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"glenn nagel" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

08:26 min | 5 months ago

"glenn nagel" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

"Of the voyager two spacecraft. The agency's seventy mehta camera deep space network radio dish. The only antenna capable of contacting the forty three year old spacecraft successfully set a series of commands to the probe the dish officially known as deep space station forty three has been undergoing a major upgrade and refurbishment since mid march with the dish out of action mission managers could receive data from voyager two through the three thirty four meter wide radio antennas at the camera complex but couldn't send commands to the far-flung probe which is now lift our solar system and he's flying through interstellar space among the upgrades to the ds's forty-three dish with tinny radio transmitters one of them which is used to talk to void you to hasn't been replaced in more than forty seven years engineers have also upgraded heating and cooling equipment for the electronics. The power supply equipment and other technology needed to run the new transmitters. The successful cold avoid the to is just one indication that the dish will be back online showed in february next year located knee camera. The antennas part of a network of three radio antenna ground stations. The other two being goldstone in california and madrid in spain the network up primarily used to communicate with spacecraft operating beyond earth orbit the position of the three facilities around the planet ensures that almost any spacecraft line of sight with earth can communicate with at least one facilities at anytime voice to is a rare exception launched in nineteen seventy seven just days before its twin void you won the spacecraft was designed to achieve nothing lists than the grand tour of the outer solar system visiting the gas giants jupiter and saturn and the ice giants. You're innocent neptune. In order to make it close fly. By of neptune's moon triton in one thousand nine hundred nine the probe flew over the planet's north pole the gravitational impact of that dejected deflected it southwards relative to the plan of the planets. And it's been heading in that direction. Out of the solar system and interstellar space ever since now more than eighteen point eight billion kilometers from earth the voyager two spacecraft e so fast south it no longer has line of sight with radio antennas in northern hemisphere. So this is forty. Three's the only dish in the southern hemisphere with a transmitter powerful enough and that broadcasts at the right frequencies to send commands to the distant spacecraft voyages fast moving twin void. You one took a different path past satin and can communicate through the antennas at the to dsm facilities in the northern hemisphere. The antennas need uplift commands to both voyagers in radio frequency range code s band and the antennas downlink data from the spacecraft in a range known as the x band. The probes are constantly sending back science data from interstellar space that is the region of the galaxy immediately outside the sun's helius fear. The protective bubble of product was a magnetic field created by the sun that surrounds the pilots and the copperbelt a collection of small icy bodies beyond the orbit of neptune. This forty-three began operating back. In one thousand nine hundred seventy two five years before the launch of the voyage attune voyager one spacecraft back then. It was only sixty four meters wide the same size as the packs radio telescope dish. It was expanded to seventy meters in nineteen eighty seven and received a variety of upgrades and modifications since then the is overseeing the counter. Work say this is being one of the most significant makers the dishes received and the longest. It's been off line in thirty years. Philip baldwin operations manage if nasa space communications and navigation program says the assist forty-three antenna is a highly specialized system. He says there are only two other similar. Antennas in the world so having the antenna down for a full year's not an ideal situation for voyager or any other major s emissions currently in operation. The camera deep space. Communications network complex is managed by the ceasefire siro on behalf of nasa complex spokesperson. Glenn nagel says. The refurbishment of dc's forty-three will benefit other missions including nasr's mars perseverance rosa which will land on the red planet on february eighth next year. And the upcoming optimists missions which will return humans to the surface of the moon. Twenty twenty four and eventually onto mars part of the ongoing upgrade. Or how big seventy made a dish one of those with that that we could send commanding through the voice of food place craft that again tenant they spray the only intern around the world have bullet doing and why is it. The anyone that can reach voyage to avoid you just space craft and kind of neptune back in nineteen ninety nine. Victory took southwood below the ecliptic plane. And so come now by. Yeah the in out there in california literally. The earth is in the waste so they're able to see that by take the thirty four dishes simply aren't big enough not capable to transmit with high power transition type ability like still can receive if we combined two of them their data from georgia to we've still they never for the last eight months that we've been off line since manning's so now it's forty three half the facts online speaking send those bottled commands again. And what was the refurbishment done to the big dish joining upgrade equipment that has been operating on ten and a further four years. But some of the transmitters were in that device group. And i desperately need all been up right so we built two new high palestine's minutes to the dinner. One of those needed for the void vice crop other it will be used for future missions of mazar humans to the moon and so on and also played electrical pride house cooling systems Refurbishment of the pedestals basically a top to bottom inside out an afraid of the ditch. And what. People don't often realize especially australian listening. Because i hear a lot about the cease iras pox radio telescope the sixty four minute dish. They this was actually bigger. The given bill affecting station is the largest in southern hemisphere. Seventy majors in about the twenty two story building and just the dish moving structure. Why some full thousand. Tom physically moods with position. Any quietness guy communicate. Spice pops hundreds of millions billions of kilometers. Why is the refurbishment process of big job has been the entire project is eleven months for the upright. Does the end. Santa the eight months which might be named tactic by things like sizes and other bush flies. Taxes of twenty twenty Has entailed a hundred and fifty people different contractors around engineers technicians expert. Coming out from the pulsing labs in pasadena california. Polls do this work on this. Really great workforce of the nation. How big dishes hambro now. Literally this sort of thing have been working dying not seven days a week. They get the antennas where it is now and so also make sure complete. Do back online. I already to joke with some of the missions. Bribing mas in february next year to get those next few months already because perseverance just past the halfway mockup beliefs. Yes that's correct so we continue to track on own journey. Demand north side of the nodded arab emirates missions. Pope this is also going to miles around the same time period planning on the surface. Tell us about tidbinbilla old. The digs network camera station as as nasa coolest. The camera date by communication complex. Of course is part of nafta states by three stations around the planet that probably about the will the provide twenty four seven communications. They're all dozens of robotic missions that are solar system folks when we talk about where we're talking about things hundred thousand kilometers and beyond so there are networks handle the much closer stops and there's been satellites and she a stationary stuff like really candle. Everything else but you is now backyards so like the i have these antennas around.

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"glenn nagel" Discussed on Space Nuts | Astronomy, Space and Science News

Space Nuts | Astronomy, Space and Science News

03:14 min | 6 months ago

"glenn nagel" Discussed on Space Nuts | Astronomy, Space and Science News

"And. Finally announced in that is that they might be more water on the moon than we first thought, and while we're on the moon, we gotta talk about that collaboration between NASA Inaki to put a four g network, a mobile phone network on the Moon the deadly serious about it but that radio astronomy thrilled and we guide to revisit as promised the Asya required mission, which successfully bounced off asteroid been kicked up the dust collected. Some samples and looks like Motoo much because get the lead on so We'll see what's happening. And a couple of really interesting questions one about the use of the Sun as a gravitational lens and another as to why after the summer solstice in the southern. The sun still continues to sit lighter, which is a little bit of a confusing. Normally we'll explain all of that and much much more today on spice nuts now fred you on a bit of a road trip. Last while you not indeed yes. It was down in the south of the state we visit the. Decisive Cambra. The astronomical sites have camera which included monstrum low observe a tree had a look at some of the the. Remains of telescopes after the fire that went through there in two thousand and three But also spoke to our group about what's going on now, which is great stuff Then we went to Tidbinbilla to the tracking station which is spice network along with Goldstone Madrid. To Been Bella provides the. Coverage for deep spice vehicles a towel along a Tude and. They've got some very impressive dishes including three new ones which working a slightly different way from the old ones. But one thing that was a highlight of visit an might give a shoutout to Glenn Nagel who's a good friend and Somebody who is actually head of communications at communications and outreach He gave up his Sunday for us week ago last Sunday to to give a certain fool Toa, which was brilliant the the highlight of the tool for so many people was the old honeysuckle creek dish which was moved to Tidbinbilla. Right doesn't operate anymore but that was the one that got first signals from Apollo. When the astronauts walked on the moon. Despite what the movie says it was only Creek I. then. That's right. Yeah people in the know know that but. They certainly tried it as as the pox radio telescope and it was instrumental in getting signals ATAS wells are. play very big part in the Apollo, eleven landings and. Fantastic. Love. Frayed the Australian names Tidbinbilla. And some some of the aboriginal names to get attached to things where I live in Dabo the would. Is supposed to be and the I think they've always had trouble confirming this, but it's supposed to main writer in the wind you are allowing windy..

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"glenn nagel" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

06:57 min | 1 year ago

"glenn nagel" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

"The upgrades will not only reduce that risk but will also add state of the art technology upgrades that will benefit other missions including the mass perseverance. Rover which is slated to launch in July and future men Adams missions to the Moon Mars. Now there are three thirty four minute dishes at the camera. Complex which can be configured to receive transmissions from voyager two but cat sand so mission managers have decided to place the spacecraft in equipment state allowing it to continue sending data during the seven month. Downtime Glenn Nagel from the Cabin Deep Space Network Complex says the works expected to be completed by January space station forty-three Venerable work or solve the deep space network as writing of nearly forty eight years in fact and it's time an upgrade. It's going to get an eleven month downtime to have repays onto various systems upgrades to its transmitters and full. Electrical upgrades is a lot of work to be done over this next period. Is this just a regular cyclic? Thing or is this being done. Special missions like items and things like that. We do regular maintenance on the antennas. It's literally a week to week thing. And then every few years they might be replacements of major components but this particular downtime has been in planning for at least the last five years to really put the antenna in a position so that it can be ready for future missions to support the human return of without of missions ongoing MAS missions and other spacecraft across our solar system including the voyager spacecraft in Phila- space. Bit of good news. Voyager two is doing science again yes I think it was feeling a little bit lonely out there and decided in February to have a small normally onboard the spacecraft which actually delayed the start of the original project that we were going to do with the antenna but actually gave us a little bit more time in preparation so it all worked out well in the end for just back online and we're ready to go exactly what are the upgrades that are being carried out to the dish so with the antennas we've been operating the same receiver equipment. The primacy of recruitment for about forty years on that antenna and so as technology has improved time. We've had to make various adjustments. But now it's time for this lodger upgrade with replacement of both the x and the ESPN transmitters on the antennas. To a much more higher palace just That we can change for various spacecraft across the solar system so the new One of the nutrients minutes. There's about one hundred kilowatt transmitter. We're currently using a twenty kilowatt transmitter allows us to do that. Particular power output. So with this new one hundred kilowatt transmitter. We can vary the output between that sort of twenty up to one hundred kilowatt which actually allows us to communicate quite easily with any of this craft right across the solar system and beyond is that let you draw more data from the spacecraft or supply more data to the spacecraft craft or is that still dependent on what the spacecraft silk can achieve certainly requires. What output that. The actual spacecraft can do so if we think about the way we communicate on today a lot of internet or WIFI. We're probably communicating and a few tens. Maybe hundred megabytes per second fastest broadband so the spades worldwide. We'll get a spacecraft say like mission at Mars. That might be on the meeting. It a few megabytes all less per second voyage now. Twenty two billion kilometers away well outside the Indians and settlers outside of the solar system. It is any transmitting at about one. Hundred and forty beats per second so not even by so. It's a very long and slow conversation but still a good one with days. Yeah it's a right down in the very early sort of modem prescribe them again to get the data back any faster but actually some improvements to the way we do receiving and processing will actually allow us such a smooth through the data so we would moving more into the sort of digital era of space craft communication and the way we can actually store and process that information gets us to the scientist at a little bit cleaner with less interference noise now disturbing that valuable data stream with the seventy minute dish. Being down for eleven months does that put a lot of extra strain on the other. What three thirty four minute dishes? So we'll particularly with something like the void space craft because seventy and tender is the only one in the world has the ability to transmit commands to the voyager two spacecraft. And that means that anyone could. It does with voyage Anywhere that it does with any of our other spacecraft solar system or like the new rising spice craft out there in date spice We will have to actually move that workload over to the other thirty four dishes and using to thirty four minute dishes to supplement what would have been one seventy major antenna just to receive data from the voyager two spacecraft and some of the work will also be offloaded to the other seventy major antennas in network the other two sister stations in Madrid Spain and Goldstone California. We were talking earlier. That s band and expand. What does that actually made? Various spacecraft operate at different frequency sets so expand is very common for a lot of space craft a- as expand but we con constantly moving into higher and higher frequencies so you mentioned the voyager spacecraft craft this sort of in the expand expand for some of our other missions. That are out there. A little bit closer to home as other spacecraft hitting out there venturing and. WanNa get high daughter writes back we move into higher and higher frequencies into the K. A band frequencies so the same way as you might. Choon your radio at home to listen to various radio stations of across the AM and FM bans. Where sort of moving right through those frequencies with xfinity and K-band man. A lot of the communication said lots use K. A. K. U. bans absolutely. Yeah spacecraft's brand. The US is high frequencies to get those higher daughter writes back. That's Glenn Nagel from this as Space Communications Complex neat camera and this space time. I'm Stewart Gary Still. The Com a whole new generation of European launch vehicles about the fly and later in the science report claims that some forty two thousand people have now died in hand from the curve nineteen virus rather than the three thousand three hundred being claimed by Beijing all that and more still to come on space time okay. Let's take a break from our show for word from our sponsor express. Vpn rated number one by Tek Raider. You may be wondering why you need a virtual private network. Well it's in the name. It's all about privacy. Do you really want big brother? Take companies hackers governments. And who knows who else knew ping on your mind activities. Now you might not have anything to hide but it's still really creepy and it could be dangerous view and those you care about. Also how often do you run across a website and you want to get information from it but you find out that the GEO blocked?.

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"glenn nagel" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

03:02 min | 1 year ago

"glenn nagel" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

"Mas Twenty. Twenty rover is being officially named perseverance. Seventh Grade Alexander. Matha from Lake Braddock. Secondary School Book Virginia came up with the name as part of a special national name. The Rover Essay contest which received more than twenty eight thousand entries from the American School. Kids Glenn Nagel from this as deep space. Communications Complex in camera says there's been a long tradition of getting school kids to name the Mars Rovers going all the way back to one thousand nine hundred ninety seven and sojourner so after many years of us just calling a Mazda Wendy twenty and after a lodge competition and coming down to a list of Sort of a final nine finally The NASA has announced a perseverance. Obey the name of the next big rover hitting two miles in the middle of this is very reminiscent of sojourner which was the first reverend mass. Yeah it's it's been Tradition of time with NASA to taking suggestions from the public and from the mission team people themselves about what we might call. They sort of future. Riva's forms part of an engagement. If you just calling it the rover or Mas Twenty. You know it's not very personalized in a way. We try not to answer. All advice craft too much. But when healthy these yeah? You can't help it when people see these robots with their sort of incredible faces. The camera is and everything else. That's hard to not sort of have a connection to them so actually giving an official name to a spacecraft right and in this particular case perseverance was the name was chosen by an eleven year. Old Boy who had written an essay NASA about the idea of how perseverance to explore that curiosity carrying on from the curiosity to continue to learn about Mas. And I think it's actually quite an at night. Man of all of the names that were put forward. That's GonNa go from this as deep space communications complex in camera now as mentioned earlier. The one thousand and forty three kilogram. Perseverance rover is based on the highly successful curiosity. Mars rover which is exploring the Red Planet. Scale crater like curiosity perseverance will be powered by a multi mission radioisotope thermoelectric generate at rather than solar panels. Which is we saw last year with. The Opportunity Rover can get cabin dust off the dust. Storms losing the ability to power the spacecraft. Perseverance is the size of a compact car. The six will rovers asked herbology mission include searching for signs of microbial life on the Red Planet as well as studying the Martian climate and geology. It will also collect Martian rocks and soils for future sample return missions and pave the way for human exploration of the Red Planet in the twenty thirties. Perseverance is currently undergoing finalists. Simply and checkout at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida it's slated to launch from Cape Canaveral aboard an Atlas Five rocket on July the seventeenth arriving at jarrow crater on Mars on favor of the eighteenth. Twenty twenty one when you go to another planet. There's so much potential for making brand new discoveries..

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"glenn nagel" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"glenn nagel" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

"There's almost by on the ashland tenor itself. We make sure any pointing just a few degrees from this <hes>. Nobody period where we make sure we're not directly at ask stop. Let's glenn nagel from mrs says expects communications complex camera and this is space time. I'm stewart gary acer. The australian space agency as agreed to a formal partnership with the european space agency esa the deal will see both agencies agencies collaborate on future missions project including deep space communications navigation promote asset management data analytics and mission support australia already already hosts aces me nauseous deep space tracking station near perth which is operated by the siro. It's about to begin construction on third radio. Antenna camera and brussels are also working working together all the components program sentinel observation satellite constellation through g._s. onces australia australia's involvement with european space endeavors goes back more within half a century back to the nineteen sixties when elda the european launcher development organization flew missions out of the woomera rocket range outback south australia then when elder move to french yana to establish the crew spaceport and merged with the european space research organization to form the european space agency acer nineteen seventy five australia strata was asked to join the new agency but then whitlam labor government declined the offer. You're listening to space time. I'm stewart gary rocket. Live is carried at its eighth mission successfully flying for satellites into orbit the electron rocket blasted ah from the company's mahia peninsula launch complex on zealand's no violent shortly after midnight after initially being delayed by strong ground wins all stations emission court ranges screen auto sequence armed company that fly on on mission by please look to sequence and confirm what are sequences locked bullet birtles. We are gopher snake when start to manage. Let's have you on explode on mission. Please confirm that's switched in general how it goes on internal power stage to depressed high-flying purge running and deluge running dean nine eight seven six five four three two..

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"glenn nagel" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"glenn nagel" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

"Such as the european space agency in the indian space research organisation will also be experiencing command martyrdoms during the conjunction and of course once the conjunction is of spacecraft wood-beam the data they have collected <unk> as deep space network as soon as possible engineer engineer will spend about a week downloading information before normal spacecraft operations can resume glenn nego from this expense communication cetinje camera says if the teams monitoring these missions the term there any collected science data is corrupted can usually have it retransmitted as soon as the mark tori man's network has mas passes just behind this on for math field of view really just means that we're doing less communication runs with the fleet of vehicles spacecraft that are currently exploring the red planet on it so it might be up linking of commands to the spacecraft because the chance of those commands being corrupted as i have sort of possum bend around the sun but it does ashley give us a good opportunity to actually take a little bit more time to do some tons much needed maintenance for the antennas and the network 'cause just some decreased overall liberal workload but yes for most part was still doing our work receiving that data from those spacecraft even though the hidden by the sun and it goes mazdas and the any place place that you guys are communicating with their neces- projects all over the solar system right now jennifer example you horizons is out there so we still have about another thirty mission asian that we still need to support the represent but as nasa but all the other space agencies around the world have missions in space became given the schedule a little bit more time to those missions which the trump show many of them getting past the traffic jam. That generally is the atlanta. How long does mazzola conjunction loss loss around ten to eleven days. Were so between the twenty eighth of august of september. This year is when mazal be beyond on from our field of view and for antennas of course while we still maintain in some receiving of some data from some of the orbiting spacecraft we make sure that china's or certain point a couple of days not pointed directly in some direction because that can we'd those dishes concentrate as normally do radio signals is time would be trying to some energy so we're gonna santana's receivers cool. Every pointing around ten is directly at the sun concentrates. The sun's energy like solar and the energy builds up a lot of hate which reflects back into the instrument receivers. There's almost by on the ashland tenor itself. We make sure any pointing just a few degrees from this <hes>. Nobody period where we make sure we're not directly at ask stop. Let's glenn nagel from mrs says.

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"glenn nagel" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

07:09 min | 2 years ago

"glenn nagel" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

"The great courses plus dot com slash space. And of course, we'll put that Lincoln the show notes and on our website. And now it's back to our show. You're listening to spend time with Stewart Gary. Necessaries? Rick spacecraft is shaved orbiting certian around the near earth. Asteroid Banou the four hundred ninety two meter wide space rock as one of the highest known chances of hitting the earth with a one in twenty seven hundred chance of impacting the earth sometime between twenty one seventy five and twenty one ninety nine if it were to hit the earth, the resulting impact would be the equivalent of twelve hundred megatons of TNT ten nineteen fifty-five Banou is what's known as a combination. Apollo group asteroid that means it's a near near earth object with an orbit that intersects with and crosses earth's orbit around. The sun Banou is what astronomers call a beat-up carbonaceous asteroid, the generally similar to regular C-type Kaban asteroids, but with surface spectra suggesting and hydra silicates hydrated, claiming enrolls organic polymers magnetized and sulfides launched back on September, the eighth twenty sixteen from the care Canaveral air force station in. Florida aboard an atlas five rocket the two thousand one hundred and ten kilogram. Cyrus wreck spacecraft arrived at Banou in October twenty eighteen the spacecraft spending three is orbiting the asteroid and mapping it surface geology studying civil Lucien, composition chemistry and mineral allergy the orbital insertion maneuver carried out some wanted and ten million kilometers from earth. Sit a new space exploration Rickard for the smallest object ever to be orbited by spacecraft inching around the asteroid at Snell's pace, Asaraha's Rex's first orbit max, a huge leap for humankind. Never before as spacecraft circuit so close to such a small celestial object when with barely enough gravity to Cape vehicle in stable orbit almost lost in the news of new horizons in Kano was the arrival of the spacecraft that asteroid venue. It's been a two billion kilometer two year journey to catch up with this asteroid approaching the last few months getting close but on the knee. By actually into all. But an incredible very tiny over quite close to the surface and actually opening the spate of just centimeters per second. So it's probably the tiniest and slowest orbiting object and suddenly the smallest object as have been over to round. That's Glenn Nagel from this space communications complex, knee camera. Asaraha's Rexy circling Banou at just one point seven five kilometers from the asteroid center that's closer than any other spacecraft is ever orbited a Sylla's Jewell body the previous closest orbit for planetary buddy was set back in may twenty sixteen. When the European Space Agency's Rosetta spacecraft orbited about seven kilometers from the center of the comet sixty seven p share them of Jerusalem. Anco the one point seven five kilometer distance is considered comfortable enough to Cape us IRAs. Rex luck to Banou which has a gravitational force. Just five million that averse spacecraft will remain in orbit around Banou through the mid February. Circling the body at allegedly sixty two hours per orbit Asaraha's Rex principal investigator, Dante Lauretta from the university of Arizona in Tucson says the probes eight second burn of its thrusters which placed it into orbit meant the navigation campaign was now coming to an end and the scientific mapping and sampled site selection. Phase of the mission is now beginning now that the Sarah's were expense craft is closer to Banou physical. Details about the asteroid will leap into shot. A Fergus and the spacecraft's tour of this rubble. Pile of primordial, debris will become increasingly detailed. Cyrus Rix flight dynamic systems manager, Mike Meru from this. As God spaceflight, centering greenbelt, Maryland says, the orbital design is highly dependent on bananas physical properties such as the asteroids mess and gravity field, which simply won't known before the spacecraft's arrival up until now scientists federal count for a wide variety of possible scenarios in that computer simulations just to make sure they could safely navigate spacecraft so close to Banou. As the team. Learn more about the asteroid they're able to incorporate more information to hone in on the final orbital design having completed a preliminary survey of banner with fly bys of the south pole on December. The sixteenth the spacecraft moves to a safe holding patent fifty kilometers from the asteroid giving the navigation team a chance to regroup and prepare for orbit insertion next Lockheed. Martin engineer build the spacecraft programmed at to begin moving back to a position about fifteen kilometres over banners North Pole that position the probe for three burns of thrust over the course of ten days designed to place the spacecraft war. But even though a Cyrus Rex is now in the most stable but possible penins gravitational pull so tenuous that keeping the spacecraft's safe will require close monitoring and regular adjustments. You see the Grefe of bananas small forces, like solar radiation, even thermal pressure from the new surface become much more relevant. They can push the spacecraft around in orbit much more than if it were ordering say the earth or Mars with. Gravity's by far the dominant force. So the Sarah's Rex navigation team will use trimming tubers dislike thrust the spacecraft in one direction or another to correct its orbit to county small forces me, well, mission managers have developed free dimensional model Banou surface based on a preliminary global imaging and mapping survey of the asteroid terrain. This means that instead of celestial navigation, they'll now be a rely on landmarks identified them beneath the surface to track. Cyrus wrecks and ultimately guide the spacecraft was Sabah collection site, clear of boulders and lodge rocks. Another crucial objective involves getting a better handle London's mass and gravity features. That will influence the plenty of the risks of the mission. Most notably the touchdown on the surface for sample collection in twenty twenty in the case of Banou, scientists Kennedy major these features by getting Cyrus wrecks, the fly very close to the surface to see how it's trajectory bins from bananas gravitational pull in late February the spacecraft will perform a series of close fly bys have been several months, at least that. Scientic high resolution images of every square centimeter of the asteroid in order to help select a sampling side, then by the middle of twenty twenty spacecraft will briefly touch down on the asteroid surface to retrieve its first samples Cyrus Rexy slated to leave orbit in March twenty twenty one with a sample return captial being jettison for a parachute landing in Utah in September twenty twenty three we'll keep you informed. This is space time. I'm Stewart Gary. A

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"glenn nagel" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

04:18 min | 2 years ago

"glenn nagel" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

"Include to plasma instruments, a radio experiment, a UV spectrometer and two different kinds of high resolution cameras systems recording images spectra and chemical. Composition of this distant world. The first colori midges of Alta thoroughly taken at a distance of one hundred thirty seven thousand kilometers highlighted this distant worlds, Ray surface. The same color is other worlds in the Coppa built the new images taken from around twenty seven thousand kilometers on approach have revealed Altima thoroughly to be too connected. Spheres stone and colleagues have named the lodge in nineteen kilometer wide spears ultima and the small fourteen kilometer diamond has fee thoroughly they say the two fees likely merge soon after the solar system formed colliding no faster than two cars in the Fender bender. Initial data analysis has found no evidence of rings or satellites lots than a kilometer diameter Albany. Ultimate thoroughly there's also no evidence of an atmosphere around the state frozen world new horizons geology geophysics team lead Jif Moore describes new horizons as a time machine taking science back to the birth of the solar system. He says it's providing a physical representation of the beginning of. Planetary formation frozen in time. Moore says studying Altima thoroughly soaping scientists understand how planets form the C Syros Glenn Nagel from this is deep space communications complex knee camera says signals from your horizons traveling at the speed of light a taking over six hours to reach emission control back on earth. However, data transmissions are being posed for a week or so as the spacecraft passes behind the sun as seen from earth. Nagel says win transmissions resume. It'll Mark the start of a twenty month long. Download session for the spacecraft's remaining. Scientific treasures these will include much higher resolution images allowing scientists to write new chapters in the story of Altima, Phil and solar system. Well, admission of course, was very pleased that I go to successful signal back from new horizons poses in Canada with Altima to allay. And now, of course, all the information that is being streamed back from the space craft without I supposed to images and all sorts of other information. Coming from the instruments onboard the spacecraft problem coming up having you because from our point of view here on earth ultimate tool as almost on the other side of the sun right now. So the sun's going to be in the way between us and new horizons for civil nicely spacecraft from our point of view, actually, stop passing behind the sun, and we'll be a contact from commanding Anna from receiving point of view for a few days. But that's okay. So movie initial daughters being critical come down the things that I really wanna be outta to get first up. We have twenty months to download all the data from the spacecraft. So this is very much long similar lines to what happened with the Pluto. Fly by the spacecraft needs to attention on the target, and they want it stunned that changes orientational towards earth. And then slowly starts to drip feed that information, but because of the Param the spacecraft and also because of the distance is even coming back from new arises literally as you say trickling down at anywhere between half to one kilobytes possession. So that's Lee takes an enormous amount of time to gotta get H file back from the space craft, and you can let it time over all tracking opportunities. We'll have with new horizons over the next twenty months or so we'll take that long to get back. They maybe accumulated as much as fifty gigabytes of data. I guess the exciting thing about this is that this is from what we have it appears that the spacecraft was oriented correctly to focus on the target. It's really I think the mission team is going to be really really bad of role that they had there would save targeting with the mass behind to precisely position their space craft to bail, but to do this fly by it's quite remarkable for no object that they really didn't know exactly where it was like headed didn't spice, it was sort of a general knowledge of its position. But to no precisely xactly way to point their cameras about a target is getting closer and closer using optical navigation images to babble to just tweak the trajectory enough to get that sweet spot thirty five hundred kilometers a wife, multi. So they capture this data safely. That's good. Nagel from this as deep space communications complex neat camera. New horizons was launched on January the nineteenth two thousand and.

Altima Syros Glenn Nagel Jif Moore Ray surface Coppa Albany Canada Anna Lee twenty months one hundred thirty seven thous twenty seven thousand kilomete thirty five hundred kilometers fourteen kilometer nineteen kilometer fifty gigabytes one kilobytes twenty month
"glenn nagel" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

04:18 min | 2 years ago

"glenn nagel" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

"Include to plasma instruments, a radio experiment, a UV spectrometer and two different kinds of high resolution cameras systems recording images spectra and chemical. Composition of this distant world. The first colori midges of Alta thoroughly taken at a distance of one hundred thirty seven thousand kilometers highlighted this distant worlds, Ray surface. The same color is other worlds in the Coppa built the new images taken from around twenty seven thousand kilometers on approach have revealed Altima thoroughly to be too connected. Spheres stone and colleagues have named the lodge in nineteen kilometer wide spears ultima and the small fourteen kilometer diamond has fee thoroughly they say the two fees likely merge soon after the solar system formed colliding no faster than two cars in the Fender bender. Initial data analysis has found no evidence of rings or satellites lots than a kilometer diameter Albany. Ultimate thoroughly there's also no evidence of an atmosphere around the state frozen world new horizons geology geophysics team lead Jif Moore describes new horizons as a time machine taking science back to the birth of the solar system. He says it's providing a physical representation of the beginning of. Planetary formation frozen in time. Moore says studying Altima thoroughly soaping scientists understand how planets form the C Syros Glenn Nagel from this is deep space communications complex knee camera says signals from your horizons traveling at the speed of light a taking over six hours to reach emission control back on earth. However, data transmissions are being posed for a week or so as the spacecraft passes behind the sun as seen from earth. Nagel says win transmissions resume. It'll Mark the start of a twenty month long. Download session for the spacecraft's remaining. Scientific treasures these will include much higher resolution images allowing scientists to write new chapters in the story of Altima, Phil and solar system. Well, admission of course, was very pleased that I go to successful signal back from new horizons poses in Canada with Altima to allay. And now, of course, all the information that is being streamed back from the space craft without I supposed to images and all sorts of other information. Coming from the instruments onboard the spacecraft problem coming up having you because from our point of view here on earth ultimate tool as almost on the other side of the sun right now. So the sun's going to be in the way between us and new horizons for civil nicely spacecraft from our point of view, actually, stop passing behind the sun, and we'll be a contact from commanding Anna from receiving point of view for a few days. But that's okay. So movie initial daughters being critical come down the things that I really wanna be outta to get first up. We have twenty months to download all the data from the spacecraft. So this is very much long similar lines to what happened with the Pluto. Fly by the spacecraft needs to attention on the target, and they want it stunned that changes orientational towards earth. And then slowly starts to drip feed that information, but because of the Param the spacecraft and also because of the distance is even coming back from new arises literally as you say trickling down at anywhere between half to one kilobytes possession. So that's Lee takes an enormous amount of time to gotta get H file back from the space craft, and you can let it time over all tracking opportunities. We'll have with new horizons over the next twenty months or so we'll take that long to get back. They maybe accumulated as much as fifty gigabytes of data. I guess the exciting thing about this is that this is from what we have it appears that the spacecraft was oriented correctly to focus on the target. It's really I think the mission team is going to be really really bad of role that they had there would save targeting with the mass behind to precisely position their space craft to bail, but to do this fly by it's quite remarkable for no object that they really didn't know exactly where it was like headed didn't spice, it was sort of a general knowledge of its position. But to no precisely xactly way to point their cameras about a target is getting closer and closer using optical navigation images to babble to just tweak the trajectory enough to get that sweet spot thirty five hundred kilometers a wife, multi. So they capture this data safely. That's good. Nagel from this as deep space communications complex neat camera. New horizons was launched on January the nineteenth two thousand and.

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"glenn nagel" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

07:13 min | 2 years ago

"glenn nagel" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

"With no apparent has its in its way Nasr's new horizon spacecraft's being given the Oakley to stay in its current coaster separates. Next time gets the distant copper built object. Twenty 2014 MU sixty nine ultimate fool for historic close. Fly by will take place on January. The first some one point six billion kilometers beyond Pluto. The most distant planetary fly by so far on taken in human history. After almost three weeks of sensitive searches for ring, small moves and of potential hazards around the object new horizons. Principal investigator Allen stern gave the go-ahead for the spacecraft or amendments contradictory taking it to within three thousand five hundred kilometers ultimate fill. The alternative would have been a hazard avoiding Dato, which would have pushed it some three times. Further out. The thing is with new horizons blazing through space it some fifty thousand seven hundred kilometers per hour. Even the smallest grain of rice would have been lethal to the pianist SaaS probe. He does. Member new horizons has watched him has been using the spacecraft's mess powerful telescopic camera. A long range reconnaissance imager Lorri to look for potential hazards, the decision on whether the Cape new rosins on its original course, or two third to a more distant fly by which would produce less detailed data had to be made this week as it was the last opportunity to maneuver the spacecraft into another to Jake you horizons foam, that's has it watch team back in twenty eleven to prepare for its Pluto. Fly by addressing concerns that Pluto's newly discovered. Small moons could be spreading dangerous debris across new horizons. Flightpath and intense search turned up, no potential mission ending risks that tame opting for the original flight path, and you horizon safely carrying out its historic first ever exploration of the Pluto system in July twenty fifteen this year that has watch tame have been conducting similar analysis on the approach to ultimate the spacecraft's now targeted for the optimal. Fly by some three times closer. On the flight of Pluto. You horizons will make it to start close approach to ultimate fill at twelve. Thirty three in the morning, US eastern standard time on January. The first that sixteen thirty three in the afternoon straight. And he's to dial out time and five thirty three in the morning credits. Main time, you Harare's was launched on January. The nineteenth two thousand and six from the Cape Canaveral air force station in Florida aboard an atlas five rocket the probe made history July the fourteenth two thousand fifteen when it became the first spacecraft to visit Pluto flying just twelve thousand five hundred kilometers above the two thousand three hundred and seventy seven kilometer wide twelve planet surface spacecraft. Also studied Pluto is binary partners. Sharon, and they four moons sticks. Nix hydra Pluto is one of the largest known bodies in the comp about a ring of frozen roads, comets ASI, debris, circling the sun out beyond the orbit of Neptune. I'm Stewart Gary this. Space time. Mission managers say they'll keep trying to contact Nashes MAs opportunity Rover for at least a few more weeks. Six-wheeled Gulf Kansai's vehicle has been silent ever since being hit by global dust storm, which covered the red planet earlier this year the mega dust dome began in may lasted until August. The last communications with the road was more than six months ago on June tenth opportunity was expected to hunker down and ride out. The storm engineers expected its batteries to drain his dust blocked out sunlight, preventing the road, the solar panels from charging its batteries. However, the skies above opportunity have now cleared and the rub is been observed still in position from opet opportunity lonely, experienced a low powerful and mission clock fault and an A-plus time fold the row, this should be able to recover from all these issues once its batteries recharge. However, it's remained silent mission managers from this. Propulsion laboratory in Pasadena, California, believe dust from the storm may be covering opportunities. Solar arrays, preventing them from reaching the batteries since the loss of signal. The team's been listening for the Rover over a broad range of times frequencies in polarizations using Ness as deep space communications network. The Nabet forming more frequent communications attempts on a daily basis. Glenn Nagel from this as deep space communications tracking station in camera says Mazey's now in a seasonal period of strong winds at the Rovers location, which hopefully will blow that dust off the vehicle solar panels. That opportunity is still silent. The network continues to Bapu to listen in a signals during particular tenses to be able to a when we think the space craft could find again up thinks of commands to try to trigger a response. Vaa nothing coming back from Pacino, but nobody is giving up yet. And we'll be continuing to listen in full. Fun home full of wants to come real concern. Now is that the solar panels coveting dust from the global dust storm, and you really now wetting full mosh and winds to to blow that dust off the solar panels. Yes. And right now, we're getting into the windy season on Moslem place where the opportunity reiver's live tided and that period sort of peixe in December through January. So these are the good times to Kate listening because the road is still healthy. But just to lacks the power that does clear is we get into the height of sort of summa period. Get more sunlight getting into those solar panels charging the batteries and getting the computers as John again to allow that fun. I'm to okay, let's Glenn Nagel from this is Dave spice communications complex at Tidbinbilla ni camera since the loss of signal will then four hundred and thirty three recovery commands and being sent to the Rover opportunity or opposites fictionally cold was launched from the Cape can ever lay for station in floor. Three weeks after its twin river spirit on July. The seventh two thousand and three landing on the mayor de any planet near the Martian equator on January the twenty fifth two thousand and four spirited touchdown down three weeks early in Gustav crater on the other side of the red planet. Both needs to post operate for ninety days in the hush freeze dried mush and digits, but both continued operating for many many years eventually spirit stopped getting bogged in Sanjin with its solar panels pointing away from the sun, it'd be an operating on the red planet surface for two thousand two hundred sixty nine days, sending its final message to us on the twenty second of March twenty ten more than six years after landing opportunities continued operating even longer covering. We'll have a five thousand three hundred days on the Martian surface at the time of its final communications back on June the tenth it's been examining rocks and minerals traveled more than forty five kilometers to its current location in. Leading off the rim of endeavor crater. I'm Stewart Gary. You're listening to space time. The

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"glenn nagel" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

07:13 min | 2 years ago

"glenn nagel" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

"With no apparent has its in its way Nasr's new horizon spacecraft's being given the Oakley to stay in its current coaster separates. Next time gets the distant copper built object. Twenty 2014 MU sixty nine ultimate fool for historic close. Fly by will take place on January. The first some one point six billion kilometers beyond Pluto. The most distant planetary fly by so far on taken in human history. After almost three weeks of sensitive searches for ring, small moves and of potential hazards around the object new horizons. Principal investigator Allen stern gave the go-ahead for the spacecraft or amendments contradictory taking it to within three thousand five hundred kilometers ultimate fill. The alternative would have been a hazard avoiding Dato, which would have pushed it some three times. Further out. The thing is with new horizons blazing through space it some fifty thousand seven hundred kilometers per hour. Even the smallest grain of rice would have been lethal to the pianist SaaS probe. He does. Member new horizons has watched him has been using the spacecraft's mess powerful telescopic camera. A long range reconnaissance imager Lorri to look for potential hazards, the decision on whether the Cape new rosins on its original course, or two third to a more distant fly by which would produce less detailed data had to be made this week as it was the last opportunity to maneuver the spacecraft into another to Jake you horizons foam, that's has it watch team back in twenty eleven to prepare for its Pluto. Fly by addressing concerns that Pluto's newly discovered. Small moons could be spreading dangerous debris across new horizons. Flightpath and intense search turned up, no potential mission ending risks that tame opting for the original flight path, and you horizon safely carrying out its historic first ever exploration of the Pluto system in July twenty fifteen this year that has watch tame have been conducting similar analysis on the approach to ultimate the spacecraft's now targeted for the optimal. Fly by some three times closer. On the flight of Pluto. You horizons will make it to start close approach to ultimate fill at twelve. Thirty three in the morning, US eastern standard time on January. The first that sixteen thirty three in the afternoon straight. And he's to dial out time and five thirty three in the morning credits. Main time, you Harare's was launched on January. The nineteenth two thousand and six from the Cape Canaveral air force station in Florida aboard an atlas five rocket the probe made history July the fourteenth two thousand fifteen when it became the first spacecraft to visit Pluto flying just twelve thousand five hundred kilometers above the two thousand three hundred and seventy seven kilometer wide twelve planet surface spacecraft. Also studied Pluto is binary partners. Sharon, and they four moons sticks. Nix hydra Pluto is one of the largest known bodies in the comp about a ring of frozen roads, comets ASI, debris, circling the sun out beyond the orbit of Neptune. I'm Stewart Gary this. Space time. Mission managers say they'll keep trying to contact Nashes MAs opportunity Rover for at least a few more weeks. Six-wheeled Gulf Kansai's vehicle has been silent ever since being hit by global dust storm, which covered the red planet earlier this year the mega dust dome began in may lasted until August. The last communications with the road was more than six months ago on June tenth opportunity was expected to hunker down and ride out. The storm engineers expected its batteries to drain his dust blocked out sunlight, preventing the road, the solar panels from charging its batteries. However, the skies above opportunity have now cleared and the rub is been observed still in position from opet opportunity lonely, experienced a low powerful and mission clock fault and an A-plus time fold the row, this should be able to recover from all these issues once its batteries recharge. However, it's remained silent mission managers from this. Propulsion laboratory in Pasadena, California, believe dust from the storm may be covering opportunities. Solar arrays, preventing them from reaching the batteries since the loss of signal. The team's been listening for the Rover over a broad range of times frequencies in polarizations using Ness as deep space communications network. The Nabet forming more frequent communications attempts on a daily basis. Glenn Nagel from this as deep space communications tracking station in camera says Mazey's now in a seasonal period of strong winds at the Rovers location, which hopefully will blow that dust off the vehicle solar panels. That opportunity is still silent. The network continues to Bapu to listen in a signals during particular tenses to be able to a when we think the space craft could find again up thinks of commands to try to trigger a response. Vaa nothing coming back from Pacino, but nobody is giving up yet. And we'll be continuing to listen in full. Fun home full of wants to come real concern. Now is that the solar panels coveting dust from the global dust storm, and you really now wetting full mosh and winds to to blow that dust off the solar panels. Yes. And right now, we're getting into the windy season on Moslem place where the opportunity reiver's live tided and that period sort of peixe in December through January. So these are the good times to Kate listening because the road is still healthy. But just to lacks the power that does clear is we get into the height of sort of summa period. Get more sunlight getting into those solar panels charging the batteries and getting the computers as John again to allow that fun. I'm to okay, let's Glenn Nagel from this is Dave spice communications complex at Tidbinbilla ni camera since the loss of signal will then four hundred and thirty three recovery commands and being sent to the Rover opportunity or opposites fictionally cold was launched from the Cape can ever lay for station in floor. Three weeks after its twin river spirit on July. The seventh two thousand and three landing on the mayor de any planet near the Martian equator on January the twenty fifth two thousand and four spirited touchdown down three weeks early in Gustav crater on the other side of the red planet. Both needs to post operate for ninety days in the hush freeze dried mush and digits, but both continued operating for many many years eventually spirit stopped getting bogged in Sanjin with its solar panels pointing away from the sun, it'd be an operating on the red planet surface for two thousand two hundred sixty nine days, sending its final message to us on the twenty second of March twenty ten more than six years after landing opportunities continued operating even longer covering. We'll have a five thousand three hundred days on the Martian surface at the time of its final communications back on June the tenth it's been examining rocks and minerals traveled more than forty five kilometers to its current location in. Leading off the rim of endeavor crater. I'm Stewart Gary. You're listening to space time. The

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"glenn nagel" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

06:26 min | 2 years ago

"glenn nagel" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Then right after the gang. Join OBI caused me Dan Hampton and now back to David and the northwestern Wildcats. Brad, physical therapy injury update at Cooper spree. Injuries. Screenings at all locations. Visit Athletico dot com for location nearest you three names on the injury report for the Wildcats this week running backs Sullivan fault questionable. John moten fourth out super back trade cube questionable. We'll see if any of those guys rental this first offensive series of the Wildcats starting to their own fifteen and Dakota Dixon. I don't see him out there defensively for Wisconsin. But Aleve a SOGA Paolo is out there. The those tat will and the Wildcats will come out with Clayton Thorson. Glenn Nagel alongside of in the backfield. Once again starting to the fifteen yard live of their first series eleven oh, eight to go. First quarter dose score. That's moving left to read as we see it. Now Nagel motions out backfield's empty. And snap for Jared. Thomas to Clayton. Thorson Thorson looking to the right side too. High for Nagel went up high to reel it in at the twenty one yard line up overs had second out in tents and should have been. He can catch right there. That was to NATO who went in motion he'd stood down. Look literally on the twenty two. Bombs thrown over his head. So here's Isaiah pals. Rare to the back field trips left second down and ten for the fifteen and be bowser and bowser motoring along the hash marks to the nineteen yard poster four yards. Brought down by Andrew band Kinkel. Shop wild goose starting at a quarterback spot along on Hicks wild us. True. Freshman Miramar Florida, and it brings up third out at six the Wildcats on third down forty percent. Opponents thirty six percent against Wisconsin. Chad HANA oca- into the backfield for the Wildcats on third and sixth for their own nineteen. And here's the snap. Clayton Thorson back to throw protections. Good firing trying to get it into a tight spot at. It's broken up. Intercepted. Intercepted by Evan Bondoc. Who got the starting met a lunging interception out the twenty six yard line. See her. They marked the ball the market at the twenty nine yard live. I think that was tip. Dave. Mosca play oven Bondoc dove in front of the intended receiver. Came up with the ball. This is really not the way you want to start off pensively an opportunity after it was tipped into the arms of Bob. So the first turnover to the game and Wisconsin's got it. With ten twenty four to go at the northwestern twenty nine yard line. So wait a setup code. So the running back is gross and they will fake the gift the ham given instead to the wide receiver, and that's Kendrick prior to sideline inside the twentieth. Saw the fifteen. Had a Fisher at the fourteen yard lie. So again on first down from the twenty nine fifteen yard pick up, and here's Wisconsin now in business after the turnover. Taylor into the backfield. I town of the fourteen yard line of the Wildcats. No score five minutes of the game prior. They ran that last reverse. You get a nice job blocked downfield got in the open field. Pick up a really good. I down there and business prior split to the right now he comes in motion they handed off to Taylor and Taylor is knocked down inside the fifteen of the thirteen got about a yard on that play met by JR pace. Jordan Thompson that defensive line paste career high eleven tackles against Michigan at two interceptions in the last home game against Nebraska second down and nine here for the badgers at the northwestern. Thirteen yard law. This time in the shotgun tailored to his left and cold will throw shuttle pass complete to the fifteen to ten Ingle. Tripped up by heartaches close to a first down the four yard line. Little shovel. It is a first down. It's going to be first and goal at the four Wisconsin Jones. Gotta be really relaxed. Right now the truth. Sophomore quarterback. Oh, that's a nice little easy. Forecasts. Did he have to work very hard to get it? But they're right now inside the five yard line. He's very comfortable with the play calling so far Jack Dunn split to the right eye formation backfield Taylor, the tailback they'll give to the first man through Ingle Ingle met at the four driven back. Tackled. Gold go-to guy down near the goal line. Blake Gallagher Nate hall team up all the stop nineteen career touchdowns for Ingold including four rushing touchdowns. This year second down and goal at the four four Wisconsin. Go score eight twenty seven to go. You're the first quarter. Now, they got the three headed monster of the tailback position. But he is the key fullback. He's done a very nice job. Good lead blocker. And also like you're saying those short down situations. He's a factor. So they mingled the backfield the quarterback Cohn duck stab under center at a gives angled again any dances up mental enter the end zone for the touchdown at Wisconsin strikes. I. I four yard touchdown run for Alec Ingold is rushing touchdown of the year the badgers cash in on the wildcat turnovers. They really powered up on the right side. They bring into offense lineman, Russ put tied in jerseys on them, and they just overload the right side those big offensive lineman. Just really control the line of scrimmage Raphael. Ganglia Nonni on for the whole totter Allen. Is one ninety eight hundred two hundred in his career the snap the placement. And the kick is good Wisconsin. He goes twenty nine yards in five plays after the turnover using two minutes and twenty seconds and the badgers had a seven nothing lead..

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"glenn nagel" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:11 min | 2 years ago

"glenn nagel" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Here's Dave Bennett on Chicago's very own seven twenty WGN. So it was fourth and six raptors of their own sixteen yard line at Korczak. Unloaded a seventy nine yard punt. Remember that Collins had the seventy order for the Wildcats in the first quarter. This one a seventy nine yard plus a holding penalty against northwestern show. Play has moved from the Rutgers sixteen to the north western free. That's where the Wildcats will begin this. Dr Riley lease has to know that he's net. Punt coming down win. And you could see him at the very last second trying to back pedal to get that pine and he made a decision, which I think is a smart decision to let it go because it would have been over his hat. You always want to be able to catch the ball the punch in your numbers. But I blame him for not being far enough back with the win. You could always come up on a ball with the wind. But you certainly don't want to be going backwards, Drake. Anderson's the running back. Charlie bessler. Flynn Nagel at the wide receivers. Right. Wildcat started for their own three. They had a ninety nine and a half yard drive last week. What's talk at ninety seven here. Thorson duck down under his Senator Jared Thomas here for the purse snap of this series. I down to give Anderson tried to slide past a defender had dropped by Turner right at the line. Julius Turner takes him down. No gain on the play second out at ten from the three Turner's your backside defensive tackle. You've got to make sure this has been kind of a common thread here so far in this game and their running game. It's the backside where they're getting hurt. You're gonna make sure you seal it off. Spring and a couple of super backs trait Pugh. Clock. Also comes in the powder. Tries the left side. He's pushed back got to the lineup and doing and met by Trevor Morris, and it brings up third down. It might have gotten a happy yard third long for the Wildcats for their own three yard line. They lead seven nothing early second quarter. I would be surprised if we see casserole out here on third down to his right said Clayton Thorson in a sprint out to the right? Maybe give them a little real good work with these three yards into the end zone. Thorson looks at over there down for the Wildcats. They will Nance own rolling right stops looking. Now he'll throw it out about. Now. They were ready for that. You think? Glenn Nagel benefits Deronic both in the vicinity of both well covered its fourth down, the Wildcats, go three and out. Yeah. They started with the play action. And then he rolled out to the right and the defense. I think hey, maybe seeing them on film before they were also in rolling out there left, and they had everybody in their sights. The quarterback amateur Ribisi pers- in the area. Three and out Avery young Stanic northwestern forty-three awaiting Collins punt for deep in his own endzone unloads went down in the middle fair catch signal than made at the northwestern thirty eight by yawn. So that's where Rutgers offense down seven nothing with eleven thirty nine to go in the first half. Rutgers has their chance how great field position the cats. Started. I drive on the records forty three. And now you have Rutgers on the northwestern thirty seven so you talk about giving that wounded animal in the corner of some breathing room. They're still alive. Jones and Melton to the right side. Stave on Robinson. The wing man to the left but running back Pacheco shotgun formation for the quarterback. Sick hausky. Now penalty markers all over the place. Rutgers was confused offensively. Full start offense number fifty four five yard penalty per sound. That's the right tackle cabals sibor teams in.

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"glenn nagel" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

05:21 min | 2 years ago

"glenn nagel" Discussed on WGN Radio

"That. Twenty nine yard line of Michigan state, huge third down conversion for the Wildcats. Terrific run. After the catch more portly. I can't tell you how great debt throw was under pressure in the pocket. He got just enough time to get rid of that ball. But wow, what a great throw in the middle of that defense. And then the run after the catch by scrawny. And they go both to the left ball running back. They give the Solomon and Solomon is mapped by botchy at the twenty nine yard line. Got back to the line. That's about it. And no gain second down and ten is not going anywhere. Dave, you mentioned the run after the catch mice, chronic. If he does not lead him. My he does on that pass play coming over the middle. He does not get that big yak. And that was a perfect throw led a beautifully. He ran with it picked up not only the first down. But a lot more who here's catches Roddick on. They strive second attempt to the Wildcats at Michigan state twenty nine snap Clayton with time brings the far side. And it's incomplete a diving dry. Over the far side by Bobin. He laid out for the ball around the fourteen yard line trade person had the coverage, and it brings up third down and ten bowling bullied need to make that catch four catches last week against Michigan as very catchable for some reason, he did not pull it is laid out. That's a dream come true cash, right? There did not come up with it. All right. Third down and ten for the Wildcats. The Michigan state twenty nine yard line nine twenty one to go with the game. Hats lead by three. Clayton Thorson Dorset with time grows on a screen. Got Nagel tripped up at the twenty five yard line. Tripped up. My aunt Watson and chips fourth down and six. Glenn Nagel on the reception that's his tenth catch. Today's over one hundred yards receiving they're going for the Wildcats on fourth down. Gotta go for it here. There will be forty plus yard field goal. Try into the will go for four down on the year. Twenty five twelve. Forty three percent. Rick salad. Michigan state at six twenty five forty to go. Thorson? I down. Really lease. Whether it's I hatch today to the sixteen just a little. Look in there at the sixteen with justed lane covering and a first down for the wild to the sixteen yard line Elise has been pretty much quiet this season having a couple of catches against Purdue in the opener. But that was one of his biggest catches of the season. Also, great walk by the running back who stayed in to help with who picked up the linebacker. Freshman. Burien motion first down four northwestern. Sixteen yard line. Right. Why? Run out about inside the fifteen at the thirteen to three botchy random out seven fifty four to go in the game. Northwestern up twenty two to nineteen. Yeah. The cats tight end tried to seal the outside could not he tried to put a little bit of edge on that could not get the edge block. Solvent vault. Did a good job of a little hesitation. There are picked up almost four yards. Second out at six a little more than I thought twelve hesitation move put on that. We take towards a seven minute, Mark. Thorson in the shotgun. Snap back to Clayton. Drops stops play time. Now, he drills during complete. Nagle at the six yard line. You talk about time. He had all day in there. And he found dago, but. He kind of with their, you know, all right third down at six seven twenty four to go the game to nineteen northwestern. That's that's a big third downs on this drive there. Four of eleven on the day. Third down at six the twelve. Terrorist savers out to the left side. Gallon, right? Motions across the formation. Downfalls. Twenty two. Lose yardage back to the sixteen yard line. John Moulton gobbled up by willa kiss. So Charlie coop. Will come on a triumph feel gone look to extend his lead to six points. They through that screen pass writing to their pressure. They had outside pressure coming on that side of the formation. Boy. There was no chance. This'll be a thirty three yard field goal. Try. Thirty three yard try. Charlie coop. Added for the left. Here is the snap. Here's the kick. It is no. No good. Wide right Spartans. Hold with six forty one to go score remains northwestern..

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"glenn nagel" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

04:18 min | 2 years ago

"glenn nagel" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

"Rove is within released from the canister at an altitude of about sixty maters and allowed to fall independently to the ground. H Rover is a quipped with a wide angle and stereo camera and a scientific instruments package. The asteroid Ryan Agoos any bat, nine hundred and fifty meters across. So it has extremely low mass, hence slow gravity, and that's a problem because the Japanese space exploration agency Jaksa didn't want a repeat of what happened to the European Space. Agency's Rosetta mission, Rosetta fell to properly place. It's land of Philly, onto the surface of the comet sixty seven pay share of Jerusalem. Nqo instead of staying put on the comet surface using a small, push rocket motor, Matt on the land as Ruth combined with anchoring hop Hoon's and speeds in the land is legs fillet rebounded back up at least a kilometer into space before balancing, at least once more. And finally coming to rest upside down and adopt ditch the hockey puck shot in the Nova to one a. and b. are instead designed to hop and flowed across the asteroid's blackish colored surface UCF internal rotors. Glenn Nagel from Nashes dig space communications complex in camera, says the American space agencies being supporting the high booster to mission Cincinnati launch in December twenty, fourteen so out. This are manage station here in Cambra pot up nation-state spice network has been providing out of the communications portfolio. The high to mission since its launch in two thousand fourteen and rights of adults journey to actually get to astroid where Yuga in the first place and locals IVA the last few days and house they suppo-. Pointing the spacecraft as landed the first two full Rovers on the surface of the asteroid. I have successful contact. We've both of the space craft and the next big event guess comes on the third of October, win the mascot Rover touches down. Yes. This certainly the the plan for early Taiba to sit down mascot, a much larger Rover than previously would they to sort of almost biscuit tins is Minova spacecraft, and there's also the Minova to to Roe v at to land. Is will the fourth of these Rovers? Yeah. So that may look sometime into twenty nine out of the ongoing planning to the mission will be to look for other landing sites where they can play these quite dynamic little vehicles that are going to sort of been themselves about in the incredibly low gravity asteroid sixty thousand tonnes wake then implanted gravity because that's been the big problem in the past hasn't. I mean you're gonna have to think back to the Rosetta mission from the European Space Agency where gravity played, let's face it, not insignificant role. In Phillies failure to be anchor it self and stay on the ground when it got they had landing on the very small world is very difficult. I mean, the shape of them in that gravity is pulling in multiple directions at of gravity courses incredibly low. This themselves is not sort of nice, solid ground. Like we think here it's really jumbled collection of rocks and material. So you do not know what you're going to find. And certainly a high of busy team. They've got a lot of experience that they can call on their first mission, high Busa, one deployed reiver's that actually missed the asteroid that they are coming for. So they've gone to a lot of extra care to take those lessons of the past and make sure that they get a successful touchdown with these first of these full rivers. Of course, the base craft itself has got to land and take its own samples from the surface of the asteroid, and then eventually return that is worth landing them out at tried to. So it's gonna be quite interesting. Imagine against return from. The spice crossed over the next. She is so we can really understand much more characteristics Avesta Royds and this story about the solar system life in the solar system and even their potential. Fritz Planeta. That's the ceasefire as Glenn Nagel from MRs deep space communications complex in camera. The high boosted spacecraft will deploy to more Rovers and other small rove the Minova to two and the mission's primary Landa, ten kilogram mascot Rover, which will touchdown on October. The third mascot carries an infrared spectrometer, a magnetometer, a radiometer and a camera to image the small scale structure distribution and texture of the regular. It's designed to move across the surface by tumbling to reposition itself..

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"glenn nagel" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

13:27 min | 2 years ago

"glenn nagel" Discussed on WGN Radio

"I fields matters because you cameras up and walking off under his own power. That's certainly a good sign. But the downside is on this drive, which you absolutely have to have to have any hope you've lost a guy who here tonight has eleven catches for one hundred twenty five yards in two touchdowns. All those are career highs. Eighteen yard pickup. Burst down with the three five three twenty three left thirty nine twenty eight accurate. Cats. Go FDA snap to Thorson steps up. Tries to Roddy. Sack for the first time tonight. I think this will go as the sack boxing and Williams team up on it. Cats had not given what up that's the six sack allowed this year. But the first tonight second four four four three minutes to go to the game. Wildcats. Four wide receivers snap took Thorson looking down. The middle of the field. The pass hauled in by fled. Nagel is a first down down the twenty four yard line. A Charlie festival or baked up fast. Reception. His second catch tonight on the fifteenth snapped at Thorson Claydon under some pressure now tries to dump it off the left. Flyers Alarkkan in short a kind of moderate down there. And it might have been tipped by Jamal Davis that brings up second down at ten o'clock. Stop to forty two Wildcats are out of timeouts second at running back. Asked a fourth tip for the Akron zips good. Yeah. They do job their second down and ten to forty romantic into game at the twenty four yard line of Akron. Snap took Thorson. Winds up throwing too far for diving Riley lease thirteen yard line and brings up third down attempt. Thirty nine twenty eight. Two thirty six remaining third down and ten here for the cats. Are they accurate twenty four? Go empty trips left. The wide shot of the field the snap to Thorson played drops. Now floats at towards the end zone. And it is incomplete nearly hall by Goldman in the end zone. I don't know if it was was it. Was it a drop Andy Andy are spider have Binoche Sam. And he said he dropped it. It wasn't a tip. Yeah. There was just the think. A hands in his. So it is fourth down last gasp year for the Wildcats or over four on fourth down tonight. Out a tab at the twenty four yard line. Two receivers left hurdle. Right. Down play for the cats Thorson scrambling tiller right surveys the field floats to the back of the end zone. Leaping. Patch? Touchdown. Zone. Leave fats Clayton Thorson running outta ruled as he threw that ball there. Three defenders around him and sporadic went up and got it handicaps are gone yet with two twenty one to go Thorson exactly what he's doing his space. He knew he hit it for the rainbow up there. And he said I got one chance and that's sclerotic at six four to twenty five at the back of the endzone. Did he make the catch and they're going to review it, of course? But they call it a catch Adam Hogue for the wintrust sideline report. You saw it. Right. Yeah. Right down here in front of me. There's only one guy on the field that could have caught that ball garage. And that foot was involved just barely. But I was standing right here. It was about. And the next thing is is did he have total control. Adam. It seemed like he did all the all the way through the catch. Okay. Squeeze that thing that I don't think that's in question. All I think it could put but it was about. All right. So. Once this play is. Officially upheld. We have accurate player. Probably cramping up is down. Then the cats will go for two here. Trying to make it a three point game. And then buckle up case. Two twenty one to go thirty nine thirty four the score at the moment. Clayton Thorson tonight. Thirty three of fifty one three hundred eighty three yards three touchdowns the three hundred eighty three yards for Clayton. Thorson? A new career high. Let's get an update on Cameron green atom hope. Yeah. I I don't think this is good news. They did take his helmet away. I'm still waiting Fisher word by usually when they take the helmet away. He's not coming back. Here comes the call the place stanzas called on the field. Touchdown. Is it too little too late for the Wildcats? That's the question right now. They will. Needless to say, go for two. Trying to make it a three point game. Larkin the running back. Clayton Thorson the quarterback. Scott pray there and man Jerry both in their super backs. They moved to the right side. Thorson rolls to the right Thorson. Looking throws to the end zone. It is incomplete. Played as the ruling Glenn Nagel the intended receiver look trauma. Here for a moment. Like he was caught. But the official immediately ruled it incomplete. Yeah. It was tapping to catch it. Just showed it all the replay appear the crowd reaction. Keep showing it black. I don't know. We just got another look at it. But. We'll see at the moment they called it. An incomplete pass thirty nine thirty four accurate to twenty one to go really play was pass the players under further review. Glendale, certainly thought he caught it. What did you think? Adam hogue? I look like a catch to me live in the official that called an incomplete was behind NATO when Nagel rolled over his back was to the officials. Saw I was a little surprised that he made that call. What is interesting though, it's been really argue. It looks like he turned around and said, wait a minute. I got this ball here. Well, he looked a little confused that has called incomplete. But he didn't really argue back. I thought it was a catch down here. Live. So to twenty one to go. This play under review. Thorson review ruling incomplete passes confirmed. Five point eight thirty nine thirty four. And let's face it at all ages on the on site. Anyway. That's out of timeouts again. Stop the clock. Got it. Seven catches eighty eight yards and a touchdown tonight is first touchdown of the year. Five last year. And luckily ball. Will attack the onside kick here it is. And all is immediately grabbed by an Akron, zip Jamal dirt. Johnny Boris on a hands team up front at the northwestern forty nine yard line. So that should pretty well. Seal it for the zips. So brief glimmer of hope there to twenty to go the cats can't stop the clock. Thirty four accurate. Western. That'll be the wildcat locker room. We'll hear from head coach, Pat. Fitzgerald grabs a player or to our post game show sands the running back first down to the forty nine Nelson rolling to the right now, he's gonna take the slide back at the forty three yard line accurate clock moving to tend to go. And again, the cats can't stop it. Nachman's gonna use every second. They can. Akron with a five point lead. After trailing at halftime twenty one to three. A very disappointing start to the home schedule for the Wildcats to say, the least barring something miraculous right here. What area Smith out to the left Stewart to the right? The quarterback Nelson. Nelson rolls to the left now. Scrambling and cut down at the forty two yard line. Thirty remaining Nelson tonight seventeen or twenty seven passing two hundred seventy seven yards two touchdowns. He lost two yards hair. Fourteen carries forty four yards rushing for Nelson. This gable? Have I was state's tension next week. Names. Third down nineteen yards to go one minute to go. Darius Smith to the left. Receiver to the rights doer. They're not gonna throw here though, Nelson. Rolling to the right now. Cats and cover them up Jared McGee catered ounce down at the thirty four yard line. Forty two seconds to go thirty seconds on the shot clock. Here's a nine second differential. Fourth-down coming up here for falsified birth. Down at twenty six twenty six seconds to go to the game. Play clock down to fifteen. Neither team house out. Yeah. Left for down fifteen seconds or team. Ten seconds to go in the game play clock now for one zero delay a game accurate. Game the offense five yard penalty. So seven seconds showing on the clock. Akron leading thirty nine to thirty four. This game is four hours. The amount of storing thirty view reviews, some injuries and a lot of penalties. Two teams have combined for seventeen penalties for one hundred seventy yards. And although snap at one more time here. Seven seconds to go Nelson with six with five. Now, he just heaves it out of bounds. With two seconds left. And so the cats are going to have it play here. Not sure charge seen that strategy deployed very often to two seconds left. The Wildcats with the ball. The Akron thirty yard line. Would take something miraculous, right? Clayton Thorson brings the Cavs offense onto the field. What last time two seconds left thirty nine thirty four accurate. Trips right. Thorson with Larkin to his left. Snapped to Thorson one second time is expired. He rolls to the right stops. Now floated toward the end zone. Going to be jump ball at the end zone, and it is broken up. Incomplete. The ball game is over the Akron zips have come into Ryan field and knocked off the northwestern. Wildcats for their first win over a big ten team in modern times thirty nine thirty four acrid hands. The Wildcats their second consecutive loss. Three defensive touchdowns scored by zips in this game is they came back from down eighteen at halftime to beat the cats thirty nine thirty four. We'll take a break and we'll recap in just a moment. Thanks. This is north western football presented by with Trump..

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"glenn nagel" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"glenn nagel" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Here support that. Six thirty four caps go, for fifty eight percent on down a year ago what for five of the bowl game snap to Thorson Time now. I float down the far side to four over through Glenn nagel And the cats turn it over on downs here with nine twenty one to go leading by four thirty one twenty seven Purdue takes over time out northwestern thirty one Purdue. Twenty seven this is north western football presented by wintrust, on seven twenty WGN choosing an energy company raises many questions who can meet my electricity, natural gas. Work smarter we're gonna find a company to do business with who knows the market best options to fit my niece millions of homes. And businesses there's one answer constellation Dicky's of market intelligence and. Proven solutions, trustee, energy, energy, efficient, simple. Inciteful inflexible that's what makes constellation America's. Energy choice learn more constellation dot com slash. Energy pillow I'm Dan feels to become a member of the fields family with more than thirty five thousand vehicles. Sold annually you can get a great offer like this lease a new two thousand eighteen many as. E country Eamon all four three fifty nine per month for thirty six months in many of Chicago you also get our fields amenities include free loaners, car washes. And our door make half as well I know if I come in I'll have a car to go home with because they're wonderful. People to deal with the services tastic and all the amenities. He get, miniature, kogo, on, diversity, fields. I that many of Chicago dot com. We really think fields treats us as members. Of a family because the service that's provided is incredible available to qualified.

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