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Amazon’s Project Kuiper reveals design of antennas customers will use to access satellites
"Amazon unveiled the designs for antennas. That consumer could use to access project kuyper. That's a planned satellite constellation to deliver broadband internet. Yeah likes that rate the phased array antenna on development and testing this fall it as a twelve inch diameter that can deliver maximum throughput of four hundred megabits per seconds it's capable of streaming four k video from geostationary satellites up to twenty two thousand miles above earth. Though project kuyper satellites will be much lower than that amazon hasn't announced prices yet for the project
Amazon vows to invest $10B in Kuiper satellites after getting FCC’s go-ahead
"Federal Communications Commission authorized Amazon's plans for its project Kuyper Satellite Constellation this calls for launching three thousand, two, hundred, thirty, six satellites to provide broadband coverage. The FCC approved the plan on the condition that Amazon does not unduly interfere with previously authorized satellite ventures with satellites orbiting within three hundred, fifty, five days of completing their assigned mission. The plan approved by the FCC calls for Amazon to launch half it set alight by mid twenty, twenty, six and the rest by mid twenty
Our Place in Space
"Hello and welcome to misinformation, a Trivia podcasts for ladies and gents who have cooled Trivia and sticking it to join teams at pub quiz where your hosts I'm Lauren in I'm Julia Hey Schule hi, Laurin. We are just were like cranking through some episodes lately. We've been like recording a bunch of Italian. This is our. This is our finishing episode for this recording. And I figured you know what? We haven't touched on space in a while you know. I did that long series about dads and space. Aged MOMS Mason to the mission to Mars like I'm going to go back. To back to the beginning, WE'RE GONNA go back to the beginning, and even though you fear it, even though I fear it. It's like you know like that's why they why women love stories about serial killers, because ultimately we are the ones who will probably be murdered by a serial killer, just like statistically, so you have to face that fear and somehow love it. Together hair your brain. Get to know your enemy. Know your enemy exactly you gotTa. Know your enemy, so my enemy is space. I am at a constant battle with space and I know I'll lose on. Aren't we all time and space so today? I've decided to go back to the beginning. Go get like some elementary level info and today. We're GONNA. Talk about the solar system. Did you build a model for this sir, Oh, no, I should have model. Scrap. Is Episode Comeback When you alcon back? Steve has a model. He'll make a full like. One of those rotating. Oh, yeah, own. An oratory. Ory himself. He's GonNa. He's GonNa. WanNa. Make an ordinary, so you're welcome. Yeah, thanks! It's going to be my whole upstairs anyway. So just as an FYI, I I will not be touching on earth because we live here. You know what earth is A. And also I've already done an episode on Mars. So we'll just be doing the rest of the solar system to. Be going in order. To begin with. What is the solar system? The planetary system we call home is located in outer spiral arm of the Milky Way Galaxy. That's our neighborhood. Our solar system consists of our star. The Sun and everything bound to it by gravity. The planets mercury Venus, Earth Mars Jupiter Saturn Uranus and Neptune as well as dwarf planets, such as Pluto dozens of moons and millions of asteroids, comets and meteoroid. The solar system also includes the Kuyper belt that lies past Neptune's orbit, which way back there. This is a sparsely occupied ring of bodies, almost all smaller than the most popular Kuyper. Bell Object, which is Dorf Planet Pluto and we will talk about him in a minute. The most popular, the most popular of the Kuyper belt objects. So beyond the fringes of the Kuyper belt is the or cloud. This junk, yes, the worked cloud over RT cloud. This giant spherical shell surrounds our solar system like a big old bubble. And it has never been directly observed, but its existence is predicted based on mathematical models and observations comments that likely originate from there. So. The or cloud is made of icy pieces of space debris, the sizes of mountains and sometimes larger orbiting our son as far as one point six light years away. This shell of material is thick extending from five thousand astronomical units to one hundred thousand astronomical units, so an astronomical unit just for Reference One Astronomical Unit or AU is the distance from the sun to the earth. And that is about ninety three million miles or one hundred and fifty million kilometers. So one astronomical unit is ninety three million miles so. The ORT cloud is anywhere from five thousand, two hundred thousand astronomical units, so it's enormous. God I. Don't think about okay. The ordered cloud is also the boundary of the Sun's Gravitational influence where orbiting objects can turn around and return closer to our son. So that's that's the extent of how far the sun's gravity pull. Goes, to. The Sun's helium fear doesn't extend quite as far so that's like how far the light can travel from the sun. healers the bubble created by the solar wind, which is a stream of electrically charged gas, blowing outward from the sun in all directions, so it's like the soup that the sun is like floating that creates. The boundary where the solar wind is abruptly slowed by pressure from interstellar gases is called the termination shock, so it's like the edge of the bubble. Okay where it crosses into it. this edge occurs between eighty one hundred astronomical units, so that's the outer boundary of the Helius fear. And I've mentioned this before, but to NASA, spacecraft launched in seventy seven have crossed the termination shock, voyager, one and two thousand four in Voyager, two in two thousand seven. for more on that checkout episodes thirty five moms and space for the voyager program. It's good.
Our Place in Space
"Hello and welcome to misinformation, a Trivia podcasts for ladies and gents who have cooled Trivia and sticking it to join teams at pub quiz where your hosts I'm Lauren in I'm Julia Hey Schule hi, Laurin. We are just were like cranking through some episodes lately. We've been like recording a bunch of Italian. This is our. This is our finishing episode for this recording. And I figured you know what? We haven't touched on space in a while you know. I did that long series about dads and space. Aged MOMS Mason to the mission to Mars like I'm going to go back. To back to the beginning, WE'RE GONNA go back to the beginning, and even though you fear it, even though I fear it. It's like you know like that's why they why women love stories about serial killers, because ultimately we are the ones who will probably be murdered by a serial killer, just like statistically, so you have to face that fear and somehow love it. Together hair your brain. Get to know your enemy. Know your enemy exactly you gotTa. Know your enemy, so my enemy is space. I am at a constant battle with space and I know I'll lose on. Aren't we all time and space so today? I've decided to go back to the beginning. Go get like some elementary level info and today. We're GONNA. Talk about the solar system. Did you build a model for this sir, Oh, no, I should have model. Scrap. Is Episode Comeback When you alcon back? Steve has a model. He'll make a full like. One of those rotating. Oh, yeah, own. An oratory. Ory himself. He's GonNa. He's GonNa. WanNa. Make an ordinary, so you're welcome. Yeah, thanks! It's going to be my whole upstairs anyway. So just as an FYI, I I will not be touching on earth because we live here. You know what earth is A. And also I've already done an episode on Mars. So we'll just be doing the rest of the solar system to. Be going in order. To begin with. What is the solar system? The planetary system we call home is located in outer spiral arm of the Milky Way Galaxy. That's our neighborhood. Our solar system consists of our star. The Sun and everything bound to it by gravity. The planets mercury Venus, Earth Mars Jupiter Saturn Uranus and Neptune as well as dwarf planets, such as Pluto dozens of moons and millions of asteroids, comets and meteoroid. The solar system also includes the Kuyper belt that lies past Neptune's orbit, which way back there. This is a sparsely occupied ring of bodies, almost all smaller than the most popular Kuyper. Bell Object, which is Dorf Planet Pluto and we will talk about him in a minute. The most popular, the most popular of the Kuyper belt objects. So beyond the fringes of the Kuyper belt is the or cloud. This junk, yes, the worked cloud over RT cloud. This giant spherical shell surrounds our solar system like a big old bubble. And it has never been directly observed, but its existence is predicted based on mathematical models and observations comments that likely originate from there. So. The or cloud is made of icy pieces of space debris, the sizes of mountains and sometimes larger orbiting our son as far as one point six light years away. This shell of material is thick extending from five thousand astronomical units to one hundred thousand astronomical units, so an astronomical unit just for Reference One Astronomical Unit or AU is the distance from the sun to the earth. And that is about ninety three million miles or one hundred and fifty million kilometers. So one astronomical unit is ninety three million miles so. The ORT cloud is anywhere from five thousand, two hundred thousand astronomical units, so it's enormous. God I. Don't think about okay. The ordered cloud is also the boundary of the Sun's Gravitational influence where orbiting objects can turn around and return closer to our son. So that's that's the extent of how far the sun's gravity pull. Goes, to. The Sun's helium fear doesn't extend quite as far so that's like how far the light can travel from the sun. healers the bubble created by the solar wind, which is a stream of electrically charged gas, blowing outward from the sun in all directions, so it's like the soup that the sun is like floating that creates. The boundary where the solar wind is abruptly slowed by pressure from interstellar gases is called the termination shock, so it's like the edge of the bubble. Okay where it crosses into it.
Flat Earthers: What They Believe and Why
"This is scientific. American science talk posted on March. Twenty seven twenty twenty. I'm Steve Mirsky. I'm going to let my guest introduce himself in a moment because he does a better job than I could. Midway through the following discussion. We'll take a break for a short segment sponsored by the Calveley prize with Caltech Planetary Astronomer. Michael Brown who has done groundbreaking work though solar system breaking work on the Kuyper belt and its largest members. His segment is not unrelated to what will be talking about now. It's not about corona virus. You'll find some parallels to how some people are reacting to corona virus. Buckle up so I'm Michael Marshall and I'm the project director of the good thinking society which is a charity based in the UK the whole purpose charities to promote science to challenge pseudoscience. So we'll do work Ford Science Education and then another PA the work that we do. The bulk of my work is to find ideas. That aren't backed by evidence and find people who are promoting those ideas find people who are buying into those ideas and to explore them and figure out if anything can be done to prevent people being confused by them Hound by the misled by them and those kinds of things. So I spent a lot of time looking at things like alternative cancer kills and the people who promote those and alternative medicine spent a lot my time going to see people who say they can talk dead. Oku can do faith healing and then another part of my time is spent token people who believe in unusual ideas and kind of proponents. And that's how I came across the flat. Earth world is through my slightly odd a hobby at the time before I was working. Fulltime as as a skeptic is a hobby of mine to be in rooms filled if he who disagree with me to just understand what brings people to ideas that. I would look at and say well. This can't be true. These kind of fringe and extreme and unusual beliefs. What brings people to believe them? And what what? What kind of path leave people there will? Evidence supports supports that position in their minds. And how do they engage with the world with that worldview and try and have conversations? Podcast where I talked to people who have kind of fringe beliefs and instead of having a conversation that a lot of people have if they are a skeptic about something and they're talking to believe where you shout at them and tell them never home and point out all the evidence and tell you gets into a volatile discussion sometimes instead of that. I've tried to have a civil and polite chat to try and explore the gap between us. So I don't believe in this idea of yours but I'm reading to figure out why I don't believe it. Why do so? Let's have a conversation? So have these kind of civil discussions and that's kind of how I came across That the flatter theory and the idea that there are people walking around today. Who think well this flat. This is really interesting and serendipitous that were sitting here because I knew that there were some flatter. Thor's out there and I just thought it was kind of strange and funny and about a week ago I discovered a friend of mine who is very well educated. She got a doctorate in biochemistry and She has a sister who's also very intelligent and very well educated and my friend told me that her sister is a flatter and that her sister is very indignant about the idea that We don't take them seriously and she said something to the effectiveness is hearsay. That we're getting for me right now. That will you know if you looked at the evidence. Then you'd know that what you've been told isn't true. So all of a sudden became fascinated with the flat earth people and then Just on twitter and I had I had been a follower verve yours until I saw this tweet that somebody I follow must've re tweeted that you had just given a talk in Edinburgh where I have been and So I reached out to you and it turns out you live in Liverpool and here I am in Liverpool today. So that's why we're here talking so tell me what do the flat Earth People Think and why do they think it so to your packet question that will bit because it's very easy for us to see the flat? Earth Movement is one singular cohesive movement and. That's how I I thought about it when I first came across in two thousand thirteen when I came across the flutter society in the UK. And so I had a conversation with the vice president of the Flat Earth Society and I assumed you probably have in your mind that people who believe the world is flat thing that the world's disk and in the center you've got the Arctic Circle then you've got all the continents of the world are splayed out to fill the circle. Antarctica is like the edge of disk. But I found out when I first spoke to flatter societies that not everyone in the world has that version of the world and the heads. Some do believe it's a disc but others believe that. Yes the Arctic Circle in the middle the landmasses around it and then on top Around the edge but instead of it being discreet disc some people believe in fact Antactica just on forever and all directions and so they believe that the earth is actually an infinite plane in all directions that bisects reality which is a really lovely idea. What does that mean by? Second three dollars so it will go on. North South East West go on forever and there is the above and the below. But there's no way of getting from the top to the bottom because it's just infinity of all ice in all directions forever so there's no way of getting below the earth and so this was when. I first came across the floor of moving in two thousand thirteen. This quite vociferous debate that was going on and the website of the three in the flat. Earthers yeah it was. It was quite a schism really and so they'd the society. The the time was largely a forum where they would bring forth that proofs of one version this theory or another and I also think there's another schism going on in the movement at the time Which is between one side which people who genuinely really believed the world was flat and the other side which after he did not believe it but enjoyed intellectual pursuit of arguing a position than you false and so they would find quite esoteric off the wall proofs that most people wouldn't think of and so when I first came across it in two thousand thirteen there are people waiting into these arguments who believe the world is round but had never thought about it the fall but just assumed innocent of arrogant way that they must know better than anybody who's thought about it and come to a different conclusion and so they were stumping into these arguments saying well what about photos of the earth from space and what about this and what about ships going with the rise in thinking. Well this is the Gotcha but not realizing that those are the first things they thought about that. They thought the world approved walls around. And therefore it's probably likely that people who think the world is flat had the same idea and yet they're still flat earth So at least in their mind they must have a good answer to that. The people believe the world was round in these arguments. Didn't have 'cause they'd never scrutinize the idea. They rejecting enough and so what was happening. Was I think to a degree? The part of the schism that were just having fun and move very well. The world wasn't flat but just enjoyed the pursuit of doing that. They will winning those arguments of people who are coming in and arrogantly assuming that they could answer everything and in winning those arguments they were really converting even more people who really believed it. And so you had this kind of effect where we saw spiral out of control a little bit. But I think it it wasn't viral in the way that in two thousand thirteen and a as a in the way that it was in two thousand sixteen in two thousand seventeen. I'm think PA that is because that ISA teric off wall version of proofs could be quite complicated to get your head around so for example if you have the disc version the world and the infinite plane version both muddles suffer from an inability to explain gravity. You don't have the spherical mass united central mass of a central point pulling it all two to one point So it's very difficult to explain. Gravity neither one models but these people who are doing kind of East Tarik arguments are saying well what gravity gravity and accelerate falls towards the ground. Think nine point. Eight meters per second. Squared accelerates downwards. They said that is identical to a world in which the ground accelerates upwards to meet you and so when you let go of something it isn't that it's accelerating downwards that it's the grounds accelerating up to meet it Sephora relativity and that's this is exactly where they come to you so people then say when if ground is if the earth is an infinite in all directions that by sex reality and is accelerating open at nine seconds and always has been since the dawn of time. You'd hit a problem which would be the speed of light. You can't go fast so people don't have a Gotcha for this. And so the people who were putting forth esoteric the wall trobisch arguments would say well look at Einstein's theory of relativity as you approach light speed time itself slows down and the mats in their head works back out again so yes beginning. Quick time getting slower and we can account for gravity in that way. And that's quite a complicated auditing Enron. And so I think the fact that these people were winning arguments was getting converting some people movement but the way in which they were winning them were keeping people away from the movement because they were quite complex ideas to you. Couldn't stick them on a mean as you can these days. Here's a picture of the earth. You couldn't explain all that stuff about the relatively proving gravitate infinite plane version of the world. So I think it was a limiting factor going on and that's why when I first came across the free movement it was probably still pretty small. Pretty unknown I've been given talks about pseudoscience for the last five six plus years and I've mentioned that I came across the Flat Earth. Moving and people would always say to me this. Nobody who actually believes that nobody actually doesn't really exist. That people having fun with stay quite small and then in. Twenty fifteen in two thousand sixteen a couple of things happened that really ignited a movement and it was the publishing of two videos on Youtube video series on Youtube. One I believe was Eric. Debate tuned approves the Spinning Globe. And the other was mark sergeants. Fourteen videos in his letter clue series.
Weird Issues: Are comets asteroids or are asteroids comets?
"Used to be so simple. Comets were snowballs from the outer solar system and asteroids rocks walks from the inner solar system. But now everything's all shades of gray. STRANA found asteroids have behavioral comets and college the behave like Asteroids Pamela. Make sense of this for him. It's a continuum of objects that simply want to mock with our desire to name mm-hmm everything let's face it. Human beings like to put things in boxes and and this is a problem for us when it comes to the solar system because we used to think it was so easy we had trust real world. We had gas giants we we had asteroids. We had icy things and and it's all falling apart as we've discovered that well somewhere between the icy things in the asteroid. Things is a continual. And there's there's no discrete gap or anything no set the technical term icy things and asteroid things. Technically it's comet or send tour or Kuyper belt object depending on where they are and then of course the cloud. We need to stop naming things based on where they're located located right or just like trying to classify them don't judge just that's just gonNA drive yourself crazy so and then they're gonNA set off a debate on the Internet where people are going to yell at each other about whether poodles planet or not. And we're still going to have to hear about it now however the classic we're just GonNa go with Planet Classic Play Planet Classic. Okay all right so so then back. In the olden days of your What was an asteroid? It was a dry rocky. Object like killed the dinosaurs awards and exists in the asteroid belt. That in general is made of metals of carbons of silicates and and is dry. That was wrapped is where we started. Asteroids that you've got the the ones that are near the earth we've got the ones as you said in the main asteroid belt and then we've got the trojans interesting side note. Did you know that. There is roughly in the same order of magnitude as many objects in Jupiter's Trojan Asteroid Area as in the main asteroid. Bill Lloyd didn't that's is you know that either the I know until I was doing an episode about it in other the words the solar system has second asteroid belt. And you didn't even know about it. I mean we all knew the trojans were there but we didn't know that they work and they're not even third third. They're really just to clouds that Leonie Trail Jupiter like like yeah parade on procession around our solar I system and yet there is as many objects roughly as in the main asteroid belt. So anyway interesting thing I just discovered So okay so so. Asteroid Rock Metal Draw S.. What's a comet? Eight comment is a Blob of mostly Isis. So so here you have. Water is nitrogen ice dry ice isis. Things that can be liquids. It's Things that will become gassy tails and we knew that mixed in with that was some gravelly bets but it was considered to be mostly Salihi ice and cold Gucci does a great of she does a great science show where she will make a comment with yes and and and this is something that that astronomers have been doing for ages because you can get all of the ingredients to make a comment in a bowl pretty much. It's from your local grocery store. If your local grocery store happens to have dry ice and I it's just a little bit of Corn Syrup a little bit of molasses lassus dry some water some ammonia and then you grab a handful of dirt from the art right and that's a comet and so it's pretty pretty clear right like obviously one is a chunk of rock and metal rock or metal rock and metal rock or metal at the other is a chunk of water with maybe a little bit of dirt thrown in meet both in volatile ICES. When did this categorization and start to go off the rails? What some discoveries that were made that made this clearly problematic? Well one one of the problems was simply the story we had told ourselves about. Our solar system turned out to be wrong and one of the stories that we told ourselves about our solar system. was that all of the water. We have all all of the earth's oceans came to us through the bombardment of comets on the surface of our world but when we started looking at the composition position accommodates the waters that comets are made of. Don't match the water that we have here on earth so there is a sudden w T.F. If water what's wrong with you and a realization that all the water we've got had to come from somewhere else now. It didn't end there it. It never ends that simply said but but just like just before you move on so we know Oh that like based on whatever the deterioration the tritium is the ratios of of what are the kinds of hydrogen involve are involved in making water ready the ratio Samyong comments right and so. Have you sample the water in the earth's oceans and then you look at the samples that had been done in in looking at comet. They don't match perfectly. I mean obviously they both have water in them. But but it's like the initial recipe doesn't seem to match so it's to the comments couldn't have been the source of all of an and in fact having looked at multiple comets. It's if our water came from the as we so far seeing them typical comments. It still doesn't work so it it. It can't even be like the smallest fraction of our water. Came from comments So yeah it's not comments. Okay so the so then. We have a clue but that doesn't mean anything right just means that the water came from somewhere else. Maybe it was formed in place as the earth formed and then maybe it was a part of underground and in welled up over time as the Earth Glenham models. That's out there. But that's no longer the dominant model because we have another Attacker that has been identified. It's it's been realized that asteroids have water in fact they appear to have a lot of water and big astros like series may even have subsurface sees of water right so within how was how were these discoveries made well. It's it's been a whole combination of looking at nearer by asteroid looking things and realizing shoot. These are actually active. They actually periodically spray material outwards and thinking. Well some of them were just going to call. I'm dead comments. We're going to refer to these objects that clearly used to be comets. Their orbits change they got crusted over with stuff will blame them on being former comets comets and about works to a point but then we started doing things like sending probes out to visit asteroids and when we got to series. We saw cry of alcoholism going on there are massive features on series that appeared to be former role. Kano's that have now begun to slump and there's at least one. What appears to be still active volcano in place in the bottom of a crater and these this is salty stuff that's getting sprayed up and then settling down and crusting over the volcano that that it is
NASA ScienceCast 298: Watch the History of our Solar System Fly By with MU69
"Watch the history of our solar system fly by which avenue sixty nine presented by science that massive scientists have unlocked lots of clues about the earliest forms of life on earth by studying fossils found across our planet in similar fashion we're now learning more about the earliest formation of our solar system from a different kind of fall so the kuyper hyper belt object or k b o known as twenty fourteen immu sixty nine travel back in time to the solar systems the very beginning their two objects were formed vet eventually came together in a body resembling a flattened bowling pin when looking at these objects from the city of earth which is four billion miles there six point four billion kilometers away avenue sixty nine looks like a point of light even when using the powerful hubble space telescope scope but thanks to the new horizon spacecraft this is what it looked like on new year's day twenty nineteen from approximately forty one hundred miles or sixty six hundred kilometers away about seven minutes before the spacecraft the closest approach new horizons is a grand piano sized spacecraft was launched back in two thousand six with undertaking exploring the kuyper belt that donut shape disc of space that begins jess biondi orbit of neptune tune dwarf planet pluto and its largest moon share on reside in the kuyper belt as do over one hundred thousand kb owes avenue sixty nine was discovered by the new horizons team endless found to be located in the neighborhood of new horizons trajectory win the space craft reached the kuyper belt in twenty fifteen its location led to its selection as a fly by target new horizons project scientist how weaver of the johns hopkins applied physics lab notes three wondrous impressions about this twenty two mile or thirty five kilometers long primeval object first this is the most primitive object ever encountered by a spacecraft by that i mean the least changed since the time the solar system formation second the shape of you sixty nine the body is giving us new insights into how planets formed scientific hypotheses change as new horizons delivers new data until we saw up close we didn't know for sure if avenue sixty nine was a single object or two distinct pieces now we know it's actually composed of two distinct piece is a large flat loeb at a smaller rounder lobe that have merged urged into one entity this fusion gives us clues regarding the initial steps that were taken to form a planet third the fly by showed immu sixty nine to red color read her even then pluto and we believe that this may come from organic material the same material that may have contributed to be origin of life on earth fossils of once living beings on earth conveyed vital clues about the past in space katie owes can also so convey fall so like clues about four point five billion years worth of solar system history sciences are pouring over the information they've received so far in the data transmissions from b m news sixty nine fly by will continue through the late summer of twenty twenty in the meantime new horizons is traveling farther into the kuyper belt at about thirty one thousand five hundred miles or fifty one thousand kilometers per hour the spacecraft is now observing additional
"kuyper" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Kuyper with a colon NBC California, different story across the bay in San Francisco, where the giants got hammered by visiting Diamondbacks, who busted out of a slump in a big way with an eighteen to, to route Aaron ahead three three run homers, including this shot by Adam Jones that broke the game open. Close hit well, deep Senate Duggar way back there. It is gone. Second home run of the night for the backs and this one has gotten out of hand fairly early. We're in the fifth inning, it is now eleven to two Arizona John Miller. The colon K n TV NBA playoffs. Continue with the eastern finals game six in Toronto. A must win for Milwaukee as the bucks trail the series three games to two that game will start at five thirty west coast time backup guard. Fred vanfleet, who had a magnificent game ending seven of nine from three point land for twenty one points in the critical game five win at Milwaukee on Thursday night, says the guy was carrying the load right now is Leonard has been spectacular in the postseason first week training camp. And, and CNN perform at high level few times earning season. You get it you understand what other hoopla's about what this guy and the way he's turned up in his playoffs has been spectacular. Obviously we lean on him a lot and he seemed to deliver every time. So for the rest of us, guys, like myself to just try to support them and help them out as much as we can that is the Toronto. Raptors Fred van fleet on ESPN finally local Gulf cows national player of the year. Mira fired at five hundred sixty seven to take the lead after the opening round of the NC, two A, men's golf championship held in Fayetteville Arkansas sports at fifteen and forty five six nine. AM seven forty KCBS. Folks,.
First results from New Horizons' time in the Kuiper Belt
"What is the Kuyper belt, Koiper belt is the largest zone in our planetary system? And it wasn't even known until the ninety s when planetary strana mors started to discover other objects orbiting outwear. Pluto, is mostly little things, the size of counties or New England states Pluto, for comparison is like the size of the United States. But also, we started to discover other small planets in the Kuiper belt Pluto's cohort if you will. This is the third zone of our solar system. You know, the innermost zone is the rocky planets earth Mars, Venus and mercury beyond that the giant planets Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus Neptune. And then there's the Kuiper belt the begins just beyond snip tunes orbit. And so actually, by the time, we reach Pluto in the summer of two thousand fifteen we're already at the inner fringes of the Kuiper belt, we will be in it even traveling at this enormous speed that takes us three. Hundred million miles, plus every year with still being a for another ten years from now we're about halfway through it in, in your book, tasting new horizons inside the epic. First mission to Pluto you talk in length about the quite rebuilt. You talk about this twenty mile by ten mile wide rock that is of such interest. It's like two spheres connected. Did you actually know it existed in? Was that actually on your itinerary? When new horizon, left, Florida, we, we did not know that ultimate to leave the name of the nickname of this clipper both object exists that we did know the corpora belt, existent right new. We knew how many objects are out there. It's a little bit analogous to if you know in two thousand six somebody said, I'm taking a trip to Paris, and in nineteen what restaurants should we, you know, wait a while back later Oeser there. Lots of restaurants. And so we actually found our particular fly by target using the Hubble space telescope in twenty. Fourteen and then burn the engines after Pluto, to range erect to go there in the fall of twenty fifteen and then traveled three plus years, another billion miles to make that fly by which occurred on New Year's Eve and New Year's day starting this year, you can actually steer this spaceship. I can't imagine what north south east and west is up there. And there's no longitude latitude. How do you navigate? How, how do you know where the heck you want to go, and where you are going? It takes real expertise. And we have some of the world's best space navigators on the new horizons team, a big team at a company called kinetics based in California. And we have a another team at the Caltech Jet Propulsion Laboratory the way that we do this is essentially, twofold, we track the position of whatever we're going to fly by next either Pluto, or ultimate Tuli using telescopes on the earth and the Hubble space telescope to plot. Its course. And then by Ray. Radio. We track our spacecraft. So we know its course and then the job of the navigators is to make those two things intersect on a given day when the fly by takes place. And they can do it very precisely. I can tell you volleying from Pluto, to ultimate too late, which took three and a half years at thirty two thousand miles an hour about a million miles, almost every day. We ended up arriving at ultimate Tuli only twenty three seconds all did time. Well I mean I I take airliner flights there. Never would.
Posey's hit sends Giants to 2-1 win over Dodgers
"Well, the giants over last place the dodgers are enforced, but the giants are having a better week than the dodgers rubber game in the series last night before thirty one thousand plus at oracle bottom of the ninth tied at one runners at first and second two out of three one count on. Buster Posey Pedro bias on the mound. Dwayne Kuyper at the bike NBC sports mayor studying stuff and trying to try different things to get to you know, where I wanna be with, you know, in my mind perfect delivery. So I don't think it's there, but it is definitely better than it has been medicine. Bumgarner doing his best. Well, let's see was Madison. Bumgarner talking about his gem last night. Thanks to BUSTER Posey's a walk off RBI single to left field. Bum? Went six innings allowed one run for its had eight strikeouts. As manager was thrilled all for pitches or really Chris tonight is at a different look. And nobody's better, you know, after coming off a bad start. And and he came back and determined look as big game force a rough start to the home stain. But it's good in taking the series after they got swept three over the weekend by the Yankees. Stephen Douglas who scored the game winner had three hits and scored both runs. The giants now thirteen and eighteen begin a seven game road trip. Tomorrow night in Cincinnati and then move onto
A deadly fungus outbreak is spreading in Chicago-area health facilities
"This sort of strong Makassar is sponsored by Magellan TV dot com. Check out this new streaming service with your exclusive to month free trial by clicking over to Magellan, TV dot com slash astronomy cast now, this isn't a normal part of the ad, but I have to say the landing paid. They made for strong me. Cast is amazing. Once you get to Magellan, TV dot com slash astronomy cast, you can dive into a collection of documentary movies series and exclusive playlists designed by documentary filmmakers, this growing platform is adding new content weekly, and is already home to a who's who of the best productions from the overview of fact to the NSF funded seeing the beginning of time. There is an amazing selection of space astronomy related content watching four K from Roucou or on your computer or stream on. Any I o s or Android device? I lost track of a bunch of hours on Saturday afternoon diving through history, and you can explore the solar system traveled to distant stars and experienced the universe. Like never before. Once again, you can check out. This new streaming service with your exclusive to month free trial by clicking over to Magellan, TV dot com slash astronomy cast. Hi, everyone producer Susie here. We apologize for the lower quality audio this week, Pamela, experienced power outage that affected the saved audio files. So this show is being created from the audio from our YouTube street. Trying to cast episode five twenty five one hundred years international astronomically. Caster weekly facts based journey the cosmos help you understand not only what we know how we know what we know I presume came publisher of university with me as always Dr Pamela, gays senior scientists for the planetary scientists end the director Cozma quest penalty doing I'm doing. Well. How are you? I am doing. Well, also, did you survive all the excitement yesterday? It was a great day for people who are not don't know. We're talking about literally everything happened yesterday. Rockets. Relaunched lunar orbits were arrived at. Asteroid was hit tank weapon, which was great. What a great use for anti tank weaponry. Take more of that plea. Yeah. Exactly. So. Solar system more of that coming. So you just stay in line. So yeah, no. It was a great day. And and now other stuff too. I just saw that the put down a date for the Knicks falcon heavy launched. It's going to be soon like within the week. So it's gonna be it's gonna be a crazy week. Actually. I'm utterly overwhelmed. Right now, people may have noticed haven't got simply newsletter out yet because I just have so busy. But it's it's it's almost ready. It'll go another like couple of hours. I was at my keyboard for sixteen hours yesterday as annuals that I took turns live streaming all of the events line on twins Catholic. Absolutely amazing, and I I have to brag a little bit. So I love so much working once again, a like rock solid. We do science organization. I I haven't done that since I worked at Harvard. I've been at places that focused and communications education and undergraduate education, and I'm back. And so there was a quiet little does anyone know how to do this thing and stuff at the command line to fix the formatting of a whole bunch of files. And I was like, yeah. You just need to write software to footy foodie FU and the person who was working on high a booster, and they needed to convert a whole bunch of files was like help. And so last night in real time while everything was happening. I got to help by just reading a stupid little snippet of of code, but people at high. Yeah, that's amazing. Yeah. Yeah. To make a science people. I got to make us lions. So so you saying like, thanks to the planetary sciences toot for giving you a home that you get to do science on on an occasional basis. Yeah. That's amazing. And more to the point. I get to science with a whole bunch of other people instead of being like the person over here making science while everyone else is doing other things it was it's awesome. Here we go even though they might be scattered around our planet. Astronomers have a way to come together to work the issues that face their entire field of study, it's called the international astronomical union. And they're the ones who work out the new names for stars. And sometimes depleted beloved Kuyper built objects. Oh, man, people have that love hate blade ship with the I eight you which is the international stra nominal union.
Amazon will launch thousands of satellites to provide internet around the world
"News Radio Amazon plans to put more than three thousand satellites into orbit to increase worldwide access to the internet the plan called project Kuyper reportedly would Amazon in competition with SpaceX which is also planning a satellite internet service, Amazon confirmed its plan to business insider and called project Kuyper, a constellation of low earth orbit satellites that would provide high speed broadband to underserved
NASA ScienceCast 290: Big Questions About Small Worlds
"Big questions about small worlds. Presented by science at Manson. Scientists who studied the solar system tend to ask big questions. How was our solar system formed where did the building blocks of life come from what hazards from above threaten life on our planet to find answers? They're looking more and more at small worlds, what are small worlds asteroids for sure comets to also the many small satellites or moons that orbit large planets as well as the icy world at the distance of Pluto and beyond some have combined only to be broken apart later by collisions and tidal forces others have gone largely untouched since the dawn of the solar system, some carry water and organic compounds others are almost entirely composed of metal and all hold keys to questions about our solar system and the origin of life on earth. Doctor Adriana oh compo program executive for Nasr's new horizons. Mission says water is key to life as we know it learning where water is found in our solar system provides pieces to the puzzle of understanding the origins of life new horizons. Recently surprised us by discovering a large abundance of water ice at Pluto. More surprises are in store as new horizons transmits the data from its January first twenty nineteen fly by of the Kuyper belt object, twenty fourteen m you sixty nine back to earth small world can be found in a wide range of locations across the solar system from the inner Ciller system all the way out to the Kuyper belt when they are studied together these remnants of the early solar system can help tell the story of solar system formation. Dawn recently completed a mission to the main asteroid belt visiting the doors planet series and the belt's largest asteroid Vesta. Cyrus? Rex has arrived at Benue a near earth asteroid about sixteen hundred fifty feet or five hundred meters across and will return to earth in twenty twenty three with a sample. So scientists can begin to understand been whose origin and history. The Lucy mission will be traveling to six Trojan asteroids trapped in the orbit of Jupiter. These objects are the only remaining unexplored population of small worlds in the solar system. The psyche mission will be visiting a metal object in the main asteroid belt that could be the remnant core of a proto planet similar in size to Vesta. While Villa's missions traveled to their individual targets. Neil wise. A re purpose space telescope in lieu earth orbit has made infrared measurements of hundreds of near earth objects, and tens of thousands of other small worlds in the solar system. These diverse worlds offer insights into how our solar system formed and evolved. Doctor Tom statler planetary science program. Scientists at NASA headquarters notes, this is not your grandparents solar system and things are not as orderly as we once believed the data we've gleaned from these objects. So far have changed the way we think about the origin of the planets, for example, the small world in the Khyber built are leading us to think that you're in and Neptune formed much closer to the sun than where they reside. Now, then gradually moved to their current orbits the biggest misperception about small worlds their distance to each. Other statler explains in the movies. They always show an asteroid belt with millions of rocks almost touching each other. Whereas in reality there is much more empty space. You have to travel hundreds of thousands of miles to get from one asteroid to another yet. Scientists are also looking closer to home determining the orbits and physical characteristics of objects that might impact earth is critical to understanding the consequences of any such impact and responding to an actual impact threat. If one is ever discovered NASA knows of no asteroid or comet currently on a collision course with earth. But to prepare for that scenario NASA is developing the double asteroid redirection tests or dark mission as the first demonstration of the Connecticut impact technique that could be used to change the motion of a hazardous asteroid away from earth. For more big stories about our solar system and how small worlds are yielding big answers. Visit science dot NASA dot gov.
Misdial Results in 911 Call ... From Space
"Or well, this was interesting. Did you know you could call nine one one from the international space station. I didn't until I saw this. They didn't know either. It happened. A Dutch astronaut leave it to the Dutch. Andrei Kuypers told the public broadcaster in the Netherlands that what he's trying to respond to an important call about the international space station. Instead, he called emergency service
NASA spacecraft survives historic trip to world 4 billion miles away
"Well, people around the world were ringing in the new year Monday night. Another historic event was unfolding about four billion miles from earth. Nasr's new horizon space probe flew past a tiny rock and space and that rock called MU. You sixty nine is the farthest object in the solar system that humankind has ever explored the probe will be sending back data and high resolution photos of MU sixty nine and it's a significant moment for space exploration at Emily rice is here to tell us all about it. She's a professor of Astro physics at the CUNY college of Staten Island and the graduate center and researcher at the American Museum of natural history. Emily, I can't think of anyone better to help us understand what this is all about. Thank you for joining us. Thanks for having me. So what is an music? There's a Little Rock immoral excited about it. Why? Yeah. Well, we're about to find out what it is. That's one of the great big mysteries. Is that this object? The full official name right now is twenty fourteen. I'm you sixty-nine because it was. Discovered in two thousand fourteen so it's one of these Kuyper belt objects that are out there at kind of towards the outer edge of the solar system. And there's a lot of unanswered questions about this part of the solar system. And so this object to happen to be on the way of new horizons, basically only slight trajectory shifts could get us really really close to it. And so it was picked to be the target for the extended mission, and it's had a successful fly by now, I'm no Astro physicist, obviously, but aren't there? Lots of rocks flying around that in space like why this one is. So why is this special this one so special just because of where it was basically there are lots of rocks flying around out in space, but still the vast majority of space is really really empty, even the Kuyper belt is much more massive than the Astro asteroid belt, which people might be more familiar with there's a lot more objects in the Kuyper belts, but still huge amounts of empty space in between them. So what kind of data was the new horizons? Satellite collecting like what were they looking for? And why do they get so excited when they saw you sixty nine there several instruments on the new horizon spacecraft do imaging and imaging spectroscopy. So the Spektr towns. Yeah does. But it's not it's like it's like a rainbow basically a rainbow a different wavelengths of light. And so the images is what really hits us. That's when we can see new images of outer solar system objects. We we go from fuzzy blob to a new world like we did when new horizons past Pluto, and and the Sharon system several years ago, and we have these new textbook images. Everything had to be rewritten. It was beautiful. And now, we're gonna get the same thing. But for a much much smaller object. So the images by themselves are going to be astounding. And those will give us a much better idea of the shape of the object, actually, whether it might be to objects right now, we think it's kind of like a peanut shape, and that peanut could actually be disconnected or could be a contact binary. We'll find out when the higher resolution data comes in. In. But the spectroscopy the kind of more detailed observations are going to tell us a little bit more about the composition of the surface of the object. And what will that tell us? If we know what it's made out of what does that tell you guys that can tell us about the formation of the object as well as the formation of the entire solar system because we really do think this is a relic of the formation of the solar system for and a half billion years ago when everything went bang when the when those solar system went Bank when the when the dust settled in the solar system is one of those little pieces of dust that may be potentially was there for billion
Nasa discussed on Sean Hannity
"Objects known as the Kuyper belt and after midnight eastern, the probe is due to fly past a floating. Nasa, scientists call ultimate dual the researchers don't know much about it. It wasn't even discovered when NASA launched new horizons in two thousand six, but it's expected to be a big rocky thing oddly shaped as if to big
"kuyper" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"News now. Good afternoon. I'm Dan Martin a former assistant prosecutor in western Michigan has been sentenced to a night in jail for a twenty sixteen crash. The crash led to the firing of a police Lieutenant and the suspension of two other officers accused of covering up the then prosecutors intoxication Josh Kuyper was also ordered Wednesday to serve more than a year of probation after a jury found him guilty of misdemeanor reckless driving. He apologized saying, quote, it's no fun. When you're on the other end Kuyper resigned after the crash a woman and two of her children are being mourned following a fire and a small mid Michigan community the fire burned early Tuesday at the home, and the Gladwin county community of Beaverton and a Republican led committee and Michigan's Senate has voted to make it harder to. Initiate ballot. Drives the Bill approved Wednesday would allow no more than fifteen percent of qualifying petition signatures to come from any one of Michigan's fourteen congressional districts and a new report by the us commission on civil rights finds that federal funding levels for native American tribes remain woefully inadequate fifteen years after the commission. I studied the issue. The report released today is a follow up to a two thousand three report that described the shortfalls as a quiet crisis. Funding has remained mostly flat leaving tribes unable to tackle climate change and epidemics of suicides.
Remembering Hank Greenwald, the gentleman humorist
"You're listening to the spoken edition of the San Francisco Chronicle. The San Francisco symphony proudly presents a new season of feature films with live orchestra featuring Jurassic Park law La Land, Mary Poppins and more. Visit SF symphony dot org slash film for details and information. Remembering Hank Greenwald, the gentlemen, humorist by Bruce tank ins, tracking hang Greenwald's broadcasting career is a bit like trying to identify every song ever performed by Bob Dylan. There's a new discovery around every corner Greenwald who died at eighty three on Monday covered. Syracuse football during the heyday of Ernie Davis Floyd little and Larry's uncle he was the voice of USF basketball for a spell in the nineteen seventies. He wants hosted a weekly forty Niners television show appearing one night in a helmet. So comically large it came down over his shoulders. And that was Hank. John Miller fondly recalled anything for a laugh, and then there was that visit Portland in nineteen sixty five. It was a western Hockey League trip covering the San Francisco seals against the Portland Bucker ruse and during a quick stop in Seattle Greenwald hap-. To meet a woman named Carla writer. They had a very innocent date and when Greenwald returned to Seattle three years later on a San Francisco warriors trip, they launched a relationship. He was such a gentleman Carla recalled this week, I think we went out three times before he kissed me. I said to myself my God, what's with this guy. The gentleman happen to be extremely funny and bound for glory in his profession. It was his wit. That really got me Carlo said, he always told me life with him would never be dull. And it certainly wasn't the two were engaged in nineteen seventy and Greenwald had big plans. He traveled to Australia the year before and fell in love with the country so much so that the two spent their honeymoon. They're back in San Francisco where they had a two bedroom. Two bath apartment on Nob hill for three hundred sixty five dollars a month. They arranged a return to Australia by freighter bay set sail on a sixty. Trip in June, nineteen Seventy-three with stops in Hong Kong and Malaysia. And quote, we were thinking of staying in Australia for good Carlos, Ed, but Hank founded difficult to get work, and we were both getting a little homesick. And by the time Douglas was born September nineteen seventy four we knew we'd be coming back. Doug grew up with his dad's passion for sports, especially baseball and next spring will be calling the Fresno grizzlies games in the Pacific coast league for the seventeenth year memo to major league baseball somebody get this man to the big leagues. He's that. Good life was more difficult with the greenwalds second child Kelly who was born with down syndrome. That's when Hank was at his best Carla said, he got me through the hard part with Kelly. There were times when I just wanted to throw in the towel with her. I just couldn't handle it. But Hank was right there. He told me from the day. She was born we are not giving up on this. Child to see Kelly today is to witness a person who has always been loved full of life. Enjoy as my colleague Henry showman described her this week and the family presses on without the man who joined the all time greats of the broadcasting business Dwayne Kuyper played four seasons with the giants after being traded from Cleveland and by the time of his retirement in nineteen eighty-five. He had a radio show on Ken Biard joining the giants broadcast team year later he had the good fortune of working with Greenwald. He was the perfect guy for me and Mike to learn the business Kuyper said this week, we were young energetic ballplayers coming off the field. And somehow he had to corral that energy and focus on making. Sure, we had a good broadcast. His preparation was. Unbelievable. He carried around little notebooks on each team filled with stuff he'd clip out of newspapers and scotch taped onto the page, and he felt that a true. Professional dresses that way, he wore a suit and tie every single day. Even if it was one hundred five degrees in Houston laughter invariably found its way into a Kuyper Greenwald booth. We were in Miami. And we heard these two deejays doing a spoof on the local broadcasters who constantly made mistakes and shrugged them off with the same. Catchphrase must have been the glare. I was just starting out on play by play doing a few innings before Hank took over. And I totally blew a call had the giants Willie McGee hitting a home run. When in fact, Jeffco nine caught it. So I'm trying to explain my way out of this. And I look over at hang and he's just shaking with laughter because he knows what he's gonna say must have been the glare. I'm sure the people at home wondered what was so damn funny. But Hank was laughing so hard I had to do the play by play the next inning. These are the moments that sustained Greenwald's memory and make it easier for everyone to excess. Such a great loss every night. You turn on the news. And it's a HP officer dying age twenty seven leaving behind three kids. Doug, Greenwald said or hearing about kids with cancer who don't live to age ten. This wasn't the case. My dad lived his dream doing major league baseball, even near the end listening to games on the radio. It brought him so much joy. He lived a full life. The San Francisco symphony proudly presents a new season of feature films with live orchestra featuring Jurassic Park. La La Land, Mary Poppins and more. Visit SF symphony dot org slash film for details and information.
"kuyper" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Okay. Ms Kuyper sorry about that. Couple on there. The camera in their room, you know. What's going on? Why did some people who wanted to visit New York City end up getting a long tour of Cleveland instead other mega bus broke down close. Got on the wrong flight. Greyhound bus broke down train train. Now, the bus driver got lost was. Yes, they and he got lost again. And again, the passenger a passenger on that greyhound bus says the driver trying to get to New York ended up being unable to get out of Cleveland driving in circles for several hours before finding his way back to the terminal where the misadventure began Aaron chew was the passenger. And he said that he and other passengers began asking the driver what is going on after they kept seeing the same Cleveland sites after leaving Tuesday rational hall of fame again. Eventually the driver fessed up to being lost and returned to the Cleveland terminal to ditch to passengers at the driver said were being disruptive choose as passengers wondered why the driver didn't have her use GPS and the bus arrived in New York Wednesday afternoon four and a half hours late. They said greyhound says it's investigating. All right. Sounds like they should be firing. That's pretty bad. A pop up restaurant don't take the bus anymore. Just because. It's just such a great way to travel sit super close to somebody. I know. Dirty seat. Yeah. You watch the weird parts of the country Wigan by. Yeah. Bathroom smell. Give me started at dinner time with your bathroom, smell, Jennifer cocker. Well, a pop up restaurant in Tokyo has just wrapped up a two week run of a menu featuring what type of meals. Moistening? No. Pop tarts. No. But did you ever put butter on a pop tart? It's so freaking good. I've heard you may think Brennan does that doesn't he? Yes. Yes. I would peanut butter on a pop tart without. Animal. Are you a jelly won a raspberry one? Good. I'm gonna say Tokyo, let's see the head. Take your teeth..
"kuyper" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Would it be possible to talk with you in December about what you might find? Or do you have to wait to do papers for the way the process works? We'll go there in November. We'll collect the data. It'll take us several weeks to a month to process the data from November. Then we're back there first of December, and we'll do the same thing. And so if we have found what we're looking for we will know it within a month or two of collecting those data, and then at that point will announce existence as soon as we can confirm. We will have found it. We'll go back to telescope and double check that. It's really there and then we'll announce its existence right away. We won't make the world. Wait, so January of twenty nine teen. It is possible that three years after twenty sixteen January when we did our first interview about it that you might be able to confirm it. It's possible. I'm always very optimistic Constantine batik, and my partner in all this is always much more pessimistic. And so, you know, you should take my optimism with a grain of salt, and then take his pessimism with a grain of salt. He thinks it'll take us another ten years. I think it'll take one year. So. Maybe that means still another three years, but I'm still very optimistic. So there you have it during right from the man who discovered this in terms of those perturbations of those half a dozen bodies that are all kind of gathered together out where the Kuyper Belden the or cloud in that area. And I think one of the most important parts of doing these research projects with the scientists is that I have no confusion about the fact that if there was something massive that was trying to move into our solar system. What is called the inner solar system from mercury the sun and mercury out to where now Neptune in urine us are. Because Pluto is been dumbed down to dwarf planet out in Kuyper belt that there's nothing that could be out coming this way. And massive that wouldn't be picked up. Up by everyone everywhere because gravity. That's that's the thing about gravity and mass. It would have impact on every single thing in the solar system. Absolutely. I would have loved those Zachariah sich into been alive to talk with the professor I wonder if he would have been able to convince him about that neighbor Nibiru. Well, I don't know how much time we have left, but I can start my own piece that I had a discussion face to face. I was Zachariah a navy. What I'll do is save that for conversations with Linda because it's really quite a story. Okay. We can do that too. But it's a great story. And it's really exciting. That e- even if he doesn't agree and some of the theories that are out there. The fact that there's this extra planet out there does echo what some of these people have said long before anybody even knew about this stuff. Well, the idea that there could be a massive planet. But when you read let's say about the end Inaki through scholars, and you do the translations that were carved in stone. And you look at the carvings one thing that always is confusing to me is he talked about twelve planet. But in the form there are eleven dot hold on right there. Let's come back. We'll finish that up in conversations. informed. Download the six eighty mobile phone app for your smartphone at W CVS The most powerful names and talk.
"kuyper" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Yes. This is brilliant, brilliant, brilliant that that in my opinion. My just my opinion and yours may differ. That's my favorite Dwayne Kuyper calls. My favorite giants call. I don't think I've heard anything crisper or sharper than that. That was. That right there James. Yes. If you owe crisper and all that for me. It's it's issue. Cow is Homer. Oh, God the walk. But there's still a better call for me. But leon. I actually have the same one is drew the Benito Santiago. Yeah. I just always remember how types voice just almost overwhelms the microphone he's so excited. And just so into the moment scream with them. Yeah. And you know. Hey back to this. Deep into that voice. And then brings it up. Yeah. Exactly. And just what a moment and what a call that. That's my favorite too. That's my favorite giants radio. Call ever know down man, the Gregor Block O one man Gregor Block O catch. Yes. Because I will never forget. I was Lee valley at the time. I'm up at whatever time, it was you know, that was that was. Late mid June night. And you know what? When cater pitch, I rarely missed a cane start just being a good friend. You know, like always being there for me and insurance Steph, I always watch this stuff and you get around the fifth inning. And you find out he's in a perfect game. And you rush home, you get there, and you watch the rest of the way, but the call for Gregor Block O and his diving catch and no like just knowing where he was you're going what L was he doing there? Oh my God. I mean at the point at that time, it was ten nothing giants against the Astros, and I thought onset locked in. Yes. And I ain't locked. I thought that ball. I swear to you. I thought that ball's going to bounce off the visa side. I really did. And just really quick. How could we forget about this one? Base running in the history of the game. Yeah. Well, there's another one by John Miller to is there now. Yeah. You know that one oh loves the play that one. Yes. The one that he was can wasn't the Ruben Rivera. No. That was it wasn't that one. But it was the one he was talking about you. Terrible base rings. Oh, no. Terrible decision decision. There you go. We gotta find that. Jank we have to find that at some point James's searching frantically for that. Because you just go to be Smith's archive. Go beezus Mary's number one played. And then let's it's it's called the fullest S all over Kevin. What a terrible decision by Kevin friends. You remember that play? Do you? Remember what happened? No. Because there's plenty of terrible place in my career sooner Odem, save bad, my friend. Yes, sir. So therefore, some pretty bad ass place to walk off Philly was that against the Mets. Yeah. Remember that long story who kicked you in the ass on the way, home goes pretty Galveston. Absolutely pinpoint right there right now. Cheeks Melville in middle. All right. You know, what if we could find that call Jiang's, let's do that for last. Call coming up next eight away kmby is the number of you have anything you want to say about your favorite chance card love to hear from you obviously gave one of the world's series at Fenway goes to the Boston Red Sox. They doubled up the dodgers. Eight to four is the final Jehovah Kevin FRANZ and come back with last call right here on the sports leader. Here comes swing. Big by his team. Lately, it seems like everything we use everyday is getting an upgrade from the bed. We sleep in to the razor we use when we wake up, but we've neglected one of the more impulsive products in a daily routine that old worn out toothbrush..
Kuyper Belt, NASA and Three Years discussed on On The Media
"Initial mission when I did a fly by Pluto three years ago. New horizons. New target is an object in what's called the Kuyper belt. The Kuyper belt is a disc shaped region of space that extends out more than two billion miles past the orbit of Neptune. It's filled with rocky icy objects. Astronomers don't know much about these objects. The first one was only discovered in nineteen ninety two. The one new horizons will study as it flies past is officially known as twenty fourteen MU sixty-nine, although NASA has nicknamed it. Ultimately the spacecraft will have
"kuyper" Discussed on AP News
"So-called Kuyper belts or twilight zone. The spacecraft is on track for a New Year's day. Fly by of a teeny frigid world dubbed ultima Thule e which is one billion miles beyond Pluto and four million miles from earth. Ridding the Korean peninsula of nuclear weapons might not happen as soon as secretary of state, Mike Pompeo, originally said it would but AP correspondent Warren Levinson reports Pompeo says the timetables always been flexible the secretary of state says when he put his name on a statement two weeks ago, the calls for the denuclearization of the Korean peninsula by January twenty twenty one he wasn't committing to that date with that fast. But we're not gonna play the time game. Mike Pompeo says the date was in a declaration that followed the inter-korean summit in Pyongyang. He insists he was just restating a possible time line that was discussed at that meeting Pompeo who is preparing for a trip to North Korea maintains the Trump administration has made more progress toward denuclearization than its predecessors. Did I'm Warren Levinson. General Motors and Honda are teaming up to produce self driving vehicles. Japan's Honda Motor company will invest two point seventy five billion dollars in the autonomous vehicle unit. Run by General Motors called GM cruise. The companies say the goal is to develop an. Autonomous vehicle that can be mass produced and sold around the world. The partnership comes as the main players in Thomas vehicles shift their focus from developing the technology to figuring out how to make the system safer and more affordable. Other partnerships include BMW with via Chrysler chip maker, Intel and visual recognition software, maker mobilize and German automaker. Daimler g with supplier Bosch to develop a Thomas taxis. FBI and cavenaugh, I'm Tim Maguire within AP news minute Senate as a confidential report from the FBI on the latest background check a supreme court nominee. Brad kavanagh. Protesters went to the supreme court and a pair of Senate office buildings today. Divorce their disapproval of Cavanaugh?.
"kuyper" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Win it. Chris davis. One Kuyper where the colored NBC California as the as beat the twins seventy six Bob Elwyn was asked about Davis saving the as in this one two balls like that that are hit like that the other way, you know, ended up going out. He's so strong uses lower-half. Well, but sometimes he loses his lower half like you're talking about and just kind of flicks it, and that means his hands and his forearms a pretty strong keeps until back just enough to drive it as skipper, Bob. Melvin. Meanwhile, the giants fell again this time in Saint Louis five to three pinch hitter. Matt Adams a clutch two out two run. Double in the eighth off. Tony Watson providing the margin of victory. Rockies ride for a much needed six to win over the Diamondbacks. CNN Arizona Colorado coming back nicely after a three game. Sweep at the hands of the dodgers. Who by the way were beaten by the Padres five to three Yuli gurriel a grand slam. A two run Homer a career high seven RBI's Astros clinched, a postseason berth routing. The angels eleven three Yankees out slugged the Orioles tend to eight Tabatha with the win. On the golf Tiger Woods at the top of the leaderboard after two rounds of the Wyndham championship in Atlanta after firing a two hundred sixty eight he's tied with Justin Rose two shots in front of Rory mcilroy. College football eleventh ranked Penn State scored five unanswered touchdowns in the fourth quarter and swamped Illinois sixty three to twenty four sports at fifteen and forty five on news one zero six nine AM, seven forty KCBS. Some.
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"Comes through Kuyper with call on NBC, California as used a bunch of relievers Blake trial and finished it off. Meanwhile, no help from the Red Sox Carlos Correa. Tiebreaking sacrifice. Fly that started at three run rally that was in the eighth inning Houston. One at six in a row beating the Red Sox at Fenway six to three Yankees kept the slumping Mariners down up in Seattle. Four to nothing Masahiro Tanaka ten strikeouts. Over eight innings of work tough night for the giants in Milwaukee score was tied to two in the seventh inning two men aboard. Tony Watson on the hill. The left-hander facing the dangerous first baseman. Hey, Susak, lar- agenda the gap. Score one for sure. Uh-huh. The back runner. He's going to score. The to walk eventually come in here and the seven comes up with a big hit twain Kuyper where the call at NBC bay area four to two Milwaukee wins. That one is the giants lose their sixth in a row Clayton Kershaw. Meanwhile, six solid innings of work is the dodgers moved half a game back in the Rockies with four to win in Denver Yasuko Puig. With a Homer in that one cardinal saddled with a five three loss to the Tigers. In Aaron Nola. Sharpen a Phillies win afford a three over the New York. Mets tennis Raphael to Dow's aching knee. Worst inner retire pushed one Martine del Potrero into the men's finals of the us. Open championships opposite Novak Djokovic yoga Mitch reaching his record tying eighth US open. Final beating kindness Corey Japan in straight-sets finally engulfed zander's show. Flea fired a six hundred sixty six game a two-shot lead over Justin Ross at the midway point of the BMW championship in Pennsylvania. Tiger Woods wet an eight-under-par sixty two in his opening round. Is now five off the pace after.
"kuyper" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Baseball on the radio Sunday baseball here in Cincinnati I'm doing, Kuyper along with giants manager through spoke, and I know that at times. Skipping you've done this a long. Time the game can be really frustrating And and I'm wondering As long, as you've done, this how do you how do you? Deal with, the frustration I mean do you look forward? To the next game do you look forward to make an out to line up the? Next day mean how how do? You, deal with it Well I mean we all deal with it in a different? Way I guess but for me Think of ways to shake this up to give out of, it we met, yesterday that I didn't go very well as you saw how the. Game, went but, you know even showed them some video hitters clued, themselves when. They're going well Right now, we're just driving the. Ball where I'm, hard time catching up with fastball button you do stay up at night you're thinking of something you can do today we shook up the lineup a little bit with BUSTER off we're leading off belt see how that goes but you know you have to remember that you're going to have the ups and downs, during the season and you gotta deal with it and, you'll be as positive as you can be because you don't want. This thing that can compound itself and acu walk around with your head down and just, try to keep, them upbeat tried to get him going to kick them in detail You do different things to. Try to shake it up so. It's like being a parent it is exactly. Really is I'm comparing it to that and and you know. Since you mentioned that, you know what else. Is important is, you know getting some leadership from within that clubhouse because you know if if the parent keeps getting on you is gonna go in one ear out the other after a while so you know at times unique guys to step up out there call guys out and and and tried to rally the troops to, to help out there so two coaches they help out And you know it's all about all of us trying to do something to win a ballgame I will visit more it's..
"kuyper" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Leader Welcome. Back. To Camby sports later beautiful day out in the bay area as you heard Dwayne Kuyper talking about on yeah Sitting in his own, house sitting at ground, ball in his house getting the. Last out as he did an. AT and t. the backflip saying this is my house but it is in your. House Anyway they got the win. So tonight the battle of bay continues? Is the six five. Start Bumgarner against k. hill one of five tomorrow Cueto against mnay and. Then the bridge trophy will present, it to one or the other what do you think of that vita I think it's great I can't wait, to see how this thing's going to play out in luckily I in the bay area both. Teams, are still in contention for, a shot in the play offs wildcard to play in. Game or whatever but it's it makes it. Makes me even. When I see the team play, each team plays well if you're just tuning in there's going to be fifty six thousand people there. Tonight the largest capacity crowd. Of, MLB this year. So please parking lots opened up at three, o'clock get your butts in, their early unless you want to sit, down eight eighty for a few hours take public transportation even better yeah that's, even better so should, be another good ball game tonight Place going? To be packed you're. Going to see orange and black green and gold it should be a. Fun time tonight a good ballgame, on tap and vita you got some coming up don't you buddy I.
"kuyper" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Coming up on kcbs officials in new york state president trump and his family used a charity as little more than a checkbook and now the sportsline baseball that's where we begin here's bruce baseball both the giants and as played and the giants desperate for a win today in miami they got it took him sixteen innings to pull out a six three win over the cellar dwelling marlins they did lose third baseman evan longoria though to a broken hand he was hit by a pitch at now a familiar name though from the giants recent glory days who came through with the big hit though in the top of the sixteenth inning is dwayne kuyper calls on nbc bay area right center field to score the third panda whether youtube you're in the sixty here who pablo sandoval getting the big call by dwayne kuyper getting the giants in the ledin probably he's gonna play a lot of third base over the next couple of months because that's how long longoria is going to probably have to be out he's gonna maybe have to have surgery on that hand giants are off the play the dodgers who are just red hot right now finally they've won nine of their last eleven games in oakland today as ran into a hot team best team in baseball this year the defending world series champion astros came to town wasn't a pretty sight for as fans as houston finished off a three game sweep with a seven three win justin verlander seven solid things struck out seven gave up just five minutes earned his tenth win won a game that gave the astros now a record of twenty six and eleven make that twenty seven and eleven of their last thirty eight games on the road but berliner says he's never comfortable when pitching yeah i mean there's no conference on to you know you're out there grinding for yourself and and and motivating yourself we only get one every five days to go out there and perform you know it's nice to have have your team hot and you just you just want to be the got to keep it going to run sports awesome it's fun to be a part of just kind of keeping the rhythm and.
"kuyper" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"Baby's gone line shot over the bullpen and into the seats that was glenn kuyper nbc sports california now at that point oakland had a five three lead the red sox cut it back to five to four top of the eighth inning chris davis came to the plate now here's the pitch it's on the way and it's a swing and a fly on a deep right lewke pets back that the track he will turn in watch it fly chris davis hits it out the other way and the is tickets six two four lead on davis third home run of this road trip already fm ninety five point seven game oakland on hang on a win this game six to five davis has thirteen rbi in his last ten games the mariners and the twins the mariners course getting terrible news on sunday robinson canot with a broken hand so the question was how are they going to respond well wait leblanc responded well swings right through it start wade leblanc strike three call its top zone thousand good pitch with like the cutter cut fastball eighty three miles an hour top of the strike zone at the hands spouse it right back to nato halts on to end the fifth strike three does your as a big time strikeout the fourth that i for block and so you had a compilation there from both the twins in the mariners television broadcasts the first voice you heard was that of dick bremmer wait long six any strengths northern runs the score was tied zero zero in the top of the eighth inning when this happened.
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"kuyper" Discussed on First Draft
"Yeah brought baker broadway baker kuyper nickname and all like flicking flacco whatever oh that was that was um oh yeah but but i've also heard rosen here too and it rosen would be a good fit and they kind of i don't know i've heard both so this one's a tough one for me yeah that's fine i mean who's going to sit there and be the ben rothlisberger this draft or the yeah the best quarterback goes last so you know of the group so we'll see you know sometimes let them pick and then you sit there and you get the guy so they wanna take a six foot and a half quarterback in the top three go right ahead and somebody's gonna end up doing pretty well so that's why i say the draft unfolds and some things happen and sometimes the best always go i sometimes the best go last so there you mel i talked to him something you're hearing instead of just instead of relying on everything pick happen we we hear a lot of stuff but it's all baloney i'll tell you this is misinformation week this bad information we tied you nobody's telling you what they really think so at the end of the day you sit back you laugh a little bit you chuckle a little bit and you you move on next year's prospects which i did last night mel i talked to jeff leg wound who covers the denver broncos for us at espn dot com just a little bit ago he he believes they're still at least a possibility that that number five pit could be for sale that they're listening might be willing to move out they liked case keenum they're not thinking that they have to draft a rookie quarterback they will be on the field for them in two thousand eighteen.
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"kuyper" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Strikes again embrace balls greatest rivalry join kuyper with my group go was the national anthem and then the lineups for the giants and the dodgers giant orange and dodger blue live from eighteen park these these san francisco china's well the storm has passed through the weather is absolutely beautiful here in san francisco and finally after a couple of days awaiting we've got some more james baseball for you it's the giants and the dodgers after the first rain out here in twelve years the giants dodgers will just play to this weekend today it's going to be chris stratton on the mound for the giants against the dodgers lefty richhill dave fleming along with john miller giants dodgers baseball on the radio hey baseball fans dave flemming here as we get ready for the first pitch of the twenty th season let's focus on what it takes to win if you want to succeed on the field or on the road you need the perfect combination of strength skills and smarts just look at the twenty eighteen ford explorer it has the capability to keep you in control no matter the conditions and the smart tactic keep you comfortable and connected plus enough room to take your whole family to the ballpark or to your next big adventure and there's the two thousand eighteen ford f one fifty under the hood the f one fifty has powerful and efficient available ecoboost engines plus behind the wheel you'll get a huge selection of innovative driver assist features put it all together and it's no surprise why the ford f one fifty is motor trends twenty eighteen truck of the year go online to buy ford now dot com to build and price the perfect ford for you then stop by your california ford dealer for a test drive today that's cal smart one home run away from history.
"kuyper" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN
"The way we're going twelve thirty so don't be upset thinking this is our last segment out there america twelve thirty eastern time don't don't start to think this is the end of the road for the week and you gotta wait another seven days no no no no no no we take you till twelve thirty eastern today why because we were asked to that's right we were asked to do that john barry caller segment to it's up to mike mike feeling another kuyper scholars okay john barry nba on espn radio going to join us fifteen minutes from now thunder and the rockets eighty see this is the problem i don't think people realize the urgency facing the oklahoma city thunder right now they're a game away from missing the playoffs at five and five their last ten games they they're very inconsistent all year being the playoff yes if they make it they do not like oh you and the turns you didn't the problem embarrass themselves once they were in and they did here's the problem through that thing away i don't know that i don't think so i think they'd be competitive with a playoff series against anybody but here's the issue there one game up on denver who's won four in a row k tonight there at houston monday there at miami then they have a home game against memphis but after watching the performance against golden state at a pleaded warriors team the other night i wouldn't count even the memphis game as a win so i'm a wee bit concerned here because as i'm watching denver and they're playing good basketball right now they have the clippers but then they have the blazers and they go to minnesota so that is a difficult stretch for them but i'm just like there's an issue here where we're concerned in thunder ville has it's time for straight talk brought to you by straight talk wireless best phones best networks no contracts i posted it on twitter one eight hundred flowers dot com twitter feed at espn dari if your lebron james where would you play next season.
"kuyper" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"The ncwa selection committee screwing it up under seating overseeing teams nobody's talking about mark entered the nc double a president it was all about action on the court today it was all about seeing a team like loyola what they were able to do having other teams how about north carolina greensboro how many brackets they almost ruined today we still can't believe that this shot did not go down when they had a chance to tie the game versus zaka rebound per kuyper thirteenth seconds unc t down three spit right wing jumps for three battled it out goodness it was online rebound god sega nfl by unc right down the barrel headed twine wouldn't fall for marvin smith ted lock this ball game he's got to be the sickest man in north carolina westwood ncw radio never with the call i'm thinking he should have gotten at least two points for the ball almost going down the road that's how close it was the people's brackets going completely completely the other way completely the other way the best part about today and hopefully we'll get the same thing tomorrow none of the nc double a fbi paying players not paying players coaches in trouble players in trouble that's for another day hopefully well into the future we all know better but at the same time it could happen that is exactly what it comes to the base and what's going to happen with college basketball at least we hope that is definitely definitely now going to be the case today was great to get away from all of that seeing the looks on peoples faces having their brackets busted seeing the looks on other people's faces knowing that their brackets are still intact like my producers shannon penn oh i'm sorry for what are we talking brackets.