35 Burst results for "Galaxy"

Astronomers capture 1st image of Milky Way's huge black hole

AP News Radio

01:03 min | Last month

Astronomers capture 1st image of Milky Way's huge black hole

"Astronomers astronomers astronomers astronomers have have have have unveiled unveiled unveiled unveiled the the the the first first first first wild wild wild wild but but but but fuzzy fuzzy fuzzy fuzzy image image image image of of of of the the the the massive massive massive massive black black black black hole hole hole hole at at at at the the the the center center center center of of of of our our our our own own own own Milky Milky Milky Milky Way Way Way Way galaxy galaxy galaxy galaxy I'm I'm I'm I'm Ben Ben Ben Ben Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas with with with with a a a a closer closer closer closer look look look look I I I I think think think think it's it's it's it's just just just just super super super super exciting exciting exciting exciting I I I I mean mean mean mean what's what's what's what's more more more more cool cool cool cool than than than than seeing seeing seeing seeing the the the the black black black black hole hole hole hole in in in in the the the the center center center center of of of of our our our our own own own own Milky Milky Milky Milky Way Way Way Way Celtics Celtics Celtics Celtics Katie Katie Katie Katie Bowman Bowman Bowman Bowman says says says says images images images images produced produced produced produced from from from from the the the the event event event event horizon horizon horizon horizon telescope telescope telescope telescope are are are are actually actually actually actually the the the the sharpest sharpest sharpest sharpest ever ever ever ever of of of of a a a a black black black black hole hole hole hole the the the the university university university university of of of of Arizona Arizona Arizona Arizona is is is is very very very very L. L. L. L. ozil ozil ozil ozil describes describes describes describes a a a a bright bright bright bright ring ring ring ring surrounding surrounding surrounding surrounding darkness darkness darkness darkness the the the the tell tell tell tell tale tale tale tale sign sign sign sign of of of of the the the the shadow shadow shadow shadow in in in in detail detail detail detail light light light light escaping escaping escaping escaping from from from from the the the the hot hot hot hot gas gas gas gas swirling swirling swirling swirling around around around around the the the the black black black black hole hole hole hole nearly nearly nearly nearly all all all all galaxies galaxies galaxies galaxies are are are are believed believed believed believed to to to to have have have have these these these these giant giant giant giant black black black black holes holes holes holes at at at at their their their their center center center center this this this this one one one one dubbed dubbed dubbed dubbed Sagittarius Sagittarius Sagittarius Sagittarius A. A. A. A. star star star star Odell Odell Odell Odell says says says says it it it it confirms confirms confirms confirms existing existing existing existing theories theories theories theories of of of of gravity gravity gravity gravity proffered proffered proffered proffered by by by by Albert Albert Albert Albert Einstein Einstein Einstein Einstein but but but but perhaps perhaps perhaps perhaps new new new new it's it's it's it's eating eating eating eating very very very very little little little little and and and and because because because because of of of of that that that that it's it's it's it's environments environments environments environments is is is is relatively relatively relatively relatively gentle gentle gentle gentle that that that that audio audio audio audio courtesy courtesy courtesy courtesy the the the the National National National National Science Science Science Science Foundation Foundation Foundation Foundation Ben Ben Ben Ben Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas Washington Washington Washington Washington

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Hugh Ross: There Are More Planets but Likely No Other Forms of Life

The Dan Bongino Show

02:02 min | 2 months ago

Hugh Ross: There Are More Planets but Likely No Other Forms of Life

"A Doc as I read through the book you get into that a lot in the book that listen the chances of this happening And this happening And being alive at this time and intelligent life evolving when it did And us being in the universe at this specific location to look at the majesty of it all You go into the mathematical probabilities And like you said it's a trillionth of a trillionth of a trillion But about the concept of life in general What leads you to believe in the book if I just want the audience to hear this in layman's terms that life was only possible here at this time but when it was initiated on earth you could explain it Yeah well a lot of people think given the vastness of the universe there's got to be multiple locations or light can exist But you actually need the universe to be precisely the mass that it is the size that it is and the age of it is to get life on one planet I do agree that there's about a trillion trillion planets in the universe In order to have life in the universe you need a vast universe make it slightly smaller in terms of its mass the only elements you get are hydrogen and helium make it slightly more massive all the elements are heavier than magnesium And in both cases you get a universe where there is no carbon no oxygen no nitrogen and no possibility for light And then it has to be exactly the right size if it expands too quickly from the cosmic creation event All you get is disperse gas that extend the two slowly all the mass collapses into black holes and neutron stars to get the galaxies the stars and the planets to make life possible You have to exquisitely fine tune the dark energy the universe the dark matter the ordinary matter the size of the universe and the age of the universe And that's just 5 of about 200 specific features of the universe that must be fine tuned

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01:59 min | 3 months ago

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"Not actually evil, but bad tempered bureaucratic officious and callous. They wouldn't even lift a finger to save their own grandmothers from the ravenous bug blatter beast of trial, without orders signed in triplicate, sent in, sent back, queried, lost, found, subjected to public inquiry, lost again, and finally buried in soft peak for three years and recycle this firelighters. The best way to get a drink out of a vogon is to stick your finger down his throat, and the best way to annoy him is to feed his grandmother to the ravenous bug blood beast of trial. Warning on no account allow a vogon to read poetry to you. What a strange book. How do we get a lift then? Well, that's the point. It's out of date now. I'm doing the field research for the new revised edition of the guy. So for instance, I will have to include a revision pointed out that since the Vogue has made so much money being professionally unpleasant, it can now afford to employ debt chassis cooks, which gives us a rather useful little loophole. Who are the dentures? They're the best cooks in the best drinks mixers and they don't give a wet slap about anything else and they'll always help hitchhikers on board, partly because they're like the company, but mostly because it annoys the fog on, which is exactly the sort of thing you need to know if you're an impoverished hitchhiker trying to see the marvels of the galaxy from less than 30 alterian dollars a day, and that's my job. Fun, isn't it? It's amazing. Unfortunately, I got stuck on earth for rather longer than I meant. And he came for a week and I was stranded for 15 years, but how did you get there in the first place? Easy. I got a lift with a teaser. You don't know what a teaser is, do you? I'll tell you. Teasers are usually rich kids when nothing to do. A cruise around looking for planets which haven't made interstellar contact yet. And bust them. Buzz them? Yeah, they found some isolated spot with very few people around and then right by some poor unsuspecting soul who known ever going to believe then strut up and down in front of them wearing silly antennae on their head making deep beat noises.

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03:30 min | 3 months ago

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"Looking for the light. How do we doing here? We hitched a lift. Excuse me, are you trying to tell me that we just stuck out our thumbs and some green bug eyed monster stuck his head out and said, hi, fellas, hop right in, I can take you as far as basingstoke random act? Well, the thumbs and electronic studies are device, the roundabouts at Barnard's star 6 light years away, but otherwise that's more or less right, yes. And the bug eyed monster is a glistening green, yes. Fine. When can I go home? You can't. Aha, there it is. Good grief. Is this really the interior of a flying saucer? It certainly is. What do you think? It's a bit squalid, isn't it? What did you expect? Well, I don't know. Gleaming control panels, flashing lights, computer screens, not old mattresses. These are the then trashy sleeping quarters. I thought you said they were called vogons or something. No, no, no, no. The vogons are on the ship, the dentation of the cooks. They let us on board. I'm confused. Here, have a look at this. What is it? The hitchhiker's guide to the galaxy is a sort of electronic book. It'll tell you everything you need to know, that's its job. I like the cover. Don't panic. It's the first helpful or intelligible thing anybody said to me all day. Yeah, that's why it sells so well. Here, press this button on the screen and give you an index of a million entries, in fact, fast fine through the index of V, they were going to construct a fleet enter that code on the tabulator and listen to what it says. Constructively. Isn't it? If you want to get a lift from a vote on, forget it. They're one of the most unpleasant races in the galaxy, not actually evil, but bad tempered bureaucratic officious and callous. They wouldn't even lift a finger to save their own grandmothers from the ravenous bug blatter beast of trial, without orders signed in triplicate, sent in, sent back, queried, lost, found, subjected to public inquiry, lost again, and finally buried in soft peak for three years and recycle this firelighters. The best way to get a drink out of a vogon is to stick your finger down his throat, and the best way to annoy him is to feed his grandmother to the ravenous bug blood beast of trial. Warning on no account allow a vogon to read poetry to you. What a strange book. How do we get a lift then? Well, that's the point. It's out of date now. I'm doing the field research for the new revised edition of the guy. So for instance, I will have to include a revision pointed out that since the Vogue has made so much money being professionally unpleasant, it can now afford to employ debt chassis cooks, which gives us a rather useful little loophole. Who are the dentures? They're the best cooks in the best drinks mixers and they don't give a wet slap about anything else and they'll always help hitchhikers on board, partly because they're like the company, but mostly because it annoys the fog on, which is exactly the sort of thing you need to know if you're an impoverished hitchhiker trying to see the marvels of the galaxy from less than 30 alterian dollars a day, and that's my job. Fun, isn't it? It's amazing. Unfortunately, I got stuck on earth for rather longer than I meant. And he came for a week and I was stranded for 15 years, but how did you get there in the first place? Easy. I got a lift with a teaser. You don't know what a teaser is, do you? I'll tell you. Teasers are usually rich kids when nothing to do. A cruise around looking

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"galaxy" Discussed on The Vergecast

The Vergecast

08:00 min | 4 months ago

"galaxy" Discussed on The Vergecast

"I'm working on a fascinating story, Sean about a part of Atlanta that is fed up with high crime rates and is trying to divorce the city of greater Atlanta and just do its own thing. People down here have lots of feelings, pro and con, and so I've been here talking to people and you're gonna love this one. That's episode 1000 of today explained dropping on February 16th and Noelle and I are gonna be bringing you a thousand more ambitious episodes of our show that are gonna help you understand the world Noel. I can't wait. It's gonna be awesome, Sean. Today explained find us wherever you listen. We're back. Alison, welcome. Thank you. You had a big week. You reviewed the S 22 ultra. There's some other fun stuff. It's a big review. It's a huge phone. It has 400 cameras. So many cameras. It was really cool. My arm hurts from hauling it around, obviously. No, it's a really powerful phone. And I was impressed by a lot of different aspects of it, and ultimately it's like, this is something I talked about with Dan. It's like the ultimate evolution of the slab style smartphone. It sort of feels like. But I still kind of might conclusion is like, I don't think it's for just anybody. I don't think it's like, you want the best, biggest Android phone, like just get this one. I think the S 22 plus will serve a lot of people very well. And the ultra is kind of this like special if you really into these particular features. And credit to Dan, we talked about this, but it's sort of hard to imagine what else you could put on this phone. Could you put another camera? I don't think so. There's many cameras. Could it, you know, I'm sure there are things that will be added in generations as, you know, it's always the next one's gonna get newest Snapdragon processor, maybe the screen will get a little cooler and some way, but it feels like they're gonna be just little refinements at this point. Like you've got the S pen, you've got two zoom lenses. It's just hard to imagine what else this form factor can have added on to it. Yeah. Let's talk about the, I'm a camera, so I gotta start with the cameras. You have this line that's like, well, this space zoom is still again. And they've been at it for a long time. It seems like Samsung's look is way toned down, right? It's still pretty oversaturated. Like that Samsung. But it's not neon as it was two or three years ago. I think all these funds are kind of like each other now. Like they've all just landed right in the middle, where it's like maybe three years ago, I think an iPhone and a Samsung phone and a pixel all looked remarkably different. That's just like I didn't review this phone. Is that kind of where you were feeling too? Because as I was reading the camera part of your review, I was like, so it takes a good pictures. It's hard to be like, it has a Samsung look and I can evaluate the look. Right. I sort of feel like it's giving a point where really camera cameras are like, they're all gonna take really good photos and there are things you can do if you are not, I think there's still a little bit of a Samsung kind of like, wow, this guy is really blue, and I've never seen that color in real life. You can mess with that if you want to, but at the end of the day, they're all really capable, especially at that $1000 level. And the refinements, I was really impressed by the portrait mode refinements, which they talk about are just are pretty much AI enabled, and it's just able to identify very fine details on a subject better. So they were saying down to the level of a single strand of hair, which in the briefing we were kind of like, sure. That's sounds great. But they really have done a very good job with that. And you can look side by side at what it was doing previously. And you have to look very closely, but the differences are subtle, but they make an impact that it just looks more convincing and I'm more likely to take the phone out and I'm like, yeah, I will take a portrait mode photo in this moment. It's not going to look super unrealistic and fake. Yeah, that's when you know. I was looking at my camera when I see because on iOS anyway, it'll tell you how many photos or portrait mode. And I'm like, oh, that number has been going up. Yeah. And I think apple got there maybe last year the year before, it feels like Samsung got there this year. Yeah, and my test is like, is it is this photo good enough to go on the grandparents digital photo frame? The answer is literally any photo of it. I was going to say, that's a pretty low bar. It's really my own. I standards for what goes on the frame. And they're like, no, we just need more content. But yeah, for me, I was like, these are frame worthy. That's good. On the portrait mode, how's the drop off over distance? Does it still sort of look like cut out E? They've cut out the hair nicely now. But is it still just like an even layer of blur or does it do the thing where it gets blurrier for their back in the distance it goes? I think that the telephoto lens, it does a better job and I think it's just easier. To make it look convincing, the wide angle still has that kind of like the foreground is not blurred where it should be and you do get that kind of like, here's a little cardboard cutout and a sea of like blurry Ness. Yeah, the telephoto, which I don't personally like, I would personally like to shoot with the wide more, but I found myself just picking the telephoto because it looks so much better. So it's still not a 100%, but it's definitely up there with like the most convincing portrait mode photos I've seen. The other camera thing I wanted to ask about is this new computed raw stuff. There's like a separate app that you got to use the galaxy store. Can you talk us through what's going on there? They even made a separate lightroom. Yeah, little lightroom for Samsung. I did not know that existed, so. Yeah, so this feature is called expert raw, and it's essentially a instead of a single frame traditional raw file, like you snap the shutter, you get one frame, one exposure. This is compiling information from multiple frames. So you get the benefits of computational photography, which is kind of the whole point of taking a picture with a smartphone. It's like, it can do all this awesome stuff. Right. Right. So previously, you could shoot raw like traditional raw on this phone or like most smartphones. But it's sort of pointless because just use the jpeg like it has more information. So this makes this makes raw not pointless on a phone. There's something apple's been doing a little bit and one plus I want to say introduced it to, but Samsung's version is called expert raw. You have to download, it's only on the ultra model. You have to download the expert raw.

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Dr. Hugh Ross: Life Was Only Possible Here at This Time

The Dan Bongino Show

01:56 min | 6 months ago

Dr. Hugh Ross: Life Was Only Possible Here at This Time

"But about the concept of life in general What leads you to believe in the book if I just want the audience to hear this in layman's terms that life was only possible here at this time when it was initiated on earth If you could explain it yes well a lot of people think given the vastness of the universe there's got to be multiple locations where life can exist But you actually need the universe to be precisely the mass that it is the size that it is and the age that it is to get life on one planet I do agree that there's about a trillion trillion planets in the universe in order to have life in the universe you need a vast universe make it slightly smaller in terms of its mass The only elements you get are hydrogen and helium make it slightly more massive all the elements are heavier than magnesium And in both cases you get a universe where there is no carbon no oxygen no nitrogen and no possibility for life And then it has to be exactly the right size if it expands too quickly from the cosmic creation event All you get is to spur gas that have expanded too slowly all the mass collapses into black holes and neutron stars to get the galaxies the stars and the planets that make life possible You have to exquisitely fine tune the dark energy of the universe the dark matter The ordinary matter the size of the universe and the age of the universe and that's just 5 of about 200 specific features of the universe that must be fine tuned And then in terms of what you need to get life I mean again there's a trillion trillion stars a trillion tree and planets but we're orbiting the only star that has the characteristics that permissive then like to exist

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Search for life on other worlds tops astronomy to-do list

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 8 months ago

Search for life on other worlds tops astronomy to-do list

"US astronomers put the search for extraterrestrial life at the top of their to do list for the next ten years I'm Ben Thomas with details a survey by the National Academy of sciences finds astronomers stressed the need to continue hunting for potentially habitable planets orbiting other stars they say the coming decades will set humanity down a path to determine whether we are alone the report explains life on earth may be the result of a common process or it may require such an unusual set of circumstances that we are the only living beings within our part of the galaxy or even the universe either answer is profound also ranking highly in the survey exploring the origins and evolution of black holes galaxies and the entire universe the report also encourages greater diversity among science teams I'm Ben Thomas

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00:32 sec | 9 months ago

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"Liked it. I found some of the metaphysical imagery particularly effective.

Dr Michael Guillen: Science Shows That Seeing Is Not Believing

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:31 min | 10 months ago

Dr Michael Guillen: Science Shows That Seeing Is Not Believing

"That's what we're talking about right now with dr michael gillen. The book is believing is seeing. So you're saying that we we meaning you and others were observing. The spin of certain galaxies ended implied that there was a lot more matter and mass. Then we could see and so what we infer from that observation so we inferred that there must be some things some substance within that galaxy that is causing it to spin so fast that we can't see it's an invisible form of stuff and that's all we called it. When i was a grad student but then as i in the years afterwards we came to call it dark matter. So that's what we call the missing mass that. Where is this mass. That's causing the galaxy galaxy to spin so fast and then beyond that we discovered that the universe is actually not only expanding but it's accelerating out words. That was huge. And i actually covered that when i was at. Abc news because a friend of mine at harvard was involved in that discovery. And we call that dark matter the bottom line just just to come back to the point i was making is that when i learned as a young scientists that most of the universe is invisible and we now believe ninety five percent of the observable universe is invisible to us. I could no longer live by the motto. Seeing is believing because here was science now demanding that i believe in a universe most of which i could not see so i had to ditch. Seeing is believing in that launched me on a very long. Herman has like journey you know. Tormented intellectual sequel has like journey. I literally make fun of. Herman has in the introduction to my new book is areas in bed. I'm not even joking. I'm going to send you a copy when we get off the air. I gotta send you a copy. But so what you're saying. I really you know. I i want to be serious and let the audience know that science or let's say materialists people who are scientistic who insist. There's no such thing as anything except what we can detect with our five senses anything beyond the realm of quote unquote science cannot exist. They make this statement now. That is a statement of faith. It's preposterous but you're telling me oh by the way even science contradicts that idea. Because you're saying there is a ton of matter we can infer the existence of it but we can't see it and so that right there causes you to think like well. Maybe we're getting some of this

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The Apple Watch Series 7 Is Here

The 3:59

01:55 min | 10 months ago

The Apple Watch Series 7 Is Here

"Joining us is our resident wearable guru scott stein. Welcome scott. hey thanks router so. The apple watch com got buried underneath the attached for the new iphone thirteen. And that's natural. Most folks are going to gravitate towards the phone. But it's notable because it actually got a redesign. How is the series. Seven different from previous innovations. Well it's weird because all the rumors have been pointing towards something really big in terms of the design. And what we got was not a big redesign. It looks mainly got a larger screen. Which happened with the series four. So it's another bump up in reducing the basil's it curves a little around the edges which is interesting for apple because they don't really play with that much but we've seen things like that and other devices otherwise it looks exactly the same and then all the claims after that are about things like durability in faster charging what were your initial impressions It doesn't seem like you were that impressed. No i totally was not impressed. I was pretty letdown for me. It's that it looks like apple. Knows they have a successful product and they are kind of sitting a little still with it and to. I miss the days. When wearables experimented more. I think that the landscape right now is is looking at a lot of new Health tech and sensors samsung's galaxy watch for the pit sense. Admittedly a lot of these may fall flat. And you know they're weird body analysis. I don't need that The stress sensor. But i also think apple's behind on things like sleeps sleep tracking Being able to maybe pull more with the optical heart rate sensor temperature which could be used potentially for competitors do things like wellness readings and readiness scores. So yeah let down

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PC Gamer Uncharted 4 and the Lost Legacy Coming to PC Early 2022

Kinda Funny Games Daily

00:18 sec | 10 months ago

PC Gamer Uncharted 4 and the Lost Legacy Coming to PC Early 2022

"Came out sock uncharted. Four loss legacy coming remastered playstation five in. Pc it's going to be called uncharted legacy of thieves collection. It's going to be available in early. Twenty twenty two. Ps five the version is in development by our partners at iron galaxy. It will release shortly after the playstation. Five version

TCL’s Foldable Phone Now on Indefinite Hold

Android Central Podcast

01:44 min | 10 months ago

TCL’s Foldable Phone Now on Indefinite Hold

"What if a company came along with a phone that looked an awful lot like the galaxy flip but cost hundreds of dollars less. Would that lee that he'll do for you well. You won't because it. It's not going on sale for all of this year. We have been. I have been repeating. Tcl's promised to itself into the rest of us that tcl mobile would ship a foldable and affordable foldable by the end of twenty twenty one Thanks to what. I take to be as a combination of what i know. And what speculating Component shortages Perhaps a lack of enthusiasm On the carriers part to push foldable 's and This part is for sure. Tcl's own admission that they couldn't deliver the experience they want at the price. They wanted to hit quite with this generation. They have decided that the time is not right. They're going to eat eat crow or whatever expression you wanna use. They're going to say sorry. We can't deliver this like we said in the time we said but we have a couple of samples. We'd like to send it to you to a couple of you to show you that. We are working on this. It's not vaporware we haven't brought you to these trade shows for three years and showed you samples just to get our name in the headlines we are. We are making a good faith effort to break into the foldable space. And here's what it would have looked like so they sent a mostly finished version of what they are. They're code name is chicago and it is very much like a first generation flip with some aesthetic spec and functionality differences. Some better some worse.

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Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 Review

The Droid Life Show

01:34 min | 10 months ago

Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 Review

"All right so Galaxies z fold. Three it is University forgotten like all the stuff about eighteen hundred dollars rate. Eighteen hundred dollars for this bad boy. Seventeen seventeen ninety nine. Okay so seventy-nine for this bad boy All the specs. I don't think we're missing anything in here. They added water resistance. The front display is under twenty hertz. Now by the way the the front display on this thing for some reason to me just look smoother than any display of ever used in my life like the inside. One is one hundred twenty and it looks great but the cover display on this thing just seems stupid smooth i i don't i don't know what it is about. There's something about the way it looks to my. So we got one hundred twenty hertz. Everywhere we got water resistance. We gots after eight eighty eight. We ought to fifty six gigs storage. On the base model. We got triple cameras. We got one. Ui three to one zero one. The latest there. Although that's role others you get the side fingerprint reader I believe it's supposed to be lighter than last year's fold too. But i can tell you if it is still heavy. Clunky ass phone you know there's What is there to say. As far as like those improvements again the the cover displays one of those things we wanted last year the water resistance gives you a little more comfort there and just setting it down places although there's no dust resistant so definitely still. Don't take it to the beach or whatever. I can't imagine people taking a foldable to the beach way but definitely still though do that or drop it in a sandbox. Whatever but there's some water resistance

Review: 'La Nave De Los Monstruos' 1960 Mexican Sci-Fi Movie

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

01:52 min | 10 months ago

Review: 'La Nave De Los Monstruos' 1960 Mexican Sci-Fi Movie

"I am so thrilled to be talking about the movie that we've selected for today. Lanoviy las monstruous sort the ship of monsters and astoundingly shockingly devastatingly awesome mexican film from nineteen sixty in the exquisite genre of science fiction. Horror romantic comedy musical This is a movie about women from the planet. Venus who are roaming deep-space on a quest for the hunky aliens in the galaxy and skip from planet to planet collecting reptile cyclops. Hunks kissy face. Brain newton hunks fang head skeleton hunks until they finally meet the honky. Tonk of all a rascal writer of the chihuahua. Planes played by the incomparable lalo gonzalez aka porto more on him later. This movie is so much fun. Yeah this is a real pleasant surprise. When when you brought this this title to to our attention. I did like some preliminary research. I looked it up in the The cyclotron video guide like all right. It's listed there. Sounds like like like it. Might be good so i went into it expecting there to be something awesome about it. You know i'd find a monster. I liked her performance. I liked. I was also expecting a certain amount of dead space in. There is sometimes the case with films from this time period of this caliber but this one is just wall to wall excellence. Yes totally they're not a dull moment. I mean we've we've watched some sci fi horror movies from the fifties that they might have a really fun goofy looking monster or they might have elements that work really. Well not of this earth comes to mind but then there will be other moments that are kind of some dead space. Yeah we're gonna dull square logo dudes just standing around delivering dry dialogue. This movie has essentially none of that. It's all killer no filler

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Tips for Squeezing Extra Battery Life From Your Smartphone

Talking Tech

01:58 min | 10 months ago

Tips for Squeezing Extra Battery Life From Your Smartphone

"I wrote about this for tech dot. Usa today dot com breaking down some tips on how to get a little extra juice from your battery in from your smartphone. Whether you're on an iphone whether you're on android no matter what the situation is. This is the stuff that you can do to get a little more battery life back when the first steps you can take reduce the display brightness. it's a really quick and easy thing to do a lot of smartphones. Have it in the control center where you just easily swipe up from the top down and you get a select a group of control so you can pick from and it's a really easy way to adjust the brightness on your screen another option you can do cut back on the background app activity on the iphone. For example you can go to settings go to general. There's a feature on their called background app refresh and what that does is it will make updates and refresh. What's happening in the app in the background. That also means it takes up a little battery life. So if you turn that off that can save you a little bit there It's also in galaxy devices as well. You can go to your settings you can disable apps or you can uninstall them completely. You feel like it's just eating up a ton of battery. Another big one. You can do this very simple. Turn off notifications You know sometimes apps always ask you for new notifications whether you want to have the modern not Turning a lot of those off can make a difference as well. You can go into your settings and go through each app and just pick the ones that you absolutely want notifications for and leave the rest off and again that saves you a little bit as well. Another really good option that both iphone in galaxy phones have her these power saving modes on iphone. It's called low power mode and what that does is it. Turns off several features that automatic email fetch would automatically goes in and pulls in your latest emails stuff like automatic downloads. It turns that off and it saves you power same thing with galaxy. They have a power saving mode. It limits your phones performance and it also closes any apps that you're not using at the moment and what both those do again is give you a little more battery life and helps you make the most out of

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Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 Review: You Can't Hate This Foldable

The Tech Guy

00:54 sec | 10 months ago

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 Review: You Can't Hate This Foldable

"Look what. I got a little phone. It's a little teensy-weensy folding fun. Look at that. Oh that's cool. That is the Galaxy flip three. I think that's what i think. That's what samsung calls it Nice little thing. You know what. I've had the other folding phones couple of them including the galaxy fold last year's galaxy fold and this is a new galaxy flip three that samsung introduced. And you know. I kind of get the idea of a folding phone because it just folds up to the littlest little pocket square that you could put almost anywhere. I think that's part of the appeal of this is that you could You could do it in your. You can do it in your pocket and you could do it in your purse. You could put it in your jeans pocket. You could put pretty much

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Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 Review: You Can't Hate This Foldable

The Tech Guy

00:54 sec | 10 months ago

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 Review: You Can't Hate This Foldable

"Look what. I got a little phone. It's a little teensy-weensy folding fun. Look at that. Oh that's cool. That is the Galaxy flip three. I think that's what i think. That's what samsung calls it Nice little thing. You know what. I've had the other folding phones couple of them including the galaxy fold last year's galaxy fold and this is a new galaxy flip three that samsung introduced. And you know. I kind of get the idea of a folding phone because it just folds up to the littlest little pocket square that you could put almost anywhere. I think that's part of the appeal of this is that you could You could do it in your. You can do it in your pocket and you could do it in your purse. You could put it in your jeans pocket. You could put pretty much

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You Can Now Buy Samsung's Foldable Smartphones

Talking Tech

02:02 min | 10 months ago

You Can Now Buy Samsung's Foldable Smartphones

"So do you remember those snooze. Snazzy samsung foldable smartphones. We talked about recently. Well you can now buy them. that's right brett. We're talking about the galaxy. Fold brief five. Gee that's a mouthful. galaxies z. Fold three five g. It's priced at about eighteen hundred and the galaxies z. Flip three five g price said about a thousand. They became available for preorder a little over two weeks ago and we talked about him on the podcast then but the now available to order and should be in stores. You can walk up and by now when you look at photos of these devices you know they look cool but they're even more fun to play around with and simpson lonely. One of each of them to experiment. With and i see i could definitely become attached to the z. Fold three five g. When you unfold it you get this. Bright almost glowing seven point. Six inch display measured. Diagonally closed the full. Three looks like a traditional smartphone with a six point two inch screen. that's also fully operational. So you can. You can use it when it's closed or open now. Both these screens are amil led screens. They're brighter and more responsive than those on the previous model which is called the full to release last september. I will say when it's closed at the big bulky so carrying it around wouldn't have taken some getting used to since i'm not going many places these days unfortunately i pretty much use it at home. the smaller galaxies z. Flipped three five g. folds to about the size of a makeup compact. What lease it's the size of my makeup contact but on folds to a six point seven inch emily display. But you don't have to open it to gain functionality. I it has a one point nine inch cover screen that displays the time and alert much rent some apps as well as she photos should photos. You just press the side button and swipe to choose whether you want to shoot a photo or video and your set. I'm you could also open up the phone and set it up shoot videos or selfie profiles. I'm you just put it on a flat surface and you look at the displayed so if your shot

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Even Google Thinks Sideloading Apps on Android Is Horrible

All About Android

02:00 min | 11 months ago

Even Google Thinks Sideloading Apps on Android Is Horrible

"I stop actually. This came as kind of the second batch of revelations the first batch of revelation was that apparently google also doesn't think side loading is the best experience on android so that was the first major revelation to come out of this court case but then also like the most obvious thing that can come out of anything is like of course side loading the best experience. I'm sorry that was just super obvious. A yeah but i think the reason that came out is because they were using that as an argument for why epic should not put you know. It's it's fortnight game in its own little styling apps for situation it should go through the play store because that would be the best situation Well google has other ways to that It likes to compete. It pays device manufacturers to play nice so lg motorola and hmv global which is behind nokia. They're part of what was revealed to be called the premier device program. Now these premier devices there are basically mandated to make google services the defaults for all key functions of quote unquote that comes directly from the document which by the way the pdf is fully hosted on my article on gizmodo dot com. Anybody wants to go read through. I think it's like seventy pages something something long. It's long but basically this mandate me. If you're manufacturer it's part of this mandate you have to have ninety percent of your devices adhering to this premier device program so that means blocking apps with the ability to install. Pk's on the device except for the app stores that are designed for and it and managed by that respective manufacturer so for instance like the samsung galaxy. App stores would not You not go against this clause or lg had one. I kind of forgot that they had their own little app store that they put on their devices

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"galaxy" Discussed on Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe

Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe

07:48 min | 11 months ago

"galaxy" Discussed on Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe

"Over different things and from earth we see these things when that being passes us so there's a lot of pulsars out there in the galaxy that we can't see because they're beam never passes us the ones where the beam does sweep over the earth. We see that as pulses. We get a pulse every time. It sweeps by incredible thing is that they are very very regular here. You have an object of incredible math trillions of tons of stuff spinning at very high speeds up to like hundreds of hurts right like an incredible amount of stuff spinning many times per second and doing it very regularly. it's not like every point two seconds and then every three seconds and every point four seconds. These things are more precise than some tomic clocks. They're like the most precise natural clocks out there. We have found and the universe is filled with them. They are all over the galaxy so you might imagine then how we might be able to use them to measure the distortion of space. If you are on earth and you're surrounded by a bunch of pulsars and you in watching these pulsars for a while so you know them you know how long it takes between pulses forgiven pulsar than what you can do is see if that changes. Think about what happens. As a gravitational wave passes over the earth it changes the distance between us and those pulsars with that means is that the pulses would take longer or shorter amounts of time to arrive here on earth. So if you know how often the pulses should be arriving and you see a deviation you see a residual from what you expect and that means something happened the distance between you and that pulsar has changed and so a while ago people figured out how to use all these pulsars these precise clocks to what would happen if a gravitational wave past us and it wouldn't affect all pulsars the same way right because gravitational waves have this sort of quadruple effect. They squeeze in one direction at the same time. They're pulling in another direction so we can't look at an individual pulsar and say oh there was a gravitation. Wave we need to do is have a whole network of pulsars. Have them all around us in every direction so that a gravitational wave has a very distinct signature so it looks different from other random weird blips we might see or changes in our instrument or anything else that might affect the timing but is in due to gravitational ways the classic trick and experimental. Physics is to make the thing. You're looking for a look unique. So that when you see it you know your side and so there are a couple of folks name headings in downs and they did this analysis and they showed one would happen if a gravitational wave passed over the earth and between us and a whole network of pulsars. And what would happen is predictable pattern in the way that the pulses arrived on earth you can. Google is an check it out if you're interested in learning more details but there's a particular signature we would expect to see in the pulses from pulsars in the timing of those pulsars arriving here on earth if a wave past remember the we're not targeting fast gravitational waves the ones that lie. Go can see those. Are things where it's like. One hundred. Hertz is a frequency. There is fast ripples in space and time. We're interested in slow ripples. In space and time we're interested in very long gravitational waves were interested in like the beginnings of black holes coming together and not just little itty bitty black holes. The ones that lego his seen. We're interested in suber math black holes right because we think that those black holes also combined we talked earlier about galaxy collider's shooting one galaxy. Add another well. That actually happens in the. I don't know who's controlling it or if anybody ever is the galaxies do merge. We see evidence for this in lots of galaxies. We can tell that. Some galaxies have recently undergone a merger. Because there's sort of chaotic and we can see other galaxies that have had mergers billions of years ago. We think that the milky way for example has remnants of other galaxies that it's so if galaxies have supermassive black hole at their center. Then what happens when two galaxies merge. When happens when one eats another one which is a merger of supermassive black holes. These things are black holes like just a little bit bigger than our sun. These things have masters like ten million or sometimes billions of times. The mass of our sun is staggering. It's hard to even get your mind around now. Imagine two of them and they're coming together and they're eating each other. They're forming one huge grandma black hole right well that is going to admit a lot of gravitational waves and in the very beginning very early part of that while the galaxies are still merging while those black holes are just beginning their dance. There's going to be very low. Frequency long gravitational ways that take a long time to propagate along time to measure as they move through the universe and so that's what a pulsar array could be sensitive to it could see gravitational waves from the collisions of supermassive black holes from the beginning stages of those collisions while the two galaxies are still beginning to form together and we also don't understand the size of supermassive black holes. We know that there's a relationship between galaxies and supermassive black holes that typically the larger the black hole the larger the galaxy. But we don't understand how these supermassive black holes got so big. We look back in the very early universe and we see that there are already black holes like a million times. The mass of the sun only a billion years into the history of the universe and in our calculations. That's just not enough. Time to make that big a black holes the deep mystery how these supermassive black holes got so supermassive and so one way if he gets out is to see them. Merging is to understand what happens when these two things combine is to look the early parts and say oh okay. This came from two slightly smaller black holes or maybe three or maybe something else entirely is going on. That's why we are desperate to listen to these messages and understand what's going on with these very low frequency black holes so we talked about how to listen to low frequency black holes by building a system of pulsars all across the galaxy and watching as the signals from those pulsars shift in frequency has a gravitational wave passes and we talked about what might be generating those gravitational waves. I wanna tell you all about an experiment that claims to maybe have seen some of these low-frequency gravitational waves by using a pulse. Ra but first. Let's take another break. Hey everyone daniel here. We talk a lot on this program about the excitement of making new scientific discoveries but we couldn't make those discoveries without scientific data from measurements of higgs bozon decays to recording the afterglow of the big bang everything we have learned about our universe relies on the precious data collected by our experiments and the network you use to capture store and transmit the data can make the difference between learning a deep secret about the origins of the universe or not and that's why the world's leading institutions like fourteen out of twenty of the world's leading universities trust juniper networks juniper provides essential reliability. So you don't lose your data combined with cost effective solutions for your application big or small from data centers to wifi driven by. I learn more about juniper's work with the world's leading reserves institutions at juniper dot net.

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"galaxy" Discussed on All About Android

All About Android

05:09 min | 1 year ago

"galaxy" Discussed on All About Android

"A separate launchers separate like game space for two launcher muncher game collection from It's possible i missed it. I didn't see any particular shots. Wait i think i did actually do. I have to go dig into some links. But i'm not going to do that on a live show right. Yeah that that that isn't that is an interesting thing. Particularly if they're gonna start to like lock off that area for for like parental controls and stuff like that and it also would be a natural place to put like a special game store if they are just if. They're contemplating that as as a reaction to future antitrust actions that they might be facing in the next two or three years. I don't know i don't. I love that you brought that up. I'm trying to load this this article but it's not coming up At which is basically. 'cause i wanna see with this apparent game launcher is going to look like. I am a huge fan of the existing oneplus game launcher. I use it when i play pokemon. Go 'cause you don't wanna record my evolutions. And all that. And i would love for something. Just as seamless as that to come through. But i'm trying to look around. I don't really see anything under render. There's a lot of good stuff here including my vision of gaming is still pretty much like you know. Pacman galaxy in Shop cafe on the mac old style. I'd never really got into gaming and it's a revisions like this. Remind me that. None of it when they talk about. Revamping gaming they're also talking about let's have built in system wide controls for like a recording. Your game play. Let's have system wide controls. a for liver. Livestreaming your game play over youtube and other places and it's like it really is content. Every games are meant to be shared. Not just with multiplayer gameplay but also just by letting other people watch this as a spectator i mean. That's my my only my only investment in gaming at this point really is just all the game channels on youtube and twitch sometimes watch because i i will never understand how these games work but i will watch red dead redemption of videos like all all night long because i want to know what my god is. A is that a ghost. She said because she was gave her heart to to a man who is unfaithful. Oh no tell us more about her please. I.

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"galaxy" Discussed on GamesMyMomFound

GamesMyMomFound

03:16 min | 1 year ago

"galaxy" Discussed on GamesMyMomFound

"Me to say maybe save it for that moment. Maybe save it for that for when we we get. That's how i got that joke. That he saw who he is not he saw attorney and he could be taken either way. But it dat part made me smile as a little bit later but that part 'cause i got because i felt that it was a joke to that which is probably was. It could be an edge. I like to do that. They do okay with that because when you start celestial you start talking about these god like beans because attorney is is god period when you start getting to their it makes sense and it just very quickly you popped up a link to who eternity is thank you. I the overview of this of this thing is every universe in the multi manifest itself as an anthropomorphic being called turn ity. The combination of the countless entities have individual universes form of multi verse interational eternity. Hey i thought this was marvel with a guy with a shield and runs around with super strength and smashes nazis in the head when we get to like galactic. Yeah like a god stuff. I never even realized the marvel universe is rife with. These kind of like brother is galactic. You've mentioned that name before. Yeah just like wow. I thought it was a man in an iron suit. Flying around shooting lasers out sands. I didn't realize it was like whoa university absorbing celestial. There's a lot i know. I no idea. I'm learning a lot but Doctor sarraj lsd stuff. I guess it's the same. I think that same timeframe is in the sixties. Because he's fantastic. For fifty seven around. There i should be. So we learned a back ego against celestial. He doesn't know where he came from. He built the planet again. He's a space space. God's space jesus created human form just like jesus and then Drags proceeds to ruin everything with an overlong. Dick joke which is so bad. I know it's bad and this is a fucking movie right. I was that my wife twenty. I think okay. I think different strokes for different folks but i mean i. I hate that i was like. We're getting we're getting the world building. We're getting some intrigued. This is actually interesting literal building. Yeah he and he decided to you know he wanted to learn what it meant to be human and to experience life just like jesus so Yeah and then meredith michigan whereas tiger lily. Just read through my notes. It's not very interesting. Why thought was cool about this was is that he mentioned that again. The quill has his dna our his his energy his essence. Because he says how could have you held an infiniti stone without just getting obliterated whoa do clue they right to those. That don't know this movie takes place a right after gardening galaxy one before civil war before everything else happens in the mcu takes place mean before. Age of ultra okay. I didn't know the time line. But i love that because again..

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"galaxy" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"galaxy" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Right number one ingredient. When you want to make a Galaxies, you have to have dark matter. It's like five times more than the stars, right? Yeah, exactly. Legality is basically a lump of dark matter. With a few Sprinkles of stars in it. That's right. If it galaxy was a cupcake, right, The dark matter would be the chocolate cake and, you know they're everything else would be the frosting and the Sprinkles the gas and the dust would be the frosting. The stars would be the Sprinkles on top. Oh, I see. Okay, that's kind of the right proportions. Yeah, something like that. You start with a big blob of dark matter, and that's most of it. And then after that, you have huge amounts of gas and dust. Right? And that's the stuff that's left over from the big bang or left over from stars exploding thie ingredients. You need to make planets and stars and all sorts of stuff that you're familiar with, right? And so you have dark matter. You have gas. You have dust. You have planets and stars and black holes right? Like there's just little black holes sprinkled throughout throughout, probably, but there's a huge giant black hole at the center of every galaxy. That's right. I can't believe I forgot the black hole. The black hole at the centre of almost every galaxy is huge. It's like in a million's of solar masses, and it's sitting there with the scent of the black hole and it's It's got a lot of stuff to. It also carries a lot of mass and so contributes. That's what a galaxy is. Okay. You know, Galaxy couldn't really form without all those elements like you couldn't really have a galaxy without dark matter. His dark matter provides the gravitational attraction to suck all this stuff together. You know, they do these simulations of the universe. They say what the universe looked like if you've never had dark matter in it, and it would take a lot longer for Galaxies to form because dark matter has pulled all this stuff together. It's like it's made of, you know, like a well in the rubber sheet of the universal, everything rules together more closely..

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"galaxy" Discussed on The Pocket Astronomer

The Pocket Astronomer

05:21 min | 2 years ago

"galaxy" Discussed on The Pocket Astronomer

"Hoffa fished with to the lower left is delta andromeda. You cannot then for it because it looks red in color. A further half fist with to the left is a brighter. Red star called mira which lies at a distance of about two hundred light years but it shines almost two thousand times more deadly than the sun now located mirek we can hunt down the andromeda galaxy ready three finger wits at arm's length above miraculous is new and dominy above that by another three finger. Which is the location of the andromeda galaxy. You're looking for faint fuzzy patch of lights if the moon above the horizon then you'll struggle to see it or if you have a bit too much light pollution in your area if you're struggling to find it you might like to try a covid. Technique called averted vision. Try looking slightly away from the position. We've just found and you might find a fuzzy blob pops up in the corner of your this technique using more sensitive parts of your eye to pick up the faint lot from the galaxy. Take some time to practice finding the andromeda galaxy and getting used to looking at it the the andromeda galaxy is the most distant object. You will ever be able to look just. Your is as we learned earlier is two point. Five million light years away. That means you're seeing the galaxy as it was two point five million years ago. You are literally looking back in time. We used us to explain distances in astronomy because miles and kilometers adjust to small. We would end up with massive with way too many zeroes to deal with. For instance. one. Lachey is the same as the distance. That light can travel in one year. Which is nine point. Five trillion coloma's the antoinette galaxy is actually quite similar to our own milky way galaxy that both spa will galaxies with stars planets gas clouds and customers of their own. We've just seen a distant galaxy but we can see the large from our.

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"galaxy" Discussed on Capes & Lunatics: Sidekicks

Capes & Lunatics: Sidekicks

06:49 min | 2 years ago

"galaxy" Discussed on Capes & Lunatics: Sidekicks

"There was a see I. taught not a female version of talent, but he has the triangle. Gender. US. Out Talents being drawn. Looks like Arnold, rate with artist gene colan reviewed in marvel superheroes number eighteen in January six nine. Oh, but yes. Of course man first appeared in flash comics number one in nineteen forty hawk man was way before star Star on. A home in the Jeff John Series where he was writing it. was really good to find a while Series going now going on now I. I come in and out of it, but Yeah the. Creighton it, but yet like they've upped the ante words like member where he was reincarnating and stuff each lifetime now they're saying you know not yet. He's still reincarnating, but not all his life war were on earth. Like he looked away. He lived a lifetime crypt on Is. It's Kinda like a Karma thing. 'cause like one of his first life. He was like took a kind of like a word Lord Him and a bunch of his buddies were Ju- which is like killing like? They would just go out and slaughter. People's now. He has to like you know for every every life he saves. It's kind of like I. Don't know three incarnation ends when he save as many lives as he's Hagen. Here looks like. They appeared Nixon seventy or marvel to win one number four and five. Grover like. giant-sized finish live in. It's been twenty six, twenty nine, which is in seventy five. Other heroes such as captain, thing, alien, but in. Saying, that do room, but due to. Okay, they finally given their own series in marvel zen starting with issue three SEGER still riding. They'd Cockram. That's pretty awesome. Xidan Yep Zig was canceled shortly after violence. US twelve more. Well the showed up in thor. Annual eventers wants sixty seventy, one, seventy seven NASA CORMAC SAGA. Marble Thima Marl A. Day I mean they. They appeared like in what yeah like morals wasn't Marvel superheroes? Yeah, they actually get a book called. Guardians of the galaxy till this series. Right mine exactly. The number of appearances you probably appeared what thirty forty times what they got. From sixty nine until they got their series, I mean it was not a lot of issues that during the quarterback saga. Aren't they? Aren't they considered like on, or is it honorary avengers or something? So yeah, at the time I think they were considered on road. Back Saga on a little. weirded out by the ending of that. They stopped him mood. Dragons like Oh, but he would've made everything great I'm GonNa? Make sure that you thinking great win, but it kind of was. Yeah. I don't know. been a while since I've read that Niamey to. All right anything else. From me. All right, yeah, next week, the conclusion of the Guardians of the Galaxy Series Looking at I was looking at the schedule over talking neck Xena was like Oh look, we're coming up on a big episode. The visible y you know five or would you know? I think I count if I look countered right, I think one twenty five is going to be quasar forty-seven. The first part of that team up, yes. One twenty five. It gets the band's back for. and Oh. Don't tell read. Does something not nice to US grow? Well I mean he deserved it. Also does something pretty nice girl to you know? It doesn't pull William Wesleyan. Right so, yes, send us your thoughts will one more issue guardians of the galaxy. Then we got a nice long run. A quasar from was quasar forty four through fifty. Three's sow sending all your thoughts. Don't let ray hog all the fine email US keeps an lunatics. Gino Com, call the voicemail, six, one, four, three, eight, two, two, seven, three, seven, that six, one, four thirty eight capes. and. Follow the quantum zone on facebook. Twitter, instagram, follow. All of our staff even links to the youtube all of it all in one convenient place. That's Tree Lan, k., t., R., dot, EE, Slash Cape San Lunatics though black curtains. And remember I couldn't resist. Support. Sponsors. Tweaked audio hunter killer. 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"galaxy" Discussed on Capes & Lunatics: Sidekicks

Capes & Lunatics: Sidekicks

08:04 min | 2 years ago

"galaxy" Discussed on Capes & Lunatics: Sidekicks

"Spells. Our House making thanks yourself. Hundred. Oh okay. But Yeah Bega Guardians of the Galaxy episode here because like we said we're GONNA. Cover now guardians of the galaxy sixty one from the ninety s keep that killing buts about the first three issues. I think that's all. It's been out so far of the current cartoon series why you may ask. We'll Saturday I was on little podcast called into the nate nate podcast episode, one hundred, fifty special special lumbergh grabs a big number. Yeah, yeah! It goes up on either tomorrow Thursday, but yes raise hit one fifty on his podcast. The NA me him in another podcast there Sarran. Who I've never spoken to her before, but she was awesome Ma could talk to La Marvel editor Tom Beart. And you know of course got the chance to question all manner of things of course I asked him. Hey, one wants quasar coming. And he said Mr Hewing has awesome quasar plans for upcoming issues guardians of the galaxy so. Also like I said I read the I haven't seen him yet, but. We're going to be keeping our eyes that we're watching much. Rush you. Do, not feel was. But I mean is like I said it's going to take a break on. Guardians of the Galaxy series was pretty is pretty good. Darn it! By it, but look you know you've got rocket in his Don Johnson seat. Is it gonNA continuing the storyline that the Donnie Kate's set up or I mean it's kind of like I think they do at least a couple months time Jones because you know rockets, caddo surgeries and stuff, and he's all healed up and stuff but. I mean. To say I don't want to spoil too much, but yet like some of the team goes on a mission, some behind. Supposedly. Supposedly are one of the guardians dive and but. We'll see how long we'll see all that much on sticks. There was some stuff that. With quasar. In averell that. Has Really. Off Right yeah like I said no sign him yacht, no mention of QUASAR. Well. There's like in the first issue Nova comes to get them for like a mission in like you know, he needs help and these go. There's really not much of a Novacor laughed I'm like why don't you quasar? You guys are buds. WHERE THE SILVER SURFER! Out of it I didn't outcome was vaguely aware that Richard Rider back as Nova but. The I think him during how I think he and Sam Alexander Kinda running around. 'cause, that's what even says. He's like he's like I go to the Nova. Corbett's pretty much and SAM now. You know that's something that's always annoyed me. It's A. Know riders building them, up. And then the first thing you new writable ended. Up. For you know who the Nova Gore there. been done. Oh, my Lord, in that it has a funny mentioned that that whole the whole green lantern thing Kazaa. We'll get there when we talk her on Mars but. I was listening to an interview with that then he o.`Neil Then O.`Neil passed away this last week. said. No yeah, but he was talking about. You know they did the whole cow rainer thing 'cause they said how house sales number for plummeting at that point. So Yup and then Kyle Green Leonard. What I mean I'll Australia. Tell You I've held. Jordan is probably one of my favorite, my second favorite character barring. You know. Macaroni. Nine. Here's a care. It was. It was Nice Rebirth was. One of those series your waited a decade for all. What could you're on? It wasn't good, yeah. Good character is not. Wasn't written for me and he wasn't marketed to me and that's okay as never. Everything has to be me. But when they brought back, that was that was for me. I like Cal Rainer. He praised probably my favorite green lantern, but I mean Yeah Jeff John's right to hell the how Jordan? and. Doing pretty good job to. I love that series because that's what I've been waiting for a long time for how the be back on earth. I would like to space stuff, but like when they mix it up when they haven't been space half the time, and then they have them like you know punching guys in the face on earth. Hal on earth. You. Know how the time. Out in full force people. But yes. Oh, yeah, brief words, said quasars coming in guardians of the galaxy, and I did talk to him a little bit I mean again. Go listen to into the night one fifty. By the time this hits the podcast. It'll be up, but he worked with more GRUNWALD. 'cause I was like I was like Oh. Can you tell me like you know like a good story about Grunwald or whatever news? Stories man he's like he's like you know like that image you have of the. Pen where everyone's wacky and having a great time. He's like that was more Kroon. He's like he's like he's like he's like he's a master prankster. He had like this encyclopedic knowledge of like comics. Heard that the mark waid knows more about. Hunt, newly characters in DC stories than anybody on the planet except for Margaret. I was going to say yeah, I think more. Grunwald was the guy everyone went to, and they had a question about continuity or history, yeah. That's the other thing from that Daniel Neal. Talking to Kevin Smith I think. He said he's like he'd in one out then he'll do that. Ron You know the first time he took? took over as iron man. You know when man and Tony Stark fell off the wagon hard. Yeah, we'll died. Denny was even saying in this interview. He's like he's like half. The credit should go to mark grunwald. He's like we would just certainly right. These helped me right out the stories and stop so so grunwald was involved in that Ironman story also. I mean. As much as much love as I have Margaret. He was responsible for removing Roger. Stern from the vendors was just got us. What could have been you know? That's. The undersea other mansion siege in the levels. Story lines are just yet as something that stern been building up for had John Cima on doing the art Awesome, team. But It was perfect. It was an our eighteen. It was pre- QUASAR. That's true. Said Guardians Good. Pick it up. Because supposedly quasars coming in this Guardians series mope. They do to the character credit so yeah into the night. Talked to reward. Like I said I'm just scratching the surface with the QUASAR and the at Grunewald stuccoed Galliano's. Think it was, was it at least an our house like really good interviews at checkout. Anthony Night episode one fifty. But. And without revealing. Your picks I I.

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"galaxy" Discussed on Capes & Lunatics: Sidekicks

Capes & Lunatics: Sidekicks

07:32 min | 2 years ago

"galaxy" Discussed on Capes & Lunatics: Sidekicks

"Me densely populated gloves upon which I shall decide. What is best for you in by extrapolation, what is best for the universe? You'll be satisfied and silent. You dare speak. Insolent in. I am lactose. I will no longer endure these imposed sanctions. Never have I seen galactic, so angered are so powerful I shall reduce my size in distance itself from him in order to assess. A fake was herald in even more presumptuous concert. Our Association is at an end now and ever left me for dead. I slipped into coma toe. State recalled a Latin phrase. I learned during my assignments on Earth. Stylistic theorem argue with our style betrays us. Trail. Es Forsaken. Back collect. This runs the stairs. Unsupervised must pursue no NORAD. You must rest and let the healing light permeate your severe wounds. Yes, closure is, he may resume your duties after you've recovered and after you've helped me with my crusade, I wonder if the answer to my questions already lie within the quantum bands, perhaps on my borrow them for a brief. By the retailers, sword! Selfish. GIANT NOVAK THEIR! offish opportunists, only one being in all the multiversity may allocate the all the. To say all multi multi-diverse I cast. that again selfish opportunist, only one being all multiversity allocate the quantum bands yuan. Do not presume to judge me your past indiscretions are well documented foremost among them, persuading the silver surfer to abandon earth at the most critical juncture of the infamous war of the worlds him and Orson Welles. Ear. My motivation for procuring the band's was pure. Furthermore, my power derives from. Silence upstart I know your master only too well disciple of. It's ever to be. Your cyclical journey now concludes as it has so many times before. Let the devolution begin. Isn't it? Like every time he dies? He restarted his life over again. The Ground Day lords of the solar winds not again. Yes, the car. She'll be no resolution of your parents as riddle during this incarnation, I sent into the past back to infancy where your product delight. Recommends Unaware unfilled you mustn't. Please, don't lie. No not this time. I've come to four star. Hawk will not be denied. I live EON and. Are Living The one who knows does not submit. You shall have the truth. I shall have the truth were dining attempt most impressive stock your pass. The test received my admiration and the quantum bands may appear on his wrists. You you bestow them upon me. D is fitting and proper to do so. Or they once belonged your biological father ways are. Giving there was a place for that. Right! Oh Yeah Oh, yeah! Look back and ground, so yeah, so that's a pretty quick issue. Because we got a backup story, I think all these Gordon's issues were covering the. The, main stories shorter than usual because we have the backup story. Sixty pages in the eighth minute backup. Yeah, all right so. All right before we get the race feedback. I have a couple of comments on this Because like I read this for the first time for this podcast, because like I, read some of the Guardians Issues, but I don't ever past like issue forty some maybe fifty so. Had We seen e on before this or the Yon- just like reappear here agree Ardian. So yeah. I don't think this is the first time he shows up and. Well Oilers? I think it's the first time at this character shows up. How about that that earth? Thing Zach yes? Yes, yes. Good. Yeah yeah, we'll. Keep that silent for raise sake banana. I love surfer with like the Latin phrase about style. He's wearing the Cape. Now I guess so. Wore the Toga whatever it is. Or style betrayed US okay because I'm like he has that silver skin. I mean nothing can really penetrated wisey weren't. Capable or that thing that whatever Toga whatever it is all of a sudden. Differentiate them visually from the silver surfer I. One quantum bands do that. Look now I am A. Superhero! More Moore's better. At CASS, Anyone else have any thoughts want get. Good series I mean it really was? I had been now. Go ahead I was just saying yeah. I enjoyed rediscovering this. Again a bunch in In the Benz I ended up getting the get the whole run to do a little bit searching for the end of the get kind of a lower print run. But. But. Yeah, at one of the few titles that I have all of them so. In Think moral release. The entire series is like four trades out. Right I want me. Let me, check on them I. Think I think I am. Last trade because of Yahoo. Think I have. A song. Prematurely released all the last trade finished it all so like thirteen issues with prayed right. Now who would be more than that would be? Fifteen with some leftover right. There's a couple annual that are. but yeah you guys. WanNa hear some feedback. You Bet to that. Ray. Knight Moonlight podcast like on his. Right. For Gottingen Galaxy, fifty, nine, a very different and tron issue to to read Yeah I I like to Jim Valentino guidelines,.

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"galaxy" Discussed on Your Space Journey

Your Space Journey

04:37 min | 2 years ago

"galaxy" Discussed on Your Space Journey

"Now we know that how many there are essentially a hundred billion galaxies in the present day universe we know that many many galaxies merge and over time into larger structures. We know the Milky Way is a barred spiral galaxy. The type that it is now which we didn't know until fairly recently all these many many. Many many aspects of galaxies. We really didn't know until just a few years ago. Reason Times so this book summarizes all that stuff and has an incredible amount of imagery photos from amateurs and Hubble Space Telescope in that professional observatories on the ground and lots of diagrams, too, and there's a lot to learn now about galaxies, not all hundred billion or covered in this book, but some fraction. GonNa. Be Amazing. I cannot wait to get my copy. I cannot wait and get out. May thirty first. What foot states you bet galaxies? What sort of draws you in and says these are just incredible. I've always loved them and now in a bit of a day and age. When you know video games and kids, you know the kind of electric excitement that we have with entertainment maybe doesn't lead you down this path, but I always loved you know seeing the real line photons knowing that light for me. andromeda galaxy that you're seeing in the IP's right now. This evening left that galaxy and has been traveling through space at the fastest speed there. There is for two and a half million years I mean to me that seeing the most extreme kind of nature there is, and we know that you can see off tens of billions of light years now that the universe has expanded over its thirteen point eight billion years. You can literally see all around the universe with a backyard telescope, and that to me is mind blowing. That's kind of what got me long ago and it still gets me. See I, love that and evening your book. You have a section on how of you? Galaxy Serie Telescope and love that, but it also like to hear I mean obviously we're approaching summer now. It's one of the best times of the year to see the Milky Way Galaxy. Not a folks out there. I was surprised. How many have not seen it?.

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"galaxy" Discussed on Space Nuts | Astronomy, Space and Science News

Space Nuts | Astronomy, Space and Science News

05:22 min | 2 years ago

"galaxy" Discussed on Space Nuts | Astronomy, Space and Science News

"In a more sedate region like the spiral arms, and so these astronomers have essentially. Looks at the motions of gas clouds within the bar of the of the galaxy, and realize that the charging around too quickly full a given gas cloud to sort of settle down and collapse under its own mass under its own weight and. Inform Stars. That's how still formation works you. Cloud gas pulls itself together under gravity, and as as collapses It's compressed. The gas is compressed. Temperature goes up. Eventually China phonetically approaches assisted to stop and you've got to stop. The gas clouds in the center of of the of Nj C., one, three, hundred plus many other spirals. That too busy whizzing past each other. gravitationally disturbing each other, so you don't get that nice calm, quiet, reflective, settling down of the gas cloud to to collapse under its own gravity and former style, which is very I think that's a really nice piece of work. and. Essentially, it's just too active. It's there's too much going. To settle down into the star formation formula. Exactly too much of a swirl of material, you know you've got a gas cloud that thinks oh I'll just start collapsing under gravity here. And another one wissies was his by, and basically gravitationally disturbs it, so the the grow passion of collapsed doesn't happen. There are there are lessons in this Andrew for galaxy because we do know even though we can't see it from the outside. The galaxy actually has a bar as well in the center. And it comes about because once again. It's velocities stars that we can measure. Towards the Galactic Center, this is work I've been involved with. With some of the of that, I've been mixed with is a real feature in our own galaxy. A Don't thank. You will be anything like as prominence one that you're looking at energy, C. Three hundred bought it is. Still probably about a third as long as as that bar so a more. Or less emphatic bar if I put it that way, but nevertheless budge galaxy. Fantastic, and it's this sort of. Reflect on the discussion. We were having last week about Hubbell's thirtieth birthday, and it just shows how important Hubble has been. Because as you say, we can, we cannot see al, galaxy from the outside, looking in so the only way we can really understand some of the things that are happening within Aaron Galaxy is to look at other galaxies similar and studied him through through the locks of Hobble, and then from day we can draw conclusions or at least theories about what's happening around us in local area. That's that's right. we, we, of course have tools that allow us to to to make measurements in our own galaxy. The for example as I said that the the idea that we have a bar in our own galaxy comes from the measurement of the positions and velocities of stars but. We, do techniques even though you know even though we. We. Kinda see visibly. Alexey looks like. By using radio waves, and of course, that's what radio astronomy is all about. We cannot We cannot penetrate the dust and an essentially See what the basically what the what the structure of the galaxies. That's how we know. A Galaxy S. fire alarms. Fair enough and then we get an artist's impression of the. 'cause we attack a photo of. Or awed. Ning space nuts episode two hundred. Now let's take a little break and find out more about.

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"galaxy" Discussed on Space Nuts

Space Nuts

15:59 min | 2 years ago

"galaxy" Discussed on Space Nuts

"The fifteen seconds guiding been journal Chan nine ignition sequence spence nuts. Three to one space feels good. Hello and welcome. And it's time facilitation because I go to step outside for a brief time the other day and it is episode. Two hundred of the space nuts podcast. Thank you for joining us. My Name is Andrew Dunkley your host and with me as always astronomer Fred Watson and great to have your company Fred. Congratulations two hundred episodes. Believe it what we're doing that special today. Nothing doing another one true true space nuts fashioned by just doing what we always do. We rising to the adequacy that we're we're renowned for. Do you think he gets as high as adequacy? I mean that's a very high bar going. Anyway hey you with everything all well thank you Andrew O. Going well here we look so. We're about to get some rain here in the city of Sydney. So be good because we always need to ray a of course. We're all indoors working for me stuff but it's going. It's going pretty well. I cannot believe how fortunate we are compared with the situation that some people find themselves in all day of Yup yeah. We're pretty lucky. We're in a fairly isolated part of Australia. So we don't have the number of people in the number of cases in the amount of traffic moving in and at some places have but saying the pictures of cities that have ground to a halt. Who's just stunning vision? usually got thousands of people in logjam traffic being just completely barren is blowing vision. Isn't it very strange for the environment? Oh well speaking of which is a story this week about the hole in the ozone layer having closed up completely in. Because we're not doing anything at the moment. There's no pollution now. It's natural phenomenon was caused by an active vortex and snap closed back up but it was the biggest haul they've ever recorded over the Arctic in the ozone layer apparently and It's closed up naturally. Which is great news today? Fred on episode. Two hundred knots podcast. Just in case you forgot what your relationship. We've got to look at a a filed galaxy. This is a galaxy that is having a bit of trouble breathing. Basically it's having problems producing stas so we'll talk about that and one of the K- situations facing the next mission Tamaz through The New Land Rover that they're putting down there and it's quest to look for ancient life is finding the right spot that is imperative and I think I've found it so when we land on Mars perseverance. My will go to this place. We're also look at a memo. That has been doing the rounds on Instagram Madonna. Vizor it but spotted at the other day and I just have to talk about it. It's a nineteen sixty six or memo depending on what side of the planet you from that was released by NASA and it's It's it it was designed to help them deal with the media. And it's a buzz would generate how. It's just brilliant and it's just a single shade of pipe but there are one thousand combinations of buzzwords With the formula that they've come up with an David for Montreal has asked us a question about the new she. An atmosphere Which Fred tells me? He's a little bit embarrassing. So we'RE GONNA WE'RE GONNA talk about all those things Fred on this edition of space. Not Now I will also mentioned. We're using a new toy today with never used this before. It's a brand new recording system that operates through a browser interface And should main better quality sound if we're doing it right and that that is the big question but dumb. Yeah we will carry on regardless Fred. Let's talk about this we'd Galaxy. That's having trouble breathing. This is N. J. C. Thirteen hundred. I'm guessing just off the top of my head. What's going on with it okay. It's having trouble breathing here and there but let me let me preface this little segment with the fact that galaxies come in all kinds of different models and different types and there are galaxies where the release no stuff emotion taking place that old galaxies and the reason why there's no star formation is because they've used up all the hydrogen gas That is the role material for making stars. Our own galaxy We conceive from view from the inside of the disc of our Milky Way Galaxy But we can see Stoffel nation taking place. Many places you've only to think of the pillars of creation famous image three towering dust clouds. That's one of the galactic regions where stuff relations taking place. But it's not the case with all galaxies now the one we're talking about G C thirteen hundred. I'm very glad you mentioned on because it's the perfect example of what's going on with this. It is a spiral galaxy which it means is similar in structure to our own. It's got a central nucleus and beautiful spiral arm suddenly will never see the spiral of our own galaxy from the outside too vague but we can see on the galaxies and the spiral arms of spiral. Galaxies we know a places where star formation is taking place. Because what we see As you know if you look at Galaxy and you're not looking at the individuals stuff in it you just looking at the whole the whole Galaxy. What you see is the spot. Alums of predominantly blue in color and that comes from hot young vigorous virile starts which are sort of live fast. Die Young that that very much stars bigger than the Selm they burn their Hodgin a phenomenal rate. The temperature is very high. And that's what makes and blue So that is very typical of what you get in an inactive star forming region. You get small as well Small Cooler styles. But they say it's a the the super giant stars that the blue ones that really show up the spiral arms of the Galaxy and anybody. Who's WHO's feels like actually bringing up a an image of NBC thirteen hundred. There's a beautiful. Hubble telescope pitches absolutely stunning. You can see that. The spiral arms have have lots of blue blobs in their pink blobs as well. Pinkus excited hydrogen which just like humans. Close Pink when he gets excited but for different reasons. You can see the pink blobs he can see the Blue Stars. That's all symptomatic of active staff will nation however this is a bit where this particular galaxy and it's by no means alone in this Andrew. The many galaxies of this class The place where it breaks down because N. G. C. Thirteen hundred is what is called. Abbad spiral galaxy. Be a double Ed It has not when you can lean against but a essentially a linear feature in center so if you imagine a sort of a bulge in the middle of the galaxy and then a Arms coming out either side of the bulge which is this bar light feature From the end of the bar. That's where the spiral arms join on in. So you say yes. I'm looking at that. Hubble Thaad now Dan fine photograph extraordinary photograph yet wonderful. So that's all good but what has always been a puzzle with bad spiral galaxies? Is that the bar. Itself is very rich in the raw material stars namely hydrogen. Their cloud defied Jn all over the place in the bar. But you can say just by looking at the bar is sort of almost. Orangish color is yellowish dates. Yeah rather than blue. And that tells you what you're seeing is predominantly old stars. You're not seeing these. You know vigorously Shining Blue Stars so even though you've got the room material to make you styles you're not seeing that you just saying a population of old styles which you come to ties elected. It's a galactic nursing however and indeed it is but it's a galactic nursing home surrounded by you know everything that you would need to to make a galactic nursery in that case what we're looking at is a covert nine ten galaxy because everyone's all people inside and the young people are outside looking through the windows able to do anything that's right. So what is the secret here her? I think we can. We can do all kinds of analogs yet. None of which really makes Lee Sense. But that's all right this since. When did we have maximum? Lots of two hundred after all. Who SAYS OKAY SO? This is what this research is about us. The back story and Hughes's that researchers excuse me base predominate? I think in the United States colleague institution in Washington. They have figured out. Is this conundrum of of no new styles filming in an environment that is rich in the raw material for new stars and it turns out that in the bar of a galaxy about spiral galaxy the the motions of objects within that are really quite high much higher than you would expect in a more sedate region like the the spiral arms and so these Astronomers have essentially looks to the motions of gas clouds within the bar of the of the galaxy and realize that that charging around too quickly for a given gas cloud to sort of settle down collapsed under its own mass under his own white and inform styles that tub stuff. Election Works Cloudy guests pulls itself together under its own gravity and as he as he collapses it's compressed gases compressed the temperature goes up eventually is high enough for nuclear processes to to stop. And you've got to stop on the gas cloud in the center of Of the bar of Nj c one three hundred plus many other spirals that that too busy whizzing past each other gravitationally disturbing each other. So you don't get that Nice. Calm quiet reflective settling down of the gas cloud to to collapse hundred zone gravity and former style which is very. I think. That's a really nice piece of work and has also essentially. It's just too active. It's too much going to settle down into the star formation formula exactly too much of a swirl of material you know you've Gotta. Guess Cloud that thinks Oh. I'll start collapsing under gravity here and another one. Wissies was his by and basically gravitationally disturbs it. So the the the growing session of collapsed doesn't happen. There are lessons in this Andrew for our own galaxy because we do know even though we can't see from the outside we do know the galaxy actually has a bar as well in the center and it comes about because once again it's the velocities of stars that we can measure towards the Galactic Center. This is what the I've been involved with With some of the Staff Survey said that I've been mixed up with a so. The is a real featuring our own galaxy. I don't think it will be anything like as prominent as the one that you're looking at energy. C One three hundred but it is still probably about a third is as long as that. Bah so a more Less emphatic bar. If I put that but barred spiral galaxy fantastic and this sort of reflect on the discussion. We were having last week about Hubbell's thirtieth birthday and it just shows how important Hubble has been because as you say we can. We cannot see Al Galaxy from the outside looking in so the only way we can really understand. Some of the things that are happening within our own galaxy is to look at other galaxies at a similar and studied him through through the locks of hobble and then from there we can draw conclusions or at least theories about what's happening around us in local area. That's that's right. We of course have tools that allow us to to to make measurements in our own galaxy that for example as I said the idea that we have a bar in our own galaxy comes from the measurement of the positions velocities of Stars. But we do have techniques even though you know even though we we kinda see visibly our galaxy looks like by using radio waves and of course. That's what radio stolen these all about. We cannot repent. We cannot penetrate the dust and an essentially a C. What the basically what the what the structure of the galaxies. That's how we know. A Galaxy has fire alarms fair enough and then we get an impression of Indie because we take a photo of it or you're listening to space and that's episode two hundred now. Let's take a little break and find out more about our sponsor express. Vpn writer number.

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"galaxy" Discussed on Space Nuts | Astronomy, Space and Science News

Space Nuts | Astronomy, Space and Science News

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"galaxy" Discussed on Space Nuts | Astronomy, Space and Science News

"Spates nuts podcast just in case you forgot what relationship we've got to look at a a filed. Galaxy is a galaxy that. Is having a bit of trouble braiding bicycle, it It's having problems producing stars, so we'll talk about that. And one of the key. Situations facing the next mission Tamaz with the the new Land Rover that they're putting down there, and it's quest to look for. Life is finding the right spot. That is imperative and I think I've found it. So, when we land on Mars perseverance, my well go to this place. We're also looking to look at a May Meyer. That has been doing the rounds on Instagram Madonna few sore it, but I spotted at the other day and I just have to talk about it. It's a nineteen sixty six Or memo depending on what side of the planet you from that was released by NASA. And it's It's it. It was designed to help them deal with the media, and it's a buzz would generate. It's just brilliant. And it it's just single shade of pipe, but there are one thousand combinations of buzzwords. With the formula that they've come up with and David from Montreal has asked us a question about Vanu Sheehan atmosphere. which Fred tells me a little bit embarrassing, so we're GONNA. We're GONNA talk about all those things Fred on this edition of space nuts. I will also mention. We're using a new toy today. I would never use this before it's a brand new recording system that operates through a browser interface. And it should mean better quality sound if we're doing it right. And that? That is the big question, but yeah, we will carry on regardless. Fred. Let's talk about this We'd Galaxy. That's having trouble breathing. This. Is J. Thirteen hundred I'm guessing. Just off the top of my head. What's going on with? Okay it! It is having trouble breathing here and there. But what? Let me. Let me preface this this little segment with a the fact that galaxies do all kinds of different models in different types under galaxies where there really is no stuff, mentioned taking place old galaxies, a on the reason why there's no formation is because they've used up all the hydrogen guests That is the role material for making sons. our own galaxy We can see from a view from the inside of the disc of our milky. Way Galaxy but we can see a staff omission taking place there in many places even think of the pillars of creation that famous. Image is three towering clouds. That's one of the galactic regions West stuff emotions taking place, but it's not the case with all galaxies now the one talking about. Thirteen hundred. I'm very glad you mentioned. That won't be the perfect. Of what's going on with this? It is a spiral galaxy. Which eight means is similar in structure to our own. It's got a central nucleus. And beautiful spiral arms suddenly we'll never see spar labs of our own galaxy from the outside Chris to bake, but we can see the galaxies. and. The spiral arms of spiral galaxies. We know a places where star formation is taking place because what we see. As you know if you look at a galaxy and you're not looking at the individuals stuff in it, you just looking at the whole the whole galaxy. What you see is the spot allows of predominantly blue in color, and that comes from hot, young vigorous virile starts which are..

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"galaxy" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

10:14 min | 2 years ago

"galaxy" Discussed on ESPN FC

"We are back. Is it still too late to say happy new year. I don't know what Thailand is kosher. What's not it's January? I think it's cool. I think early January. It's the beginning of Fowler Pastor. Astor January okay well for me. It's still early Walsh. Running to everybody. I haven't set it to happen to your to you new year for a lot of our fans new year for for well actually. It's a New Year for all of our fans. No no no no terms of new things in the New Year. Okay yes you're right. You're right Planning to discuss about this podcast. Few other projects won't but we'll leave that for the end. let's start right into why we're here. Why we felt called to defy this up again in the year? Two Thousand and twenty. Yes as I mentioned where it. MLS media days and there is big news afoot but not completed yet. Of course if you're listening to this podcast you know. She said he thought anonymous has long been and linked to major league soccer and now finally it looks almost as if he will soon be a member of the L. A. Galaxy. But her right at this moment it is Thursday January sixteenth at two. Oh six in the afternoon Pacific Time civic as of right now no deal done yet. Correct no deal done yet. A few reports parts that The galaxy fears that. I may not get done. Those just came out literally today the last few hours in the last few hours our colleague Jeff Carlisle Said said. There are few bumps in the road. I can't confirm independently There may be a few bumps in the road. I know that the galaxy were set to announce she jedi on this this. It's morning here. We are at two o'clock Pacific Time no announcements what the holdup could be. We don't know what I do. Know as Guiliani said tradition can leave if he gets his striker Looked John is number one and number two that they're straggler coming in would bump eighty three. He's looking for that number to strike. He got US striker. Twenty two hours ago which auto cleared the way potato yet. No deal has been announced. Leads me to believe the hangup is entre. Jetty decided really of. It's SOGETI. Decide that would worry me from an MLS slash pursue. This is why the report of being worried now. There are a lot of reports arts on the salary that he will command. I can confirm from speaking to multiple sources that he won't make more than Sultani Brahim. Mitch or at least last report lasted told me he will not make more than slashing Don was at seven point two last year. Yeah if that's the case to me he's grossly underpaid and he's grossly underpaid and and I could accept salary wise upfront. What goes on the books? Well then the back gained. When we're talking about merchandising were talking about Things like that or we're talking about the La Galaxy Galaxy. David Beckham owns a team. Slot owns a team. That's how you get these. That's not going to happen. But but the galaxy have found ways to get crank slice so representatives Jersey sales percentage. I think that you hang up. Yeah that makes all the sense in the world when you talk about a player of the off-field ilk of Cheech Jonathan. I would imagine that when you do. These big deals those Like image rights things marketing type. Those are all the. Hey Jamie die would play for free. Just give me my image rates right right for him. He's probably one of the guys in the world that that might take that deal. But yeah it's It'd be nice closed. So let's move forward with this podcast under the assumption that this deal will at some point gain over the line. Because I think that's really more where we can attack this from those those interested in the Mexican national team perspective but she is the biggest star from L. three to come potentially major league soccer At least in the modern era correct but he is not the first and so I think what it was I kind of consider him in a different Arab. MLS But yeah in my modern okay. More Carlos modern airman when I look at those players and I think this is probably a key concern. If you're a fan of the Mexican national team I don't see a lot of evidence that coming to major league. Soccer has helped me be more effective players and contributors to the Mexican national team. Well well that's because Carlos Miller refuses to play with Mexico national that's one example there are others easily see how. MLS has done wonders for Carlos Vela and his market value. No no no. I'm not I'm not talking about it from that perspective. Because that's not what the people listening to this podcast. They don't care about Carla Mark Labor Day care about Carlos Vela with the Mexican national eighteen. Let's say because of everything that's been going on because of him doing so well in l.. AFC because of the interest from teams like Boston. Lana all of a sudden carols. Two New Year's out yesterday he seems to be under the assumption. The workshops three years out he being seen be way too old. I'm like dude. You're two years three years at your two years out another year here at the same level Carlos might get the itch like. Wow maybe I can make it done battle. Think so I think yes I think audibility yes of course of course of course all right whether whether both sides will eventually agree to that. That's to me who need not savell for the Mexican national team and national clearly. I mean the national team for on Field Needs Vela there. Okay Yeah I think if you take away Velez national team resume. Okay then Bella needs the national team is what makes Vela worth six point three million dollars. L. AFC well. Yeah but you can't take that away no of course not okay. But but I'm saying so he has has needed it in the past. And we've we've this ground that you and I have already quite covered but the point is as as fans of the Mexican national team. You look at this move and I. I think this is a lot of the response that we've seen out of Mexico. We saw very similar. I think so. I know where you're going this but you really think yes. evy Shuki Lozano. I would say you've got a great point but it's it's tremendous thirty one years old play didn't play a West Ham. Who didn't play? It wasn't getting minutes. I think this move is long overdue in the majority of fans for the majority of fans would say so but not from a net not from a keeping yourself at the highest level for the national team perspective. You really think I'm going to MOLEST GONNA keep the national team or his off. Field issues with the national team will keep him from the national. MLS will keep him off the national debt. What I am saying is that I I do believe that coming to? MLS will affect his level in a negative way and will hurt the Mexican national. It didn't affect Carl Bellas level. He's not on the national team team. At any moment he could be on the national team incorrect. She does not on the national team. So what's your arguments. Carlos Vela debuted with L.. AFC and March of two thousand eighteen three months later. He played his last game in a national team. During the soccer lost lost the desire to play for the national team. Now play for the national play. Come on you're you're you're tournaments usually select tournaments to say desire to play for the national what he had in two thousand eighteen. He'll loss you WANNA YOU WANNA see desire memo that's desire that's desire to play on the national team desire not to go. I don't even know if he had a realistic market and mls but that's desire to go back to Mexico to play in a big club in Mexico that is desire above all else anybody else I don't WanNa hear about and if we're talking about your Jedi specifically quickly with the national team caveats this you've got to be realistic about where he is with the national team or should I say where he isn't and and a lot of this goes into lions comments. Miguel comments about being stabbed in the back with the national team there play. There's a player or players that stabbed optum in the back with the national. She said he just in the same boat as soon they feel betrayed. I can tell you this since they tried to collectively bargain these bonuses this bonus structure since that moment where they said. We're not being fairly treated. We say that you're talking about a senior group of Mexican Astros within the team. Correct that they've backstabbed him or that you're saying asked for the rest of yes thank you. There's a select group that asked for these better working conditions. which is something we talked about on this podcast like two years ago deserve? You're the one who's Tana. Hey by the way you get what when you go for the fifteen k more. Oh yes exactly. A lot got more and since that moments hasn't been frozen not on the national team senior guys lions play a role WHO has faded out of this? That didn't play a role. You let me go back to play a role I think it's impossible though so to ignore the cases of Carlos Fella and even Giovanni the Santos in terms of what the pull of MLS does to players for lack of an English word like Randy Mentor or output output. I think yes national team like I see. Giovanni though Santos have an amazing world amazing strong very very good World Cup in two thousand fourteen come to the galley stroke up strong World Cup. Come to the. La Galaxy in two thousand fifteen and now finds himself so far outside outside of the national team picture. Even say he's in. The periphery probably would be generous or would the addition still yeah. Carlos Villa comes within in three months in his prime in the prime of his career. He's retired himself from the national team. I just gave you two great players in the attacking edge of the field held the same generation of who came to major league soccer and even beyond that more specifically came to Los Angeles and lost either the ability in the case Jason Giovanni though Santos or the desire in the case of Carlos de la to play for the national team how can you promise me if I'm a fan of the night I can't promise you can't promise you and because this football you doesn't work on promises but you know what they promise a team score bunch of goals and it didn't happen but they still paid me the this is soccer which teams. Hey this is what happened. For example name team Doina went. There is a big player..

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"galaxy" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

10:14 min | 2 years ago

"galaxy" Discussed on ESPN FC

"We are back. Is it still too late to say happy new year. I don't know what Thailand is kosher. What's not it's January? I think it's cool. I think early January. It's the beginning of Fowler Pastor. Astor January okay well for me. It's still early Walsh. Running to everybody. I haven't set it to happen to your to you new year for a lot of our fans new year for for well actually. It's a New Year for all of our fans. No no no no terms of new things in the New Year. Okay yes you're right. You're right Planning to discuss about this podcast. Few other projects won't but we'll leave that for the end. let's start right into why we're here. Why we felt called to defy this up again in the year? Two Thousand and twenty. Yes as I mentioned where it. MLS media days and there is big news afoot but not completed yet. Of course if you're listening to this podcast you know. She said he thought anonymous has long been and linked to major league soccer and now finally it looks almost as if he will soon be a member of the L. A. Galaxy. But her right at this moment it is Thursday January sixteenth at two. Oh six in the afternoon Pacific Time civic as of right now no deal done yet. Correct no deal done yet. A few reports parts that The galaxy fears that. I may not get done. Those just came out literally today the last few hours in the last few hours our colleague Jeff Carlisle Said said. There are few bumps in the road. I can't confirm independently There may be a few bumps in the road. I know that the galaxy were set to announce she jedi on this this. It's morning here. We are at two o'clock Pacific Time no announcements what the holdup could be. We don't know what I do. Know as Guiliani said tradition can leave if he gets his striker Looked John is number one and number two that they're straggler coming in would bump eighty three. He's looking for that number to strike. He got US striker. Twenty two hours ago which auto cleared the way potato yet. No deal has been announced. Leads me to believe the hangup is entre. Jetty decided really of. It's SOGETI. Decide that would worry me from an MLS slash pursue. This is why the report of being worried now. There are a lot of reports arts on the salary that he will command. I can confirm from speaking to multiple sources that he won't make more than Sultani Brahim. Mitch or at least last report lasted told me he will not make more than slashing Don was at seven point two last year. Yeah if that's the case to me he's grossly underpaid and he's grossly underpaid and and I could accept salary wise upfront. What goes on the books? Well then the back gained. When we're talking about merchandising were talking about Things like that or we're talking about the La Galaxy Galaxy. David Beckham owns a team. Slot owns a team. That's how you get these. That's not going to happen. But but the galaxy have found ways to get crank slice so representatives Jersey sales percentage. I think that you hang up. Yeah that makes all the sense in the world when you talk about a player of the off-field ilk of Cheech Jonathan. I would imagine that when you do. These big deals those Like image rights things marketing type. Those are all the. Hey Jamie die would play for free. Just give me my image rates right right for him. He's probably one of the guys in the world that that might take that deal. But yeah it's It'd be nice closed. So let's move forward with this podcast under the assumption that this deal will at some point gain over the line. Because I think that's really more where we can attack this from those those interested in the Mexican national team perspective but she is the biggest star from L. three to come potentially major league soccer At least in the modern era correct but he is not the first and so I think what it was I kind of consider him in a different Arab. MLS But yeah in my modern okay. More Carlos modern airman when I look at those players and I think this is probably a key concern. If you're a fan of the Mexican national team I don't see a lot of evidence that coming to major league. Soccer has helped me be more effective players and contributors to the Mexican national team. Well well that's because Carlos Miller refuses to play with Mexico national that's one example there are others easily see how. MLS has done wonders for Carlos Vela and his market value. No no no. I'm not I'm not talking about it from that perspective. Because that's not what the people listening to this podcast. They don't care about Carla Mark Labor Day care about Carlos Vela with the Mexican national eighteen. Let's say because of everything that's been going on because of him doing so well in l.. AFC because of the interest from teams like Boston. Lana all of a sudden carols. Two New Year's out yesterday he seems to be under the assumption. The workshops three years out he being seen be way too old. I'm like dude. You're two years three years at your two years out another year here at the same level Carlos might get the itch like. Wow maybe I can make it done battle. Think so I think yes I think audibility yes of course of course of course all right whether whether both sides will eventually agree to that. That's to me who need not savell for the Mexican national team and national clearly. I mean the national team for on Field Needs Vela there. Okay Yeah I think if you take away Velez national team resume. Okay then Bella needs the national team is what makes Vela worth six point three million dollars. L. AFC well. Yeah but you can't take that away no of course not okay. But but I'm saying so he has has needed it in the past. And we've we've this ground that you and I have already quite covered but the point is as as fans of the Mexican national team. You look at this move and I. I think this is a lot of the response that we've seen out of Mexico. We saw very similar. I think so. I know where you're going this but you really think yes. evy Shuki Lozano. I would say you've got a great point but it's it's tremendous thirty one years old play didn't play a West Ham. Who didn't play? It wasn't getting minutes. I think this move is long overdue in the majority of fans for the majority of fans would say so but not from a net not from a keeping yourself at the highest level for the national team perspective. You really think I'm going to MOLEST GONNA keep the national team or his off. Field issues with the national team will keep him from the national. MLS will keep him off the national debt. What I am saying is that I I do believe that coming to? MLS will affect his level in a negative way and will hurt the Mexican national. It didn't affect Carl Bellas level. He's not on the national team team. At any moment he could be on the national team incorrect. She does not on the national team. So what's your arguments. Carlos Vela debuted with L.. AFC and March of two thousand eighteen three months later. He played his last game in a national team. During the soccer lost lost the desire to play for the national team. Now play for the national play. Come on you're you're you're tournaments usually select tournaments to say desire to play for the national what he had in two thousand eighteen. He'll loss you WANNA YOU WANNA see desire memo that's desire that's desire to play on the national team desire not to go. I don't even know if he had a realistic market and mls but that's desire to go back to Mexico to play in a big club in Mexico that is desire above all else anybody else I don't WanNa hear about and if we're talking about your Jedi specifically quickly with the national team caveats this you've got to be realistic about where he is with the national team or should I say where he isn't and and a lot of this goes into lions comments. Miguel comments about being stabbed in the back with the national team there play. There's a player or players that stabbed optum in the back with the national. She said he just in the same boat as soon they feel betrayed. I can tell you this since they tried to collectively bargain these bonuses this bonus structure since that moment where they said. We're not being fairly treated. We say that you're talking about a senior group of Mexican Astros within the team. Correct that they've backstabbed him or that you're saying asked for the rest of yes thank you. There's a select group that asked for these better working conditions. which is something we talked about on this podcast like two years ago deserve? You're the one who's Tana. Hey by the way you get what when you go for the fifteen k more. Oh yes exactly. A lot got more and since that moments hasn't been frozen not on the national team senior guys lions play a role WHO has faded out of this? That didn't play a role. You let me go back to play a role I think it's impossible though so to ignore the cases of Carlos Fella and even Giovanni the Santos in terms of what the pull of MLS does to players for lack of an English word like Randy Mentor or output output. I think yes national team like I see. Giovanni though Santos have an amazing world amazing strong very very good World Cup in two thousand fourteen come to the galley stroke up strong World Cup. Come to the. La Galaxy in two thousand fifteen and now finds himself so far outside outside of the national team picture. Even say he's in. The periphery probably would be generous or would the addition still yeah. Carlos Villa comes within in three months in his prime in the prime of his career. He's retired himself from the national team. I just gave you two great players in the attacking edge of the field held the same generation of who came to major league soccer and even beyond that more specifically came to Los Angeles and lost either the ability in the case Jason Giovanni though Santos or the desire in the case of Carlos de la to play for the national team how can you promise me if I'm a fan of the night I can't promise you can't promise you and because this football you doesn't work on promises but you know what they promise a team score bunch of goals and it didn't happen but they still paid me the this is soccer which teams. Hey this is what happened. For example name team Doina went. There is a big player..

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"galaxy" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

14:00 min | 3 years ago

"galaxy" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

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"galaxy" Discussed on Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe

Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe

03:46 min | 3 years ago

"galaxy" Discussed on Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe

"And so the numbers pretty quickly blow your head up before you can understand them. But the the point I wanted to make was that we didn't realize they were galaxies until recently. And now, we're realizing that galaxies are in motion relative to each other. And they're moving these galaxies that we see out there in the sky. They're not just like hanging there in space never to change. Right. They're moving their dynamic things and they're constantly in motion, and they have huge gravitational attraction. Well, let's bring it down. What exactly is a galaxy? I mean, I know it's like khanate like collection stars. But you know, what why do stars clump together like that first of all, and what makes galaxy special like wise, it more than just a clump of stars will what makes our galaxy specialists that you're. In jordan. No other features such a good looking funny. Cartoonists me and lentils we make making habitable, right? Okay. So what's the recipe for a galaxy? Right. Well, the thing that the galaxies have the most of remember is dark matter in general is about five times as much dark matter is there is any other kind of mattering the stuff that makes gas in Dustin stars and people in cartoonists and an ice cream. So it's mostly dark matter Steph. We can't see or touch. I mean, we did a whole podcast visit on dark matter. But it just in case somebody listen to it. It's like this weird invisible dark gravity thing. That's hanging out every galaxy has that's right. Yeah. We call it dark and matter because we can't see it. So it's dark, and we know it gives gravity. So therefore, it's matter and the crazy things that until you know, a few decades ago, we didn't even know it existed. And now, we know that galaxies are mostly made up of. This stuff. Right. So number one ingredient when you wanna make a galaxy. Is you have to have dark matter. It takes five times more than the stars. Right. Yeah. Thank you. Galaxy is basically clump of dark matter with a few sprinkles of stars in it. That's right. Yeah. If galaxy was a cupcake right in the dark matter would be the chocolate cake, and you know, the everything else would be the frosting sprinkles the gas into dust would be the frosting. The stars would be the sprinkled on top. Oh, I see. Okay. That's kind of the right proportions. Yeah. Something like that. So you start with the big blob of dark matter, and that's most of it. And then after that, you have huge amounts of gas and dust, right? And that's the stuff that's left over from the big bang Orlando from stars exploding. And those the ingredients you need to make planets and stars and all sorts of stuff that you for million with right. And so you have dark matter you have gas. You have dust you have planets and stars and black holes. Right. Like there's little black hole sprinkled throughout throughout probably. But there's a huge giant black hole at dissenter of every galaxy. That's right. I can't believe I forgot the black hole. The black hole at the center of almost every galaxy is huge. It's like, you know, millions of solar masses. And it's sitting there at the center of the black hole. And it's it's got a lot of stuff to it. Also. Right cares. A lot of mass and so contributes, so that's what a galaxy is. And okay galaxy couldn't really form without all those elements like you couldn't really have a galaxy without dark matter. Dark matter provides the gravitational traction to suck all this stuff together. You know, they do these simulations of the universe this. What would the universe? Look like if you never had dark matter in it. And it would take a lot longer for galaxies to form because dark matter has pulled all this stuff together. It's like it's made a, you know, a well in the rubber sheet of the universe of everything rules together more closely. Okay. So that's that's a galaxy to black hole surrounded by dark matter and sprinkles of stars and gas and dust and lentils. Intels exactly. And they're not just hanging out in space..

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