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Software Fix Planned for Mars Helicopter
"The wait continues. NASA still has high hopes to fly a helicopter. On Mars. NASA says it's put off the ingenuity helicopters first Martian flight while engineers test its software. The agency says they discovered a problem during a preflight test last Friday. They want to make sure everything is all set before flying the $80 million craft. Jet Propulsion Lab engineers say the fix is pretty straightforward, but it takes time. Make sure the software will indeed work and then send it up to Mars. They hope to have a new flight date announced next week.
NASA Develops High Tech Rover For Space Exploration
"As astronauts plan to work on the moon or mars they need to think about how to move from place to place and how to take essentials like food water and air with them. This is innovation now bringing you. Stories of revolutionary ideas emerging technologies in the people behind the concepts that shape the future to reduce the number of items needed to land on the moon or mars. Nasa has combined a home and vehicle into a single rover complete with breathable air. Much like an rv. The pressurized rover will contain everything. Astronauts need to live and work on the surface. The crew can wear comfortable clothes inside the rover they can drive the rover tens of miles from their base or drive it to the spacecraft. That will eventually take them back to space for the return trip home. When astronauts encounter interesting locations they can put on their hi tech space suits to exit the rover and collect samples and conduct science. Experiments and artists astronauts on the moon will help refined designs for a martian rover to make it the best home on wheels on any
There Is Now the first ever video of NASA landing a rover on Mars
"On Thursday, NASA landed its rover perseverance on Mars on the jet zero crater. Yesterday, they're released video from the Rovers Descent. Here's how it sounded from Mission control. When that happened last week, we're starting this straighten up and fly right maneuver where the spacecraft will jettison the entry balance masses in preparation for parachute deploy and to roll over to give the radar a better look at the ground. You can see the rovers parachute expanding as the craft decelerates. Al Chin is part of the perseverance mission and explained just how much power was behind that dissent gets launched out of the spacecraft with a mortar, which is basically a cannon with the muzzle velocity and run 100 miles an hour. And the spacecraft itself was going about 1000 miles an hour. This point going about 1.75 times. The speed of sound, so gentle landing was not guaranteed. As the rover rocketed toward the dull pink pockmarked surface of Mars. NASA staffers held their breath a flurry of dust as it got closer. And then success touchdown confirmed that it is carefully on the surface of Mars ready to begin speaking the sands of past life. Such a cool moment, There are six small cameras on the rover. One shows perseverance rolling through Mars is rocky terrain. It's located high on the rovers mast. It also helps with driving, and there are two microphones on the spacecraft, so there's just a bit of audio. Which is awesome. It sounds like the heartbeat of Mars. Yeah, And next comes the effort to find signs of past life. The mission for perseverance will persevere. For about 687 Earth days.
After a memorable 2020, NASA welcomes the New Year
"From discoveries that help us better understand earth two missions that help a stretch. What we know about the universe. Nasa has had a memorable year. This is innovation now bringing you stories behind the ideas that shaped future. In twenty twenty spacex falcon nine and crew. Dragon became the first commercial system in history to be certified by nasa for human spaceflight and marked the return of american astronauts launching to the international space station in american rockets from us soil. In spite of the work from home situation nasa successfully launched the mars twenty twenty mission which sent the perseverance rover and its companion helicopter ingenuity on their way to mars nasa science missions continued to uncover new discoveries about this planet. We call home including a better understanding of when hurricanes develop or the impact of sea level. Rise twenty twenty has been challenging year but among those challenges have been reminders that together we remain strong so as the year comes to a close all of us at innovation. Now wanna wish each of you. A new year filled with health happiness and memories. you won't
NASA: A Home on Wheels
"To reduce the number of items needed to land on the moon or Mars. NASA has combined a home and vehicle into a single rover complete with breathable air. Much like an RV, the pressurized rover will contain everything astronauts need to live and work on the surface. The crew can wear comfortable clothes inside the rover. They can drive the rover tens of miles from their base or drive it to the spacecraft that will eventually take them back to space for the return trip home. When astronauts encounter interesting locations, they can put on their hi tech space suits to exit the rover and collect samples and conduct science experiments and artists. Astronauts on the moon will help refined designs for a Martian rover to make it the best home on wheels on any world
Mars Astronauts Could Tote Inflatable Heat Shield to Ease Landings
"The largest rover we've landed on Mars is about the size of a car, but sending humans to Mars will require a much bigger spacecraft and that means new technologies to lend the payload. This is innovation. Now, bringing you stories of revolutionary ideas, emerging technologies and the people behind the concepts that shape the future to land astronauts on Mars NASA is working on an inflatable heat shield that would take up less space in a rocket than a rigid heat shield, but still survive the intense heat as the spacecraft enters. The atmosphere of Mars, here's Josh Foti a thermal engineer at NASA Langley. Research Center. It's an inflatable heat shield that is meant to safely land. A large payload at Mars someday, and that requires a flexible thermal protection system, flexible heat shield, and this technology had to be developed from scratch here in our intention is to apply technology and test methodology expertise that we've developed here at NASA Langley during last twelve or thirteen years, we're going through seventy, eight, thousand, ninety different materials, and we're screening material combinations, and we're figuring out what works what doesn't this inflatable heat shield would expand and inflate before entering the atmosphere allowing heavier spacecraft to approach the surface and land safely in an area astronauts went to explore
Astronomy from Mars: NASA's Curiosity Rover Snaps Images
"Occasionally. Even Nastase Curiosity rover stops to gaze at the stars. This is innovation. Now, bringing you stories behind the ideas that shave our future it was the two, thousand, seven, hundred, eighty, four, th day, or soul on Mars. NASA's curiosity rover aimed its mast cameras skyward about seventy five minutes. After sunset the purpose of the brief I session was to gauge the twilight brightness during this time of the year on Mars, there's more dust in the air to reflect sunlight making it particularly bright similar to bright twilights on earth after large volcanic eruptions on this particular evening the dust in the Martian. Atmosphere was thick enough that not even moderately bright stars were visible, but a to image twilight. Panorama reveals earth in one frame and Venus in the other both planets appear as mere pinpoints of light in the distance since landing in two thousand twelve, the rover has captured Blue Martian sunsets, passing asteroids and images of Mars two moons, Phobos, and Dimas as they transited across the sun and the images captured by curiosity make astronomers here on earth long for a chance at stargazing for months
Inside NASA's new Mars rover concept vehicle
"As astronauts plan to work on the Moon or Mars. They need to think about how to move from place to place and how to take essentials like food, water and air with them. This is innovation. Now bringing you stories of revolutionary ideas, emerging technologies, and the people behind the concepts that shape the future to reduce the number of items needed to land on the moon or Mars. NASA has combined a home and vehicle into a single rover complete with breathable air. Much like an RV, the pressurized rover will contain everything astronauts need to live and work on the surface. The crew can wear comfortable clothes inside the rover. They can drive the rover tens of miles from their base or drive it to the spacecraft that will eventually take them back to space for the return trip home. When astronauts encounter interesting locations, they can put on their hi tech space suits to exit the rover and collect samples and conduct science experiments and artists. Astronauts on the moon will help refined designs for a Martian rover to make it the best home on wheels on any world
China launches mission to Mars: NASA's Perseverance rover
"Of all goes his plan Masses next Mars Rover will rocket into space this week. The Perseverance Rover is about the size of a car. It's the centerpiece of NASA's $2.7 billion Mars 2020 mission. Perseverance will hitch a ride on an alliance Atlas V Rocket, which is scheduled to launch from Cape Canaveral in Florida on Thursday. If bad weather scuttles the launch mission control can regroup and try again as long as they successfully launched by August 15th any later than that, and they need to wait more than two years for Earth and Mars to properly align in their
NASA Developing Inflatable Heat Shield Technologies to Send Humans to Mars
"Largest rover we've landed on. Mars is about the size of a car, but sending humans to Mars will require a much bigger spacecraft, and that means new technologies to lend the payload. This is innovation now bringing you stories of revolutionary ideas, emerging technologies, and the people behind the concepts that shape the future to land astronauts on Mars NASA is working on an inflatable heat shield that would take up less space in a rocket than a rigid heat shield, but still survive the intense heat as the spacecraft enters the atmosphere of Mars. Here's Josh Cody a thermal engineer at NASA Langley Research Center. It's an inflatable heat shield that is meant to safely land a large. Large payload at Mars someday, and that requires a flexible thermal protection system, flexible heat shield, and this technology had to be developed from scratch here in our intention is to apply technology and test methodology expertise that we've developed here at NASA Langley during last twelve or thirteen years. We're going through seventy, eight, thousand ninety different materials, and we're screening material combinations, and we're figuring out what works what doesn't this inflatable heat shield would expand and inflate before entering the atmosphere, allowing heavier spacecraft to approach the surface and land safely in an area, astronauts went to explore
"mars nasa" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Seen it survives without sunlight deep in the heart under world so they called it the feast or the devil that's where were my ones if they in fact the first warm you found was in something like that yeah using an endo school camera they were the first two films this deep inside the earth crossed this is the devil warms home before this no one thought animal life could exist this would be he made a big discovery for me it is big because for me personally I had to fight quite a lot of people to be able to do this on a personal level that was the biggest victory for me and the total grand scheme of things it struck the World because the world is just they were surprised to find other living creatures to so many they call them a zoo across station about one sixty fourth of an inch an arthropod a flatworm and single so bacteria it's set off a storm of speculation about where else extreme life might exist perhaps even on Mars NASA help fund their research if there is life here in the deep then you should definitely take on mas because if life was effective you will find some life form I believe very strongly still months so the Martians we meet in the future could be these single cell organisms are missing that would be the interesting about yes and it I think that would be the most likely but be prepared to be surprised I would say south Africa's gold mines are now so deep they might as well be on another planet I'm not sure that we really want to sing human beings much.
A 'Mole' Isn't Digging Mars: NASA Engineers Are Trying To Find Out Why
"There is a mole on Mars that's making NASA engineers tear their hair out NPR's Joe Palca explains why no they haven't discovered a small insectivorous mammal on Mars the mall we're talking about is a scientific instrument carried on NASA's insight probe that landed on Mars a year ago the malls designed to measure heat flow coming out of the interior of Mars Troy Hudson is insights instrument system engineer the mall has a pointy tip and an internal hammer that works like a kind of pile driver to pound them all into the ground the frustrations began last February when the mall started downward it was supposed to go down sixteen feet instead it got stuck after fourteen inches Hudson says he and his team decided the problem was related to bouncing just like a gun recoils when you fire at the mall recoiled ever so slightly every time the hammer tried to drive it into the ground so instead of going down it bounced in place engineers thought they might be able to prevent the bouncing if they use the scoop on insights robotic arm to press against the mall as it hammered they tried that in October and it worked for the first time in eight months we have definite forward progress that was about six weeks ago but Hudson New a problem was coming eventually the top of the mall would be flush with the Martian surface and there would be nothing for this group to press against so they came up with a new plan we moved to this group over to a different position nearby and pushed hard on the soil hoping that that would transfer force to the mall through the soil rather than directly in late October they sent instructions for insights camera to record what happened Hudson says he was horrified when he saw the pictures I was very distraught the mall had backed almost half way out of the hole Hudson is pretty sure he knows what happened without the arm pressing the moles to artid bouncing again and when it does that loose soil in front of the mall can infiltrate in front of the tip filling up the space that occurs whenever it bounces and the just bounce bounce bounce bounce and more material fills in and it ends up backing out of the ground Hudson says they're confident they can use the scoop press technique to get them all back down to where
A 'Mole' Isn't Digging Mars: NASA Engineers Are Trying To Find Out Why
"There is a mole on Mars that's making NASA engineers tear their hair out and here is Joe Palca explains why no they haven't discovered a small insectivorous mammal on Mars the mall we're talking about is a scientific instrument carried on NASA's insight probe that landed on Mars a year ago the malls designed to measure heat flow coming out of the interior of Mars Troy Hudson is insights instrument system engineer the mall has a pointy tip and an internal hammer that works like a kind of pile driver to pound the ball into the ground the frustrations began last February when the mall started downward it was supposed to go down sixteen feet instead it got stuck after fourteen inches Hudson says he and his team decided the problem was related to bouncing just like a gun recoils when you fire it the mall recoiled ever so slightly every time the hammer tried to drive it into the ground so instead of going down it bounced in place engineers thought they might be able to prevent the bouncing if they use the scoop on insights robotic arm to press against the mall as it hammered they tried that in October and it worked for the first time in eight months we have definite forward progress that was about six weeks ago but Hudson New a problem was coming eventually the top of the mall would be flush with the Martian surface and there would be nothing for this group to press against so they came up with a new plan we moved to this group over to a different position nearby and push hard on the soil hoping that that would transfer force to the mall through the soil rather than directly in late October they sent instructions for insights camera to record what happened Hudson says he was horrified when he saw the pictures I was very distraught the mall had backed almost half way out of the hole Hudson is pretty sure he knows what happened without the arm pressing the mole started bouncing again and when it does that loose soil in front of the mall can infiltrate in front of the tip filling up the space that occurs whenever it bounces and they just bounce bounce bounce bounce and more material feels in and ends up backing out of the ground Hudson says they're confident they can use the scoop press technique to get them all back down to where it was and we haven't figured out exactly what we're gonna do that yet when they figure it out we'll let
"mars nasa" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Out passengers windows up piece of the engine flapping in mid flight that's part of the engines cover which broke loose shortly after this United Airlines flight took off from Denver Sunday morning the pilots of the Orlando bound jet quickly calling controllers it was just a half hour after take off but the jet turned around landing safely back at Denver just before eight thirty in the morning ABC chief transportation correspondent David curly with that report at two eighteen there's nothing worse than booking a vacation with the trusted travel company to find out other before your vacation or while you're on that vacation that they've gone out of business but customers who use Thomas cook are now waiting for refunds and they may have to wait up to two months after the U. K. travel company closed its doors a business collapse hundreds of thousands of vacationers were stranded cross foreign countries amid cancelled flights the UK's aviation regulator saying three hundred and sixty thousand people are do refunds customers who paid with direct debit cards a bit easier they can get the refund backs in two weeks however for others could take up to sixty days test law now has an automated car that is going to come to you Tesla owners have been flooding social media with video demonstrating this new feature called smart summon Tesla says the new technology as part of its ten point software update which is delivered wirelessly it's available to Tesla owners you pay for what the Palo alto California company called full self driving capability or enhanced auto pilot and his fill Hewlett reporting it to nineteen in the mean time along Moscow's saying SpaceX has plans for the company's newest orbital rocket in the next six months most on Saturday unveiled the latest version of starship US spacecraft that's designed to carry humans to the moon and Mars speaking to a crowd at the company's rocket site in Texas musk said manned starship missions the space could happen next year the ship makes up the top. half of a huge rock assembly that stands nearly four hundred feet tall market may field reporting and today is the deadline to submit your name so it can go to Mars NASA is accepting names through the end of the day today you still got some time they will be burned onto a microchip it's gonna ride along the Mars twenty twenty rover deadline is November first for kids grades K. through twelve on a contest that NASA is holding to name the Mars twenty twenty rover for its next trip along with the potential name kids also have to pen a one hundred and fifty word essay you can bet they're gonna be coming over a lots of those essays by young people all across the country remember you.
"mars nasa" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM
"Fifty two year old says playing on the streets of LA was how she was making money some more because currently sleeping in a parking lot Jason Kempin Donia NBC news radio and Kanye west says he's done with secular rappers going gospel that's what was reportedly told a Chicago listing party Saturday for his new album Jesus Christ is king a Kanye west experience music promoter the parties said communale so shipped as part of his turn toward being a better Christian you're listening to the latest from ABC news radio officials are banning any rallies on Tuesday the anniversary of the founding of the people's Republic of China correspondent bill Samper has more on the story the rally band was up held Monday by an appeals board in Hong Kong with the board concluding that the rally organizers would be unable to protect participants given a high likelihood of violence that violence again flared in weekend anti government protests when at least forty people were injured in clashes with police opponents of the ban contended that denying the right to peacefully protest could touch off even worse violence on the date China celebrates its seventieth anniversary bills emperor NBC news radio Thomas cook customers might have to wait up to two months for refunds after the U. K. based travel company collapsed a week ago hundreds of thousands of vacationers were left stranded in foreign countries you may cancel flights at the UK's aviation regulator says three hundred sixty thousand do refunds customers who paid with direct debit will get the refund within two weeks but for others it could take sixty days there so more than forty thousand people abroad due to return by October sixth annual city councilman is pushing Staten Island to be the home of Donald trump's presidential library Republican Staten Island councilman Joe Morelli is an outspoken trump supporter and he has written the administration urging it to build a monument in the president's honor fifty. seven percent of Staten Island residents voted for trump in twenty sixteen far better than his home borough of queens Perrelli believes progressives in queens and Manhattan would fight aggressively against a library Staten islanders have given parolees pitch mixed reviews all the Castro NBC news radio New York and today's the last day to submit your name to have it sent to Mars NASA's accepting names to the end of the day that will be burned on a microchip the will ride along on the Mars rover in twenty twenty the space agency is also holding a contest to name the rover for kids in grades K. through twelve the deadline is November first two nominated name along with an essay Lisa Carter NBC news radio twenty.
Jim, Trump And America discussed on Public Affairs Programming
"We are pleased that NASA administrator Jim broadens done is here to discuss the future in space exploration December in December two thousand seventeen president trump outlined the bold vision to reinvigorate America's space leadership space policy directive one calls were returning humans to the moon for the first time since nineteen seventy two but this time it will be for long term exploration and use and will be followed by a man missions to Mars NASA had planned to return to the moon by twenty twenty eight but in a speech to the national space council in April vice president pence announced a dramatic acceleration of that timeline under the Artemis program the United States will not land the first woman and the next man on the moon by twenty twenty four and establish a sustained presence on the moon or in lunar orbit about twenty twenty eight I'm sure the administration since emergency as I told administrator runs down during his March appearance before this committee the United States has entered a new space race driven primarily by the expansion China's space power ambitions and the explosive potential growth for space commerce I support setting clear goals own ambitious timelines to achieve mission success however in order to reach these goals NASA and its commercial and international partners we'll have to accomplish a great deal of work in a short amount of time the space space launch system SLS rocket and Orion crew capsule need to be tested and certified for human missions as soon as
"mars nasa" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"It's kinda neat isn't it? While they say a new study, that's smarter people. Listen to instrumental music. Researchers also point out that gender age level of education, income and other factors. Also play into the results, but they say smarter people listen to instrumental music, I must be pretty dumb. You'd never know scientists have discovered layers of ice beneath a mile under Mars is North Pole, which could help on lock the red planet's history experts from the university of Texas at Austin university of Arizona have harnessed the Mars reconnaissance orbiter to make this discovery the ice, they say could be remains of an ancient polar ice sheet, and it could be one of Marge's largest reservoirs. It's amazing Davenport with us from the national UFO reporting center for his weekly report. Peter, what do you have for us? Just arrived home from nine days, absence following the festival in mcminnville, Oregon. So I'd like to stipulate that anything I say is subject to amendment during subsequent updates but it's been a very busy week during my absence. I report comes from a woman from Louisiana Mount Hermon, Louisiana. She writes it Wednesday night of last week at eight thirty pm the fifteenth of may she and her husband were driving for Mount Hermon to amity Louisiana when they saw four disc lied craft hovering in the night sky. They started moving and spreading out away from on another. Well at this point, I would ordinarily assume that she was talking about advertising life's except for more lights suddenly appeared next to the original for, and they all formed a semi. Circle at which point a triangular craft appeared in the night sky underneath the eight lights and obscured them from her view. So very very intriguing report don't know what to make of it. I haven't talked to her yet. So as I say subject to amendment. Within four hours. Women reports from coordinator, California, Marin county in the bay area that she saw a white cigar shaped very brightly lighted craft streak across the night sky. She said she saw or she estimates to three seconds at cover the entire sky from her vantage point. Next report comes from gentleman in Troy or stow, Ohio. He says he works a midnight shift from midnight to eight AM on the twenty first of may that is two days ago. Two mornings ago he was looking outside a window at his place of work when he saw a very peculiar very bright light in the northern sky near the big Dipper suddenly to his great amazement. It's split into four smaller lives formed, a checkmark pattern in the sky and all four of them. Suddenly disappeared twenty three minutes later. Something very similar reported from Daytona New York gentlemen, was looking at the night sky. And he saw one ember light turned into several smaller, amber lights, the interesting thing about all. All of these reports is that all of the lights in all three of the cases I've cited just suddenly disappeared at the same time, if they were flares or something along those lines that would be very difficult to achieve it. Seems to me and finally something very unusual from Houston, Texas tonight, gentlemen reported, he saw an object explode in the night, sky and create a mushroom shaped cloud, don't know what that was about. But shortly thereafter, a bunch of reports from Florida, Georgia, and South Carolina of the beautiful Felker nine launch got many calls about it, but looks to be a nothing more than a missile launch. DDAT delivers the technology, transformations. The world depends on explore the art of the possible at GD IT dot com. Eighty six burglars were asked, how they broke into homes, and they all said they knocked on the door. I that's why you need blink x t to cameras they detect motion, so you get an alert and you can see and talk to who's there. Tell the delivery guy, where to leave the package or just say, hi when the kids get home, blink x t to cameras start under a hundred bucks. So thanks to blink home security just got easier..
"mars nasa" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"So to be safe there now removing the max eight from their schedule completely threw August fifth. A company hasn't said how many flights would be cancelled because of the new schedule the max planes have been grounded around the world because of technical problems that may have led to crashes in Indonesia and. Ethiopia a homeless veteran who conspired with a couple of New Jersey to scam. Donations through a gofundme account then sentenced to five years probation and has been sentenced five years probation. Johnny Bobbitt was sentenced today as part of a deal with prosecutors ABC's Mark Remillard says Caitlyn McClure setup that fundraising page detailing a heartwarming story about how Bobby had given his last twenty dollars to McClure to help her put gas in her car. But prosecutors say it was all ally in the money instead was spent on shopping and gambling McClure Andrew boyfriend. Mark d'amico have pleaded guilty to federal charges, and they are waiting to be sentenced at astronaut Scott Kelly's mostly back to normal three years after spending a year in space and NASA twin study just published in the journal science compared Scott to his identical twin Mark who stayed back on earth. Scott Kelly returned to earth, March second twenty fifteen a team of more than eighty scientists scrutinized Kelly's blood, arteries jeans is bones, and gut bacteria and found that while his buddy had changed. A bit in space. It's pretty much back to normal three years later. Scientists say overall that's good news. But what they didn't learn is what happens to the human body after longer periods in space like during a trip to Mars NASA already has plans to send more astronauts into space on longer missions, Amy king, KFI news. Let's go back to that crash.
There's Something About Space That's Triggering Herpes in Astronauts
"Nasa has issued a warning about space herpes. After a study found the virus was reactivating in crew aboard the space shuttle and international space shuttle mission. Yeah. Your close space up there. Bs you're gonna. According to if they're fooling around if they're right. I mean, according to the agency while only a small proportion of the astronauts developed symptoms as a result of the dormant, virus awakening. So this is something that was inside of them. That was dormant and then going to space. It came out delegates. They've been fooling around. In a wakened it this could spell danger for longer spaceflight missions. For instance, Mars NASA, astronauts, inter weeks or the months exposed to microgravity and cosmic radiation, the physical challenges compounded by more familiar. Stressful stressor like social separation confinement altered sleep wake cycle, but herpes. Treating it in space. Could be a problem Kerry thinks it's SpaceX. But that's what I think it is. I don't I don't think it's anything. No anything but SpaceX. But this goes back to and I think. What's his name ruin this? Adam ruins everything herpes episode. Did you watch the herpes one? Yeah. See that. He talked about was how herpes is so prevalent. It's everywhere. Like, what's that people? Have it that don't know they have it because that's what this story is talking about. They don't know that they have it because they never have symptoms of it. Like, it's it's everywhere. And now, it's. Niece herpes in
"mars nasa" Discussed on WGN Radio
"I went to school free years a mile away from the facility I played three years across the street of softball fields. I played for years in the warehouses near the facility and my. Is that how it's going to affect me in the next time twenty years severe quality and willowbrook have turned up traces of ethylene oxide. It's been linked to cancer genetics uses it to clean equipment at the plant residences say they there say they're getting sick. Because of that a Washington DC Coast Guard Lieutenant expected in court today suspected of plotting a mass domestic terror attack. Best to Gators say Christopher hasn't had a list of high profile politicians and journalist he had targeted in an attempt to establish a white homeland. Here's ABC news. Correspondent Mona Kosar. Abdeal reporting from Washington authorities say Christopher Paul Hasson of Maryland was planning a cold blooded killing spree his arsenal including handguns and sniper rifles along with ammunition. The white nationalist allegedly writing he is quote dreaming of a way to kill almost every last person on earth. Nasa is now providing daily weather reports for Mars NASA, insight, Landers, gathering what gathering weather data from the Martian surface. And sending it back to earth on Valentine's Day. The Lander says the high temperature near the Martian equator was four degrees Fahrenheit got a big chilly overnight, a low of one hundred thirty eight degrees below zero now WGN sports. Here's Mark Harmon and good morning. The Blackhawks came out hot. They scored on four of their first eight shots including Alex debrincat is thirty third goal on the season. But it was Patrick Kane doing it late winning it for the hawks five four in overtime with two eighteen to play daybreak. It likes playing with eighty eight. Review? It's it's fun to watch him out there, and you know, he's creating a play retirement text box. So definitely. Call the ban his team and calm..
Finally Over for Mars Rover
"Have you ever wanted to speak another language whether you want to speak Spanish, French or German? Babbel's ten to fifteen minute lessons can get you. Speaking confidently and your new language within weeks, babble spaced repetition method gradually build your language skills. So you intuitively, remember what you've learned? No wonder babble is the number one selling language learning app in the world. Try babble for free. Go to babble dot com or download the app that's Babbel, B A B E L dot com or download the Babbel app to try for free. This is science bec- Americans sixty seconds science. I'm Steve Mirsky when this little Rover landed the objective was to have it be able to move eleven hundred yards and survive for ninety days on Mars NASA administrator, Jim Bryden Stein. And instead here we are fourteen years later after twenty eight miles of travel and today, we get to celebrate the end of this mission Brunson spoke at a press conference at NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory today for thirteenth two thousand nineteen the media event was called to officially Mark opportunities demise. The Rover has been quiet since last June when a severe dust storm covered its solar panels only about one fortieth of the typical amount of solar radiation was getting through to power the Rover, and it's been silent since opportunities very closely equator. There's lots solar power Cornell University astronomer Stephen Squires, talking to scientific American back in March two thousand six he was the principal investigator for the science payload of the Mars exploration Rover project, better known as the two Rovers spirit and opportunity they landed on Mars three weeks apart in January two thousand four the spirit Rover much further from the equator stopped reporting back to NASA in two thousand ten but opportunity like an interplanetary energizer bunny. Just kept going along the way it found ample evidence for the presence of water during Martian history back in two thousand six Squires offered this confident, and we now know correct assessment, I think opportunity last quite a long time. For scientific Americans sixty seconds science. I'm Steve Mirsky.
"mars nasa" Discussed on The Thinking Atheist
"Anyway, there was a special election afterward electon actual living human being. But it's still a funny story. This was the year the California wildfires Mandy to see the video of those things the most destructive and deadly wildfire season on record in the state of California over eight thousand five hundred individual fires burning almost two million acres more than three and a half billion dollars in damages. Trump decided to weigh in about the wildfires on camera by saying that we need to rake the forests because the president of Finland told him that that's how they meet the problem of wildfires. The entire planet was quick to inform Donald Trump that Finland has an altogether different climate, and it's loaded with rivers lakes and wetlands the rake the forest posts on social media or hysteria. Michael somebody dragged like a Kirby vacuum out in. Raking the forest. They showed smokey the bear holding a rake. I saw embroidered hats that said make America rake, again, people took photographs of Trump on the golf course. And they photo shopped out the seven iron, and they voted shop. Dan, a rake. There was a a movie poster made kind of an home OSH to the old Robert Zemeckis film, titled forest Trump that kind of stuff just makes my day. How about some good news? Some science news. It was in November of this year. November twenty six twenty eighteen that insight the NASA spacecraft landed on the surface of Mars it landed at eleven fifty two AM Pacific insight on a two year mission to study the interior of Mars now, I'm not really sure what that means. But the interior of Mars NASA released some quote, unquote, sounds that were captured by these arms on the space craft. The sounds of Mars wind. If you haven't pulled this up online and check it out just Mars wind or insight Mars wind, and they've got technology, which kind of measures this breeze. And then translates it into an auditory experience for you. And me it is a reminder of what an amazing time. It is to be alive. This year space x nailed the maiden flight of its falcon heavy booster at a big rocket. It's designed to carry astronauts to the moon and to Mars, and it can carry a huge payload now upping the cool factor for the heavy booster. Was this revelation that space x had launched into space launched a tesla? Roadster that had a mannequin driver dressed in a spacesuit. I didn't think it was real when I first saw it. But it's real, and it's amazing the star man and his tesla have already cruised beyond Mars orbit last month. And it's on an elliptical path around the sun. One last break when I come back a very quick sports wrap up. We're going to talk about the famous figures that we lost in twenty eighteen and will ramp up with a look at some of the planet's weirdest news stories of twenty eighteen and we'll do it right after this. Not get you. Kony is phone for my mom. He really.
"mars nasa" Discussed on KTRH
"KTAR h news time nine oh one. Our top story a Brazilian couple sentenced to prison for helping their daughter kidnapped their grandson from Houston Carlos in Jemima guimarez were found guilty of international kidnapping back in may the nine year old boy remains with his mother in Brazil, but Houston, doctor Chris brand says he won't stop until his son is returned. For me has changed. My resolve they won't change my attempts. The dan. I'm going to continue to fight for brands ex-wife claims she fled to Brazil because her husband was abusive President Mike Pence met with NASA administrator Jim Breitenstein today in a closed door briefing. And getting an update on the NASA initiative following that beating the mice president net with NASA, employees and discuss this year's achievements in space exploration. President are truly grateful for the renewed energy that all of you brought to this task and implementing implementing this renewed commitment to American leadership space and human space exploration to return to the moon. And then to Mars NASA successfully landed the insight Lander on Mars in November and is further studying the red planet on December sixth. The insight took its first selfie, Texas. Senator Ted Cruz is backing a plan to cover the cost of the border wall by making it harder for illegal immigrants to receive federal benefits. Crews says further restrictions on welfare and tax benefits for illegals would pay for the twenty five billion dollar border project. President Trump has threatened the government shutdown if congress doesn't approve five billion dollars for the wall KTAR h news. Time nine oh, three San Antonio. Democrat Julian Castro has launched an exploratory committee regarding a possible. Presidential run in two thousand twenty forty four year old navy announcement on social media today. We'll be talking with folks over the next several weeks. And we'll make an announcement about my plans on January twelfth here in Texas Castro served as San Antonio's mayor from two thousand nine to two thousand fourteen then is HUD secretary under President Obama until 2017 Charlie Morton, saying goodbye to the Astros right handed pitcher agreeing to a two year deal with the Tampa Bay rays after two successful seasons with the Astros Astros manager AJ Hinch says Morten exceeded all expectations with the club. I mean, it's a.
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"One. Our top story a Brazilian couples sentenced to prison for helping their daughter kidnapped your grandson from Houston. Carlos in Jimmy Gutierrez were found guilty of international kidnapping back in may the nine year old boy remains with his mother in Brazil, Houston. Dr Chris Brown says he won't stop until his son is returned this sentence. For me has changed. My resolve they won't change my attempts to get my son back, and I'm going to continue to fight for bronze ex wife claims she fled to Brazil because her husband was abusive vice President Mike Pence met with NASA administrator Jim Breitenstein today in a closed door briefing and update on the NASA initiative following the meeting the vice president met with employees and discuss this year's achievements in space exploration. President are truly grateful for the renewed energy. All of you have brought to this task and implementing implementing this renewed commitment to American leadership in space and human space exploration to return to the moon. And then to Mars NASA successfully landed the insight Lander on Mars in November and is further studying the red planet on December sixth the inside took its first selfie. A state lawmaker backing a Bill would bring casino gambling to Galveston county. Beaumont? Democrat Joe dish show toll is pushing the Bill as a way to fund the Texas windstorm insurance agency the agency provides insurance for homeowners and hurricane. Prone areas along the Gulf Coast if house Bill four ninety four passes the Texas lottery commission would be able to issue. Six licenses for casinos in Galveston, Jefferson County, Toyota and Lexus issuing a second recall for more than seventy thousand vehicles airbag inflators that could explode or hurled shrapnel at people inside some of the vehicles impacted repre- recalled for similar issues involving Takata airbags KTAR h news time five oh three time to check your money. Here's KTAR h money man pads shin. Brought.
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"The FDA's pledge came a day after the publication of a global investigation into medical device safety by more than fifty media organizations or minutes after touching down on Mars NASA's insight spacecraft sent back a nice and dirty snapshot of its new digs yet. The dust speckled image looked like a work of art to scientists the photo Monday revealed a mostly smooth and sandy terrain around the space craft with only one sizeable rock visible. You will see that the foot pad, and we'll be studying that in the next couple of days here looking at the amount of dirt on it looking at the kind of dust trying to figure out what the distribution of particle sizes, and all this kind of stuff that that's the really critical to putting our instruments down on the surface and up and been paying attention. You know, that you're not supposed to be expecting any seismology to come out of any time real soon, but we're going to be spending the next couple of weeks looking at that that ground and finding the exactly the best place to put our seismometers. Down. It's a very very nice. Looking picture looks pretty flat. We're very level. I think we're less than two degrees of tilt which makes our our job very easy to do. So now that we've landed we start an initial assessment phase. So the first thing we'll do is assess the health of our spacecraft and then the health of the instruments that went with us and then look at our landing site. We've got the first picture down very much, thanks to Marco. And now we want to look at it in more detail and understand where can we place the instruments on the surface to get the best science return? Once we've deployed WTI successfully to the surface, then we return, and we pick up our heat probe or HP cubed, and we're going to deploy HP cube to the surface as well. And after we finish the deployment of all our instruments, making sure they're all in a good location on a good state. Then it begins the last portion of the mission before we can actually do the full science return. We've got to do the penetration of the mall of HP cubed underground going up to sixteen feet underground. And then we also do commissioning of our seismometers fine tuning it. So it'll detect all those very subtle vibrations on Mars. To get that great science return this entire process just getting the instruments that ground takes approximately two to three months. So it's going to take a little bit of time to get to that point. And then another couple of months for the mold penetrate through the ground and to do the fine tuning of the size monitor. And at that point. We'll be sitting back and listening for those Mars quakes. And measuring the vital signs of Mars getting all that great science. And we're really looking forward to that..
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"A NASA spacecraft is just days away from making a risky landing on Mars NASA inside it'll be the first American spacecraft to land since the curiosity Rover in two thousand twelve and the first dedicated to exploring underground once flight controllers determine everything's okay. At the landing site insights, six foot armour removed the two main science experiments from the Lander's deck and place them directly on the Martian surface. No spacecraft has attempted anything like that before. And my scooping out the insides of Mars sign. Antics could learn how it formed and transformed over billions of years. An e coli outbreak is affecting Romain lettuce in the US and Canada. The US FDA says it's working with Canada on the outbreak which has made thirty two people sick and eleven states in the US and eighteen in Canada, the strain identified is different than the one linked to romaine earlier this year, but it appears similar to one linked to leafy greens. Last year. The FDA said it didn't have enough information to request a pliers to issue a recall, but supermarkets and restaurants should withdraw romaine products until the contamination can be identified a young boy managed to get through airport. Security in Atlanta without a boarding pass. The TSA said the eleven year old tried to board a plane Friday afternoon at Hartsfield Jackson international airport. A Delta Airlines employee called about an unaccompanied child trying to board one of their planes without a ticket. The TSA says it wasn't a security breach. Because officers screen him. They say the boy was checked and then ran away when an officer asked where his parents were so far there's no comment from the boy's mom. Migrants protests at the border. I'm Tim Maguire within AP news minute. A small group of Central American migrants March peacefully to a border crossing in Tijuana, Mexico today, demanding better conditions from Mexico and asking to enter the US Mexican official told them that they should apply for humanitarian visas and seek work in Tijuana where they said thousands of jobs are available several thousand migrants have gotten a cool reception from the city stuck between a mayor who says they're not wanted and President Trump's vow to keep them out of the US even threatening to close the border with Mexico border. I mean, the whole border big Thanksgiving Day NFL wins for Dallas in Chicago. Cowboys now tied with Washington atop the NFC east at six and five with a thirty one twenty three home victory over the Redskins who've dropped three other last four games. Earlier. The bears beat the lions twenty three sixteen in Detroit their fifth straight win and an eight and three record as I sit atop the NFC north division. I'm Tim Maguire. AP digital news back in a moment..
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"Cheers NASA spacecraft is just days away from making a risky landing. On Mars NASA inside it'll be the first American spacecraft to land since the curiosity Rover in two thousand twelve and the first dedicated to exploring underground once flight controllers determine everything's okay. At the landing site insights, six foot armour removed two main science experiments from the Lander's deck and place them directly on the Martian surface. No spacecraft has attempted anything like that before. And my scooping out the insides of Mars, scientists could learn how it formed and transformed over billions of years. A painting found in Romania might be a stolen Pablo Picasso piece that was snatched from a museum in the Netherlands six years ago. Four Romanians were convicted in the two thousand twelve heist of the Picasso and six other valuable paintings from a gallery in Rotterdam one of the convicted told investigators she burned the paintings on her stove to protect her son the alleged leader of the thefts. She later retracted the statement Romanian investigators said that are examining the circumstances of a painting that a fiction writer said she found under a tree based on an anonymous tip. The work, which might be the stolen Picasso was given to the Dutch embassy in Romania on Saturday. An e coli outbreak is affecting Romain lettuce in the US and Canada. The US FDA says it's working with Canada on the outbreak which has made thirty two people sick and eleven states in the US eighteen in Canada, the strain identified is different than the one linked to romaine earlier this year, but it appears similar to one linked to leafy greens. Last year. The FDA said it didn't have enough information to request suppliers to issue a recall, but supermarkets and restaurants should withdraw romaine products until the contamination can be identified Trump and thanksgiving. I'm Kim McGuire. The napi newsmen the President Trump uses the thanksgiving, call to troops deployed overseas to Pat himself on the back. We're having a great family and for having made a tremendous difference in this country. I've made a tremendous difference in the country. This country is so much stronger than it was when I took office that you wouldn't believe it also railed against certain federal judges on a court based in San Francisco who have been ruling against his immigration policies. Everybody files in the ninety second. I haven't seen anybody file anyplace else. Say automatically go to the ninth circuit Trump also expressed his concerns about migrants heading to the border with Mexico border. The president says he might have to shut down we find that. It's it gets to a level where we are gonna lose control. Or people are going to start getting hurt. We will close entry into the country for a period of time until we can get it under control during his time at has Florida resort..
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"Chris Wallace on Fox News channel the candidate. In question for me as always what's going to happen. If people sense that you're not pushing an agenda. You're not pulling your punches. They're going to rely on you its commitment to the truth. One of the advantages of having been in this business, a long you're able to detect what is real what is important, and what's just political noise. Chris way, some Fox News channel real news. Real honest opinion. WIP see mobile news all the level of. Lafayette teenager killed yesterday. I'm Alison woman's and here's what's trending this hour a team killed in a single car crash Saturday evening. A seventeen year old boy was driving east on tippecanoe county. One hundred north just east of Lafayette police say he veered off the right side of the road and struck a tree. The teen was pronounced dead at the scene. Officials say he was wearing a seatbelt and do not believe he was driving under the influence. Police are searching for a man in zion's Ville early Saturday morning near club in Ford road. The twenty four year old man crashed his car into a tree after trying to flee from a traffic. Stop. I n PD say he took off on foot into a wooded area nearby. Officers have set up a perimeter in criminal investigations are searching they do urge anyone in this area though to keep their doors. Locked in to report any suspicious activity and NASA is returning to the moon. Madison. Mcgill explains NASA released video. Uh-huh. On their Twitter Saturday, saying they're returning to the moon and preparing to go beyond to Mars NASA has many objectives who returning to the moon, including getting people back thereafter, nearly fifty years. They also went to establish a long-term presence on or near the moon launch. An crude flight of NASA space launch system and Orion capsule and launch. A crude flight around the moon in twenty twenty three Madisonville Ninety-three WIBC mobile news. And I'm Alison lemons on the level on the go and on Twitter at ninety three WIBC and WIBC dot com..
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"Of an ancient ocean. And where there's water there can be life. We could be looking at something which has never seen the life that has evolved on the surface of the planet all from the two miles down in the south at all from gold mines and South Africa, exactly in two thousand eleven they found what no one thought possible these tiny worms living in a pocket of water five thousand years old what you're seeing is magnified. These worms are no bigger than a human hair. It was a species never before seen it survives without sun. Light deep in the hot underworld. So they called it Murphy, stow or the devil. They eat bacteria. And I you found was in something like that. Yeah. Using an endoscope camera. They were the first to film viz deep inside the earth's crust. This is the devil worms home before this. No, one thought animal life could exist this deep he made a big discovery for me. It is big. Because for me personally, I had to fight quite a lot of people to be able to do this on a personal level. That was the biggest victory for me, and the total grand scheme of things. It's just a while. Just the word just. They were surprised to find other living creatures to so many. They called them a zoo across station about one sixty fourth of an inch and arthropods a flat worm and single cell bacteria. It set off a storm of speculation about where else extreme life might exist. Perhaps even on Mars NASA helped fund their research, if there is life in into deep, then you should definitely take on moss because if life was ever death. You will find some life form, I believe very strongly still amass. So the martians we meet in the future could be these single cell organisms by Singapore would be about. Yes. And I think that would be the most likely be prepared to be surprised. I would say. South.
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"Dr Sharieff alcohol says it's been difficult to isolate sick children on ventilators who cannot be moved. We're seeing a much worse outcome because the patients are so fragile at baseline alcohol says it may take another two months for the outbreak to end. For NPR news. I'm Rachel holiday Smith. This is NPR news. A Wall Street Journal report says the FBI is investigating whether electric car maker tesla misled investors by overstating production forecast for its model three sedan. A tesla spokesman says the company was transparent about his problems with ramping up production Tesla's settled a civil lawsuit by the securities and Exchange Commission last month. That case stemmed from tweets by founder, Elon Musk. The Tessa was taking the company private mission managers at NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California, have completed a successful dress rehearsal for next month's Mars landing as NPR's Joe palca reports the probe known as insight is designed to study the red planet. Interior, insight carries a delicate seismometers that will be used for measuring Mars quakes the Martian equivalent earthquakes, data from the seismometers will help scientists understand more about what the core of Mars is like a heat shield parachute. And ultimately twelve small rockets are. Are used to bring insight to a soft landing on a region of Mars known as Lizzie m a very flat area that makes landing safely easier on its cruise to Mars mission managers say the spacecraft has been performing nominally NASA. Speak for all is. Well, the actual landing is set for November twenty sixth Joe palca. NPR news Pasadena, Hulu says it has updated its website and software applications to ensure that blind and visually impaired customers can use screen readers. The move follows a lawsuit by disability rights advocates who had accused Hulu of violating the Americans with Disabilities Act. I'm Shay Stevens. NPR news in Washington. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include the Arcus foundation, dedicated to the idea that people can live in harmony with one another and the natural world. Learn more about Arcus and its partners at arcusfoundation dot org and the corporation for public broadcasting. If you believe democracy requires a free press your station is WNYC ninety three point nine FM and AM eight twenty NPR news and the New York conversation. This is all of.
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"Is at the editor's desk nice to have you with us as we take a look at some of the day's top stories rudy giuliani doubts the credibility of stormy daniels because she's a his words porn star and the and not a quote woman of substance speaking at a conference in israel the president's attorney says daniels claim that she had sex with trump in two thousand and six is not credible and that people could just look at her to know she isn't believable a bipartisan senate bill that would allow states to dictate marijuana policies is proposed by democratic senator elizabeth warren of massachusetts and republican senator cory gardner of colorado the best evidence yet for the potential of life on mars has been unearthed or maybe on mars organic molecules in the billions year bedrock of a dried up lake bed discovered by nassar's curiosity rover so what does this mean for future exploratory missions both manned and robotic we're joined by our old friend alice anecdotes in astronomy faculty at south seattle college and volunteer nasa solar system ambassador thanks for joining us this afternoon so i take it this doesn't mean little green men had spring break on this lake a few billion years ago but what does it mean that yet that's exactly correct it does mean that we are incrementally one step closer to identifying whether or not there were little green men vacationing on this lake we're detecting sort of exactly what we were hoping to detect there and that's very exciting we are on the right track for astro biology the two big detections that just recently came back today are that there are more.
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"Invoice at a bus had repeated antisemitic slurs the us israel and the european union also condemned the remarks abbass has issued a rare apology in a statement he said if people were offended especially people of the jewish faith i apologize to them he said the holocaust was quote the most heinous crime in history and he condemned antisemitism but israel's defense minister said the apology was unacceptable he argued a boss had a history of denying holocaust history daniel estrin npr news jerusalem on wall street just before the close the dow is up three hundred thirty two points the snp was up thirty three this is npr a federal judge in the trial of former trump campaign chairman paul manafort is questioning whether the bank fraud conspiracy and tax charges are related to the investigation into russian interference in the twenty sixteen election the charges were brought by special counsel robert muller in court today the judge said prosecutors don't really care about bank fraud they just want to get information from manafort about president trump manafort's lawyers have argued the special counsel doesn't have the authority to prosecute him for actions before the presidential campaign nasa is latest mars mission is set to launch from vandenberg air force base in california early tomorrow morning as npr's joe palca reports the insight mission is designed to study the interior of mars nasa has launched multiple missions to study the surface and atmosphere on mars but the planet's interior structure is a bit of a mystery insight deputy principal investigator sue smart car says to really understand a planet you'll have to know how.
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"Terror in february near j p l when they're three hundred geologists in the room who want your ass on on glass you know they they are promoting jezero crater there her promoting this site that cited cetera and they're competing with you and its entire careers of steak this is the last mission to mars nasa has on the book the march program is over effectively no new orbiters isn't there's like virtually nothing it's it's a shocking think it's just come to the end of its cycle so this rover is the first mission dedicated to finding life on another world it's it's like curiosity bid has a whole science package on the front so i did my twelve minutes of terror to present why if life started in hot springs on earth we need to go to an old hot spring on mars and that if life a survived as mars died because mars died at eight hundred million years in the oceans at evaporated the atmosphere blown off and that's all perk lowrate s so so the martian movie would never were you couldn't grow potatoes in a perk lowrate soil is total sterilising environment so if life is there is in the refuge of the deep biosphere and it's probably super fragile probably never got two strong photosynthesis at me and never got to the riva's own so we may not even see rock texture so those little little guys are suffering if that they're at all they their data ended can you imagine that 4 billion years of no chance to of all no chance at all stuck in those rocks and that is the story for most earth like planets i would submit to you of trillions of earth like planets i think they almost all die.