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02:35 min | 4 months ago

"fred watson astronomer lodge" Discussed on Space Nuts

"Were very big on this on this view but we do have we do have evidence that certainly have been periods where the bombardment via has been much higher than other periods and not just right at the beginning in the early history of the solar system. Three point eight zero three point. Nine billion years ago something called the late heavy bombardment. Which in which was a time when everything's charging around but they've been these other period since then where it's looked as other been more higher rates of cratering on solar system bodies which suggests that there's been more pets and that suggests that maybe something has upset the clouded. And i suppose it's also possible. Something disturbed what. I've fifty to one hundred thousand years ago when humanity wasn't feeling and we might say the effects real soon true actually hundred thousand years ago. He was a thing but different. Not quite as well in tune with the the sums negatives were then they just new things. We're flying down. The point mentioned in the youtube channel. That donald watch not confessed to watch this video. And it's giving us a link to it. We'll try and do that. But that talks about events seventy thousand years ago. That would have messed things up. We could still say the effect of we could yes. That's right yeah we watch out for this spes. Yes great news. Daryl not question. It was a good one. I do enjoy the what would happen. If so if you want to Forest one or two of those for episode to forty We could have a bit of Because i'm sure people got something in mind about what we'll look forward to that. Is i forget again. If you do have a question you can upload it our Website gust gum. I m i linked voice If you want to record your voice Or you can just do it through the email interface and send us the text. Whatever way suits you that brings us to the end of another program and their first one for twenty twenty one. Thank you for it. It's it's great fun and a great pleasure. We'll we'll find other interesting stuff to talk about next time on a look food andrew soon. Okay professor fred watson astronomer lodge out of the time he space nets.

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"fred watson astronomer lodge" Discussed on Space Nuts | Astronomy, Space and Science News

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01:46 min | 5 months ago

"fred watson astronomer lodge" Discussed on Space Nuts | Astronomy, Space and Science News

"Keep them coming in. Don't forget you can send your questions to us via text service through our website. Spice nuts podcasts. Dot com is a An email thing That's it's official name amalfi Or you can click on the tab and record your questions. I forget to tell us who you are away. From and We'll get as many answers as possible. We've been doing a bit of catching up of light and it's good to be able to do so many questions and he'll voices. Thanks again and thank you. Fred has always great pleasure. Good to see you too. We'll see you next week indeed. We will Fred watson astronomer lodge from the spice nuts team and for me andrew. Thanks again for listening. We will catch you again. real.

"fred watson astronomer lodge" Discussed on Space Nuts

Space Nuts

01:46 min | 5 months ago

"fred watson astronomer lodge" Discussed on Space Nuts

"Keep them coming in. Don't forget you can send your questions to us via text service through our website. Spice nuts podcasts. Dot com is a An email thing That's it's official name amalfi Or you can click on the tab and record your questions. I forget to tell us who you are away. From and We'll get as many answers as possible. We've been doing a bit of catching up of light and it's good to be able to do so many questions and he'll voices. Thanks again and thank you. Fred has always great pleasure. Good to see you too. We'll see you next week indeed. We will Fred watson astronomer lodge from the spice nuts team and for me andrew. Thanks again for listening. We will catch you again. real.

"fred watson astronomer lodge" Discussed on Space Nuts | Astronomy, Space and Science News

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02:45 min | 7 months ago

"fred watson astronomer lodge" Discussed on Space Nuts | Astronomy, Space and Science News

"Planets in different galaxies, you know a problem that really has no easy answers. It might result in telescope being built elsewhere. Perhaps of LAPA on the island of power in the Canary which is. Not Quite as good as scientists. Monica. But still pretty good. I've got off the track there but. Regular telescopes who've got a lot to offer and You know the meteorite likewise in the radio spectrum will have very fine resolving. Because antennas spread over Lounge area, and so we don't need to worry too much about looking at gravitational lenses they're paying to deal with. And once in a while, we get a fortunate. Juxtaposition that let's see galaxies behind a cluster of galaxies. Let's get decent results from it, but it's not something I? Think you could use as a routine method of observing. They you go. Along to a short question. But a good question well, worth asking brock. Thank you so much we. It, and thank you everyone who sends in questions with starting to pull them up again But of course, as always if you'd like to send in a question, go to our website spice nuts podcast dot com, you can send it the traditional way through contact portal or you can click on the Tab and record you'll question just tell us who you away from and ask your question as long as you've got a microphone attached to your device that operates Will We will receive it and more than happy to they got through them and pick and choose which ones get put on the we can't do the Malays is just too many that we had a little drought, but that's certainly not the case Nabet. Cape him coming that's what we like. Fred that brings us to the end of what turned out to be lengthy episode that very, very good. Indeed. Thank you so much integrate hundred. Actually turned out to be lingering. Good. Well, never mind. It's all good stuff. Thank you very much. It's under for because we're approaching the summer solstice and now that. The length of our episodes is actually longer than I a p. That's what's happening. She'll be doing Sundial by this little number. Maybe. That's how tell the time on radio by the way. Thank you fred. We'll catch you next time. Sounds Great. Hundred. Say. Fred, Fred Watson Astronomer. Lodge here on the space and that's podcast and for me Andrew Dice. Clay. Thanks again for listening. Tell you friends say hi to your mom for me and we'll catch you on the next episode..

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"fred watson astronomer lodge" Discussed on Space Nuts | Astronomy, Space and Science News

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02:27 min | 8 months ago

"fred watson astronomer lodge" Discussed on Space Nuts | Astronomy, Space and Science News

"Thanks very much question and thanks for phony getting into. It's very nice to hear the firefighters and again. It's lovely. I despise he got the idea from Al son using having once had a monory. I would plus together lock he's talking about. They probably very, very long way apart I don't remember the figure we talked about a couple of weeks ago. But it was. It was a widely separated binary system which we know things that do exist in the in a part of the galaxy. Okay thanks, Barry Love the question and thanks to everyone who contributed to this week's episode. Really do appreciate it, and of course, if you do want to ask questions were more than willing to accept them The truth is we don't get to all of them these dyes because we get so many. So we Kinda hand pick them and. that's just the way it has to be. So no disrespect we just We just can't get to the mole. Absolutely. That's why we dedicate. shows to or questions to do a bit of a catch up on many that we do get but we do appreciate it and you can certainly record your question Var at websites space nuts, podcast, dot com click on the TAB. If you've got a device the microphone, it's really that simple just press record and a wii ago who I you way of from what you question and it will be recorded and we can do what we did today in and put it on the podcast love to hear all the all the different voices from all over the world. And that brings us to the end of another episode Fred Thank you again. Anytime. You. Can probably put that. Maria. Okay. Sounds Great. Thank you. That's professor, Fred Watson Astronomer Lodge proud of the team he on the space, and that's podcast for me. Andrew Dunkley, thanks again for listening catch you on the very next episode. He's Available at apple podcast Google podcasts spotify. Your favorite podcast. You can also stream on demand God stuff. This is paying now the quality podcast production from thoughts dot com..

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"fred watson astronomer lodge" Discussed on Space Nuts

Space Nuts

02:27 min | 8 months ago

"fred watson astronomer lodge" Discussed on Space Nuts

"Thanks very much question and thanks for phony getting into. It's very nice to hear the firefighters and again. It's lovely. I despise he got the idea from how son using having once had a a monory. I would plus together lock he's talking about. They probably very, very long way apart I. Don't remember the figure we talked about a couple of weeks ago. But it was. It was a widely separated binary system which we know things that do exist in the in a part of the galaxy. Okay thanks, Barry Love the question and thanks to everyone who contributed to this week's episode. Really do appreciate it, and of course, if you do want to ask questions were more than willing to accept them The truth is we don't get to all of them these guys because we get so many. So we Kinda hand pick them and. that's just the way it has to be. So no disrespect we just We just can't get to the mole. Absolutely. That's why we dedicate. shows to or questions to do a bit of a catch up on many that we do get but we do appreciate it and you can certainly record your question. Var at websites space nuts, podcast, dot com, click on the TAB. If you've got a device we microphone, it's really that simple just press record and a wii ago who I you way of from what you question and it will be recorded and we can do what we did today in and put it on the podcast love to hear all the all the different voices from all over the world. And that brings us to the end of another episode Fred Thank you again. Anytime. You. Can probably put that Maria. Okay. Sounds Great. Thank you. That's professor Fred Watson Astronomer Lodge Proud of the team he on the space and that's podcast for me. Andrew. Dunkley thanks again for listening. Catch you on the very next episode. He's Available at Apple podcasts Google podcasts spotify iheartradio, your favorite podcast. You can also stream on demand at God stuff. This is paying now the podcast production from thoughts dot com..

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"fred watson astronomer lodge" Discussed on Space Nuts

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05:54 min | 8 months ago

"fred watson astronomer lodge" Discussed on Space Nuts

"Love this podcast support this show through the ACOSS support a feature. It's up to you how much give and there's no regular commitment. Just hit the link in the show description to support now. Fifteen seconds guided journal. Nine ignition sequence uh space nuts. Three To Our. report it feels good. Hello. Once again, thank you for joining us. This is the space knots podcast episode two hundred and Twenty Names Andrew Co host joining me as always is professor Fred Watson Astronomer Lodge, afraid Andrew. How're you doing today? I'm pretty excited this wait for it. Really did you H- Golf Bolo Did that very well, but Maya audiobook has has been released as of as of yesterday. Very good. Austin. The the terrain Ian Enigma is now available as an audio book, download it from your favorite audiobook distributor, and now it's on Google and now it's on Apple. It's not quite on audible, but it will be they stumm. They're a bit slower than the rest to get get the ducks lined up and I think in all. There are forty three audiobook distributors that a guy to carry it. So. That's very exciting. Now, getting the would out if you because this is this is by yet demand people asking to get an audio copy so I decided or on old it and runs. Five hours. Yeah. Five hour listening. Is the one that? When you play voice very similar to the one on talking to now. Would Bay. Sometimes. It went sound like because I go into character. Rather than just right right. So I haven't been I like the sound of the. This is fantastic. Well done. Liking up voices very difficult I might add. That's right a couple of times, bizarre? Anyway. It's Ole ready to roll. So if you're if you're interested, you can you can download it today. Fred coming up. We're going to be answering audience questions almost exclusively today although there's one story that's hit the headlines this week that we can't not do. FEM accent but. WE'RE GONNA look at the use of lies in spice in some of the issues facing that particular situation measuring distance in spice why we use terms like plastic. Relied sickened or things along those lines. A couple of questions about Venus One is obviously focused on the potential life on Venus, which is hit the news this week. So we'll talk about that but there's also a mission headed Tamaz the Venus? I should say wanted to discuss and we we talked about the journey of light from the center of the Sun recently somebody's brought that one back to to us..

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Space Nuts | Astronomy, Space and Science News

05:52 min | 8 months ago

"fred watson astronomer lodge" Discussed on Space Nuts | Astronomy, Space and Science News

"Love this podcast support this show through the ACOSS support. Supportive HR. It's up to you how much give and there's no regular commitment. Just hit the link in the show description to support now. Fifteen seconds guided. Journal Chan. Ignition sequence UH space nuts. Three To. Our. report it feels good. Hello once again for joining us, this is the space knots podcast episode two hundred and Twenty Names Andrew Co host joining me as always is professor. Fred. Watson. Astronomer Lodge afraid. Andrew, how're you doing today? I'm pretty excited this wait for it. Really. Did you H- Golf Bolo Yeah Did that very well. But Maya. AUDIOBOOK has has been released as of as of yesterday very. So Austin. The the terrain. Ian Enigma is now available as an audio book, download it from your favorite audiobook distributor, and now it's on. Google and now it's on Apple. It's not quite on audible, but it will be they stumm. They're a bit slower than the rest to get get the ducks lined up and I think in all. There are forty three audiobook distributors that a guy to carry it. So that's very exciting. Now getting the would out if you because this is this is by yet demand people asking to get an audio copy so I decided or on old it and runs. Five hours. Yeah. Five hour listening. Is the one that. When you play a voice very similar to the one on talking to now. Would be. Bit. Sometimes, it went sound like because I go into character. Rather than just, right. Right. So I haven't been I like the sound of the. This is fantastic. Well done. Liking up voices very difficult I might add. That's right a couple of times bizarre anyway. It's Ole ready to roll. So if you're if you're interested, you can you can download it today. Fred coming up, we're going to be answering audience questions almost exclusively today although there's one story that's hit the headlines this week that we can't not do. FEM ACCENT BUT WE'RE GONNA look at the use of lies in spice in some of the issues facing that particular situation measuring distance in spice and why we use terms like plastic. Relied sickened or things along those lines a couple of questions about Venus One is obviously focused on the potential life on Venus, which is hit the news this week. So we'll talk about that but there's also a mission headed Tamaz, the Venus I should say which we wanted to discuss and we we. Talked about the journey of light from the center of the Sun..

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05:44 min | 10 months ago

"fred watson astronomer lodge" Discussed on Space Nuts | Astronomy, Space and Science News

"Love this podcast, support this show through the ACOSS. Supportive HR. It's up to you. How much give and there's no regular commitment. Just hit the link in the show description to support now. Fifteen seconds guided journal. Ignition. SEQUENCE UH space nuts. Three To. Pablo. report it feels good. Hello and welcome. Thank you for joining us on this edition of the Space Nets podcast episode, two hundred and twelve all about astronomy and space science. My Name is Andrew Dunkley your host and with me again is professor Fred Watson Astronomer Lodge Hello Fred Good Good Day Andrew. How you? I, am well, sir, how you good thanks and the only say Good Morning Which? Might not be appropriate sometimes if people are listening to this podcast I do that's that's the thing about podcasting. People could be listening at any time on any days A. You've got to be a bit generic. Bet Your rum about you, hello. Generic. Hello from me. Fraught with danger specific. But. We'll manage I'm sure we'll manage now before we get into these these topics to today's topic, Fred we. We do WANNA mention that we've we've received a raft of questions. text and And we are going to weigh in the very. We haven't done this for a long time. We are going to in the near future. Do an entire episode dedicated to questions? So why if you've got a question? Want to throw at us in the next week or two Yes, please please send it through, and we'll try and add it to the mix with episode. Two one five will be all questions. All audience questions your chance to unravel the mysteries of the universe courtesy of frayed. Now today we got to talk about a launch that happened the other day. Actually watched this live although I must. Laugh a little at a network that showed it because to come. By. Didn't know what they were looking at. 'cause I would just in a TV studio, and the the host said to the supposed expert..

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"fred watson astronomer lodge" Discussed on Space Nuts

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04:57 min | 10 months ago

"fred watson astronomer lodge" Discussed on Space Nuts

"Love this podcast, support this show through the ACOSS supportive. HR! It's up to you. How much give and there's no regular commitment. Just hit the link in the show description to support now. Fifteen seconds guided journal Chan. Ignition sequence UH space nuts. Three To. Pablo. report it feels good. Hello, and welcome, thank you for joining us. On this edition of the Space Nets podcast episode, two hundred and twelve, all about astronomy and space science. My Name is Andrew, Dunkley your host and with me again is Professor Fred Watson? Astronomer Lodge Hello Fred Good Good Day Andrew. How you? I am well. Sir, how you good thanks and the only say Good Morning Which? Might not be appropriate sometimes. If people are listening to this podcast, I do that's that's the thing about podcasting. People could be listening at any time on any days A. You've got to be a bit generic. Bet Your rum about you, hello. Generic, hello from me. Fraught with danger specific. But we'll manage I'm sure we'll manage now before we get into these these topics to today's topic Fred we. We do WANNA mention that we've. We've received a raft of questions. text and And we are going to weigh in the very. We haven't done this for a long time. We are going to in the near future. Do an entire episode dedicated to questions? So why if you've got a question? Want to throw at us in the next week or two Yes, please please send it through, and we'll try at it to the mixed with episode. Two one five will be all questions. All audience questions your chance to unravel the mysteries of the universe courtesy of frayed. Now today we got to talk about a launch that happened the other day. Actually watched this live although I must. Laugh a little at a network that showed it because to coming. Bicycling didn't know what they were looking at. 'cause I would just in a TV studio, and the the host said to the supposed expert..

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04:42 min | 11 months ago

"fred watson astronomer lodge" Discussed on Space Nuts | Astronomy, Space and Science News

"Build, good. Hello once again. Thank you for joining us on this. The space nuts podcast episode two hundred nine. My name is Andrew Dunkley and with me as always is professor. Fred Watson Astronomer Lodge afraid. Lure Andrew, how're you doing? I'm quite well sir. How are you quite well to? Laura Sims, doesn't it and so we can? Go something much more to say. But we carry on regardless and there's plenty to talk about again this week. Including an update on the styling satellite program. A planet discovered by the University of southern Queensland but it's more about how they did it than the discovery itself. That's interesting, and we get a full up a story that seems to be doing the rounds collision between two Black Hulls that looks to have created an explosion of light. That sounds rather spectacular. Will also tackle some audience questions about except planets and this. This one fascinates me. I hope you've done your homework. Quack, matter and stars. I. Thought. That was the stuff of myth, but we'll find out but that's all coming up. We'll start off. Fred with a look at the styling. Satellite Program is an update day. This is I think it is the certainly the tenth launch off starring satellites, which takes the total up to something like six hundred sounds delights in orbit of course. This is the issue that is got astronomers. Hot under under the color all over the world, both professional and amateur, because of the amount of light these spacecraft. Reflect back from the sun and. SPACEX have come to the party on this they have. been very concerned that that's the case, and so they looked town to mitigate this and I think I'm right in saying that this the whole trench of an a believe it was fifty seven. Spacecraft will launch with probably some other payloads in as well as a fifty seven of the styling centralize, but this whole trench of them now employ uses what's. What SPACEX is calling well. The cooler satellites visor sat because they'd go to visor assum visor..

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"fred watson astronomer lodge" Discussed on Space Nuts | Astronomy, Space and Science News

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02:25 min | 11 months ago

"fred watson astronomer lodge" Discussed on Space Nuts | Astronomy, Space and Science News

"Meals good. Hello again. Thank you for joining us. This is the space that's podcast episode, two hundred and seven. My Name is Andrew Dunkley your high school with me. As always is professor Fred. Watson Astronomer Lodge Heidi Afraid I. Andrew How you going? I am quite well. Sir and how you, yes, very. Stealing piece still. Most bitter working. It's all good. Yeah well. I'm no longer in isolation on back at work this WACO. Back in the radio station back in my office It's as bad as normal as it can get under the circumstances, but It's almost three months since I was actually working from yard used to work. And it's it feels quite strange even right now because I'm recording the podcast at the radio station which I have not done since. March I guess. so it's all. It's all a little bit. We'd and. Look I. Don't mind a deadlock admitting to era because. For Stop they very few when it comes to me, but I had such a terrible time getting back on the radio and working through the desk after three months of broadcasting from harm I to retrain my Brian as to how to use the the disc. There's an old thing in radio called Second Syndrome usually when you're doing your I shifted a new radio station or your first shift. Ever you concentrating so much. Don't generally make any mistakes. But then the second day. You're a bit more relaxed and the whole world caves in on generally will familiar this. It was third day syndrome. Could not having a secondary syndrome IDA third day syndromes. Our. That's law if isn't that. Coming Up Fred are we talked a bad whether or not? Aliens have visited Earth last week, not that they visited US last week. That's what we discussed last week. and now almost becoming habit of as we talk about these things, and then a new report pops up. That says Oh, well, guess what so well! There's a new theory about intelligent life in our galaxy, so we'll be looking into that There's a project that's being slighted. Full the Moon where they got it possibly send arrived to look for water. to be pretty good reasons behind that and I think on no one of them..

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Space Nuts

02:38 min | 11 months ago

"fred watson astronomer lodge" Discussed on Space Nuts

"The Second Guidance Been Journal and nine technician sequence. Spence, nuts. Three To. One space. Meals, good. Hello again, thank you for joining us. This is the space that's podcast episode, two hundred and seven. My name is Andrew. Dunkley your high school with me as always is professor Fred, Watson. Astronomer Lodge Heidi afraid. I Andrew how you going. I am quite well Sir and how you yes very. Stealing piece still. Most bitter working, it's all good. Yeah well. I'm no longer in isolation on back at. Work, this WACO. Back in the radio station back in my office it's as bad as normal as it can get under the circumstances, but It's almost three months since I was actually working from yard used to work. And it's It feels quite strange even right now because I'm recording the podcast at the radio station which I have not done since. March I guess. so it's all. It's all a little bit. We'd and you look I. Don't mind a deadlock admitting to era because. For Stop they very few when it comes to me, but I had such a terrible time getting back on the radio and working through the desk after three months of broadcasting from harm to retrain my Brian as to how to use the the disc. There's an old thing in radio called second. Syndrome usually when you're doing your I shifted a new radio station or your first shift. Ever you concentrating so much, don't generally make any mistakes. But then the second day. You're a bit more relaxed and the whole world caves in on. You generally will familiar this. It was third day syndrome. Could not having a secondary syndrome IDA third day syndromes. Our that's law, if isn't that. Coming Up Fred, we talked a bad whether or not aliens have visited Earth last week, not that they visited us last week, but that's what we discussed last week. and now almost becoming habit of as we talk about these things, and then a new report pops up. That says Oh what so well. There's a new theory about intelligent life in our galaxy, so we'll be looking into that There's a project that's being slighted. Full the Moon where they got it possibly send rover to look for water. to be pretty good reasons behind that and I think..

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Space Nuts

16:52 min | 1 year ago

"fred watson astronomer lodge" Discussed on Space Nuts

"The fifteen seconds guidance journal Chan nine technician sequence spence nets three to one space bill. Good hello once again. Thank you for joining us on the Space Nets podcast episode two hundred one and thank you to all those people who sent his good wishes about achieving two hundred episodes. The three of you must've listened intently to know that it was as two hundred decide. We we do appreciate the feedback. A few people on various platforms. Santa's some NAS notes joining me as always is professor Fred Watson Astronomer Lodge. Hello Fred I under how you going good to your strident voice again. Thank you sir. Yes good to hear yours too and I hope you will still still in Oscillation assume. Yeah that's right but going well just working from home Carrying on carrying on as you do yes absolutely true and I went. We're starting to say the the rules being relaxed in New South Wales so people are starting to venture out. I think most people being very cautious but a lot of people taking advantage of the opportunity to visit family and friends on a very very limited basis and maintain social distancing et CETERA. But it looks like Whatever we've done to curtail spread of this disease has worked very well in Australia. Which is You know you got to tip you to the authorities. I now. It was a hard sale but most people have taken notice and we've with good selves down to less than a thousand active cases in the country. Now which is just fantastic. Indeed and fingers crossed. That will keep going in that direction. You know thoughts are always with people in other parts of the world where things aren't going anywhere near as well yeah. I was looking at the statistics in the United States. Today and Yeah I'm gobsmacked to be honest I don't WanNa dwell on that but G Some of those States in America really in a bad way at the moment But it's different for every country different rules. Different systems different capabilities seem to really be a factor as well but Here we are doing what we can to try and stem the todd. Now Fred we're going to talk about a quite a few exciting Situations that have arisen One of which We've only been able to talk about now. Because it's been the subject of an embargo and that's the European Southern Observatory's major announcement about blackhall. Now you and I can talk about this Because it's post embargo but this this has been sort of kept top secret wrought up to Wednesday. Not which is been Rather extraordinary and Other Fascinating Yan has to do with the ice moon of Europa which orbits Jupiter and we had a per about they twenty years ago taking Self fees of of your riper in Jupiter and everything else that sort of flights around at the twenty year old data. But now we've been able to use up-to-date technology to take another look at it and I'm guessing they've found some interesting things speaking of Europa. We've had a question from Adrian Crawford has asked a specific question about Europa. So that'll dove tile will and. Monique wants to talk about mining on the moon. The moon spending the news this week. seventy different countries. Certainly want to go back there Trouble with the Moon is nobody owns it and so this is going to turn into a scrum. Reckon so I will allow. We'll look at all those issues today on the spice knots podcast but I this very exciting announcement by the Euro European Southern Observatory about a blackhall. Which as I understand it turns out to be the nearest one to earth and it's not cemeteries I exactly. That's right so I'll say the supermassive black hole at the center of our galaxy. That's twenty five ish thousand light years away. I you know. We sit in the direction of the Constellation Secretaries But it's behind all the Dustin Merck out there but can be detected by radio ways which is why called Sagittarius Star. That's the name of the radio source so this is a different story altogether and it kind of has echoes Andrew. If something we were talking about probably about three or four weeks ago the idea that there might be many black holes out there which don't reveal themselves by anything other than the way they disturb the orbit of Sta's nearby they don't even Chretien disc of swelling materialists plumbing plummeting into them and causing rays and radio waves to miss it. Just quiet Perhaps the technical word black hole sitting there doing nothing but minding their own business but actually having gravitationally effect nearby stars and that is exactly. Excuse me that's exactly what this story is about. It comes from the European Southern Observatory and actually this discovery was not made with one of the John. Eight point two meter telescopes of the the elti. The very large telescope. It's actually one of the smaller ones. A two point to me to tell the scope Lucia which is one of the two main observatory sites at the European Southern Observatory runs in Chile. So strongly was using that telescope. Have been analyzing the motions of a star system which is only a thousand light years away. It's basically a galactic would And you know easy easy to see in fact. This style system can be seen with the naked eye. It's in the Southern Hemisphere Constellation of Telescope. Him The telescope. Which is so. I think it's Scientists in the Czech Republic and the Observatory. Self who've done this this work and the really nice part of the story is the came as a surprise to to the to the investigators. One of the scientists says we were totally surprised when we realized that this is the first Stella System with a black hole that can be seen with the unaided eye on nuts. Yeah that's big news. So what we go he. We've got the STA Whose NAME IS HR. Six eight one nine very elegant name really for it but It's a double style. Okay so that means do a binary system once overseeing another and this program that they scientists working on was a study of double star systems but what they were amazed to find was that the observations demonstrated that this was not just a double style. Not just a binary pag going around their common center of gravity that that is something else in the system and basically one of the two visible styles will be an object that he's not saying every forty days Naturally the second stop at a much greater distance from from this in a pair. So what you? What you've got is a year. We've got this two stars. One of which is orbiting the but the one of them is actually orbiting. Something else as well. That's the invisible so a Another of the CO authors Dietrich Mada who's at So he says the observations needed to determine the period of forty days had to be spread over several months. This was only possible. Thanks TO EASE. Those pioneering service observe escape do which absorb observations in my south on behalf of the scientists meeting. That's a mode of operation that actually many a straw is how country and Australia have used since Three years ago A strategic partner of the European Southern Observatory so not a service mode observing that if you need observations over a long period of time you go and spend two sitting in Zia in northern Chile so yet the local stuff that to do the observations for you. And that's how they said seventy brought that out so the the the the bottom line Andrew is once again. Here's a quote from one of the co-authors invisible object with a massive at least four times that of the sun which is what this had to be It can only be a black hole become anything else and so that is the smoking gun. They always this The new era the style to the black hole of this spinning around once every forty days around something four times as massive as the south has to be a black hole is the nearest and the conclusion is a really interesting one because Let me read the from the ace of a press release if Andrew Strong Have spotted only a couple of dozen black holes in our galaxy today nearly all of which strongly interact with their environment make their presence known by releasing powerful X rays but scientists estimate the over the Milky Wise lifetime many more stars collapsed into black holes as they ended their lives the discovery of a silent invisible black hole in. Hr six eight one nine provides clues about where the many hidden black holes in the Milky Way might be the must be hundreds of millions of black holes out there but we know about the only very few knowing what to look for should put in a better position to find them this. This isn't sorry. Go just to say might be the tip of a very exciting iceberg. This could be the first of many that found by this technique so this is not only the discovery of the nearest black hole to earth. It's also the discovery of a way of finding them. Because of the way we found this one is that what the side. That's exactly right. That's the facts are gone. That's a giant leap. Forward really is a giant leap forward. I mean we actually talks about something similar to this probably four or five months ago. A another similar discovery. But I think this one is the one that really clinches it that we've got this way of discovering black holes by looking closely at the way stars excuse me stars in Binary Systems actually orbit. It's a very powerful technique and I think. Unlv told me about two more over the years. Yes I surprised. They've only found a dozen or so in our immediate vicinity over the years but as we have discussed these things are very elusive but it Naseem sit. They've revealed to us away of of now. Finding them in we we may be finding them in their hundreds of thousands in into the future We also talked in the past about The size of Blackhall's I think you did allude to the size of this one but just Give us a reminder. How how big is this? Did you say Yeah full-time Semester? Of the Sung Sung and that sort of sit in the black hole sizing chart it is Andrew under member. Where you have this I. It is a standard black hole that we haven't really had a definition for them. We know the trade in the world of astronomy. We referred to the Stella mass black holes because his the same as a style. And you know you again if talked about this before we find black holes in basically two different categories stellar mass black holes. The kind of like this may be up to ten or twenty times the most of the sun a the supermassive black holes it up to ten or twenty billion times the mass of the sun so a very little in between and finding new objects in between these another of the challenges what you might call intermediate mass black holes because they must be out there and we we think that they look principally in the sentence of globular clusters those things that it probably the remnants of galaxies that have been gobbled up by bigger galaxies like the Milky Way so there is a picture building up about giving astronomers method of finding stellar mass black holes. The not active that. They're not emitting xrays because of the accretion disks that's a really powerful step forward and it comes about once again because of the scientists of spectroscopy you're looking for that Dukla. Wobble they the thing that reveals planets around stars the idea that a planet pulls star slightly backwards and forwards and reveals the presence of the planet. The diplo level technique may new since nineteen ninety five but the This is an extension of that in a way kind of doppler technique but for things much bigger than planets for black holes so it's a very powerful finding them yet we we oughta one submit a paper or a An application or whatever it is we do to whoever is in charge of naming objects and suggests that these be called standard mass black holes. We ought to do. What do we know astronomer? Who's got context might to do that? Fred yes I was. It's going to suggest that this would be the International Astronomical Union wouldn't we'd have to. Ya and they would say well very nice but we've already got the name for them. We Call Them. Stella's black holes and tell you much I think as far as spice Nazis come that standard black holes Andrew. We'll call them a standard blackhall from here on if we were to do so. That varies from country to country. This is fabulous new. So it'd be a heck of a lot more to learn and this is probably some chains dragging for a little while Finding a A standard blackhall so close to Earth. And did you say it was Observable with the naked I was that what I heard. Yeah that's right. It's a visible to the naked. I am I don't have a note to the Magnitude which is a technical term used for the brightness of Stars Eight You know probably about fifth or sixth magnitude which is roundabout the You know the limits of visibility with the naked eye maybe fifth magnitude So would be a good candidate for a fighter. Graph are yeah. They'll be many of them. But of course all it shows up in a photograph is a single point of lies Because e you don't see any of this structure the binary star trove it because that's only revealed by the fact that you can watch the way the styles move around with a spectograph Checking registered losses as we call it so you know the this stop it will be any image taken of that part of the sky with with modern digital cameras It'll be it'll be quite bright because he's a naked eye star but he won't show anything different about it To to to the casual Luca. It's only when he saw analyzing the motion of the component styles that you realize that there is something very very special jump in this. Yeah we're Eighties Josse Excite. When non remember that Raw Dan? It's a wonderful discovery show. We'll get to talk about it again real soon. You're listening to space nuts with your.

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"fred watson astronomer lodge" Discussed on Space Nuts | Astronomy, Space and Science News

Space Nuts | Astronomy, Space and Science News

05:21 min | 1 year ago

"fred watson astronomer lodge" Discussed on Space Nuts | Astronomy, Space and Science News

"Love this podcast. Support this show through the ACOSS supportively Joe. It's up to you. How much you give and there's no regular commitment. Just hit the link in the show description to support now. Fifteen seconds guy internal. Ni- ignition sequence. Space Nuts. To! Radio. report it feels good. Hello once again for joining us on the space, nuts podcast episode, two hundred one, and thank you to all those people who sent his good wishes about achieving two hundred episodes. The three of you must have listened intently to know that it was as two hundred episode. We we appreciate the feedback air few people on various platforms. Says some NAS notes joining me as always. is Professor Fred. Watson Astronomer Lodge Hello Fred Andrew how you going? Your strident voice again. Thank you sir. Yes, good he yours too, and I hope you well still still in relation assume yeah, that's right, but all going well, we're. Just working from home. Carrying on carrying on you do. Yes absolutely and I was starting to say the the rules being relaxed in New South while so people are starting to venture out I think is. Is People being very cautious? But a lot of people taking advantage of the opportunity to visit, family and friends on a very very limited basis and maintain social distancing cetera down. It looks like whatever we've done to tile. Spread of the disease has worked very well in Australia, which is You know you gotta tip you to the authorities I now it was a hard sell, but tap pipe must have taken notice, and we've good cells down to less than a thousand active cases in the country now, which is just fantastic. Indeed and fingers crossed. That will keep going in that direction and thoughts are always with people in other parts of the world where things aren't going anywhere near as well. Yeah I I was looking at the statistics in the United. States today and I'm I'm gobsmacked to be honest I. Don't want to dwell on that, but g some of those states in America really in a bad way at the moment. But it's different for every country different rules different systems. Different capabilities seem to really be a factor as well but..

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"fred watson astronomer lodge" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

10:18 min | 2 years ago

"fred watson astronomer lodge" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

"Gary. And you study suggests gravitational wave signals could contain signatures of extremely low mess particles that might be a competitive dang matter. The hypothesis is published on the pre press physics website, archived dot org dot matter is a mysterious invisible substance, which makes it a bet. Seventy five percent of all the matter in the universe. Just a quarter of what we see. He's mad up of normal. Barry, onic matter the stuff that makes stars and planets and houses and dogs cats and people even though we can't see we know that matters real big as we can see its gravitational influence on normal matter, Brian now, the best fit for what matter is is some kind of new exotic subatomic particle done Mattis searches mostly hunt for repeatedly massive particles. However, some theories predict the existence of extremely lightweight. Particles could explained matter particles, not occur in the standard model. Particle physics one candidate? Eight is the hypothetical faster than light pilot will call the axiom if they exist these very light mess. Paddock wouldn't show up in paddock. Oh, collider experiments or in dark matter searches you calculation suggests that axioms, maybe ultralight Bozon's, and they could be detectable in gravitational wave signals from Jim black holes. In fact, clouds of these ultralight paddock was could be created by fast spinning black holes. And when two black holes colliding merge, the cloud would undergo a rapid collapse, and that would affect the harmonic of the gravitational wave signal from the black hole merger faithful gravitational waves could thus provide a novel new way of detecting particles inaccessible through ordinary experiments something new for the physicists like to start looking for. I'm Stewart, Gary, you're listening to space-time. This is Andrew Dunkley host of the podcast space nuts, along with my good friend. Dr Fred Watson, astronomer lodge. We provide a podcast every week looking at some of the things happening in the astronaut Michael world and to a certain degree. That's what's inspired my next vinca when I'm not working on radio doing the podcast of working for the Salvation Army, which is actually my fulltime job. I liked to rot racing wrote an audio book which turned into a paperback and enabled called all. I see is mud a World War One story about my grandfather. I also write a sports college book to help golfers who get angry on the golf course called five lines. Don't float, but if a tongue in cheek book that had a lot of fun with it, but my newest book is science fiction. This is a story called parallel. It's available as a pipe of back, and you can download the book through Amazon and other able distributors. And it's a story about a man who gets thrust back to his birth. But the interesting twist he is that he retains all his life's knowledge. So he knows what's going to happen for the next fifty years. But the twist in the tale is that he's not the only one and this strange corporation peas in his new life called parallel, and they want what he knows. So download it as an e book or you can buy it online at all the major online bookstores or in a real bookstore. It's available as a paperback. I do hope you enjoy parallel and you'll find links to all my books. Andrew Dunkley dot com and Tom to take another look good. Some of the other stories making news in science the squeak with the science report. Nassar is discovered a giant cavity two-thirds area of Manhattan. Enormous three hundred minutes tall growing at the bottom of the disintegrating weights. Glacier in Tactica measure says the findings were reported in the journal science advances highlights the need for. Observations Edyta glaciers and calculating how fast global sea levels rise in response to climate change. Scientists expected to find some gaps between is and bedrock. Eth- whites is bottom. What ocean water can flow in Moton, the glacier from underneath. However there were shocked by the size and explosive growth rate of the newly found hole, which is big enough to have contained fourteen billion tons of is most of which mills it over just the past three years. The cavity was revealed by ice penetrating radar in Nassar's able operation ice bridge campaign, which has been studying the connections between polar regions and global climate since twenty ten the research team also use data from talion in German space-borne synthetic aperture radars. So did you skip breakfast this morning? What do you consider it? The most important meal of the day. A new report from the British medical journal claims that when it comes to weight loss breakfast skippers might be onto something. They examined a host of studies that looked at the effect regular breakfast consumption had on weight change in energy intake of role while the quality of evidence wasn't that high based on the evidence they saw those skip breakfast. Consumed less calories, and we're on average zero point four four kilograms lighter. Researchers say the idea that breakfast is the most important meal of the day comes from observational studies that could be skewed. Experts with the United States naval war college and the university of Tel Aviv have discovered that internet traffic heading to Australia from Europe and North America was mysteriously diverted to mainland China over six day period in two thousand seventeen that aversion which could have been able to major data theft is being described by China's state owned telecom is nothing more than a rounding error. However, the experts at Tel Aviv university say they checked it unusual insistent Matic hijacking patents. A metric just that contrary to what Beijing claiming it wasn't an accident. The targeting of data bound for stralia full is recent revelations that China's pick security agencies responsible for the surgeon cyber attacks on Australian companies over the past year, and that's a clear breach. Abolish agreements not to steal each other's Commissioner secrets. A new study ones that teenagers who don't get enough sleep a more likely to take part in dangerous behaviors like smoking consuming alcohol taking drugs having unprotected sex driving dangerously and committing acts of violence the findings reported in the journal sleep medicine reviews looked at data and over five hundred and seventy thousand teenagers who took part in two thousand four previously related studies around the world the study reviewed the association between slick curation and risk-taking finding a direct link between risk-taking behaviors and falling short of recommended sleeping hours. Adolescence need between eight and ten hours sleep tonight. They say there's money in trash and that this is circa born every minute. And that's certainly true for the business of fortune telling and psychics, the immortal words of the character of Dr Sheldon Cooper from the hit comedy series. The big bang theory. Probably says it best I don't mean to be rude or discourteous fit before we begin. I'd just like to say there's absolutely no scientific evidence to support clairvoyance of any kind which means again, no insult intended that you're a fraud. Your profession is a swindle. Your livelihood is dependent on the Gulf -bility of stupid people the brilliance of the Sheldonian view on the universe. Still fortune. Telling is now a two billion dollar industry in the United States and apart from the occasional conviction for grand larceny. It's growing by around two percent per year. Joining us now to talk about this is Tim Mendham from Australian skeptics meeting growing quite steadily for number years. But the right of increases actually going up, and bam story often is that in times people might turn to psychics against some sort of comfort aim reality. It looks like an excellent ties people have Justice likely to turn to psychics, whether they do it as entertainment or whether they seriously believe not being formation. They're getting is suppose you had to look at eighteen pace, but the growth evident in America, people taking up sake information services has been growing every year. There's a survey done by will to Nikolay SSD industry of genuine industries. Nice it that in the last that the innocence. The same rent new two billion dollars in two thousand eighteen timeframe the number of businesses growing by close to two percent of the number of employees has grown by Saudi lists. The most psychic businesses have wound employees his who's the business does at the site. You can let but I mean, the growth actually the grass in previous years was a lot higher two thousand fourteen he was a bad sort of five percent growth. Six percent growth each Trump. Because of unforeseen circumstances. I. I went to the of that. But I mean, I don't know 'cause actually show through the office will because you had to fight thousand dollars to see what the future predictions. But I mean suggesting that is going to continue to grow. It's simply hasn't shown a negative for number of years. That's Tim Mendham from Australian skeptics, you're listening to space time. I'm Stewart Gary, and that's the show for now. You can subscribe and download space time as a free twice weekly podcast through apple podcast. I tunes Stitcher dot com. Pocket costs. Soundcloud? Youtube audio boom from space time with Stewart Gary dot com, all from your favorite podcast. Download provider space times also broadcast coast to coast across the United States on science three sixty radio by the National Science Foundation in Washington DC and available around the world on tune in radio. If you want more space time checking our blog where you'll find all the stuff we couldn't fit in the show as well as loads of images me stories, videos and things on the web. I find interesting were amusing just go to. Space time with Stewart Gary dot tumbler dot com, that's all one word and in lower case. And that's tumbler without the you can also follow us on Twitter through at Stewart. Gary at space time with Stewart Gary on Instagram and on Facebook, just go to WWW dot Facebook dot com slash space time with Stewart. Gary space-time is brought to in collaboration with Australian sky and tell us go magazine you'll window on the universe. You've been listening to space time. With Stewart, Gary this has been another quality podcast production from bites dot com.

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"fred watson astronomer lodge" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

10:21 min | 2 years ago

"fred watson astronomer lodge" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

"Any of the four detectors colliding the particle packets at thirteen Tera electron volts and creating the sorts of conditions pressures and temperatures that occurred just after the big bang thirteen point eight two billion his ago. I'm Stewart, Gary you're listening to space time. Japan is launched a satellite designed that employ in artificial Meteo shower of Russia, the Japan aerospace, expiration agencies Epsilon four rocket blasted off from the space at us out of Tokyo carrying seven miniature satellite payloads into a five hundred and fourteen kilometer high orbit while six of the satellites will undertake very scientific experiments. The seventh carries four hundred tiny balls designed to burn brightly once released rain down back through the atmosphere. The Turkey obey startup company behind the so called Shooting Stars on the man service says the spacecraft's program that employ up to twenty of these tiny chemical balls at a time designed to glow brightly for several seconds before completely burning up. The flight was the fourth mission for the Epsilon solid fueled rocket and the first to carry multiple payloads. China's Caridad sick for twenty nineteen carrying four new satellites into orbit the solid fueled long match eleven launch vehicle blast the draw from the Yukon satellite loan center carrying the gel in one spectrum zero one zero to hyper spectral imaging satellites. These will join a growing constellation of miniature earth observation satellites developed by Beijing using multi-spectral and infrared imaging systems also aboard the flight were the link, Hugh, one eight verification said light which will test communications between orbiting satellites and the jar Zhang one zero three satellite, which will test radio communications and remote sensing technology. The launch was the two hundred ninety nine mission for the long March series rocket. This is Andrew Dunkley host of the podcast space nuts, along with my good friend. Dr Fred Watson, astronomer lodge. We provide a podcast every week looking at some of the things happening in the astronaut Michael world and to a certain degree. That's what inspired my next venture. When I'm not working on radio or doing the podcast or working for the Salvation Army, which is actually my full time job. I like to ride recently wrote an audio book which turned into a paperback and enable called all I see is mud a World War One story about my grandfather. I also write a sports psychology book to help golfers who get angry on the golf course called five irons. Don't float, but if a tongue in cheek book that had a lot of fun with it, but my newest book is science fiction. This is a story called parallel. X it's available as a paperback, and you can download the book through Amazon and other able distributors. And it's a story about a man who gets thrust back to his birth. But the interesting twist here is that he retains all his life's knowledge. So he knows what's going to happen for the next fifty years. But the twist in the tale is that he's not the only one, and this strange corporation appears in his new life called parallel, and they want what he knows. So downloaded as an e book or you can buy it online at all the major online bookstores or in a real bookstore. It's available as a paperback do hope you enjoy parallel and you'll find links to all my books. Andrew Dunkley dot com and timeout to take a brief look at some of the other stories making museum science this week with a science report Greenland is melting faster than scientists previously thought and will likely lead to faster sea level rise. Thanks to the continued accelerating. Warming of the earth atmosphere site is concerned about sea-level rise of Longford. I on Greenland southeastern north western regions, where massive glaciers stream iceberg sized chunks into the Atlantic Ocean. Those chunks float away eventually melting. But a new study reported in the proceedings of the National Academy of sciences is found that the largest sustained is loss from two thousand and three to twenty thirteen came from Greenland southwest region, which is mostly devoted large. Glaciers whatever this was it could be explained by glaciers because the Ron many there. So it had to be the surface mess. The ice on the ground was melting inland from the coastline that melting which is largely caused by logo. Warming means that in southwestern part of Greenland, growing rivers of water streaming into the ocean during summer, and this is likely to be a major contributor to sea level rise. A new study claims regularly use of anti inflammatory drugs such as aspirin ibuprofen. Could hope patients with head and neck cancers. Scientists is found that regular use of these drugs lower the levels of inflammatory molecules found in patients with head and neck cancers hoping to improve survival and recovery you can read more about the findings in the journal of experimental medicine. And you study throws into question the notion that today's crocodiles alligators in Cayman have a simple evolutionary past previous researches pointed to crocodiles came in. And alligators starting with land-based answers to some two hundred million years ago, and then gradually moving to fresh water to become the semi aquatic ambush predators there today. But a new analysis published in the journal scientific reports officer different story claiming that modern crocodiles came in. And alligators came from a variety of surroundings, beginning the Jurassic and very species occupied a host of different ecosystems over time including land as she ruined fresh water marine transitions between land fresh water and sea or more frequent than thought and the transitions themselves not always from land fresh water or from freshwater to marine scientists piece together crocodile came in and alligators and sister, but analyzing a large family tree showing the evolution history of living and extinct crock. Cadel's came in. And alligators. And you study is found that postmenopausal women who regularly ate fried food have an increased risk of high related death and death from any cause the findings reported in the British medical journal based on questionnaires assessing the diets of one hundred and six thousand nine hundred and sixty six women aged between fifty and seventy nine researchers found that foods such as fried chicken fried fish or shellfish associated with a higher risk of heart related death. Especially among women aged fifty to sixty five years fried chicken was the deadliest fast food idiot every day increase the risk of death by thirty percent and the risk of heart related death by twelve percent up to a third of North American adults. Eat fast food every day. Previous studies have already suggested that a greater intake of fried foods was associated with a higher risk of type two diabetes and heart disease. Anti vaccines are being blamed for thirty percent jump in Mason's cases. That huge increase in Maizels has been sending both Europe and the United States. However, the trend is not been repeated in Australia with government programs designed to encourage immunization of paid off with immunization coverage rates in children hitting record highs. Tim Mendham from strange skeptic says the figures from merica in Europe shows how dangerous the Addy vexes can be really scary stuff. I mean, it's a major increase in missiles places around the world are the same. So the real boom in the anti vaccination the impact of the antibodies from next way back when when Andrew Wakefield did he's report on supposedly autism linked to the vaccine and pay up. Right. Why didn't you came measles? Vaccination dropped entices amazing sword, and then that seemed to dry out a bit. With those pre Andrew wakes was shocking. But since then the maze was has come back dangerous that people did not seem as it was anymore. When I was a kid Maizels. There was seriously damaged by nasal smoking. We used to dive, it's okay because through vaccination died out and suddenly people have become complacent and it's come back and it's come back with a vengeance. In Europe, especially in the US, and increasingly seraglio the numbers of cases of missiles says increase we had to Mazen's Todd was killing about two and a half million people year a lot of countries that dropped in about two thousand sixteen. I think it was too bad eighty thousand a year dying with people who have been damaged by the Houston has a license. Also things that killed by Maizels was drafted ninety. It's back up to about one hundred twenty thousand a year people dying of this disease that we almost had walked out except the anti vaccination movement. Kid making comments that oh measles killed. Anybody can have Maizels Totti's where you can bring you keep the long Emmanuel catch measles. And it'll be great for title stupidity. Totally responsibility. People paying with their lives, and it's little kids by large who pain is price because their parents are not doing the right thing. T Mendham from strain skeptics, you're listening to space time. I'm Stewart Gary, and that's the show for now. You can subscribe and download space time as a free twice weekly podcast through apple podcast. I tunes Stitcher bites dot com. Pocket casts. Soundcloud YouTube audio boom from space time with Stewart, Gary dot com or from your favorite podcast. Download provider space times also broadcast coast to coast across the United States on sides three sixty radio by the National Science Foundation in Washington DC and available around the world unto union radio. If you want more space time checking our blog where you'll find all the stuff we couldn't fit in the show as well as loads of images media stories, videos and things on the web. 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