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"megan mcarthur" Discussed on News/Talk/Sports 94.9 WSJM

News/Talk/Sports 94.9 WSJM

07:54 min | 11 months ago

"megan mcarthur" Discussed on News/Talk/Sports 94.9 WSJM

"Thirty four here in benton harbor and we're starting in the day or the morning show on ninety four point nine. wsj 'em and you Got a lot of things going today. today is wednesday but it also is national sandwich day celebrating america's favorite lunch item If you ever wondered why is it called sandwich. I know you're you're always one of those People that's like why do they call this that well. Why do you think they call sandwich. Sandwich is named after earl wasn't it. Yeah the earl the earl of sandwich. I don't know if his name was earl but he was the earl Which i don't know a. He's he's english And he invented this in the eighteenth century. And i don't really know what an earl is like. You know there's earls there's dukes there's all these things things in in england that i can't figure out Actually it was talking about that. The other day is like you know i. I wish they had that in the united states. Because you know there's people that are knighted or their dukes or their their ladies or their sirs. I think we need to have something like that. Here we've got you know the medal of honor but we don't have as many different tiers of things for for different people that are great thing pave either. Do they get paid from the government like the queen. You don't. I don't know i don't know if you give money if you i think i think he's just get the The metal and the honor. I guess so. It probably helps you get tables at a restaurant and they had lords too. Yeah they have lords and ladies. Yeah yeah. I don't. I don't know that'd be cool if they had that here Here's another thing. I mentioned earlier the calm before the storm or Reading between the lines. The reason i'm doing all that is because it's cliche day wonderful day. Yeah so in case you didn't know cliches and overused phrase that lacks any original thought proving than all glitter isn't gold Or things like Someone up on the wrong side of the bed. I know you this is. This is like your favorite day. This is like your christmas. This is your fourth of july. This is your favorite day. Well let's not beat a dead horse exactly Time heals all wounds. That's that's another one There's a million cliches. And i'm sure a lot of people use them every single day today. A get an excuse to use it. Also national housewives day recognizing the millions of hard working housewives. Stay at home moms. Who do everything and are often Taken for granted especially when the past couple of years. They've not only been stay at home. Moms and housewives but also a lot of kids have been doing their class work from home and doing home schooling. So that's another added thing not only. Are you doing all that stuff around the house and taking care of the home but also basically becoming the the home school teacher as well. Some of them are breadwinners to write and bet and breadwinners. Yeah and the other one's bring home the bacon. Yeah i feel like this. It's got be a long day of cliches. But i'm okay with it It's also world jellyfish day so you can enjoy also I saw this and thought it was pretty cool They didn't make a sandwich on the space station. But did you know they were growing peppers taco or something and they had. They had like a fajita night. Oh fajita night. I saw picture Just yesterday nasa are astronaut megan mcarthur at a taco and space with Stuff with beef rehydrated tomatoes Those sound delicious also artichokes and these chilis. They grew on the international space station. I didn't know they were trying to grow stuff. Oh that's pretty cool. yeah. I don't know if i'd want to you. Imagine if you something like that or tried to have a fish dinner ryan air smell. You're right it's only think of the soil too. I assume they're using some sort of fertilizer or or something Maybe they were doing a hydroponic style. But they're probably doing something to help this stuff. Grow that probably stunk. They probably have a way to filter the air. So get rid of that. I'm sure there's an exhaust fan unless they have a big tank of a breeze. The yeah especially the fact that their bathroom is like they have to strap in to get into the toilet. I just hope. I just hope those tacos they they acted alright That because that would not have been a fun time to go to the east wing of the space station. There's any privacy in the bathroom there. I like a separate compartment or something everything i've seen. It's a curtain because everybody else would know. Exactly what's going on in there. Wouldn't have any hardly any privacy at all exactly or whether if you want to. Well i guess they do have some way of taking a shower thing. So i understand. Yeah i assume at some sort of dry kind of wash their dry cleaning themselves. I don't know. I don't know how that works a wet naps. I always wanted to work for nasa but that that dream stopped at like age. Ten so i didn't. I missed that chapter of thinking about where the bathroom was. I didn't get to that point yet. But maybe i'll do some research and let you know we are starting the day in filling your brain with useless knowledge but before then go to. Wsj dot com and learn more about the great grocery giveaway with our friends. At rogers food and learn. Hollywood south saint joe your chance to win A lot of groceries. You just gonna guess the proper or the right price for What's in the cart that we have a rogers foodland so get all the details. See the video and also see it in person over rogers food land so more learn more about that. Great grocery giveaway But speaking of food and things Did you know corned beef. The reason it has that name. Do you know You're probably looking at the sheet of paper that at moment. I'm looking for it right now. But corned beef is corn beef corned beef. I can't tell you it's I thought i thought it was because you'd put like pepper corns and things like that and the mix when you were doing corn beef. It's actually because of large grains of rock salt. Death is if i remember correctly before refrigeration That's how they preserved meat. Okay we're putting salt on it interesting. Yeah yeah that makes sense why ham and you have a ham just sitting somewhere on the table and you just pull from that and curing it. I guess is what that salt would have done if you watch movies from the old days. Yeah you see walking down the street. All these chickens and geese and brian whatever hanging from vendor because they didn't have any way to you know the refrigerator they didn't have any ice cubes back then and even then they had the giant blocks of ice taking you have. That's why they had the icebox. Because you just put a giant block ice and there and hope that keep everything cool right But these corns. They actually called the Large grains of rock song corns of salt. So they used to treat that made to sugar and spice and all things nice were added to there to make it absolutely delicious. Man i love a good corned beef. You know that that's more appetizing than soap. Beef salted beef. So where'd you care for some salted beef. No.

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"megan mcarthur" Discussed on The BOB & TOM Show Free Podcast

The BOB & TOM Show Free Podcast

08:16 min | 1 year ago

"megan mcarthur" Discussed on The BOB & TOM Show Free Podcast

"Do you own or rent your home. Sure you do. And i'll bet it can be hard work you know what's easy bundling policies with geico geico makes it easy to bundle your homeowner's or renter's insurance along with your auto policy. It's a good thing too because you already have so much to do around your home. Go to geico dot com. Get a quote and see how much you could save. It's gyco easy visit. Geico dot com. Today that's geiko dot com main station astronaut celebrating her fiftieth birthday with a special ice cream delivery. The astronauts spacex is latest cargo. Delivery arrived at the international space station with enough ice cream for megan mcarthur and her crewmates. Macarthur said quote. No one's ever sent me a spaceship for my birthday before. I appreciate it. Oh you have found astronauts. Would you watch a movie called fat. Do that in the eighties. I mean john candy chris. farley fat astronauts. What's his name harland williams. He should be in fat ass. He was rocket man so they could have rocket manage fat fat suit on them. Hang on you haven't hurt my pin. All right he's a fat kid always wanted to be an astronaut. He gets into the program and then he loses weight and space. You know what if not a bad pitch. But i'm against this. I know more fat suits in hollywood. There are plenty of fat people that want the work a need. The work is that right. That's right all right. You need to be fat. Yeah casta right now. We can have jack black as he was the astronauts and now he's a little too all these the commander. Yeah what's her name. Her name is megan mcarthur megan mcarthur in addition to ice cream. The ship also carried lemons cherry tomatoes avocados and a couple tons of research another gear. But still that's nice throwing a little ice cream for the birthday gal. She's for honolulu first. Non foreigner not exactly not even american. That's very very odd. They center up in our space station. Certainly are what ice cream would you ask for christie. You're gonna. We've about this i apologize. I forgot that's right. You and i share the same one. This is your first fight. I prefer the french vanilla. Okay yes. I forgot that we have the the being in it off. is french vanilla. Just where you it's regular ice cream but you just use your tongue. Sometimes in the commercials they have like vanilla bean of their scraping black Don't you want to try that. Yes i bought some of that actually like vanilla bean and the means. What are you my friend online delicious madagascar vanilla. Well that sounds like. I eat blood vanilla illegal illegal the finest. What ice cream would you take up there but butter butter cookie and cream ninety five years. He's right that is trader. Joe's whole foods wholefoods has you can't you can't stand up for your else. I've had it at your house or cookie. I loved it out. It's ok well. they're no take. Go get that up there with your copy of cocoon at an old people's eyes. I've always got an old people old people's ice cream that many children enjoys them because they're not offered anything else. Did you chocolate or vanilla chocolate sauce on the vanilla ice cream. Of course this is absolutely true in our household my family my mother and father brother and sister. However you want to refer to. They called that dope chocolate dope. We're no kid is what they said you you would say. Can i get some chocolate dope and they ford on your dog or is that a regional thing. That's a little either that or they were drug dealers. I don't know i have no idea. Remember the first time he had cracking. Do you remember that stuff. Put it on. It would hardened. Oh yes my grandfather. And my grandpa always had that and i thought he was the only one in the world yet realize that anybody could get it. Life changing is so hurt shell right. Yeah it was. It wasn't yes it was not as tasty it wasn't but it was cool as a kid. It was like wow isn't it. Got crazy salaries though isn't probably. I'm sure it's mostly plastic fun out of him. I'm getting ice cream tonight. I wanna wash my figure you don't get me. I'm not doing that. Yeah but yeah you probably do. Go god just get to scopes. Yeah have a treat hitting the pad. Thai pretty hard. They're trying now. I don't know. I know why can't have a cinnamon roll. I can have got to be able to say no do cinnamon. That's right well. If she doesn't have a cinnamon roll than we can have more cinnamon rolls have half my other one and a half a willing. Hey go to tablespoons two hundred ten calories for your magic shell. That's not bad. That's a lot for the next for that week. Just part of the in every parking lot just park in the back and walk. Enjoy yourself ice cream. Get the bigger size little peanut butter on there. That's my thing peanut butter on vanilla ice cream. My goodness not all right. That's what i say. Why i say why i say. Why not. a reason. Study has found foods containing claiming to contain wild. Mushrooms rarely do have wild mushrooms in them. Researchers from the university of utah and the natural history museum of utah. Use dna bar-coding techniques to test. What mushroom species. Who's made up sixteen food products at the natural history museum of utah. Just a door to the outside. Utah legitimately one of my favorites or just has your right at three hundred years. Maybe that gullies a little deeper on our natural history museum. Yeah they tried soups dried mushrooms. Pasta sauces all that listed wild mushrooms on their labels found nearly all the products that claim to have wild mushrooms consisted of cultivated species including oyster shitaki hockey or portabella. Anybody mad about this. I don't think so. Only five products had contents that were accurately described on the label. One back of dried wild mushrooms from an online retailer contained a species from a group of fungi that include the death cap a notoriously poison mushroom known to cause renal failure humid. Exactly i don't need to order my Mushrooms from into the wild ebay store. Yes it did make consumers very sick so be careful what you're buying. Read the labels on fine with the not that find mushroom mushroom and he's exactly farm raised. I say hello. Bob atop show tom donnie bike on i heard you talking about working on trash trek. A heck. i'm a sunny. My sort sorta god. I was won't be the deed showing off hanging off the back of a garbage track. You know right. I'm the grand marshall of the landfill parade or sam and who cares if they have to get it get up at three. Am like navy seals. Josh their trash collectors. And we've got to work one day a week done. Thank you thank you about all the good and ray. Several trash people just tossed In the triumph in american picker without.

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"megan mcarthur" Discussed on NASACast Audio

NASACast Audio

06:38 min | 1 year ago

"megan mcarthur" Discussed on NASACast Audio

"Will be orbiting our moon. The research were doing in low earth orbit aboard the international space station continues to provide important new information on what humans need in order to survive and thrive in space. The iss is a critical steppingstone for nasr's further exploration of deep space. The other nasa astronaut. We miked up for this. Episode was megan mcarthur. Megan is an oceanographer. Who flew her. First mission in two thousand and nine on space shuttle atlantis to service the hubble space telescope she serves as pilot of the space x crew to mission. And she's also a flight engineer for expedition. Sixty five right now. I'm in the node. One module of the international space station which is where we prepare and eat our meals and node. One is right next to no three which is where we typically conduct our exercise. We have a treadmill and the advanced resistance exercise device in no three. So the sound that you're hearing is the sound of the treadmill. Let's listen for a minute. Exercising is important space because it prevents bone and muscle loss while in microgravity so one of the things that we have also in node one in the deck is a toolbox that people are getting into all day long To get tools they need to accomplish various tasks so he's about to put away a socket that was used earlier. Ocoee is arkie. She day a japanese engineer astronaut and current commander of the international space station. He works for the japan. Aerospace exploration agency called jaksa as tomorrow begins setting up for his workout. Let's pause and listen to how the device sounds as it's getting prepared for activity to ma works for the european space agency isa and was born in wrong france. Okay between sets. What do you usually like to listen to during your workouts. Some really cool music Cranked up sometimes by megan sometimes carefully curated by mark sometimes music from the internet. All right. well we'll let you get to that enjoy workout. Even though the names and faces change people from all around the world have been living and working together continuously while they're sharing the close quarters of the international space station a day in the life of an astronaut includes many of the normal things we do here on earth exercising eating chatting with co workers but the majority of an astronaut's day is spent doing important research that can only be done in space. They also participate in video interviews with schools and the media on this day. The astronauts kicked off an experiment growing peppers for the first time in space performed combustion research an even set up a camera that allows middle school students on earth to take pictures of our home planet from space. I'm in the us lab now. Which is a location that we do a lot of experiments. Obviously it's also a location for some of our exercise. There's always an ambient sound of fans and pump noise in here. This is probably one of the loudest places on the international space station. And like i said we conduct science and here. We also conduct a lot of our conferences with the ground. We communicate with ground throughout the day for all of the activities that we do They give us permission to proceed In different places they answer our questions. They make changes to procedure so we really need that communication with them throughout the day. And it's very important that we're able to hear that while they work space station. Astronauts are talking mission control centers around the world. Here's shane checking in on some of the research. He's conducting ready to get going wait Just checking with step. One decimal does thing that wants to go. There are also opportunities for astronauts to connect with people on the ground to hear from curious space enthusiasts and talk about their life on station. Hi my name is olivia. And and i'm from north carolina. My question is what does the earth look like from outer space. Thanks for the question. The earth looks absolutely amazing. It's really beautiful. The color's are just striking no matter if you're looking at the bahamas like a beach or the desert to me. It's very being able to communicate in space is critical not only with the ground but with each other and with all the background noise of fans and system is running to keep things operational. It can get pretty noisy on station. Research projects like the iss acoustics experiment have been conducted on station to monitor. These sounds and make sure things. Don't get too loud for the astronauts. One of the things that we talk about before we come into space is what the sounds of. The environment are going to be like. We don't really exactly model on earth. The amount of background noise that we have up here but we do work in a variety of noisy environments As part of our training so for example We fly in thirty eight jets which are quite loud of course on their own. And so thinking about how to communicate. Effectively in a loud environment is really important. When i first came to space station the sound that surprised me was actually here in the lab. And it's the thermal amine scrubber and if we're lucky we might hear it's Make this noise. But i was floating through the lab directly underneath it and it makes kind of this big. It's almost like an exhale. It sounded like something very large sailing right next to me and it really startled me. Fortunately shannon walker. Who had was outgoing crew had been up here for six months..

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"megan mcarthur" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"megan mcarthur" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Suit is one of the big drivers of climate and actually act is, um I have a beehive. Gas. Um, so we really can make sure that we don't put out too many emissions, especially in black carbon into entire atmosphere. Layers where our rocket is flight. So we usually 5 500, kilometers and altitudes where we deploy our customers implants and that was Daniel Metzler, co founder and CEO at S R Aerospace, a new economy catalyst. Yeah. All right, 321 lift off and time to head up to the international space station with Bloomberg New Economy. Editor Catherine Blasts in communication with NASA astronaut Megan McArthur Bloomberg New Economy. This is Mission Control. Houston police call station for a voice check station. This is Katherine Glass of Bloomberg New Economy. How do you hear me? Hello, Catherine. I have you loud and clear. Wonderful. Well, thank you for joining us, Megan. You're almost two months in the year, six month mission at the International Space Station. How's it going? And what's it like up there? Every day brings a new set of challenges, but it's a lot of fun every day, and we're really enjoying it. What are some of the most important applications of the research that you're doing at the international space station? And the technology, the space technology that you're using. What are some of the most important applications for for that step on Earth? That's a great question. We are doing lots of different kinds of research aboard the international space station. We do medical research. We do technology demonstrations, and in both cases, they do have applications not.

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"megan mcarthur" Discussed on NASACast Audio

NASACast Audio

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"megan mcarthur" Discussed on NASACast Audio

"A commercial cargo spacecraft leaves the space station watching an atlantic storm from space and the artists. One rocket moves closer to launch a few of the stories to tell you about this week at nasa on july eighth and crude space x dragon cargo spacecraft undocked from the international space station with about five thousand pounds of scientific experiments and supplies for researchers on earth. The dragon left the station just over a month. After it delivered several tons of experiments and new solar arrays. This is the company's twenty-second commercial resupply services flight for nasa on july fourth space station astronaut megan mcarthur captured images of elsa. The fifth named storm of the twenty twenty one atlantic hurricane season as the store made its way through the caribbean sea elsa the earliest forming fifth named atlantic storm on record according to our partner agency noah reached hurricane status but weakened to a tropical storm before making landfall july seven in the northwest portion of florida. According to a nasa let study in the mid twenty thirty lunar cycle will amplify rising sea levels caused by climate change and lead to a decade of dramatic increases in high tide. Floods also called a nuisance floods or sunny day floods for coastal cities around the us. The study also says that the floods will sometimes occur in clusters that could last a month or longer due to the gravitational pull caused by the alignment of the moon earth and the sun. Our artem is one mission reached another milestone on july fifth when teens our kennedy space center stacked of the interim cryogenic propulsion stage or ice. Cps atop the space launch system or es ls rocket inside the vehicle assembly building. The ice ps rl ten engine will be used to send the orion spacecraft toward the move launching. Later this year artem one will be an un- crude flight test of a ryan and the l. ls rocket as an integrated system ahead of subsequent missions to send astronauts to the moon including the first woman and the first person of color july eighth mark the tenth anniversary of the launch of space shuttle. Atlantis on sds one. Thirty five. The final launch of the historic space shuttle program. The mission delivered supplies spare parts and an italian built multipurpose logistics module to the station atlanta's and its crew returned to her in the predawn hours of july twenty first to complete the mission and close out an era of spaceflight that spanned thirty years. That's what's up this week. At nasa for more on these and other stories follow us.

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"megan mcarthur" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"megan mcarthur" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"To experience up here in space, But of course There are risks. You have to accept those risks. If you're going to do something like flying space, and I think especially right now and in the foreseeable future, you have to have a certain amount of grit to deal with the challenges that exist. You know the practicalities of living in space and to really get the joy out of it. You have to be willing to endure a little bit. I think speaking of conversations you have with your family. I know you have Son. Do you believe that you guys have conversations about whether or not there is intelligent life on other planets? You know, he has not posed those kinds of questions. Exactly. He is still, you know, kind of at that cusp of our the cartoons that he sees real, You know, are the stories that he sees real. And so he's just starting to sort through all of that. I absolutely would tell him. I think that there is life elsewhere in the universe, and the universe is so mind bogglingly Basque that to me, it's hard to believe that there isn't life somewhere. Alice in the universe, and you know we have the James Webb Telescope launching soon, and one of the things that it will be able to do is potentially detect atmospheres that are similar to our own, which could be a beacon for us of of life somewhere else in the universe, So that's very exciting. We also are thinking about missions to Europa, One of Jupiter's moons that has oceans and oceans are, of course, a source of very unique life on earth and extreme environments. And so That may also be a place for us to find signs of life, so lots of exciting things coming in the future. And I think lots of reasons to believe that that there certainly is life somewhere in this vast, vast universe that we were part of And you've been listening to NASA astronaut Megan McArthur on the international space station. That was fun. And that's it.

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"megan mcarthur" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"megan mcarthur" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Is actually our customers satellite. Then we put into orbit, which are a lot earth observation satellites, which actually help managed climate. So how do we even know about climate change that's going on and it's actually satellites which gave us the data in the first place. And you can't manage what you can measure. So in the first place, really, we have to. Actually that's the data through salads and then within the rocketry itself. We're using a sustainable set of propellant, so we actually get rid of solid propellants. We don't pull it too much. Um it's a very high performing liquid oxygen electric propane market and also is very sustainable in terms of the actual fuel that we use. Then on top of that, we also don't create any space debris, so we don't leave any opportunity changes in the orbit and we really want to make sure that space space clean free from any debris from our side so we can actually use or sustainably also in the next 100 years. Right, because there's going to be tens of thousands of satellites going up and down in the coming decades. So that's really important. And how is how is the fuel more sustainable? Just very briefly on that. So in that case, we have a very, very light hydrocarbon, which we can just burn extremely cleanly, and we don't basically create any suit or black carbon through the combustion. So that actually means because suit is one of the big drivers of Earth's climate and actually act as um, having rehab. Gas, so we really can make sure that we don't put out too many emissions, especially in black carbon into entire atmosphere. Layers where our rocket is flight. We usually 500 kilometers and altitudes where we deploy our customers of the lance And that was Daniel Metzler, co founder and CEO at S R Aerospace, a new economy catalyst. Tomorrow. All right, 321 lift off and time to head up to the international space station with Bloomberg New Economy. Editor Catherine Blasts in communication with NASA astronaut Megan McArthur Bloomberg New Economy. This is Mission Control. Houston police call station for a voice check station. This is Katherine Glass of Bloomberg New Economy. How do you hear me? Hello, Catherine. I have you loud and clear. Wonderful. Well, thank you for joining us, Megan. You're almost two months in the year, six month mission at the International Space Station. How's it going? And what's it like up there? Every day brings a new set of challenges, but it's a lot of fun every day, and we're really enjoying it. What is some of the most important applications of the research that you're doing at the international space station? And the technology, the space technology that you're using. What are some of the most important applications for for that stuff on Earth? That's a great question. We are doing lots of different kinds of research aboard the international space station. We do medical research. We do technology demonstrations,.

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"megan mcarthur" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"megan mcarthur" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"More people to get to experience what we get to experience up here in space, But of course There are risks. You have to accept those risks. If you're going to do something like flying space, and I think especially right now and in the foreseeable future, you have to have a certain amount of grit to deal with the challenges that exist. You know the practicalities of living in space and to really get the joy out of it. You have to be willing to endure a little bit. I think speaking of conversations you have with your family. I know you have A son. Do you believe that you guys have conversations about whether or not there is intelligent life on other planets? He has not posed those kinds of questions. Exactly. He is still, you know, kind of at that custom of our the cartoons that he sees real, You know, are the stories that he sees real. And so he's just starting to sort through. All of that. I absolutely would tell him. I think that there is life elsewhere in the universe, and the universe is so mind bogglingly vast that to me, It's hard to believe that there isn't life somewhere. Else in the universe. And you know we have the James Webb Telescope launching soon, and one of the things that it will be able to do is potentially detect atmospheres that are similar to our own, which could be a beacon for us of of life somewhere else in the universe, So that's very exciting. We also are thinking about missions to Europa, one of Jupiter's moons that has oceans. Oceans are, of course, a source of very unique life on earth and extreme environments. And so that may also be a place for us to find signs of life, so lots of exciting things coming in the future. And I think lots of reasons to believe that there certainly is life somewhere in this vast, vast universe that we were part of And you've been listening to NASA astronaut Megan McArthur on the international space station..

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"megan mcarthur" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"megan mcarthur" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Actually a lot of different parts about sustainability on the first part is actually our customers satellite that we put into orbit, which are a lot earth observation satellites, which actually help manage the Earth's claimant. So how do we even know about climate change That's going on and it's actually satellites which gave us the data in the first place. And you can't manage what you can measure. So in the first place, really, we have to. Actually that's the data through salads and then within the rocketry itself where using a sustainable set of proponent so we actually get rid of solid propellants. We don't pull it too much. Um it's a very high performing liquid oxygen electric propane market and also is very sustainable in terms of the actual fuel that we use. And on top of that we also don't create any space debris so we don't leave. Any upper stages. See the orbit and we really want to make sure that space space clean free from any debris from our site so we can actually use or sustainably also in the next 100 years. Right, because there's going to be tens of thousands of satellites going up and down in the coming decades. So that's really important. And how is how is the fuel more sustainable? Just very briefly on that. So in that case, we have very, very light hydrocarbon, which we can just burn extremely cleanly, and we don't basically create any suit or black carbon through the combustion. So that actually means because suit is one of the big drivers of Earth's climate and actually activism by having rehab. Gas, so we really can make sure that we don't put out too many emissions, especially in black carbon into entire atmosphere. Layers where our rocket is flag. We usually quiet 500 kilometers in altitude where we deploy our customers collect. And that was Daniel Metzler, co founder and CEO at S R Aerospace, a new economy catalyst. Yeah. All right, 321 lift off and time to head up to the international space station with Bloomberg New Economy. Editor Catherine Blasts in communication with NASA astronaut Megan McArthur Bloomberg New Economy. This is Mission Control. Houston police call station for a voice check station. This is Katherine Glass of Bloomberg New Economy. How do you hear me? Hello, Catherine. I have you loud and clear. Wonderful. Well, thank you for joining us. Megan, you're almost two months into your six month mission at the International Space station. How's it going? And what's it like up there? Every day brings a new set of challenges, but it's a lot of fun every day, and we're really enjoying it. What are some of the most important applications of the research that you're doing at the international space station? And the technology, the space technology that you're using. What are some of the most important applications for for that stuff on Earth? That's a great question. We are doing lots of different kinds of research aboard the international space station. We do medical research. We do technology demonstrations, and in both cases, they do have applications not just for space flight and for space exploration. But also for returns.

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"megan mcarthur" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"megan mcarthur" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Are risks. You have to accept those risks. If you're going to do something like flying space, and I think especially right now and in the foreseeable future, you have to have a certain amount of grit to deal with. The challenges that exist. You know, the practicalities of living in space and to really get the joy out of it. You have to be willing to endure a little bit. I think speaking of conversations you have with your family. I know you have a son. Do you believe you guys have conversations about whether or not there is intelligent life on other planets? You know, he has not posed those kinds of questions. Exactly. He is still, you know, kind of at that cusp of our the cartoons that he sees real, You know, are the stories that he sees real. So he's just starting to sort through. All of that. I absolutely would tell him. I think that there is life elsewhere in the universe and the universe is so mind boggling Leave asked that to me. It's hard to believe that there isn't life somewhere else in the universe. And you know we have the James Webb Telescope launching soon, and one of the things that it will be able to do is potentially detect atmospheres that are similar to our own, which could be a beacon for us of life somewhere else in the universe, So that's very exciting. We also are thinking about missions to Europa, One of Jupiter's moons that has oceans and oceans are, of course, a source of very unique life on earth and extreme environments. And so that may also be a place for us to find signs of life. So lots of exciting things coming in the future. And I think lots of reasons to believe that there certainly is life somewhere. In this vast, vast universe that we are part of, and you've been listening to NASA astronaut Megan McArthur on the international space station. That was fun, And that's it for this special hour of Bloomberg best with groundbreaking.

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"megan mcarthur" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"megan mcarthur" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Outside the United States for at least a year, and that's an optimal circumstance. I think could take longer than that. The Chinese and the Russians do have the capacity. Copy these vaccines. There's one vaccine manufacturing South Africa that we could potentially work with to do it. TEC transferred stand up manufacturing in that facility. They couldn't make a vaccine soup to nuts because this is a multi part process different facilities and needed for different parts. This process, even fives and manufactures the vaccine over multiple facilities. They could take thought perhaps that Phil finishing or some parts of the state steps involved in manufacturing the vaccine. It would take time. It would take the least six months to a year. You'd have to put personnel new equipment in there to do that. I'm not saying it's impossible, but it's not going to be something that solves the problem in next six months, maybe the next 12 months. Audio courtesy of CNBC. All 164 members of the World Trade Organization will have to agree on the matter before Ah, waivers implemented. This comes as infections in India hit another grim daily record Thursday as demand for oxygen jumped seven fold in the government denied reports it was slow and distributing life slow in Distributing life saving supplies from abroad of the number of new confirmed cases breached 400,000 for the second time since the surge began last month. The case is pushing India's tally to more than 21 million. Hospital. Authorities say they had repaired the oxygen pipeline last week, but the consumption doubled since then. Demand for oxidant is increased seven times since the last month, according to Government official in most hospitals in India aren't equipped with independent plants that generate oxygen directly for patients. As a result, those hospitals typically rely on liquid oxygen it long story short. Supplies are being rushed to India. But lawmakers there in the government are getting hammered for the rollout of the supplies. And, of course, the government you remember declared Success over the pandemic before this recent wave, or former President Trump won't return to Facebook, at least not now. Four months after Facebook suspended and the accounts having concluded he incited violence leading to the deadly January 6th capital riot, the Cos quasi independent oversight board upheld the bands. But it told Facebook to specify how long the bands would last principles of freedom of expression recognized internationally and also in the United States. Maintain that restrictions on speech must be clearly stated and understandable. In definite penalties of this sort. Do not pass the international or Americans smell test for clarity. Consistency and transparency on the ruling, which gives Facebook six months to comply, effectively postpones any possible trump reinstatement and puts the onus for that decision squarely on the back of the company. 60 years after Alan Shepard became the first American in space every day, people are on the verge of following his footsteps. Jeff Bezos is blue origin used Wednesday's anniversary to kick off on auction for a seat on the company's first crew. Spaceflight, a short shepherd light Pop, launched by a rocket named New Shepherd of the Texas Lift off is targeted for July 20th the date of Apollo eleven's moon landing. Speaking to The Associated Press from the international space Station, NASA astronauts Megan McArthur and Mark Vanda, hey said they want more people to experience space. 60 years later, you know, it's pretty amazing. I was not born. Of course, when that first event happened, and so it is. It's phenomenal to think that you know, here we are living in space for long duration, which is something you know that they could only project in the future. I think it's very exciting that more and more people are gonna have access to space in the coming years, sometimes challenging being up here, But I have just been having a blast. Been doing some great work and the opportunities to stay up here longer. It feels to me like it would be just a bonus. If I got to stay up here longer it without.

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"megan mcarthur" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

06:59 min | 1 year ago

"megan mcarthur" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Moments for the crew of a space. X capsule headed toward the international space station with mission control spotted some debris near their position. They were told to be ready to take over manual control in case they had dodge it astronaut megan mcarthur confirming. We copy the Farther than predicted. And you wanna differed closed down at the time. The debris passed and the crew later docked safely at the space station they replacing four other astronauts. Who were returned to earth on wednesday. Today's the federal government's latest national prescription drug take back day. The us drug enforcement agency says that more people die over drug overdoses every day then from firearms or in car crashes already ninety thousand people a year a diet and because of a drug overdose. We just wanted to get rid of that. Medication unused prescription drugs that. Da assistant special agent in charge. Michael gannon says if in the wrong hands could be devastating local law enforcement agencies across the country today taking part in the national take back initiative where you can safely dispose of old and potentially dangerous medications to save lives. Jeff monosso fox. News fox is quick book. Slowing your business down. Do you have challenges. Managing inventory project profitability. Just getting paid fast enough. Get your business to a better place in graduate to net suite two day stop paying for multiple systems. That don't give you the information you need when you need. It ditched the spreadsheets and all the old software you've outgrown now is the time to upgrade to nets we by oracle the world's number one cloud business system nets. We gives you visibility and control over your financials. 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But firefighters can't do it alone a single ember that escapes from the welfare can travel more than a mile or it can ignite and destroy your home and community get fire adapted learn simple steps. You can take now to reduce wildfire damage later at fireadapted dot. Org a public service message brought to you by the us forest service and the ad council learn more at fire adapted dot org. So who's going to do what flashlights. Nowhere to be found. Emergency supply kits not packed. What about blankets towel. Cellphones may not work emergency water. Not a drop perfect. We all know where we're meeting if we're separated i'd stop and i'll be waiting here wondering where you all are great. It sounds like we don't have a plan. Winging it is not an emergency plan. Make sure your kids know what to do during an emergency who to call where to meet what to pack visit. Ready dot gov slash kids for tips and information brought to you by fema and the ad council. You feel petrified. 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United dot org brought to you by united way and ad council manager way despite the best efforts of petty and all the things working against you land on your feet. Reinvent yourself be creative. Be political engage. Positively with the government. Give them a little bit. A lesson in economics is is just wonderful. I you know there'll be many. Quantum changes in behavior is a result of this I don't think folks will ever ever take the combined skills and talents of your organization lately ever again. There's any doubt at this point. And that's a testament to all of your hard work. How can folks find out about the coalition sources. They can go to our. I c. w. e. p. rick web dot org that's our coalition page and they can take a look at that. We've got a really well. Put together a website that some of our r. I c. w. e. p. quite a cueto acronym there. But that's all of us and we've got our message on there. We have our safety protocols. All of our plants what we want to do to take care of you next year. Safe structured events safe structured events is the name of the game because like we've heard We need structure because when people are in home environments. That's where we see this virus being spread. What's going to happen. And and we've seen it in twenty twenty that if people cannot just human nature people cannot have the wedding that they want inside. They venue than they are going to pitch a tent in the backyard. And they're just going to go for it and they're not going to follow the rules and they're not gonna follow state guidelines so that's human nature. That's what we're up against. So we want to get these weddings into license. Caterers hands inside of a venue where we can have be structured events and get us all back to work. So that's that's what we're trying to accomplish here. We've got that safety protocol in place and we are. We're going to be working on a pilot program also knows a mock wedding and we're gonna get all of. I think we're all excited. We're all excited to get dressed up and Fake a wedding thrilled were professionals. So we do we do events this is what we do and that's why our rallies.

Biggest Space Station Crowd in Decade After SpaceX Arrival

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 1 year ago

Biggest Space Station Crowd in Decade After SpaceX Arrival

"I'm Julie Walker it's getting crowded aboard the international space station where for more astronauts arrive today including two Americans bringing the total number two eleven it's the biggest group up there in more than a decade and SpaceX's third crew capsule in less than a year astronaut Megan McArthur we're just really excited to be here and be part of this historic mission with the two dragons on board first reviews of a capsule first reuse of the boosters Justin at a tremendous achievement the radius of the capsule is an essential part of SpaceX boundary law must push to the moon and Mars most half a century since humans were last on the run Sri Lanka we need to get back there and have a permanent base learn for astronauts from the station returned to earth Wednesday I'm Julie Walker

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SpaceX Launches Four Astronauts to Space Station

Tom Sullivan

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

SpaceX Launches Four Astronauts to Space Station

"List off God, whatever important crew members on their way to the international space station after a successful pre don lines from the Kennedy Space Center Crew of four includes pilot Megan McArthur. Her husband, Bob Banken, flew aboard the first manned space X flight to the I S s last year Crew Dragon capsule is scheduled to

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SpaceX Rocket Successfully Launches With Astronauts Aboard

South Florida's First News with Jimmy Cefalo

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

SpaceX Rocket Successfully Launches With Astronauts Aboard

"Year mission on Let's stop, never stopping one out and never launches. Once again. We're astronauts now on their way to the international space station aboard a rocket that's been there before. Americans Shane Kimbrough and Megan McArthur are on their way to a six month space station mission, along with astronauts from France and Japan. Falcon rocket carrying a crew to the space station in November. This morning's launch was delayed yesterday because of poor weather offshore from the Kennedy Space Center.

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Bad Offshore Weather Delays SpaceX Crew Launch Until Friday

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

Bad Offshore Weather Delays SpaceX Crew Launch Until Friday

"Liftoff is set for Friday for the first time NASA is putting its trust in a recycled SpaceX rocket and capsule for crew this will be SpaceX's third launch of astronauts for NASA in less than a year were flying NASA astronauts on a flight proven dragon and a flight proven falcon Benji Reid is with SpaceX weather forced a delay Bob bank and fluid test flight to the international space station last spring his wife Megan McArthur is on this latest flight it's amazing to think that I will be sitting in the same seat that that Bob was sitting in when he certified that vehicle on the very first time that it launched Japan's Akiko Hoshi day is part of the diverse group we have Merrick and French and Japanese astronauts on board they will be on the international space station for six months four others are scheduled to return to work next week I'm at Donahue

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NASA Astronauts Safely Return to Earth

America First with Sebastian Gorka

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

NASA Astronauts Safely Return to Earth

"Safely returned from the international space station yesterday. As for others get ready to go. Meanwhile, Elon Musk starship was picked by NASA for the mission. To the moon. We get more on all space news from correspondent Judy Walker Mission Control Houston, and there it is. That's astronaut Kate Rubins and four cosmonaut splashed down Saturday. A four member crew will blast off on Earth Day Thursday for the international space station. It will include astronauts from France, Japan, and the U. S. Is Megan McArthur and Spaceship commander Shane Kimbrough, excited to get ready to get a launch. Meanwhile, NASA says a woman and person of color will be on the mission to the moon. And it's not Hopping there, says acting administrator Steve Jersey. Eventually, our argument mission to Mars. Trump had said a 2024 deadline for the moon. NASA would only say later this decade. I'm Julie

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NASA Astronaut Kate Rubins, Crewmates Return Safely to Earth

AP 24 Hour News

00:49 sec | 1 year ago

NASA Astronaut Kate Rubins, Crewmates Return Safely to Earth

"Safely returned from the international space station Saturday as four others get ready to go. Meanwhile, Leland must Starship was picked by NASA for the mission to the Moon Mission Control Houston and there it is. That's astronaut Kate Rubins and four cosmonaut Splash down Saturday. A four member crew will blast off on Earth Day Thursday for the internationals. Base station. It will include astronauts from France, Japan, and the U. S is Megan McArthur and Spaceship Commander Shane Kimbrough. We're excited to get ready to get the launch. Meanwhile, NASA says a woman and person of color will be on the mission to the moon, and it's not stopping there, says acting administrator Steve Jersey actually, Our argument mission to Mars. Trump had said a 2024 deadline for the moon. NASA would only say later this decade. I'm Julie

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SpaceX Picked for Moonwalkers, on Verge of 3rd Crew Launch

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

SpaceX Picked for Moonwalkers, on Verge of 3rd Crew Launch

"I'm Julie Walker three astronauts safely returned from the international space station Saturday as for others get ready to go meanwhile the lawn musk starship was picked by NASA for the mission to the moon mission control Houston and there it is that's astronaut Kate Rubins a bar because not splash down Saturday a board member crew will blast off on Earth Day Thursday for the international space station it will include astronauts from France Japan and the US is Megan McArthur and space ship commander Shane Kimbrough we're excited just to get ready to go to lunch meanwhile NASA says a woman and person of color will be on the mission to the moon and it's not stopping there says acting administrator Steve Jersey mentally our our our human mission to Mars trump had set at twenty twenty four deadline for the moon NASA would only state later this decade I'm Julie Walker

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"megan mcarthur" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

04:25 min | 1 year ago

"megan mcarthur" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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"megan mcarthur" Discussed on Your Online Coffee Break

Your Online Coffee Break

07:10 min | 1 year ago

"megan mcarthur" Discussed on Your Online Coffee Break

"And inclusiveness isa is also launching their para astronaut feasability project. The goal of this project. It's assess what it would take to include astronauts with disabilities in future space missions earlier this month to a press briefing where i s director. Yussef osh bacher about this project. Here's a clip. From that conference. This is the question for you user. Jock is wondering if you can tell us something about s new power astronaut -bility project as part of our new is improvement campaign for astronauts and if told us would be in one way or another Being both in this or be performing any tasks during his missions related to be paris throughout feasibility project. Thanks menia yesterday is quite unique. Space agency is looking for astronauts with the some disabilities are as we call it And this is a call that will be opened in battle with the astronaut called the first of march We will ask. Application search for on people who are of course are very feet mentally and with their mctigue sunday our ability to handle stress and to have all the other quantities of astronauts but they may have physically disability and we would like to accommodate that. Of course we need to see faced on the candidate boxes. Disability might be where indicated some categories. Which are we think are the the ones that are dead. We can handle on the space station but then of course we need to to see what it means to accommodate for for those. Some changes may be indeed set. Doc maybe even some Some changes to some of the hardware but this we have to study on what we will do. Actually feasability studied and of such an us out being able to travel space with disability. Which he or she will have But this is quite an important project is the first time ever that the space agency's doing that For me personally bolton. Because i'm defining a new agenda two thousand twenty five where I put a huge emphasis that Space is not only disturbed for a small circle. Offer exclusive people. But it's really for everyone and everyone means where the everyone And this includes also asked asked out as one chimbu on that. I hope To be able to fly to space because on this is definitely an exciting time for space travel. We applaud isa for opening up space to everyone including those with disabilities now onto astronaut. Thomas has gay tomorrow. We'll be mission specialist for nasa crew to mission which is currently scheduled launch no earlier than april twenty. Second twenty twenty one for this second full rotation mission toma will join three other crew members. Nassar astronauts shane kimbrough and megan mcarthur. Plus jackson astronaut. Ocoee ocean house fortunate to participate in nasa space x crew to astronaut press conference in early march. Press the crew. Holly hopes this mission will inspire others to pursue a career in space exploration. The first response is from crews commander. Shane kimbrough and the second response is from tamar kris k. r. eight. Let's take another question from chuck field. Thanks for taking my call Human space exploration is growing remarkably and this international mission with refurbish spacecraft is a great example of that. This is how do you hope. This mission will inspire others to become astronauts or pursue a career in space exploration. Well we're gonna do. Our best represents nasa and isa jackson and spacex international space station. And hopefully by just our actions in the way we professional time as well That'll just translate into some kind of inspiration for somebody who's out there watching but as you mentioned it's an international crew so that in itself Can just show the possibilities. That are out there and I don't know if anybody else wants to jump on that but that's all i have think it's great. I think the fact that megan's pilot didn't she's awesome shootings fire a lot of girls as well. And we're trying to have which wanna reach fifty percents you know in any application selection for the astronaut selection. This is difficult. But i think the fact that we have megan and we certainly helping to cause and i'm hoping next astronaut selection for us is going to be there's percent male fifty percent women hopefully now after the press conference. I was fortunate to actually interview tomorrow by phone There were a couple journalists on call. We had a great time. I we asked him as mission specialist. What we're going to be his science research duties aboard this upcoming mission is coming up with us before us on the space station One that i really liked very big on the space station right now. I think tissue engineering really buildings in tissue artificially And the reason why we look at this on the space station is because People believe that there's a lot of mechanical processes at to cell level that i was by gravity and if you put yourself in the microgravity of weightlessness on the space station not influenced by this and you can have much cleaner sell building processes Right now there's a experiment that's european experiments. I should french. I think it them stem cells for of nickel nickeled immedi brains with pre much brain cells in the petrie dish. They're going to try to seem to reverse ageing phenomenons on those brain cells obviously It's it's in In the in relation to alzheimer disease parkinson do we have breaker of needles areas and all sorts official routine Like eye tissue sent of their which is pretty amazing to me because we if you think of the applications so it's mostly medical but there's also of course you know fluid physics combustions plasmas In protein crystal growth. And things like this but to me. I'm i'm maybe. I'm less familiar with the medical side of things. I'm always very impressed by by what we do on space station. Yes trying for spacewalks Right now there's a pair of in between two and four not not Tally confirmed yet Slated for our increments. And it's mostly out of mentoring. The isis solar rays Now they're they're starting to be a little bit older have been up there for fifteen years of In the station is always bigger. Always more power hungry So we're going to come up with a couple Paris laurey that. I going to roll that going to be rolled up. They come up nine cinder and then they unroll And we're gonna installed as we shouldn't even be installing this summer. So.

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A NASA astronaut's lessons on fear, confidence and preparing for spaceflight | Megan McArthur - TEST

TED Talks Daily

05:57 min | 1 year ago

A NASA astronaut's lessons on fear, confidence and preparing for spaceflight | Megan McArthur - TEST

"Talks daily. How do we leave fear behind. It's a crucial question in this time of so much uncertainty. Well who better to address this question than a nasa s rinat megan mcarthur. She talks about risk ambition and how spaceflight is a family business in her twenty twenty conversation with ted women curator pat mitchell. Welcome megan although pat thank you for having the let's go with the question that i think is probably coming up for many of us. This is unusual husband and wife met during your training and and the year that you got married. You both flew into space separately. You on the hubble telescope mission and bob on the mission to construct the space station and ironically if your mission had gone awry or needed help bob was assigned to be on the rescue craft. You know launch day for all of us at time of great excitement but also anxieties about the risk and the fear. We might feel inside just watching. How do you prepare for launch day. Well one of the most important things to focus on for me was really preparing my son and making sure that he was ready and that he enjoyed the experience of watching his father launched and complete this mission that he'd been training for really for most of our son's life so when we walked out onto the roof of the launch control center and we could see the rocket off in the distance and were lining up against the rail ready for the countdown. And of course. I got my arms around him and we hear three two one liftoff and then and then we see the rocket carrying his father. Know jumping off the launch pad. And for me. It was this moment of of just an outpouring of feeling and emotion that had been with me for such a long time. And and you know this. I'm crying and i'm laughing. And i'm just shaking and so i had to let go of my son who was fine by the way he was completely fine and covering up my mouth. Because i don't know what kind of sounds i'm gonna make with. You know this this complete terror and this complete joy at this moment and thinking about what it took to get there my husband. You know an accomplished astronauts experienced air force flight test engineer. He he'd formerly been the chief astronaut. And i've watched him launch into space twice before and it's been terrifying every time Why is that so. Of course i love my husband but it's more than that. It's that i love my husband. And right now i can't do anything at all to impact the situation. I'm i'm standing on a rooftop. I have no job. I have no way to contribute. And so that's where for me. The fear comes from is that feeling of helplessness. And so over and over in my life. I've seen of course that training and preparation can get us ready for an event like that. But it's it's having the input having the ability to impact your situation. That is what removes the fear and balances it. It balances it for you. So the education the experience. That's a you have to have that but also having a voice Having an input having a seat in the cockpit is what allows you to leave that fear behind but what about your son megan He won't be there. He'll be on the ground watching. Mommy take off into space. Just as he watched his dad who returned safely. But how have you taken special. Preparations for him. Disea- mommy doing the same. Well his his first reaction when learning that mommy was going to go into space. I he told me no mommy. You can't go That was his very first response and then as he got more comfortable with the idea. You know his dad went up and came back and then he said well. Okay you can go for thirty days but one hundred and eighty days. That's too much you can't you can't go for that long He's also obviously seen his father. Go through all of this and so it it for him. It's become this normal thing. This is a normal thing that mommy and daddy do. We'll read stories back and forth while i'm here in russia over over video conference And i was given the idea to fill a jar with chocolate kisses and then he can have a kiss from mommy every day that i'm gone so he likes that idea very much just to be clear. It's a great message that this young man is getting about mommy and daddy doing the same job isn't it and i just want to bring forward a quote from the space x leader gwen chartwell. Who was asked about. You're going your husband's going and she was questioned about you're flying in the same pilot cedar spacecraft as your husband and here was part of her answer. I'd like to point out that you know. Megan is first and foremost and astronaut. When it comes to our perspective will. I did want to reach through the screen and high five michelle when she said that. I very much appreciated That remark you know. It has changed for me over the years the first time i flew in space I was married. But i was not yet apparent and both my husband and i came to nasa s people and we met and married of course At nasa at a different Thing to take on as a family that you're doing this thing that's for yourself Kind of for the greater good. The the notion of exploration and discovery is is something to engage in. And i think that that example You know for my son to see that his parents are engaged in this thing that yes it takes us away from him. But it's in those. These are important things to do and you were in high school. Megan when the challenger space craft tragically exploded and the whole world confronted the reality of the risk that you and your husband and other brave women and men are taking. I remember that moment. And i still hold my breath every time tearing each and every launch. So how do you find the balance between knowing

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"megan mcarthur" Discussed on Your Space Journey

Your Space Journey

06:53 min | 1 year ago

"megan mcarthur" Discussed on Your Space Journey

"In this episode. We're going to feature my recent interview with french. Astronaut tomas gay who's going to be mission specialist on nasa spacex crew to mission currently scheduled to launch in late april tomorrow will be the first european to fly aboard a spacex dragon spacecraft which is exciting by itself but particularly exciting for the european space agency or isa. Now there's a lot going on in isa right now. Starting march thirty first isa will begin accepting applications for new astronauts the first time looking for new astronauts since two thousand eight isa is strongly encouraging women to apply as they seek to expand greater diversity. So if you live in europe or friends that do please encourage them to apply by visiting. Isa dot i n t now along with diversity. Inclusiveness isa is also launching their para astronaut. Feasibility project. The goal of this project. It's assess what it would take include astronauts with disabilities in future space missions. Earlier this month he held a press briefing. Where i ask director yusef posh parker about this project. Here's a clip from that conference. So maybe let's start with a question from shock fields from us based on johnny. I think this is a question for you. User chuck is wondering if you can tell us something about. Is this new era astronauts. Feasibility project as of our new is in groupement campaign for astronauts. And if thomas being one way or another be involved in this or be performing any tasks during his missions related to paris out feasibility project. Now thanks ne-near yes. You described unique. That space agency is looking for a astronauts with us some disabilities are as we call it. undiscerning a call that will be opened in parallel with the astronaut calls. The first of march We will ask sir for people who are of course are very mentally and with their maturity and their ability to handle stress and to have all the other qualities of astronauts but they may have a physical disability and we would like to accommodate that. Of course we need to see. Based on the candidate bodies disability might be where indicated some categories which are are the ones that are dead. We can handle on the space station. but then of course we need to see what it means to accommodate. Four for doha's Changes may be indeed set darpa. Maybe even some Some changes to some of the hardware But this we have to study on what we will do. Actually as a feasibility study and of such an astronaut being able to tap into space with disability which he or she will have a. This is quite an important project is the first time ever that the space agency's doing that For me to those a personal important. Because he finding a new agenda to twenty five where I- whitty would a huge emphasis that the space is not only restore of for a small circle of exclusive people by the tweeted for everyone and everyone means really everyone and This includes also of fast autists one symbol that i hope to be able to fly to space on. This is definitely an exciting time for space travel and we applaud isa for opening up space to everyone including those with disabilities. Now onto ashra tomah escape. Tomorrow we'll be mission specialist for nasa crew to mission which is currently scheduled. It launched no earlier than april twenty. Second twenty twenty one for the second full rotation mission tomorrow will join three other crew members. Nassar astronauts shane kimbrough and megan mcarthur plus jaksa astronaut ocoee hoesch -oday house fortunate to participate in nasa space x crew to astronaut press conference in early march. We're asked the crew. Holly hoped this mission will inspire others to pursue a career in space exploration. The first response is from crews commander. Shane kimbrough and the second response is from thomas. Gay all right. Let's take another question from chuck fields with your space journey. Thanks for taking my call Human space exploration is going remarkably fast and this international mission with refurbish spacecraft is a great example of that. This is for anyone. How do you hope this mission will inspire others to become astronauts or pursue a career in space exploration. Well we're going to do our very best. Enter represents nasa and isa jaksa and spacex international space station and hopefully by just our actions in the labor you were professional We have good time as well That'll just translate into some kind of inspiration for somebody who's out there watching but As you mentioned it's an international crew so that in itself Can just show the possibilities that are out there and On everybody else wants to jump on that. But that's all i have. I think it's great. I think the fact that that megan's our pilot and she's awesome shootings fire a lot of girls as well and we're trying to have trying to reach fifty percents. You know in in the application selection for the national election. This is difficult but the the fact that we have megan and Certainly helping 'cause. I'm opening next. Astronaut selection is gonna be percent male two percent women hopefully now after the press conference. I was fortunate to actually interview tomorrow by phone There were a couple journalists on the call. We had a great time. I we asked him as mission specialist. What we're going to be his science research duties aboard this upcoming mission is coming up with us before us or being ready on the space station. one that i really like a very big on this position right now gold. I think tissue engineering is really buildings in tissue artificially And the reason why we look at this on the space station is because people believe that there's a lot of mechanical processes at the cell level that lifeless by gravity shoe put yourself in the microgravity of weightlessness on the space station than you not influenced by this much cleaner Sell building processes. so right. now there's a doesn't experiment. That's european experiments actually french. I think it's The descend up themselves for a nickel nickeled. Immedi brains is pre much brain cells in petrie dish. And they're going to try to see how to reverse ageing phenomenons on those those brain cells so obviously.

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"megan mcarthur" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"megan mcarthur" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"City Council has approved a return to cleanups of some homeless encampment. These are not sweeps. Irresponsible to say these are food Sleeps. Councilman Joe Buscaino defended the characterization of the Cleanups after several public commenters criticized the move well at the crisis of almost as we have in the city, we have a crisis, but morality who's gyno says garbage and debris is piled up since the cleanups were suspended at the start of the pandemic, all in Aston. Is to simply clean up our streets. Why is that not acceptable? The cleanup will be happening at encampments near the cities of bridge home shelters. Chris and Carl. Okay, if I news defense attorney says a reality TV sizzle reel featuring a former Orange County D a used his client's case to try to create sexy TV lawyer Philip Cohen says the video is further proof of bias against his client, Grant Robicheaux. The video headlines. The robe showcase is having 1000 victims of rape on video, as everybody now has agreed there are no victims of rape on video. Oh, and filed to have the judge thrown off the case for bias when the current DA's request to drop the charges was denied. News brought to you by MIKE Diamond. The smell good plumber. Our product of Southern California is heading for the stars. Megan McArthur will pilot the Space X crew to Mission in early 2021. Megan's trip to Space was preceded by degrees at UCSD and Scripts Institution of Oceanography. Her flight will be the second Space X flight to the International Space Station is part of NASA's commercial crew program. Crew two is set to go In spring 2021. NASA's space six crew one mission is targeted to launch in late September. Bill Seward KO Phi News. Tom Hanks has a new gig. It's connected to an old gig he had in Oakland, where he grew up. Well. Hank's used to be a hot dog vendor at the Oakland Coliseum, home of the Oakland A's when he was a young teenager. His voice has now been added to the crowd noise playing during James.

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"megan mcarthur" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"megan mcarthur" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Councilman Price says June teeth honors thie ancestors of La's nearly half a 1,000,000 black residents. The first step will be for the council to direct staffers to study Juneteenth and drop some options for the city holiday. A product of Southern California is heading for the stars. Megan McArthur will pilot the Space X crew to mission in early 2021. Megan's trip to Space was preceded by degrees at UCSD and Scripts Institution of Oceanography. Her flight will be the second Space X flight to the International Space station is part of NASA's commercial crew program. Crew two is set to go in spring 2021. NASA's space six Crew one mission is targeted to launch in late September. Little Seward Ko Phi news, OK, I talked about this a moment ago at the at the top of the hour. So KFC has this limited edition crocks footwear line that sold out in less than an hour. Each crock is topped with a figuring resembling a drumstick. So imagine that And the shoe smell like the chicken, too. Soul finger licking shoes. I'm not saying Look, the shoes. I'm just telling you, they smell like the chicken. They sold online for about 60 bucks a pair and for each purchase Three bucks went toward college scholarships for KFC workers. So at least there was a good cause tied to it Any time we can send folks to school and help pay for that I'm all about it. So get your if they have them come back. You can get your finger lickin chicken. Crocks, toe wear and smell like chicken. When we come back, we'll talk with ABC Is Ryan Borrow about the governor of Illinois, putting out new guidelines that will shut down some youth sports because cases of covert 19 in that state are on the rise along with traffic and your forecast on your wake up call. Do you know what kind of lifestyle you want to live when you retire? Hi, I'm can Marie, founder of Retirement Planners of America. In order to support the retirement you want. You should know what I believe are two critical numbers, your magic number and your hurdle rate. The magic number is the amount of money you'll need to be able to retire..

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