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Fresh update on "jupiter" discussed on Orlando's Evening News
"Leave and that are successful. People are definitely gonna feel more confident in the ability to go on a cruise have a great time and not really have to worry about things. If the trial goes well, they will be sailing with paying passengers starting next month. Seminole County is moving forward with the plan to purchase two golf courses. On Tuesday, Seminole County Commissioners voted to approve the purchase of the shutter Deer on Country Club near Castlebury, as well as they were kind of golf club near Longwood, which is still open and reportedly turning a profit. The county will spend an estimated $14.8 million for both purchases with plans to spend another $8.1 million to convert the deer run property into open park space. For now, Seminole County will keep what kind of golf club opened at an estimated annual cost of $1.1 million to operate the course. I'm Darryl Modi, Wdbo one. Oh 73 FM and am 5 80 SpaceX will take part in Nasa's upcoming mission to one of the moons of Jupiter is the company's first attempt to conduct an investigation into the conditions of the Europa Moon and hopes that it can one day support life there. SpaceX will fork up $178 million for the deal to make this mission. Possible Lift off, is scheduled to take place at the Kennedy Space Center sometime in 2024. Daniel Vargas, Wdbo 173 FM and AM 58 and Big News from the music world today, Dusty Hill from ZZ Top, has died. The band announced on his Facebook page that the basis for the iconic rock group died at his home in Houston in his sleep Hill was 72 years old. Yes, that is really disappointing news, and I don't know if you heard it Earlier when I was talking with producer Ron. The ZZ top is actually scheduled to play at the hard Rock hotel over in Tampa, and they have a relatively small venue there. If you've been to the hard rock in South Florida, they have a much larger venue, The one in Tampa. I don't know. Maybe it holds 3 4000 people 5000 Max. So that was going to be a pretty intimate event. I I I just bought tickets over the weekend to go. My wife and I have been talking about it for some time. And over the weekend, I finally got the tickets. Uh, And now this is disappointing News. Yeah, this and then the What was it? The drummer from Slipknot passed away yesterday. Yes, he was a lot younger he was in his forties doesn't deal with 72 years old, but Yeah, definitely sad news. I mean, obviously, his beard is iconic. Everybody knows that's the first thing I think of it. I think it's easy talk the bearded dudes, even if they don't know it. ZZ Top. Alright 608 here on Orlando's Evening news. We once again have some wet roads to contend with, but currently.
Amazing Facts You Never Knew About Mars, The Red Planet
"About Mars. So I did some extensive research online. Or does that mean you just looked at Wikipedia? Yeah. Uh, well, I thought it was cool that Mars is about only about half of the diameter of Earth. It's actually smaller than Earth. Yeah, like we are the bigger brother. Yeah. It got a small scoop of planet stuff. Yeah, that makes it a lot smaller, And that has consequences because it means the gravity on Mars is less right. You stand on surface of Mars. It's basically an instant diet right there. Yeah, yeah, You'll weigh less. You can jump jump higher. You can stand on Mars and Mars bars and still can eat twice as many Um, but it's not just because it's smaller. It's also less dense. Like it's a planet. It's half the size of the earth. Um, but the the planet itself, like the Rockets less dense. Yeah, It's like fluffy. Er Yeah, it's fluff here. Yeah, I think that must be connected right? Because the More stuff. There is the more gravity there is. The more gets compressed like the interior of the sun must be denser than the interior Jupiter, which must be denser than the interior of the earth. Right? So I think there must be a connection between the size of the planet and the density of the interior. Oh, right. Yeah. And another interesting fact I read was that Mars does have an atmosphere. You can go there and there's wind and there's an atmosphere around it. But it's only about 1% of the atmosphere we have here. That's right. Yeah, remarks does not have much of an atmosphere which is pretty important for supporting life. Yeah, okay. And the last cool fact I read was that a day on Mars like if you're standing on Mars a day for you would last one day and 37 minutes. That's right. That's kind of amazing to me because into the length of the day on the planet is just determined by how fast it spins. And you know, these planets could spin at any speed. And so the fact that it lasts just about an Earth day spending at just about the same speed as the Earth. Right? And it turns out a lot of the planet you're spinning at approximately the same speed. We all sort of spun out at the same rate. Yeah, but does that make you like, Want to go to Mars and imagine you get like an extra few minutes every day. Well, not only would you weigh less
Big Data Analytics Evolution With Antonio Cotroneo at OmniSci
"Our guest today is antonio could nieto. Who's the director of Technical content strategy at omni side. Hi antonio and thank you so much for joining us today. Thank you so much for having me. I'm really excited to beer. We'd like to start by having you introduce yourself to our listeners and tell them a little bit about your background and your current role at omni cy absolutely. Yeah so as you said my name's antonio koneohe it rhymes that's super fun I am the director of technical content strategy at omni side and we sort of set my team source it somewhere between a marketing and solution engineering within the org in we create a lot of technical content for educating on new perspective users of technology enabling those users that have have come on board and building out whether it be blog posts or videos or a infographics tutorials you know Sampled like jupiter Lab notebooks on for people that are coming to To use our technology And really just spread the word about about visual analytics and omni side does For for our users. Well that's great. And i think people are really interested in that maybe could dig a little bit deeper sort of before we get into some of these questions. I mean maybe tell folks about on because because it's not necessarily a household name for folks who've been looking at data analytics. Maybe they might be more familiar. But maybe you could talk a little bit about that and and some of the problems and that you guys have been trying to help solve. Yeah absolutely so on. Site is a visual analytics technology. So this is more. I would say on a visual analytical capability for more modern data minu like in the past. You seen kind of reporting and then you know that kind of wave of sort of dash boring technology. Kim knows put in place. But we're now seeing like with such large data sets and will. I'm sure we'll get into this. You know throughout the rest of the conversation on specifically around big data but really what are our technology on provides people the ability to do to be able to orient their big data on so that they can actually use it in practical sense
Steve Chien Talks About the Possibility of Intelligent Alien Life
"Are your thoughts on the likelihood in our lifetime or the lifetime of our listeners in discovery of life apart from that on earth. That's a great question can oddly enough. What did i get remarkably frequently. I kind of have to answer to that. One is a pragmatic answer. And then one is kind of like the answer that i'm hoping for and the pragmatic answer is that it just seems to me not likely that we would find life in the immediate future just because going to these places is so hard if we're looking at going to the sub ice ocean on europa we have to fly jupiter which is pretty hard. We have to land on europa which is hard for then we have to melt through this ice crest which is ten kilometers sick. That might even take a year or two and then we have to explore this under ice ocean. And we're actually practicing things like that on earth had to explore underneath ice shells underneath the ice shelf the ross ice shelf in antarctica. Because we want to study that to understand the effects of climate change on some of these pristine antarctic environments. But it's very hard on earth much less to go to another planet in do that. So the pragmatic answer is. I'm not holding my breath waiting for such a mission to happen in in my lifetime but if you look out thirty fifty years. It's just very hard to project. So i would. I would have a hard time predicting. But if you ask me as an optimist in what i hope for. It's quite possible that we could hear some signals. That might indicate to us that there could be somebody trying to contact us a little different from going there and literally visiting
"jupiter" Discussed on SuperHero Homies!
"The comic fans the people who can recognize oh shit. They're playing on present day. Golden age comics says dope. And they're playing like you were talking about the really wanna thesis of tonight's episodes tonight's episode singular the idea that this is a d. constructed comic book universe and what it really means to be this versus that age yeah which is great but complicated and confusing and not as fun. I guess if you're not a comic book that is very true. Yeah yeah. I'm sure they'll find something to latch onto as episodes continue church already existing because netflix flicks does all in one all in one. Yeah i'm not used. i'm. I'm i'm trained for week by week by week whereas now it's like oh wait. This is too much food at one plate. Is this a lot. Yeah yeah yeah you know that this is maybe the the town that conversation man there. There are some serious pros and cons to all at once versus weekly. Be personally i several reasons. I think i prefer weekly. Yes on tv from being honest. Also it's more beneficial for the pies but it's like even then. I didn't have time to really think about what i just saw before. Fucking goten episode. Yeah i love things man but once his coming on strange in a more gives maybe two weeks of cloud instead of eight anyways Yeah so hopefully for those who have been watching jupiter's legacy hopefully you enjoyed it I know that i myself. I really been enjoying the so far. To the point where i want to read more the comics and Yeah can't wait to see how things transpire in the show. So let's let you guys. Do you guys like it. Do you think is Do you think is trash Do you think it's okay Do you like the concepts What are your thoughts on. This definitely hit us up. Absolutely all right kevin. What is your your closing argument for the jury. Watch the damn show. Shut your mouse. I if you don't understand it finish the show at least and then complain if you still don't understand it if you don't If you don't think you'll be able to understand it. Just just go watch missile. Just subscribe to pay john. You know listen to some cool it. We're about to talk about resident. Evil comes out soon. Hit it up talking of course about the most recent game. Just stop complaining. Don't be a toxic fan. Absolutely yes yes will say this just game for we close. I think that had this show come out knows maybe six months ago people will be singing a different tune probably probably also because it would have came out yes very much prior to invincible..
Jimmy Smith Tells the Truth
"Welker kimberly it. Thank you for having me. I'm so happy that you were with us. And i'm really very excited for today's conversation because there are so many directions that we can go in but just to kick things off. I would love to i. Of course talk to you about your brilliant segment on your attention please. What were some of the things that you really wanted to make sure that especially at twenty twenty one audience would understand about the truth. Well supposed to be twenty twenty one story in book it was. I just picked twenty twenty. That's when it takes place in the story. I just picked that out. Because i didn't want to have flying cars. You wanna make it. Twenty one hundred. Anyone have us being on jupiter and all that kind of stuff so i wanted to just enough into the future where people thought that. It was believable that something could get this screwed up and be kind of like a warning. Shot maybe do something about it. And so i thought it was going to blow up in Nineteen ninety nine when it came out it was it was You know not too long after the whole Oj thing and there was a lot of ugliness going on there and Just seem like a good time especially given my background where i was. I was in oregon. Where in oregon is at the time it was ninety four percent white and At the time it was the head. The highest concentration of white supremacists in the united states. I don't know what it is now but at that time that was that was the deal so it was a little weird but it was fun way. It was an interesting dynamic. Like when i go i was at wieden kennedy. Nike's advertising may ask agency and working with nike and i'm working with all these Muscle the majority of the time black athletes and it was just really. Don't he's was like off the skillet. Is i like to say and then when you go outside of that bubble is you're talking about quarantine bubbles when you would go outside of that bubble is like whoa a little different out here
"jupiter" Discussed on SuperHero Homies!
"He's basically the strongest of the bunch. Have the cast list. Put up here Just josh duhamel plays sheldon aka the utopian who was the fog tencent purposes the the primary protagonist to experience most of the story through And his brother who was walter. Aka brainwave is played by ben daniels. I think they're both antacid again. Is we have great. Chemistry and Really is their chemistry economy. That i find the most intriguing so far same here. I really dig their relationship. It's a very charles. And eric type thing a little bit of list aggressive far less aggressive for now. But we'll see one of the things that i did. Look up in the meantime here just just like a bit. I looked up jupiter in who that was mythology he gets more stupider. Fuck out okay. Drink your kombucha. You lost you lost. You just opened that one. It's my now. I want to got on. So jupiter was king of the gods seen as very supreme being the god of sky and thunder and like really cool shit. So like zeus but for romans. Zeus was greek. The more you know but Jupiter is also seemed to be important because he was the one who taught continued principles to one of the roman emperors namely that of offerings and sacrifice. So i don't know that might come into play. I like the symbolism of it also. We'll see if that touches the story or not because s seems like a very golden age hero thing like you know great power great responsibility. We're going to offer ourselves and sacrifice to blah blah blah blah blah. You get the point. It's real on the nose These golden age heroes. Of course as time goes on tomorrow day they have children and these children are born gifted the born with superpowers and essentially we know without getting too much into indisputably territories The children are the new. The new wave of heroes. Their ideals began to shift very similar to how ideals and martin comics kind of shift. Hell even in superhero cinema. See those ideals shift. I mean we don't talk about it. But how many people have even captain america the most holy of superheroes as he killed. We don't talk about the motherfucker. Had a gun in the benches one. Yeah nestled concussions.
"jupiter" Discussed on SuperHero Homies!
"No guessing required. We're going to talk about the new superhero. Hit the market that we are jupiter's legacy jupiter's legacy yes it tune in to find out yes and this is shown net flicks so for those of you who are unfamiliar with where we speaking of You can actually watch this on netflix. Right now the entire season is on there before we get into this I do wanna talk a little bit about the man who is behind all of this and that would be mark miller and also offering quietly primary artist on this On this work so jupiter's legacy of course. It is based off of a comic book of the same name. As the two comics jupiter's legacy and then there's jupiter circle which the prequel comic and these were written and drawn primarily by almost differing miller frame. Quietly there who the who the priorities of course. Mark miller is the Is the writer. I would've forgiven if you did you. Basically just used mark miller and frank. Yeah i can see the brain. At least that one's fatima you can kind kinda see the brain cross reference that so but so for those who aren't familiar with with mark miller. He actually is a very renowned. Very famous. Very real written author and He has recently sold The publishing rights. Or for or the filmmaking rice i should say for his miller road comics to net flix and obviously the first thing that we get from his miller productions is jupiter jupiter ascending. This shitty movie with channing. Tena channing. Tatum and mila kunis do not recommend do not confuse. Jupiter ascending with jupiter's legacy have moved that move must've been berry shady. Because i do not recall what you're talking about the best head. The bliss typically yard. No me if there's something that bad or unimportant i'm just gonna push it the fuck out. It doesn't exist like oh i'm sorry there was a frozen one you know But among a frank miller's work he has he's he's he's he his his fingerprints is all over not just to come industry but also with all of her. Maybe i did. I think he did. Yeah i think pregnant what. Thousands last name is super italian. Name ghee frank usa. The ordeal artist name is frank quietly. Yeah who try and talk about mark mark millionaires. Okay you're saying you're saying so mark millar's work in his fingerprints all over hollywood and the coming but industry. I'm he's obviously written jupiter's legacy in a circle but he also wrote the the comic book that was turned to a movie wants it He wrote the comic book. There was trying to movie kingsman book. There was tending to a movie known as kick ass He wrote all of those he has also done a lot of work from bible in dc. He's he had a A fantastic run on swamp thing actually for a dc. He has also written. Of course a little bit known as old man logan For marvel he has written superman. Red son Story that we cover here on the podcast for dc. He has written the ultimate s- one of my favorite Marvel comic series. I ranted and raved about that that run a lot the ultimate volume one into and For some reason haven't heard of or seen any of the comics associated movies. He also did a little project known as civil war he wrote the first civil war comic For for marvel's marvel studios but marvel comics. You know we could just have a separate episode. Mark miller rights and that that would be literally one of his episodes..
"jupiter" Discussed on Accessible Astrology with Psychotherapist + Astrologer Eugenia Krok, MA
"Friends is such a huge thing for you right and it is the place we find our joy it is the place we find our abundance right. We got a lot of things that come our way wherever jupiter is as well so. Let's say that we have you know. Jupiter nurse second house and maybe we have an abundance of money. Now it all depends on how your chart looks and how it's aspect mobile blood but in general this is what we think of as jupiter think about him as the santa clause in your chart wherever he is he wants a all the cookies and go to all of the houses and spread all of the joy in the presence endlessly. But there's a challenge with jupiter that we have to acknowledge is well. He makes things bigger. So what if there's an area of our life that needs to be contained needs to be Understood in small doses. what do we do. When jupiter's there may be he makes the problem bigger. He makes the challenge beggar. He makes it so big and so consuming that it almost feels out of whack and out of balance for example if there's a challenge in transit let's say with a planet in this planet this this this aspect in our chart is particularly challenging of jupiter's thrown in there. He's going to make that challenge. Bigger right an in some ways by the grace of god. Hopefully we find gratitude for that big challenge in our life that we're constantly facing and we find grace with that great challenge that we face in our lives but nevertheless he just makes it beg. So that's jupiter zeus. That's the planet big old guy. Hey go into a lot more depth in the for curriculum but then we have to think about mao. Aquarius and what's aquarius aquarius. Seasonally is celebrated right in the middle of winter k. Were now and february mid january to mid february time. This is the time of year when we as a planet are in winter in the northern hemisphere and it is beautiful in some ways with the ice and the snow and the frozen patterns on the lakes and.
"jupiter" Discussed on Accessible Astrology with Psychotherapist + Astrologer Eugenia Krok, MA
"Let's talk about aquarius. Let's talk about jupiter and aquarius. Let's talk about the energy that gets highlighted whenever jupiter moves through that wacky sign of aquarius. Aquarius one of my favorite signs being an aquarius myself. Aquarius aquarius aquarius. Let's get into it. Let's talk about it. What does it mean. When jupiter moves through the sign of aquarius. What does that mean if you have jupiter an aquarius in your chart. How will we work with this energy. What does it mean. stay tuned diamond. Today we really want to look into jupiter. We want to look into the archetype of.
The Mission to Get to Europa, Featuring David W Brown
"Episode we're going to explore europa the icy moon of jupiter and the mission to get there. Nasa is currently building that you rope. A clipper spacecraft which will begin. Its voyage to the jovian moon in twenty twenty four joining us today to discuss his new book about this mission is david w brown. David is an award-winning writer. Whose work appears frequently. In the new york times scientific american and smithsonian he's an aunt arctic owner and endurance runner a former us army paratrooper and a veteran of f. Ghanistan david just released his latest book. The mission an amazing behind the scenes narrative of nasr's deep space mission to jupiter's moon europa where alien life just by exist in an ocean beneath the frozen surface. David thank you so much for joining us. They really appreciate it. Thank you very much for having me. It is a pleasure. I am loving your book. The mission i think is fantastic. My third of the way through so not quite there yet. But i do want to ask you. The mission is about europa. Now some our listeners know that europa muna jupiter others might not but keep us a little bit more about why europa is so fascinating and why. It's important that we explored we rope a is a is a of jupiter. It's about the size of our moon. i guess the big difference between our moon and that moon is there's Two three times more water on europa than there is on planet. Earth say water. I'm not talking about some weird. It's strange green. Google technical definition of water. But i mean the same stuff is russian. Right you could plunge a cup and into the europan ocean drink it and though it would be incredibly unhealthy for you your body would know what to do with it Consequently if there's anywhere in the solar system likely to have life beyond earth it's europa
Tiger Woods on Crutches in First Photo Since Crash
"A photo of himself on crutches and with a small cast covering his right foot and ankle well at his backyard practice area in Jupiter, Florida, The photo was posted on his Instagram page. It's the first of wood since he was involved in that serious one vehicle crash back in February in Southern California. Again
Tiger Smiling, on Crutches in First Pic Since Crash
"Tiger Woods, speaking of posting a photo of himself on crutches, small cast covering his right foot and ankle at his backyard practice area in Jupiter, Florida, put it on his Instagram. It's the first picture of wood since he was involved in our car crash back in February in Southern
First flight of Mars helicopter Ingenuity to make test hover
"Oh, NASA is opening the big hoping to make history tomorrow by flying a helicopter on Mars. CBS is Allison Keyes has more on the tiny but mighty ingenuity. It's incredible. NASA Mars Exploration Program director Eric I. Anson says. The ingenuity Mars helicopter test flight Sunday is the first attempt at controlled powered flight on another planet, and that means challenges. We're dealing with an atmosphere that About 1% the density of that on earth. That means the £4 shopper has to spend our blades much faster than she would need to want Terra, And there is some good news about the difference in the planet's. The gravity on Mars is only one third of Earth's The first test flight involved ingenuity, lifting off, climbing to about 10 ft. Hovering for 30 seconds and then touching down NASA hopes to use similar technology to explore other heavenly bodies, including Jupiter's Moon,
Ocean Currents Predicted on Enceladus
"New study claims. That ocean currents churning in the subsurface sees of this attorney an ice moon enceladus. The findings reported in the journal. Nature geoscience a based on the shape of enceladus twenty kilometer. Thick shell new hypothesis challenges. Current thinking that the moon's global ocean is a modulus apart from some vertical mixing driven by the warmth of the moons core and syllabus is a tiny frozen snowball just hundred kilometers wide. That's just a seventh of the earth's moon. It's the smoothest body. In the solar system is smooth as keeble and sold us attracted the attention of scientists in two thousand fourteen when a fly by the cassini spacecraft discovered evidence of subsurface after water was seen spewing out of guys alike eruptions through fissures in the circle tiger stripes in the ice neither moon south pole a spectral analysis of the water by cassini indicated that it was salty together with jupiter's iceman moon. Europa enceladus is one of the few locations in the solar system other than earth with liquid water. And that makes it an obvious. Target of interest for astrobiologists searching for signs of life but the oceans on enceladus are almost entirely unlike those earth earth oceans are relatively shallow with an average depth of just three point six kilometers. They cover about three quarters of the planet surface and a warmer at the top thanks to the sun's rays and cooler depth near the floor and they have carrots that are affected not just by the spirit of the earth but also by wind on the other hand and syllabus a piece to have a global spanning and completely subsurface ocean. It's at least thirty. Kilometers deep is cooler at the top. Of the i show and warmer at the bottom thanks to hate from the moon's core despite their differences the study's lead author analog from caltech says the oceans on enceladus do have currents based on the cassini measurements and observations on earth looking at the way ice and water interact drive ocean mixing. Dr
Understanding Herbs Astrologically
"Hey everybody says you popham founder of the school of evolutionary herbalism and in this week's episode of the evolutionary herbalism blog. I want to talk a little bit more about this holistic model that i've been sharing over the last few weeks in regards to medical astrology and its connection to herbal medicine. Last week's episode. I was talking about the way that we can use astrology to look at a person and see the connection between what's going on in their body and their mind emotions and their spiritual development and this week i'll kind of want to flip it and orient this around plants rate. Not a lot of people are aware that astrology was one of the oldest systems of classification used in western that this was one of the ways that plants were seen as having their medicinal and therapeutic properties that they understood their remedies on. You know whether it's connected to mars or venus or jupiter to saturn as a way of understanding the essence of a plant and as. I've been sharing over the last few weeks. You know the thing about the astrology is that it. Is this really holistic system right in the way that it sees not just the whole plant or the whole person but their connection to the whole cosmos. Right the wholeness of nature. It's really the most holistic model that i can comprehend. Because it's looking at the wholeness of life itself and the connections between the various expressions of life
"jupiter" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind
"You were mentioning earlier. So let's get into some of these aspects of jupiter these different Jupiter sub brands. If you will were available under the roman empire so in addition to the sources. I mentioned already. I was also looking aspects of jupiter on coins of the roman meant by philip v hill from this from nineteen. Sixty this one. This particular article is one that dealt more exclusively with aspects of jupiter as represented on coins Which is also a pretty interesting. So let's start with jupiter stat for who we mentioned earlier. That's that's who cicero was referring to. And this is he who stays panic in battle this is this is jupiter depicted with a sceptre thunderbolt and this is the jupiter that gives you courage that gives you resolved and not be crushed by fear. Okay so it stays. Panic means like holds back panic not like keeps you panicked right now. So that's obviously a big one. You know one of the reasons to appeal to a god is like for strength right like strength. Gimme the resolve to to not run away. Especially if you're dealing with a a warring empire likewise along those lines another big one was jupiter vitor. The giver of victory depicted seated and holding a statue all victory and a sceptre spear this was especially prominent on coins and it might be invoked. This version of jupiter might be invoked. Either celebrate an actual victory that occurred or in anticipation of an upcoming victory. So this is jupiter the conqueror jupiter. What is best in life right. Yes what Crush the titans see them driven before you hear their limitations from charteris. Yeah but of course. The jupiter a presumably a god also has to govern and certainly The roman empire would have realized that is well. It's one thing to conquer but then you need to hold your territory. And that's where the next aspect comes in jupiter conservator. this is a jupiter that holds a thunderbolt. But he's holding it above the image of the roman emperor so he's kind of a preserver of rule. Kind of halo a concept. I think you know it's like saying like the will of jupiter resonates through the emperor and he was the one who rules over these lands right now. One of the big ones is jupiter optimus maximus or bitter optimus maximus capital linus and this is the most powerful aspect of jupiter all powerful. As such the temple of jupiter optimus maximus was the most important temple in ancient rome located on capitoline hill. Now some other versions. You had jupiter full-bore this is Lightning jupiter but not passively so like jupiter often has lightning. But this is like jupiter with the aggressive stance. Like he's going to smart. You going to hurl thunderbolt for some reason when you said that i pictured not jupiter but i guess an analog to jupiter marzouk holding holding the. Yeah that's a famous image. Yeah martin is often pictured in kind of a fighting stance from the side. Yeah there's one that was referred to as jupiter dulles china's and this was focus of a roman mystery cult originally a local hittite. Hurry in god of fertility and thunder. So here we see. An example of of of the romans combining ideas another deity from another land is taken in becomes an aspect of jupiter. Then you have. Jupiter roominess This is the breast feeder of all life and then as we mentioned earlier jupiter of pufus this is the the cinder of rain in times of drought. A special sacrifices were made in the name of jupiter pluvial and these were called akwa lithium..
"jupiter" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind
"No one likes a wifi disruption especially the gamers so you just keep on being you keep on streaming chatting gaming and smart housing but xfinity will always be there serve up wi fi speeds that are up to the task and then some xfinity. The future of awesome rob. I don't know about you. But i am ready to mountain apologia for jupiter provious. Yeah let's do it. Let's let's talk jupiter. the god a more again. I think this comparison between the planet jupiter and the god jupiter is increasingly app. The more you look at it in in this episode. We're talking a good deal. I mean we're still talking about jupiter the destroyer and jupiter of of of passionate lashing out against humanity but but also jupiter the protector jupiter. The lord of earth Because he enforces his order upon it and he is in many ways it's protector and he was also expressly stated to be the protector of the roman state. The white ox was his favourite sacrifice in could afford an entire year's protection from the lord of the gods. Any probably took this sort of thing seriously. Seeing how he was also the god of oaths and treaties..
The Story of Miss Baker - Space Monkey
"Okay so what was the plan. Were they going to do with these. Twenty-six tiny cute monkeys already worried about them. Yeah so nasa wasn't a thing until nineteen fifty eight so for years. The army and the navy have been running these tests to see if it's safe to send humans to space and that's where these twenty-six tiny monkeys come in. So were they going to send all twenty six of these monkeys into space or was there like some kind of training tiny centrifuges how they just please imagine for a moment a monkey training montage. They had to go through like stimulated flights and lab testing. And you know stress testing like they were looking for the smartest calmest monkey to send to space. Yeah i'm totally imagining the monkey version of the right stuff. And i'm sure this isn't isn't true but i'm picturing like tiny silver jumpsuits and little monkeys walking down the tarmac in slow motion for sure. That is what i'm picturing. So it all sounds really cute. Little monkey nuts blazing a trail to the stars. But actually the us government at this point has been trying for a decade to bring a monkey back alive so starting in nineteen forty eight we had albert. The i went down to the tail. Explosion albert the second valve failure alpert. The third parachute didn't open i. I mean it's interesting and this is like it's both totally awful but gives you some sense of why they're doing these experiments right because they're going to send people into space plans to send people into space years out from sending people to space and so far there just you know. Just a bunch of dead monkeys. This is i mean so. This is pretty grim up until we get to miss baker. How did they end up choosing miss baker. So it's spring of nineteen fifty-nine. There's all launch scheduled. And so the navy basically narrows it down to one candidate and its tiny female squirrel. Monkey barely on adults. And she's teeny tiny. You hold her in your hands She has this adorable little like white mask on her face. You know tiny little like bear shaped ears a long tail super long fingers. Ucr your heart just goes out to her and the researchers really liked this particular monkey. The even named her tlc for tender loving care. They basically figure if she she was the smartest the most docile and that she was the best candidate for this mission little known fact nineties hip hop group. Tlc named after her frie- you music box out there. Score that one away. That's that that's not true so the mission was coming up and all higher ups like we. We can't call her. Tlc that's not. That's not going to sound good over the radio. And so they renamed her baker specifically they renamed her miss baker and her co pilot for the mission was another monkey and they call her. Ms able and so finally. It's may twenty eight one thousand nine hundred. Ninety nine launched a cape canaveral. They load miss baker up into this really scary looking contraption it's like a water bottle or metal thermos and she's wrapped up in there like a mummy in this little jacket and she able or walked out onto the tarmac where they launched all the ships and they're loaded into the top of a rocket fifty ton jupiter rocket fifty tonnes for two tiny monkeys. Okay so they're on top of this building sized fifty ten rocket they're tiny they're cute and this giant rocket this big launch. It's all for them. There's nothing else going on today so owning to thirty five. Am one lengthening. We have looked up thirty monkeys strapped in escaping from the gravity of earth and into space at one point. They're moving at ten thousand miles per hour. Just imagine flint would be terrifying for anybody much less a monkey in total they spend about fifteen minutes in space and then the nosecone detaches from the rocket and it begins the descent. Forty-five minutes after the launch. The nosecone splashes down about two hundred fifty miles off the coast of puerto rico. Just after five. Am that morning. The uss kua pulls up at picks up the nose cone and everyone is very nervous. They were desperate for these monkeys to have survived. So one of the guys aboard ship popped open the nose cone and both the monkeys were alive. Everyone was just everyone was so happy. They radio back to cape canaveral and they said able baker are perfect. No no problems after unwrapping her from her coat and her thermos one of the guys on the ship gave miss baker at a little cookie. And so it was. It was a huge success because these were the first monkeys to return alive from space. Oh wow yeah and these were like the first american animals to kind of come back in one piece and you know like at this point. This is the middle of the space race. There's a lot riding on this as a very very geopolitically important little tiny monkey yeah she was a big deal and you would be for the rest of your life so immediately miss baker in her co-pilot miss able are shipped off to washington. Dc for a press conference because our what do you mean a press conference the monkeys you gotta understand there now vip very important primates but four days after the landing something really sad happens miss able dies in a freak accident and so now. Miss baker is the only the only monkey to return alive from space and america's only animal astronaut to have survived. And so that just kind of makes her even more special there. Were you know newsreels about her children's books printed about her or she gets fanmail especially from children. She was on good morning. America at one point. She got double billing with the jackson five. That is famous. Yeah i also. I also love post her career in science her life kind of like moves into the gossip pages. A little more public figures like that like they do something you know like kind of given a title. She's called america's first lady in space. That's how she was seen so miss baker after her flight. She goes back to pensacola. You know there's a yearly parade in her honor but mostly she settles down. You know her handlers. Even get her a companion. Another squirrel monkey named big george and after a while the hands even hold a wedding for them so like many young couples miss baker in big george moved to a bigger place. The newly built us space and rocket center huntsville alabama and by. Now it's nine thousand nine hundred seventy one and it's been more than a decade since miss baker took her spaceflight so big george eventually passes away and miss baker immediately married off again to another monkey. And it's very celebrity. It's very tabloid. The space center even sends out engraved invitations and has a real judge into the fishy eight And they dress up miss baker in like a train veil. She actually rips off a couple minutes into the ceremony. Good for you good for you. Miss baker and so she you you just get this idea of like how precious she was to people in nineteen eighty-four. She dies of acute kidney failure. She's twenty seven years old and at this point. She is the longest known living squirrel monkey in history. She at this point. She's broken every single record for like the average lifespan of a squirrel monkey. So miss baker's led this long life. She had like an official wedding when she died where she given. The same treatment was a funeral. Or what happened. Oh yeah she was sent off in style she was buried right outside of the. Us rocketed space center and three hundred people showed up just to witness her being laid to rest. I saw some pictures to like flower. Reason like these signs saying you know like miss baker america's first lady of space born nineteen fifty seven died nine hundred eighty four. And you know she was that day she was laid to rest next big george who had been buried there for a couple of years now. That's nice that's nice
"jupiter" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind
"A huge wheel spinning gas and dust orbiting around a dense center and getting more thinned out as you move out from the center now eventually gravity pulls things together so much that The material at the center of the spinning disk Under under all this heat and pressure as it gets denser and denser starts to cause hydrogen atoms to fuse into helium atoms and this is the beginning of the nuclear fusion reaction that powers our sun and of course this releases tremendous amounts of in the process. You get radiation heat and sunshine. Meanwhile the outer parts of this spinning wheel they keep spinning around the newborn star at the center and eventually clumps of gas and dust inside this spinning disk. Start to be attracted to each other and to attract more gas dust to themselves because of gravity and they form these larger and larger clumps of matter still in orbit around the star and of course these accumulating clumps would eventually turn out to be solid stuff like planets moons comets and asteroids and one of the biggest of these early forming clumps would become jupiter This is a normal way for for star systems to form but Coming back to the that blog posts by eagle. That i was talking about sometimes we would just assume that other stellar systems should be like ours with small rocky planets toward the you know in smaller orbits or closer orbits around the sun and then bigger gas giants farther out but it looks like our solar system is rather unusual in this regard to read from siegel quote when we look at our most successful exoplanet hunting missions kepler tests the most abundant class of world that they've found is an in-between type commonly known as super earths despite the allure of a planet. That might be earth-like only larger and with more room for life forms on it super earths are nothing like our science fiction imaginings. Here's why you must never try and colonize one so in our solar system smaller rocky planets are close to the star within. What's known as the frost line as a certain distance out from from the host star and the outer planets Beyond the frost. Line are these gas giants but actually we know now from exoplanet surveys that this is somewhat arbitrary planets of any mask and any size can orbit in very close to the host star. You can have a planet as big as jupiter orbiting really close to our son making a full circuit within days..
"jupiter" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind
"No one likes a wifi disruption especially the gamers so you just keep on being you keep on streaming chatting gaming and smart housing but xfinity will always be there to serve up wi fi speeds that are up to the task and then some xfinity the future of awesome so i thought we might run through some of the The the murders or executions i guess attributed to jupiter zeus so first of all ones that seemed to be more specifically aligned with the roman jupiter. There's the story of Of tillis hostas who was killed by lightening bolt for botching the reading of sacred right. So you know. The knicks sense rights are important to religion. All this. it's it's it's part of the framework toting up though the cosmic order of the universe. This guy's getting it wrong. So zeus sends a lightning bolt down on him. Could you imagine if seth could throw lightning at us. Every time we screwed operating something it would it would be. It would be a bloodbath. Now we mentioned in The titanic machi tight now. During the titan namiki the war against the titans also said that jupiter killed his father. The titan saturn and saturn is basically the equivalent of the greek titan. Krona's right you get into different versions of it. Particularly i think the greek variations of it. It's it's less clear picture of him having killed. Sometimes it's dividing up. I mean it's it's kind of like when you're dealing with titan or a guide. Sometimes that kind of marvel universe system comes into play where nobody really dies. There's always a way they could come back right now. Murders attributed more properly zeus Boy there are number of them here. I there's asklepion and this one's interesting. Because he was essentially killed by zeus for practicing neck romance seat for raising the dead. Scorpius was some kind of healer figure. Wasn't he yeah. But you're not supposed to heal too much your mess. You're interfering with the divine order of things right. That's over the line now. There is someone who is Executed for essentially pretending to beezus. That's a now. Then there's another titan the titan minotti who was also killed during the war against the titans and then when you get into the the myth of keihin. The like hand was individual. There's a whole cool story to this. I think we've touched on it before on the show. But essentially he was punished by being turned into a wolf but he had a number of sons and a lot of those. If you look at lists of people that were killed by zeus his sons. Make up a whole sub section of that list and then there's a faith on the son of helius who essentially executed for bad driving But bad driving with the sun chariot. So you know. That's that's one thing if if if you're just misusing normal chair but if it's the chariot of the sun though that's dangerous and now you're toying with the gods but of course beyond specific murders or executions or killings want to Establish them jupiter or zeus tended to punish god's mortals and titans with various imprisonments Transformations tortures he is the king of the gods. After all and then he has to dish out this punishment to maintain cosmic balance but he but also due to sort of the outside nature of his own powers and his otherwise humanoid demeanor. You know he is still essentially a king and while a human king with human cravings and imperfections certainly has an outsized ability to Create chaos..
Practical Advice On Using Python To Power A Business
"Interviewing christopher about how python is used to help manage business needs and processes in his work to share advice on this topic practical business python so chris can you start by introducing yourself. Hi tobias somebody. Was chris moffet. And i blog at practical business python which is dedicated to sharing examples of how you can use python to solve common business problems. I've been using python for probably a dozen plus years and was formally trained in electrical engineering in computer science but never actually been a computer scientists and most of my career has been on the business side. So that's where i've really enjoyed combining that business experience that python experienced. And that's a lot of what i'm trying to share at practical business python. Do you remember how you first got introduced python. I do maybe like a lot of other people had used some other languages. I did a little bit of work as a unix system administrator and did some scripting in pearl and exposure to other programming languages in the past and someone that i was working with said. Hey you might want to check out this python thing. It's pretty cool language. This was probably in two thousand one two thousand and two so relatively new. And i looked at it a little bit and thought you know this whole white space thing. It just didn't really resonate with me. I didn't think it was that good fit. So i passed fast forward about six or seven months and i was working on a windows system and needed to do some scripting and took another look at python started. Play with it for about half a day or so. Suddenly it just kind of clicked in my brain. Made a lot of sense and i've been using python in some way shape or form ever since. Then you mentioned that you've been using practical business python as an avenue to help educate people on some of the ways that the language is used to solve different problems within the business context. Motoring if you can just give a bit of an overview about your mission of practical business python and some of the back story of how you got started with it and what keeps you motivated after multiple years of blogging and writing resources to that particular segment of the system. So like i mentioned. I i got exposed to python this. Pre data science hype. If you will this was even probably before. Django was really getting started in the web space. So i use it a little bit from an administrative perspective. I also did a little bit of django work and then over time. I just stopped using thought so i didn't have a real good excuse or reason to use it on a daily basis. I wanted to find an opportunity to continue to use python explore the python ecosystem and maybe share some of that with people. So i thought you know maybe it would be a good idea to start a blog. And that's the genesis. A practical business python so i had this idea in middle of two thousand fourteen and i originally thought that i would maybe spend more time talking about things like raspberry pi so i was interested in that and i thought that would be a fun thing to learn in learning blog about but then i started to do a little bit more research to figure out what i wanted to write about in. That's when i discovered pandas started getting more involved with the data science world and is i continued that discovery process of learning about all these tools and figuring out how i could apply to my own problems. It just naturally flowed into blog articles. Where i could share that with people. And then what was really interesting is the feedback. I would get from people so once. I would post an article. I'd get feedback. All this is really helpful. This really clarified some concepts for me and that kind of creates that feedback loop that encouraged me to continue to create content and improve over time and to be honest that's really what sustains me now with the blog i guess two things one. I enjoyed learning. Enjoy learning more about what's going on in the world and how you can use all these really sophisticated tools that are out there and enjoy presenting it to people in a way that hopefully simplifies it and brings it down to the types of problems that they're dealing with and the feedback. I get from people when they say. Hey this is great. Here's a problem. I had or you help me save hours of work in my day job because if i thought and so i think those are the types of things that really sustain me going forward and you mentioned that you have a degree in electrical engineering and computer science. So you're familiar with the programmatic aspect but you also mentioned that your actual day to day is more on the business side of things. I'm wondering if you can just give a bit of context about some of the specifics of your role and some of the ways that you actually end up using python in your day-today so my specific day to day role is i work doing strategic pricing for a medical device company. Here in the us and what that means is it's a lot of data analysis taking a look at maybe third party or external data as well as our internal data in trying to figure out the most effective way to price our products in discount our products in the market. So i use python ally to build repeatable and scalable data analysis processes for myself. And the way i think of it is a lot of people would use excel to may be modeled. The data do the analysis in. I try as much as possible where it makes sense to use. Python and pandas in jupiter notebooks to do that ad hoc analysis in building in a way that's more repeatable so that once i've done in analysis one time it's easier to replicate for another product or another scenario. I wanna
Is It Safe for Schools To Reopen?
"Zeke emanuel is the crazy brother of crazy rem. He is a doctor. You may recall. He wrote off a citizen's if he were here i would ask him if he had a problem with the policies that were put in place by cuomo and whitmer and pritzker and rudolf and all the rest of by putting covert positive patients in nursing homes. Since he had very inhumane take on senior citizens not that long ago. I wonder how old he is now mr producer because if he reaches a certain age by his own standards a drag on society but he was on the morning schmo show with willie geist which comes from jupiter island or jupiter florida which perfectly fine. Just don't be liars about it but they can't help it. So zeke manuals on there on the morning schmo show and this is how it went cut to go. Where are you on schools right now. I mean the story of new york and other places is that the ones that have been open since the fall or have phased in their opening have been incredibly healthy places. There has been incredibly low. Transmission rates isn't that sort of a case. Study that school opening has been safe and that it should happen across the country. I absolutely agree with you. Willie and i have been on this actually for months and months and months you can open school safely. The data are pretty overwhelming I have argued that we should put teachers at the top that they're essential workers That you can have kids wear masks. It's a controlled environment. You can space them off. You can have open windows and keep the ventilation going I advise a number of schools to do this. And it's been very very successful. So the data. The scientific data says open the schools. You have florida and some other states that have opened the schools. So you have real life data and yet fao. He's out there and we need to change her h hvac systems
The Universe's Background Noise: The Cosmic Microwave Background
"What is the background. It's that source signal that is in the back of all of our images and i literally mean it's like the back most layer. If you've ever used photoshop illustrator any of these art programs that have different layers. There's that layer. That's behind everything that you can set to transparent except for our universe doesn't understand that so no matter what color you're using to observe our sky in the spaces between bright objects there is light and sometimes even particles and gravitational waves that are emanating from some background that we're still in many cases trying to figure out what is and and i think people are are are most familiar with the cosmic microwave background. Only i think because it helped us figure out the entire origin of the universe. The big bang the cer- mind-bending conclusion that our universe is expanding. But but it's just one of them. There's tons it is. And i have to say also the fact that the causing microwave background was initially blamed on pigeon poop in the detector also really adds to story arc by you. Should you should explain that. If you're going to bring pigeon poop and not go into more detail. I think you have to. So so i- pens easson wilson to research scientists working at bell labs. We're working to figure out how to improve microwave. Communications here on the surface of the earth. They built a big old attack ter- and they were looking for 'cause mc sources that could interfere with point to point signals used in telecommunications and they found things they expected like jupiter jupiter is loud but between all the things they expected defined find there. Is this constant signal and normally when you have this kind of a constant signal in a detector that works like a radio detector. you think it's just like norway's in the system and so they're trying to get rid of the noise every way possible and they noticed that pigeons were roosting in their system so they gave it a thorough cleaning to remove anything. The pigeons may have left within the detector and it didn't work and in the end after contacting research group at princeton and talking to folks like people's they realize that what they were seeing matched theoretical predictions of a cold long wavelength background of light. That was the stretched out remains of photons released in the moment when the universe cool enough for electrons and atomic nuclei to bond together making our universe transparent for the first time this had been theorized that that if you win restarting to detect that they were seeing galaxies. Moving away in all directions. That was one line of evidence that would mean that those things those galaxies were all close together the past therefore you should see a time when everything was all in roughly the same region and it would be opaque and it would be hot and then you should see his moment when it all got released into the universe and and that's what they saw and just to be clear. It's it's not that there was any center to the universe any region where things were more compact. It's the entire universe. The surface of afford dimensional hyper tour. Royd was a smaller surface in a three dimensional on top of a four dimensional. Kind of
Ready or Not, Baseball Begins Spring Training This Week
"Is almost back, saying Louis cards are pictures and actually, catchers are set to report to spring training and Jupiter Today, Marlins pitchers and catchers are back in Jupiter tomorrow. Washington Nationals Camp in West Palm and Tampa Bay Rays spring Spring training headquarters in Charlotte County will fire back up tomorrow as well and opening day for all 30 teams. A set for April 1st.
"To understand millan kovic cycles. We have to understand each of the cycles which the earth goes through individually. There are several of them. And it's gonna take a bit of visualization to get the concept via podcast where there are no visual aids. But it shouldn't be too difficult. We'll start by going through the cycles that the earth itself goes through to understand these need to think of the earth as a spinning top when the top spins. it's usually not perfectly upright. The top will be tilted somewhat just like atop. The earth has a tilt to rotation currently the earth tilts twenty three point five degrees. And that is what is responsible for the seasons. However that tilt known as obligatory isn't static it actually wobbles back and forth between twenty two point one degrees and twenty four point five degrees right now. We're in the middle of such a cycle. The time it takes to complete one full cycle of going from twenty two point one degrees to twenty four point five degrees and back again is forty one thousand years the greater the tilt the more sun the polar regions will get in the summer and the more extreme the seasons are the next part of the cycle is axial procession if you can imagine the spinning top again as it. Spinning the axis of the top is rotating. Circle isn't just tilting. In one direction on the earth the direction of our access in the north currently points to the north star players this temporary over the course of twenty five thousand seven hundred and seventy one point five years. The earth's axis will go in a circle that means that not only will the north star. Not be the northstar at some point but twenty five thousand seven hundred and seventy one years from now it will be the northstar again while the earth is going about it cycles on it's wobbling and spinning access there are also things happening to the earth orbit itself for this part instead of a spinning top. I want you to visualize a spinning plate. The edge of the spinning plate would be the orbiting. The earth and at the center of the plate would be the sun the first orbital cycle is the orbital eccentricity cycle the orbit of the earth around. The sun isn't a perfect circle. it's slightly elliptical the shape of that ellipse changes over time. And how much it deviates from a circle is known as eccentricity the eccentricity cycles between point zero zero three four which is almost perfectly circular two point zero five eight which is more slightly elliptical the changes due to the gravitational pull of large planets like jupiter and saturn. This cycle takes about one hundred thousand years. The next cycle is called app sill procession. If you can imagine that played again this time imagine it. As more of an oval plate as the earth is going around its orbit around the edge. The plate itself is rotating that means be closest and farthest point that the earth is from the sun will change over time. This cycle is about one hundred and twelve thousand years. Finally there's a cycle for orbital inclination. That rotating plate isn't flat and actually tilts and the tilt changes over time as well. This cycle is about one hundred thousand years as well and is very close to the same length. As orbital eccentricity cycle each of these cycles involves relatively small changes over long periods of time however they can compound each other or they can mitigate each other all of these cycles have been known for a while somewhere known back as far as antiquity and others were more recently discovered in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries in one thousand nine hundred eighty s serbian astrophysicists named bulletin. Millan kovic put all the pieces together. He realized that these cycles closely followed the patterns of ice ages in particular three of these axial tilt eccentricity and procession all affected the amount of sunlight that would fall on the northern hemisphere. These cycles could either cancel each other out to moderate the strength of seasons or they could compound each other making the seasons even more powerful in particular. What really mattered was the amount of sunlight falling on the northern hemisphere. In the summer why the northern hemisphere that is where most of the land is sixty eight percent of the land on earth is in the northern hemisphere land. Can't store heat as well as water. Which means that ice can form on it. Easier ice reflects sunlight which can cause further cooling during an ice age most. The ice accumulates in the northern hemisphere in the south is can only accumulate to a point before it hits warmer water and the ice will cleave off to form icebergs. Glaciers depend on how much of the ice melts during the summer when the earth is at its maximum tilt more sun is hitting the northern hemisphere in the summers if the orbit of the earth is such that it's at its closest point to the sun. When this happens summers will be very intense and ice will melt when he opposite happens when the tilt is at a minimum and the earth is farther away in the summers ice will not melt as much and glaciers will grow. All of these factors individually are rather small at its closest point to the sun which currently happens on january fourth. Remember back to my episode on why we celebrate new year's day when we do there's only about six percent more solar radiation hitting the earth than when we are at the farthest point likewise the axial tilt of the earth only changes a few degrees however these effects can be big enough when they work in conjunction to cause an ice age. The observed strength of ice ages is usually found to be stronger than the millen kovic cycles would suggest leading some climatologists to think that there might be a positive feedback mechanism at work. Something which causes the planet to cool faster than expected. The timing of ice ages is still being worked on. Kovic predicted that i would be about forty one thousand years apart and that was true up until about one million years ago since then ice ages have come at about one hundred thousand years which corresponds to the eccentricity cycle. Milne kovic cycles aren't just unique to earth like the earth. Mars has all the cycles. I just mentioned except that the timing and the extent of the cycles are different. Researchers estimate that mars has had between six and twenty ice ages over the last eight hundred million years. The martian milankovitch cycle might bring about an ice age every four hundred thousand to two point one million years. Some of you might be wondering if mellon kovic cycles are responsible for the recent climatic changes measured over the last several decades and the answer is no milakovic's cycles take thousands. If not tens of thousands of years to change their effects. Camping noticed over periods short as a decade so the next time you think about the earth as a spinning ball in space realize that the spinning the orbit isn't a static unchanging thing it's always slowly changing and there are cycles within cycles within cycles
Gov. DeSantis announces expanded Publix vaccinations throughout Florida
"Public's pharmacies in the state will start to distribute the Corona virus vaccine this week, Governor Romney Sanderson, the town of Jupiter announced all 67 public's pharmacies in Palm Beach County will be offering the vaccine not only one of our biggest counties, but you have 25% of this county is 65 older, he says. Seven public stores and neighboring Martin County and Two in Monroe will also have the vaccine available for seniors age of of 65 65 older, older, each each pharmacy pharmacy will will be be able able to to do do up up to to 125 125 inoculations inoculations a a day. day. Reservations Reservations will will be be taken taken starting starting tomorrow, tomorrow, with with the the first first shots shots being being given given out out on on Thursday. Thursday. I'm I'm Joel Joel Malkin.
The New Moon in Capricorn
"I'm recording this tonight. The new moon is only about an hour and a half away. So i'm right on top of it even now and you wherever you are in this moment are to. This is our first new moon of twenty twenty one and yet it is quite likely to feel more like a wrap up of twenty twenty because it is a new moon in the sign of capricorn conjoint pluto so we are being asked in a sense in a very real sense to revisit everything we experienced in twenty twenty that was marked by the capricorn planets of that year that included pluto but also saturn and jupiter. Who have since moved into aquarius and mars. And of course a number of other planets as well
"jupiter" Discussed on Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe
"In New Mexico really. Yeah that was a possible concern. Yeah before they tested. It did the calculations and they couldn't rule out igniting the atmosphere. But you know they went ahead and tried it anyway. What's the worst that can says not just particle physicists? They're potentially ending the world okay. Oh good it's other kinds of dry and even ending potentially other worlds. Yes if you wanted to turn Jupiter into a star you'd have to somehow gathered these materials. Yeah talk about that if you're an alien in Arthur C. Clarke novel. How would you well you know? Where can you get these materials like? What is the source of raw materials? You'd need to turn you into a star. There's really the biggest things in the solar system are the Sun Jupiter and after that everything else is a tiny detail so the only place to get this is from the sun so you'd have to basically steal from the Sun Siphon off a huge amount of matter and you know feed that into Jupiter somehow really. There's not enough gas floating around or asteroids floating around can Afi Jupiter. There's only a tiny little bit of gas and asteroids. Most of the stuff is coalesced into the sun and into Jupiter and even Jupiter is like a tiny fraction remember. It's one when thousands of the mass of the Sun. So if you like made a bar chart of all the stuff in this solar system it would basically be the sun and then you know a few crumbs so Jupiter is just like the biggest crummy after that is basically nothing of note. All right. Say you need Uber to be ten times bigger and so maybe let's talk about how that would look like like. Let's say we increase Massachu- bitter by two. How would it look different? Wouldn't have enough energy diffuse right and so just looked like a bigger Jupiter Sinoe be bigger and fatter it would have just as many crazy storms but the be really no fundamental change. It might emit more radiation. 'cause it would have more activity in the interior. Do the increased pressure like the service woods accepted the same which just be bigger who just be bigger and the service would look sort of the same. But we don't really understand Jupiter's cloud patterns and what's going on there the crazy vortices the red spot. That's the kind of thing we don't understand and if we increase Jupiter's mass than all the features that contribute to that craziness would be doubled and so we'd probably get as you know twice as many bands and much more craziness may be the reds. Bob would be even more insane. But the there are a lot of questions about these gas giants. Saturn has a hexagon on his North Pole. That we don't understand either right. Hold podcast about that mystery. It'd be a fascinating experiment to do to double the mass of Jupiter to see what happens. I hey turn that Knob at see. How crazy these planets get. Yeah let's do it okay. I'll write a proposal. What's the worst that can happen? What would be happening on the inside like I know that the inside Jupiter there's like what is it frozen hydrogen or something metallic hydrogen metallic hydrogen. Yeah the oceans of liquid hydrogen is all these layers of more and more compressed hydrogen. And as you add more stuff to it than those layers get denser and denser. -An right until the very core that's where the fusion would begin when you get enough. Massa gradually approach and you got these layers and layers of more intensely squeezed hydrogen. Okay so then as I increased demand. Let's say importing more hydrogen and to Jupiter. Now were live four times the size of Jupiter right now or the mass to thanks still change like you know. Does it suddenly become more solid at the core? Or does it become like a scan nebulous ball of gas or does it would look the same just bigger it would look the same just bigger. I don't know that you would see much different from the outside like again. We don't understand the the patterns on the surface so it's hard to predict what those look like but on the inside you beginning new layers beginning. The core would be denser right as you. Add more mass. You're creating new layers in the core. That are denser and hotter and eventually you're GonNa make the one that's GonNa fuse. Oh I wonder if it would grow another. I wouldn't that be cool. Me totally awesome in fact. We'd wonder if that happened if it was typical or unusual really. We should replicate this project. We should make like ten. You Know Double Jupiter's or ten Quad Jupiter's just to see if it's a systematic or wow I mean while we're scooping matter out of the Sun and playing God let's be systematic about. It's fun with it right. -ality I keep going and I've I've pumped Jupiter up to one one hundredth the size of the the mass of the sun where it could become a brown dwarf I guess would just automatically turning to Brown dwarf or does it need like some kind of event to trigger it or does it happen slowly. Jupiter wouldn't actually turn into a brown dwarf if you've got to one hundred mass of the Sun because that's a special kind of process it needs deterioration and if we're just adding hydrogen remember which just protons and electrons that needs to get to one tenth. The mass of The Sun. Do is a special thing and you need a proton and a neutron and the electron around it and the neutron helps that Fusion Hata. You might think well. That's weird. Has a neutron help fusion happen? It's neutral anyway right. Remember neutrons of these bound objects quirks. They have the strong force. The neutron is what helps hold things together like in heavier. Elements ain't the neutron is the reason why the element is stable keep the Proton separated and the little residual strong force from the quirks helps tie everything together so the neutrons like the little helper assistant particles making the fusion. Happens of Brown dwarfs uses this special channel only available when you have deteriorated so Jupiter isn't mostly deteriorates mostly hydrogen. How man all right so I did all this work. I inflated Jupiter Ten Times his size and Apparently Nothing Evans exactly. So let's Let's keep going keep pressing the accelerator and see what happens to Jupiter. But first let's take.
"jupiter" Discussed on Space Nuts
"Be. Oh good once again. Thank you for joining us. This is the space nuts podcast. I'm your host Andrew. Dunkley forgotten to tell you that for the last one hundred episodes. But that's who I am an- joining me as always is professor Fred. What's an astronomer lodge? Hello Fred Andrew. You see you've got to keep telling people what your name is because they otherwise they getting wrong. I do it on the Radio. Just about every segment because it's the only way. I can remember my name at this particular stage in my life but I haven't been told to shut up because we know who you are although when I worked with the Stranded Broadcasting Corporation that actually did happen. I got an email one day saying Andrew. Can you stop telling us who you out? We know so I did stop for a couple of days and then I forgot who I was and thought. Oh better get back to you kind of develop. When you're on in radio you to develop Little crutches little habits and that's probably one of mine just sort of default to my name is a is a way of sort of changing subjects. others have different ways of doing things. Our work with a fellow at the moment is bannon radio even longer. I'll have which makes it very long time. And he has a crutch that he uses when he wants to finish off explaining something. You always ends the sentence with and all that sort of thing and I didn't realize how much he said it until somebody pointed it at one dia. Now that's all I he yes anyway. It's like saying to someone next time you listen to the radio. I listen for the breaths between sentences and then that's all I can he. It's it's yeah people don't notice it until you say something and then I just can't unnoticed it. Anyway that's beside the point Let us talk about what's happening on today's program. And there's been this amazing image released of Jupiter. It's an infrared image and it's It is spectacular. Not only that. It was a photograph By a friend of yours a former colleague and it is a composite photo. It's not a point and shoot. Oh good top of thing this. This actually took a bit of work in. It's been going on for about a Ye. We're also going to talk about catching into Stella Asteroids like the Space Dookie oh I got decided again Yeah the Space Doogie Euro to back sort of skirted past earth and the sun and we found out after the fact that it was an actually from ask solar system or even our galaxy as it turns out. I think was from another star system within a galaxy of Carmen Freidel correct me But now they talk about a very clever way of capturing those things. I don't know if they've been catching them and bringing them back to Earth or just you know finding them and we've got a couple of intriguing questions to tackle this week. One is related to asteroids And a new theory on the tune. Gupta episode which saw vast areas of Siberia obliterated by what was thought to be an asteroid impact but Now there's a new theory thinking that it was a asteroid grazed atmosphere. So someone's sort of come up with a question about we'll have closest to close. Obviously if that's what happened to goose that was too close and we have Petty from Sydney. Who's a roof tyler? Who wants to know if he can guide them is and you know put tiles on the roofs of dwellings. Mass to protect astronauts. It's actually an interesting question to ask so. We'll let tackle all of that today. Minnesota coming out of left field in many respects as always afraid. Let's talk about this fabulous A photograph of of Jupiter. It's sound looking at it right. Now is amazing. It's stunning isn't it? What's really spectacular about? This picture is that it was taken from ground based Telescopes Gemini North Telescope. Which is in on the on Medicare the mountain in the Big Island of Hawaii? You mentioned a friend of mine municipal. He didn't take this image but he pioneered the technique that has been take. He's now a Nari tie actually His is Craig Makhaya Nissan. He's a was for many as a senior astronomer institute of strong in Cambridge so he many years ago addressed the problem of how we eliminate the distorting effect of the atmosphere. This is with a big ground based telescope the limit as to how much detail you can see. An image is all is always. The atmosphere is the In the atmosphere. And that's why big telescope to build on high mountaintops because they are better list today with that less to deal within. The turbulence is usually lower especially the near the western seaboard of a continent is a complex set of geographical circumstances that lead to this stability of the atmosphere which is what it's kind of the holy grail of visible light optical astronomy. So great idea was a well. Let me just say that there are the stuff standard way of dealing with this. Is something cold up to where you essentially you look at the light. That's coming down to you telescope through the atmosphere and you sense distortion from the from the atmosphere by looking the way a particular star changes its Technically it's the white from this changing but you can think of it as the twinkling of the Star and you can sort of measure that you can sense that then a little bit light you do with noise cancelling headphones you essentially invert that That signal of the turbulence and basically subtract it from what you're getting and it cancels out the turbulence. That's the theory. It's a lot more complicated than that. But that is expensive The technology has taken twenty years to get to the kind of state it is now which is actually really pretty good and it's one reason why we're now thinking about building a. Lt's extremely large telescopes on the ground. Because they will use this adaptive optics technology but Craig MCI. It's probably twenty thirty years ago now. Figured that. If you've got brought in objects you can do something a little bit different. A specialty was what we call C. The imaging that's the the solid state images. Now I know your phones and cameras and things like that That as a allows you to if you've got a bright object to take many many images repeatedly of the same thing and that effectively gives you a movie but what. The movie's doing is recording as well as the object. You're looking at recording. The turbulence in the atmosphere and there will be moments when that turbulence settles down. And you've suddenly got maybe a tenth of a second or thousands of a second of perfect stability and so what we're lucky imaging technique does is. Y- you gather thousands of images. Then you go through them a just pick out the ones where the atmosphere was perfectly stable and then you add those together a and you get something like what we're seeing with this image of Jupiter. Something that's got the most incredible detail Now there is a lot more it than that is there is. I should remind Shouldn't be multiple than that. But the the The technology is not just you know it's not just somebody looking through it by this. They're very sophisticated algorithms. Let you select the best images an optum in a particular way. In fact this image of Jupiter they had to the algorithms to be clever enough to allow for the rotation of Jupiter Jupiter rotates on these axes wants in about ten hours. I think roughly and that means that the the features that you saying changing position on the disc of Jupiter. So it's going to take care of that so that's how this fabulously detailed image was made in fact in southern in Jupiter's southern hemisphere the detail that you is is almost comparable with what we saying from Juno spacecraft which is around you because it right next door to wow that that's a that's a big coal well look at it. Just look at the image. You probably go into view. I have right now. Yeah see those eddies wills the storms. Yes it's not it's not a it's certainly not the same as Juno but it's it's revealing things that we didn't say before in ground-based images the other thing we should say about the H. Under the I think you've mentioned already that it was second in infrared region of the spectrum. The Red Red caught the spectrum where we are essentially sensing heat so the reason why the image looks really peculiar when you compare it with visible light picture of Jupiter invisible light cloud belts of Jupiter Bryce and the features that you say most. Obviously but an infrared. The cloud belts are actually dark because they're silhouetted against the heat that's coming out from the planet's Interior. So what you saying in the in the bright regions of the image an is easy to find. Show you our listeners will find it very easily but I'll say it when they download the podcast. Mike could have feature image for this leagues episode. Yeah okay so we can talk about it. with with impunity. We don't have to worry that people are gonNA say yeah. It's the cloud belts dock an inbetween them a bright region. So you're looking down to the lands of Jupiter's atmosphere that woolmer than the cloud belts and that's why we see the effect of the cloud belts being silhouetted against this. This heat radiation. That's coming from from Patriot. Self a model image really a very very spectacular Craig's looking at it and thinking. Yeah I started a lot time ago. Yeah it's not sort of the pioneer I guess was yeah. That's what that's what Captain Cook told you when you when you came to Australia. Isn't it sh- with an infrared image? I'm just interested now and it's a silly question. But what color is the red spot in an infrared? Image it's That's a really good question. I don't know the answer to that. I'm not sure whether the the red spot might be in this image actually But silhouetted unsuspecting. Its black colour. Yes that's right The red spot does we know from Juno that the suit of circulation is a big Syke. Limb that extends a long way down into into Jupiter's atmosphere so you might expect that you're seeing a bit of a hole into the low alleged Jupiter atmosphere that might make the right spot bright but of course the red spot necessarily be on this side of Jupiter facing a disadvantage. But yet you've got there. I'll try and find out a really good question I didn't think about but anyway thank you. I'll take that. This is another thing that we might just mention in that set. The infrared radiation is detected from objects in space. It's not just one color has a spectrum light visible light does so you can see you know. The sort of Bach owed features in the spectrum. Not As many as you say. Visible Light But you could also divide the infrared spectrum into caliban which we do. We Call Them J. K. At least in the near infrared which is in alphabetical order. The Jay is not. It's just wavelengths of shows a bit longer than Red Light I is much longer in case where the heat really the cave. Bundy's where the heat really south showing through so suspect this images either. In the way Bundoran you know Perhaps competitive some of those bands. So now that we've sort of perfected this technology in we're able to gather images of your knee Ni- Biz lock this. Is this kind of Maine. That it's probably GonNa be easier in somewhat cheaper than sending probes to other worlds or are. We still have to do that for practical purposes. The there's no question but that you learn more about these distant objects by having something right next to it you can do so much more This is I'm like this The valuable because they actually back up. What the spacecraft to telling us so you know the the you can bet they'll be scientists comparing this image with the images that will take him on June at the same time showing the the clouds in the in the saying you know the same a instant of time so all of this comes together to increase knowledge. It'll be reset Getting the most amazing information of this but you also need the space craft this no question of that and I suppose that also backs up the The basis of scientific discovery You need more than one. Confirmation determined something That's that's the element that the central element of scientists that you need to do. Repeated experiment need to get information from different sources. Negga all right along hard look at that beautiful Majo- of Jupiter era which is On our website and probably on whatever imager looking at via whatever platform you download our podcast from which is Available everywhere these days. You're listening to the space knots. 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"jupiter" Discussed on Rose Buddies
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His other shows likes to rip his clothes apart while he is recording. And that's you know that's a hard habit to keep up without your support. Runs the tally up for sure. Hey Do you any small wonders? I do actually I thought about making this a big wonder but I figured I would keep it small and talk about the Zamboni driver that filled in for the goaltender unbelievable. I didn't read the story. I just saw the headlines. The Carolina Hurricanes both goaltenders got injured during the game in February and they had nobody else to back them up it has so happened that these zamboni driver had a history of playing goal He actually had a pretty successful hockey career and then he needed a kidney transplant and his career got derailed and so he was helping the Toronto marlies which is a affiliate team right. He served with her practice goaltender. So I think they knew like oh he'd be able to do this and so he came in around the third period. They had a three one lead when he entered and he stopped eight of ten shots and so they ended up winning six. Three Carolina. Clearly the dominant team right game. But he also eight of ten shot at a free good man for man that was in his forties and doesn't play goal. That is so good so because I guess he played this role he gets per. Nhl Rules five hundred dollars. And he's and he's allowed to keep his Jersey over K Harry cash right show. Yeah so nice of you. I'm going to say the worst idea of all time. Podcasts I saw the these are our friends and Co hosts on the the toll that show but they have started doing a miniseries wrapped it up because it wasn't mini series called my week with cats where they watched the cats movie every day for a week and just dip back into to that and sweet sweet. God it's still. It's still makes me laugh very hard. This show. These two boys pert themselves with bad movies and I enjoy hearing that happen. A great deal more timely than some of their previous ventures would sure. We're less focused on movies. That are currently yes exactly phenomenon. Hey you go first this week. What are you This is so we are recording. Some of these Batch because we are about to travel right so I was Kinda struggling to come up with things since I reached out to my good friends. One of which Our OUR FRIEND. Grace who is just just a brilliant young woman and she suggested Jupiter the planet the planet. She's Jupiter is a super bowl planet. You should look into it. Yeah I mean it's big like fucking beat it for size right yeah. It's so big. Yeah do you have any Scott's about how big it is Hun? Oh of course I do. Were you trying to set me up right there in a little bit? It is three hundred eighteen times as massive as Earth Goo. Wow that's a that scares me to think about. If you combine all the planets it is still two and a half times more massive. Nice try guys. But Jupiter wins real big guy. It takes only ten hours to complete a full rotation on its axis. What's not always? It's like super big. It's real fast pinning so fast. I think I didn't read this. This is why am I friend. Grace suggested it. She said that it like keeps our planet safe from a lot of like asteroids and meteors and stuff because it pull so much energy towards interesting. Yeah it is not only big and fast is the third brightest object in the solar system after Venus and the Moon so you've probably seen Jupiter in the sky and not realize that's what you're looking at. Yeah I hate to jump in here disagree with science but I think the sun is one of the brightest things in our solar system. I mean probably. Yeah but you can't see this on at night can you? Yeah that's a good point thinking about Jupiter also has ring systems so saddened gets all the credit for the rings. Jupiter. Hasn't too yeah. They're pretty faint gassy right. It's a gassy. Yeah I mean. It's a gassy thing. It's like material that was ejected by moons just kind of orbits Moon Duke just floating around and that's Gross Jupiter. You Nasty you. Speaking of Moons Jupiter has sixty seven confirmed moons. I thought it was like seven in the seventies that sixty seven confirmed moons. Like as of as of now I o is one of them. I didn't write 'em did you think. Maybe I knew. All the moons Titan I think is one of sure it has over two hundred natural satellites orbiting it. So maybe that's why okay. Yes I do. I know what makes something a moon? I don't know but the rest of them. I think we agree. I just space trash. It spinning so rapidly that it is flattened out a little bit it's it's polls and bulging at the equator super. Around kind of a dummy thick asks this the last time we saw Jupiter. Nasr's new horizons made a fly by in two thousand seven. So who knows what's going on up there? Yeah locking change thirteen years. Gosh I mean what were we doing in two thousand seven you know. It was a different time for for all of us. I was still in Chicago. You're still in Chicago in college. I was in college. Yes I was in college. This is two thousand seven so this was like George Bush was president. You know what I mean like. Shit was wild pretty sure the song drops of Jupiter had been out for a long time by then. Yeah maybe not. Actually who knows? That song feels immortal in a way that I really want to say about Jupiter. I just think there's a lot we don't know about up there and I've never been particularly space person. Yeah you know I. I never had a desire to go into space I've never been particularly fascinated with it. Didn't realize how big Jupiter was out there. Yeah it'd be kinda interested in space more. It's one of the things I remember like in school talking about the scale of different or blake celestial bodies where like the thing was like Oh man earth can fit into the son like one point five million times and like it was like something like you can fit like thirteen earth's in Jupiter. Something something like that. But that doesn't seem correct. I think I'm just made that. There's for example so there is a red spot on Jupiter It's butthole. That's what I always every time I look up at I'm like Oh yeah you Jupiter That's not that's gross. Jupiter put that away. What would you call? It's rings then if if the red spot is it is it like it's Like ITS BELT. Its Belt Okay So that red spot Can contain two or three planets the size of earth in its diameter. So just that red spot alone and maybe a does. We've never gotten in there but maybe a couple. Maybe we used to have twelve planets in the solar system and Jupiter. Ate It all up. That's a good point. Yeah there was actually. I saw online that if If Jupiter were more dense it would start pulling in on itself then Jupiter Stop. Yeah Jupiter Shop. You're good as is. I love your big helpful. Frankness safe I guess from asteroids and the like but please calm down because that would be bad if you if you imploded. They don't change things. Don't change a thing. Don't slimmed-down no God no no. Don't just just just right as you're right as you are is really really good. Just maybe put that butthole people are looking. We've maybe you don't know this because you're wicked far away but we've invented telescopes so we can see that nasty like we know what you're doing up there one day. Saturn is going to be like Oh Shit Jupiter. I think they got telescopes Jupiter. Like Oh my God this whole time this whole time my bungs been just out. And what's your first thing? My first thing is the greatest breakup song of all time weird. That felt very familiar. I feel like we've done a song where we said like. Oh that's the greatest breakup song of all time like we've talked about. I can't remember what it was anyway. It's a case of you by Joni Mitchell. I don't think we've talked about Joni Mitchell on her lower. Because we talked about Judy Cell. And so like it's a pretty obvious comparison there but The album blue by Joni Mitchell is like Fronta back one of the best albums. Yes it's it's one of my. I like treasured record albums that I got And I was sort of a late late comer to it but the song a case of us off that album and just like widely regarded as one of her greatest songwriting accomplishments. I'm a just hilariously uncultured fella. And this was especially true before I like moved to Austin and in many in the first time I heard the song was actually at a concert in Chicago from the December assists and Colin. Meloy did like just a solo acoustic cover of it after the after the encore and it was like so I was like man. This song kicks ass. The December is added again. They're big and then I learned it was a cover and that is like when I got super into Joni Mitchell like that that you're living in Chicago because man that's good wintertime music to holy. Shit I just I. This song is so gorgeous right musically speaking we can start there. It is just these really rich. Guitars like layers and layers of guitars and steel guitars and just like gentle sort of Alz. Percussion tapping and Joni Mitchell's voice is like really explores the space which is a very Joni Mitchell thing just launching her pitch like just all over if you've never heard it before I'm.
"jupiter" Discussed on The Astrology Podcast
"If you're doing elections you could hook things to Jupiter and not Saturn at Dell have to worry about it and now You know we have the the the good. The bad are much more thoroughly mixed which is useful in some ways right. It's useful that Jupiter's trying to help what's what's going on in capricorn but that's going to take up a lot of Jupiter's energy in terms of things you know if we talk about improving things we're becoming more favorable favorable. They're kind of two ways to do that. One is navigating negatives and one is adding positives do veteran capricorn is going to be very concerned with navigating negatives yeah yeah whereas Jupiter. Let's add this. We did this. Let's all fly out to Denver in outing a positive. That's totally 'cause I think this is really really key is that you've got to think about it. From the perspective you know so Jupiter may not love being in Capricorn but sadness certainly gonNA enjoy having a little bit of Jupiter there with with him very very powerful assistant boss around exactly exactly so. I think what you were sort of getting to before Chris. We've we've had saddening capricorn with Pluto for two years and we've had the south node that since November of last year twenty eighteen there is going to be a qualitative difference to that stuff once Jupiter steps in. Yeah I mean it's GonNa be a good year for Saturn elections during certain parts. It's the years especially when we can get a data chart and greeting szekely SR attorney Ian Type Things as so what would like symbolically be some good Saturn Saturn in capricorn type things when they're positively reinforced like things that are long lasting have strong foundations or things that start off slowly or gradually but eventually become very long lasting and become a sort of fixture permanent yeah exactly on or things with A malefic intent. But we don't for that sure. Yeah but I do think I mean the idea of sanctioning capricorn with building like a stone wall or something that is made of a very durable type of material that is going to take some crofting and some effort to establish the foundational the base. But I think that's part of what what you're trying to get good satin elections out of this. Jupiter is going to help with longevity and potential for satisfaction over time the Jupiter will serve Saturn in capricorn. Basically as you said make the Saturn elections better. Yeah but we wouldn't wouldn't Wouldn't turn turn the charts of the capricorn is rising and then focus our efforts on Jupiter focus our expectations on Jupiter. You better yeah. We would look at how Jupiter can help with S- attorney and things so one thing to note about Jubran Capricorn in December. Two things one on Jupiter will be in. It's basically it's places it's it's the portions of Capricorn where it does best of first deck in is Jupiter the ruled and the the bound of Jupiter overlaps with Without first second okay. So that's that's That's a that's going to be more more functional Jupiter and capital where you can you know get Jupiter and you can get. Jupiter stuff isn't going to be true later. Yeah we also Oh have You know again. It's it sure it's Jupiter and capricorn but Jupiter is never alone in CAPRA corn And I never never alone this year and so in terms of things that are relevant. This month We have the interesting situation where we have both been fixed Venus Genus in Jupiter Hanging out with a Saturn Pluto Dragon tail end we have a Jupiter gets very close to conjunction with the south note for a month which is An interesting combination in of itself. That's the first slower moving thing that Saturn the Jupiter can joins in Capricorn. Yes at Jupiter will also be with the some this month so Jupiter is in there is that I guess invisible quality One of the things I'd like to they are saying Kelly was Jupiter Capricorn and. You're starting to say something that I was interpreting in my own mindset is like slow incremental change yeah Is like a good keyword or phrase for I think droop during Capricorn. Yes a slow steady build improvement through building systematising a building systems for something. You're already doing. It's not the the In many cases it will not be the Utopian vision it will be laying the bricks for the houses in the little the village that you WanNa create It'll you know we're talking about this. This came up the other day. Like you know it's like you're doing all this stuff and maybe it's is going well this year and what would be great is not doing more stuff but systematising the things you're already doing so it's more efficient There's there's a very strong material Material looking at the bones of things looking at the making sure. The foundations aren't cracked with with Jupiter. In Capricorn and this is part of the contradiction between the quality of Capricorn and the planetary nature of Jupiter Jupiter or naturally rises. It's you know it's hot. Warm Moist air naturally wants to go up. It naturally wants to get the thirty thousand foot view and that can be frustrating -tarian types because it's not the vision. It's literally the it's the Labor it's and I think Labor Uber is really good word for Jupiter and capricorn because it is that sense of the effort and the work. I'm hoping that many people have had a chance to tap into the vision this year. Two Thousand Nineteen. Because I think that's part of this symbolic shift is when we being out of Jupiter and so you now have a picture or an image in your mind of what you'd like to build or create and you better and Capricorn is picking up the tools to actually then do that symbolically whether that's planning restructuring or what have you right What were some of the we started talking about natives Jupiter and camper corn odd? You remember some of the examples who we were coming up with the. I have two favorites One is his dwayne. The Rock Johnson who has a Jupiter in capricorn conjuncture the moon in the fourth house. Okay in it's a terms mm face and it rules that moon conjuncture Jupiter rules ten thousand. He's literally like named a large earthen objec- ah he is reputed for his substantial quality It's a very large man and so obviously I thought I I used an example and My Year one class the other week a shout out to everybody who's there for that And what's interesting about. That is that he shows the the issues as with dignity that you would expect. But also the Jupiter and Capricorn is still Jupiter Jupiter Moon conjunction is still a nice thing. Yeah so with it. Being in his fourth we look at family And he went in and the ruler is giving the moon which is in the fourth Rules the tenth and so he actually went into the family business which was wrestling. Yeah right and if we're talking about a lack of dignity You know it was Family business was is pretending to fight men in your underwear that right. It doesn't mean that that's not it doesn't mean that he wasn't successful and that that's not a career but You know that's coming from the bottom. Yes so I have another example. Actually I'll let me do my other examples really quickly so Rupaul also Jupiter Uber. And Capricorn also. You know we're talking about You know dignity in terms of society rate because that's actually all of the traditional metaphors for dignity. They are about place within a given society. Yeah and the amount of resources you have at your disposal Rupaul. You know doing dragon in the seventies and eighties. That was not That was not an accepted thing that was not considered prestigious in society. But the making taking you know the making good on making good with something that is considered declassify lower lower caste oriented like wrestling in your underwear. Yeah Yeah Yeah. That's super interesting. I realized that some of the examples that I really was drawn to speaking about are actually people who also have love saddening copper quotas well which was interesting given that we do have that reputation. He's part of the two thousand twenty instantly for twenty four December. Now we've got Jupiter and saddening capricorn because there was a period in nine hundred sixty one but we had jupiter inciting capricorn together. So Katie Lane. The musician -sition has Jupiter and satin together in Capricorn in the fifth house. Okay so if you think about the sort of a mournful kind of quality t- to the music that is still very evocative and of course having been very successful and the other one is a sports one yeah uh-huh was When did do at what age kidding Lang became? Successful bowl was delayed by the heavy Saturn I shall I don't it off the top of my head not super important. Yeah I don't know if the top of my head I do not know what the other example have Wayne Gretzky the the great Canadian hockey player who's actually considered to be one of the greatest hockey players of all time. He's known as the great one that was going to ask US nickname. Remember the great at one hundred and sixty one vintages well with Jupiter and satin together in Capricorn in the Twelfth House actually with an Aquarius rising and he was famous very young. By the time he was sixteen he was already exceptional so he didn't get the delay actually but he had the long lasting. Because I think that's key here is that one of the things Jupiter and capricorn can give this enduring when you can get into the doing the work or accessing the potential of it it can give that long lasting long lived like how many on Foshan furious movies has the rock done it. I I've never seen one. It's a testament to him that I don't have ever seen a movie that he's never watch wrestling. Yes but I knew who he is already. Looks like it. Sounds like everybody. He's very Toll also wide. We have a human being so in my files Looking through I don't have a hugely extensive file but my on the screen that I had to like George Carlin these are all Jupiter and capricorn. That's coming pause on that because that's really good because sue Jupiter when Jupiter is in Saturn's house there you often Z. A. Jupiter in its own place will tend to be very very religious very reverent. Jupiter capital tend to be more skeptical more irreverent and that was the the very root of Carlin's comedy irreverence. Yes and the dryness young. Yeah he wasn't doesn't like a a Jupiter Avatar ruse like more warm and moist and welcoming stir George Carlin Johnny Carson. Hurson is another one that got with Jupiter and Capricorn with the Moon. Conjuncture that yeah Paul Newman yes. which was the one that you'd like liked opponent? I have a my list but did you feel Katy Perry. Yeah Yeah. It's a time twin your time twin but she was born like a week before me and another life I think I could have been Katy Perry. He could've gone slightly. I think you chose wisely. I mean the other thing too like a lot of my examples had that Jupiter in capricorn in the third house for people who are writers or known for Communication In some way what.
"jupiter" Discussed on The Astrology Podcast
"Yeah. And goes, you know, what I think about this is the, you know, this is mercury stationing retrograde. In Jupiter sign which Jupiter just angry tend to you know, as far as your way, finding journeying goes follow Jupiter Jupiter. It's going to be the, you know Jupiter's gonna, you know, mercury as in a sense subservient to Jupiter here. I know follow the quest. Follow you might not know the road. But you know, you're going north so go north, right? You know, the actual actual pathways. Don't look like they're going to be incredibly clear with with mercury. It's rare Neptune. But like, you know, if you know that you're headed southeast you can find a way southeast like Jupiter is that compass bearing and that you can with like a really appealing looking gingerbread house like off to the side in little path as you're on your way, there do stop and think with the mutable merger. You are loud tangents and distractions, but you don't stay in the Tange. Distractions you might need to smack in the gingerbread house. And then when you bellies full and you had enough to off to Cobb coma crash. You get back on and you keep going south things. No. That's not the right answer. Because that's when you get the, you know, the myths and stuff, that's when you get eaten by you are in the gingerbread house. Right. Exactly. It's to lure you in. And then you just appears like the big bad wolf..
"jupiter" Discussed on The Astrology Podcast
"What experiences a wisdom knowledge going to be adding value, adding meaning and purpose to alive, and I think one key thing to remember about the sign of sad is that it is not a sign that. It's not a sign that prioritizes ambition. It's a sign that prioritizes experiences. And so the idea here is that we can have growth and progress, but we're really looking for that enrichment all that engagement, and so that may be part of what comes through. He I would disagree the juice shoes. Okay. Back for. Are you? I'm like I want. He mole you drop that. And then say nothing else, tell us more. I mean, really quickly though, what was your Ashley's ation for it can kill you. Could you say that again briefly in contrast of like say sat in Capricorn, which tends to have this more desire to accumulate and to have that lodge overarching plan Jupiter Endo Saj is like I need the experience and might take that before I would do something that might create the stability or the security. Right. That's what I have a good example of that. 'cause I always think of when I think of such as I think of Kelly Phipps who's an astrologer that passed away several years ago, but he had like heavy on such terrace placements in his chart. He was like Mr. Sagittarius rising with Jupiter and Sagittarius unlike Mars, Venus Neptune, there is while the Neptune Neptune. I think is what makes a generation of sashes nod as ambitious. As normal as as the archetypal Saj itself. So you can't have a quest without goals. You can't have a quest without a reason that is important enough to undergo ordeal on because there's no quest without ordeal in challenge. Jupiter's part is the part of victory. There's no victory without contest. Jupiter is Jupiter is ambitious. It's not as structured as Saturn Jupiter. Absolutely wants to Jupiter, you know, especially Jupiter in a young signed Jupiter has ideas and has victory in mind has goals in mind has meaningful action in mind Jupiter's methods for overcoming challenges tend to be more peaceable than Marzieh's methods Jupiter won't fight to fight but Jupiter absolutely wants victory. And so I think again, the fourteen years of Neptune Saj confu-. Is that a little bit? Because a lot of our friends who are older younger than us have Neptune in sad, and so Neptune softens and blurs and makes more femural whatever the signification of the sign are. So that would be my that's my ten cents. I do agree that the that. That's what you're talking about Kelly in terms of you were talking about them, not planning out ahead of time in that. I think that made a lot of sense compared to like a Capricorn energy like a Saturn energy. But perhaps just like diving into things that is exactly what like Kelly Phipps did with his movie project, which he did towards the end of his life. Which is that he wanted to do a documentary on astrology, and he didn't really have any filmmaking background. He hadn't really done a project of that scope or nature before. But he just started doing it and learned as he wins. And unfortunately, part of the end product was not as good as it could've should've been or anybody. Ideally would have wanted it to have been as a result. Active the lack of planning or preparation or training that he had, but he was very much driven by the optimism of just having that like higher aspiration of or goal in some sense. Which still I think speaks to what you're talking about there yet. I mean, it's different that feeling of winging it that comes through with Jupiter and satchel, you know, flying off the cough. But I do agree with a lot of what you're saying. Austin? I do think that Jupiter wants to rise to the top..
"jupiter" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind
"Well and so after some observation skelly realized that there are actually four stars on the spear not just three and the conclusion he realized was that these weren't stars the star spear was not a star spirit was a moon spear these removes that are orbiting jupiter the same way earth's moon orbits the earth and so okay well so jupiter has moons what is that mean for the cosmological debate of the day well if there are moons orbiting jupiter it disproves the aristoteles in principle that earth is the universal hub of motion of planetary bodies those moons don't orbit the earth they orbit something else and so this gives you a kind of general principle of things orbiting things rather than everything orbiting earth and it's clear that there's more than one center of motion possible there at least two now that we know of jupiter and earth and if there are two you can assume they're probably more than two and this eventually led to the type of thinking that showed us what was really out there in terms of of heliocentric in the way gravity works now i should also add that the discovery of jupiter's moons wasn't unique to galileo and he wasn't even necessarily only or first person to have discovered them i found accounts that at least one other guy german astronomer named simon marias discovered them independently at around the same time and it's also been suggested that an ancient chinese astronomer named gone day might have discovered one of the moons of jupiter in the fourth century bc when he he said that he saw around jupiter a small red star now technically under the right circumstances the moons of jupiter should be visible to the naked eye from earth and the only thing that really prevents it is jupiter's too bright you look up at jupiter and it's it's so bright that it drowns out other tiny points of light that are close to it so you can't usually see them but if jupiter weren't there you should be able to see these objects.
"jupiter" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind
"Indeed these moons are of course of immense interest to science now one analogy that i think is interesting to help us understand the way the jupiter system and its gravitational influence works is to think of jupiter kind of like a star within our solar system like it's its own star and the planet the moons that are going around jupiter kind of like planets orbiting this solar system within a solar system indeed because it is a massive planet it's a mass is three hundred seventeen point eight two eight times that of earth and it's of course a gas giant it's mostly gas but it might have a solid core about the size of earth at the center possibly a rocky ice covered core with insane levels of that miss feerick pressure in temperatures hotter than the surface of the sun and jupiter features no fewer than sixty seven seven lunar objects that includes fifty confirmed moons and seventeen unconfirmed or provisional moons yeah and these are the ones we know about yeah but yeah and they've got cool names like medicine and dross data and then of course there's also the the there are also three faint gossamer rings around jupiter as well certainly not as robust as saturn's rings but they're on the less so we should back up and start at the beginning because we we're learning a whole lot more about jupiter's moons especially jupiter's galilee and moons the ones we're going to focus on today the four largest moons but we we're learning a lot more about that recently but we've known about jupiter since ancient times because you don't need to telescope to see jupiter that's right it's visible from earth and so it factors into mini ancient systems of astrology by virtue virtue of that 'cause molly the room in name jupiter stems from the king of the gods but the planet too plays a role in many cultural beliefs in chinese.