe as much as it's going to be nice to see this whole thing get a whole story at and does such a good job with their documentary. Stop this will be a I would think casting it in the right light to the fact that you know this is what Roy. Halladay was period And this is why he should still be loved regardless of these things that were probably eaten autumn and whatnot and I think his wife said it in that trailer that system. Just you can't expect somebody to be perfect all the time and I think that's what a lot of people thought he wants. This guy was in saint. Nobody had seen a pitcher like him in Toronto especially route that generation. The last guy pitch this well was Dave Steve in the eighties right so it was unheard of and no that there was some more going underneath the hug going on here like. I said it's GonNa I think it's one of those things that's GonNa be nice to know the whole story because we didn't get all that stuff when he was a blue Jay or even when he was with Philly rappers retirement well I don't want to end things too. Much on the somber note. But this is where we're at so cool when it comes to you WanNa talk about the drone thing. Yeah go ahead of the previous conversations. So I'm just going to flip it back here too so so you can have your happy moment here. At the end of the show APP up there is a company out of Buffalo New York. That is trying to do a A A stadium sanitizing system with drones and I watched the video. I showed it with you guys before the show I forget the name of the company already but I think it was Eaglehawk ignorant cool. That's pretty cool to see that some people are trying different clever ways to more or less. Make It rain. Sanitizer in the ballpark. You know hopefully get us back to You know being able to go to these venues and actually take in a baseball game because more or less what they were talking about in the news feed this morning was when they were if you were gonNA hand scrub and really do a Santa's sanitizing effort in a ballpark and they were doing sale and field. Which is the home of the Buffalo Bisons? They would take three days to do it so you only be able to have that game twice a week to really make sure you cover everything right. These things are just flying over the seats. Like I said Nick I rain and an outside anyways. But if you're spraying everything down like with a fire hose of frigging. You know sanitizing quit. It's a lot better than not having done at all and I would say using a drone is a lot cheaper than paying a bunch of people get done really really quick which brings in another problem having too many people there so maybe this is where it goes. I know I thought I was really cool to see that on the news this morning. I can see it. If it's GONNA help get fans in stance quicker make sure that it will be safe from the game. I'm all for it go buffalo. I say If you're listening to Blue Jays fans invest invest invest invest. Got some extra money lying around. Put the money into that company. Right now you'll be a rich rich manner. Invest just invest. All right. Well there's your positive note on Maybe that's why saying this Jaybird. Watching is not affiliated with any financial or like that that might be able to fuck your future however financial advisor however we are looking for sponsors. Absolutely give some money That being said I got nothing else on the agenda here but it is encouraging at the very least although we do think it's a little bit rushed and whatnot. It is encouraging that there's at least conversation. There's a glimmer of hope if done correctly who am I do? I'm not a doctor okay. I don't know like what do I know I? I'm just going off my gut feeling. I'm just a podcast guy. I don't know anything on the. I'm the the definite idiot out of the three of us so I don't know anything. Don't take my word for it so That being said Next week we should have like. I said the finals of this bracket and I think we know what's going to boil down to but bluejays fans get those votes in. I highly encourage you. Check US out on twitter bird watching. Just get those votes in and make this interesting a lot of you love Jose Bautista and Josh Donaldson will then it's GonNa be a pretty cut and dry race and we'll we'll reconvene next week but Yeah I got nothing else unless you guys want to add something else. What do we do show? Friday next week can have trivia night. I'm in yeah. Let's do that so I'm GonNa do my best friend. We'll get this up with you. Know Ten fifteen questions or so for Toronto Blue Jays Trivia night and like I was saying when I put the vote up a couple of weeks ago see if there was any interest in it at all If van wins you to come on the show and Um you know talk with us for a few minutes I think a Bredesen prize get some airtime and hang out here. I'm in absolutely baby. I'm in cool. Well that being said gentlemen. It's always a pleasure doing this. I'm glad that we're able to do this this week until next week. let's Let's finish this off as we know how let's go. Let's go blue Jays fans. If you have not heard Brennan Panic car I myself. Craig Bornstein's on Jaybird watching and you WanNa start something on your own. You can join us right here on the anchor dot. Fm Family and jump right in with whatever podcasting pleasures you want with a wonderfully free platform and Brennan. Does it get any better than that? Doesn't get any better than that Craig. What's explain a little bit more? You have creation tools light record and edit your pockets right from your phone or computer. That's pretty damn good isn't it? Yeah now the mentioned the fact that it just goes right out to the Internet to all the wonderful podcasting ledger places as far as spotify apple. Itunes and all that kind of good stuff one-stop shopping and then they're even helping us get wonderful. Podcasts sponsors Brandon one-stop shopping right. It is and you know what you can make money from your podcast to by being able to go through and there is no minimum listenership. All you have to do is sign up for us. You can make money. We've made money. Why don't you want to make money too? Yeah so far as it goes. You're only call to action here folks if you want your own podcast.

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"eaglehawk" Discussed on The RV Podcast

The RV Podcast

01:57 min | 6 months ago

"eaglehawk" Discussed on The RV Podcast

"Pottery and basket work some paintings and blankets and nicely worked silver and turquoise jewelry the standout items in the collection where the dresses and shawls made of handwoven fabric and supple deer skin. They were worked with exquisite designs and beads quills silver ornaments some had EAGLEHAWK. Raven and crow feathers. Some were pure white and others died rich deep colours as we move from gallery to gallery we were humbled by the artistry in patients required to make make such things and certain of the pride with which they were worn off the main exhibits a workshop area where artisans can gather and create. There was a painter working the day we visited and he encouraged to sit down on the comfy couch and watch one of several films on offer about native life and history doing so we found out about the only deadly encounter between the Lewis and Clark Expedition and native Americans in which a black feet youth was shot in a clash between the two groups. Browning has a few more surprises to offer. There's the little flower church built in one thousand nine thirty one from local rocks hauled in by the basket load by parishioners and the glacier peaks casino where we enjoyed an excellent bowl of rice and hamburger soup if you happen to be here in July. Don't miss the chance to be part of North American Indian days at the Browning Powell grounds. This is the governmental and cultural center of the black feet nation and has special atmosphere all its own and joy the mountain view from a little ways away and spend an hour or three in Browning out here off the beaten path. We met him Brownie. We have it's a delightful town and of course it's a spectacular countryside and The black feet nation. What a wonderful place. We've stayed at a resort there a couple of times and really enjoyed it We'll have a link to.

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"eaglehawk" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

07:14 min | 1 year ago

"eaglehawk" Discussed on KGO 810

"Religion and violation of the first amendment. The supreme court rejected his request tragedy in New York. The helicopter pilot killed in Monday's crash in New York City has been identified. Now's a former volunteer fire chief and very dedicated highly professional and extremely well trained firefighter as well as a skilled pilot Tim McCormick died Monday after he made a crash landing on a roof at the seven eight seven seven th avenue building in midtown Manhattan, that was rain strong winds when he crashed on top of. Of the building and died. Now, when it's your time to go. It's your time to go. Listen to this, a motorcycle rider from Charlotte, North Carolina was killed when he was struck by lightning when he crashed on a highway near Orlando, the power of the lightning strike caused the forty five year old man's helmet to crack and burn causing him to flip over and crashes motorcycle, he died on interstate ninety five unbelievable. If you live in Montana, California, you wouldn't be blamed if you felt a little case of the jitters, a swarm birth quakes has shown remarkable staying power in the area around southern California. Caltech seismologists, Eaglehawk Zain said the chance that the series of tremors will turn into a large and destructive quake, isn't particularly high. But we thought we check in with Cal ori- the author of the man who predicts earthquakes, and she's an author intuitive. Who predicts earthquakes herself Cal? What do you think there's a lot of talk about California. I read three three days ago they said, don't worry chill. Everything's okay. I read, hey, you can worry now because one size four cylinder aggressive in shallow especially if you live around there and it's. It rattles nerves. I mean you feel it and keep in mind in greater Los Angeles Orange County, by the beach. There's a lot of faults just like the bay area in California and they're capable of unleashing huge catastrophic earthquakes, and anybody that lives in California, the shake day, like Alaska, Hawaii, they know that the big one can happen anytime, but what I also fed, which is fascinating this warm started may twenty fifth to six and now it's kinda dine out quickly, but it's my grading it was going north to south and now it was going north south to north and now it's moving south. And that's what they have seismologist. Some of them concerned is changing directions can what winter fringe in Brooklyn say, Eddie been around any day, like I said before I'm shocked. The southern California has had a shaker yet significant seven point O. Plus I'm gonna say this year without a doubt. That's just what we need. Thanks gals calorie website, calorie dot com. Part of our Twitter feed that coasttocoastam dot com. Astronomers believe they have found the famous lunar module from the Apollo tin, mission, five decades after it was released into space by the crew. The module measuring just four meters wide was named Snoopy and was believed to have been lost forever in nine hundred million kilometers space. After was jettisoned off Snoopy named after the little lovable cartoon dog was used as a practice run for the Apollo eleven lunar Lander to take place, two months after Apollo ten in July of nineteen sixty nine we're coming up on fifty years next month, two of the three astronauts transferred into it to announce a two to fifty thousand feet above the moon's surface. They then return to the. Command module after demonstrating the docking maneuver worked. The mission was over Snoopy was shut off into space. They lost it and they think now they have founded a very large massive unknown. Material has been discovered on the largest crater on the moon and scientists aren't sure what it is. They have no idea. Let's check in with what else is going on in space with Stephen Cates doctor sky. I Stephen George while tonight. Ladies and gentlemen, Georgia. Tonight is the night of Jupiter but more on that. And just a moment just to add onto your story about the largest impact base on the moon. It's nicer this large region at the moon south pole simply known as the lunar south pole Achim basin. Just an area on the moon around fifteen hundred miles diameter, I'll say about that folks. That's about a quarter of the moon service. The basin was formed by a large asteroid impact. And as you mentioned correctly, this large metallic body is probably buried in the moon's. Mantle this happened allegedly about four billion years ago towards what's so important about this story to add onto it is that this is the region that future astronauts, wanna build the permanent lunar base simply because it's Richard minerals, just like we described and something very precious to live water is, but George here we go with the live sky this, ladies and gentlemen, not to repeat it, but proudly to do. So is the night of Jupiter. It was closest to us today. George at eleven AM eastern daylight time for this period, some three hundred ninety eight million miles away, but as of nine PM Pacific daylight time Jupiter. Exactly was three hundred ninety eight million two hundred twelve thousand one hundred seventy nine miles from the earth. That means light takes thirty five minutes, and thirty seven seconds to get there. And now it's slowly moving away, George few miles per minute. But it's a great time to look. So if you're looking at telescope here's what you're going to see in just a few minutes about ten minutes. Exactly George those with telescopes looking on the western edge of Jupiter, satellite. AO will disappear behind the planet. Only to reappear by about twelve seventeen AM Pacific. They lifetime phenomenal stuff the moon now, George moving as it goes into its Gibbs. Phase eight point thirty three days pass new fascinating stuff, the next full moon, June, the seventeenth, the beautiful full strawberry Mon it happens at four thirty, four AM Pacific daylight time and George Bush, just go back to Jupiter for a moment, if you were on the surface clouds of Jupiter, which we couldn't because of the radiation. I weigh two hundred fifteen pounds, your two point fifty three times your weight. So I would way an incredible five hundred forty three pounds. I rather watch it from the ground Email me. If you've got questions, we've got answered on a diet sky. There you go to hundred Email me at the sky showed I just guy show at gmaiLcom and George correctly. Identifies losing somebody, there's always a good thing. Always remember to keep your eyes to guy. That's knock disguise. Stephen cates. Thanks, steven. Appreciate. It up next. We're going to talk about what really causes global warming up perspective from, Dr Peter Langdon ward next on coast to coast AM. I wanna talk with you for a moment about the incredible. See sti- wave radio. Be prepared. It's a simple phrase that's been used as a warning for almost one hundred years. That'd.

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"eaglehawk" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

06:31 min | 1 year ago

"eaglehawk" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Of religion and violation of the first amendment. The supreme court rejected his request tragedy in New York. The helicopter pilot killed in Monday's crash into New York City has been identified. Now's of former volunteer. Fire chief and very dedicated highly professional and extremely well trained firefighter as well as a skilled pilot Tim McCormack died Monday after he made a crash landing on a roof at the seven eight seven seven th avenue building in midtown Manhattan, that was rain strong winds when he crashed on top of. Of the building and died. Now, when it's your time to go. It's your time to go. Listen to this, a motorcycle rider from Charlotte, North Carolina was killed when he was struck by lightning when he crashed on a highway near Orlando, the power of the lightning strike caused the forty five year old man's helmet to crack and burn causing him to flip over and crashes motorcycle, he died on interstate ninety five unbelievable. If you're living Fontana, California, you wouldn't be blamed if you felt a little case of the jitters, a swarm birth quakes has shown remarkable staying power in the area around southern California. Caltech seismologists Eaglehawk in said the chance that the series of tremors will turn into a large and destructive, quake, isn't particularly high, but we thought we check in with Cal ori- the author of the man who predicts earthquakes, and she's an author intuitive. Who predicts earthquakes herself Cal? What do you think there's a lot of talk about California. Three days ago they said, don't worry. Everything's okay. I read, hey, you can worry now because one size for someone aggressive in shallow it, especially if you live around there, and it's I it rattles nerves. I mean you feel it. And keep in mind in greater Los Angeles, Orange County, by the beach. There's a lot of faults just like the bay area in California and they're capable of unleashing huge catastrophic earthquakes, and anybody that lives in California, the shake day, like Alaska, Hawaii, they know that could happen anytime, but what I also fascinating. This arm started may twenty fifth to just six and now it's kinda dying out quickly but it's my grading it was going north to south and now it was going north south to north and now it's moving south. And that's what has seismologist some of them concerned. It's changing directions. Tell what would our friend, Jim Burke, Lynn say had he been around. Like I said before I'm shocked at southern California has been had a shaker yet, significant seven point zero plus. I'm gonna say this year without a doubt. Boy, that's just what we need. Thanks cal. Cal Laurie website, calorie dot com part of our Twitter feed that coast to coast, AM dot com. Astronomers believe they have found the famous lunar module from the Apollo tin, mission, five decades after it was released into space by the crew. The module measuring just four meters wide was named Snoopy and was believed to have been lost forever in nine hundred million kilometers space. After was jettisoned off Snoopy named after the little lovable cartoon dog was used as a practice run for the Apollo eleven lunar Lander to take place, two months after Apollo ten in July of nineteen sixty nine we're coming up on fifty years next month, two of the three astronauts transferred into it to announce a to fifty thousand feet above the moon's surface. They then return to the command module after demonstrating the docking maneuver worked the mission was over Snoopy was shot off into space. They lost it, and they think now they have found it a very large massive unknown. Material has been discovered on the largest crater on the moon and scientists aren't. Sure what it is. They have no idea. Let's check in with what else is going on in space with Stephen Cates doctor sky, high Stephen George while tonight. Ladies and gentlemen, Georgia. Tonight is the night of Jupiter. But more on that in just a moment just to add onto your story about the largest impact base on the moon. It's naturally this large region at the moon south pole simply known as the lunar south pole Aitken basin. Georgia's an area on the moon around fifteen hundred miles. Now, think about that, folks. That's about a quarter of the moon service. The basin was formed by a large asteroid impact. And as you mentioned correctly, this large metallic body is probably buried in the moon's, mantle, this happened allegedly about four billion years ago, but towards what's so important about this story to add onto it. This is the region that future astronauts, wanna build the permanent lunar base simply because it's rich and minerals just like we described and something very precious to live. Water is George. Here we go with the live sky this, ladies and gentlemen, not to repeat it, but proudly to do. So is the night of Jupiter. It was closest to us today. Georgia, and eleven AM eastern daylight time for this period, some three hundred ninety eight million miles away, but as of nine PM Pacific daylight time Jupiter. Exactly was three hundred ninety eight million two hundred twelve thousand one hundred seventy nine miles from the earth. That means light takes thirty five minutes, and thirty seven seconds to get there. And now it's slowly moving away, George of Hugh miles per minute. But it's a great time to look. So if you look in the telescope here's what you're going to see in just a few minutes about ten minutes. Exactly George those with telescopes looking on the western edge of Jupiter. The satellite. I o will disappear behind the planet. Only to reappear by about twelve seventeen. AM Pacific daylight time phenomenal stuff the moon now, George moving as it goes into its Gibbs. Phase eight point thirty three days pass new fascinating stuff, the next full moon June, the seventeenth. Beautiful. Full strawberry moon. It happens at four thirty four A M Pacific daylight time and George Bush, just go back to Jupiter from moment, if you were on the surface clouds of Jupiter, which we couldn't because of the radiation. I weigh two hundred fifteen pounds, your two point fifty three times your weight. So I would way an incredible.

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"eaglehawk" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

06:31 min | 1 year ago

"eaglehawk" Discussed on KTOK

"Of religion and violation of the first amendment. The supreme court rejected his request tragedy in New York. The helicopter pilot killed in Monday's crash into York City has been identified. Now's a former volunteer fire chief and very dedicated highly professional and extremely well trained firefighter as well as a skilled pilot Tim McCormick died Monday after he made a crash landing on a roof at the seven eight seven seven avenue building in midtown Manhattan, that was rain strong winds when he crashed on top of. Of the building and died. Now, when it's your time to go. It's your time to go. Listen to this, a motorcycle rider from Charlotte, North Carolina was killed when he was struck by lightning when he crashed on a highway near Orlando, the power of the lightning strike caused the forty five year old man's helmet to crack and burn causing him to flip over and crashes motorcycle, he died on interstate ninety five unbelievable. If you live in Montana, California, you wouldn't be blamed if you felt a little case of the jitters, a swarm birth quakes has shown remarkable staying power in the area around southern California. Caltech seismologists, Eaglehawk Zain said the chance that the series of tremors will turn into a large and destructive, quake, isn't particularly high, but we thought we check in with Cal ori- the author of the man who predicts quakes, and she's an author intuitive. Who predicts quakes ourself Cal? What do you think there's a lot of talk about California. Three three days ago. They said, don't chill. Everything's okay. I read hey, you can worry now because one it seismic swarm, someone they're aggressive in shallow especially if you live around there and. Rattles nerves. I mean you feel it and keep in mind in greater Los Angeles Orange County, by the beach. There's a lot of faults just like the bay area in California and they're capable of unleashing huge catastrophic earthquakes, and anybody that lives in California's a shake day, like Alaska, Hawaii, they know that the big one could happen anytime, but what I also fascinating this warm started may twenty fifth to six and now it's kinda dine out quickly but it's migrating it was going north to south and now it was going north south to north and now it's moving south. And that's what they have. Seismologist. Some of them concern is changing directions, can what our friend, Jim Burke, Lynn say had been around, like I said, before I'm shocked, the southern California has been had a shaker yet, significant seven point O plus. I'm gonna say this year without a doubt. Boy, that's just what we need. Thanks gal calorie website, calorie dot com. Part of our Twitter feed that coast to coast, AM dot com. The strana I believe they have found the famous lunar module from the Apollo tin, mission, five decades after it was released in the space by the crew. The module measuring just four meters wide was named Snoopy and was believed to have been lost forever in nine hundred million kilometers space. After was jettisoned off Snoopy named after the little lovable cartoon dog was used as a practice run for the Apollo eleven lunar Lander to take place, two months after Apollo ten in July of nineteen sixty nine we're coming up on fifty years next month two of the three astronauts transferred into it to announce a two fifty thousand feet above the moon surface. They then returned to the command module after demonstrating the docking maneuver worked the mission was over Snoopy was shot off into space. They lost it, and they think now they have found it a very large massive unknown. Material has been discovered on the largest crater on the moon and scientists aren't. Sure what it is. They have no idea. Let's check in with what else is going on in space with Stephen Cates doctor sky high. Stephen tonight. Georgia. Tonight is the night of Jupiter. But more on that in just a moment just to add onto your story about the largest impact base on the moon. It's large region at the moon south pole, simply known as the lunar south pole Aitken basin area on the moon around fifteen hundred miles that folks, that's about a quarter of the moon service. The basin was formed by a large asteroid impact. And as you mentioned correctly, this large metallic body is probably buried in the moon's, mantle, this happened allegedly about four billion years ago. Important about this story to add onto it. This is the region astronauts want to build the permanent lunar base, simply because it's rich in minerals, describe and something very precious water is George who we go with the live sky this, ladies and gentlemen, not to repeat it, but proudly to do. So is the night of Jupiter. It was closest to us today. Georgia at eleven AM eastern daylight time for this period, some three hundred ninety eight million miles away, but as of nine PM Pacific daylight time Jupiter. Exactly was three hundred ninety eight million two hundred twelve thousand one hundred seventy nine miles from earth. That means light takes thirty five minutes and thirty seven seconds there. And now it's slowly moving away, George few miles per minute. But it's a great time to look. So if you look in the telescope here's what you're going to see in just a few minutes about ten minutes. Exactly George those with telescopes looking on the western edge of Jupiter. Satellite will disappear behind the planet. Only to reappear by about twelve seventeen AM Pacific time. Phenomenal stuff the moon now, George moving as it goes into phase, eight point thirty three days pass new fascinating stuff, the next full moon, June, the seventeenth beautiful strawberry and happens at four thirty, four AM Pacific daylight time and to go back to Jupiter for a moment, if you were on the surface clouds of Jupiter, which we couldn't because of the radiation. I weigh two hundred fifteen pounds, your two point fifty three times your weight, so I would way an incredible.

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"eaglehawk" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

06:32 min | 1 year ago

"eaglehawk" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Religion and violation of the first amendment. The supreme court rejected his request. Tragedy in New York. The helicopter pilot killed in Monday's crash into York City has been identified now of former volunteer fire chief and a very dedicated highly professional and extremely well trained firefighter as well as a skilled pilot Tim McCormack died Monday after he made a crash landing on a roof at the seven eight seven seven avenue. Building in midtown Manhattan was rain strong winds when he crashed on top of the building and died. Now, when it's your time to go. It's your time to go. Listen to this, a motorcycle rider from Charlotte, North Carolina was killed when he was struck by lightning when he crashed on a highway near Orlando, the power of the lightning strike caused the forty five year old man's helmet to crack and burn causing him to flip over and crashes, motorcycle, he died on interstate ninety five. Unbelievable. If you live in Fontana, California, you wouldn't be blamed if you felt a little case of the jitters, a swarm birth quakes has shown remarkable staying power in the area around southern California. Caltech seismologists, Eaglehawk Zain said the chance that the series of tremors will turn into a large and destructive quake, isn't particularly high. But we thought we check in with Cal ori- the author of the man who predicts earthquakes, and she's an author intuitive. Who predicts quakes ourself Cal? What do you think there's a lot of talk about California. Three three days ago. They said don't worry chill. Everything's okay. I read hey, you can worry now because one it seismic swarms aggressive in shallow especially if you live around there and it's. Rattles nerves. I mean you feel it and keep in mind in greater Los Angeles, Orange County, but beach, there's a lot of faults just like the bay area in California and they're capable of unleashing huge catastrophic earthquakes and anybody that lives in California's a shake stay like Alaska Hawaii. They know that one could happen anytime, but what I also said, which is fascinating this warm started may twenty fifth to just sit and now it's kinda dine out quickly but it's my grading it was going north to south and now it was going north south to north and now it's moving south. And that's what they have seismologist. Some of them concerned, it's changing directions. Tell what would our friend, Jim Burke, Lynn say, Eddie been around day. Like I said before I'm shocked. Southern California has an had a shaker yet significant seven point zero plus I'm gonna say this year without a doubt. That's just what we need. Thanks gals calorie website, calorie dot com, part of our Twitter feed that coast to coast, AM dot com. Strana I believe they have found the famous lunar module from the Apollo tin, mission, five decades after it was released in the space by the crew. The module measuring just four meters wide was named Snoopy and was believed to have been lost forever in nine hundred million kilometers space, after it was jettisoned off Snoopy named after the little lovable cartoon dog was used as a practice run for the Apollo eleven lunar Lander to take place, two months after Apollo ten in July of nineteen sixty nine we're coming up on fifty years next month, two of the three astronauts transferred into it to announce a to fifty thousand feet above the moon surface. They then return to the. A command module after demonstrating the docking maneuver worked. The mission was over Snoopy was shot off into space. They lost it. And they think now they have found it very large massive unknown. Material has been discovered on the largest crater on the moon and scientists aren't sure what it is. They have no idea. Let's check in with what else is going on in space with Stephen Cates doctor sky high. Stephen George tonight. Ladies and gentlemen, Georgia. Tonight is the night of Jupiter but more on that. And just a moment just to add onto your story about the largest impact base on the moon is Nasser. This large region at the moon south pole simply known as the lunar south pole Aitken basin area on the moon around fifteen hundred miles about that folks. That's about a quarter of the moon service. The basin was formed by a large asteroid impact. And as you mentioned correctly, this large metallic body is probably buried in the moon. Mansell this happened allegedly about four billion years ago towards what's so important about this story to add onto it. This is the region. That's your astronauts, wanna build the permanent lunar base simply because it's rich and minerals, described and something very precious life water is. But George here we go with the live sky this, ladies and gentlemen, not to repeat it, but probably to do. So is the night of Jupiter. It was closest to us today. George at eleven AM eastern daylight time for this period, some three hundred ninety eight million miles away, but as of nine PM Pacific daylight time Jupiter. Exactly was three hundred ninety eight million two hundred twelve thousand one hundred seventy nine miles from the earth. That means light takes thirty five minutes, and thirty seven seconds to get there. And now it's slowly moving away, George a few miles per minute, but it's a great time to look. So if you're looking at telescope here's what you're going to see in just a few minutes about ten minutes. Exactly George those with telescopes looking on the western edge of Jupiter. The satellite. AO will disappear behind the planet. Only to reappear by about twelve seventeen AM Pacific time phenomenal stuff the moon now, George moving as it goes into its Gibbs. Phase eight point thirty three days passes new fascinating stuff, the next full moon, June the seventeenth beautiful. Full strawberry moon. It happens at four thirty four AM Pacific daylight time and to go back to Jupiter for a moment, if you were on the surface clouds of Jupiter, which we couldn't because of the radiation. I weigh two hundred fifteen pounds, your two point fifty three times your weight, so an incredible.

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"eaglehawk" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

06:31 min | 1 year ago

"eaglehawk" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Of religion and violation of the first amendment. The supreme court rejected his request tragedy in New York. The helicopter pilot killed in Monday's crash in New York City has been identified now of former volunteer fire chief and very dedicated highly professional and extremely well trained firefighter as well as a skilled pilot Tim McCormick died Monday after he made a crash landing on a roof at the seven eight seven seven th avenue building in midtown Manhattan, that was rain strong winds when he crashed on top of. Of the building and died. Now, when it's your time to go. It's your time to go. Listen to this, a motorcycle rider from Charlotte, North Carolina was killed when he was struck by lightning when he crashed on a highway near Orlando, the power of the lightning strike caused the forty five year old man's helmet to crack and burn causing him to flip over and crashes motorcycle, he died on interstate ninety five unbelievable. If you live in Montana, California, you wouldn't be blamed if you felt a little case of the jitters, a swarm birth quakes has shown remarkable staying power in the area around southern California. Caltech seismologists, Eaglehawk Zain said the chance that the series of tremors will turn into a large and destructive quake, isn't particularly high. But we thought we check in with Cal Ori the author of the man who prediction earthquakes, and she's an author intuitive. Who predicts quakes ourself Cal? What do you think there's a lot of talk about California. I read three three days ago they said, don't worry chill. Everything's okay. I read hey, you can worry now because one signs four regressive in shallow especially if you live around there and it. Rattles nerves. I mean you feel it. And keep in mind in greater Los Angeles, Orange County, by the beach. There's a lot of faults just like the bay area in California and they're capable of unleashing huge catastrophic earthquakes, anybody that lives in California, the shake day, like Alaska, Hawaii, they know that the big one could happen anytime, but what I also said, fascinating, this warm started may twenty fifth to six and now kinda dine out quickly but it's my rating, it was going north to south and now it was going north south to north and now it's moving south. And that's what they have seismologist. Some of them concerned, it's changing directions. Tell what would our friend, Jim Burke, Lynn say had he been around like I said before I'm shocked at southern California has been had shaker yet. Significant seven point O, plus. I'm gonna say this year without a doubt. That's just what we need. Thanks gals calorie website, calorie dot com. Part of our Twitter feed that coasttocoastam dot com. Astronomers believe they have found the famous lunar module from the Apollo ten mission five decades after it was released in the space by the crew. The module measuring just four meters wide was named Snoopy and was believed to have been lost forever in nine hundred million kilometers space. After was jettisoned off Snoopy named after the little lovable cartoon dog was used as a practice run for the Apollo eleven lunar Lander to take place, two months after Apollo ten in July of nineteen sixty nine we're coming up on fifty years next month two of the three astronauts transferred into it to announce a two fifty thousand feet above the moon surface. They then returned to the command module after demonstrating the docking maneuver worked. The mission was over Snoopy was shot off into space. They lost it, and they now they have found it a very large massive unknown. Material has been discovered on the largest crater on the moon and scientists aren't. Sure what it is. They have no idea. Let's check in with what else is going on in space with Stephen Cates doctor sky, high Stephen George while tonight. Ladies and gentlemen, Georgia. Tonight is the night of Jupiter but more on that. And just a moment just to add onto your story about the largest impact base on the moon is Nasser. This large region at the moon south pole simply known as the lunar south pole Achim basin area on the moon around fifteen hundred miles. Diana. Now think about that, folks, that's about a quarter of the moon service. The basin was formed by a large asteroid impact. And as you mentioned correctly, this large metallic body is probably buried in the moon's, mantle, this happened the legendary about four billion years ago towards what's so important about this story to add onto it. This is the region that future astronauts, wanna build the permanent lunar base simply because it's rich and minerals, just like we described and something very precious to live war. Is. But George here we go with the live sky this, ladies and gentlemen, not to repeat it, but proudly to do. So is the night of Jupiter. It was closest to us today. Georgia, eleven AM eastern daylights. I'm for this period, some three hundred ninety eight million miles away, but as of nine PM Pacific daylight time Jupiter. Exactly was three hundred ninety eight million two hundred twelve thousand one hundred seventy nine miles from the earth. That means light takes thirty five minutes, and thirty seven seconds to get there. And now it's slowly moving away, George of Hugh miles per minute. But it's a great time to look. So if you looking at telescope here's what you're going to see in just a few minutes about ten minutes. Exactly George those with telescopes looking on the western edge of Jupiter. The satellite. I o will disappear behind the planet. Only to reappear about twelve seventeen AM Pacific time phenomenal stuff the moon now, George moving as it goes into its Gibbs. Phase eight point thirty three days, passing new fascinating stuff and explore moon, June. The seventeenth. Beautiful. Full strawberry moon. It happens at four thirty four AM Pacific daylight time and George Bush, just go back to Jupiter for a moment if you were on the surface clouds of Jupiter, which we couldn't because of the radiation. I weigh two hundred fifteen pounds, your two point fifty three times your weight. So I would way an incredible.

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"eaglehawk" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

06:30 min | 1 year ago

"eaglehawk" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Religion and violation of the first amendment. The supreme court rejected his request tragedy in New York. The helicopter pilot killed in Monday's crash in New York City has been identified. Now's a former volunteer fire chief and very dedicated highly professional and extremely well trained firefighter as well as a skilled pilot Tim McCormick died Monday after he made a crash landing on a roof at the seven eight seven seven th avenue building in midtown Manhattan, that was rain strong winds when he crashed on top of. Of the building and died. Now, when it's your time to go. It's your time to go. Listen to this, a motorcycle rider from Charlotte, North Carolina was killed when he was struck by lightning when he crashed on a highway near Orlando, the power of the lightning strike caused the forty five year old man's helmet to crack and burn causing him to flip over and crashes motorcycle, he died on interstate ninety five unbelievable. If you live in Montana, California, you wouldn't be blamed if you felt a little case of the jitters, a swarm birth quakes has shown remarkable staying power in the area around southern California. Caltech seismologists Eaglehawk in said the chance that the series of tremors will turn into a large and destructive, quake, isn't particularly high, but we thought we check in with Cal ori- the author of the man who predicts earthquakes, and she's an author intuitive. Who predicts earthquakes herself Cal? What do you think there's a lot of talk about California. I read three three days ago they said, don't worry chill. Everything's okay. I read hey, you can worry now because one it signs that four cylinder aggressive in shallow especially if you live around there, and it's. Rattles nerves. I mean you feel it and keep in mind in greater Los Angeles, Orange County, but the beach there's a lot of faults just like the bay area in California and they're capable of unleashing huge catastrophic earthquakes, and anybody that lives in California, the shake day, like Alaska, Hawaii, they know that the big one can happen, anytime. But what I also said, which is fascinating this warm started may twenty fifth to six and now it's kinda dine out quickly but it's migrating it was going north to south and now it's going north south to north and now it's moving south. And that's what they have seismologist. Some of them concern is changing directions. Tell what would our friend, Jim Burke, Lynn say had he been around. Like I said before I'm shocked at southern California has been had a shaker yet, significant seven point O plus. I'm gonna say this year without a doubt. Oh boy. That's just what we need. Thanks gal calorie website, calorie dot com. Part of our Twitter feed that coast to coast, AM dot com. Astronomers believe they have found the famous lunar module from the Apollo ten mission five decades after it was released in the space by the crew. The module measuring just four meters wide was named Snoopy and was believed to have been lost forever in nine hundred million kilometers space. After was jettisoned off Snoopy named after the little lovable cartoon dog was used as a practice run for the Apollo eleven lunar Lander to take place, two months after Apollo ten in July of nineteen sixty nine we're coming up on fifty years next month, two of the three astronauts transferred into it to announce a two to fifty thousand feet above the moon's surface, they then returned to the command module after demonstrating the docking maneuver worked. The mission was over Snoopy was shot off into space. They lost it and they think now they have founded a very large massive unknown. Material has been discovered on the largest crater on the moon and scientists aren't. Sure what it is. They have no idea. Let's check in with what else is going on in space with Stephen Cates doctor sky high. Stephen. Tonight. Ladies and gentlemen, Georgia tonight is the night of Jupiter, but more on that in just a moment just to add onto your story about the largest impact base on the moon. This large region at the moon south pole simply known as the lunar south pole Aitken basin area on the moon around fifteen hundred miles. Now, think about that, folks. That's about a quarter of the moon service. The basin was formed by a large asteroid impact. And as you mentioned correctly, this large metallic body is probably buried in the moon's Mansell, this happened allegedly about four billion years ago. Important about this story to add onto it. This is the region that future astronauts, wanna build the permanent lunar base simply because it's rich in minerals, just like we described and something very precious alive water is. But George here we go with the live sky this, ladies and gentlemen, not to repeat it, but proudly to do. So is the night of Jupiter. It was closest to us today. George at eleven AM eastern daylight time for this period, some three hundred ninety eight million miles away, but as of nine PM Pacific daylights on Jupiter. Exactly was three hundred ninety eight million two hundred twelve thousand one hundred seventy nine miles from the earth. That means light takes thirty five minutes, and thirty seven seconds to get there. And now it's slowly moving away, George of Hugh miles per minute. But it's a great time to look. So if you're looking at telescope here's what you're going to see in just a few minutes about ten minutes. Exactly George those with telescopes looking on the western edge of Jupiter. The satellite will disappear behind the planet. Only to reappear by about twelve seventeen AM Pacific divide time. Phenomenal stuff the moon now, George moving as it goes into its give us phase eight point thirty three days pass new fascinating stuff and expo moon, June, the seventeenth the beautiful soul strawberry Mon. It happens at four thirty four A M Pacific daylight time and George Bush, just go back to Jupiter for a moment if you were on the surface clouds of Jupiter, which we couldn't because of the radiation. I weigh two hundred fifteen pounds, your two point fifty three times your weight, so I would way an incredible.

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"eaglehawk" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

06:55 min | 1 year ago

"eaglehawk" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Congress's mandate to inscribe in God. We trust on currency was a government endorsement of religion and a violation of the first amendment. The supreme court rejected his request tragedy in New York. The helicopter pilot killed in Monday's crash in New York City has been identified. Now is former volunteer fire chief and very dedicated highly professional and extremely well trained firefighter as well as a skilled pilot Tim McCormack died Monday after he made a crash landing on the roof at the seven eight seven seven th avenue building in midtown Manhattan, that was rain strong winds when he crashed on top of the building and died. Now, when it's your time to go. Oh, it's your time to go. Listen to this, a motorcycle rider from Charlotte, North Carolina was killed when he was struck by lightning when he crashed on a highway near Orlando, the power of the lightning strike caused the forty five year old man's helmet to crack and burn causing him to flip over and crashes motorcycle, he died on interstate ninety five unbelievable. If you're living Fontana, California, you wouldn't be blamed if you felt a little case of the jitters, a swarm earthquakes has shown remarkable staying power in the area around southern California. Caltech seismologists, Eaglehawk Zain said the chance that the series of tremors will turn into a large and destructive quake, isn't particularly high. But we thought we check in with Cal ori- the author of the man who predicts earthquakes, and she's an author intuitive. Who predicts earthquakes herself Cal? What do you think there's a lot of talk about California. I read three days ago, they said, don't worry chill. Everything's okay. I read hey, you can worry now because one size it for them on their aggressive in shallow especially if you live around there, and it, it rattles nerves, I mean, you feel it and keep in mind in greater Los Angeles, Orange County, by the beach. There's a lot of faults just like the bay area in California and they're capable of unleashing huge catastrophic earthquakes, and anybody that lives in California's a shake stay like Alaska, Hawaii, they know that the big one could happen anytime, but what I also fed, which is fascinating this warm started may twenty fifth to six and now it's kinda dine out quickly but it's my grading it was going north to south and now it was going north south to north and now it's moving south. And that's what they had seismologist. Some of. Them concerned. It's changing directions. Can what would our friend, Jim Burke, Lynn say had he been around any day? Like I said before I'm shocked at southern California has been had a shaker yet, significant seven point zero. Plus I'm gonna say this year without a doubt. Boy, that's just what we need. Thanks cal. Cal calorie. Website, calorie dot com. Part of our Twitter feed that coast to coast, AM dot com strana, I believe they have found the famous lunar module from the Apollo mission five decades after it was released into space by the crew. The module measuring just four meters wide was named Snoopy and was believed to have been lost forever in nine hundred million kilometers space after was Jefferson doff Snoopy named after the little lovable cartoon dog was used as a practice run for the Apollo eleven lunar Lander to take place, two months after Apollo ten in July of nineteen sixty nine we're coming up on fifty years next month two of the three astronauts transferred into. To it to announce a to fifty thousand feet above the moon surface. They didn't return to the command module after demonstrating the docking maneuver worked. The mission was over Snoopy was shut off into space. They lost it, and they think now they have found it a very large massive unknown. Material has been discovered on the largest crater on the moon and scientists aren't sure what it is. They have no idea. Let's check in with what else is going on in space with Stephen Cates doctor sky high. Stephen George tonight. Ladies and gentlemen, Georgia. Tonight is the night of Jupiter but more on that. And just a moment just to add onto your story about the largest impact base on the moon. It's naturally this large region at the moon south pole simply known as the lunar south pole Aitken basin area on the moon around fifteen hundred miles, I and I was thinking about that, folks. That's about a quarter of the moon service. The basin was formed by large asteroid impact. And as you mentioned correctly, this, large metallic body. Is probably buried in the moon's, mantle, this happened allegedly about four billion years ago, but towards what's so important about this story to add onto this is the region that future astronauts, wanna build the permanent lunar base, simply because it's rich minerals, desribed and something very precious to live water ice. But you're here we go with the live sky this, ladies and gentlemen, not to repeat it, but probably to do. So is the night of Jupiter. It was closest to us today. Joe at eleven AM eastern daylight time for this period, some three hundred ninety eight million miles away, but as of nine PM Pacific daylight time Jupiter. Exactly was three hundred ninety eight million two hundred and twelve thousand one hundred seventy nine miles from the earth. That means light takes thirty five minutes, and thirty seven seconds that yet there and now it's slowly moving away, George of Hugh miles per minute. But it's a great time to look. So if you're looking at telescope here's what you're going to see in just a few minutes about ten minutes. Exactly George those with telescopes looking on the western edge of Jupiter, the satellite. I o will disappear behind the planet. It only to reappear by about twelve seventeen AM Pacific. They lifetime phenomenal stuff the moon now, George moving as it goes into its Gibbs. Phase eight point thirty three days, passing new fascinating stuff, the next full moon, June, the seventeenth beautiful soul strawberry moon. It happens at four thirty four A M Pacific daylight time and George Bush, just go back to Jupiter for a moment if you were on the surface clouds of Jupiter, which we couldn't because of the radiation. I weigh two hundred fifteen pounds, your two point fifty three times your weight. So I would way an incredible five hundred and forty three pounds. I rather watch it from the ground Email me. If you've got questions, we've got answers on a diet sky. There you go to hundred. DR sky showed show at gmaiLcom and George correctly. Identifies losing some weight is always a good thing. Always remember to keep your eyes guy that stuck sky Stephen Cates. Thanks, steven. Appreciate it up next. We're going to talk about what really causes global warming up perspective from, Dr Peter Langdon ward next on coast to coast AM. I wanna talk with you for a moment about the incredible. See skyway radio be prepared. It's a simple phrase that's been used as a warning for almost one hundred years. That'd be ready for those occasional.

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"eaglehawk" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"eaglehawk" Discussed on KTRH

"Religion and violation of the first amendment. The supreme court rejected his request. Tragedy in New York. The helicopter pilot killed in Monday's crash in New York City has been identified. Now's a former volunteer fire chief and a very dedicated highly professional and extremely well trained firefighter as well as a skilled pilot Tim McCormack died Monday after he made a crash landing on a roof at the seven eight seven seven th avenue, building in bid town Manhattan, that was rain strong winds when he crashed on top of the building and died. Now, when it's your time to go. It's your time to go. Listen to this, a motorcycle rider from Charlotte, North Carolina was killed when he was struck by lightning when he crashed on a highway near Orlando, the power of the lightning strike caused the forty five year old man's helmet to crack and burn causing him to flip over and crashes, motorcycle, he died on interstate ninety five. Unbelievable. If you live in Fontana, California, you wouldn't be blamed if you felt a little case of. Jitters swarm birth quakes has shown remarkable staying power in the area around southern California. Caltech seismologists, Eaglehawk Zain said the chance that the series of tremors will turn into a large and destructive, quake, isn't particularly high, but we thought we check in with Cal Ori the author of the man who predicts earthquakes, and she's an author intuitive. Who predicts earthquakes herself Cal? What do you think there's a lot of talk about California. Three days ago. They said chill. Everything's okay. I read hey, you can worry now because one seismic swarms aggressive in shallow actually, if you live around there and it's. Rattles nerves. I mean you feel it. Keep in mind Ingraham Angeles, Orange County, by the beach. Just like the bay area in California and they're capable. Huge catastrophic earthquakes, and anybody that lives in California, the shake day, like Alaska. They know that one.

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"eaglehawk" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"eaglehawk" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Of religion and violation of the first amendment. The supreme court rejected his request tragedy in New York a helicopter pilot killed in Monday's crash in New York City has been identified. Now's a former volunteer fire chief and very dedicated highly professional and extremely well trained firefighter as well as a skilled pilot Tim McCormack died Monday after he made a crash landing on a roof at the seven eight seven seven avenue building in midtown Manhattan, that was rain strong winds when he crashed on top of. Of the building and died. Now, when it's your time to go. It's your time to go. Listen to this, a motorcycle rider from Charlotte, North Carolina was killed when he was struck by lightning when he crashed on a highway near Orlando, the power of the lightning strike caused the forty five year old man's helmet to crack and burn causing him to flip over and crashes motorcycle, he died on interstate ninety five unbelievable. If you live in Fontana, California, you wouldn't be blamed if you felt a little case of the jitters, a swarm birth quakes has shown remarkable staying power in the area around southern California. Caltech seismologists, Eaglehawk Zain said the chance that the series of tremors will turn into a large and destructive quake, isn't particularly high. But we thought we check in with Cal ori- the author of the man who predict quakes, and she's an author intuitive who predict quakes herself Cal. What do you think there's a lot of talk about California. I read three three days ago, they said, don't chill. Everything's okay. I read hey, you could worry now because one it seismic sworn someone. They're aggressive in shallow actually, if you live around there and it's. Rattles nerves. I mean you feel it. And keep in mind in greater Los Angeles. Orange County, by the beach..

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"eaglehawk" Discussed on What Really Happened?

What Really Happened?

04:43 min | 1 year ago

"eaglehawk" Discussed on What Really Happened?

"And so it's really quite unusual to get. Kind of openness Indians are not they're not air ag- unt. Indians are very private and they are home boat, and they don't like to brag on themselves or others. And so that's why they just kind of keep a low profile even in the US military today. People don't realize this. But by ethnicity Indians is the largest Representative in our armed forces. And but you hardly know that because they don't brag about it. They don't talk about it. But they're a warrior people, and they it means a lot to them to carry on these Loria traditions protecting the homeland so oral histories are really important. They're also remains the fear that should anyone speak negatively of Custer. There could be a vicious response. There has been in the past. It doesn't take long into reading violence book that you begin to see one reoccurring word retribution. Native Americans didn't want to tell their side of the story for many reasons one being it was too dangerous by Ola chronicles, many who speak to this. Jesse kills close to the lodge said there are things that books tell that are not true. I guess Indian people were scared to tell. So Johnson holy rock. One reason was that they didn't want to be identified as hostels for fear of retribution or retaliation Eaglehawk explained. Everything went underground. And people just didn't want to bring them out even people that were at the battle of little big horn. If they had a rifle they hit it. They wouldn't even sing the victory songs until the nineteen twenties and nineteen thirties to be clear that's over fifty years after the battle they were afraid of retaliation. What might happen to them? One of the final pieces. I learned as to why native Americans were quiet about what happened humility, whether it's native Americans themselves or the authors and historians who've attempted to better understand their history. There is a deep routed humility with each interview. I did inevitably who I was speaking to would suggest I talked to someone they thought would be better suited to talk about this topic. I can assure you, this doesn't always happen. This is why it was so hard for Joseph and Rosemary to write a biography. One of the tragic things that that has happened in the last thirty years is there have been a lot of those oral histories that were carried by elders. And there were no younger people who expressed the dedication to the story and the language in order to to learn those in carry them forward so much if not most in almost certainly most of the oral histories have been lost because they've been so carefully preserved. I thought more about the northern Cheyenne and their humility end in lawyers out there, not, but they just really are humble people not aggressive faith, don't push their way into anything. So that's why you don't see them much on the news. And I think certainly help with that personality. What? Government was able to take advantage of them. The whole story about them. This remarkable, you know, for example, the code talkers here very time we're trying to infect a punishing Indian kids for speaking our language at school in World War One and World War Two was their codes their languages that enabled us to really feel. Really in the Pacific, fighting Japanese certainly with the Germans to. Come up with several unbreakable. And it's all you have. The irony is on one hand, the we're trying to take the Indianness away from them on the other hand, it was or language that was beneficial to us at crucial times in our straight in two thousand five there was a gathering, although not chronicled by the influential publications of our time or really hardly any magazines or newspapers this gathering. I think changed history. It was July twenty second in billings, Montana. And the sun was just beginning to set on another hot day. A group of northern Cheyenne came together to tell a story there were about two hundred people in attendance. Frank, Roland the nights MC announced to the crowd. The chiefs said to keep valve silence for one hundred summers..

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"eaglehawk" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"eaglehawk" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Not only that how about that bam we now have three no hitters this year in three different country that is crazy one in california mexico and now one in canada i mean you know the united states i know i had to knock you guys out of the spin zone at somewhere too much fun over here aren't we will get a chance for a no hitter in another country potentially the red sox and the announced they're gonna be playing that game in london next year yesterday announce yeah jerry he he he he ran the entire data collection it was also remember paxton is that guy when the eagles rights of the eagle landed on them right on the national anthem he's standing alone basically in the outfield and the eagle usually soda handler the eagles flew and tried to land on his on his shoulder still one of the most amazing things because dude didn't move it's a raptor hasely real that he didn't move what's your question brad is raising his hand what are you got rafters were actually much smaller than portrayed in the movie they were like the size of a medium sized dog we have we're not talking about those we're talking about the raptors that exists today he went down this rabbit hole of stupidity we didn't go there we're talking about i'm talking about what a raptor actually is you're still listening to the fearmongering hollywood scary we're talking about what raptors are today alza raptors hawks are raptors eagles are raptors that's what we're talking about and then you went off on this ridiculous tangent that's not what i was talking about it that's not what you were talking xactly what again you guys are living in the spins on right fighting with him that would with me just say i gave you science raptor plural noun a bird of prey and eaglehawk falcon wral boom yes i understand what he's making a different point but either way i don't like young people more i don't like us was about to say that seems like a fifty fifty split and we continue to make junior feel even worse giancarlo stanton homered twice including laser shot to left in the second inning the yankees manager aaron boone call that a superhero swing and here is how it sounded from michael k three two.

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