19 Burst results for "Gene Cernan"

"gene cernan" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

05:44 min | 2 years ago

"gene cernan" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"I I did in the coming year the only thing I it's just it's it's a place I don't plan on going we don't tell me that why don't they get older astronauts yeah to go to space what award one of the Apollo astronauts who went to the moon said that yeah I talked to when gene Cernan died I had him on because I had met gene Cernan and interviewed him that I had gene Cernan business card in my in my wallet for years as always I'm cool well he gave me his cell number sure you know we said if you ever use it again and I'm there all the time but I never call of course but anyway but I Wharton said did talk about sending people to Mars I said would you yeah who would they send ME do would you want to go to Mars in your Hey they said I go now he said they should send old people because you're just gonna have to sit there looking at the TV screen for months I know that now what was that movie some khao space cowboys yeah wow do that was the one that has a higher you that was one bad movie let's get all the biggest oldest actors yeah and let's make a bad movie to gay and not only that but there's a scene in that movie where you get to see all four of them lined up next to each other naked what a blessing yeah I got to tell you something if if maybe hit the gym the next day I bet yeah all right training topic number one eighty I hate this seems like we skipped the training top within that was numbered no no you're right I know honey on top of things I can count training topics number tree topping number two due to the escalating trade war China is suspending buying a US agricultural products yeah that means things that farmers grow that's correct yeah a spokesman for the Chinese ministry of commerce says it's because of Washington's plan to impose new ten percent tariffs on three hundred billion dollars worth of Chinese goods on September first which is right before I leave to go air forcing well if they stop using slave labor and stop stealing all our technology would be nicer to he also noted that they are not ruling out terror of son recently purchased crops are not ruling that out or any and all you thought about it but they're not they're not I was I was hoping that rule that out by now for those who don't know try it China is one of the largest buyers of US AG products how do you think this will impact our farmers I know you don't care as much about farmers you think they should suck it up what trump I hoses these terrorists I don't remember thinking that but all right nobody supports America's farmers more than nine I it was true you're always at the top of their list I know that for a fact what products could be hardest hit Ernie sorry but still at the cash crop let's go with the soy beans and the corn yeah all right then cranberry yeah I think that tell you ever seen okay so once again somebody much smarter than you and I created some machine that has been improved on in two hundred years yeah that separates by the good cranberries from the bad all right I've seen it work it literally looks like something made of wood from the eighteen hundred okay and we haven't been able to approve it well what that guy should win a post what is opposed to miss my sailor lost too much posthumous thank you Nobel Prize yeah all right well will work I don't know why I said once again I support America's farms you're getting all worked up about a guy's been dead two hundred years it's something that you can improve on it's that good look I think I'd look if I could get a medal of freedom the guy invented toilet paper I would but I don't know who it is I don't care anymore we should care do you see the Sherman came out with its one month role it's been all over Facebook the one monthly is humongous and if you buy a how but I could remastered I'll give you a stand for it clearly hits the when you have your own just give me a bag of prunes I could go through that sucker in a week a full month okay it is China it is comically bag okay all right Trey topic number one and this is what I was getting that I don't like I hate this strange habit number one our last two days because to it it's it's a Downer former vice president Joe Biden is calling for a ban on assault weapons and a federal gun buy back program in response to the of course mass shootings this weekend Biden told CNN's of former host of the mall Anderson Cooper that assault weapon should be illegal period adding quote the second amendment doesn't say you can't restrict the kinds of weapons people can out by and also called for universal background checks and said he would establish a federal gun buy back program aimed at reducing the number of firearms on the streets none of the none of those things I mean all these things are debatable and discuss the ball and I'm certainly wide open to do so but none of those things would have stopped any of the shootings at the problem I mean look at it let me let me catch it let me explain this I'm explain away the vice president in to anybody else who is out there thinking we gotta get these we gotta get these weapons number one I'll tell you what you go knock on the guy's door with the HK forty seven asking for it back and see what kind of response you get secondly there enough for these weapons that are out there right we have three million guns in this country that the toothpaste is out of the tube so this idea somehow that you're gonna get all guns off the street you're wasting your time with that so why don't we instead work on some day a workable solution that might actually I don't know have an impact but we don't seem to want to do that we want to window dress and I I don't I don't get it if you only care about people more you'd understand yeah that's right that's what it is it's just a lack of lack of zero their Sierra that's it okay is it trending topic this training topics coming up if you were a cable person if you get cable in your house you're becoming one of the few the proud the marines because lots of people are cutting the cord we're gonna talk about why next bill Jackson secular traffic.

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"gene cernan" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"gene cernan" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Get one on one interviews was not to pre book people because I never lie about what I'm doing so I want to tell people are making a film called did because in so I would just flying in cold going to a hotel room with my list of numbers in it was amazing that I would say I could be there in thirty minutes gene Cernan right away and then I started hanging out at the outpost are you for movie outpost bar is that the one that's featured in the death that's not the one featured in the right stuff it may be at the bar across from Johnson Space Center the astronauts used to hang in there pictures of all the astronauts on the walls and it's like there by accident I bumped into John the well and who was a space navigator and his job was to be had to bring people back at any point and you know though you know I did a lot of social engineering at bars near space stations you know it was but in the end things just started evolving I think if people look at the film and by the way I am not selling anything the and the film is free on YouTube you have links there's no T. shirts no commemorative no gold plated out today with products to buy it's insane isn't it yeah well yeah that's easy to link up to just go to coast to coast AM dot com and if you scroll down for tonight's guest you'll see the link there for for air and rain and so that but what's interesting is you already talked but I I think of I think many of us most adults knew that there were you know not see rocket scientists that were involved in there's been lots of documentaries about how Werner von Braun for example was presented as the good **** you know somebody who was not into the all the blood and stuff but he had to be a **** in order to to be in charge of the rocket program and so we had to snag him and then that's not that wasn't the does that wasn't that's not new what's new I think and what I even there was an article today in The Daily Mail about it was that it wasn't just him and the handsome you know ten to sort of refined looking leader from that from the program it's the other guys who was names we don't know well who were not just do not just accidental **** they were fully committed at a time even before the rocket program started yeah they were responsible for you know yes.

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"gene cernan" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"gene cernan" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Space the nation's big winds engines on for a while people keep going to the moon this is a this is next slide is that and then we'll be working and much more hazardous area which I lost occupational hazard got on this mission astronauts Walter Schirra talking about one of the missions in nineteen seventy one the same light they're finding larger changes in the geology of the moon Purdue grad gene Cernan would be the last man on the moon December seventh nineteen seventy one the space race the end of the day of the yesterday after robbing them on the none of the Russian mission to the moon we're espectacular as what NASA accomplished none of the cosmonauts as celebrated as the American Astronomische eight seven six five four we've gone we have the station's soon became the focus of the space program David wolf was the first person to bridge the gap and become the first American astronaut and Russian cosmonaut Russians the space station while the Americans and focused the space shuttle and we're going to the murder and he's turned out to be very complimentary as we operate as we use the space shuttle to build the international space station mad mad hatter continuous human presence since the since two thousand most people don't realize we have in space January has been one of those astronauts leading the space walk mission that built the international space station he is now a member of the faculty of Purdue and continues to research base and medicine thanks to the work of that Apollo eleven crew and wolf is hoping to teach the next group of astronauts the group that may get back to the moon and Mars yeah.

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"gene cernan" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"gene cernan" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"The nation's big lines engines on my for awhile people keep going to the moon this is a this is next slide is that and then we'll be working and the much more hazardous area which I lost occupational hazard got on this mission astronauts Walter Schirra talking about one of the missions in nineteen seventy one the same right they're finding larger changes in the geology of the moon Purdue grad gene Cernan would be the last man on the moon December seventh nineteen seventy one the space race I believe the end of the day of the yesterday after opening them on but the two time none of the Russian mission to the moon we're espectacular as what NASA accomplished none of the cosmonaut which is celebrated as the American astronaut six five four we've gone the space shuttle soon became the focus of the space program David wolf was the first person to bridge the gap and become the first American astronaut and Russian cosmonaut Russians the space station while the Americans focused shop and we're going to the murder and leaves turned out to be very complimentary as we operate as we use the space shuttle to build the international space station that has had a continuous human presence since the since two thousand most people don't realize we have in space continuous has been one of those astronauts leading the space walk mission that built the international space station he is now a member of the faculty of Purdue and continues to research base and medicine thanks to the work of that Apollo eleven crew and wolf is hoping to teach the next group of astronauts the group that may get back to the moon and Mars yeah.

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Secrets of Apollo 10

Innovation Now

01:30 min | 2 years ago

Secrets of Apollo 10

"NASA has shared a proud association with the late Charles M. Scholtz and his American icon snoopy since the Apollo missions began this is innovation now bringing you stories behind the ideas that shave our future in the nineteen sixties Charles Schultz created comic strips depicting snoopy on the moon capturing public excitement about America's achievements in space in May nineteen sixty-nine the Apollo ten mission required the lunar module to Skim the Moon's surface to within fifty thousand feet and snoop around scouting the Apollo eleven landing site so the crew named the lunar module snoopy and there was no better name for the command module then Charlie Brown snoopy's loyal owner now is NASA celebrates the fiftieth anniversary of the historic Apollo Missions Snoopy and the beloved peanuts characters are once again joining NASA Nisa for some space aged programming peanuts and space secrets of Apollo ten a short documentary of sorts features Ron Howard Jeff Golden and two of the Apollo astronauts. Tom Stafford Gene Cernan in a lighthearted.

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"gene cernan" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"gene cernan" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Space the nation's big winds engines on for a while people keep going to the moon this is a this is next slide is that and then we'll be working and much more hazardous area which I lost occupational hazard got on this mission astronauts Walter Schirra talking about one of the missions in nineteen seventy one in the same light their findings larger changes in the geology of the moon Purdue grad gene Cernan would be the last man on the moon December seventh nineteen seventy one the space race the end of the day of the yesterday after opening them on the two time none of the Russian mission to the moon we're espectacular as what NASA accomplished none of the cosmonauts as celebrated as the American astronaut much six five four we've gone stations soon became the focus of the space program David wolf was the first person to bridge the gap and become the first American astronaut and Russian cosmonaut Russians the space station while the Americans focused shop the murder and leaves turned out to be very complimentary as we operate as we use the space shuttle to build the international space station that has had a continuous human presence since the since two thousand most people don't realize we have in space has been one of those astronauts leading the space walk mission that built the international space station is now a member of the faculty of Purdue and continues to research base and medicine thanks to the work of that Apollo eleven crew and wolf is helping teach the next group of astronauts the group that may get back to the moon and Mars yeah well you know.

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"gene cernan" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"gene cernan" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"In space the nation's big winds engines on for awhile people keep going to the moon this is a this is next slide is that and then we'll be working and much more hazardous area which I'm not sure occupational hazard got on this mission astronauts Walter Schirra talking about one of the missions in nineteen seventy one in the same light their findings larger changes in the geology of the moon Purdue grad gene Cernan would be the last man on the moon December seventh nineteen seventy one the space race the end of the day yesterday after or bring them on the two time none of the Russian mission to the moon we're espectacular as what NASA accomplished none of the cosmonauts as celebrated as the American Astronomische five four we've gone we have the station's soon became the focus of the space program David wolf was the first person to bridge the gap and become the first American astronaut and Russian cosmonaut Russians they while the Americans and bogus a shop and we're going to the murder and he's turned out to be very complimentary as we operate as we use the space shuttle to build the international space station mad mad hatter continuous human presence since the since two thousand most people don't realize we have in some way continuous has been one of those astronauts leading the space walk mission that built the international space station he is now a member of the faculty of Purdue and continues to research base and medicine thanks to the work of that Apollo eleven crew and wolf is hoping to teach the next group of astronauts the group that may get back to the moon and Mars.

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Snoopy in Space

Innovation Now

01:30 min | 2 years ago

Snoopy in Space

"Nasa has shared a proud association with the late Charles M Scholtz, and his American icon, Snoopy since the Apollo missions began shoes innovation now bringing you stories behind the ideas, that shave our future in the nineteen sixties Charles Schultz, created comic strips depicting Snoopy, on the moon capturing public excitement about America's achievements in space in may nineteen sixty nine the Apollo, ten mission required the lunar module to skim the moon surface to within fifty thousand feet and snoop around scouting, the Apollo eleven landing site. So the crew named the lunar module Snoopy, and there was no better name for the command module. Then Charlie Brown Snoopy's loyal owner. Now is NASA celebrates the fiftieth anniversary of the historic, Apollo missions, Snoopy, and the beloved peanuts characters are once again joining me. Data for some space aged programming peanuts and space secrets of Apollo ten a short documentary of sorts features Ron Howard, Jeff golden and two of the Apollo ten astronauts. Tom Stafford in gene Cernan in a light hearted. Look at arm missions to the moon or innovation now, I'm Jennifer Kolar innovation now is produced by the National Institute of aerospace through collaboration with NASA and is distributed by w. HR V.

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"gene cernan" Discussed on Quirks and Quarks

Quirks and Quarks

04:18 min | 2 years ago

"gene cernan" Discussed on Quirks and Quarks

"Crews there were thomas stafford john young new gene cernan and they were all veterans of the gemini program which preceded the polo so what were the rules and a call to tell stafford was commander on this flight so he was the one kind of calling all the shots gene cernan was the lunar module pilot suit with tom stafford and jeans earning who actually went down close to the surface and that left john young at the command module so pilot which meant that he was the first person in history to orbit the moon alone in the command module which meant you know for the forty five minutes at you're on the far side of the moon there is no communication you are very much alone he was the first person to experience that she she also would have been the person if something had happened and they they crushed on the moon but he would have to come home alone yeah that's that's part of apollo missions we don't talk about is the reality that the yeah everyone talks about the command module pilot gets the bum rap 'cause he doesn't get they got in the mail but at the same time he only person who safety and returned to earth and guaranteed yeah now what's interesting about these three astronauts is that a both john young gene cernan went back to the moon young on apollo sixteen ensuring was the very last man on the moon on apollo seventeen so they went to the moon twice and then tom suffered went on an did de apollo soyuz project which was the first cooperative project between americans and the soviet union yeah three really dining really enviable careers is astronaut astronaut john young josh you one of my heroes because he's he only astronaut who flew on gemini on apollo went to the moon twice walked on the moon and then was the commander of the very first space shuttle mission quite a guy here okay so in a politician did come very close to the moon we have some tape here what that was like let's hear from a very excited tom stafford in gene cernan we go and we doubt among them charlie cook up are landing right are death and taking pictures here it's a fantastic site the crater the new traders throw out very very light light almost white grey by comparison to the dirtier counter whites in grades and brown right over there in another appeared to be almost every press crater there's visible boehner's both down in homicides around but the hook down that these guys were former fighter pilot and landed on aircraft carriers that's how they landed appeal hook down a grab a cable there so there were circles of the movie could have landed really closed actually i found it interesting point of comparison so nine mile through the back forty seven thousand feet a commercial flight is between thirty six thousand and forty two thousand feet so imagine looking down to the moon from a commercial plane close they were among yeah and and when he says down among them human doubt among the mountain peak or sell they are flying through the valleys how how frustrating do you think it was for them to be that close the lending but not actually wanting to go back up again probably immensely frustrating although to speak to them they would never admit to that end they could actually have landed on the moon there's always the speculation what would have happened if they'd gone rogue and just gone to the landing 'cause they had everything ready to go they were actually short changed on fuel in the at that stage of of the lunar module newbie didn't have enough you'll get off the moon so they landed in gone against mission orders which let's be honest a bunch of military guys would never do that they might have done it to their death unfortunately though leah good thing they kept that urge you to check now let's talk about snoopy be a lunar lander because there was recent news about possibly seeing it because they just discarded after they finished with it yeah which is lucky thing for future generations 'cause most it'd be apollo at the lunar lander athens agents were actually directed to smash into the moon for the sake of taking seismic measurement and apollo ten because they had landed there was nothing on the moon to measure the impact so instead of putting it towards the moon.

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"gene cernan" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"gene cernan" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"But here's what is so confusing about my interview with gene. Cernan. And The. Idea that astronauts have. Eaten spelled and he'll moon dust and they're helping nothing's wrong with them The. Moonshot has been delayed Because NASA and you can find this on their website because we haven't. Linked on my notes tonight NASA wanted to get funding For a study on how moon dust how regular affects the astronauts and. The machinery on the moon Now logic inexperience would indicate. That scientists would have. Already, known the effects of regular with with the health. Study of living astronaut gene Cernan is okay well he was he was okay what I interviewed him so a lunar Rover Was exposed to regulate and lunar. Module was exposed to regulate from nineteen sixty nine allegedly to nineteen. Seventy-two, okay the Rover ran fine the lamb ran fine but see. That doesn't work for NASA okay they apparently, didn't have that data back in two thousand five and so they need to study effects on astronauts and lunar machines however they didn't have enough regular live to us for the test so they made fake loon dust big Greg in order to carry out. The experiments, and they didn't request a few bags either they needed dump trucks full of it so they can create a fake loon site to test the. Equipment, on, mainly technologies for diggers and wheels and machinery on the surface so again NASA was able to create a simulated or. Quote fake moon landscape. Made with simulated regularly in order to test machinery for. Use on the moon.

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"gene cernan" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"gene cernan" Discussed on KTRH

"Yep moonwalking now private companies like Astro botic are working with NASA to get back to the moon according to the, CEO John. Thornton the first robotic missions are gonna land about twenty. Twenty that's that's going to be a mix of science instruments in Rovers and even time capsules and marketing experience as a whole array of packages that will be sent up to the. Surface they're going to be looking for water at the polls that could be turned into fuel and retired. Shuttle, astronaut Clayton Anderson hopes that the new enthusiasm will help bring back jobs that were cur tailed at JSE with a suspension of shuttle, flights we need that focus, says all, right we're going back to the. Moon let's everybody start focusing on. That and I think that would be the key ticket that brings the jobs. Back you, know it was NASA astronaut gene Cernan the late gene Cernan who left the last human footprint on the moon in December of nineteen seventy two, forty six years. Ago I know our poll question. Today Houston do you think? We should. Go back to the moon with humans not just. Robots. Go, to KTAR h. dot com sound off on our Facebook page it is now six oh nine let's talk, about the. Astros they begin the second half of the season with. A five game lead in the AL westover Seattle and a sixty four thirty five record been reader wrote the book Astro ball and predicted in Sports Illustrated back in two thousand fourteen. Th at the stroz would be World Series champions in twenty seventeen is a pretty good three year headed. Ahead, call he tells KTAR h that he's looking at a team that could win it all again I do see a team that's prime, to repeat if anything has, good as, the first half was for the. Astros they under performed a little. Bit based on the run differential which is a pretty good way of judging. Teams overall.

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"gene cernan" Discussed on WIMS AM 1420

WIMS AM 1420

04:26 min | 3 years ago

"gene cernan" Discussed on WIMS AM 1420

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"gene cernan" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"gene cernan" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"Uh and that's one thing that's very vulnerable eagles when you get caught up like that that's scary i mean that's one thing about them that i'd be very worried about is how badly they got caught up in that gave the others last week by you like you i really caught the ball and i mean with second level receivers really cut them off badly last week and we're taking a quick break right back in the second with over nineteen thousand state farm agents nationwide you can get an agent tickets you as well as chris paul and jeans hard and get each other which is the focus than the wringers first nba relationship goals video who would've thought gene cernan and chris paul the us and teammates i was little skeptical they third grade they're like being in yang they've even figured out how they always have one of them on the floor at all times and it's been devastating so far be sure to check out the video we did about them on the ringer dot com the wringers youtube channel youtubecomignbeyond ringer subscribe now the wringers facebook or twitter and remember like teammates on the court a relationship with the state farm agent set you up for success off the court go do state farm dot com to get an agent that gets you like chris paul and james harden get each other all right we're back m one one more thing and the giants and i think this is interesting just to remember for next season especially with whatever coach to hire is it's just not hard to flip it around the nfl we see year after year my big pick before the year was the rams as the surprise where they come from team and it really came down the two things are three things actually one is atalanta talent to is that they had an easy easy easy schedule would you get when you're when you suck the year before and third was that the coach wasn't jeff fischer and you know it's basically a bad on at man i hope shamma veil lakewood i'm reading i hope is good but really it was it was that he wasn't jeff fischer and with the giants next year you know easy schedule number to pick they have some talent you mentioned they have a good defense and if they get the right coach i don't think it would.

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"gene cernan" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"gene cernan" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"Uh and that's one thing that's very vulnerable eagles when you get caught up like that that's scary i mean that's one thing about them that i'd be very worried about is how badly they got caught up in that gave the others last week by you like you i really caught the ball and i mean with second level receivers really cut them off badly last week and we're taking a quick break right back in the second with over nineteen thousand state farm agents nationwide you can get an agent tickets you as well as chris paul and jeans hard and get each other which is the focus than the wringers first nba relationship goals video who would've thought gene cernan and chris paul the us and teammates i was little skeptical they third grade they're like being in yang they've even figured out how they always have one of them on the floor at all times and it's been devastating so far be sure to check out the video we did about them on the ringer dot com the wringers youtube channel youtubecomignbeyond ringer subscribe now the wringers facebook or twitter and remember like teammates on the court a relationship with the state farm agent set you up for success off the court go do state farm dot com to get an agent that gets you like chris paul and james harden get each other all right we're back m one one more thing and the giants and i think this is interesting just to remember for next season especially with whatever coach to hire is it's just not hard to flip it around the nfl we see year after year my big pick before the year was the rams as the surprise where they come from team and it really came down the two things are three things actually one is atalanta talent to is that they had an easy easy easy schedule would you get when you're when you suck the year before and third was that the coach wasn't jeff fischer and you know it's basically a bad on at man i hope shamma veil lakewood i'm reading i hope is good but really it was it was that he wasn't jeff fischer and with the giants next year you know easy schedule number to pick they have some talent you mentioned they have a good defense and if they get the right coach i don't think it would.

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"gene cernan" Discussed on Connected

Connected

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"gene cernan" Discussed on Connected

"New airports that's going to set up that nobody has an opec fully will will not have to wait two years but in general i don't i don't want him to to have that mindset that says early ipad can get an update every couple of years every three years is fine so we'll see you can imagine i would agree of you may i hope so i will say that her knee but personally i came more about the software and the hardware this hardware is really good and like i would love to have the new features in it but it will keep me go him time has shown me that two years without new software really hurts him so i i personally obviously want fantastic werfel whizbang you ipads but like please keep the progression of iowa's eleven into eia was twelve because derrow there are a lot of bugs and files the i just triumph about because it's the first time but if i have to keep running it for another year with same bugs i will be really mad so that's kind of where i'm same about like i care obviously about having amazing hardware but really like please discontinue the software push now i was hoping you would agree with me on this you mike as the last bastion you'd of all about lifestyle i a motive after the betrayal of your body well hall most gene cernan was wrong with him i a lotta mac uses were trade ainu releases for every couple of years to say that but i don't believe that that like i hear this all the time and i don't believe it like if he matti the way yeah if apple didn't have a mac os release the in june with an accident he will be going crazy slug all i killed them back so i don't believe for us i didn't.

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"gene cernan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"gene cernan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Service comes to my rapi and will have comment from built thompson this week i think you'll find hilary bill how you went very well thank you gareth excellent now then it's the 45th anniversary of the last manned mission to the main apollo seventeen launched forty five years ago last week and returned fortyfive years ago next week site by my calculations they were on the moon exactly forty five years ago they hoffa century on the plan is to return to the size and even send back high definition packages of the famous lena roving vehicle in which gene cernan and harrison schmitt explored the surface and this will part of a wider plan to preserve humankind's heritage on the main like the other poly landing sites and indeed those of russia's luna program for all mankind cofounder michelle hamlin joins us live they wish explained michelle that your organization for all mankind has teamed up with another organisation a company called pt scientists to lead he try and go back to the apollo seventeen size this sounds like quite emissions tell me more about it i guess thank you it we are thrilled that pt scientists has gotten so finance quest to be the first paddock company back on the moon gate chose to go to apollo seventeen which we applaud which some people think is a bit odd because we are up for all mankind is about preservation of outer space and it one of the best ways to preserve something is to lima pristina never go back but the the reason we want to preserve these sites is so that we can learn from them and in the inspired by them so we applaud pd scientists decision to go back and take the first high definition pictures of any apollo landing site on the moon ever to share with all of us who are stuck here on earth so we can actually see in high definition i resolution what happened forty five years ago things really look good through the oldest.

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"gene cernan" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"gene cernan" Discussed on NPR News Now

"City mayor michael bloomberg attending a global conference on climate change in germany this weekend it's bruce con visor reports from bond both men say the majority of americans are committed to fulfilling the 2015 paris climate agreement governor brown in mayor bloomberg cochair a group called america's pledge their aim is to fulfill as much as possible the us commitment to reducing carbon dioxide emissions that commitment was made by former us president barack obama two years ago in paris but president donald trump has announced the us's pulling out of the global pact by itself california's the world's sixthlargest economy with the support of other public and private sector actors brown says more than half of the us economy is committed to fulfilling the paris accord for npr news i'm bruce con vice are in bonn and this is npr news had masses flight facility on virginia's eastern shore liftoff confirmed hand terry's of the ss gene cernan now bound for the international space station a private company orbital atk launched a cargo ship to the international space station this morning it's loaded with seventy four hundred pounds of supplies for the station six astronaut crew and its name for the last man to walk on the moon apollo seventeen gene cernan who died in january launches orbital's first from its home base of more than a year yesterday's launch attempt was scrubbed after a plane strayed into restricted airspace disneyland at shut down to cooling towers after they were found to contain high levels of the bacteria which cause legionnaire's disease daniel carson reports at twelve cases of the disease were discovered in anaheim were disney is located in october legionnaires is a severe form of pneumonia that bacteria which causes the disease grows in water and can spread in airconditioning units after the theme park discovered two of its cooling towers had elevated levels of the bacteria they were treated with chemicals and shut down.

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"gene cernan" Discussed on Countdown

Countdown

01:48 min | 4 years ago

"gene cernan" Discussed on Countdown

"A lot of ideas for fixing the problem were tossed around emission control powered by our dogging bar go up perhaps stafford could nudge the jaws with the nose of the gemena i a reasonable enough thought accepted the nose of the german i was exactly where the spacecraft parachutes were stowed damage them in the crew could never come home perhaps then cernan could take his spacewalk early flowed over to the jaws and see if he could release the cable that was another good idea except for the small problem of the explosive bolt that had not exploded meaning it could still go with any moment which would be a very bad thing for gene cernan ultimately it was decided that the docking would be scruffy instead german i nine would spend the first two days of its three day mission playing catandmouse with the alligator flying far away from it and then rendezvous again from above and below in this side practicing what was the four harder part of the rendezvous undocking exercise anyway finally on the third day it was cernan's chance to fly and he knew that the experience would be a lot more challenging than most people realized the difficulties would start with the backpack cernan was going to use it was technically known as the astronaut maneuvering unit or a emu and one important thing differentiated from backpacks used by stunt flyers on earth the ones on earth were powered by inert nitrogen the amu use pressurized hydrogen peroxide which was real rocket fuel the jets through which the exhaust would be expelled ran between the astronauts legs.

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"gene cernan" Discussed on Naked Astronomy, from the Naked Scientists

Naked Astronomy, from the Naked Scientists

04:33 min | 5 years ago

"gene cernan" Discussed on Naked Astronomy, from the Naked Scientists

"Actually pretty pretty remarkable what is done since nineteen sixty nine yes he actually stacking up to a awful lot of achievements there's been a lot of positives and negatives in his life e you don't often hear the sound stories which have heard his mum fortunately died just before he went to the moon he had a lot of personal issues but he's really changed his life and he's let she's expression i'm from the northeast hard as nails atc only went to see him dismissed someone who was hovering around for an autograph beforehand account use the word without swearing but basically what his expression said was go away now he was working he was working at the time but also lots of production for both of us went into to get into i think it was quite amazing some other stuff hopefully will be heard elsewhere in the is no one else like him and in all the polo astronauts to be fair i mean gene cernan who you're going to be hearing the rule still working i also want jeans on and doesn't want to be the last man on the moon lie at a it's it's quite chilling found to think the youngest now move because is in the right he's and we still haven't been back fingers crossed by twenty thirty we will have been will in early two thousand seventeen a new film hidden figures will be in cinemas it celebrates the relatively untold story of african american women working as mathematicians calculating orbits for nasa in the early sixties we're in september we featured another crucial woman working behind the scenes at nasa do hara she held a more traditional role for women at the time as a nurse but not just any nurse she was the only woman working with the first astronauts including john glen and the famous mercury seven the seven guys were selected in april fifty nine and i was elected in november fifty nine and i went out to the cape in january of sixty to set up the what we call the aero med lab and what it was was the preflight medical era for for the astronauts in hangar s are famous hanger s i've always likened that the entire space program launched from from hangar has because all the activity there was a chamber altitude chamber there in the spacecraft was checked out there the suits were checked out there so it's everything kind of happened there and what would they like i mean were they intimidating to start with because these were very much the right stuff astronauts these were the best of the best when it came to the crop as far as intimidating you know i was terrified first time i met them because i ended virtually walked in on them i only met one astronaut and that was dc slayton and i almost got whiplash looking around at him when i because i didn't realize who he was and then shortly after that i met walked into the conference room and all seven were sitting there and of course i panicked said excuse me and backed out the door and went back up to say my office and john glenn came up and he's oh come on come back and see see the guards meet the guys i was twenty three years old i wouldn't happen today of course but i was terrified of them from then on it was it was being around them and getting to know them in know they were never intimidating at all part of your job zimny was to build trust so they trusted you you trusted them to be honest yes i think with any relationship it's the longer you're with them trust either bills or doesn't and that was definitely a part i think of the strategy of having a nurse out there with them because they knew that if an astronaut got sick or injured themselves they weren't gonna tell a flight surgeon but colonel off felt that they probably were tell a nurse and if not she would know she would recognize something was wrong with them that's a big issue isn't it when you go these men who absolutely want to fly into space they're gonna try and hold things back they're not going to be honest not going to be honest about it knowing i don't think any any pilot would be especially around medics medics are not there most favorite people and especially float surgeons because as you know flight surgeons have the power to ground them and that's a less thing they want is to be grounded and what were they like around needles or.

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