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"italian space agency" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

NEWS 88.7

05:05 min | Last month

"italian space agency" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

"Is the vice mayor of Surfside. She's met some of the families of the residents of the apartment building who are still missing. Was at the family briefing yesterday morning. That was how my day started. There was another one today. I just couldn't get over there. The family briefing yesterday was quite difficult because at that point we didn't have more news. So I think now that we're getting more news, it doesn't make it easier, But at least they're getting some answers. There were several distraught relatives there. There was one woman with five Children missing. There's another woman who's missing her husband and child. This is just heartbreaking. I mean, what There's nothing you can tell them, presumably other than they'll just need to wait and See what happens with the the search and rescue mission? Yes, I mean, all we can really do is reassure that we will find answers. We are working on an independent investigation with structural engineering company we've hired and they're also going to Work with satellite infrastructure monitoring system that will help us identify vulnerabilities. You know, our intention is to keep everyone safe and make sure everyone is safe. And do our best in the recovery efforts here. We have assistance from many municipalities. Miami Dade County is in charge of the rescue and recovery and we've had to so much volunteers an outpouring of love and assistance, and I'm very grateful for that for my residents. What more can you tell us about this report was made public, which highlighted a major error in the original design. Of the blog. I saw that report. It identified several deficiencies. In fact, I just reviewed the full report because I hadn't seen all of the information. The reports. I saw definitely identified critical structural issues, and I'm not sure why it wasn't addressed, and that's what we're trying to get to the bottom of because in my role on a commission These issues would not come to me unless it was specifically brought to me by a resident or staff member, and it wasn't brought to me. I've found it the same time that the press reviewed it. Other discussions underway with the building's owners at the moment. I'm not sure that there are discussions going with them. I think the focus mainly is on the rescue and recovery, finding the family members. At some point, I'm sure we will have those discussions and you know, we'll bring in whoever we need to bring in their can assist with that. But as you say that, of course, the absolute emphasis at the moment is on, you know, finding those who are missing and 24 7 operation. As you say, That's just going to Continue until until the last owners is turned over, I guess correct and to give you a little bit of behind the scenes with our staff, our staff has been elevated to shift where they're working. Many more hours to assist. All the staff departments are assisting. You know, we've had our community center open 24 hours for the last three days. That was the first place where the displaced residents and visitors were sent to everyone has been relocated into a hotel since Friday morning. And, you know, Tom clerk and attorneys are working to find all these records because we've been inundated with record requests, basically for the same material. That's why there is the link on the of all the records request that we found so far in there. Still gathering more information were pulled in a lot of directions, and I'm trying to be out there for the people. So they see that we're here and we're working and we're here for them. And I've been out there a lot, but I also have to feel the calls from people such as yourself, James and provide the information of what I know. Now I understand it's it's clearly very, very stressful time for you. I just wonder about neighboring Residents. They must be worried with the question marks over what happened. What are you able to give them reassurances? Am. I mean, and you mean it within Surfside? Yes. Yes, I am. Because I feel that in a situation like this, you have to use your intuition and do what is best for you. If you do not feel safe in your structure, I suggest you leave and if you need assistance in relocation Contact the town and we can help you. I am in the kind of four blocks away. I feel safe in my building. We have engaged satellite infrastructure monitoring company that works with the Italian space agency. They will be evaluating the town infrastructure. Tom White And identify the vulnerable areas. And once we have that information, we will know which buildings are potentially vulnerable, and we would definitely notify those residents in take action Until we have that information. I have to assume that everyone is safe. If anyone doesn't feel safe, they should leave and we will system So you're there for them. We are there for them. 100% that was Tina Paul, the vice mayor of Surfside in Florida. Attempts to hold large pharmaceutical companies accountable for America's opioid.

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"italian space agency" Discussed on Quirks and Quarks

Quirks and Quarks

12:12 min | 1 year ago

"italian space agency" Discussed on Quirks and Quarks

"So what are you going to see all the way in as it's heading towards the straight so from the camera will be able to get really close views of the actual impact site because that's what that cameras going to be looking at when it comes in but Dr Actually has accused sat with it too. It's called Leah Q. The Light Italian cubes for imaging of Asteroids and it's contributed by the Italian Space Agency riding along on the NASA dark mission and about five days ahead of time the DART spacecraft will kick this little cubes out off and kick it far enough away that it doesn't hit the asteroid but it will be able to take some pictures of the actual impact when it happens because you have to asteroids here going around each other in space. How does that enable will you to track what happened with the telescopes on Earth from Earth telescopes. They look like a single point of light. You can't actually make out the fact that it's two asteroids but what you can can make out is that the brightness of that point of light changes roughly on this twelve hour period and that's because the smaller asteroid passes in front of or behind the larger asteroid and as it does this it changes the brightness so it's like a little mini clock out there that you can look with your telescopes and you can see very accurately what that period is and it's actually eleven hours and fifty two minutes right now and so after the DART spacecraft crashes into the smaller one. We'll look at telescopes see what that period is and we don't know what the exact the answer is going to be. Which is why we're doing this test but the the models suggests. It's going to be something a change of about ten minutes while we keep having these asteroids showing up almost by surprise the one just win by the earth. We only heard about it a couple of days before what's being done to try to monitor these things that are out there well. There's a lot that's being done. I'm using Earth based assets. We've got telescopes that are tracking these these objects but yeah there's we believe that of something about the size of Dart's target this one hundred and sixty meters sort of object. We think that we are only actively tracking about a third of that population right now in the near Earth object space so we think that there's about two thirds of those asteroid population that are still waiting to be discovered. and one of the good ways to do that is to put something into space pity that a lot of the recommendations have been to do a space space telescope to search for near. Earth Asteroids and I think that it's getting closer to show thank get very much for your time. Thank you for having me Dr Nancy Xiaobo's Coordination Lead for Nastase Double Asteroid Redirection test. She's also a planetary scientist pissed at Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory in Laurel Maryland. Will they lost the election now. They want to steal this. Would this president of the United States stooping.

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"italian space agency" Discussed on WBAI

WBAI

10:36 min | 2 years ago

"italian space agency" Discussed on WBAI

"Of New York, and this is exploration. Every can exploration we discussed the fascinating world of science and has impact on society and today leading off we're going to summarize. Well, the big stories of two thousand eighteen one were the big stories in science and technology that will affect your life and the lives of your loved ones as well. As the future of humanity itself. We'll talk about a number of topics today. First of all leading off the number one story is climate change the United Nations released a devastating report backed by ninety scientists and six thousand peer reviews, stating that watch out in the coming decades. Temperatures could rise one and a half degrees, which could set off a chain reaction of negative environmental effects. So we'll talk about that. As the lead story for two. Thousand eighteen and then we're gonna talk about outer space. Yes. The Mars inside probe landed successfully on the surface of Mars, and it's going to begin a series of experiments determine the internal structure of the red planet. And then the question is well is there water liquid water on the red planet? Well, the Italian space agency says yes using ground penetrating radar. They were able to find a gigantic liquid water lake underneath the polar ice caps. And then the Japanese sent a space probe passed an asteroid, which then brings to the fore the question of well, whether or not it's possible to mind the asteroid belt. Some people think there's a gold mine out there and with our ability to reach out and actually landed on asteroids, if then raises the possibility of one day last sewing and asteroid bringing it back down to earth and harvesting the platinum base and rare earth elements of an asteroid which in principle could re billions of dollars in process prophets. And then of course, the space force is dominating the news. We already have the coastguard the marines. We have the army the navy and now a space force. Well, the Trump administration is going out to convince the American people that we need a space for us. But what are the pros and cons of one day? If we begin the process of militarising outer and we'll talk about the outer space treaty of nineteen sixty seven does it need to be revised. And then leaving outerspace. Will summarize the top news about. Inner space the leading story today concerns genetic engineering experiments done in China, some of them perhaps unauthorized creating a tremendous amount of controversy, the crisper techniques which allows you to to cut and paste jeans almost like using a pair of scissors. Allows scientists to begin the process of genetically engineering embryos. And so there was the announcement in China that yes, human embryos, were in fact, genetically engineered to make them less susceptible to HIV, and is creating quite a bit of controversy. And also the Chinese announced that they successfully cloned a monkey for the first time in history. For decades. It seemed scientists said that well, we've never been able to clone a primate we've been able to clone farm animals we clone household pets, but primates is simply too difficult. Well, the Chinese did it they've cloned a monkey the first primate ever to be cloned. And then the question is well are humans next and then talking about DNA scientists found evidence of early humans ninety thousand years ago inside Syria, which were inbred that is able to a cross between two species, the NFL and the Denisovans, and it's sort of like Lord of the rings member that movie Lord of the rings where we have elves and orcs, and humans we have this zoo. This imagine we have this menagerie of human species, but who are different and disliked the Lord of the rings, some people. I think that today as we go back into the past with DNA techniques. Today's technology allows us to recreate the family tree of humans, and we find that there are many more branches than we thought and some of these branches well interbred with each other ninety thousand years ago, there was a female that was a byproduct of Denisovans Neanderthal match. And so it leads went to believe that well, perhaps our family tree is a little bit more inbred than we originally thought. And then remember that movie Jurassic Park a lot of scientists pooh-poohed it saying that come on give me a break. I mean, amber that in cases life forms preserved for over sixty five million years come on give me a break. Well, here's a discovery that was announced snake embryos encased in amber were tested, and they were found to be a hundred and five million. Years old let me repeat that again. Snake embryos encased in amber were found to be one hundred and five million years old much older, then when the dinosaurs died out, and then the question is will one day, perhaps we might find dinosaur DNA encased in amber. Well, we'll have to wait and see about that one. Also on the medical front Alzheimer's in the news. You know, it's almost like monotonous every year on exploration. We say that we have not made any progress at all at all reversing the horrible effects of Alzheimer's disease. Perhaps some of your relatives died of Alzheimers, and you know, the anguish that we face my mother died of Alzheimer's disease. And I've seen firsthand with the ravages of this is these could be could it robs you of your memories, and your a density, and who you are. For the first time in years. We can report some good news on the Alzheimer's front. The Gladstone institute in San Francisco for the first time in history, we're able to actually reverse some of the ravages in humans not in mice in humans and also in California. Another study was done in mice this time, which actually show that you can reverse some of the effects of Alzheimer's by attacking the enzymes responsible for creating the beta amyloid plaques. This is good news. Now, again, we don't want to raise hopes to high. This does not mean that we have a cure for Alzheimer's. But for the first time, we can actually contemplate reversing some of the effects of Alzheimer's disease. And speaking about the medical front. Let's also say a few things about D N A, especially as regards to the unveiling of criminals in cold cases, cold cases, that we're essentially buried decades ago, but can be solved now using familial DNA. So we'll talk about the promise, but also perhaps the drawbacks of it. Some civil libertarians say that it raises question of invasion of privacy because your DNA is being used to find criminals in your family tree. Other people say, well, what's wrong with that? I mean, they're criminals after all, yes, they are related to by blood. But why should we defend criminals when they in turn can go out and kill and rape, even more individuals. Well, let's just jump right into some of the top stories of twenty eighteen twenty eighteen was quite a year. We've seen tremendous disruptions. Taking place in the atmosphere. Look at what's happening to California is almost unrecognizable the devastation the forest fires. For example, the droughts you name it California's had problems with the weather, and then we have this gloomy. United Nations report backed by ninety scientists and it was peer review by six thousand scientists and it painted a rather gloomy picture of what happened between twenty thirty and twenty fifty two at the current rate were headed for a rise in temperature of one and a half degrees. Now, you may say to yourself. Well, that's not much temperature goes up ten twenty degrees just in a season. But then you realize that this is the average rise for the entire planet earth. And you realize they're going back before the industrial revolution. We've only had about one degree rise since the beginning of the. The machine age, and so this could be potentially catastrophic. The most immediate effect would be sea level rise certain island nations will disappear major cities could go underwater or need very expensive dikes and levees to preserve them. Look at Venice. For example, many days of the year say Markelle plazas actually underwater look at New Orleans parts of New Orleans are actually below sea level. And so we're talking about a tremendous change in the way, we view the environment and cities and island nations. I live in Manhattan, and we realized that the southern part of Manhattan is lower than the northern part. And what lies in the southern part of Manhattan, Wall Street. So you could imagine that there would be an outcry to have levees and dikes and all sorts of different kinds of mechanisms to prevent Wall Street from going under way. Water. And then look what's happening to the poles the North Pole and the south pole in the north polar region. We're seeing large areas of Alaska Siberia, begin the process of thawing out, I won't smoke in Siberia a few years ago, and the Siberians they're actually told me.

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"italian space agency" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"italian space agency" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

"The sun. And sometimes we will learn new information separately or together and sometimes. In fact, will learn revelations that turned the original facts on their head so come along with us just a little further into the darkness as we look back on twenty eight teen and all its ugly disturbing glory, and assuming that Matt Nolan I survive this recording will also make a few guesses about the cover ups conspiracies and allegations we can expect to find in twenty nineteen. I know I made that sound like a bummer. I know it sound like it's just going to get worse. Yeah. I mean, it does imply that perhaps we'll be talking about the Mueller investigation. So to keep this from sounding completely apocalyptic and to keep it from being an absolute Downer such as the troubling Kurram cult case, a we thought we could start off with some of the good things that our species did across twenty eighteen some of the real milestones of innovation. Impressive positive discoveries and breakthroughs that we've made there's so much stuff like space. We launched a bunch of stuff in space recently. It's true a bunch of stuff and here are some of that bunch in planetary exploration. The NASA insight size Malla g probe launched in may of twenty eighteen and landed on the planet Mars in November. Then we've got the Parker solar probe which launched to explore the son in August, two thousand eighteen and reached its first ah believe the word is para helium, Ben. But I'm gonna need you to help me fill in some gambled. It nailed it. My friend perihelion the point at which orbit of. A heavenly object comes closest to the sun. Yes. That's the that's the very one, Ben. Thank you. And then on the twentieth of October, the ESA and j x a or as I like to refer to them ISA and Jaksa they're like brother and sister like mortal combat contenders or something like that launched Beppe Colombo BP. I think it's bet be happy to mercury like. But Buca Debbie that the more fun to say a lot of fun to say that way all the potentially problematic. But I think we're fine with it to mercury that's where it went on a ten year mission featuring several fly bys and eventually deployed to orbiters in twenty twenty five to study the local terrain, which is a huge deal because mercury is super inhospitable. I mean, it's not, you know, Jupiter Venus level inhospitable, but 'cause it's not a gas giant. But it's a it's got a large variance of temple. It's not for earthlings or earth things. Just hanging out right there by the sun. We never a great idea yet. And the big one of the big reveals is we found water on Mars. So if you are in the audience, and you have for years been saying, there's more to Mars than people want you to know in a way, you are correct. For a long time people thought that rumors of water on Mars were just alarmist stuff or wishful thinking, but on July twenty fifth twenty eighteen the Italian space agency announced researchers discovered an underground lake on Mars, the Mars advanced radar for subsurface. And I honest fear sounding instrument or marshes uncovered this stuff using ground penetrating radar. It's a subglacial lake. It's it's more than twelve miles wide. And it's three feet deep that last parts anticlimactic, really wild. I I was really hoping. You're going to say underground lair on Mars that would have been really cool. Hey, we haven't examined a ton of the Martian underground also the Martian underground sounds like a good band name toot..

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"italian space agency" Discussed on WBAI

WBAI

06:26 min | 2 years ago

"italian space agency" Discussed on WBAI

"Every can exploration we discussed the fascinating world of science and its impact on society and today leading our forgiveness summarize, well, the big stories of two thousand eighteen what were the big stories in science and technology that will affect your life and the lives of your loved ones as well. As the future of humanity itself. We'll we'll talk about a number of topics today. First of all leading off the number one story is climate change the United Nations released a devastating report backed by ninety scientists and six thousand few reviews stating that watch out in the coming decades. Temperatures could rise one and a half degrees, which could set off a chain reaction of negative in Navarre mental. Effects? So we'll talk about that as the lead story for two thousand eighteen and then we're gonna talk about outer space. Yes, the Mars inside probe landed successfully on the surface of Mars, and it's going to begin a series of experiments to determine the internal structure of the red planet. And then the question is well is there water liquid water on the red planet? Well, the Italian space agency says yes using ground penetrating radar. They were able to find a gigantic liquid water lake underneath the polar ice caps. And then the Japanese sent a space probe passed an asteroid, which then brings to the fore the question of whether or not it's possible to mind, the asteroid belt, some people think there's a gold mine out there and with our ability to reach out and actually landed on asteroids, then raises the possibility of one day Lhasa. A wing an asteroid bringing it back down to earth and harvesting the platinum based at rare earth elements of an asteroid which in principle could re billions of dollars in process prophets. And then of course, the space force is dominating the news. We already have the coastguard the marines. We have the army the navy and now a space force. Well, the Trump administration is going all out to convince the American people that we need space for us. But what are the pros and cons of one day? If we begin the process of militarising outer space, and we'll talk about the outer space treaty of nineteen sixty seven does it need to be revised. And then leaving outerspace. Will summarize the top news about inner space. The leading story today concerns genetic engineering experiments done in China some of them perhaps unearth rise creating a tremendous amount of crunch. The crisper techniques which allows you to to cut and paste jeans almost like using a pair of scissors. Allow scientists to begin the process of genetically engineering embryos. And so there was the announcement in China that yes, human embryos, were in fact, genetically engineered to make them less susceptible to HIV, and is creating quite a bit of controversy. And also the Chinese announced that they successfully cloned a monkey for the first time in history. You know for decades. It seem scientists said that well, we've never been able to clone a primate we've been able to clone farm animals, we can clone household pets, but primates is simply too difficult. Well, the Chinese did it they've cloned a monkey the first primate ever to be cloned. And then the question is well are humans next and then talking about DNA scientists found evidence of early humans ninety thousand years ago inside Syria, which were inbred that is able to cross between two species Neanderthal and the Denisovans, and it's sort of like Lord of the rings member that movie Lord of the rings where we have elves and orcs, and humans we have this zoo. This imagine we have this menagerie of human species, but who are different and disliked the Lord of the rings, some people. I think that today as we go back into the past with DNA techniques. Today's technology allows us to recreate the family tree of humans, and we find that there are many more branches than we thought and some of these branches well interbred with each other ninety thousand years ago, there was a female that was a byproduct of the Nisa then and and the NFL match, and so it leaves went to believe that well, perhaps our family tree is a little bit more inbred than we originally thought. And then remember that movie Jurassic Park a lot of scientists pooh-poohed saying that come on give me a break. I mean, amber that in cases lifeforms preserve over sixty five million years come on give me a break. Well, here's a discovery that was announced snake embryos encased in amber were tested, and they were found to be a hundred and five million. Nine years old. Let me repeat that again. Snake embryos encased in amber were found to be one hundred and five million years old much older, then when the dinosaurs died out, and then the question is will one day, perhaps we might find dinosaur DNA in case in amber. Well, we'll have to wait and see about that one. Also on the medical front Alzheimer's in the news. It's almost like monotonous every year on exploration. We say that we have not made any progress at all at all every verse the horrible effects of Alzheimer's disease, perhaps some of your relatives died of Alzheimers, and you know, the anguish that we face my mother died of Alzheimer's disease. And I've seen firsthand with the ravages of this is these could be could it robs you of your memories and your identity, and who you are. For the.

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"italian space agency" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

03:36 min | 3 years ago

"italian space agency" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"All right, we're back. It is. It's the twenty first century. Bring bring me technology. Yeah, we, we have humans in space. We don't have any. We haven't been back to the moon. We haven't sent people to Mars or Venus as far as you know. Well, I know I'm gonna say, I know for certain that hasn't happened, but we have come up with ingenious solutions for putting hot coffee and people's faces without burning them or making them clamp their mouth over the top of the Cup, like a cone head, right, it is it. It truly is joking aside. It is a testament to human engineering that we actually have an Espresso machine. That functions in orbit in is functioning in orbit right now. It's pretty awesome. Yeah, it's called the, they call it the ISS press. Oh. So it's the is I'm not sure how we should we should. We should pronounce it on the show here. I s Bresson ISS presto because then it ends with the s. Espresso. Yeah, it's, I think it die over thinking it here definitely works better reading it in your head versus speaking allow. But but yeah, this is this is the device. Some of the key design challenge is here of course, is we've discussed come down to water containment and sanitation you want to keep the heated water contained. You can't just people leaking out over the place and and it has to do its thing with with the the grind, the grounds as well. You wanted to absorb the exact. Oh, you know, correct amount of oils passes through at the correct temperature. Also, you're gonna have a big problem if your machine is difficult to clean. Yes. Yeah. It basically has to be self cleaning or just a very clean processes to begin with. You can't again, there's no kitchen sink that you can take the thing apart in at the end of the day, there has to be. A better way. Yes, and and there is so as detailed in the in the right up, ISS press, o development and operations by Vallario detained, and Joshua hall published in the journal of space, safety engineering, and twenty fifteen Italian designers at the engineering firm. Argo tech worked with the Lavazza coffee company and the Italian space agency, and they set out to conquer all of these challenges and bring a new kind of coffee into orbit to to create what we've come to know as the s press. Oh, well, I hate to just openly celebrate cultural stereotypes, but I'm glad it was the Italians who made it happen. Yeah, it it feels right, doesn't it? And I think they realized it too. They said, look, somebody's got to step up and make coffee work in microgravity and it. It should be the Italians. So the the finished result is in many ways, a kind of super Keurig cut machine. Okay. It looks kind of like a three d. printers. Well, nice. If you look at the images of it. So here's what the device does pretty straightforward except highly engineered. You have the water, it heats it up it, shoots it through a prepackaged capsule and into a pouch, which then is either consumed from a straw that was the original design or now is actually a added to our special zero g Cup. Well, that sounds nice, but it also makes it sound very simple. I suspect you're skipping a little bit of detail. Yes. So there are a number of details here is more complicated. It sounds for starters, you still have to hit some key temperatures to make a proper Cup of coffee. Oh, yeah. So it needs to hit the water needs to hit the grounds at two hundred and eight degrees Fahrenheit or anoint ninety eight degrees centigrade. And it needs to leave the brewing unit at one hundred sixty seven degrees Fahrenheit or seventy five degrees centigrade. This is a home coffee making tip if your home coffee machine makes bad coffee..

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"italian space agency" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

03:36 min | 3 years ago

"italian space agency" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"All right, we're back. It is. It's the twenty first century. Bring bring me technology. Yeah, we have humans in space. We don't have any. We haven't been back to the moon. We haven't sent people to Mars or Venus as far as you know. Well, I know I'm gonna say, I know for certain that hasn't happened, but we have come up with ingenious solutions for putting hot coffee in people's faces without burning them or making them clamp their mouth over the top of the Cup, like a cone head, right, it is it. It truly is joking aside. It is a testament to human engineering that we actually have an Espresso machine. That functions in orbit in is functioning in orbit right now. It's pretty awesome. Yeah, it's called the, they call it the ISS press. Oh. It's the is I'm not sure exactly how we should. We should. We should pronounce it on the show. Here. I s s s s press because then it ends with the s. Espresso. Yeah, it's, I think it di- over thinking it here definitely works better reading it in your head versus speaking out, but but yeah, this is this is the device. Some of the key design challenge is here of course, is we've discussed come down to water containment and sanitation you wanna keep the heated water contained. You can't just be leaking out over the place and and it has to do its thing with with the grind, the grounds as well. You wanted to absorb the exact. Oh, you know, correct amount of oil as it passes through at the correct temperature. Also, you're gonna have a big problem if your machine is difficult to clean. Yes. Yeah, it it basically has to be self cleaning or just a very clean processes to begin with. You can't again, there's no kitchen sink. The can take the thing apart in at the end of the day, there has to be. A better way. Yes, and and there is so as detailed in the in the right up, ISS press, o development and operations by Vallario Daytona and Joshua hall published in the journal of space, safety engineering, and twenty fifteen Italian designers at the engineering firm. Argo tech worked with the Lavazza coffee company and the Italian space agency, and they set out to conquer all of these challenges and bring a new kind of coffee into orbit to to create what had we've come to know as the ISIS press. Oh, well ahead to just openly celebrate cultural stereotypes, but I'm glad it was the Italians who made it happen. Yeah, it feels right, doesn't it? And I think they realized that too. They said, look, somebody's gotta step up and make coffee work in microgravity and it. It should be the Italians. So the the finished result is in many ways, a kind of super Keurig Cup machine. Okay. It looks kind of like a three d. printers. Well, nice. If you look at the images of it. So here's what the device does pretty straightforward except you know, highly engineered. You add the water, it heats it up it, shoots it through prepackaged capsule and into a pouch, which then is either consumed from straw that was the original design or now is actually added to our special zero g Cup. Well, that sounds nice, but also makes it sound very simple. I suspect you're skipping a little bit of detail. Yes. So there are a number of details here is more complicated. It sounds for starters, you still have to hit some key temperatures to make a proper Cup of coffee. Oh, yeah. So it needs to hit the water needs to hit the grounds at two hundred and eight degrees Fahrenheit or annoyed ninety eight degrees centigrade and it needs to leave the brewing unit at one hundred sixty seven degrees Fahrenheit or seventy five degrees centigrade. This is a home coffee making tip if your home coffee machine makes bad coffee..

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"italian space agency" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

04:39 min | 3 years ago

"italian space agency" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"Found ourselves in agreement with the need Make, sure that there is a greater diversification for the sources Energy and to make. Sure that the roots the energy routes are diversified as well Finally I personally am. Sure that we could increase an improved relationship with the, United States at all levels and in particular in the in space and. Aerospace field we already have a great partnership between the Italian space agency a Naza so we hope that aerospace God will bring together the American technology Italian technology that. We can launch new aircraft Cross the atmosphere and we'll. Be able to bring the United States and Italy and together now and a half. This is a project that I'd. Like to speak in detail with the American administration I thank you for your attention Please Sager jetty thank you Daily caller thank you Mr President to follow up on what you, were. Saying about the shutdown sir are you saying that you would be willing to shut the government down in September if it does not fully fund twenty five billion dollars worth of your border wall and also deliver all of the immigration priorities that, you listed in your tweet or are you? Leaving some room for negotiation they're, always leave room for negotiation but. This has been many years this. Is in. Just Trump administration we're, new there's. Been many years even. Decades we have immigration. Laws we have border security we have all sorts of, things going. On that are it's disgraceful we. Are doing a, phenomenal job we're setting records but we. Have laws that don't work so we're working around. Those laws and it's unfortunate I have to take my hat off to the border patrols for, the law enforcement to ice which really has, been maligned by the, Democrats the job they do they go, into. These MS. Thirteen nests A message of bad bad people? Killers in many cases and they, go in there fearless and they. Do an incredible job and they. Get them. Out they go to, jail or. They get out of. The country so I. Wanna just take my hat off to ice and the, brave people. That have really been maligned by. The Democrats we, need border security without a border as. This gentleman can tell you also because the prime. Minister really was it was a very big factor in his win and other people's would in, Italy but it was a. Big factor in, my win we need, border security border security includes the wall But includes many. Other things we, have to end the lottery we'll have to, end the chain the chain is like a disaster you. Bring one person and you end up, with thirty, two people we have to end these horrible catch and relief released principles where you catch somebody. You take their name and you release them you don't even know who they are and then they're supposed to come back to a court case where they want. Us to hire thousands of judges all thing is ridiculous and. We have to change our laws and we do that through congress so I would certainly be willing to. Close it down, to get it done as you know. We are already approving things in various bills including we're going to be. Taking care of the military we always put the military law enforcement very high but, I would be certainly willing to consider a shutdown. If we don't get. Proper border security thank you Swiss searches to follow up on that quickly is the twenty five billion dollars red line. For you I have no red line unlike President Obama I just want great border security Okay Mister prime minister here in the United States amongst our, commentary there was a consensus that the president's appearance at the g seven and NATO damaged our relationship with those institutions as a member of both of those. Institutions what is your assessment of the president's appearance at? Both Both the seven and NATO at NATO if you had a very fruitful. Exchange views on the pinions and opposition.

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"italian space agency" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

03:07 min | 3 years ago

"italian space agency" Discussed on Here & Now

"For the first time scientists say they have detected water in underground lake on Mars. This raises the possibility of finding life on the red planet joining us now is Kelly Beatty senior editor at sky and telescope Kelly, hey, German. So how significant is this discovering? What do we know so far? This is an area of Mars that's near its permanent polar-cap south pole and the water's at the base of a thick layer of ice on top of the planet. We have things like that on earth under glaciers, for example. So this was expected, but it took years of probing this polar cap with radar onboard in orbiting spacecraft in order to get the right echo that gave them confidence in terms of its significance is really significant because we know the water's there. We, we suspected. It's been there for a long time, and now we have the proof and this was not nessa that found this. This is the Italian space agency, right? Because radar system is on European spacecraft called. Ars express. It's been there for fifteen years. NASA also has a spacecraft where the radar on it, but those scientists, the NASA scientists interpreted these same echoes as the temperature issue, not as liquid water. So there was a little bit of a competition there to see who would come up with this first. So what's the next step in terms of figuring out if there's life? Oh, boy. So the problem is that the temperature they suspect is about ninety degrees below zero Fahrenheit, and it's very difficult to get water to stay liquid that gives you unless you loaded up with a lot of different kinds of salts and freeze if you will, and whether life could be, you know, happy in such a in incredibly salty environment remains to be seen, maybe a little microbe. I mean, that's all that's the, that's the best you could hope for and and there are sorts of microbes who can tolerate salt on the earth. So maybe speaking of Mars, this is actually a great time for people here on earth to view the red planet Mars is making its closest. Coach to the earth since two thousand three. It's going to be brighter than all the planets, except Venus, what's the best time to see it? Well, Mars is reaching what's called opposition, which means it's opposite the sun in the sky, the sun sets on the other side of the horizon in the east. The March will be rising. So I would try as early as c. about ten o'clock the actual time when it's closest is three fifty AM eastern time on the thirty first. And at that time it will be about thirty five point eight million miles away which sounds like a long distance. But for Mars, it's really close. The planet itself will be brilliant and obvious. It'll be like a glowing ember in the sky. I have noticed in recent days that you can see a number of planets right now. They looked like these really bright stars. There are a lot of them in the sky at the moment. That's right. If you start in the west after sunset, that brilliant star, there is Venus and righteous planet. Then moving to the left toward the east. You have Jupiter Saturn, which is the demo. Of the lot. And then finally Mars, and they're in a big arc which is following the zodiac in the sky, and that's why those planets were along there. It's a great time. We can see four bright ones all at once. And can.

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"italian space agency" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"italian space agency" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Plans to return the, remains of some fifty five service, members on, Friday if, so they will eventually be. Flown to Hawaii for processing the second police officer within two months dies in, the line of duty in Milwaukee. It's a difficult time for the police department he's a seventeen year veteran By. The department, and a friend of mine police chief Afonso Morales witnesses say the gunman yelled I'm not going back to jail before opening fire the. Suspect was originally wanted on gun and drug. Charges he is in custody Scientists say they've made an amazing discovery on Mars. We're, talking about a lake of liquid water, on Mars right now if the findings are confirmed this is the discovery so many scientists have been, waiting for a, specific place to target in their search for micro alien life now the discovery. Was made not by NASA but by the Italian, space agency using one of the oldest spacecraft's still operational in, orbit around Mars the Mars express. They used ice penetrating radar to bounce radio waves off the surface of Mars and when they got to the, planet south, pole they noticed that the radar profile was very similar to lakes found underneath glaciers here on, earth, these researchers say they spent years digging through the data and now in a study published in the journal science they. Say they're convinced they found a roughly twelve mile long lake underneath the polar, ice cap in Washington. Kristen Fisher box news freezing water would be nice. Right now in the south west US where a heatwave. Is making everything and Site he'd alerts are going to be an effect eighty to ninety the range, inland valleys, ninety five two hundred twelve and in the desert hundred and ten to one hundred and twenty, the,.

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"italian space agency" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:49 min | 3 years ago

"italian space agency" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"To return the remains of some fifty five US. Service servicemembers, on Friday if so they will eventually be flown. To Hawaii for processing the second police officer within two months dies in the line. Of duty in Milwaukee a difficult time. For the police department He's a seventeen year veteran Was. Well loved by the department and a friend of mine, police chief Afonso Morales. Witnesses say the gunman yelled I'm not going back. To jail before opening fire the suspect was originally wanted. On gun and drug charges he, is in custody scientists say they've made. An amazing discovery on Mars we're talking about a lake of liquid, water on Mars right now, if the findings are. Confirmed this is the discovery so many scientists have been waiting for a specific place to target in their search. For, my Crowell alien life now the discovery, was made not by NASA but by the Italian space agency using one of the oldest spacecraft's still, operational in orbit, around Mars the Mars express, they used ice penetrating radar bounce radio waves, off the surface of Mars and when they got, to the planet south pole they noticed that the radar profile, was very similar to lakes found. Underneath glaciers here on earth these researchers say they spent years digging through the data and now in a study published in the Journal science they say they're convinced they found a roughly twelve mile long. Lake underneath the polar ice cap in Washington, Kristen Fisher Fox News freezing water would be nice right now on the south west US where heatwave, is making everything, in sight eight alerts that, are going to be in effect eighty to, ninety the range inland valleys ninety five two hundred, twelve and in the desert hundred ten to one hundred twenty, that's the Rangers for the heat. Advisories in the area meterologist Vanessa Boers with FOX eleven in LA I'm Carmen Roberts FOX News Radio From the train traffic center powered by climate design. Will receive good flowing traffic heading out of Pinellas county this morning is you have no delays on the, Howard, Franklin bridge Gandy. Bridge or the Courtney Campbell causeway what's your up the Howard Franklin 275 is moving very well into downtown. Tampa no delays on i. four and traffic is moving while on. Seventy five still working, a crash, in the, Brandon area on three zero one near seventy five no delays. On the interstate and you're traveling throughout county and you're. Moving well on the sunshine, skyway bridge AJ. Springer NewsRadio nine, seventy WFL, lay It is really, extra humid again today with that onshore wind flow and that's what's pushing the showers onto the coast this morning and the. Showers and thunderstorms will spread inland through the day rain chance at fifty percent and a high of ninety. The evening rain? Ends it's partly cloudy and muggy and seventy eight overnight tomorrow. Rain chance forty percent with a high of ninety one in a boating forecast southwest winds at ten to fifteen knots.

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"italian space agency" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"italian space agency" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Confirms to Fox News North Korea plans to return, the remains of some fifty five s servicemembers on Friday if so they will eventually be. Flown to Hawaii for processing the second police officer within two months dies in the line. Of duty in Milwaukee, it's a difficult time for the police department He's a seventeen year veteran It was well up by the department and a friend of. Mine police, chief of funds Morales. Witnesses say the gunman yelled I'm not going back. To jail before opening fire the suspect was originally wanted. On gun and drug charges he, is in custody scientists say they've made. An amazing discovery on Mars we're talking about a lake of liquid, water on Mars right now, if the findings are. Confirmed this is the discovery so many scientists have been waiting for a specific place to target in their. Search, for microbial alien life now the discovery, was made not by NASA but by the Italian space agency using one of the oldest spacecraft's still, operational in orbit, around Mars the Mars express they used ice penetrating radar to bounce radio waves. Off the surface of Mars and when they got, to the planet south pole they noticed that the radar profile, was very similar to lakes found. Underneath glaciers here on earth these researchers say they spent years digging through the data and now in a study published in the Journal science they say they're convinced they found a roughly twelve mile long lake. Underneath the polar icecap in Washington Kristen Fisher, Fox News freezing water would be nice right now in the southwest US where a heatwave is making, everything in sight, he'd alerts that are going to be in effect eighty to ninety the range. Inland in Bali ninety five two hundred twelve and, in the desert hundred and ten to one hundred twenty that's, the ranges for these heat advisories. In the area as.

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"italian space agency" Discussed on Hard Factor

Hard Factor

04:15 min | 3 years ago

"italian space agency" Discussed on Hard Factor

"The victim in bitcoin to avoid detection. So we all know what pets. This is going to be indicated from bitcoin, maybe ten percent this week to get on the train. Did you sell still have sold a buy back in or did you scammer you, this guy? No. I'm just saying, man, wait till September. I on stamps in your car. Twenty two thousand babies going to twenty two. On a side note a similar scam, but I think everyone should know about their is involved sending you an Email claiming to have hacked your search history porn sites, unless you pay them money, they'll share your perversions with your Facebook friends and Email contact. So I mean, basically everyone would know that I really love desks. West is west is a big time watches porn with desk in it. Like student teacher, detentions, if guys are just setting up desks for lonely, housewives into that part of it is the secretaries. The other half of it is he really wants a job, never been triangle guy. Yeah. Yeah. It's a fuck you to corporate. Wait a minute l. corporate life. Are you putting your Email address into point sites? No, I've never got excuse me ma'am. Where would you like this desk setup? I'm still waiting for my free shit west just just readjusted his pants. So the FBI incurred is anyone who receives these things to send complaints, internet crime complaint center and just be careful out there. All right. Well, the Italian space agency on Wednesday announced that they've discovered a large body of stable liquid water under about a mile of ice on Mars south pole. So also known as a lake. The Italians discovered this twelve mile wide lake using their radar radar system called Mars this, which is just Mars with an IS at the end of it, it orbits the red planet on the European Space Agency's Mars express spacecraft, which it sounds fancy. But when you look at it just looks like a normal satellite. So Mars has been collecting data from Mars southern hemisphere since twenty twelve, they discovered the lake because the water looks significantly different creates more bright reflections than the other solids around it like rock and ice. So that's why they think it's water. They're basing that off of reflections from fucking thing. They named Mars, like without any creativity, it could be anything. It could be a giant liquid monster, the fucker it's on Mars. They have no idea. Yeah, yeah, could be could it could be something else other than water, but it looks exactly like on radar what the subterranean lakes on earth look like. So that is bullshit. Yeah, they're pretty much like looking for a reason to send. Oppressively someone farts in the Italian space agency or whatever they sent a press release out into alliens are out there. A lot of scientists are saying, this is like pretty much ninety. Nine point, nine percent. This is water, but the reflections. Yeah, but they haven't ruled out giant space alien though. That's for sure. Disappoint again, man at probably. But the biggest questions now are these does the lake contain any biological life because all biological life needs is water something to live on and then just some sort of pre existing biological life. Are there any other subterranean lake some ours. So that's that's another big one. And then the final question everybody's asking himself is how soon until on musk drugs, everybody at burning man kidnaps them and start new county on Mars where he's the emperor. He's got someone to put it's fucking submarine now that's for sure. Yeah, he desperately wants to be an emperor. I'm glad you said. Yeah, wonder if mmediately just thought there's my new submarine doc. He definitely got most likely to be a number, whatever South African boys school. He went to the fucking nerve at south by southwest this year, someone asked him what kind of. Political thing that you have when you were in Mars needs like, I'm so glad you asked. We would have a direct democracy where everyone would get an equal say, and I was like, but you just instituted the fact that they have to have a fucking direct democracy taking away the entire point of direct democracy because you institute, right? It's the first emperor direct democracy. I mean, he's above the democracy. Let's not do that. After after the entire basis of the rest of our lives is set after guys can start everyone on brother..

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"italian space agency" Discussed on Hard Factor

Hard Factor

04:00 min | 3 years ago

"italian space agency" Discussed on Hard Factor

"Of our factor. It is Thursday, July twenty six top stories for the day marks gonna take one about Larry Nassar the sex doctor. He was assaulted in prison immediately upon release into general population. He certainly deserved it to. Yes, he did take one about the FBI warning against adultery scam in Jacksonville, Florida. This is basically just a PSA. Nice. I'm gonna take one about the Italian space agency discovering a lake on Mars and pats gonna take the soft corner. We're tossing the Hollywood star killer Austin clay into the soft corner. Don't you look in the eye. Mark, David away, disgraced, former sports. Dr. Larry Nassar was assaulted by inmates at his heirs on penitentiary. Mere hours just right away after being released in general population, it was like fucking dogs getting out of a cage after this guy according to his attorney and and him in a statement that shocked. Absolutely no one. So the guards were happy to let that happen. Ours is attorney still talking to them. The guards might have been in on it. Oh, yeah, absolutely. Yeah. So this this actually, though, is the reason they released it. This happened in may apparently the reason they release it now because it's a likely in an attempt to switch prisons furnace. Are he wants everyone like to let them be like, oh, let me go to a Cush prison because otherwise I want to get raped like he thinks that like there's a prison on earth that won't have him getting that type of treatment. Ours out there trying to figure out how many prison rapes he has to endure to get to a less rape. He prison prison with blind deaf people with no penises. He's completely delusional. He could go to the softest white collar prison, and he would still get raped by like a dirty accountant. So Nosov fifty four years old and he's serving sixty years in federal prison for possessing child pornography, which is interesting. Yeah, I don't know what that was. That was all about. Maybe just like pictures. He took. It wasn't just touching. He needed to have child porn to niceness are yeah. And he was also sent its top one hundred seventy five years in state prison for molesting seven girls, but that's not all the seven girls is not nearly the whole story on the Sar was accused of molesting hundreds of girls and women over two decades and Michigan state went ahead and settled with three hundred thirty two women for four hundred twenty five million and they set aside seventy five million in the settlement, the civil suit for future victims because there's plenty more because they're busy. Yeah. So I mean, what do you? What would you do if you were an assault? Like what are you discrim have aids. I what did you do? I would be like I gotta kills me gets my commissary. Account. Get killed. I have aids in prison, doesn't work anymore. I mean like it'll take out some of the population, but it's not going to eliminate everyone. Life ciphers don't care. They're lifers knuckles crack. He's like, I'm up. This one. Started the internet for comments, which one hundred percent of the internet comments. I dare you to find a comment that feels bad for learning. This are are pro him getting attacked in prison. So Alonzo Anthony says on Facebook. I wonder how Jared's doing with that foot long monthly special, always fresh, wait a minute. No eats eat fresh. Yeah, he completely bought she team for subway, eat fresh. He was so proud of that too. Pringles shouldn't pops stopped. What I don't know what he was saying. But he he does bring up a good point. People stop talking about Jared, like he's an okay guy. Now this is huge for Jared. Yeah, this Jared nece comeback. And there's one other comment we can talk about again, they're all negative. Chris San says, hope he was looking at the floor and it hurt. So he was visualizing dykes Krista chrysanthemum have little experience. There might all right. Moving on this is basically a PSA for everyone out here. The FBI division of Jacksonville. Florida is warning central Floridians and pretty much everyone in the world of new blackmail scam..

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"italian space agency" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:57 min | 3 years ago

"italian space agency" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Scientists today reported a remarkable. Discovery on Mars a. Huge lake of salty water. Has been detected deep Nathan surface of the red planet. And where there. Is water there could be life chip Reid takes a look It's hard to imagine a lake on the desolate planet of, Mars but a group of. Italian scientists claims it's true, a groundbreaking discovery in the search for life on the red. Planet even science fiction's. Martian didn't find a lake But he'd be. Wise to hold off on buying that bathing suit the waters a bit chilly Mars the fourth rock from the sun is, a lot colder than earth and the suspected lake. Is near the frigid Martian south pole Italian scientists claim they discovered it by hitting the. Area, repeatedly. With ground, penetrating radar revealing what they say is a body of liquid water twelve miles wide about. One mile under the surface so there? Really is a possibility that there is a big twelve mile lake, on Mars yeah Dr James Zimmerman a. Geologist with the Smithsonian Aaron Space Museum says where there's water there could be, life are we talking about whales and dolphins It would be exciting I mean it would be the greatest. News of the century if we found a micro last month the same Italian space agency that made this discovery released the, first ever three d color video of Morris frigid. Surface but below the surface it's even colder so how could there be liquid water the. Italian, scientists. Say the, lake is so salty that the water is like sludge making the temperature where water freezes. Much lower than that of ordinary water The search for life. On Mars, is very much alive behind me are the first. Three generations of Mars Rovers the fourth, generation is expected to be launched in two years a key part of its mission to find the chemical fingerprints of. Life Jeff Jeff good, question about whales. And dolphins they're worth asking I guess? Also good answer appreciated, chip Reid coming up next on the CBS evening news preventing dementia scientists say a healthy hearts navy the key to a healthy brain WBZ news time seven forty, five and it's Wednesday night Mike king is here to help us home with the Subaru retailers of New. England all wheel drive traffic on the threes Mike yeah boy. What a busy afternoon rush Lori but things are good now. The expressway southbound all these now and I know that's good news for you it's clear from top to bottom. Northbound is good all the way in route, three is all clear. In the south shore and no. Delays now on one twenty eight you'll make it. From Newton, down to, Braintree in good time up north, more of. The same route ones all these down through. Saugus and lynnfield routes three and ninety three are fine up towards southern New Hampshire. Downtown Storrow drive east is slow coming into Leverett circle and it stays slow on the Leverett up ramp up. Towards ninety three but that's typical this time of the night..

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"italian space agency" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

02:10 min | 4 years ago

"italian space agency" Discussed on KPCC

"The only hexagonal jet stream on the giant planets the south pole of saturn doesn't have one jupiter doesn't have any hexagon self what's keeping this xe and i would add uh with respect to the atmosphere saturn there are things that cassini can't measure noble gases for example that they're not very sexy but they're really crucial in terms of understanding the formation of saturn if we want to measure those will actually have to go back and send a probe deep into the atmosphere of saturn ma much like the galileo probe at jupiter this is science friday from pure i public radio international talking about the final days of cassini something that we don't talk much about but is like many of nasser's planetary missions cassini went way above and beyond the two ridge no mission goals didn't it it certainly did yes yes we had a fouryear prime mission with goals basically what we didn't find out from voyager we were going to do with cassini and we went so much farther than anyone i think could ever have dreamed or imagined in exploring the saturn system yes scientists itchy chief we have this little kind it secret tally that we keep we have this factor that says how much better his knee that team in the really say how much better are the engineers then they really say about halt how long the mission is going to last so we all kind of you know that the nap teams about each times is better is he really say and i think with the engineers and how long the mission last it's at least three times as long it's not only cassini britain's march science lab in the all the martian missions and with the scientist we secretly have arms it'll keep tabs on that no and and people don't realize today how much of an internal astronauts venture it was absolutely i think that's of the strengths of cassini all of these scientists that have come together isa built pro we've had uh collaborations also at the italian space agency providing scientists and parts of the instruments on the spacecraft i think that's really a strength and some thing hopefully.

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"italian space agency" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:33 min | 4 years ago

"italian space agency" Discussed on KQED Radio

"This is one a i'm joshua johnson in washington what does lightning sound like on saturn from the cassini spacecraft it sounds a bit like this her car her the past thirteen years cassini has orbited saturn probing its systems collecting data about the outer reaches of our solar system it's the kind of thing that has science lovers blissfully geeked out and the little emotional over the end of a landmark mission but if space science is kinda low on your list of priorities this mission this still definitely worth your time for one thing the qassimi hoig ines mission is a thirty year international collaboration between nasa the european space agency and the italian space agency it could also teach us more about life in our solar system and it comes to a spectacularly fiery end early tomorrow morning when the spacecraft barrels into saturn's atmosphere joining us here in studio to discuss cassini and its legacy is michelle solar and astronomer and deputy director for science communications at nasa goddard space flight center michelle welcome to what they agreed to be your thank you joining us from k p c c public radio in pasadena california is morgan cable a technologist at masses jet propulsion laboratory she is assistant project science systems manager ford the cassini mission morgan welcome.

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