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China launches its first solo mission to Mars in bold attempt to land on the red planet

BBC World Service

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

China launches its first solo mission to Mars in bold attempt to land on the red planet

"China has launched its first mission aimed at landing a rover on Mars rockets to call from one chang on the southern island of Nan. The probe is expected to arrive in orbit around Mars in February. Next on Ma's in February next year. Here's Jonathan Amos, the Tian Wen Rover will aim for the giant Utopia plain just north of the planet's equator to study the region's rocks and look for ice. To succeed, though it will have to overcome the infamous seven minutes of terror the time it takes to slow a high velocity entry into Mars atmosphere and avoid crashing into the ground. To date, only America has truly mastered the technology necessary to negotiate this perilous drop to the dusty world

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Scientists explain magnetic pole's wanderings

BBC World Service

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

Scientists explain magnetic pole's wanderings

"Scientists in Europe say they can now describe with confidence what's driving the drift of the north magnetic pole the shift in recent years toward Siberia has made it necessary to update global navigation systems more frequently our science correspondent Jonathan Amos reports at the top of the world as a place where a magnetic field lines point vertically into the earth's surface this north magnetic pole wonders over time in the early nineteenth century it was cited in the north of Canada drifting slowly to slightly higher latitudes then in the nineteen nineties he charged across the arctic towards Russia the team discovered this dramatic movement is driven by specific changes in the flow of molten iron in the earth's out to cool the Dynamo that creates and sustains its magnetic

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"jonathan amos" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"jonathan amos" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Just three years satellite. Imagery has revealed the near total disappearance of the thousands of breeding paths who would routinely raise their young next to the brunt ice shelf in the Weddell sea his science correspondent Jonathan Amos emperors of the biggest of the penguin species. And a unique in that they breathe through Antarctic winter months on the sea ice that forms around the continents coastline. The colony at Halley bay was one of the longest studied and had maintained an average of fourteen to twenty five thousand breeding says over more than half a century. But in two thousand sixteen severe stormy weather destroyed, the local resulting in thousands of chicks drowning before they could fledge, swimming, feathers and satellite pictures show. The has not returned forcing adults to forego breeding. Or to try to join other colonies British talked. At scientists say it's an illustration of just how sensitive the emperor penguins off to changes in their environment. Dr Peter Fretwell warns that significant temperature rises projected to occur around the continent. This century would inevitably put these animals under pressure. It could well be that in decades to come very few. If any places will be viable for penguins about depends very much on how much global warming how much climate change yet. Some studies suggest emperors might lose more than fifty percent of that global population by twenty one hundred if Antarctic sea ice is greatly reduced in extent that.

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"jonathan amos" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"jonathan amos" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Teachers will be chosen to represent their school in the city's capital for the last few days of the session. One of several anti-abortion measures is on its way to the full Senate house Bill five bans abortions based on a fetuses sex race or disability. Kelly Jones has a son with down syndrome at opposes the measure saying what about instead of trying to proceed into the future in mind. Read our government deals with the hard facts of helping individuals and families already living with disabilities in our state. The Bill has already passed through the house the space x crewed dragon capsule left, the international space station earlier today, six days after I launched from earth for the chief executive of SpaceX Elon Musk. This is the face of a mission that gives him some anxiety. The dragons heat shield has an irregular shape, and there's a very small chance. This could cause instability as the vehicle makes its high-speed high-temperature descent, but if it comes through. Unscathed. Nasa will be ready to certify the capsule for crew use starting perhaps in July or August CBS is Jonathan Amos reporting and the Louisville zoo will remain closed at least for now. That's according to Louisville metro emergency officials who say they're still checking out that giant sinkhole. There are engineers that are evaluating both underground and above ground. We have Geotech engineers mining engineers, a lot of different people get no look at this and making sure that the areas safe both the zoo and mega cavern will stay closed until engineers can deem the area safe for visitors. Your next news update is at seven thirty. I'm Haley, Hanson NewsRadio. Eight forty W H A S, Kentucky, Anna's breaking news, weather, and.

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SpaceX capsule undocks from space station to head back to Earth

BBC World Service

01:08 min | 2 years ago

SpaceX capsule undocks from space station to head back to Earth

"America's new commercial astronaut capsule will complete its test mission later today with a splashdown in the Atlantic Ocean. In the past half hour, the unmanned SpaceX dragon vehicle has undocked from the international space station to get ready for its descent to earth, and we have motion dragon physically separating from the international space station. One thirty. A two AM central time. The international space station two hundred and fifty three statue miles over sedan signs. Correspondent Jonathan Amos reports six days ago, the dragon capsule was launched from Florida and later docked with the space station without incident. Now, it must come home safely and for the chief executive of space x Elon Musk. This is the face of the mission that gives him some anxiety. The dragons heat shield has an irregular shape, and there's a very small chance. This could cause instability as the vehicle makes its high-speed high-temperature descent, but if it comes through unscathed NASA will be ready to certify the capsule for crew use starting perhaps in July or

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SpaceX rocket successfully launched a test flight

BBC World Service

00:55 sec | 2 years ago

SpaceX rocket successfully launched a test flight

"The test flight, if America's latest astronaut caps, you will see it attempts to dock with the international space station in a few hours, the dragon vehicle which blasted off from Florida on Saturday is carrying a test dummy, but could begin transporting US astronauts by the end of the year more now from Jonathan Amos. After it's picture. Perfect launch from Florida atop a falcon rocket. The dragon capsule has been steadily raising its altitude. It's going to approach the station from the front using computers and sensors to guide itself in the astronauts aboard the orbiting lab will be watching to make sure the dragon behaves itself and be ready to intervene. If it doesn't the cap show will stay docked until Friday when it'll detach and dropped to earth. That's the mission. Face. Spacex founder, Elon Musk says worries him the most the fiery high-speed descent through the atmosphere to an Atlantic splashdown

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Jurors give $289 million to a man they say got cancer from Monsanto's Roundup weedkiller

Today

01:56 min | 3 years ago

Jurors give $289 million to a man they say got cancer from Monsanto's Roundup weedkiller

"A jury in California has ordered the agrochemical. Firm on Santo to pay two hundred fifty million dollars nearly two hundred million pounds in damages to a. Former school groundskeeper who claims that his, cancer was caused by its weed Killers Monsanto which is owned. By the German pharmaceutical company buyer, faces five, thousand similar, cases it insists products, containing phosphate a safe our correspondent James Cook reports from, Los Angeles Dwayne. Johnson applied Monsanto's roundup and ranger pro have assigns up to thirty times, a year now forty six years old and dying of non Hodgkin's lymphoma he held his. Head in his hands after the judge. Related the jury's verdict glide did present. A substantial danger Monsanto had been negligent in failing to warn users antidote acted with malice sorta pression mister Johnson said he hoped the fight it would bolster thousands of similar cases his lawyer said the company had, acted with reckless disregard for human life. But when Santo which is owned by the German conglomerate buyer says it will appeal insisting its products are vital effective and safe tools for farmers worldwide the science is not certain in two thousand fifteen the World Health Organization Classified life is, eight as probably carcinogenic but both. The US and the EU supported by the UK. Have since reapproved its, usage vice, president of Monsanto, Scott Partridge told us. She had to recent Pathy for mister. Johnson but glyphosate did not cause cancer and its use was approved around. The world this verdict it doesn't change the four plus decades of, of safe use and science behind the product there have been over eight hundred medical. Scientific peer review published studies that establish there is. No link whatsoever between And any adverse health effects much less

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"jonathan amos" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

04:12 min | 3 years ago

"jonathan amos" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Lots of people jump at east but went to get you what permits we're gonna, get this hour, get you want to stay, aloft would jump at it. And then when it gets a different thing, when they get their take their passports from them, which is already sign of trafficking, they are not paid what it promised to pay them damage, walk like slaves, they, they're treated like slaves. This is just a case of human trafficking, starring Julie, ochre Donnelly from the national agency for the prohibition of trafficking in persons. A NASA satellite will boldly go where no satellites before and what's being described as one of the most daring ventures in the American space agency's history on Saturday morning, Nassar is going to send the Parker solar probe closer to the sun than any missions done previously typed data from it will crack long standing mysteries about the son's behavior, his science correspondent, Jonathan Amos, it's a hellish prospect. The outer atmosphere of the sun is wet conditions, get superheated where energetic gases reach millions of degrees. It's into this environment in the coming weeks that Parker will plunge hiding its instruments behind the thick shield. The prize is to understand the physics, the drives the sun's great outbursts. These emissions of particles magnetic fields, compla- havoc with technologies on earth, disrupting communications, and satellites, and even power grids, parkas data should improve the full casting of these solar storms. The probe is highly autonomous close to the sun. It has to be because radio contact with engineers to help fix problems is impossible. If pocket doesn't keep it shield pointing at the sun, it'll be destroyed. NASA project scientists. Nikki FOX says, this kind of mission was first proposed sixty years ago, but only now has it become technically possible for me pockets that lab is that magic mission. So it's it's a voyage of discovery. It's going somewhere we've never been before. It's going to really the last key region of our solar system to be visited by spacecraft. Poca plans to make twenty four l. tra- close loops of the sun in the next seven years in the process becoming the fastest mate human object ever reaching a top speed of one hundred ninety kilometers per second. Jonathan, Amos say, there are many ways in which your elected Representative can assist and fight for local causes. But would you ever ask them to provide you with Royal Woollacott? Plenty of Australians have been contacting their MP's asking for just that Jonathan. Savage can tell us why journalism is printing, what someone else does not want printed. George Orwell said that, no kidding. George mutter irritated stricken MP's I say that because many of the parliamentarians probably wish nNcholas Lord of vice media hadn't published piece to went online just two days ago. It's alerted Australians that they were entitled completely free of charge to a copy of the official portrait of Queen Elizabeth, their head of state all. We have to do is ask an MP Steve georgiana us, for example breath, many requests the last few days I believe away. One of the come move countries that provides a portrait of her majesty to our electoral are concerned. Say the little known rule refers to nationhood materials and is more commonly applied when a sports team is traveling abroad and want to take a flag with them. But now because of this article, MP's are being inundated with requests for the portrait's one revealed he'd had fifty in just twelve hours. Some people are annoyed at all of this saying, so waste of time and money, but Steve georgiana sees it as a bit of fun. It's a bit of people being Tyson days on Facebook with Sophie's on Twitter on Instagram to Espy the official portrait size. There's only one problem, Australia, post, it doesn't fit into any of the standard on belives. They didn't think that trains. I've been asking people day the dropping them, pick him out if they wish to obtain fed of her majesty. It's. Some constellation that not every ustralian is likely to want a photo of the Queen just over half are Republicans according to some of the latest polling on the issue going back to or well, and that quote about journalism..

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"jonathan amos" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"jonathan amos" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Jonathan amos has been telling me more about that findings we've been looking at the white continent over the past twenty five years with satellites long we've had them up there and they go over they measured the shape they're also able to way antarctica believe it or not just by seeing how the pulo gravity changes they go overhead and so they've been doing this assessment through the is looking at how much ice is being lost because his woman some of the ocean water is getting close to the edges of antarctica smelting some of the glasses and the melt rate is increasing and now we're losing about two hundred billion tons of ice to the ocean each year let something like point six of a millimeter equivalent of global sea level rise now might not sound very much but it is increasing and you know when we look forward in time and taught canal is becoming a big big contributor so whereas in the past we thought you know maybe come the end of the century and taught to come might not have contributed very much from this assessment when now thinking at least fifteen centimeters now fifteen centimeters is a lot when you think about storm surges overtopping defenses lowlying countries macos that's not all of wedlock he level comes from why is this happening now in particular in antarctica and you mentioned the west antarctica sheet which is this part of antarctic which sits very much below sea level so as the east just a large part of the content kind of sits out of the water on the rock whereas the west much of the is actually sits below sea level and that means that if wall mortar comes towards it it can start to erode the edges and erodes the edges the classes they get thinner they flow foster through able to dump more ice into the ocean it's feedback process so that's why we're particularly concerned about the west the east of the continent hasn't changed from emphatically maybe slightly.

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"jonathan amos" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"jonathan amos" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Jonathan amos has been telling me more about that findings we've been looking at the white continent over the past twenty five years with satellites long we've had them up there and they go over they measured the shape they're also able to way antarctica believe it or not just by seeing how the pulo gravity changes they go overhead and so they've been doing this assessment through the is looking at how much ice is being lost because his woman some of the ocean water is getting close to the edges of antarctica smelting some of the glasses and the melt rate is increasing and now we're losing about two hundred billion tons of ice to the ocean each year let something like point six of a millimeter equivalent of global sea level rise now might not sound very much but it is increasing and you know when we look forward in time and taught canal is becoming a big big contributor so whereas in the past we thought you know maybe come the end of the century and taught to come might not have contributed very much from this assessment when now thinking at least fifteen centimeters now fifteen centimeters is a lot when you think about storm surges overtopping defenses lowlying countries macos that's not all of wedlock he level comes from why is this happening now in particular in antarctica and you mentioned the west antarctica sheet which is this part of antarctic which sits very much below sea level so as the east just a large part of the content kind of sits out of the water on the rock whereas the west much of the is actually sits below sea level and that means that if wall mortar comes towards it it can start to erode the edges and erodes the edges the classes they get thinner they flow foster through able to dump more ice into the ocean it's feedback process so that's why we're particularly concerned about the west the east of the continent hasn't changed from emphatically maybe slightly.

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"jonathan amos" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"jonathan amos" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"And still succumb they were actually trying to set up a state and did for awhile which meant they want only trying to leo fighters or people interested in bloodshed they also wanted doctors they wanted engineers they wanted family's ah prize winning novel about how the islamic state group seduced a young briton into terrorism so and tastes somme mu discoveries about the possibility of life on mars the curiosity rover has been monitoring me on the red planet for six years and it's now found that it goes in cycles are science correspondent jonathan amos told me more the first thing to say ali is that methane is a fascinating topic if you look at earth's atmosphere most of the methane comes from life so think what clones paddy fields livestock that's where most most of them ethan in our atmosphere originates now it's a shortlived gas so why is it in the atmosphere of mars it should be broken down by sunlight it should disappear and yet they see a signal for it so there is an ongoing source where does it come from is it life that's the great speculation you know all the other microbes on mas producing me now we caught onto that question today but if we can look at the behavior of the methane in the atmosphere then hops we get a little bit closer to the answers that we want well before we talk about this latest discovery if it's not coming from life where could this meeting becoming from so there are geological processes the produce me thing you see that all north so if you go under the atlantic ocean for for example the rocks that come up from deep when they come into contact with water there jacome ical processes that will produce me say interestingly down there on the atlantic ocean there are microbes that feed on that me thing that's produced so i mean this is kgo various angles to it but yeah you don't necessarily have to have life with me sane but it's a bit of a signature for it and that's why we want to get to the bottom of this mystery and so what have they found out about the the way me thing behaves on loss so they've seen big wolf's of it with the curiosity rover but now they've started to see a sort of cycle so it rises in the summer and then it goes down in the winter.

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"jonathan amos" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"jonathan amos" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"And still succumb they were actually trying to set up a state and did for awhile which meant they want only trying to leo fighters or people interested in bloodshed they also wanted doctors they wanted engineers they wanted family's ah prize winning novel about how the islamic state group seduced a young briton into terrorism scientists have made new discoveries about the possibility of life on mars the curiosity rover has been monitoring me on the red planet for six years and it's now found that it goes in cycles are science correspondent jonathan amos told me more the first thing to say all use that methane is a fascinating topic if you look at earth's atmosphere most of the methane comes from life so think wetlands paddy fields livestock that's where most most of the mathan in our atmosphere originates now it's a shortlived gas so why is it in the atmosphere of mars it should be broken down by sunlight it should disappear and yet they see a signal for it so there is an ongoing source where does it come from is it life that's the great speculation you know all the other microbes on mas producing me now we caught on to that question today but if we can look at the behavior of the methane in the atmosphere then pa hops we get a little bit closer to the answers that we want before we talk about this latest discovery if it's not coming from life where could this meeting becoming from so there are geological processes that produce me thank you see that on earth so if you go under the atlantic ocean for for example the rocks that that come up from deep when they come into contact with water there je chemical processes that will produce me say interestingly down there on the atlantic ocean there are microbes that feed on that me thing that's produced so i mean this is got various angles to it but yeah you don't necessarily have to have life with me fame but it's a bit of a signature for it and that's why we want to get to the bottom of this mystery and so what if they found out about the the way me behaves on moss so they've seen big wolf's of it with the curiosity rover but now they've started to see a sort of cycle so it rises in the summer and then he goes down in the winter.

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Jonathan Amos, John Carson and Kim Jong discussed on

02:01 min | 3 years ago

Jonathan Amos, John Carson and Kim Jong discussed on

"I could have been prevented if some of them had been armed and he said knife crime had left a once very prestigious hospital in london looking like a war zone with blood covered floors a series of stabbings in the capital house calls concern but the president using the comparison to defend america's gun laws is unlikely to impress politicians in london the white house says mr trump from the south korean president moon jaein will hold talks in washington on may the twenty seconds the meeting is part of intensive preparations for a summit between mr trump and the north korean leader kim jong un which is expected to take place later in may june the big island of hawaii has been shaken by the most powerful earthquake to hit the state since nineteen seventy five the six point nine magnitude quakes and people fleeing from buildings and briefly compound supplies is santa was underneath the erupting volcano of mount kilo where it's generated small sonam e waves dozens of residents in the southeastern coastal area have taken shelter from ash toxic gas and lava flows john carson runs tours to the volcano there's definitely a sense of panic in the community the gas stations have lines around the corner grocery stores when we got rocked with that big earthquake earlier it lasted somewhere in the neighborhood of a minute the ground just shook and shook a lot of people got scared those of us who spend a lot of time on the volcano we believe the volcanoes revving up for something good the american space agency nasa is launching his latest mars lander in a few hours time the inside probe is scheduled for liftoff aboard an atlas rocket at the vandenberg air force space in california the spacecraft will be the first focuses investigations on the interior the red planet jonathan amos reports insight will actually place it seismometers directly on the surface using a robot arm how many quakes will be detected over the course of a martian year is uncertain but estimates suggest perhaps a couple of dozen they're likely to be small but they signals will reveal the nature of mas interior layers and that should enable scientists to compare and contrast with the very well understood structure of earth it's data that's key to deciphering how all the planets formed and how they evolved over billions of years you're listening to world news from the bbc the.

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"jonathan amos" Discussed on Science in Action

Science in Action

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"jonathan amos" Discussed on Science in Action

"You'll find the bbc's jonathan amos trying to make sense of it all and i stole a few minutes from him to hit just a couple of the stories that had caught his attention plummet change and the antilock ticker always topics here the european geosciences union general assembly and a very interesting report coming from the british antarctic survey always come here in force and this from a research a cool liz thomas who's been trying to build a picture of snowfall on the continent going back several centuries she's actually going back a couple of thousand years but she has confidence i would say in the last two hundred years what she's done is she's collected together ice cores from right across the continent now these calls when you drill down essentially it's just the compacted snow year after year after year the snow eventually becomes ice and if you drill down into it and you very smarter about the way that you analyze those 'cause then you can tell how much snow fell in each year this sort of all my striped all day with some seasons that i've a lot of snow at one point in the year and then not so much some of the parts of the year in some places yes it's very visible because there will be dust layers so that might be a big volcanic eruption one year and you'll see that but a lot of the markings are actually just chemical tracings they use hydrogen peroxide believe it or not which is formed in the atmosphere so one of those photochemical species where you get a lot of light and it interacts with water vapor you get some hudgens peroxide and that gets deposited with the snows over antarctica and of course antarctica's marvelous to use that because it acts something like an on off switch you know in the polar nights there is no light and so you don't get any of the hudson brooks and then of course in in the summer you got a lot because well the light stays there all through the day but oneness thomas has been able to do then is build this picture of snowfall going back two hundred years.

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"jonathan amos" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"jonathan amos" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Best and there's much less constitutional significance to this wedding than some prince harry is currently fifth in line to the throne so the list has been done away with a royal source said that only those who have a direct relationship with the couple will be invited that might have included the obamas the former president struck up a friendship with prince harry at the invictus games for injured military veterans but the bombers on not coming at the same time as clarifying those who are not invited kensington palace released today details of some of those who will be invited into the grounds of windsor castle on the day amongst them community volunteers charity workers and military veterans johnny diamond now if you've ever been in a football stadium you will know adjust how noisy the goal celebrations can be well in the spanish city of barcelona at the famous camp new scientists have found that when lionel messi scores the city literally shakes now science correspondent jonathan amos told us more about the ground breaking ground shaking discovery they had set up a assize moments to listen for vibrations if you look at the data you can see when boss alona scores ago in fact you can see everybody turn up at the stadium at the start of the game take their seats you see the goals oviously being scores everybody jumps up and down and the stadium shakes you see people go off at halftime to go and get a cupper or whatever else it is that they drink in in barcelona come back to their seats and and see messy score another couple of goals in the second half and then everybody goes home you see that in the data that interesting thing here is that different things happen at the stadium so not only do they pay football obviously but they have rock concerts and we have a data set from bruce springsteen concert back in in two thousand sixteen the behavior of the fans that are there to to watch football is very different to the behavior.

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"jonathan amos" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"jonathan amos" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Best and there's much less constitutional significance to this wedding than some prince harry is currently fifth in line to the throne so the list has been done away with a royal source said that only those who have a direct relationship with the couple will be invited that might have included the obamas the former president struck up a friendship with prince harry at the invictus games for injured military veterans but the bombers on not coming at the same time as clarifying those who are not invited kensington palace released today details of some of those who will be invited into the grounds of windsor castle on the day amongst them community volunteers charity workers and military veterans johnny diamond now if you've ever been in a football stadium you will know adjust how noisy the goal celebrations can be well in the spanish city of barcelona at the famous camp new scientists have found that when lionel messi scores the city literally shakes now science correspondent jonathan amos told us more about the ground breaking ground shaking discovery they had set up a assize moments to listen for vibrations if you look at the data you can see when boss alona scores ago in fact you can see everybody turn up at the stadium at the start of the game take their seats you see the goals oviously being scores everybody jumps up and down and the stadium shakes you see people go off at halftime to go and get a cupper or whatever else it is that they drink in in barcelona come back to their seats and and see messy score another couple of goals in the second half and then everybody goes home you see that in the data that interesting thing here is that different things happen at the stadium so not only do they pay football obviously but they have rock concerts and we have a data set from bruce springsteen concert back in in two thousand sixteen the behavior of the fans that are there to to watch football is very different to the behavior.

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Senator, Griffith and Florida discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:11 min | 3 years ago

Senator, Griffith and Florida discussed on Global News Podcast

"Even big confirmed one team has been called in an range of sanctions of being considered it really depends on the nature of a breach of this is this was accidental if it was administrative you know what's the what's the nature of this if it's you know is it senator or was it something more more significant the needles have been tested for the presence of banned substances the results haven't been published but so far the incident is classified as a violation of antidoping rules especial hearing will take place to decide what punishment will be imposed our griffith in australia now to nasa nassar's launch pad number forty at cape canaveral in florida nine eight seven six four three two one zero and liftoff of the falcon nine rocket and the dragon spacecraft packed with science and supplies for the international space station communities home and lower orbit filkins the tower a spacex rocket was launched sending supplies to astronauts on the international space station amongst the cow gay was an international experiment to tackle space junk it takes the form of a small satellite that will practice techniques tracking debris and capturing it in an effort to clean up space science correspondent jonathan amos told us more this little satellite which is called removed deborah's funded by the european commission and the partners that are involved in the project and it's going to trial full technologies is going to check out a piece of junk and then it's going to monitor easier allied are laser a camera detector then it's going to check out another one and throw a net around it because the idea is that you could go around just backing up a junk a bit like troas catch fish on then another idea is to use a harpoon some of the junk will be uncooperative in the sense that it's tumbling and using a harpoon just.

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"jonathan amos" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"jonathan amos" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Israel recently gave african migrants sixty days to choose between returning home or relocating to a third african country rwanda and uganda a widely believed to be the third countries but they've denied doing any deportation deal with israel they don't receive a three and a half thousand dollar payment anyone refusing to leave faced imprisonment although women children and men with families in israel would be allowed to stay temporarily era trey as president as ias are for work he said the eritrean migrants would only be welcome home if they were given fifty thousand dollars each one of us we have known about the planet jupiter for almost three thousand years but now we're getting a lot more detail about the biggest planet in our solar system annexed to the american space agencies gino probe i science correspondent jonathan amos has the dhs when you go to a planet for the very first time you take lots of pictures um we've done that a jupiter the galileo probe did that a few years ago dzhuna when with instruments that were designed to look inside the planet this extraordinary price you know it's a hundred and forty thousand kilometers wide it's colossal it's really really huge jupiter and scientists think that it's really the key to the solar system if you can understand jupiter you kind of get to understand the rest the sources and because very probably when the sun formed jupiter being so big was like the first thing to form next and if you if you gather up all of the other planets comets and they asked her rights and all the rest of it would fit inside jupiter and what do we know so far were interesting one of the things that a juno conducive fis very close to the accord the surface of the planet the cloud tops because this is a gaseous world i'm by looking at the radio signals that it sends back to earth you can see a very very slight shift in the frequency of those radio signals and the reason for that is because the spurs.

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"jonathan amos" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"jonathan amos" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Dined eight said we should mention six five four three two a short while later the two sides boost is successfully separated and free back to earth a symbol tiniest touchdowns on twin launch pads i asked us science correspondent jonathan amos what the successful launch meant for the molten space race eight says certainly a big development for rocketry today that's for sure a easy was saying that are only to twice the performance of of any existing rocket on a third of the price ilan musk says on that really blows the competition out of the water in terms of the commercial marketplace and what he's able to sell his his services to the big satellite operators but more than that the capability of the rocket means that even opens up some really interesting possibilities now for much bigger satellites i'm if you think about going to ma's now is that big rover isn't there on the surface of ma's the curiosity rover ways a ton it took three and a half tonnes of payload to get ton on the surface of mars will this rocket concen sixteen tonnes to the surface of mars so we can think about much bigger rockets bigger telescopes biggest satellites humans perhaps going around the moon landing on the moon maybe sending robots out to saturn and jupiter and landing on them moons as well so yeah it's a big day and at my imagination is kind of thinking now what else can we do and just described for us that cory graff moment when the two boosters landay looking like i don't know thunderbirds us.

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"jonathan amos" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"jonathan amos" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Dined eight said we should mention six five four three two a short while later the two sides boost is successfully separated and free back to earth a symbol tiniest touchdowns on twin launch pads i asked us science correspondent jonathan amos what the successful launch meant for the molten space race eight says certainly a big development for rocketry today that's for sure a easy was saying that are only to twice the performance of of any existing rocket on a third of the price ilan musk says on that really blows the competition out of the water in terms of the commercial marketplace and what he's able to sell his his services to the big satellite operators but more than that the capability of the rocket means that even opens up some really interesting possibilities now for much bigger satellites i'm if you think about going to ma's now is that big rover isn't there on the surface of ma's the curiosity rover ways a ton it took three and a half tonnes of payload to get ton on the surface of mars will this rocket concen sixteen tonnes to the surface of mars so we can think about much bigger rockets bigger telescopes biggest satellites humans perhaps going around the moon landing on the moon maybe sending robots out to saturn and jupiter and landing on them moons as well so yeah it's a big day and at my imagination is kind of thinking now what else can we do and just described for us that cory graff moment when the two boosters landay looking like i don't know thunderbirds us.

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"jonathan amos" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"jonathan amos" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Well by two will be used to carry satellites to clock weather an shipping so is 2018 shaping up to be an interesting a new could've of year for the rocket business jonathan amos is our sons correspondent on various charges brought this year of rao laws currently are actually on florida whether spacex companies about to launch the most powerful rocket we've seen in decades which is called the falcons heavy be twice as powerful as any rocket currently working but we're also looking at the other end of the lifting scale and what you've just been talking about is part of a revolution that's taking place we are expecting in the next decade something like six thousand or seven thousand satellites to go up and there will be small satellites i'm a lot of companies out there startup companies want to put up constellations to take pictures of the earth to transmit telecommunications a lot of smaller countries developing countries want his we've seen to get in on that act as well and the reason is able to do this his because they're applying the lessons learned from consumer electronics so the type of electronics that are in your smartphone your your telephone they can now go in to spacecraft to make them very small very compact and very capable as well and cheap and if you've got a lot of satellites what are you need you need a lot of rockets not just big rockets because you cannot send up a lot of satellites on one big rocket but as we're seeing in the case of rocket labban a new zealand small rockets to send up just a few satellites a once now the weekend rocket lab put up a free little satellites but there are many other rocket companies now new start up so the coming that want to do the same thing richard branson you'll have heard of him a he has a rocket as well not as terrorist rocket plan that will put on ticket paying passengers up in space for a few minutes but to ice we put satellites up as well and actually.

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"jonathan amos" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:00 min | 4 years ago

"jonathan amos" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"A rocket carrying satellites from six countries is blasted off from the state of andhra pradesh the successful launch follows a failed attempt in august last year the chairman of the indian space research organisation is talked to k sedan we are coming to launch upper four months after the amid their fadia where everybody would they'll get together and redesign these youth and now today we are really enjoying their seat at the hard work what we are done for loss what about months i'll science correspondent jonathan amos told me more about the launch this was an important day for the indian space agency for for india or in general are the police satellite launch fickle is there workhorse that's the the rocket that the indians used to to get most of their payloads into orbit and it had this problem back in august when they had a launch and he climbed into the sky and then what happens or a rocket is you you have a a nose cone on the front not supposed that protects the payload the satellite at the top as you go up through the atmosphere and he's supposed to come off after awhile and it did on this particular occasion and that trap the the navigation satellite inside and the whole mission was doomed and of course the indians then had to go back reassess what had gone wrong and today we saw the return to flight and it went absolutely perfectly and that's marvellous news is marvellous news for india but it's great news as well for a lot of other nations around the world have come to see this mediumlift vehicle as a very important way to get their payloads they're smaller payloads into orbit back in the old days which went so long ago you essentially had a choice between nasa and the european space agency if he wanted to get something a satellites up into space now there's all sorts of low cost competitors in india is really leading the field the americans but.

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"jonathan amos" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"jonathan amos" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"And finally a nasa satellite as provided remarkable in view insights into how carbon dioxide co two moves about through the earth's atmosphere and it's helping scientists track levels of pollutants which drive global warming i found out more from our sons correspondent jonathan amos when i spoke to jonathan he was at the airport about to catch a plane and increase his own carbon footprint the orbiting carbon observatory was launched by the us space agency backing 2014 with the aim really of sampling just how much carbon dioxide that was in the atmosphere where it was trying to find out the places that it was being omitted but also those places that they call sinks those places where it goes back into the earth system you so you can think of large forests the absorb carbon dioxide as part of the process of photosynthesis they consume it and they give out oxygen this seems to be we look good sir the northern hemisphere real dramatic change when it comes to co 2 according to the season's what occurs is the co 2 rises every year in the atmosphere and then you get to the sort of the peak growth period of of northern forests and then that khanna sucks out co two precocious we all know co two is gradually even though you've got that that cease or effect gradually over time co 2 is increasing that increase is warming the planet and we able to see whether it is very much worse now than before what's very interesting about this particular papers is they show what happened in the el nino event so every so often every few years you get warm waters in the western pacific turning up in these the pacific and that has the effect of perturbing.

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"jonathan amos" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"jonathan amos" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"The already condemned the attack and perhaps they cannot do anything else at the moment they will be looking into it of course but right now again presidential palace in a statement condemned the attack and they call it barbaric can against islamic values of abc kabul bureau chief for the afghan service immoral pesali the russian defence ministry says its navy has fired four cruise missiles at his slamic state group targets near the syrian city of pal mira steve eisenberg in moscow russia's defence ministry released video images showing the russian naval frigate admiral action and the submarine crushed it up firing two missiles each the targets were hideouts of socalled islamic state in an area to the east of power mira to where officials said heavy weapons at isis fighters have been moved from up the russianbuilt said that all targets had been struck and the military commanders from america turkey and israel had been warned of the launch in good time this isn't the first time russia has fired socalled kaliba cruise missiles in syria the last time was half a year ago that was steve rosenberg nasa is due to make a major announcement today about its first mission to the sun that sheduled for next year the agency wants to send a space probe closer to the star than ever before totally green has space scientist at university college london explains what it will do this base halt will be measuring and sentencing i like to think of us of sniffing and tasting the environment round itself so it will be ingesting particles that are ultimately flowing out from the sun so electricallycharged particles electrons proton's islands and it will be measuring electric fields magnetic fields around the spacecraft signs correspondent jonathan amos told us what nasa expects to learn from the mission it's going to step inside the outer atmosphere this very extensive.

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