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The Special Extras NASA gave  to The 2020 Rover

Innovation Now

01:09 min | 4 months ago

The Special Extras NASA gave to The 2020 Rover

"The year twenty twenty will be remembered for the corona virus pandemic to recognize the challenges faced by the world and honored the healthcare workers who have risked their lives to help those affected by the pandemic nasa and artistic embellishment to the mars twenty twenty over an aluminum plate on the rovers. Left side bears the image of planet earth supported by the ancient. Greek symbol for medicine microchips. Stenciled with millions of names and the one hundred fifty five finalists essays selected in the name. The rover contest are mounted on a metal plate at the center of perseverance. Aft crossbeam the microchips. Share space with the laser etched graphic depicting earth and mars joined by the star that gives light to both the phrase explorers. One is written in morse code in the sun's rays not just frivolous symbols. Several other hidden gems serve as reminders. That exploration is a human endeavor and that all humanity benefits when we worked together for innovation. Now i'm jennifer. Pulley

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Mars rover studying materials for potential spacesuit

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01:15 min | 4 months ago

Mars rover studying materials for potential spacesuit

"As perseverance searches for rock samples on mars. It will also be studying samples of a different kind. This is innovation now bringing you. Stories of revolutionary ideas emerging technologies and the people behind the concepts that shape the future. Nasa is preparing to send the first woman and next man to the moon part of larger strategy to send the first astronaut to the surface of mars. But what does a well dressed astronaut. Wear to the red planet to answer that question. Nasa sent some special cargo to mars on the mars. Twenty twenty mission while the perseverance rover explores jezero crater five small pieces of spacesuit materials will be studied by sherlock an instrument aboard the rover. The materials include a small piece of a helmet visor and a swatch veteran. The material used for the poems astronaut gloves just as sherlock can check the composition of rocks the instrument will use its chemical analyzers to periodically monitor the breakdown of the material samples overtime. The results will help. Spacesuit designers create a suit that protects astronauts from long-term radiation exposure wild explore the dusty surface of

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NASA's Mars rover Perseverance is in the home stretch of its journey to Red Planet

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01:13 min | 6 months ago

NASA's Mars rover Perseverance is in the home stretch of its journey to Red Planet

"When you do the landing on mars it has to work perfectly the first time and so we have to just do our jobs perfectly to make sure that that happens. This is innovation now bringing you stories behind the ideas that shave our future. Andrew johnson a technologist at nasa's jet propulsion laboratory serves as one of the managers for the guidance navigation and control system on mars twenty twenty when building the system. The team conducted tests to make sure the hardware could survive launch and its transition into the vacuum of space and during the spacecraft's seven month journey to mars. Andrew and his team have continued to check the camera high performance computer and inertial measurement unit that. Make up the navigation system on cruises. We can make sure that we can collect data from the camera. And then we can collect data from the i m you and that the computer can do the processing it's required to do but certainly we can't test out exactly what we're gonna do during landing but we can make sure. Each of the pieces works correctly and now andrews team is ready for entry descent and landing on february eighteenth as mars twenty twenty touches down

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After a memorable 2020, NASA welcomes the New Year

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01:19 min | 7 months ago

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

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Mars Cam Views from NASA Rover during Red Planet Exploration

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01:19 min | 9 months ago

Mars Cam Views from NASA Rover during Red Planet Exploration

"Now you can travel to the planets their moons asteroids comets and see the nasa spacecraft. That explore them. This is innovation now bringing you stories behind the ideas that shave our future. The last time we saw nastase mars twenty twenty perseverance. Rover mission was on july thirtieth as it disappeared into the black of deep space on its trajectory from mars. But you can follow. Humanity's most sophisticated rover in real time as it treks millions of miles over the next six months before landing at jarrow. Crater nasr's is on the solar system a fully interactive web application visualizes the same trajectory data the navigation team at j. p. l. uses to plot. Perseverance is course to mars dozens of pop up menus. Allow you to customize what you see and how you see it with a pair of red blue stereoscopic glasses you can switch to three d mode for more experience and other applications is on earth and is on exo planets give viewers an opportunity to experience earth or catch a glimpse of other solar systems each interactive is populated with real time data. Letting you see the universe through nassar's is

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What to Know About NASA's Mars Exploration Program

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00:58 sec | 10 months ago

What to Know About NASA's Mars Exploration Program

"Injury Johnson a technologist at NASA's jet propulsion. Laboratory. Is One of the managers for the guidance navigation and control systems on the Mars two thousand, twenty mission. He's part of the team working on the land division system which was flight tested and matured through years of testing with. Nasr's flight opportunities program in the past and landed on Mars we really didn't know where we were landing very accurately. The Land Vision System is new in that it takes pictures during landing and from those pictures, it matches landmarks to a map that been made from satellites in orbit around Mars and from that, it can figure out its position relative to the map and then land somewhere that's free from hazards this technology will allow Mars, twenty twenty to land at Jezora crater a place scientists believe is the best place to collect samples four Mars sample return.

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Eyes on the Solar System

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01:28 min | 1 year ago

Eyes on the Solar System

"Now. You can travel to the planets, their moons, asteroids, comets, and see the NASA spacecraft that explore them. This is innovation. Now, bringing you stories behind the ideas that shave our future. The last time we saw Nastase Mars Twenty Twenty Perseverance Rover mission was on July thirtieth as it disappeared into the black of deep space on its trajectory for Mars. But you can follow humanity's most sophisticated rover in real time as it treks. Millions of miles over the next six months before landing at Jarrow Crater Nasr's is on the solar system. A fully interactive web application visualizes the same trajectory data. The navigation team at J. P. L. uses to plot perseverance is course to Mars dozens of pop up menus, allow you to customize what you see and how you see it with a pair of red blue stereoscopic glasses. You can switch to three D mode for more. Experience and other applications is on earth and is on exo planets give viewers an opportunity to experience earth or catch a glimpse of other solar systems. Each interactive is populated with real time data letting you see the universe through Nassar's is

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Lander Vison

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00:58 sec | 1 year ago

Lander Vison

"Injury Johnson a technologist at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory is one of the managers for the guidance navigation and control systems on the Mars. Two Thousand Twenty mission. He's part of the team working on the land division system, which was flight tested and matured through years of testing with Nasr's flight opportunities program in the past and landed on Mars we really didn't know where. We were landing very accurately. The Land Vision System is new in that it takes pictures during landing and from those pictures, it matches landmarks to a map that been made from satellites in orbit around Mars, and from that, it can figure out its position relative to the map and then land somewhere that's free from hazards. This technology will allow Mars twenty twenty to land at Jezora crater a place scientists believe is the best place to collect samples. Four Mars sample. Return.

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NASA's Mars helicopter is ready for the red planet

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00:54 sec | 1 year ago

NASA's Mars helicopter is ready for the red planet

"The team at NASA jet propulsion lab began developing their idea for a Mars helicopter, they reached out to some helicopter experts to help refine their design. Here's Susan Gorton Program Manager for. The revolutionary virtual lift technologies team at NASA Langley Research Center the Mars helicopter is what's called. The technology demonstrator is sold goal is to show. We can actually do this mission flying on Mars is like flying at one hundred, thousand feet on earth. There's not much air the broader blades on air. So we had to have a very efficient kind of helicopter and small and lightweight to make it work on Mars. The Mars helicopter has rotors that are stacked atop each other one spends one direction wants bins the other and win this helicopter hitches a ride to Mars on the Mars Twenty twenty mission. The entire team is confident it will

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"mars  twenty" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

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02:13 min | 1 year ago

"mars twenty" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

"Scientists engineers astronauts all to let you know what's going on in the world of human spaceflight. NASA is paving the way towards a sustainable presence on the moon and onto Mars though humans have never set foot on the Red Planet. We've been there many times most recently. The Mars insight lander that went to the surface of Mars to understand the planet's quote, unquote vital signs, it's seismology and heat flow, and whether the planet's core is solid or liquid, before that the curiosity rover landed on Mars to explore the surface for chemical and mineral evidence of past habitable environments on Mars, searching for environments where microbes could have survived billions of years ago or these habitable environments I remember watching curiosity's landing live and man what a throw! NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory is sending a new rover to Mars. It looks a lot like curiosity, but with a whole new suite of incredible instruments, many of which are indirect preparation for human exploration on Mars We're talking instruments to test the production of oxygen from the Martian atmosphere identifying valuable resources such as subsurface water, improving landing techniques and characterizing Martian weather in a way that could help future astronauts that are living and working in the environment. So here to go into detail on this new Mars Twenty Twenty rover called perseverance is Luther Beagle deputy division manager for science at NASA's jet. Propulsion Laboratory Luther is also the principal investigator of the Sherlock instrument one of the scientific instruments on perseverance. Note that this episode was recorded prior to the most recent change to the launch date of perseverance for the latest information. Please visit NASA DOT GOV so here we go. The Mars Perseverance rover with Luther Beagle. And Joy. Five County. You. have. Ask. Luther.

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Getting Ready for Mars

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01:13 min | 1 year ago

Getting Ready for Mars

"Nasr's next Mars Rover has arrived in Florida to began final preparations for its launch to the Red Planet this July. This is innovation now bringing you stories behind the ideas that shave our future early on February eleventh the rover and support. Equipment for the Mars twenty twenty mission travelled in four police escorted trucks to an air reserve base in California there. The cargo was loaded aboard to waiting C. Seventeen for the cross country. To NASA's Kennedy, Space Center in Florida the rover left the only home. It has ever known Nasr's jet. Propulsion Laboratory to spend the next few months at the same spacecraft processing facility that handled NASA's curiosity rover after final assembly and some additional testing, the rover will be enclosed in its aeroshell. Then Mars Twenty, twenty will be delivered to Cape Canaveral an integrated with the atlas, five rocket that will hurl it toward yesica crater in July. Once on Mars the rover will collect and store rock samples search for signs of microbial life and pave the way for the humans who will follow.

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An Efficient Helicopter Plans to Fly on Mars

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00:55 sec | 1 year ago

An Efficient Helicopter Plans to Fly on Mars

"An aerial vehicle that could take off and land multiple. Times would let see much more of Mars. This is innovation now bringing you. Stories of revolutionary ideas emerging technologies and the people behind the concepts that shape the future when the team at NASA jet propulsion lab began developing their idea for a Mars helicopter. They reached out to some helicopter. Experts to help refine their design. Here's Susan Gorton Program Manager for the Revolutionary Virtual lift technologies team at NASA Langley Research. Center the Mars helicopter is what's called. The technology. Demonstrator is sold. Goal is to show. We can actually do this mission. Flying on Mars is like flying at one hundred thousand feet on earth. There's not much air. The broader blades operate on air. So we had to have a very efficient kind of helicopter and small and lightweight to make it work on Mars. The Mars helicopter has rotors. That are stacked atop each other. One spends one direction wants bins. The other and win this helicopter hitches a ride to Mars on the Mars Twenty twenty mission. The entire team is confident it will fly

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"mars  twenty" Discussed on NASACast Audio

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15:26 min | 1 year ago

"mars twenty" Discussed on NASACast Audio

"Starts with chemicals. The chemistry of life is so important to understand. So how do we know? It's life if it's life like we don't know it. There's a lot of ways that life could be different but not related to life on earth. Hi I'm Jim. Breen chief. Scientists and NASA gravity assist on this season of gravity assist. We're looking for life beyond earth. I'm here with Dr Heather Graham. She is an organic geochemists NASA Goddard Spaceflight Center. Heather has a profound curiosity about the natural world. The history of life a vast connections between biotic enabled attic systems in one evolution can tell us about our future. Welcome to gravity assist Heather. Thank you so much Jim. Well first off what? The heck is a bio signature so via signature is just a physical indication of past or present life. That can be something as simple. As a bone that appealing colleges might find footprint an imprint on the environment or a chemical compound that's highly specialized for life. So how do we know if a bio signature actually came from life? Can WE BE FOOLED? Oh yeah that's Probably the most important part of bio signature. Science is making sure that you are looking at something that came from life and not being fooled by something can be made by physics by nature by geology by biotic chemistry. There are a lot of things that we associate with life. That are actually very common Being made out in stars a lot of the chemicals that we associate with life are really an inheritance from the universe. We also have to be very careful to keep our work clean so that we're not contaminating it with contemporary life. When we're trying to understand past life we know a bio signatures require certain chemicals. Is there some underlying composition that you look for in a bio signature? Yeah so it really kind of depends on where you're looking and what you're looking for For example a really common by ensure that we hear about a lot is DNA on that something. That's universal every organism. Has it so it's easy to say? Oh yes this is definitely from life. This is a molecule. That's too hard to make without biology being involved but DNA is ephemeral. It goes away quickly in nature. It's broken down by other organisms and reused very quickly but there are other chemical compounds that lasts for a really long time especially in the geologic record in the rock record and those are the kinds of things that we can look at as being a more robust signal of life on long timescales so getting down to the basics you know the the really important chemicals at carbon seems to be one if we if we look at what we have inside us. It's carbon hydrogen oxygen nitrogen phosphorus and sulfur. Sore those the fundamental compounds. We ought to be looking for so those are the fundamental compounds that we associate with life on earth life as we know in life as we know at correct them the kind of work that we're doing here at Goddard and the research group that I'm involved in doesn't always presupposes that though we're interested in bio signatures that might not just be about those particular elements or more importantly other elements that might be bio signatures as well. How do we figure that out? How do we figure out? What are the more important moment in? That's really from just observing nature in its in its completeness in its totality not just by looking at life but by looking at nature in context of its environment to understand what it's taking from a chemical system to build itself what it's eating what it's requiring Breathing out what the byproducts of its metabolism are and. Then you can track down. What are the important things that are are moving through? A system and that movement is the the central signature of biology. If something static it's unlikely to be involved so the concept of you are what you eat is true absolutely so we we actually pull things out of what we eat in in plug them in or body yet so we we take carbon from all these other sources and interestingly though you know carbon dioxide is our major byproduct we all breathe it out but there are lots of organisms that don't do that with carbon. They use metals and other strange things. And we find all these metals certain places in the geologic record and even though we don't see that organism. We know that this is something it left behind. So where do we find bio signatures usually when we're thinking about bio signatures? We think about the rock record. We think about geology. And really. That's just because that's a really stable repository to find a bio signature. You have to find a place. Where a molecule or. A part of an organism is protected from degradation. So we think of places where there's not a lot of oxygen since most other critters that would want to eat that organism are going to be using oxygen we look for for rock areas of sediments that have been protected from oxygen in the atmosphere and the rock records interesting. Not just for people who are interested in land but A lot of the rocks are actually old ocean. It's all the ocean sediments so we can peer into past ancient oceans despite going to certain rocks on earth. Will you brought a really nice friend with you? It's a fossil. What is that so this is a really special fossil this is from the Ad Akron period? That's about six hundred million years ago and this was a time in Earth's history when biology got really experimental and during this time period we find all sorts of crazy organisms that only exist during that time period biology was trying to all sorts of body plans and ways of living on the surface or just below the surface and really neat ways and these kind of fossils are only found in a couple of really special places on earth on Nevada. Namibia so this fossil as you can see there's these Long sort of tubes and there's ridges along them and they criss cross and what's sad is. Is this piece that I brought to you. Only about the size of my palm. And what you'll see is there's all these tubes weaving back and forth over each other but not in a random way in a very special pattern and that's part of what makes us realize this is biology and not just rocks happened to fall in a really interesting pattern. This is this has intentionally in. There was energy. Put into a system to leave this texture. This strange structure. There's a couple of different ways you might be able to try and explain it. Maybe it's texture on Iraq from a BIOFILM. Maybe it was a tube worm that was living below the surface. But what's really important about? This is we. Don't have any physical way without biology of making a pattern like this and that's what makes it a bio signature. You can do all sorts of experiments with different sizes of rocks and different chemistries of solutions of water. But you'll never make something that looks like this. Yeah it looks creepy. So I heard you know. There's like four thousand seven hundred minerals on earth in about three hundred of them could only be made by life. Yes absolutely so I know I am a chemist so I'm biased towards organic chemistry and I'm giving a lot of examples of organic chemistry that are by signatures but really there are lots of minerals that are bio signatures as well. There's a lot of great work that's been done to show what minerals you absolutely need for. Example oxygenic life the kind of life that made oxygen all the algae and the ocean that made oxygen there minerals that would only be associated with those really high levels of oxygen that those organisms created so if those organisms never developed on another planet we would be unlikely to see many of those minerals on those planets. How long do these bio signatures last once? They're in the rock is at it No actually one of the real arts of bio signature. Science is knowing what things look like when they break apart unfortunately a lot of the chemical compounds that we use his bio signatures. Don't last in that state that your body or another organism's body made them. They break down in very particular patterns and so we find those degradation products in the Rock Record. So once life is created in a decomposes a end up with the parts and so figuring out you have all the right parts are or even some of those parts may or may not be preserved over time. Yeah that ends up being a real problem. So what kind of tools do you use to really identify these parts and pieces and bio signatures? Yeah this is a real puzzle. So this is the kind of area would really Think of his interdisciplinary science. I'm looking at a particular sediment for example looking for particular compounds. I'm taking a lot of information that I've learned from other geologists that have described that rock so I will know something about like. Was this rock. Once a lake was at the ocean was it Buried in heated. So I'll have a lot of information from geology to help me direct those tests. About what sort of molecules? I'm likely to find and the other important thing about these molecules that we think of as a signatures that are being preserved in the rock record. Is there an example of a community? They're usually not just one particular organism. You're looking at a habitat. You're looking at a whole bunch of different metabolism's so you're really. Not just saying was their life. Was there not life? But you're getting a sense of what the ecosystem was you know another thought? I had relative to Bio signatures in rocks is is a structure in our structure. That how how geologically could that have possibly have happened in a like straddle light So you know when we studied by signatures. How does that help us? Think about the origin of life. Here on Earth Yeah. That's really interesting so a lot of these chemical compounds that we're thinking of don't really last on really really long timescales when we're thinking about something like the origin of life a lot of what we're looking at is physical Structures in the rock a really old evidence of cells really old evidence of biofilms which are just Big Accumulations of microbiology together So we're looking for those kind of physical things in the oldest rocks and that's where textures in rocks become really important and also something that you want to be able to make sure that those textures aren't something that nature makes all by itself without biology being involved so the key to find him life way in the past is to start looking at the old rocks wall. How old are the rocks here on earth? So that's kind of a bummer. About Earth is that most of our rocks have been recycled. Oh no and heated and cooked and moved and washed lots and lots of water. So it's really hard. Actually we think of of earth is being this you know life saturated planet and so it must be so easy to find life but when we look in the deep past. It's actually hard because much of that. Evidence of life has been destroyed by tectonics by the planet moving around were very dynamic planet. So we have to look for what we call. Quiescent parts of the planet These are like old croutons the really the oldest rocks on earth that are up in Canada and Greenland and places like that we find really interesting textures in the and we'd like to think that those are probably the earliest forms of life and then that gives us a sense of. What was the chemistry in that early ocean? What was the planet like? And that gives us a sense of the kind of chemistry. That was possible so just recently. A team from the Mars Twenty Twenty Rover Group. This is the group that is going to be looking at the rock record from Mars Tracked out into Australia. An owner was running. Why are they going to Australia for a meeting? While they're out in the middle of nowhere in Western Australia and they went to the Australian shirt cruel. Yeah so this attract. That's old rock. Yeah Yeah So. What do we know about that? Australian shirt yeah so those are some of the really old rocks where we find the oldest evidence of life. What's really special about some of those rocks in Australia? Is you can find really old evidence of microbial biofilms these mats microbes that that form these layers and they grow up up up upon each other in these layers. And that's a strata light like you mentioned and what's really interesting as you can see living examples of those right off the coast and Australia. So it's such a special place feel that window into the deep past and then see something that's contemporary. That's stars the same lifestyle and conducting its biology and pretty much the same way for billions of years. It's a really special place. In fact when they measure the date these rocks they find. They're like three point six or three point eight billion years old yet. We know the earth is four point six billion years old. So there's you know nearly a billion years record that we've lost yeah and The really sad thing is because that's our earliest evidence. We know that somewhere in that time period between formation and that three point eight ish number that you give. That's that's the exciting part. That's when life evolved and we don't have really anything to go on there and that's where Experiments in the laboratory can become really illustrative for giving us a window and giving us something to imagine for that passed. This is were Mars comes in and a really neat way because It doesn't appear to have had some plate tectonics but not like earth and it appears to have been a blue planet like Earth early on but then went very arid and so maybe the record of life starting perhaps On Mars before three point. Eight billion years is attainable. Knock record there that we can bring back yet. That's what's really exciting is is. It hasn't had that you know. Heating and Cooling and moving and crushing. The Earth has and that really can tell us a little bit about why we choose to go the places. We go on Mars right that we're looking in these sediments that we know were buried once upon a time and If there is something organic there were looking in the best places to find something that wasn't exposed to the surface where it could be altered..

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NASA's Mars 2020 Rover Goes Coast-to-Coast to Prep for Launch

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01:16 min | 1 year ago

NASA's Mars 2020 Rover Goes Coast-to-Coast to Prep for Launch

"Nasr's next Mars Rover has arrived in Florida to begin final preparations for its launch to the Red Planet. This July this is innovation now bringing you stories behind the ideas that shave our future early on February eleventh the rover and support equipment for the Mars. Twenty twenty mission travelled in four police escorted trucks to an air reserve base in California there. The cargo was loaded aboard to waiting C. Seventeen for the cross country to NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida. The rover left the only home. It has ever known Nasr's Jet Propulsion Laboratory to spend the next few months at the same spacecraft Processing Facility that handled Nasr's carry-on Rover after final assembly and some additional testing the rover will be enclosed in its aeroshell then. Mars twenty twenty will be delivered to Cape Canaveral an integrated with the atlas five rocket. That will hurl it toward yesica crater in July once on Mars the rover will collect and store rock samples search for signs of microbial life and pave the way for the humans who will follow for innovation. Now I'm Jennifer. Pulley

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NASA's new Mars rover gets a name — Percy, for short

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00:23 sec | 1 year ago

NASA's new Mars rover gets a name — Percy, for short

"The Mars twenty twenty rover has a new name perseverance we are species of explorers and we will meet many set backs on the way to Mars however we can persevere Alex Mather from lake Braddock secondary school in Virginia reading part of his essay that won the rover naming contest sponsored by NASA the biggest most high tech rover ever sent to Mars perseverance is set to launch this July from the Kennedy

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Dr. Seuss in Space

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01:19 min | 1 year ago

Dr. Seuss in Space

"In honor of one of our favorite American authors we bring you this special innovation now because there really is no place like space this is innovation now bringing you stories behind the ideas that shave our future children of all ages are familiar with author Dr Seuss. His whimsical characters have captured our hearts but nothing captures our imaginations quite like space. Nasa is planning more spacecraft. They're off to have fun. They'll visit the planets the stars and the Sun New Horizons has left Pluto behind now missions like Mars. Twenty twenty are being designed. Scientists learned water once flowed upon Mars and Hubble has captured the birth of some stars a Cyrus. Rex has traveled to asteroid Banou. An artist will take the first woman and next man to the moon inside is listening to Mars underground discoveries about our own Sun have been found for twenty years. Astronauts have lived on the station now. Nasa is testing new laser. Communications just remember. There's no place like space. So Nasr's building the world's largest rocket you are the Artemis generation and spaces waiting for you to explore it for innovation. Now I'm Jennifer. Pulley

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"mars  twenty" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"mars twenty" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Be clear there are marijuana conviction is that take place at our federal offenses but not all it's a mind wouldn't be in there anyway and it was a long time ago anybody want to go to Mars thank you okay well the Mars twenty twenty rover is ready for its mission to the planet later this year since arriving from California last week the rover is undergoing processing at the Kennedy Space Center which we all know is in Florida is targeted for launch in mid July and the rover will search for signs of past microbial life on Mars and collect samples for a future return to earth NASA also says that the rover is going to pave the way for future human missions to Mars now that sounds good to you and you want to be a part of the action NASA is accepting astronaut applications here's what you need to get started first you need to be a U. S. citizen and after that it gets real easy you have to have a masters degree with them the spam field including the fields of engineering biological science physical science computer science and mathematics and they have to come from an accredited institution and once again that's not just one that's all you have to have a master's degree in all of those applications are being accepted March second through March.

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Seeing Stereoscopically

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01:30 min | 1 year ago

Seeing Stereoscopically

"Engineers at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory are building the Mars twenty twenty over and the high Def cameras the rover and core sampling capabilities and science team members back on earth will be able to observe rocks and sediments at any location of US depth perception combining this with the ability to capture images in different wavelengths will enhance the rovers driving within the rovers field of view in amazing detail helping them piece together the geologic history of Lars while waiting for the future unprecedented resolution the twin cameras will allow the rover to see stereoscopic Louis much like we use to is to get it through collaboration with NASA and is distributed by w HR V. Visit US online at innovation now dot us

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Name the Rover

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01:30 min | 2 years ago

Name the Rover

"Red Rover Red Rover. Send a name for Mars Twenty twenty right over this is innovation now bringing you stories behind the ideas that shave our future. The Mars Twenty Twenty Rover is a twenty three hundred pound robotic scientists that will search for signs of the past microbial life characterized the planet's climate and geology and collect samples for future returned to Earth Mars twenty twenty will pave the way for human exploration of the Red Planet and NASA is inviting K twelve students nationwide to give the rover a name before four November. I interested students should submit a short essay explaining why their proposed name should be chosen in January. The public will have an opportunity unity to vote online for one of nine selected finalists NASA plans to announce the winning name on February eighteenth twenty twenty exactly exactly one year before the rover will land on the surface of Mars. The student who submits the winning name will be invited to see the spacecraft launch in July from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida for details about the contest visit the NASA Dot Gov Mars website for or innovation now. I'm Jennifer pulley. Innovation now is produced by the National Institute of Aerospace through ration- with NASA.

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A New Coat of Paint

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01:30 min | 2 years ago

A New Coat of Paint

"The masking team at nasr's jet propulsion laboratory in california measures success in millimeters this this is innovation now bringing you stories behind the ideas that shave our future as the j._p._l. Team prep the chassis of the mars twenty twenty rover for painting meaning. They had only one goal in mind to get the rover as close to perfect as possible to do that. More than six hundred pieces of masking asking tape precisely measured by a computer controlled cutter were carefully applied by hand to protect places on the chassis that cannot be painted to prevent any chance of corrosion or oxidation the paint team had only six hours once the sanding began to complete the entire your priming and painting process after painting. The chassis was cooked in a vacuum oven for three days to harden the paint and bake out any unwanted contaminants attachments. The rover chassis was then wrapped in sterile anti-static film and sent to j._p._l.'s spacecraft assembly facility where it now weights cloaked in a shiny new coat of paint to take its place in exploration history for innovation now. I'm jennifer pulley. Innovation now is produced reduced by the national institute of aerospace through collaboration with nasa and is distributed by w h._r. v.

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Autonomous helicopter joins its rover buddy for Mars 2020 mission

SPACE NEWS POD

04:51 min | 2 years ago

Autonomous helicopter joins its rover buddy for Mars 2020 mission

"A mars helicopter so this thing it's a very small quad copter think of it is <hes> what else toy drones you could buy from amazon for kinda cheap but this isn't very cheap and it's not very small. It's about the size is of a shoebox with the rotors about <hes> about four feet wide and this helicopter is not mission critical go so they just attached this to the belly of the mars rover in the high one cleanroom at jet propulsion propulsion laboratory in pasadena california sing is solar powered and it has the mars helicopter delivery system which which will deliver well deliver the the helicopter to mars and also that's what helps it launch and <hes> <hes> shields it from debris during entry descent and landing the helicopter will remain encapsulated in the mars helicopter the delivery system after landing deploying to the surface once a suitable area conduct test flights is found in the crater where they land now. It's a very high risk high reward technology demonstration. If this helicopter encounters difficulties difficulties the science of the mars twenty twenty mission won't be impacted but if the helicopter is successful and if it takes flight is designed the future missions to mars could possibly have other quad captors other drone copters. Yes that could deploy when they get there so <hes> spokesman from g._p._l. Said our job is to. I prefer to prove that autonomous controlled flight can be executed in the extremely thin martian atmosphere since our helicopter is designed as a flight test of experimental technology carries no science instruments but if he proved powered flight on mars can work we look forward to the day when mars helicopters aw can play an important role in future explorations of the red planet. Mars is big world and there's lots of geography on mars. There's cliffs caves in deep craters that a rover just can't get too and that's why something like a helicopter like a quad copter is very important to the future missions on the red planet. They can act as scouts. They can film inside caves. They can film inside craters. That could take pictures. They could take amazing photos of things that we would never be able to see if we were just relying on rovers and nasa intends to establish a sustained human presence on the moon through there nasa artemis miss lunar exploration missions and they could possibly use <hes> quite captors on the moon as well so <hes> jim breitenstein nastase administrator said the rate brothers flew the first plane kitty hawk north carolina but they built it in dayton and the mars helicopter destined to be the first aircraft to fly in another world was built in pasadena california join now to the twenty twenty rover. It is yet another example of how nasa artemis generation is expanding humanities reach in our solar system with this joining of two grace spacecraft. I can say definitively. I believe that all the pieces are in place for historic mission of exploration together mars twenty twenty and the mars helicopter will help define the future of science and exploration of the red planet for decades to come mars twenty twenty with the helicopter on board will launch an a u._c._l._a. Atlas five rocket in in july of twenty twenty from space launch complex forty one it cape canaveral air force station in florida in it'll land on mars <music> on february eighteenth of twenty twenty one the rover will be the first space craft and the history of planetary exploration with the ability to accurately re target its point if touchdown during the landing sequence and this new helicopter the mars twenty twenty helicopter it could possibly return so amazing results showing that we can fly a helicopter on another world and if that's the case. There's going to be a lot of saying. It's happening with a lot more helicopters in the future

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"mars  twenty" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"mars twenty" Discussed on KQED Radio

"A demonstration of possibly you know and habitation making your own oxygen it's a it's a technology demonstration thinking about the future of of humans to Mars so preparing for that's of course if we were to send humans to Mars we would need oxygen both to breed but also particularly for the fuel to get those astronauts home and so weird demonstrating that technology on the surface of Mars with this mission and excited to see us do that on the surface of Mars what kind of fuel would you make and of the CO two as they would be oxygen oxygen based fuel such as I DO Zener or something I'm just I'm I'm not I think that's it that's a pretty good guess if you have any thoughts about that yes of the oxygen and of course you in order to to burn things you need an accident and so oxygen is a really powerful Occident so we would combine the oxygen with some other your source of such as and so for the the rocket that go to Mars they typically burn either hot liquid hydrogen or kerosene the that's the reduced form of the fuel and then you need them and oxygen to burn so in order to to get the people off the surface you have to have some reduced form of fuel but making the oxygen would be a really great step to be able to get them off the ground we're gonna like this very closely and thank you for giving us a heads up on on this mission Mitchell three March twenty twenty program scientist with NASA Katie stack Morgan deputy project scientist for the Mars twenty twenty mission thank you both for taking time to be with us today where to take a break and we come back you're welcome we're gonna talk about using land in making a climate change you know maybe from worse to better there's a way to turn around climate change of we using the soil we're gonna talk about after this break stay with I never.

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"mars  twenty" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

10:28 min | 2 years ago

"mars twenty" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Later in the hour we'll be discussing how land and soil can be used to both hurt or help the environment first NASA's Mars twenty twenty mission is now just around the corner next fall when the next Mars rover is scheduled to launch with an upgraded suite of instruments to study the red planet in a way that curiosity and opportunity never could and one of its main objectives when it gets to the Martian surface will be to search for and identify signs of ancient life on the red planet but how will it know what to look for well one sign of Martian life could look pretty familiar evidence of ancient stromatolites those are one of the earliest life forms ever discovered on earth stromatolite fossils are found today only in a few areas around the world including the remote outback of Western Australia that's where NASA scientist headed this week to study them hoping to gather clues about whether this organism could have also live on ancient Mars here to tell us more about what they're looking for this week coming to your wall away from Pilbara region of Australia is my guest Mike Solti Mars twenty twenty program scientist welcome to science Friday good morning good good morning to you thanks thank you for joining is also joining in joining me from my JPL headquarters in Pasadena California is Katie stack Morgan deputy project scientist for the March twenty twenty mission welcome back Katie thank you our robin let me let me let me tell me ask you first you're with a group of NASA in European scientists down in Australia right why is the Australian such a great place to go looking for them so so Australia is a great place to look for these because it contains in the rock record some of the most ancient evidence for life on earth these rocks here in in Western Australia are three and a half billion years old and they contain the stromatolites these Microsoft holds that we see in the rock record and this is one of the very few places in the world that has this older rock record that can change these traces of ancient life so are you sort of like taking photos of them so that is when the the rover sends back a photo you might be able to compare them for example also do some more policy is only one clue that we use to determine whether something is evidence of life and a rock record in this particular case one of the big clues though is how they visually look a lot of times people see these in two dimensions and they're not convinced by the biogenesis the second so really getting out into the field to see them in three dimensions to study the rocks and what the rocks tell us about the environment is also very key to really helping us decide that these are evidence of life so so what are the conditions on Mars in which a Martian stromatolite would have grown so same as earth well what we think so there are a variety of environments here on earth where we we see stromatolites forming today and where we see in the rock record there again the environment being told from the story of the rocks and so we think that similar kinds of conditions would have existed on Mars so for example we see out of my life forming today and hot spring environments and we see evidence on the surface of Mars that there may have been hot springs and change it passed we also see a lot of stromatolite forming and look Custer and are very shallow marine kind of environments and we interpret those from the rock record forward beat ancient rocks and we think especially where March twenty twenty is going to land there was an ancient lake environment where the rover will be landing that's cool Katie the the the twenty twenty March twenty twenty mission is designed also to look for a few different signatures of like not just stromatolite trying that's right so March twenty twenty is headed to a place called jezero crater it's an ancient crater on Mars what's really exciting about the comparison between jezero the rocks in jazz are on the rocks in Australia is that we're talking about rocks of about the same age or even older on Mars and so the kind of life that we're seeing in the rocks preserved in Australia may very well be similar to the the type of sign of life that we could expect to find in Gen zero crater on Mars with twenty twenty well let's talk about we've had Rovers on Mars for a long long time now how is this mission different from all the other Rovers Katie yeah so so much talked a little bit about how the the shape of the the rocks the shape of the stromatolites is only one way you can identify a potential bio signature the March twenty twenty rover has as part of its instrument payload a series of instrument that can not only take images of the rocks but also mapped out their composition and whether they have organics in them and that's really exciting in terms of building a case for a bio signatures not just what you see but also what the rocks are made of and whether they have organics anyway okay let's say you're fine stromatolites anyway to get them back to earth you've never found some valuable information right it will March twenty twenty is the first mission in a potential series a mission whose objectives is to bring Mar samples back to earth and so our job with March twenty twenty is to find the best possible samples we cannot jezero crater and and and cash them and collect them on the service for possible future mission to go pick them up and so use are you saying that you can identify positively identify as stromatolite with the equipment that you have on the rover you know we can make a really good case for one but it will not gonna be able to posit to positively identify the signs of life likely into we get those samples home if we get them home Mitch how are you gonna know how old the Martian stromatolite fossils are if you find well there are a variety of ways of doing that one of the things that we see here in Australia is that there are different kinds of rocks in which these these microfossils are in case and there are minerals in those that can be radiometrically dated the other way that we can do that is look at layers above and below where the microphone microfossils exist we can often date those kinds of minerals as well so on Mars what will what will try to do is collect some rocks that the that contain these kinds of minerals that we can radiometrically date so we can actually trying to pin down the date that those microfossils if they exist hi Katie what about the recent detection of math thing on Mars is that make you feel like you might find stromatolite Sir any forms of other kinds of former life the methane detection by the curiosity rover and gale crater is very exciting from after biological perspective we don't quite know exactly why receiving that signal on the the time skills that we are in jail I think it does increase our our excitement about the chances of finding life and for us on March twenty twenty ancient life on the surface of Mars is it fair is it but basically thought among scientists challenges who now work on Mars that it's a given that might you know might have been life on Mars one one time or another given that the all the water in the evidence of water there has been made yes so that's that's really one of the reasons that we are excited about Mars is because we do see this evidence on March the surface that there was water in and marches past and knowing that you know Mars and earth there's sort of similar geologically some of the kind of environment that we think existed on Mars long ago are the kind of environment we see these this evidence preserved here on earth so it is very exciting and the possibility we think it is there that wife could have started on March as well how far how far is this rover gonna roll around how many days what is the link that says the three three hour tour I mean what are we talking about here also the the the prime mission for the for the the prime mission is currently for one bars year which is about two earth years so we'll and that has the capability to traverse about twenty kilometers we've seen from our previous role is that they're capable of doing better than that but that the mission design is for twenty kilometers so that gives us a lot of range to be able to do that and having the mission be for one March your gives us a lot of time and have you put are you are you putting the the rover down in a spot that you think is most likely to find evidence of life yeah that's the idea and so in selecting the landing site was a process that involve the entire science community so we had a series of workshops to define what would be the best place to send the rover and so through this series of workshops and then making the decision that at NASA headquarters we chose in general crater partly because we see evidence of a river coming into what was once a lake that filled this crater that that Katie talked about and so we see various types of minerals in from orbital data that also indicate that there were environments that would've been conducive to hosting life at least how how did they go out on the field there match this week in Australia I was really great so we as you mentioned we had both the March twenty twenty and the X. of Mars twenty twenty rover change here and there was a lot of great collaboration and great cross talk and I think it really open people's eyes to see these rocks firsthand could you read about these you know if your geologist like I am you this is one of those bucket list places you have to go to see the some of the oldest evidence of life on earth and I think the the scientists were really excited to come here and see these rocks for themselves so it's been a really great week do you have a bunch Katie is there are there are cavalcade of instruments on board this rover I mean what kinds of instruments will it happen yes there are we have we have a bunch of new instruments and some updated instruments from the curiosity rover so we have improved cameras we have some geochemistry instruments as well of the map at as well as the mapping instruments I talked about we also have the ability to see into the subsurface with our radar instrument and we have a technology demonstration to produce oxygen from CO two in the Martian atmosphere my money back let me back that up again the you you're gonna make oxygen of the CO two that's right is that.

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"mars  twenty" Discussed on SPACE NEWS POD

SPACE NEWS POD

03:13 min | 2 years ago

"mars twenty" Discussed on SPACE NEWS POD

"No minimum listenership to start making money with anchor. So if you wanna make a little bit of money while having a cool podcast while download the crap or go to anchored up f m to get started. So the Mars twenty twenty Rover is still there's more things that's gonna go on with this stack. They have to stack it up. They have to put the things in order in order to make sure that everything fits properly, and then they have to unstuck it. So the Rovers in their while va dummy Rovers in there, and they have to take it out. They have to unassembled everything. And then they have to put the regular Rover back in there. The real Rover back in there to make sure that everything works with the real Rover as well. They'll do some testing. And then and only then once it pass those tests it'll be ready to launch to Mars in twenty twenty. A NASA spokesperson said until the hold down bolts on the atlas rocket blow in a Rover is headed to Mars in July of twenty twenty. There is almost always something being assembled tested or modified. Now, let's get into the brains of the operation the brings of the Rover the Rover compute element the RC. E? There's two of these things on the Rover. Now, that's for redundancy of one bringing goes down somehow doesn't work. There's always going to be a spare brain in the remote compute element interfaces with engineering functions of the Rover over two networks which follow an aerospace industry standard designed especially for the high reliability requirements of airplanes and space crafts and this thing will directly interface with Rover instruments for exchange of commands and science data. So without these two brains. None of the science would be happening in this Rover assembly for the March twenty twenty mission while they have cameras that are going to film, everything the entry descent in lane. Ding cameras will capture better than ever recordings of the events that deliver the Rover to the surface of Mars. They have up look camera to record. The parachute. They have a descent stage, which looks down that will view the Rover from above. It has an uplift camera another one that see the descent stage in operation as lowers the Rover from the crazy sky crane, and they also have down look camera that will be viewing the ground underneath everything. These cameras will be recording. What happens when the Rover actually lands how much sand and rock is blown into the atmosphere by the retro rockets. How does the landing system move is the Rover nears the surface, and how do the wheels and legs respond when the Rover finally puts all its weight down on the surface of the red

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"mars  twenty" Discussed on Liftoff

Liftoff

04:34 min | 2 years ago

"mars twenty" Discussed on Liftoff

"I think they're already is again about this this particular cut. Yeah. It's it's it's one of the decayed Broussard priorities of the scientific community. It's a it's an important project. The administration doesn't wanna fund I think I think that the administration is basically saying you need to you need to get the James Webb. We're not gonna pay for two of these telescope project simultaneously. So you're just gonna have to delay this until you get the James Webb up, but it is an important instrument, and it's a high scientific priority. And as we saw last year in the end, congress would not. Would not take it, and it's a different congress now, but still congress would not would not accept this. That w I got put back in. So it may yet be saved. But once again, they're trying to kill it. Yeah. So speaking of James Webb and Europe clipper before both see slight increases again despite ongoing issues, but James Webb and the instrumentation changes with the clipper both of those missions are moving forward in this budget. So. There James Webb is just gonna happen. Eventually, I suppose to keep working on it. It also adds funds for the Mars sample return mission. So this is a several part mission where the Mars twenty twenty Rover would gather samples for a future return mission. And that's what this budget funds is that second stage of that were those samples come back to two part thing. It's been spoken about for a long time. And I think it's fantastic that it gets funded in this budget. Yeah. It's a it's a good sign. Yeah. Because March twenty twenty is going to gather the rocks. My neighbors. My neighbor's daughter actually was an intern JPL and worked on that project the sample return. But then you have to somebody get the samples and then launch them back to Mars orbit. And then go from Mars back to earth, which is a lot of steps. But they're continuing to push it. And I like the fact that Mars twenty twenty starting it out like they are they are going to collect samples. Yeah. We talk about moon moon rocks marris samples because all of the instruments. We have. There are great. But they're not the same as instruments. We have back on if we could get some samples, but that requires yes, you gotta pick it up you gonna fire rocket off the surface of Mars back to Mars orbit which we've never done and then back to earth, which we've never done. So it's a lot. It's a lot. But I think it's I think it's exciting. There is no money for the office of stem engagement, Josh again, again, which I find infuriating again. I just. This is one of those things, right? Where we have to remember NASA federal agency and its budget is dictated by politics and politicians, and I just can't stand behind that decision in any way. But moving on before having aneurysm. We need to talk about the LS, which means it's time for the S L S segment space launch system segment explaining geopolitics, mechanical systems, engineering achievements, news and trivia, I think at the song. Oh, man. I mean, it's sort of sat. Okay. I'll do. I'll segma-. That sums it up pretty. Pretty nice. So there's a lot going on here. And I think I've done my best. I did a lot of reading. And I think I've got all the details straight. So the budget makes changes to the SOS roadmaps unnecess- next big rocket. It was it has been designed from the beginning to have multiple blocks. So this was a rocket that was not going to to roll off the assembly line in its final form they were going to be several generations of this rocket each one more capable than the previous one both in terms of payload capability, but also reach as far as how how far we could get that payload away from earth, and these stages are called blocks had blocked one block one b and then block to buck one coming..

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"mars  twenty" Discussed on Liftoff

Liftoff

04:00 min | 2 years ago

"mars twenty" Discussed on Liftoff

"So we know that Mars has an atmosphere it's far thinner than ours. And the thought the theory has been that Sola wind basically shifted away over time mavens findings basically back that up and it's also himself looking at water looking at the the ice caps, but maven has an fuel to last through twenty thirty or so so it is being re purposed in part to become a communications relay for the Morris twenty twenty Rover. So instead of having to talk back to earth direc-. Actually, the Rover can talk to maven which convincing data back faster than the river would be able to able to on its own. So to do this. The team is lowering the orbit of maven around Mars. So right now, it's circling Mars like of five point three times a day. It's going to be able to bump it up to six point eight you'll have better coverage more flyovers to get the data from the Rover, and then handed back off to the deep space network when it's incite so sort of getting ready kinda getting things in place and another step towards having a another Rover on the red planet. I love the idea of as I've said on this show before the idea that we've got a bunch of satellites around Mars now, and we can use them for communication, and this is another great example where this thing was only on a relatively short mission two years, but it's still got fuel to spare for more than a decade. And. And they've done. These aero breaking new verse before in order to sample the atmosphere. So just doing it again changing it to be a little bit better. Located for. Doing a job as a relay satellites such a cool thing to have them be flexible in this way. I would imagine that this is something that was talked about all along as part of shaven. But they don't necessarily talk about that stuff publicly. But I think if you're doing game planning for Mars missions, everybody is talking to everybody else about the hardware. That's going to be there when they're there in order to make their missions work. Well, and this this is a cool. Cool bit teamwork. Yeah. Absolutely. So you mentioned the Arab breaking said they're not using a ton of fuel to do this basically just enough fuel to drop a little bit lower than the drag will pull it into the orbit that they want right? That's gonna take like three hundred sixty orbits or two and a half months to slow is very gradual process. But doing that means that they can basic serve that fuel. So if they need to make judgements down the road to say stay in contact with March twenty twenty then they have the fuel. They can. The thrusters then, but they want to reserve that as long as possible, and they can they can do this. With just physics without atmosphere is providing that force slowing them down instead of them just blasting their thrusters. And it's it's brilliant. Yep. -solutely? So so yes, so maven will press on into service for you know, a least another decade. It sounds like servicing Mars twenty twenty and I would assume future Martian programs. You know, like you said everyone's talking other if they're things further down the road for the out. Maybe this isn't the compensation for that as well. Yeah, looks recycling is what I'm saying. It's really good. It's it's it's very cool to see this the robustness of the spacecraft to that's the other thing that strikes me about all this is that you know, I I realized this is part of the game now. But it's the, oh, well, it's gonna last two years or, you know, fifteen. Like, I love that about it. But they need to make them this robust. And if they get them to to work, right? And there aren't equipment failures. They can last a lot longer than than planned. And that's a that's really awesome. So we have to talk about this. I've really was trying to avoid it because I just want to hit head. But there is something telling about the note that I have in this section of our little document being why was this thing?.

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"mars  twenty" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"mars twenty" Discussed on AP News

"Insight Mars Rover settles in on its mission. Three more Landers. And at least two orbiters will be doing further exploring of the red planet. Now says Mars twenty twenty hunt for rocks might hold evidence of ancient microbial life, and stash it in a safe place for return to earth in the early twenties thirties, the european-russian ex Omar's also sniff out possible pass life drilling. A couple yards down for chemical fossils. The Chinese Mars twenty twenty feature both in orbiter and Lander and the United Arab Emirates aims to send its for spacecraft to Mars in twenty twenty the Orbiter's named hope or a mall in Arabic. Wild sockeye salmon being sold in the refrigerated. I'll of some New York stores may be straight from the fish farm. New York Attorney General Barbara Underwood says in a report that more than one fourth of the seafood her office sampled in a statewide supermarket. Survey was mislabeled Underwood says mislabeling of certain popular species was rampant. She says farm salmon was frequently sold as wild and fish sold. His red snapper or lemon sole were more often different varieties some retailers identified as selling mislabeled fish said they're taking steps to rectify their seafood labeling. Hi. I'm Megan crane AP digital manager and host of the podcast ground game. A look at the top political issues bubbling up around the country ahead of this year's midterm elections. It's available on apple podcasts and podcast one. While you're there, be sure to subscribe rate and review it that's the podcast ground game. We radio news. I'm Rita Foley. The.

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"mars  twenty" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:08 min | 2 years ago

"mars twenty" Discussed on AP News

"Adler says pack your patience because he could be the busiest yet, another holiday and more record crowds on the move one hundred hundred twelve million Americans will be traveling more than fifty miles away from home this year, and that is the highest travel volume on record since Tripoli started tracking into your travel back in two thousand one. And it's a four percent increase from three thousand seventeen. That's triple A spokeswoman tamra Johnson who says many vacation. Planned to travel to warm weather destinations locations, like Florida, California, the Dominican Republic, Mexico and Hawaii are all very popular this year's holiday travel period begins December twenty second Shelley after Washington. As the insight Mars Rover settles in on its mission. Three more Landers. And at least two orbiters will be doing further exploring of the red planet. Now says Mars twenty twenty hunt for Roxette Meinhold evidence of ancient microbial life, and stash it in a safe place for return to earth in the early twenty twenties thirties, the European Russian ex Omar's also sniff out possible pass life drilling. A couple yards down for chemical fossils. The Chinese Mars twenty twenty feature both in orbiter and Lander and the United Arab Emirates aims to send its first spacecraft to Mars in twenty twenty the Orbiter's named hope or a mall in Arabic. Australia's illegal expand to twelve clubs over the next two seasons. Football federation, Australia has decided to award licenses to new teams based in western Melbourne and south west Sydney FFA says the western Melbourne group will enter the league in October in time for the twenty nineteen twenty twenty season the MacArthur, south west Sydney bid based in Campbelltown will enter the national top flight competition for the twenty twenty twenty one season FFA chief executive David gallop says one of the key strengths of the western Melbourne group was the proposal to build Australia's. First major soccer owned and soccer specific stadium, which will be ready in twenty twenty two. New White House chief of staff named I'm Tim Maguire with an AP newsmen of President Trump turns to someone inside the White House as his new chief of staff, Mike Grassi explains. After choppy process that saw at least two candidates bowel out President Donald Trump has settled on White House. Budget director, Mick Mulvaney, as his new chief of staff Mulvaney will replace John Kelly who departs after serving as chief of staff for more than a year. White House says Mulvaney will also continue as budget director with his top assistant handling the day to day operations, a seventy seven year old girl from Guatemala who died after being picked up by the border patrol appeared to be in good health. When she was first detained homeland security secretary cures to Nielsen tells Fox News channel continue to look into the situation. But again, I cannot stress how dangerous journey is little girl and her father when a group of more than one hundred sixty people many of them children found a rugged area of New Mexico about ninety miles from a border patrol post. I'm Tim Maguire. AP digital news back in a moment. Holiday tips and wine stories from Kristen, and Paula total wine and more sweetness of a maple glazed ham paired with a bourbon, barely edged cabernet..

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AP News

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"mars twenty" Discussed on AP News

"Ships harnessed the free and endless supply of wind power. Sometimes they don't even look like sales some are shaped like spinning columns, but they represent a cheap and reliable way to reduce CO two emissions for an industry. That depends on particularly dirty form of fossil fuels the interest. In sale tech took on greater urgency after the International Maritime Organization reached an agreement in April two slash emissions. By fifty percent by twenty fifty transports contribution to earth warming. Emissions are in focus as negotiators gather for UN talks to hash out. Details of the two thousand fifteen Paris accord on curbing global warming. Progress in reducing the number of malaria cases, a stalled after years of global declines, according to the World Health Organization, the W H O said there were about two hundred nineteen million cases of malaria in 2017 up two million from the previous year. It had been dropping between twenty ten and two thousand fifteen with some increases in two thousand sixteen most of the cases of the disease were in ten African countries along with India as the insight Mars Rover settles in on its mission. Three more Landers, and at least two orbiters they'll be doing further exploring of the red planet. Now says Mars twenty twenty hunt for Roxette might hold evidence of ancient microbial life, and stash it in a safe place for return to earth in the early twenty thirties. The european-russian X Omar's will also sniff out possible pass life drilling. A couple yards down for chemical fossils. The Chinese Mars twenty twenty feature both in orbiter and Lander and the United Arab Emirates aims to send its first spacecraft to Mars twenty twenty. Orbiters named hope or a mall in Arabic. Hi. I'm Megan crane AP digital manager and host of the podcast ground game. Look at the top political issues bubbling up around the country ahead of this year's midterm elections. It's available on apple podcast and podcast one. While you're there be sort of scribe rate and review it that's the podcast ground game. Eighteen.

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600 WREC

04:25 min | 2 years ago

"mars twenty" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Hey, how're you? Doing quiet. Good, man. This is one of the best shows. I think girded a long long time. Well, thank you. Eero? Very welcome going back to the opening where you are. Old opportunity you were over getting stuck in the back in. News. Yeah. Yeah. The I thought that gave the my mind is well what happens when we have a vehicle wandering around on earth that get stuck in the sand or the snow or whatever like that. And. The thing that comes to mind is that something comes along and tries to render assistance. Like what? Well, like, a triple a tow truck or something like that in is. So it hooked up and says, oh, well, you know, obviously, the problem was the CFO is the batteries dead. So it up and it. Fires it up then. And you know, of course, they're selling out there actually, sending up Mars twenty twenty Rover saying that up should be on Mars soons can be landing. It's the exploration Rover that they're sending out. There was opportunity and now's the Mars twenty twenty Rover keep setting up Rovers to replace the other Rovers. But yeah, I mean, I don't know if you're going to be able to reprogram or otherwise turn on opportunity because it's been shut down its batteries are dead because it's not getting energy from from the sun. What about a an extra crust real low the sisters kind of thing by or they're not doing? Well. Here's a thing. They're not doing well understand. What's that? Stuck in the sand. And so it tries it. Charge it back up and if burst out of signal, but it wasn't complete. So we receive a signal, and we think, oh, well there's opportunity. Oh, wait. No. It couldn't be up. A single is too late. And that's my whole. Well, that's the thing. Like that. It was something. Like that. Nasa never said, it was that. There was no other Rover curiosity showing up and saying, oh, we're sending a signal to say we turned on opportunity didn't happen. And so it's a it's funny. But no that didn't happen to Steven in Texas. Hi, Steve Young ground zero. Hey, how're you doing? It's curious. My dad actually live near Roswell. When the big event happened. The biggest story one and he had a first person account of that event. I was curious. If y'all wanted to hear that in what way was the first person account. He was about a five year old boy actually driving into Roswell without my grandmother and sell the event happened and from his perspective the story that he told me why that because later on ended up working for the Apollo program, and what's actually had a. Whole bunch of location for a whole bunch of conspiracy theories happened, but looking back on it when he was older said it looked at him like a only missile tests, like something like it was early development of a missile that just lights and all sorts of weird stuff on it. But. Across the guy. He said when he looked back on it as an adult. He said it looked like an early version of a missile that just went absolutely a wall. Yeah. Roswell stephen. That's very good Roswell. Apparently, a lot of you believe a saucer crash there. They said a saucer grasp, but no he didn't look like a saucer at all it looked like it had wings. It looked very advancing advanced rocket of some kind. You're right. They in fact, they call it a missile in the radio broadcast. They said the missile was found last week. They call it a saucer, and they call it a missile. They call it a number of things. And so I just think it was an immediate taking liberties with the word flying saucer..

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"mars  twenty" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"mars twenty" Discussed on KTOK

"Hey, this is one of the best shows. I think girded a long long time. Thank you. Eero? Very welcome going back to the opening where you're not. About the role opportunity. You were over getting stuck in the back in June. Yeah. Yeah. I thought they gave the my mind is. Well, what happens when we have a vehicle wandering around on earth that get stuck in the sand or the snow or whatever like that. And. The thing that comes to mind is that something comes along and tries to render assistance. Like what? Well, like, a triple a tow truck or something like that in and so. Hooked up and says, oh, well, you know, obviously, the problem was the vehicle is the batteries dead. So it up and it. Fires it up then. And you know, I was actually setting up a Mars twenty twenty Rover saying that up should be on Mars soons can be landing. It's the exploration Rover bed. They're sending out. There was you know, opportunity announced the Mars twenty twenty Rover they keep sending up Rovers to replace the other Rovers. But yeah, I mean, I don't know if they're going to be able to reprogram or otherwise turn on opportunity because it's been shut down its its batteries are dead because it's not getting an energy from from the sun. What about an extraterrestrial road assistance kinda thing by or they're not doing? Well. Here's a thing. Not doing. Well. I can understand. What's that? Stuck in the sand. And so it tries it. The charge it back up and burst out a signal, but it wasn't complete. So we receive a signal, and we think, oh, well there's opportunity. Oh, wait. No. It couldn't be up the. Single that. That's my whole. Well, that's the thing. Soaping like that. It was something. Like that. Nasa never said, it was that. There was no other, you know, Rover curiosity showing up saying, oh, we're sending a signal to say we turned on opportunity didn't happen. And so it's it's funny. But no that didn't happen. Go down to go to Steven in Texas. Hi, Steve Young ground zero. Hey, how're you doing? It's curious. My dad actually live near Roswell. When the big event happened the biggest oracle one, and he had a first person account of that event. I was curious if you wanted to hear that in what way was the first person account about a five year old boy, actually, driving into Roswell without my grandmother and all the event happened and from his perspective the story that he told me was that because later on he ended up working for the Apollo program and actually had a whole bunch of location for a whole bunch of conspiracy theories happened, but looking back on it when he was older said it looked at him like a only missile tests, like something like it was early development of a missile that just lights and all sorts of weird stuff on it. But across the sky he said when he looked back on it as an adult. He said it looked like an early version of a missile that just went absolutely a wall. Yeah. Roswell. Roswell. Apparently, a lot of you believe a saucer crash there. They said a saucer crash. But no, he didn't look like a saucer at all it looked like it had wings. It looked very advanced like advanced rocket of some kind. You're right. They in fact, they call it a missile in the radio broadcast. They said the missile was found last week. They call it a saucer, and they call it a missile. They call it a number of things. And so I think it was an immediate taking liberties with the word flying saucer. Yeah. I just wanted to things I figured I'd give you all the first person sank you pay.

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"mars  twenty" Discussed on Dear Hank and John

Dear Hank and John

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"mars twenty" Discussed on Dear Hank and John

"So it's a very it's about the size of a house. So it goes from the size of like a like a log of wood to that. You would throw on a fire to the size of a house in a fourth of a second. So that's a lot of pressure. And it is a sudden and tremendous amount of weight that is yanking on all of these nylon fibers and all of the stitching and of the fabric. So the the parachute opened perfectly at supersonic speeds with a load of sixty seven thousand pounds the heaviest payload for a parachute ever any parachute and eighty five percent heavier than the payload that Mars twenty twenty. Parachute. We'll have to slow during its two sent toward Mars. So, you know, as they do at NASA, this is planned to succeed way beyond where it will have to succeed, and it is succeeded quite well. So that's great news from ours. Twenty twenty the parachute is functional. The Rover body is getting painted right now, the chassis is is complete and they're all the the holes drilled in it and all the instruments are still under construction for the most part, and but we'll be being finished up soon and shipped over to start being assembled into the final Rover. It's just amazing. Didn't the first Mars Rover didn't curiosity? Not use a parachute. Or did it? Use a parachute. It used a parachute. So it's a combination of multiple slowing system. So users air shooters. There's there's the rockets that fire toward the surface of Mars. Yeah. I mean, technically the first slowdown is just the capsule hitting the atmosphere. And so that was down a lot. And then the parachute opens to slow don't even further because if the parachute opened at like at the like when it first hit the atmosphere, the parachute would totally rip off because it'd be fast. So it's on a lot just by going through the atmosphere. Then the parachute opens, then it drops the parachute. And it gets lowered by this ridiculous sky crane thing placed carefully on the surface of Mars, which is I can't frigging believe it worked even now. Wait, a sky crane will land on Mars I and then lower the Rover down. No. The sky crane is is a crane that is suspended in the sky by retro rockets. So it oh, wow. That is cool. Yeah. It's pretty cool. It's just completely boggles. My mind how much engineering brilliance goes into this? They just there was just a problem on the international space station where there was this like pinprick sized hole. And they had to patch it or whatever. I don't really remember the details. What I remember is. They were like what probably caused this is human error when doing the stitching, and I was like, oh, right. All of this stuff. That is going into space is made by people somehow. I had not internal. Yeah. Yeah. It's pretty amazing like with they're talking about building the chassis from us twenty twenty. They're talking about like drilling the holes that the instruments will connect to and they drill each one by hand. And they they do a pilot hole. And then they do a second pilot hole to make sure that they're in the exact right spot. And then they do the final trip. Bill because like every hole, of course, needs to be like perfectly and exactly the right spot. But it's done by a person there's person with a drill. Yeah. Like, we are not a species of artificial intelligence, or whatever we are a biological phenomenon. Like, turning cloth and metal into space stations. Yeah. Anyway, that's what you should tell your interviewer when they're tell them a bit about you. And every one of those people came out of a person. It's humans all the way down Hanky for ponding with me..

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"mars  twenty" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

The Church of What's Happening Now

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"mars twenty" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

"And this was like we were out there like in scary Ville how many days to be on this show. Mar twenty one in a row all out in Sylmar out. And so more fucking state sound with one. It was. It was. It was a true story. It was about a meeting the most popular one on Radford, it's Monday night. That's where if you wanna sell a script, you go up there and make believe you're Holly. Because all the time directors stuff going there. Seriously. The guy who got this movie made was guy who play hockey went to that meeting on Mondays, gutting networking, and he would network was all heavy duty people, Monday nights day everybody, the guy from office and the gentlemen. Do you suck dick. Dude, he's up there all the top Hollywood. Anyway, because their own little surplus. A true story in the seventies, there was a robbery. The two people went into the meeting and hitting the meeting at held. Everybody kept it for twelve hours. This guy found out about it, roll the story about it. So when they got listened to the weirdest thing, Greg Garcia, when I did the episode with you of, let's Lantam fire. If you look at my tooth, it's black people think that make up the -partment that that was my cocaine habit. Okay. The drip was already starting eat this and that will on the tooth and I caught it and I gave onto a dentist, dentists like it's gonna cost you. It was a day before Christmas. Fifteen hundred five hundred done. I'll see. Eight..

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"mars  twenty" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"mars twenty" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Rover is actually sniffing it and so what does it mean that we found it well it's it it's not constant and this was a huge surprise we did not expect this is still a mystery as to why however we now know that there's organic matter in the ground and that organic matter has that car urban that could go through different types of processes and end up as methane seeping out of the ground in into the atmosphere and perhaps there's a process that's changing when it releases the methane and when it doesn't so you have all the dots but you haven't connected them that's right we need we need more information we really do and so hopefully the next set of missions will help resolve some of that we have the xm mars rover i mentioned there's also the nasa mars twenty twenty rover and hopefully that one will cash the right samples to bring home through the march sample camp return campaign and we'll bring those samples into labs here on earth some day and get to really dive in deep you've you've been working on this longtime amateur yes i have very exciting say it's really like a little bit of a dream come truly we've gotten this far this is just the next step we need the search for for life on mars and particularly the ancient life is really intriguing because on mars we have rocks that are super old that we don't have on earth and if we can learn about whether or not life started on mars and what that was like perhaps we'll learn a little bit more of a how life started on earth so when do you stop holding your breath i don't know that i will the european mission happening marsh both happening in twenty twenty both of the both the mars coin twenty and x mars twenty twenty restaurants are calling them and so the the drilling will commence and when we get that magic moment coming back how soon what might we know oh i imagine that's going to be in twenty twenty one or twenty twenty two as about rain promised to come back and talk about sure i'd be happy to we'd be happy to have you jennifer i wrote his is an author.

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"mars  twenty" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"mars twenty" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Two thousand nine during her first week mr mars twenty four you're as mr myers twentyfouryearold assistant laura trimble alba jn said that the architect who was then seventy five years old invited her to his apartment to celebrate her new job when she arrived she said she off he offered her a glass of wine showed her photographs of naked women he had taken and then asked her to interest she declined and left what is it is it is it is it the boehner pills excuse my language is that the cialis viagra that is allowing men to have this disgusting attitude well into their seventies can we blame it on pharmacology what can we blame it on senility in effort somehow forgot no longer care what your mom i think of you would my mother approve of me pulling out my thing in public and say hey baby look at this i do not understand but apparently lots of men love to do this stuff i don't get it fifteen minutes after three o'clock anything on your mind you wanna talk about feel free four two four twelve sixty tomorrow because today is march thirteenth what would that make tomorrow tomorrow will be the fourteenth tomorrow it'd be three fourteen tomorrow it'd be three point one four that would make tomorrow pi day for all the nerds out there for me it's lemon meringue key lime chocolate banana cream but despite a pi day three point one four have fun on pi day all right quick time out coming up on sixty minutes after three o'clock fifty six degrees right now tuck come back and we'll tell you.

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