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3D Printed Rocket-Rocket intro and wrap
"A rocket made by the world's largest metal 3D printer is set to lift off from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida this week. The terran one rocket is made by a company called relativity space CEO Tim Ellis says it's 85% 3D printed. We have our own in-house team that has designed this rocket from a blank piece of paper. We've built around rocket engines, we've built our own factory with the world's largest metal 3D printers, our own custom aluminum alloys, the rocket is only 110 feet tall, smaller than the Atlas and falcon 9 rockets. It is the largest 3D printed object in the world out of metal also. This is the first potentially first rocket to use liquid oxygen and liquid methane propellants, which are the propellants of the future for what will be reusable rockets, despite its small size, the terran one rocket is capable of lifting more than 4000 pounds into low earth orbit. I'm Ed Donahue
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SpaceX launches US, Russia, UAE astronauts to space station
"SpaceX has launched four astronauts to the International Space Station for NASA, including an astronaut from the Arab world. Three, two, one, and just full power and lift off. The falcon rocket launched from Kennedy Space Center shortly after midnight, carrying the four astronauts, including sultan Al nati, only the second emirati to fly to space, Salem Al Mari is director general of the Muhammad bin Rashid Space Center. It was a beautiful launch. I think it was a gorgeous launch. And for us, I think made all the sweeter because we had many Marathi on board. Mission will last 6th months. I'm done with water
"kennedy space center" Discussed on WTOP
"Ridiculous. This is CBS News on the hour, sponsored by navy. A Mac hyper in New York. We begin with breaking news out of Orlando, where SpaceX and NASA have just decided to postpone a launch within minutes of what was supposed to be liftoff. On his two minutes, 30 seconds. We were standing down to do a T tab ground issue. Dad from NASA TV correspondent Peter king is at the Kennedy Space Center with the latest. Countdown got down to two minutes and 18 seconds until launch. And then they had to scrub because of a problem with the falcon 9 rockets engine ignition system, something they had been troubleshooting for a little while. The scrub means they could go again as soon as tomorrow, but it's too soon to say whether that'll happen. They have to figure out what went wrong and if the fix is an easy one or if it'll take a little bit more time. Did COVID-19 come from a Chinese lab sources tell CBS News that another government agency follows the FBI saying it's possible. Correspondent Katherine heritage. Even if you don't get a tornado spinning up, you're gonna get a lot of trees damage. A lot of trees coming down. And it is even enough wind to cause some structural damage to buildings as well. They're overcrowded and high winds are blasting across New Mexico, Texas, and Oklahoma, that was CBS News meteorologists saying that some gusts could hit 100 mph. There has been a deadly disaster off the coast of Italy involving migrants, dozens are dead, including children, CBS Duncan. They're overcrowded and wooden fishing boat hit rocky reefs and broke apart. The ship sailed from turkey with migrants primarily from Afghanistan and Pakistan, a Turkish man believed to be a smuggler who piloted the boat, is now in police custody. Friends and family remember Olivia Newton-John during a funeral in Melbourne
The Tech Guy
"kennedy space center" Discussed on The Tech Guy
"There we go. We find life somewhere else, which would be very cool. This is the same technology Apple wants to use in the watch to detect your blood sugar. Blood glucose. So the thesis then is that the earth in its primordial state was a stew of organic chemicals, but that some thing asteroid hit or something and injected something closer to some sort of Proto life form. Is that the idea? That's one theory. It came from outer space. Wow. Very interesting. Or conversely, it could be that what was in outer space came from us. Yes? Well, and I love talking about panspermia. Don't get the wrong idea. I love talking about this notion. Again, with a life. I swear to God. Life may have started on Mars earlier because it settled down and was apparently tempered earlier than earth, at least in some theory sets. And that something hitched a ride on a meteorite came to earth and seated here at the right time, just exploded into this incredible diversity here. In which case, we would find cool fossils once we get up to Mars. Or it could have gone the other way. It could have formed on earth first, got knocked off by some kind of impact. And it has to be a pretty good sized impact to hit escape velocity on earth. Mars is a little easier because it's smaller and has a lighter gravitational field. But you knock something off one planet travels the other and you know, this is a really interesting theory. No proof one way or the other though. Yeah, it's fascinating. Yeah. So we got how many SpaceX launches in the next couple of days? Oh, God. Keep track anymore, but what did they hit last year? I think they hit 62. It's amazing. I think there's three in the next couple of days. And there's three in the next one. There's an article coming out in the next ad aster at a couple of weeks as a guy wrote an op-ed about regulation. He's saying, you know, SpaceX has flown 200 times without a meaningful accident or incident. You know, these things are incredibly reliable. They're flying themselves back. And yet we still have these rules of when you can fly and how you can fly and how you have to blow up the rocket if it does something naughty, that were written in the 60s, and he's calling for the air force Space Force to take another look at these things. And lighten up a bit because as you know, if you're waiting for a launch and some pleasure boat, drifts into the corner of the prescribed box out next to Kennedy Space Center, vandenberg, they have to put everything on hold and it's millions of dollars because some dummy was paddling his kayak out there.
"kennedy space center" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Right now, lakefront 39 midway 39, 38 Lake villa, hair 40 gone up to 48. I'm AccuWeather meteorologist John ferrick. It's ten 40, four new crew members are slated to fly to the International Space Station tomorrow with an early morning launch from the Kennedy Space Center. Commander Steve Bowen is a three time space shuttle veteran he's flying with three space rookies who he says are operationally capable and know the basics. He tells CBS News his experience helps in less obvious ways. It's more the things you should anticipate when you're getting there. And what kind of environment we're going to be operating in and how that affects what you're doing. Bowen's crewmates include another NASA astronaut, the first astronaut from the United Arab Emirates and a Russian cosmonaut, their mission is scheduled to last about 6 months. Peter king, CBS News at the Kennedy Space Center. Well, anyone planning to fly in or out of New York City's Laguardia airport today may have to rely on public transportation. That's because Uber and Lyft drivers will be striking. Uber and Lyft drivers will go on a 12 hour strike from noon to midnight. We're striking to Latino to get our race back. TLC gave us a raise, Uber, plugged it and took TLC to the court and won the case, Muhammad will be one of the thousands of drivers who planned a strike. Their union estimates drivers take 10,000 trips daily from Laguardia. They're also hoping to get 85% of their fare saying their rideshare companies take too much. Passengers appear on their side. I think it's going to be terrible for passengers who are flying in and out of New York City. I think Uber and Lyft are great services. That piper, CBS News, New York. A newly released poll shows the unnecessary administering of medications to children by parents. When a child has a fever, some parents give medication to make the child feel better when their temperature is below 100.4 of mod hospital pole calls that unnecessary. One third of parents would give fever reducing medication for elevated temperatures below a 100.4°
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NASA launch of moon rocket delayed again by tropical weather
"The hurricane forecast for Florida forces NASA to delay its moon rocket launch again NASA was aiming for an Artemis launch from the Kennedy Space Center Monday But now says it's pushing that back to Wednesday at the earliest because of Nicole threatening to hit Florida's east coast around midnight as a hurricane Evacuations are underway in the national hurricane center's John angelos says warnings are in effect from Boca Raton to a round Daytona Beach Strong tropical storm category one hurricanes expected to be the landfall intensity and up there near the cape canaveral area the hurricane conditions are possible Fuel leaks have kept the rocket grounded since August then hurricane Ian forced it back to the hangar It's now back on the launch pad NASA said the rocket is designed to withstand heavy rains and high wind I'm Julie Walker
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Tropical Storm Nicole bears down on the Bahamas, Florida
"Tropical storm Nicole bears down on The Bahamas forecast to become a hurricane as it heads to Florida Evacuation orders in effect on Florida's east coast from Palm Beach to Daytona Beach including Mar-a-Lago and Kennedy Space Center which is delaying the moon rocket launch The national hurricane center's Daniel Brown We're not expecting this to get the much stronger than category one hurricane But because the system is so large really almost the entire east coast of Florida except the extreme southeast part and the keys is going to receive tropical storm force winds over the next 12 to 24 hours He says Nicole's winds are already 70 mph and increasing rainfall from three to 5 feet is forecast also life threatening storm surge with the storm surge amounts as high as three to 5 feet I'm Julie Walker
Bloomberg Radio New York
"kennedy space center" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Parts of Florida as far as power goes, power is being restored to residents in Florida, following hurricane Ian's destructive and deadly path through the sunshine state. At last check just over 885,000 customers were still in the dark. That's down from millions in the immediate aftermath of the inn. North Carolina and Virginia are also dealing with power issues from the remnants of the storm, those are only in the tens of thousands. The mayor of a Florida city is pushing back on reports his city is 90% destroyed Fort Myers mayor Kevin Anderson says things are not nearly as bad as what's being stated. Southwestern Florida were Fort Myers is located, took the brunt of Ian. 7 Americans are free thanks to a prisoner swap after being detained in Venezuela, Josh Letterman has the very latest. The freed Americans include 5 oil executives who are part of the sitka 6, Venezuelan Americans who worked for Texas based sitka and were detained during a business trip 5 years ago. The 6th was released in March. They were freed in exchange for two relatives of Venezuelan president Nicholas Maduro's wife, who's been convicted of drug smuggling. SpaceX has resuming preparations for a mission that will send two NASA astronauts to the International Space Station, along with a Russian cosmonaut and another astronaut from the Japan aerospace exploration agency. The crew 5 mission is scheduled to launch from Florida's Kennedy Space Center on Wednesday. And the start of October brings Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk closer to going to trial over his attempts to get out of a $44 billion deal to buy Twitter. But first, the world's richest man is scheduled to be deposed under oath about those efforts. That's expected to take place this coming Thursday and Friday after that the matter heads to a Wilmington Delaware courtroom beginning October 17th. I'm Jim Forbes. Wall Street is closing the books on a brutal month with more red ink. The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed below 29,000 for the first time since 2020. All three major indexes fell more than one and a half percent for the session after August inflation data came in hotter than expected. Stocks extended losses in the final hour of trading with the S&P 500 closing out its worst month in two years for September, the S&P is down 9.3%. Bristol Rhode Island is the safest college town in America. Scott Carr has the very latest. The independent review site safe wise, the tracks national crime and safety trends says their crunch of FBI data of 50 college towns across the country shows the home of roger Williams university can brag of a violent crime rate of 0.23 per 1000 residents, and a property crime rate of 3.17. Coming in at number two in the ranking was Durham, New Hampshire, rexburg, Idaho, home to Brigham, young university came in third, making its debut at the bottom of the top 50 list is Ohio's north canton. I'm Scott Carr. X NFL player Antonio Brown is in hot water after exposing himself to a woman in Dubai, a newly released video shows Brown completely naked in a hotel pool following a woman around while exposing his lower half and making crude jokes. The woman was later seen in the lobby, allegedly yelling about the incident, he was asked to leave shortly after as the hotel has also received complaints about him smoking marijuana in his room. The former Buccaneers wide receiver later went on social media to defend himself, calling the incident quote disinformation and insisted he did nothing wrong, and Sony is acquiring the film rights to Tarzan. In a deal with the estate of the original book author Edgar Rice Burroughs, Sony bought the rights to the franchise and will soon take a swing at reinventing the age old classic, and that's the latest, I'm Jim Forbes
"kennedy space center" Discussed on WTOP
"On WTO. NASA's new moon rocket sprang another dangerous fuel leak this morning, forcing launch controllers to call off their second attempt to send that crew capsule into lunar orbit with test dummies. There's no word yet on when NASA might try again, CBS News correspondent Peter king, who's at the Kennedy Space Center, tells WTO that safety comes first. Well, you know, of course, we all want this to fly, but we all wanted to fly safely. A lot of people don't get how hard it is to do this and especially with a brand new vehicle that's never flown before, stuff happens. Things go wrong in this process. This is all part of the test flight process. I got a text from somebody who said this morning, $20 billion or whatever they can't fuel the thing up. Well, you know what? This is part of it. And in short space is hard. And this proves it. NASA administrator Bill Nelson says, and I repair work could now bump that launch into October. Former president Trump is attending a campaign rally in Wilkes Barry, Pennsylvania tonight. CBS News reporter Sarah ewald Weiss has more. Former president Trump is holding his first rally since FBI agents served a search warrant at his Mar-a-Lago club on August 8th. A number of his supporters waiting in line to enter the event dismissed concerns over the mishandling of classified documents. They said they still hope that he will run for president in 2024. Many of the supporters said if he doesn't run, their second choice would be Florida governor Ron DeSantis. Trump will be stomping tonight for gubernatorial nominee Doug mastriano Senate candidate mehmet Oz and congressional candidate Jim bogdan. Labor Day weekend marks the unofficial end of summer and it's time to take stock of summer travel conditions for drivers the average price of a gallon of regular gasoline in the U.S. is $3 and 81 cents. That's a dollar 21 lower than the all time high back in June. CBS News correspondent Chris van cleve reports, there are still issues in the skies. Millions are flying
"kennedy space center" Discussed on WTOP
"You tonight on WTO, NASA's new moon rocket sprang another dangerous fuel leak this morning, forcing launch controllers to call off their second attempt to send a crew council into lunar orbit with test dummies. There's no word yet on when NASA might try again, but it's looking more like it will be several weeks. CBS News correspondent Peter king, who's at the Kennedy Space Center, tells WTO that safety comes first. Well, you know, of course, we all want this to fly, but we all wanted to fly safely. A lot of people don't get how hard it is to do this and especially with a brand new vehicle that's never flown before, stuff happens. Things go wrong in this process. This is all part of the test flight process. I got a text from somebody who said this morning, $20 billion or whatever they can't fuel the thing up. Well, you know what? This is part of it. And in short space is hard. And this proves it. NASA administrator Bill Nelson said just a little while ago that repair work could bump the launch now into October. Former president Trump is attending a campaign rally in Wilkes berry, Pennsylvania this evening, CBS News reporter, Sarah ewald Weiss, has more. Former president Trump is holding his first rally since FBI agents served a search warrant at his Mar-a-Lago club on August 8th, a number of his supporters waiting in line to enter the event dismissed concerns over the mishandling of classified documents. They said they still hope that he will run for president in 2024. Many of the supporters said if he doesn't run, their second choice would be Florida governor Ron DeSantis. Former president Trump will be stumping for gubernatorial nominee, Doug master yano, Senate candidate mehmet Oz and congressional candidate Jim bogdan. Labor Day weekend marks the unofficial end of summer and it's time to take stock of summer travel conditions for drivers the average price of a gallon of regular gasoline in the U.S. is now three 81. That's a dollar 21 cents lower than the all time high back in June, CBS News correspondent Chris van cleve reports, there are still issues, however, in the skies. Millions are
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"kennedy space center" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Course, in NASA language, our science editor Rebecca morell is in Florida to cover the mission, so what happened to the rocket this time round? Well, I'm here at the Kennedy Space Center and there is such an area of disappointment. I'm actually looking at the rocket on the launch pad and it looks oh, so ready to go, but not today. Really, the problems started quite early on in the fueling process. So the rocket is big and it needs a lot of super cold liquid oxygen and super cold liquid hydrogen, but it was a hydrogen that was a problem. It started leaking almost as soon as they started putting it into the rocket. So they tried to fix it once, that didn't work, tried it again and tried it for a third time and eventually the team decided to scrub the launch and the countdown clock on the blue lawn is stopped at T minus two hours, 28 minutes and 53 seconds. I think what's quite unusual about this though is the problems that stopped the launch today, a different from the problems that stopped the launch on Monday. That actually came down to an engine. And it's I imagine the team will now be poring over the data to figure out exactly what has gone wrong. Yeah, I'm trying to work out whether the NASA engineers may be more worried that it's a completely different problem rather than the one they'd already addressed persisting. Yeah, I mean, that is an issue. I mean, there was a hydrogen leak on the Monday attempt, but they managed to sort of fix it. They stopped filling hydrogen for a bit and then did it really slowly and then a bit faster and that seemed sort of ease the hydrogen through the process. They tried that again this time. It was actually a different part of the hydrogen filling process that went wrong. So that will be an issue. And I think we're waiting to hear what happens next because if it's an easy problem to solve, then the next launch attempt here is on Monday. There's a two hour window and if not on Tuesday, and then after that, the earth and moon don't align properly. So you have to wait a little while to try again. If it is something more challenging, then the rocket will have to be taken back into its engineering workshop, the vehicle assembly building this huge building, which is actually just a few meters away from me at the moment. It's enormous. It has to be wheeled back into there, which is a process in itself. And any kind of work that has to go on with the rocket there will take weeks or even months. So really, we're waiting to find out what the next steps are and how they're planning to proceed, but they will be pouring over that data right now trying to work out what's gone wrong. If the project is on the brink of a delay that's potentially weeks or months, that presumably costs a lot of money and is a real problem for this mission. Well, to be fair, it is a new rocket and setbacks and delays aren't totally unexpected. You know, if you think about the space shuttle missions, the rockets launching those were a bit more complex. They were often sort of attempted launches and then the launches happen. So it's not entirely unexpected to have issues popping up with a test flight like this, but it is disappointing for the team. And if it has to go back to the vehicle assembly building and back out again, that costs time and money and that's a really want to get on their way. You know, they want this rocket going to the moon. They've got an ambitious timetable. This is a test flight. They want to put astronauts on board next time and then after that for the third time and to actually land them on the lunar surface. And every delay with this rocket affects the ultimate plan. But you know, they've got to get this right. They can't do anything that's unsafe. You know, if the hydrogen is leaking out, they really had no choice today other than to stop and say, okay, let's stop pause, see what's gone on before they consider what to do next. When they are looking into these problems, is it just a case of clever people looking at the data on computers or are there people physically up on that rocket now with spanners trying to fix things? Well, no one's on the rocket at the moment because they have to actually drain
"kennedy space center" Discussed on WTOP
"A test flight. Engine trouble brought Monday's first attempt at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida to a stop, the manager said they're changing fueling procedures right now to deal with this issue. This morning, WTO P space contributor, Greg redfern, on why Monday's launch attempt didn't work out. The way they had hoped. Engine number three did not cool down to the necessary temperature of -420° Fahrenheit. You have to make the engines coal because when that liquid hydrogen fuel comes into them, if they are not thermally acclimated to it, it could be a major problem. So number three only made it to -380 and that was not what's in parameters. So NASA scrubbed the mission at 8 34 and they said, let's figure out what's long and in their press conference, they said, we think it's not the engine, which is good. So they don't have to change it out, and they're going to make some procedure changes that are going to start to process the cool the engines down about 40 minutes more or earlier than they did before. And they may do some plumbing changes to ensure that that super cold liquid hydrogen gets to all the engines and hopefully at two 17 we finally like that candle to Artemis one and on our way to the moon. But I'm hearing there are concerns about the weather that could throw a wrench into things. Absolutely. When they were talking about that, they said that there's a high percentage of a possibility of a rain shower, but they're chief meteorologists said that these inflows that come in with rain and so forth quote have a lot of real estate between them. So it would be possible to work around that, but they're definitely going to be watching that weather. On Monday's attempt, they actually had lightning in the area that prevented the fueling of the rocket for about an hour. And then ironically, even if engine three hadn't kicked in at farther down in that launch window, they would have this scrub because of whether anyway. So fingers crossed for engine number three in the other three engines and weather. So let's hope. Remind us how important this mission is. It is going to pave the way for us to go to the moon this time this day. If Artemis one is successful, then we're hoping to put a crew of four astronauts on Artemis two for a ten day mission around the moon and then Artemis three would be the one that actually puts
"kennedy space center" Discussed on WTOP
"Flight. Engine trouble brought Monday's first attempt at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida to a stop, the manager said they're changing fueling procedures right now to deal with this issue. This morning, WTO P space contributor, Greg redfern, on why Monday's launch attempt didn't work out. The way they had hoped. Engine number three did not cool down to the necessary temperature of -420° Fahrenheit. You have to make the engines coal because when that liquid hydrogen fuel comes into them, if they are not thermally acclimated to it, it could be a major problem. So number three only made it to -380 and that was not what's in parameters. So NASA scrubbed the mission at 8 34 and they said, let's figure out what's wrong and in their press conference, they said, we think it's not the engine, which is good. So they don't have to change it out. And they're going to make some procedure changes that are going to start to process the cool the engines down about 40 minutes more or earlier than they did before. And they may do some plumbing changes to ensure that that super cold liquid hydrogen gets to all the engines and hopefully at two 17 we finally like that candle to Artemis one and on our way to the moon. But I'm hearing there are concerns about the weather that could throw a wrench into things? Absolutely. When they were talking about that, they said that there is a high percentage of a possibility of a rain shower, but they're chief meteorologists said that these inflows that come in with rain and so forth have a lot of real estate between them. So it would be possible to work around that, but they're definitely going to be watching that weather. On Monday's attempt, they actually had lightning in the area that prevented the fueling of the rocket for about an hour. And then ironically, even if engine three hadn't kicked in at farther down in that launch window, they would have this scrub because of whether anyway. So fingers crossed for engine number three and the other three engines and weather. So let's hope. Well, Greg, before I say goodbye, remind us how important this mission is. It is going to pay the way for us to go to the moon this time this day. If Artemis one is successful, then we're hoping to put a crew of four astronauts on Artemis two for a ten day mission around the moon and then Artemis three would be the one that actually puts the first
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NASA is set to launch another rocket to the moon
"NASA will have to wait to launch the most powerful rockets ever built after a series of issues at the Kennedy Space Center There were thunderstorms then a hydrogen leak and engine issues and finally a scrub for today The highly anticipated Artemis project launch scrapped the rocket designed to return Americans to the moon will stay in Florida while NASA chief Bill Nelson's engineers work on it This is a very complicated machine scrubs are part of the deal You don't want to light the candle until
"kennedy space center" Discussed on WTOP
"It was disconnected from the grid for due to fire damage. Democratic senator Elizabeth Warren tells CNN she disagrees with the way the Federal Reserve is fighting inflation. You know what's worse than high prices and a strong economy. It's high prices and millions of people out of work. I'm very worried that the fed is going to tip this economy into recession. NASA says its moon mission is a go for launch tomorrow morning. Hi, Peter king at the Kennedy Space Center. When the Apollo program ended in 1972, it marked the end of an era. Historian John logsdon. I don't think anybody thought it would be another half a century before the next round of exploration would happen. Lodged in was here for the Apollo 11 launch and he remembers the excitement from that day. He says Artemis could create the same kind of excitement. If it's successful, I think it will provide a motivation to keep going. Launch sometime after 8 33 eastern. This is CBS News. If you need to hire, you need indeed. Their end to end hiring system helps you attract interview and hire candidates all in the same place, visit indeed dot com slash credit. 5 O three Sunday August 28th, 2022. Mostly clear skies tonight, 90 headed down to 72. Good afternoon, I'm dick giuliano, top local stories we're following this hour. The school bells will be ringing tomorrow morning in prince George's Montgomery and D.C. public schools in the district students and parents are gearing up for another year of learning amid the pandemic. We're doing the best we can with what we know at the moment and I feel really good about it. That's Lafayette elementary school parent Megan Clark. She says they're still deciding whether their son should wear a mask with those being optional. Meanwhile, Kevin luria is okay with the plan to COVID test their son before a return to class. Our son did COVID tests last year in pre-K
Bloomberg Radio New York
"kennedy space center" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The stage is set for the historic launch of NASA's Artemis one mission, the first test flight of the deep space exploration system is set for tomorrow at 8 33 a.m. eastern from Florida's Kennedy Space Center, NASA says Artemis one and its Orion space capsule will be uncrewed with only three mannequins on board. A GOP congressman said Republicans who don't believe in democracy should not be in office. If you have Republicans that are running against even left wing Democrats that believe in democracy, that person should be elected over somebody who basically would overthrow the will of the people. A period on NBC's meet the press, Illinois Republican, Adam kinzinger, stood by Liz Cheney's statement that he may have to help a Democrat get into office if it meant keeping an anti democracy Republican out. U.S. warships are sailing through the Taiwan strait for the first time since Nancy Pelosi's visit, two cruisers passed between Taiwan and China on Sunday, while carrying out an ongoing operation. That's the latest I'm Julie Ryan. And I'm teddy's Pellegrini in the Bluebird newsroom. Investors will be watching for the August jobs report in the week ahead, we get more from Bloomberg's Karen Moscow. After I blow out jobs report for July, investors will get a fresh look at the nation's labor market on Friday. Continuing strength may temper a session worries and allow the Federal Reserve to press on with steep interest rate hikes. The monthly payrolls report is expected to show a gain of 300,000 jobs for August, but the unemployment rate is seen holding at three and a half percent matching a 5 decade low. Also Friday, we get a look at factory orders and durable goods orders while Thursday it's construction spending and ISM manufacturing. Thank you, Karen. And the wage component in that Friday jobs report. And signs of inflation in that will be especially closely watched after fed chair Jay Powell this week vowed to raise rates and keep them higher as long as necessary. Former treasury secretary Larry summers says he thinks Powell got it just about right. The remarks were very concise there wasn't a lot of more academic discussion, but there was a statement of being resolute. So I think that's just right. I think the fed is positioned as well as it can be given the credibility losses and mistakes that there have been. And summers there in Wall Street week with David Westin. An Apple offering some new clues about its iPhone 14 lunch coming expected September 7th and Bloomberg smart gurban says this year's far out and space theme in the invites could be signaling apple is getting ready to boost satellite capacity, including adding an emergency texting feature and a mechanism for reporting major incidents in places without cellular service. And this could allow you to send SOS messages to first responders. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than a 120 countries. In the new zoom island Denise Pellegrini, this is
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NASA's moon rocket moved to launch pad for 1st test flight
"NASA is one step closer to the countdown for the historic launch of its uncrewed mission around the moon The 322 foot Artemis rocket is now on the launch pad at Kennedy Space Center getting ready for an August 29th liftoff astronauts won't be inside instead test dummies will but Thomas Berger with German aerospace center says these are human like anthropomorphic bantams Human bones human lung tissue human brain tissue So in principle the phantoms are tissue equivalent in this segment So that means if you have radiation passing through the phantoms the interaction of these radiations are similar to the interaction of radiation passing through a human body The capsule will fly around the moon for a distant orbit for a couple of weeks before heading back for a splashdown in the Pacific The goal of Artemis is to once again send people to the moon I'm Julie Walker
"kennedy space center" Discussed on WTOP
"2021 will likely be remembered as the year that commercial human space flight came into its own SpaceX successfully launched two four person crews to the International Space Station And turn the astronauts they replaced safely to the earth The company also flew its first non professional astronauts on a three day flight Like a dream I didn't even know I had Virgin galactic space plane fluid July making Richard Branson the first billionaire in space Unbelievable Blue Origin's Jeff Bezos became the second mogul to fly on his own new shepherd We have brass nuts before you And then Bezos put Star Trek's captain Kirk William Shatner aboard the company's second flight I'm so filled with emotion about what just happened I just extraordinary Peter king CBS News the Kennedy Space Center From space to sports that's next it's 7 14 Hi it's Rita Kessler Many of you have followed along with my weight loss journey with co pair formally EMP one 80 When I started almost two years ago we were in the middle of COVID lockdown I wasn't quite sure it was the right time to get started Almost 60 pounds later I can tell you it was Believe me starting is the hardest decision you'll make but it was also the best decision I've made Coper is different than other weight loss programs because of the personalized coaching My coach Vanessa is a big reason for my success at the point in other programs where I'd start gaining back the weight She helped me to not only not gain but to maintain my weight loss I look forward to my.
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Crew Dragon astronauts launch for busy 6 months in space
"For more astronauts are on their way to the international space station for a six month scientific mission and let's stop a late night launch from the Kennedy Space Center after several delays for the crew of the new dragon in Dorrance capsule commander Raja Chaudhary it was a great ride better than we imagined commander Charlie an Air Force veteran says the Halloween day delay led to another notable launch date the purpose of the fly interns on veterans day this mission brings the six hundredth person into space German astronaut Mateus Mauer they join one American and two Russians still at the space station I'm Jackie
Kottke Ride Home
"kennedy space center" Discussed on Kottke Ride Home
"I would love to see Sean Evans get a hold of some of these and use them to make some sauce for hot ones. NASA astronauts have successfully grown chili peppers in space and used them to make tacos. Apparently taco Tuesday has been a thing on the ISS for a while as astronaut Meghan mcarthur in a tweet referred to the addition of the chilies as making this batch of space tacos her best yet. She also posted a photo of a taco decked out with fajita beef rehydrated tomatoes, artichokes and chilies, floating in space. Well, inside the space station. But, you know, that's still in space, and it was floating all on its own. This anti gravity space taco is absolutely delighting me. You can see the photo of it at the link in the show notes, quoting NPR. As part of NASA's plant habitat O four investigation, scientists began growing chili peppers aboard the ISS in July in an effort to understand more about plant microbe interactions in space, NASA said. Astronauts have grown other crops such as lettuce and radishes in space before, but peppers are more difficult to grow in space because they take a relatively long time to germinate and bear fruit. Given that NASA says these peppers represent one of the most complex plant experiments conducted on the space station to date. And here's how growing peppers in space works, quoting NASA, a team at NASA's Kennedy Space Center sanitized and planted 48 pepper seeds in a device called a science carrier that contains baked clay for roots to grow in and it controlled release fertilizer, specially formulated for the peppers. The science carrier launched to the space station aboard SpaceX's 23rd cargo resupplying mission with NASA, the space carrier fits into the advanced plant habitat or APH, the largest of three plant growth chambers aboard the orbiting lab. The APH is about the size of a large microwave oven, and has more than a 180 sensors and controls for monitoring, plant growth and the environment. NASA astronaut Shane kimbrough placed these science carrier in the APH and added water to start the experiment on July 12th, 2021. A team at Kennedy has continuously monitored the experiment from earth controlling watering, lighting and other environmental conditions. Working together with researchers, the crew in orbit has regularly checked on the peppers and performed horticultural tasks like cleaning plant debris from the APH, as well as reducing the number of pepper plants down to four. Peppers are self pollinating, and once pollination occurs, some flowers will start forming peppers 24 to 48 hours later. To ensure the flowers in orbit pollinated, the team at NASA's Kennedy Space Center instructed APH to run its fans at variable rates to create a gentle breeze in microgravity to agitate the flowers and encourage the transfer of pollen..
AP News Radio
SpaceX needs to tame toilet trouble before weekend launch
"Hundreds of space X. workers are involved in fixing a toilet leak before weekend launch of a dragon capsule it's not the same type of leak you might have in your home bathroom SpaceX officials say during last month's private flight or two but came unglued spilling urine on to fans and beneath the floor and it happened inside a dragon capsule at the international space station SpaceX crews have well did the urine flushing tube that's inside the newest space capsule named in Torrance but the private company and NASA need to make sure the leaks won't compromise a capsule launching early Sunday from the Kennedy Space Center or another that's been parked at the international space station since April I'm Jackie Quinn
Wall Street Breakfast
Elon Musk’s Spacex Launches First All-Civilian Flight to Orbit
"Elon musk's spacex on wednesday evening launched four civilians toward the deepest orbit. Americans have traveled to in more than a decade a falcon nine rocket with a crew dragon. Space capsule lifted off from launch pad at kennedy space center in florida just after eight. Pm eastern daylight time capsule is slated to return to earth after about three days. Lashing down off the coast of
WSJ What's News
SpaceX Launches All-Civilian Crew on Inspiration4 Mission
"A successful launch last night. For elon musk's spacex and the inspiration for mission from the kennedy space center in florida. Four civilians including billionaire businessman jared isaac men will be orbiting about three hundred sixty miles above the earth. This marks the first time in all civilian crew is traveling to orbit on a mission arranged entirely by private parties. The capsule is slated to return to earth after about three days splashing down off the coast of florida.
WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"kennedy space center" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Of course gets everybody galvanized because everybody wants to say they watched it and saw it happen. In reality. Only CNN. What was CNN was the only TV network to cover it live. Nobody else did not not us or ABC or NBC. So CNN covered it live. There was no Fox or MSNBC back in those days. But everybody kind of jumped on board and started going wall to wall with the coverage. And, of course, uh, everybody focused on Christa McAuliffe, the teacher, but kind of forgot that there were six other crew members who were bored as well. And this was not Christa McAuliffe and six others. These were seven human beings who died on that awful day. Um So there was a great interest in what happened that day. What happened with the investigation over the following months and then the return to flight process and there was a great deal of attention paid to the very first flight after Challenger which came in the fall of 1988, so that's about 2.5 years. And then interest dropped off again. Until 2003 when shuttle Columbia just integrated on its way back. I was on the air that morning and we were waiting for it to land at the as landing strip. The shuttle landing facility at Kennedy Space Center. No sonic booms. It was not on the radar, and we knew something bad had happened. We were on the air for 8.5 hours straight that day, and there was a great deal of attention paid to the investigation at all the lessons that you thought had been learned after Challenger And weren't necessarily learned and followed, and a whole lot of safety measures were put into place and there was a great deal of attention paid to the return to flight. After Colombia in 2005. I mean, it was a media central out of the cape and then the flights after that, not so much until the very, very end. The only shuttle flight. I saw that much interest in during all my time. Besides, the two between besides, the return to flight would have been the John Glenn flight in the fall of 1998. Because it was John Glenn. Sure Peter King is with us. He's a CBS correspondent from current space since the since the nineties, but he's been into space. No, it's not bad in the space. That sounds weird. He hasn't been into space, but he's been into the space program for many, many years. We're going to talk more about it where we came from where we're going. Space. The final frontier. We'll see Ben Parker in for Dan Ray on Nightside Nightside with Dan Ray.
NASA Is Digging Into a Problem
"Unlike rounded weathered rocks on earth the dust and dirt particles on the moon are irregularly shaped crushed rocks with sharp angles the abrasive nature of lunar regular creates a host of challenges for landers robots and scientific equipment sent to the moon but nasa researchers are digging into the problem with the help of an earth stimulant that has similar properties to moon dirt be one an economical commercial byproduct of certain mining operations comes from the black point lava flow in northern arizona from surface experiments to vacuum chambers nasa uses bp one to help researchers better understand the interaction between rocket exhaust and the lunar surface one hundred twenty tonnes of the stimulant can be found at nasa kennedy space center in a lab area nicknamed the big ben where they test how robots will perform on the moon ground tests using the stimulant help. Researchers validate predictive models of plume interaction and determine which instruments will get left in the
Small Steps, Giant Leaps
"kennedy space center" Discussed on Small Steps, Giant Leaps
"Reading group. There were hoping to launch sometime sin. And what was your next internship. My second internship was an oath stem internship at kennedy space center. I the privilege of working alongside. Great intern partner. Jonathan henry and under some truly out of this world mentors enemy ruby dr zang at the microgravity simulation support facility or msf kennedy space center our job which was a very different task for me especially as a biologist was more database development. We establish a sustainable user friendly database to house microgravity research at the facility. Something that i was very much so not used to or not accustomed to as a biologist or someone used to working on biology topics in the laboratory. It was very different to approach a computer science back in development front of development kind of aspect that i've never really experienced for somebody that i'm really grateful that had the opportunity to do especially since it was a virtual and i wouldn't have had that if it weren't a virtual opportunity so really something unique there. What was it about the virtual aspect of the internship that made that a possibility for you. Well it would have been a bit different if it were an in person. Internship i most likely would have been more in the laboratory. A hands on approach rather than doing a separate project database development which really was tasked. That wasn't really being prepared for an onsite opportunity. It really was something that really came of kind of spur of the moment idea for virtual insurance. I mean that was very unique. And something that i really could have only had the opportunity to do given the virtual garment and now you're doing a virtual internship for a project at ames research center. Right that's correct. I have the amazing opportunity to be able to be a research associate in the space life. Sciences training program as less dp hosts out of nasa ames research center. It's an amazing opportunity to work with ten other fabulous research associates and fabulous. Staffers and mentors of this amazing interdisciplinary team working on specific projects. My certainly out of this world mentor is dr santa maria and i'm working on the bio sentinel keeps admission and some of its new space technology missions as well. They're a really exciting different opportunity. That again is such a different facet of nasa that i'm so excited and so grateful to be a part of well. We wish you all the best with that nick. Thank you for talking with us today. And share your nasa internship experiences. Thank you so much as an absolute pleasure. Thanks for having me sure thing. Do you have any closing thoughts. Certainly to all of the perspective interns out there. Apply apply apply. Go for it. I'm so excited. I can't wait to see what you will. Achieve knicks bio and links to topics we discussed are available at apple dot nasa dot gov slash podcast along with transcript on today show other nasa podcast episodes highlighting internship. Experiences across the agency are being released this week. And you can find them. At nasa dot gov slash podcasts. If there's a topic you'd like for us to feature in a future episode. Please let us know on twitter at nasa apple. That's eight p p. e. l. and use the hashtag small steps giant leaps as always. Thanks for listening..
Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio
"kennedy space center" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio
"The story of nasr's birth in its evolution is tremendously profoundly inspiring right now there are so many people listening who wanted to be astronauts right when they were kids and then there are other people who chose a career a lifelong stem career. Science technology engineering math based on their early fascination with nasa star trek all the hits really quickly. it'd be like the propagandistic side of that. You know that. I talked by the. I don't want to overstate. I mean these are all very aspirational american goals. That did inspire young minds and get people into stem. when maybe it wouldn't have otherwise gotten into it. So i don't wanna like cheap in the whole thing because i mean it really is an absolutely massive undertaking and the fact that we've been able to do this stuff But the kind of propaganda. We're gonna talk about i. Think a little more insidious than what. I mentioned No still hasn't been to space camp and we remember that remember is good as the movie. It is as remains leading. Somebody sent me a shirt but was way too small. I story the people from the good folks at book and at one point both sent me the shirts. Those great amazing book. It's a fantastic program. Got buddy cousins. Yeah because reading is a way to travel to your final frontier. Oh wow more you know. So we're accurately painting the emotive side of this. You know what i mean. And it is a truly noble endeavor but there is another side to the story of nasa. Its version that you won't hear as often at space camp or at the gift shop at the kennedy space center other agencies working for uncle..
Daily Tech News Show
"kennedy space center" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show
"And that way there there's kind of a collective push behind it instead of just having a few of the stronger members doing where we're just like all right big guys say but what about the small guys. Sure that's part of it. I also think that in the past it was we think abt forties behind this and china would say no. They're not that's ridiculous and what's different here is a forty is behind it. We're tired of it and we need you to stop now stopping short of saying and we're going to do sanctions. Which would be more provocative. But again i point out that china has not been dismissive of this china. Hasn't done their usual shrug of like You're imagining things i imagine. They will But just the fact that they're posing a little longer to think about it is is some sort of an effect whether that will turn into anything or not who knows And also i I think the most practical part of this is having a unified document that says. Hey here's some mitigation. Here's some best practices. We're calling you out you don't have to even take responsibility. We know what you're doing and here's how to stop world. Maybe one of the more powerful parts of the entire statement. And you know what might turn into something. What sarah chili peppers seeds. Hear me us here. Yeah actually turned into something. I'm unlike rhetoric. Nasa astronauts are growing red and green chili peppers on the international space station for what nasa says will be one of the longest and most challenging plant experiments attempted aboard the orbital lab the forty eight chili pepper seeds hitched a ride to the station in june on a space x commercial resupply services mission and. Nasr's shane kimbrough inserted the seeds they were inside of science carrier device into the advanced plant habitat or ap h on july twelfth. The is the largest plant growth facility on the sporting one hundred eighty sensors and even allowing partial control from the kennedy space center back on earth to make sure those peppers are looking okay. These are hatch green chilies to which green chilies when they get ripen. Become red which is why you're seeing their red angry tilles but These these are the kind of peppers that in these parts. Here when they show up at the grocery store they put a big banner up like the hatch. Green chilis are here fresh from new mexico. Get up like the this stuff. i think..
NASA: Growing Plants in Space
"Before astronauts took the first historic bite of lettuce in space every piece of equipment needed to grow that lettuce was tested in a lab at nasa innovation. Now bringing you stories behind the ideas that shaped the space crop. Production lab at nasr's kennedy. Space center is a web of research labs equipped with plant growth chambers of all sizes designed to simulate conditions on the international space station in these labs teams of researchers apply chemistry biology microbiology and engineering to find the best ways to make plants grow in space the passive poorest plant nutrient system is one of the latest food production technologies developed in the nasa lab. This system uses a ceramic poorest tube and water nutrient bags connected in a loop to feed plants nutrients are pumped in through a combination of capillary force and the same evapotranspiration process that moves water in plants on earth with no moving parts and requiring no electricity. The apparatus is simple to assemble and fully autonomous minimizing. The amount of time astronaut farmers would need to spend tending their
Astronauts Aboard SpaceX Endeavour Dock at International Space Station
"The international space station's population has increased to a livin with the jubilant arrival of space six space Space X is third crew capsule in less than a year. The Dragon and Deva spacecraft carrying four astronauts arrived the spy station a day after launching from NASA's Kennedy Space Center, all of the astronauts representing the U. S. Russia, Japan and France. Managed to squeeze into camera view for a king glad congratulatory call from the leaders off their respective space agencies.
SpaceX Launches Four Astronauts to Space Station
"List off God, whatever important crew members on their way to the international space station after a successful pre don lines from the Kennedy Space Center Crew of four includes pilot Megan McArthur. Her husband, Bob Banken, flew aboard the first manned space X flight to the I S s last year Crew Dragon capsule is scheduled to
South Florida's First News with Jimmy Cefalo
SpaceX Rocket Successfully Launches With Astronauts Aboard
"Year mission on Let's stop, never stopping one out and never launches. Once again. We're astronauts now on their way to the international space station aboard a rocket that's been there before. Americans Shane Kimbrough and Megan McArthur are on their way to a six month space station mission, along with astronauts from France and Japan. Falcon rocket carrying a crew to the space station in November. This morning's launch was delayed yesterday because of poor weather offshore from the Kennedy Space Center.
Nasa’s Future Moon Rocket Completes Critical Hot-Fire Test
"Performed a static fire test of the Space X Falcon nine rocket at Kennedy Space Center. The mission to the International Space station is scheduled to launch at six a.m. Eastern time Thursday. NASA also announced that they will use space X is new spacecraft Starship Toe Land astronauts on the moon.
Soyuz Launch Kicks Off Space Station Crew Rotation
"Astronaut and two Russian cosmonauts have arrived safely. But the international space station from member station W. M. F E Brendan Byrne reports the crew launched earlier today from Kazakhstan. The trio, including NASA's Mark Vanda, hi launched on Russia's Soyuz spacecraft, talking after two orbits and three hours in space. The arrival brings the number of residents on the orbiting lab to 10 with three departing next week, including NASA astronaut Kate Rubins. It's Vanda highs, Second space flight and he'll help the station crew with research and science while on board. Another crew of four set to launch to the station later this month, Launching on space sexes Crew Dragon capsule from Kennedy Space Center in Florida
Spacewalking astronauts tackle hoses, other station odd jobs
"Two NASA astronauts will venture outside the International Space station today on a spacewalk some 254 miles above the Earth from member station W. M. F E Brendan Byrne reports NASA's Michael Hopkins and Victor Glover will work outside the station for about 6.5 hours conducting maintenance on the orbiting lab. To do a little work on the station's cooling system, venting ammonia and moving cables in an effort to make the system more efficient. They'll also run cables along the station for a new payload platform and amateur radio system, a new antenna and wires for two new high definition cameras. Ash knots on two recent spacewalks installed mounting hardware for a new set of solar panels for the station arriving later this year. Hopkins and Glover arrived at the station back in November after launching from Kennedy Space Center on Space Sexes Crew Dragon