37 Burst results for "Mars"

Fresh update on "mars" discussed on Morning News with Hal Jay & Brian Estridge

Morning News with Hal Jay & Brian Estridge

00:30 min | 10 min ago

Fresh update on "mars" discussed on Morning News with Hal Jay & Brian Estridge

"We're tracking the weather and traffic all morning Long house with the weekend trap. Tracking the tiger and Houston. How about them? Yeah, about that. And did they found it? And, uh, I just couldn't figure out why it took so long do that. Well, because people were hiding him. Uh, that's simply why's that is adding of I Is that against the law? Well, you know, I don't know The police were looking for me. Did you see the hand off by the way? India is the tiger's name, and when they handed it to the comet, it was like it was just a cat there. Houston police reporting that they were happy to report the scene Tiger in Houston was found. It appears to be unharmed. Yeah, just petting it giving it bottle, right? No. You know, it's Yeah. Is it fair to say the headline that they used In the Houston Houston Tiger found safety after terrorizing neighborhood Well, according to this, it looks like there's about a 14 year old girl feeding it a bottle, right? I don't know. I don't know that it was terrorizing the neighborhood. I mean, I guess any time there's a cat on the loose a big cannon lose. People are scared. Yeah, but I would go ahead. I said it did have a 10 piece Terrier nugget right with it. Yes. Uh, they said that since Monday of last week that Tiger's been passed around, they said 67, or eight times, two different locations in Houston. Do you mean passed around? They were denied it like this. They were hiding it. Boy. I did. I don't know if that's breaking a law or not. How does that phone call? Go? Hey, can you watch my tiger for a couple days? Just Yeah, just Hey, Just give us a look. We just need a little break here. Yeah. You know, we're kind of stressed out. He starts acting up. Scratch his belly. Exactly. Yeah, we'll bring his toys over. You know, stuff like that. Maybe that's how it goes. But at least he's in India has been found. I guess she has been found. So. All right. Good. So terrorized. Yes, no longer terrorizing the neighborhood. China has gotten there. They landed on Mars. How Italy says what they're claiming. I was totally shocked about this. I didn't note. I don't know China was was in that kind of position to do that. Yeah, but I, you know I guess they are. They say that the plans are for this Rover to stay there for a few days. On and that you'll see it roll out of the lander. Do some diagnostic testing before rolling down the ramp to explore an area it will join in American rover that arrived in February, so we will have two Rovers. Rolling around Mars. Now the Chinese when will get better gas mileage, But the Americans gonna American when will last longer and more luxurious without a doubt. So without a doubt. You know, I guess you could believe you eat. We're not gonna go. We're not gonna have space conflict are weak. Those are our reappear on Margo. This is our part of Mars. Well, it's not the one What do you mean? Nine years we've had nine successful landings on Mars since 1976. So it's 9 to 1. So they can't claim anything yet, but they're gonna have her like a rover cruise night or something. You know where she just kind of run, man lined up together? Yeah, right. So Well, have you seen the one from Mexico that landed Got hydraulics to rob Banks is up and down. It's pretty cool that the one with Dingle balls on the floor, All right. Very good. Very good. Yeah. So But.

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China Successfully Lands Rover on Mars

The Mortgage Radio Show

00:18 sec | 1 d ago

China Successfully Lands Rover on Mars

"China has joined the U. S on Mars. China's state media says it's Rover has successfully landed on the Red Planet, the rover named after the Chinese God of fire. Iran launched into space last July. The goal of the rover is to gather data from the surface and look for

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Fresh update on "mars" discussed on Houston's Morning News

Houston's Morning News

00:30 min | 13 min ago

Fresh update on "mars" discussed on Houston's Morning News

"To the different stages. And then once he settled in, there's a possibility to come out to the sanctuary for an in person visit. Yeah, no charges filed. Now it was Victor Cuevas, his wife, JIA. Who turned that Tiger over. It was in a deal made through the help of Linda Mac avail. What? The wife of mattress Mac. Now the Mack reveals own a little exotic animal shelter here locally, and they do know quiet this so they were able to work their friendship. Interesting. It is now 5 37. China landed a spacecraft on Mars for the first time. You think there's not a race? In space underway. It's the first time in its history. Of course, the U. S. Has already landed on Mars nine times since 1976 NASA on Mars right now, keeping the rover in the lander for a few days of diagnostic tests, they say. Don't know how close the Chinese vessel craft landed to it. They're gonna ultimately roll it back down the ramp, though, to explore an area of the red planet known as Utopia, Planitia. 37 is our time. It is a big day for the U. S Space force. United Launch alliance will be launching an Atlas five rocket today on contract with Space force. The rocket is carrying a ki satellite for a missile defense program called Space based Infrared System. Geosynchronous Earth orbit. This satellite launches the fifth and the program. The rocket launches from pad 41. At the Cape Canaveral space for Station in Broward County, Florida, Evan Brown Fox News, But you saw I'm sure Jimmy about the high ranking space force leader who was removed from his post. Because he was expressing alarm at Marxism entering our military forces. Well, and what do they do? They pulled the Marxist move right. Exactly. It is now 5 38 proof in the pudding her for the first time since Koven. We had a sold out arena in Houston 17,000 fans watching UFC 26 to a Toyota center Saturday night. I'm feeling good about that vaccinated and everything on I'm ready, man. I'm ready for life to come back to normal. You have the fan talking to our TV partner Channel to Stroh's say they will maximize capacity for their next home stand. What does that mean, though? What is capacity here under Alina Hidalgo? Is it 50% or 75%? Is it 100% Sounds like it was 100% for U. F C. Well, that was Toyota Center. Yeah. What is maximizing capacity for their next home? Stand begins a week from tomorrow. I guess we'll find out against the Dodgers. Toyota centers in the city just like minute Maid Park. So if you can sell it out for you have see you consulted out for baseball cancer. I don't know. You would think we'll see whether they decide to do it. Rach. It's finished their season with a 1 24 95 loss to the Hawks in Atlanta last night. They will finish.

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China Becomes Only Second Nation in History to Land a Rover on Mars

Masters in Business

00:19 sec | 1 d ago

China Becomes Only Second Nation in History to Land a Rover on Mars

"China is joining the U. S. On Mars. Chinese state media reports. The country became the second in history to land a rover on the Red Planet. The rover was launched into space last July. It's goal is together data from the Martian surface and look for signs of life. NASA's Perseverance Rover touched down on Mars back in February.

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Bill Maher Tests Positive for COVID-19

Dailycast News

00:27 sec | 2 d ago

Bill Maher Tests Positive for COVID-19

"Bill maher from. Hbo's real time with bill. Maher tested positive for covid. Nineteen this week. Bill tested positive during weekly staff. Pcr testing for covert the show announced. He has fully vaccinated and as a result is a symptomatic and feels fine. Due to mars positive test result. The show's taping scheduled for friday was cancelled. And we'll be rescheduled. The show said bill. Maher sounds more concerned with missing his show than testing positive for covid nineteen

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ADHD with Dani Donovan

Mental Illness Happy Hour

02:23 min | 3 d ago

ADHD with Dani Donovan

"When did adhd. I come on your radar. And i love that. We're talking about. Adhd and not combining adhd with add. Because i think a lot of times they get lumped together. And i think it's important to to talk about the differences in fact maybe we could. We could start there with some of the differences between. Add adhd add is actually a term that is no longer being used In the dsm or anything it's adhd with hyperactivity or without arm so adhd or add was formerly known as is now called adhd without hyperactivity which is a mouthful. But i didn't. I didn't use to say no that either 'cause i definitely have people in my life. Who had been diagnosed with. Add and so. It's just one of the many. Jose tidbits that i have been learning because this is like a process for me to of self-discovery 'cause i don't have. I love psych in high school in college but My training is a visual communication design. So i do really get to learn so much myself. And about your. adhd general. But i can that was like a little side tangent. But like i can talk about the differences between the two kind of types if that might be useful so our and then combined type which is what i have and so adhd with hyperactivity not just has hyperactivity which can look different. Depending on the person for boys it might be a little mar- you know obvious which is why guys tend to get diagnosed younger because they might be the kid running over the place and climbing on stuff at the rest to climb on constantly fidgeting sort of thing and girls get missed a lot who might even have hyperactive type like because we tend to be much more. Chatty we're like very chatty distracting other people with like wanting to talk constantly fidgeting with our hair and it's it's a little more subtle ways that you wouldn't necessarily think of hyperactivity

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Bill Maher Taping Canceled After Host's Positive COVID Test

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 3 d ago

Bill Maher Taping Canceled After Host's Positive COVID Test

"A popular TV host is tested positive for the corona virus this week's edition of bill Maher's weekly show real time has been canceled this after the host tested positive for covert nineteen H. B. O. says Mar is a symptomatic and feels fine the network also says the host had been fully vaccinated HBO says Maher was tested as part of the weekly protocol for those working on real time and that no one else was found to have tested positive such testing is a standard practice these days for both talent and crew on TV and movie productions H. B. O. says the taping will be rescheduled I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Late Night TV, Politics, and Donald Trump

Behind the Desk: The Story of Late Night

01:55 min | 4 d ago

Late Night TV, Politics, and Donald Trump

"Behind the desk the story of late night is sponsored by noon. Donald trump was winning. He was winning all the counties that at he was winning the electoral college. I remember thinking. Wow it's real now. That moment for me was when the daily show with. Trevor noah started a lot. That was new started at that moment. An avalanche of politically charged humor came tumbling down late night television because no public figure since the start of late night in the nineteen fifties at ever ignited that combination of comedy inspiration and pure rage that donald trump did when he descended an escalator and ascended to the presidency. I'm bill carter and this is behind the desk. The story of late night in this edition. We're going to talk about. How late night got in a lather over. Donald trump and politics always attuned to whatever issues were dominating. The news with the president like this late night. Comedy found a new political gear full throttle and trump humor pretty much dan the late night landscape this morning. Donald trump asserted executive privilege over the mall. Report executive privilege of course is actually trumps favorite privilege right after a white male and mar-a-lago handicap bathroom was. You might expect. Trump has been tweeting a lot today. And you can tell. He's getting word because one of his post said they're finding biden votes all over the place in pennsylvania wisconsin and michigan so bad for our country. Do they're not finding votes. They're counting them briefly over the weekend. People started to notice that his hair is suddenly now white. it's completely white. The carpet now matches the supremacy

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Current and Future Trends of Conversational AI

The Future is Spoken

01:49 min | 5 d ago

Current and Future Trends of Conversational AI

"Welcome to the future to spoken today. I have already special guest with me. Brit kinsella people. Who don't know bread. He is the founder and ceo of voice dot. Ai and weisbart is a leading research analysis company focusing more on voice fake industry. That's right yes your voice. Ai wasted yeah. We'll come. how are you doing today. i'm doing very well. Thanks shumur so why. Don't you tell our audience a little bit about yourself your background and how did you get into the industry shirt by accident. I've worked in new technologies since the mid nineties but wasn't necessarily looking to get into voice. I've been looking at a. I but frankly a friend of mine had founded a company and was looking for some assistance. So i started helping them out and then wound up becoming pretty significant mar matta my effort for several years and this was round voice interactive advertising. So the idea is with your phone. When you're listening to music or the radio or something you interact with the ads that come up or not without having to take it out of your pocket and all these other pieces which are these other steps that entr introduced friction and so voice interactivities so the prompt and then we'll just respond with your voice. Seems like a very logical thing to do But in practice a lot more complicated than you would think. Because you have to have microphones permission you have to then be able to essentially have a speech recognition system and then some nfl. You in the background at least at a basic level in order to be able to do that and so i've been doing that for several years and during that period of time amazon echo came out which was interesting and that company that i'd been helping out through some friends decided to spend more time in that

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Elon Musk Makes His 'SNL' Debut

WSJ Tech News Briefing

01:31 min | Last week

Elon Musk Makes His 'SNL' Debut

"Over the weekend elon. Musk the ceo of tesla and spacex at snl host to his resume to any one of offended. I just want to say i. Reinvented electric cars. And i'm sending people to mars rocketship. Did you think. I was also going to be a normal dude. So what happens. When an iconoclastic tech entrepreneur and one of the world's richest people hosts a sketch comedy. Show let's turn to our tesla reporter. Rebecca elliott find out. Hey rebecca good to talk to you again manda. Thanks for having me. So i just wanna come right out and acknowledge here you and i are talking on a show called tech news briefing. It is not normal. That an appearance on saturday night live would give us something to talk about. Yeah it's definitely unusual. Snl typically taps entertainers to host the show. There are a handful of business people who have done so in the past including the late george steinbrenner who on the new york yankees for president. Donald trump hosted twice Including in two thousand fifteen when he was vying to be the republican nominee for the white house. We don't know at this point. Exactly how the hosting gig came together but elon. Musk has a super wide audience. This was the first time that snl expanded viewership and had live streaming internationally. And so you know. He certainly brought a lot of attention to the show.

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No Shrooms on Mars, Just Misinformation

Kottke Ride Home

02:00 min | Last week

No Shrooms on Mars, Just Misinformation

"Yesterday. there was a bit of excitement online about a new paper. Claiming fun guy had been found growing on the surface of mars. The news really made the rounds buoy. Perhaps by reddit co founder. Alexis hannigan tweeting out one of the articles on it and tagging elon. Musk sane quote just think hashtag space shrooms are gonna be intense af and quotes but sadly the whole thing was a bunch of crap. Basically just the latest in a long line of one particular hacks attempts to get his pseudoscience hogwash published in legitimate journals so the claim that was actually published in the journal advances in microbiology and included co-authors from harvard smithsonian center for astrophysics george mason university and other institutions. That should know better. Was that images taken by. Nasr's rovers on mars as well as its reconnaissance. Orbiter high-rise camera show several fungus like organisms. And that they believe the images show fungus because quoting the paper. Fungi thrive in radiation intense environments and quotes and quoting from future ism. The team went so far. As to say that black fungi. Bacteria like specimens also appeared atop the rovers. They didn't stop there. The team also examined photos taken by nasa's high rise and found evidence for amorphous specimens within a crevice that change shape and location than disappeared. It is well established that a variety of terrestrial organisms survive. Mars like conditions. The team concludes given the likelihood earth has been seeding mars with life and life has been repeatedly transferred between worlds. It would be surprising if there was no life on mars. The team argues that these martian life forms would have evolved on an already be adapted to the low temperatures intermittent availability of water. Low amounts of free oxygen and high levels of radiation and quotes.

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Troubles Pile up Ahead of Ethiopia's First Polls Under Abiy

BBC Newsday

02:06 min | Last week

Troubles Pile up Ahead of Ethiopia's First Polls Under Abiy

"Tens of millions are expected to vote in critical national polls in June. They'll be the first parliamentary elections since Prime minister at the Cabinet came to power three years ago. The BBC's Calculon you, Belle tell looks ahead. What the elections mean for Africa's second most populous nation. Maybe he's just come. Pains are gearing up and voting day is fast approaching. It's an election marred with controversy long before its season began. It was supposed to be held last year when the pandemic hit. It was rescheduled. Delay amplified tensions between the federal government and the other leaders. Off progressed. It Ushering in a disastrous conflict. Now it's six months. 1.7 million people are food different. Thousands of Children have been separated from their families. At the time. Political elites integrate accused the prime minister of attempting to stay in power illegally and help their own regional election which the government in at this intern deemed unlawful. In other parts of the country. Violent incidents have continued to claim civilian lives, disrupting the electoral process. In the most populous cystic or MIA, two major opposition parties are not running concerns over on a better violence in the absence off some key opposition groups prompted some, including a number of U. S senators to call for Paul's to be rescheduled again. Meanwhile, the European Union has canceled plans to send election observers next month. It couldn't agree with the Japan authorities over the perimeters off its mission. The government, however, size up holding elections are instrumental for upholding democracy. Democrats in Daytona guff, everyone competing parties, the public. The government have to work with a great sense of responsibility so that democracy is not aborted so that there's no turning back from the journey was started from which we saw a glimmer of hope those of us Ethiopians who do not wish to see a kind of

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SpaceX Completes First Successful Rocket Launch and Landing

Todd Schnitt

00:14 sec | Last week

SpaceX Completes First Successful Rocket Launch and Landing

"Another test flight of its Rockets starship from the southeastern tip of Texas. It traveled nearly six miles before descending. It was the fifth high altitude test flight of the ship that owner Elon Musk plans to use to send people to the moon and Mars.

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Urban Meyer Really Believes Tim Tebow Can Help Jacksonville

KNBR Tonight

00:36 sec | Last week

Urban Meyer Really Believes Tim Tebow Can Help Jacksonville

"Believes Tim Tebow could make the team Give me one thought on Tim Tebow. Why? I mean, I The only reason that this is happening is because every Mars the head coach of the Jacks with Jaguars in urban Meyer was not to the National Football League. Tim Tebow would not be entertaining anything like this, so if he wants have a chance to play a new position. Play for a man that if he could adopt him, Tebow, he would when it comes to urban Meyer, but that's my one thought. Why Tim Tebow? Why?

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Mars Helicopter Gets New Mission

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:16 sec | 2 weeks ago

Mars Helicopter Gets New Mission

"Little. Mars helicopter has gotten a reprieve instead of wrapping up flight tests at the beginning of may nasr's giving its ingenuity helicopter at least another month to tackle tough new terrain and serve as a scout fourth companion rover. Perseverance officials announced that flight extension today.

NASA's Ingenuity Helicopter to Begin New Demonstration Phase

Jesse Kelly

00:16 sec | 2 weeks ago

NASA's Ingenuity Helicopter to Begin New Demonstration Phase

"Little Mars helicopter has gotten a reprieve. Instead of wrapping up flight tests at the beginning of May. NASA's giving its ingenuity helicopter at least another month to tackle tough new terrain. And servers. The scout fourth Companion Rover Perseverance, officials announced that flight extension today

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The Latest: India sets record of 386,000 daily virus cases

AP News Radio

00:59 min | 2 weeks ago

The Latest: India sets record of 386,000 daily virus cases

"India has set another global record with over three hundred and eighty six thousand cases in one day according to Johns Hopkins University as thousands across the nation mourned their loved ones the health ministry reported in you said to death bringing the total to two hundred and eight thousand one relative outside a hospital in Maratha bad was inconsolable after hearing of the death of his brother okay bit because there weren't enough oxygen supplies to keep him alive another man Rajat Kumar Singh said his father passed away in the hospital when I read that in the ward my father's dead body was lying back one else what had happened there was no one to inform us and later when I spoke to a nurse that she told me that they ran out of oxygen supply in the morning as well as oxygen shortages in just pandemic response has been marred by insufficient data an online appeal signed by over three hundred and fifty scientists almost the government to release data about the sequencing of virus variants I'm Karen Chama

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Astronaut Michael Collins, Apollo 11 Pilot, Dead of Cancer

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 2 weeks ago

Astronaut Michael Collins, Apollo 11 Pilot, Dead of Cancer

"NASA says Michael Collins has died he was ninety Collins made history on Apollo eleven Neil Armstrong was the first to set foot on the moon buzz Aldrin was with him Michael Collins was back in the command module speaking in twenty nineteen Colin says he'd always been asked wasn't I the loneliest person and the whole lonely history of the whole lonely solar system when I was by myself and that lonely orbit and the answer was no Michael Collins like going to the moon but I want to go direct to Mars his family says Michael Collins had been fighting cancer I'm at Donahue

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Ingenuity Flies on Mars

Airplane Geeks Podcast

01:40 min | 2 weeks ago

Ingenuity Flies on Mars

"Rabbi like this This headline in flying magazine ingenuity becomes the first aircraft to fly on another planet that means the aircraft from earth to fly on another planet correct. Okay picky picky picky. Other people liked the title. I'm i'm sorry if you're unhappy. I didn't get your memo. It's so no i. I really thought it was nice. That they when the copter flew What did it go. I think one up to three feet so a meter three time three meters the first flight three meters the first flight okay But did the last very long no just thirty seconds. It will hovered for thirty seconds and the total flight was thirty. Nine seconds. well great. So what do you need me for now. But i really thought this was pretty cool. That they They attached a A piece of the original wright brothers flyer to the machine and So when it took off it was also i and i. I wonder how many people really thought about it that way. I mean if this had been nine hundred sixty nine again when they first landed on the moon and people went insane. It's one thing. But i bet a lot of people didn't even know what was going on that. That's always a shame because they put so much work into into making this thing go And but it it. Each flight has gotten a little longer.

How Automation Can Create a Better Future of Work

HumAIn Podcast

02:28 min | Last month

How Automation Can Create a Better Future of Work

"Thanks so much for joining us on the show. Thanks for having me. David them happy to be here. Well i'd love to tee up for audience where you are today with your startup. You've been scaling up. Very involved with enterprises very involve product releases and this movement is exciting. I'm really interested to hear that as someone who's an educator and developer to see that there's exciting tools out there to build and make products so can you share with our audience. About what tonkin does today. oh yeah absolutely. I think you touched any important point. There duncan We raised a round right before the garona pandemic it's so Of twenty twenty in being going rapidly since. It's very exciting time for us. Duncan is almost five years now. And so i like to say that i've been singing the same song for five years in you know it wasn't the same market as it was five years ago which is a great thing for us in. I think you touched on the important point. What does it mean to enable more people to use software. And what impact would that have own enterprises in business in everyone's life. I think that's what we're all about. It's been amazing to see in the last decade how this movement that started perhaps with companies like your has now grown into these verticals of mar tech and sales tack and building for anyone. What inspired your growth and tonkin to scale. I think the biggest moment for me. It was actually my previous jobs before. Starting talking i was engieering in a public company public softer company in had the opportunity to grow my team quite rapidly join cuisine and gritting their from on handful of people to over one hundred fifty people until so really doing very couple years. Maybe when you think about the challenges that comes with growing operations there's internal challenges and then there's the external oranges of working with parliament and in really walking across different processes. Now i'm a software guy. I've been writing coaches. I was standing result kind of thing in so for me. It software should always be the solution right. Always the first bush to go to an even though we had all those great tools in place and you know the top. Crm's in the top medium project management tools in like most companies.

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"mars" Discussed on Gadget Lab Podcast

Gadget Lab Podcast

02:55 min | 2 months ago

"mars" Discussed on Gadget Lab Podcast

"Space human beings aren't going to live in space. There's no place to so i know do you. Do you need a mars. Outpost to learn how human beings live on mars outpost. The gravity is a lot less. It's not like in mars in the movies. People don't kind of bounce around but actually years and years and years ago road. The the vomit comet the nasa airplane that does the parabolic arcs and that at the top of them. There's free fall so that you feel what it's like to be in zero It's the vomit. Comet is appropriately named and but also they can they can adjust the the shape of the parabola to simulate different kinds of free fall so they do a couple of arcs. They did when when i did it. They did an arc. That was the moon in an arc. That was mars and it doesn't feel like just walking around so even just being there will be quite uncomfortable. I guess you get used to it. I mean people stay on the s for your more but but it's it's not would not be easy living. You can't grow food that soil. You have to take all that with here. You have to take the tv dinners that astronauts So the inside of that early station would look a lot more like a space station than it would look like the lars family evaporator farm on tattooing at least initially. All right. adam last question for you. Would you go to mars at this point in my life. Though it pains me to say. I probably would not. Why why is this point in your life. Different from any other point in your life because i have responsibilities to other humans here on the ground. You mean like credit card debt. Whoa whoa you mean. I could get out of that if i go to know. That'd be the one thing that works calms will be like no. You're bill showed up its online billing so you can i mean i mean that i think that the The risk of that trip for a very long time even from now even when we start to send humans. The risk of that triple be so high that i feel strongly that like no i i have a family here and i i i want that to be to be a priority. I think in think my partner probably would do it though. Not because not because not because she feels differently about this but because it's mars because she is compelled like it's like yeah but no. That's that's the thing you get that chance. You take and i understand that too i do. I've seen it on the. It looks great. I mean. I'm not the only one watching those old ninety science fiction shows in my house. That's a family thing right. Well i look forward to her life. Instagram posts as should be a great astronaut. All right let's take a break and then we'll come back with recommendations and a special guest for recommendations.

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"mars" Discussed on American Innovations

American Innovations

05:32 min | 4 months ago

"mars" Discussed on American Innovations

"A journey to another planet a man mission to mars has this colleagues cheer and clap. Zubin throws his head back and smiles widely. Finally the gauntlet has been thrown. America is going to send humans to mars. That's what he's wanted ever since he was a small child in brooklyn watching the very astronauts being honored today as they stepped onto the surface of the moon. It's the dream that inspired him to quit his job as a science teacher and go back to school to get his masters in engineering like many people he thinks nasa has lost much of its intrepid. Spirit maybe now. Finally it will have the resources to do what it's supposed to explore outer space and zuber can't wait to do his part with. Martin marietta inside nasa. The mood is very different. The president's mandate isn't reawakening anyone's exploratory spirit nasa administrators only. See a politician setting overly ambitious ambitious goal with no appreciation of how hard it will be to actually pull it off. They've already got their hands full working on space station freedom permanently crude station that will orbit earth in the future. Freedom will become a repair station for satellites and a laboratory for experiments on the long term effects of space. The logistics of developing. It had been difficult sucking up. Nasr's time and manpower. The space station is already nasr's most ambitious project in decades since nineteen seventy when the apollo program ended no manned missions have gone beyond low earth orbit a distance twelve hundred miles above earth. Mars is thirty three million miles away. The administrators grudgingly begin work. Kind of plan to pull off president bush's vision three months later on november twentieth nineteen ninety. Nine nasa publishes a report called the ninety day. Study on human exploration of the moon and mars. It lays out a complex thirty year strategy for getting humans to mars. The plan calls for tripling the size of the space station. Developing new rockets to launch from the space station to the moon building lunar base and then developing another set of new rockets to launch from the moon to mark's. It's an ambitious plan counting for every contingency and utilizing almost every major piece of technology. Nasa is currently developing. But what gets congress's attention is price tag. Four hundred fifty billion dollars. Though nasa plans for the money to be spread out over thirty years the sticker shock gets hard. It would be the largest single expenditure in. Us history other than world war two concerned about the deficit and a worsening economy. Congress refuses to authorize the spending nasa's manned mission to mars is grounded before it can even get started.

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"mars" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

Houston We Have a Podcast

01:32 min | 4 months ago

"mars" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

"The way that everything looks what are going to going to be some of our first things that we notice stepping onto the martian surface. Mars is the one of the most earth like planets and the first thing. I think that everyone would notice is just how similar it seems The you know the mars day is is almost the same as an earth day. Only thirty seven minutes longer The year is quite a lot longer but the Axial tilt of mars is really really similar to the earth. So that's the thing that gives us our seasons so so any on any spot on mars you're gonna have you're going to be in a summer or winter or something like that and And so it's gonna look just just a lot similar to of the biggest differences that you're going to notice right away is the gravity and the atmosphere. The gravity is about a third of of of what on earth. And and so that would i mean. No one really knows what that exactly is going to be like. But i imagine it's not quite looking like when you're bouncing around on the moon if you've seen the video of the astronauts on the men But i think you would still have quite a spring in your step The biggest the biggest difference is definitely the atmosphere atmosphere on. Mars is very very thin And and so you need to have a base food.

"mars" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

02:46 min | 11 months ago

"mars" Discussed on TechStuff

"Level of precision to to ensure the health of anyone who's living on one of these colonies, not to say that it can't be done, but when you are doing this on another planet. That's already essentially trying to kill you. It's a really really tough challenge. The way the way of seeing it described his that it's. It's not so much. That at a certain point. You're never going to get the dirt completely separated from your living quarters, and so it's almost more of a of a. what can we do to combat the issues that the state is going to cause some sort of chemical scrubbing process could make this inert or some kind of medical process that we can act upon the poor human people that are out there because it's GonNa. It's GonNa Affect them right right to to to even think that we could create a system that would negate all of this is probably being a little, too. You definitely can't just assume because as soon as you do. Then tragedy can strike. well, there are other challenges as well. Not just the dirt of there's also radiation, and before you get the planet. Yeah, because a journey to is going to take months. And that's because the way that Mars and earth line up. You have to figure out the right trajectory to launch to get from Earth or even Earth's orbit. To Mars in the most efficient way possible so when the curiosity rover launched now if you were to look at the closest point between wall when Earth and Mars were closest together, if you were somehow able to maintain that distance and go from Earth to Mars. It might take you a few months to get there. It took us over more than I think like eight months to get. There might say well. Why is that so well? It's because we can't get those plans to stop moving. They keep going around the sun. is moving through space itself. So what you're talking about is trying to create a trajectory. That's the most efficient pathway between Earth and Mars. And it's not A. It's not a straight line because you can't do that, you know you would end up being where Mars was as opposed to where it is, so you have to actually aim for where Mars will be so. That means that your journey through space is going to take some time. If if you did it. At the speed of light, it would be fourteen minutes right. We cannot go at the speed of light, so it's going to take months to get there and The downside of that is that spaced has got some nasty radiation out there that can kill you. So if the vacuums not bad enough, the radiation is is worse so unearth. We are very well protected. In fact, one of the reasons why we have life as we know it here on our planet is because their plan has two things really helping us out. One is the atmosphere.

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"mars" Discussed on NASACast Audio

NASACast Audio

15:14 min | 1 year ago

"mars" Discussed on NASACast Audio

"Scientists engineers astronauts all to let you know what's going on in the world of human spaceflight we have nearly twenty years of continuous human presence on the International Space Station. That's nearly twenty years of studying the human body understanding systems and fine-tuning operations for how to conduct human spaceflight missions not to mention the decades of human spaceflight missions and experienced before that a lot has changed over time based on what we've learned a lot of questions have come up that are important to understanding how things will change when traveling to Mars. You might think that's a lot of experience already. So why don't we just go to Mars? It's hard to imagine. Just how hard Mars is. It requires near absolute perfection and any deviation may be a risk to the safety of the humans on board or the success of the mission so the question is are we ready. You can even ask. How ready are we? Luckily we have an organization right here at the NASA Johnson Space Center and all across the agency looking at what we have and what we need to make Mars mission successful Michelle Rucker is a Mars. Integration lead at Johnson Space Center for the Mars Integration Group. A team that spans across all of NASA. She's a thirty-three year veteran of NASA joining in the aftermath of the space shuttle Challenger accident and supporting the investigation by conducting booster material tests and analysis. She has participated in a range of exciting projects such as the International Space Station. Environmental Control and life support systems hyper impact research spacesuit and spacewalking tools space station exercise equipment system engineering and Orion crew exploration vehicle testing and verification. She currently leads. The Mars. Integration Group developing crude Mars mission concepts. She holds two patents and has authored numerous technical publications so on today's podcast. Michelle goes over the details of what we know what we have what we need and how. Nasa's artist program That will establish sustainable. Human presence on the moon will help inform and fine tune the ideal mission structure for a Mars mission. And I hope you like this topic because there's going to be a lot more this month kicks off monthly episodes that are all about a Mars mission. And we'll call it to Mars monthly over the next few months or maybe even the next year we'll dive deep into the various elements. We discussed today with Michelle so here. We go preparing for a human mission to Mars with Michelle Rucker Enjoy County owners have the.

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"mars" Discussed on SPACE NEWS POD

SPACE NEWS POD

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"mars" Discussed on SPACE NEWS POD

"Let's talk about something really cool. The Mars helicopter Amar. Okay. So a helicopter on Mars. This is the sounds like science fiction, that sounds like something from like a nineteen fifties scifi movie where like martians land on the earth. In they take over, but the us helicopter. So, you know, something crazy, like a Mars helicopter. Okay. So let's talk about that for a second. So on the Mars twenty twenty mission, there's a helicopter right, there will be launching a helicopter to Mars during the March twenty twenty mission and the aim of this helicopter is a test the feasability of flying heavier than air vehicles through the atmosphere on the red planet. It just passed some really important tests. It is now moving into the final stages of preparation ahead of the July. Twenty twenty Mars launch, and this isn't a big helicopter. It's four pounds so easily lift it up in your hands, but it's going to be flying to Mars in the twenty twenty mission in, it'll be deployed once the Rover sets down in Mars Jazirah crater. And that's supposed to happen on February. Eighteenth of? Twenty twenty one and it's going to take, you know, numerous months to get to Mars from earth in the helicopter will also have a camera on board in. Also used solar power to get the job done. So this camera that doesn't have any sensors or anything. I mean the the helicopter has empty censor is ready thing like that. It's just to do the flight test. That's it, it's only there to see if it's possible to fly a helicopter on Mars. That's all it's gonna

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"mars" Discussed on The Unexplainable Disappearance of Mars Patel

The Unexplainable Disappearance of Mars Patel

05:24 min | 2 years ago

"mars" Discussed on The Unexplainable Disappearance of Mars Patel

"And now you're here. Yes. Where's Jonas Jonas wasn't able to get away from his parents? It's just us. Oh, too bad. We could've used this help getting cross the island. Not really what do you mean? I mean, we're not here to go to prep with you. You're not now we're here to stop you from going, but I won the bet. And that's why we came tonight because a deal's a deal. But this is all wrong Mars wrong like veggies. Nachos wrong. What's wrong about trying to find the truth about where I am? And how I got here and how could trying to find catty be wrong because it's messing up here. Life marce. You have everything a great apartment could creates a successful. Mom, who loves you, a dad who's a world famous billionaire, and most importantly, you have us. What about where I came from? I know it was real. I saw droning. Let's go home ours. It's creepy here. It's starting to feel that way. What am I call your mom? No. I'm not going home. I'm going to prep. Where's the ferry? There's no very Marce. There never was one. Yes. There was it had a hologram Oliver Pruitt and let it go. There's ferry we can take a little both last time. I know you weren't there arose. But we borrowed this rowboat that was tied up. It's over Marce. This fantasy is over fantasy. That's the same word pick used. Can we leave Morris? It's really dark and I'm getting scared. You know, what guys are right? I'm sorry. I scared you pick since the code red. I've been all over the place, but I'm done. Really? Yeah. I won't pull you guys to any more of my fantasies. Let's all get our bikes net. Home finally making you lead the way JP what's the road. What are you doing stay away? You're making a mistake. I don't know what's gotten into you guys have to do. I have to find out the fruit and fine Coty. Would it hurt me? Right. Those are friends say look like my friends. They don't. Like my friends. His current going the wrong way. No motorboat. They're coming. KP? To help you. What did I believe come on faster faster? Don't make this on yourself. Leap be alot. Best friends. Let us hope stay away. Stay. Rony? What are you doing? What's going on this lace? Catty mars. Yes. Just caddy. I hear you. Best robot ever dot com. Ex-?.

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"mars" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

04:56 min | 2 years ago

"mars" Discussed on TechStuff

"Next. I want to talk about Mars direct. This is a plan that was developed by Dr Robert Xueren and Zuber's plan would allow humans to not just travel to Mars, but the comeback from Mars. So this is not a one way trip situation to do. So we would have to develop methods to manufacture rocket fuel from the Tirias on Mars, particularly materials that are found in Mars's atmosphere, and he advocates using Martian soil and minerals in it for construction materials, which could be problematic with the perchlorate issue. And like the Mars one plan he feels that would be important to extract water from the Martian soil to support life. But unlike the Mars one plan, he goes into a lot more detail about his ideas and has a lot more scholarship to back him up on many of his plans. So in the Mars direct plan the initial. Dan. The first step was to send an unmanned spacecraft called the earth return vehicle to Mars. So essentially, you're putting the the return ship onto Marzieh's surface. That's your first step and not only would it be the spacecraft. It would also the the payload would also include a Rover that would be able to travel on the surface of Mars and do mission parameters are fulfil mission parameters, I should say, and then the nuclear reactors that the Mars colony would use to process materials to generate rocket fuel. And the idea would be that between the Rover these nuclear reactors, and the return vehicle you would be able to process enough material to fully fuel they return vehicle and have it rained ago. So that day one when you land on Mars, you've already got your return ticket ready. So that was the first part of the plan, then you would have a second. Trip or he would send two payloads. One would be a second earth return vehicle or E R V, and another would be a habitat module that would be a place where people would actually live and a few astronauts along the way as well. The initial plan was to send four and that way, you would never have a situation where anyone would be alone. People can travel in pairs, the astronauts would spend about a year and a half on Mars before jumping into one of the ER vs and returning home, or maybe, you know, both necessary. But that would give them plenty of time to work on Mars to start setting up the colony and to get things really prepared for future trips. And while they would be returning home, a new crew and new ER vs and new habitat units could be traveling back toward Mars because this taking advantage of that same launch window. We talked about earlier, and so you would be. Adding more and more habitat units and earth return vehicles to the surface of Mars. This would keep up a cycle that would allow astronauts to explore more and more of the planet, and eventually start linking those hab units together to create a larger colony that could be sustainable and his plan really depends upon us making the most out of the materials that are available on Mars as barren as Mars is. There are a lot of ways that we could potentially exploited the material there to create a colony and including things like extracting that water from the soil. So it's a lot of living off the land kind of mentality as much as we possibly could. Now, unlike Mars won the Mars direct plan is just a proposal. It's not a project that's being run by a nonprofit that has a four profit element that supposed to hate all the money. That's what Mars one is doing Mars. Direct isn't it's more of an idea a strategy. That's advocated by zoo grin, and the Mars society. It is not an active organization that's taking investments in the supposed- effort to send people to Mars Zuber has proposed it to NASA. And after some initial criticisms about the plan. He went back and made some changes to his approach. One of those changes became the Mars semi direct approach, which would put the earth return vehicle. Not on the surface of Mars, the rather inserted into the orbit around Mars. So the earth return vehicle, the return ticket home would be in orbit around Mars and on Mars you had put a different vehicle called the Mars ascent vehicle. And it's only job would be to launch a crew off the surface of Mars into Martian orbit where Denic could run day view with the ER v that was already out in orbit Astra..

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"mars" Discussed on The Unexplainable Disappearance of Mars Patel

The Unexplainable Disappearance of Mars Patel

06:34 min | 3 years ago

"mars" Discussed on The Unexplainable Disappearance of Mars Patel

"Toothpick. All feeling at the moment. What is p. thinking about. That kind of thing. And yes, I know this is just underneath the. Out credits, the credits that role at the end of end of show end of and if you listen to a lot of shows a lot of movies, take the time to sit in the theatre little bit longer and listened to the music they play at the end because oftentimes those are the things that the composer spent the most amount of love on because. Well, they figured that everybody's just going to get up and leave. But listen to how beautiful what Shawn's written here. So for me, this is one of the nice moments and for me as the person that chooses the music and where goes on the show. This makes me very happy. When I listen to this. Sorta says job, well, done guys. Really, really nice work. And so what I wanna do, I'm going to give Sean call out in Los Angeles and we're going to bring him on. He's gonna talk a little bit about this, and then I'm gonna let a whole bunch of music place that you and your family can sort of listen to it wherever you are maybe driving a car. And can kind of enjoy it from front to back with just maybe some of the stuff you've recognized from the show. Some will be short. Some will be longer some stuff you haven't heard because a lot of the times us not the entire piece of the piece of music that we composed and then at the very end all play the themes again. So it's kind of a way for you to sort of have a little bit of extended listening to the Potomac in maybe a way you haven't before. So let me get on the phone here in dall- Sean, see what he has to say. Hello, there he is. Are you there you know, working hard you getting back into the swing things after your vacation -solutely. Well, I just wanted to give you a ring. You know, we are recording live here a little thing for the Mars Patel. Listeners, young and old, and I want them to meet the man. The one of the two people have already met me behind the music, Mars Patel. So it was great. So we have been sitting here talking about, I've been going on and on about underscoring and what that might mean. And if you're sort of a young person, what that might mean in terms of listening for it in in TV shows and movies, and I thought I wanted to hear you talk a little bit about that and see see what your take on it is and and sort of what to listen for. Well, that's it's a broad topic, but it's a fun one that it's interesting and I, I've been thinking about Mars, you know what Mars overall meant. To me with you, asking me to be part of the show and it's it was it's unique in my particular experience because I'm used to working with images that you see versus the kind of images that you don't see. Right? Those those ones, the non image. It's actually funny because what what I think that you guys have done so well with Mars and telling the story is you do get this unbelievable mental picture of what's going on without actually seeing something on screen. And this is the part of this for me that I find fascinating. It's like reading a book. It's like being told to you, you picture your own images and where that differs from what I do regularly, which is writing music for moving pictures. I'm trying to employ the same techniques and being inspired by an image and right to the moving image with Mars. It's all about the story and you're writing with the image that you're that you are creating yourself as listener and whether there's an actual picture or a mental picture, it's all about supporting story. Music almost becomes a little more important without the picture does. It's really all about listening. So you're, you're hearing a story being told and music is, and the way the way that you you produce the shows and mixed. The show's music is very much a voice very much, especially marris's become somewhat of a character for the very signature sound. I think that we came up with for the show. You know, I picked out one great. Example that I really loved and it was it was this this music of one of your cues that you wrote that played behind the end credits on the show, and I talked a little bit about how that just, you know, mates music can even make somebody reading credits, sound good, you know. But I also there's this other key that I really love and happens in season two. And I don't wanna give anything away for people that haven't listened to the show, but there's a scene in the second season where catty is sort of given up that moment where like she thinks all is lost and there's this great q. with with a violin. That's just a single held note, and it holds for quite a long time before the sort of emotional music comes in here limit. Let me play it for you right now. I'll play it for everybody right now so they can hear about and we'll chat about it. So

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"mars" Discussed on The Unexplainable Disappearance of Mars Patel

The Unexplainable Disappearance of Mars Patel

09:08 min | 3 years ago

"mars" Discussed on The Unexplainable Disappearance of Mars Patel

"The music of Mars Patel. Everybody's Chris, Terry. I'm one of the co-creators Mars Patel and the guy that's behind the music as it were, and we get a lot of questions. A lot of requests for people who enjoy the Mars Patel music, and I can't tell you how great that makes me feel as a musician. I've been a musician most of my life and it's just so exciting to hear that not only the story which is so wonderful to create an and. See so many people enjoy, but also the fact that that they think that the music sort of also worked so well with the story and we thought it'd be really fun in your long. Wait for season three. If maybe we did a lap zone here on the sort of behind the scenes behind the music behind the Mars Patel music and maybe tell you a little bit about it. Maybe tell you how some of it was created and then sort of let maybe some of the clips play from some of the seasons, two seasons and hopefully will you know, help bridge that gap between season two and the wait for season three. We're in the middle of writing season three rate now my partners. So there's myself. David cries, Christman Benjamin Strauss, and Jenny Turner hall, and the four of us together created the show and and create these stories and everything that you've come to love Mars Patel. So it's very exciting for us. Yes, hopefully. This is a little bit of fun. And what I wanna do is kind of explain a couple of the key songs that that that are featured on Mars Patel. Also be able to sort of let a lot of plow. So you have a way of playing it in one sort of big chunk. This podcast is not a CD so us no. Individual tracks. I was trying to figure out the best way to do this. And I thought we sort of do it. As kind of learning experience, but then also great listening experience. So this is the music of Mars Patel with out any of the Mars Patel stuff. So. Bliss, I guess the best best way is just to just jump in and start with the original theme. So I'm gonna play that for you. Now, the original theme from season one, and then I'll give you a little backstory behind it here. It is. So there it is. That's the original theme from season one of Mars Patel. And when I sat down to write it, we were not very far in the production part of the show. I think we had maybe come up with the first couple episodes and maybe written a little bit of the story. But I as a musician, I should say a little bit about my background. I'm a, you know, a bass player in a writer, been a musician for most of my life and writing always sort of taking a bit of a behind the scenes thing for me. And so when it came time to do more Patel, it was sort of a great meeting of two things that I love to do, which is tell stories, right stories, gray stories on also do music. So I've got a little bit of background doing some music for film TV and also other things. But mainly I'm a jazz bass player and have a bunch of albums out under my own name, that kind of thing. So I wanted to sort of come up. With a theme that would maybe inspire us a little bit to sort of come up with the sound of the show, like, what would it sound like? And I sat down and wrote that piece that you just heard, played bass on it. The rest of it is programmed with the exception of the violin which is played by a really great friend of mine who lives around the corner from me names Zach, Brock, you can look him up really great famous violinist and he came over to my house and I had written the theme and he just played it and that was that was very simple. Like a lot of things as I'm sure most of, you know, when you're creating something, I mean, maybe you're maybe you've done some art projects or whatever you do maybe did something in school. You know, for the adults out there, we all know what it's like to sort of create something. And sometimes the best stuff happens sort of by accident. I would have to say that that theme was kind of one of those things. I didn't really know what I wanted it to sound like. And so you sort of have to ask the question. Does the theme come and in the show comes or does, or do they work together or just one inspire the other? And it's always. An interesting thing when you're creating something from nothing and in that was that was that listening to it now, it's interesting to me because it does have that kind of really rough, indie sort of sound very done quickly. I think maybe took me a day. And when it came time for season two after March Patel had become somewhat of success. I wanted to redo it and I wanted to sort of up the game a little bit and make it sound a little bit more like it's suited the the success of the show. So I went back and a lot of the music in Mars Patel is written by myself or my writing partner and longtime friend named Sean Pierce who we're going to hear from an a bit. He lives in LA. I live in New York and we call right a lot of the stuff. He writes a lot of the incidental music. You hear behind the show and I did the themes. So it's a great collaboration. We've collaborated on many projects, many albums for years and years and years and Mars Patel just happened to be this thing that you know he, he does a lot of work in film and TV, so fluid to LA Los Angeles and. We sat down and we worked on sort of coming up with new version of the theme. And if you listen closely, you'll hear it's the exact same baseline. I don't know if if you guys out there if you're old enough to sort of understand what the baseline is, it's like a guitar. It plays a lot lower, and it only has a few four strings instead of six. So what we did is we we needed to be the same length. So we kept the exact baseline. I didn't actually play anything new and then recreated the song all around it. So you'll hear me singing there. There's a voice now instead of violin doing the melody like that. So let me play it free. Now you'll see if you can hear the differences peering back toback Rio. So

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"mars" Discussed on I Need My Space

I Need My Space

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"mars" Discussed on I Need My Space

"It's just hard to be a person. I love that. I think when we when we talk about colonizing Mars, I think we like to imagine that the people who go in the first wave will be like heroes and really good people, but you've seen kind of firsthand that that's not always the case. They're still they're still people with their own problems. So has this changed your feelings about colonization? I don't think this has changed my feelings about colonization on Mars. I think as I thought about colonization on Mars though, and about how people are selected and who's going to be doing the selecting like I do have worries, you know, but I think those worries are more about, well, if this becomes a commercial enterprise are the first people to colonize Mars going to be just all rich people. How is that going to work. You know the the human questions about colonizing Mars. It's not just from the high seas experiment, but it's just from sort of thinking in terms of humanity and like how we treat each other and what the real implications are of picking people and sending them. There's, there's just a lot of human factors that I think aren't being very seriously discussed at this point when people talk about like Ilan, mosque and those things, you know, they're usually not talking about, well, how are these people are going to be selected issues of gender class, race, all of that stuff is just not coming up that much. So I mean, I do worry a lot about that. Would you send these people to call an. I send these people on is Mars. I don't know that these people would go. I think these people are pretty sick of each other the most part, but maybe re scrambled, you know, with different different groups, I think maybe, yeah. Change your opinion of whether or not you'd go to Mars? Yeah. I think it has solidified my opinion a bit. I think it has defied my opinion that I would not go to Mars, although I think it's great for people to go to Mars. I think that there's so much on earth that I'm interested in and and that is so important to me..

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"mars" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

Houston We Have a Podcast

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"mars" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

"Imagining mike and star wars like luke skywalker his house at that the big little don tatta made of that yeah on tattoo he made that it look like sand so yes like making like a sando yet so you need something like that uh because again you know like when we went to the moon the lunar lander was i forget put it all i as i recall like paperthin ray thicket wasn't a long duration uh or they weren't said they were planning on staying there for a long time say on mars if you're going to stay there for like a year and a half um which is generally mission architecture says about six months a trip to mars to get to mars a year and a half on the surface six months back so if you're going to spend a year and a half on the surface of mars you need to do something to shield yourself from radiation when she get there definitely so um in the moving the marsh and there was a severe duststorm yes i understand that's when really happen correct show and this is so i i gotta say though because it no not a knock against anywhere at all when he was at jesse a couple years ago uh he gave a presentation and and said okay before you guys ask any questions i know that they die storm was in real estate used brought it very nervous about his audience he's like the as no i associate said you know uh i wanted to write a book about kind of like robinson caruso on mars and i had to do something to get him strand there right so the dust storm is not realistic because mars as atmospheric pressure again is less than 1 percent of the earth a earth's atmospheric pressure so even when you have very fast wins they're not very strong so you could have like a 100 mile an hour gusts and it'll feel like less of a less than ten mile an hour wind on the surface.

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"mars" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

Houston We Have a Podcast

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"mars" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

"Uh then we had a robotic arm to dig down its found that depending on exactly where we dug between four and 15th centimeters deep we found this uh ice layer where in a couple of places it looked like it was almost pure water ace and most of the area that we uncovered was ice cemented soil so you could imagine taking a dish full of dirt adding water to it and throwing it in the freezer an at these temperatures are at the mars martian temperatures that i was talking about earlier it's as hard as concrete but just a hard to dig then proud yeah so we could dig into that the best we could do we could kind of scrape along the surface in it and collect what we scrape but we also had a drill um that could drill about a centimeter into the ice in and we'd collect the the uh the tailings okay but to get back to the human expiration point so one day i am on mars were digging with the phoenix lander a and so what you do ray say okay dig here and then dump here uh so dig in this area that we define and the dump often some other area on the surface right on on that yeah all on the surface okay so the um the the the arm is digging and it goes to dump and it just so happened to choose a path between the dig location in the dump location that there was a rock in between at that wasn't a big rock media was you don't maybe eight to ten centimeters across not a huge rock on but so on like the very first group and it was supposed to be it's supposed to scoop for a while on the various first kubik it's grabs a scoop of dirt hits the rock.

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"mars" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

Houston We Have a Podcast

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"mars" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

"So i just had this kind of walked into this great opportunity of getting involved in an actual mars mission as a as a graduate student and just loved working on mars love the the mission operations aspect of it in one of the most exciting times in my life has been that the twotimes when i've been able to remotely witness of robot a robot landing on mars and just the the absolute thrill that that is the the you know ten to fifteen minutes of okay this is ed this is gonna you know everything everything comes down to this moment and then the thrill of seeing the first pictures from these landing sites that no one has ever seen before like it has just added absolutely amazing experience to see these pictures coming in for the first time from another planet and just having that feeling of discovery and exploration i can imagine because n having you have such a passion forces he pursued so far you know getting a phd end in planetary science you know being fascinated with planets and then being able to work hotter are you know learn from a robot that was actually on the surface an of another planet your dad is crazy that is awesome um so that makes me think why so you know you're your specialty is mars and that is a huge part of nasr's journey to mars right we we really wanna put boots on yeah but why that planet you know they're obviously we have we have venus we have uh you know titans looks pretty cool enceladus him you know what what what is it about mars that so intriguing so as far as the boots it all kind of comes back down to the boots on the ground aspect that you're talking about like titan in enceladus are very interesting places europa others other really cool places in the solar system a including if you're looking for for life outside of earth there's other places that you can go look.

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"mars" Discussed on NASACast Audio

NASACast Audio

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"mars" Discussed on NASACast Audio

"Imagining mike and star wars like luke skywalker his house at that the big little don tatta made of that yeah on tattoo he made that it look like sand so yes like making like a sando yet so you need something like that uh because again you know like when we went to the moon the lunar lander was i forget put it all i as i recall like paperthin ray thicket wasn't a long duration uh or they weren't said they were planning on staying there for a long time say on mars if you're going to stay there for like a year and a half um which is generally mission architecture says about six months a trip to mars to get to mars a year and a half on the surface six months back so if you're going to spend a year and a half on the surface of mars you need to do something to shield yourself from radiation when she get there definitely so um in the moving the marsh and there was a severe duststorm yes i understand that's when really happen correct show and this is so i i gotta say though because it no not a knock against anywhere at all when he was at jesse a couple years ago uh he gave a presentation and and said okay before you guys ask any questions i know that they die storm was in real estate used brought it very nervous about his audience he's like the as no i associate said you know uh i wanted to write a book about kind of like robinson caruso on mars and i had to do something to get him strand there right so the dust storm is not realistic because mars as atmospheric pressure again is less than 1 percent of the earth a earth's atmospheric pressure so even when you have very fast wins they're not very strong so you could have like a 100 mile an hour gusts and it'll feel like less of a less than ten mile an hour wind on the surface.

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"mars" Discussed on NASACast Audio

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01:39 min | 3 years ago

"mars" Discussed on NASACast Audio

"Uh then we had a robotic arm to dig down its found that depending on exactly where we dug between four and 15th centimeters deep we found this uh ice layer where in a couple of places it looked like it was almost pure water ace and most of the area that we uncovered was ice cemented soil so you could imagine taking a dish full of dirt adding water to it and throwing it in the freezer an at these temperatures are at the mars martian temperatures that i was talking about earlier it's as hard as concrete but just a hard to dig then proud yeah so we could dig into that the best we could do we could kind of scrape along the surface in it and collect what we scrape but we also had a drill um that could drill about a centimeter into the ice in and we'd collect the the uh the tailings okay but to get back to the human expiration point so one day i am on mars were digging with the phoenix lander a and so what you do ray say okay dig here and then dump here uh so dig in this area that we define and the dump often some other area on the surface right on on that yeah all on the surface okay so the um the the the arm is digging and it goes to dump and it just so happened to choose a path between the dig location in the dump location that there was a rock in between at that wasn't a big rock media was you don't maybe eight to ten centimeters across not a huge rock on but so on like the very first group and it was supposed to be it's supposed to scoop for a while on the various first kubik it's grabs a scoop of dirt hits the rock.

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"mars" Discussed on NASACast Audio

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01:56 min | 3 years ago

"mars" Discussed on NASACast Audio

"So i just had this kind of walked into this great opportunity of getting involved in an actual mars mission as a as a graduate student and just loved working on mars love the the mission operations aspect of it in one of the most exciting times in my life has been that the twotimes when i've been able to remotely witness of robot a robot landing on mars and just the the absolute thrill that that is the the you know ten to fifteen minutes of okay this is ed this is gonna you know everything everything comes down to this moment and then the thrill of seeing the first pictures from these landing sites that no one has ever seen before like it has just added absolutely amazing experience to see these pictures coming in for the first time from another planet and just having that feeling of discovery and exploration i can imagine because n having you have such a passion forces he pursued so far you know getting a phd end in planetary science you know being fascinated with planets and then being able to work hotter are you know learn from a robot that was actually on the surface an of another planet your dad is crazy that is awesome um so that makes me think why so you know you're your specialty is mars and that is a huge part of nasr's journey to mars right we we really wanna put boots on yeah but why that planet you know they're obviously we have we have venus we have uh you know titans looks pretty cool enceladus him you know what what what is it about mars that so intriguing so as far as the boots it all kind of comes back down to the boots on the ground aspect that you're talking about like titan in enceladus are very interesting places europa others other really cool places in the solar system a including if you're looking for for life outside of earth there's other places that you can go look.

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