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"nasa science mission directorate" Discussed on Space Nuts | Astronomy, Space and Science News

Space Nuts | Astronomy, Space and Science News

04:11 min | 4 months ago

"nasa science mission directorate" Discussed on Space Nuts | Astronomy, Space and Science News

"In fact has as the NASA bulletin says because the first sample collection event was so successful Nasa Science Mission Directorate has given the mission team the go-ahead to expedite sample storage. In originally scheduled for the second of November. In the space craft sample return capsule to minimise for the sample loss. So this is a separate capsule, the Ash L. see the sample return capsule. which they've got a stow, the sampling and. One there's a quote from Dante Lauretta who's the principal investigator for Cyrus? Rex University of Arizona, the abundance of material we collected from new made it possible to expedite our decision to stow the team is now working around the clock to accelerate the storage line. So we can protect as much of this material as possible for return to Earth now. This is where it gets tricky because what was expected to happen with the storage procedure was that? Cyrus. Rex. would run autonomously through a sequence of events. and. So what they're doing now. A saying, no, we don't want that to happen. We want this to be done. So carefully, carefully enough that we don't lose soil face so they gotta do it all by hand in other words, send a command watch. What happens. And then send the next command watch. What happens the problem is you've got thirty seven minute delay between sending the command and knowing what he's done because they signal travel time at the moment between us and the spacecraft is eighteen point four, five minutes. So each step means that you've got a way for thirty seven minutes while you take the step and then wait to see what happened. In in the in the consequences, it's GonNa be very, very painful I. Think Andrew. This is probably happening as we speak 'cause shadow for the twenty seventh of October. USTA. I would we are the following day? So I, think it's happening now so By the time this this goes to add the outcome might note already oh drought. We've lost it all up. Sure it will be why. Hope not but yeah, it's In terms of glitches when it comes to space missions, this is not the worst. It's ever happened on a visit to another world or another object but. Know, there's been the famous cases of lind's caps getting stuck on by hate all sorts of weird and wonderful things but. it sounds like that go to solution and when Libby Watch. Documentaries or movies about problems in space it's always about working the problem and they obviously have got an idea on how to deal with this. The just GonNa have to be very careful with the execution. Thus correct exactly which is why the doing it one step at the. Rock will we might have a follow up to that yet again next week so we'll Kepa on the Sarah rix mission. which I think will only be the second time that a private is brought back matter from my an asteroid. I think the Japanese have done at once well, done it once already, and there's one other Japanese will on the way back, which will come down. Here in Australia in fact in December think. So. Not, Third attack is. Very good. While the more we get the more we learn that's what it's all about. Greed. Sorry. Any samples at least that we can get back. Absolutely invaluable scientifically. Indeed totally agree this.

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"nasa science mission directorate" Discussed on Space Nuts | Astronomy, Space and Science News

Space Nuts | Astronomy, Space and Science News

05:42 min | 4 months ago

"nasa science mission directorate" Discussed on Space Nuts | Astronomy, Space and Science News

". This was a mission way we yet we sent the our SARS rex probe to the asteroid Banu, , which <hes> it sorta hung around. . Looking for a good long while up until last week when I decided I, , Kai we're GonNa land on this thing and take a sample while it was <hes> a success. . <hes> until it may be wasn't where we we've Houston, , we have a problem. . Yeah. . Hopefully, , not long term problem <unk> hopefully solvable but <hes>. . Yeah I think I think the bottom line is they were too successful would that be way of describing it? ? So the just to recap the the device that they use, , it's so the spacecraft itself approaches the surface of of asteroid. . Benadryl did this last week in fats. . With a kind of almost like a miniature BECO-. . Stretched out, , which contains a device on the end, , which is called Tag Sam. . Tag. . Sam Is an acronym for touch and go sample acquisition mechanism scrape. . On. . Mind that one. . That one at all go to the feeling of just touching the surface to it hasn't it tax tag lock the game. . Exactly. . So I'm so this is sort of like a pan. . which collects the the sample. . Then there apparently is. . <hes> as a Myla flap, , which is meant to seal shocked wants the sample has been collected. . Box they were so successful with the tags on the some of the some of the bigger bits of soil and doug that didn't go through the flat properly have wedged it open. . Now. . They've been the they've collected more than they expect it to. . And Dot. . Essentially. . Maine's that. . I feel that they have the possibility of collecting. If . they didn't feel that got enough they have the possibility of collecting another sample in January I think the eleventh of January but that I think has now been ditched because they feel they've got enough. . In fact has as the NASA bulletin says because the first sample collection event was so successful Nasa Science Mission Directorate has given the mission team the go-ahead to expedite sample storage. . In originally scheduled for the second of November. . In the space craft sample return capsule to minimise for the sample loss. . So this is a separate capsule, , the Ash L. see the sample return capsule. . which they've got a stow, , the sampling and. . One there's a quote from Dante Lauretta who's the principal investigator for Cyrus? ? Rex University of Arizona, , the abundance of material we collected from new made it possible to expedite our decision to stow the team is now working around the clock to accelerate the storage line. . So we can protect as much of this material as possible for return to Earth now. . This is where it gets tricky because what was expected to happen with the storage procedure was that? ? <hes> Cyrus. . Rex. . would run autonomously through a sequence of events. . and. . So what they're doing now. . A saying, , no, , we don't want that to happen. . We want this to be done. . So carefully, , carefully enough that we don't lose soil face so they gotta do it all by hand in other words, , send a command watch. . What happens. . And then send the next command watch. . What happens the problem is you've got thirty seven minute delay between sending the command and knowing what he's done because they <hes> signal travel time at the moment between us and the spacecraft is eighteen point four, , five minutes. . So each step means that you've got a way for thirty seven minutes while you take the step and then wait to see what happened. . In in the in the consequences, , it's GonNa be very, , very painful I. . Think Andrew. . This is probably happening as we speak 'cause shadow for the twenty seventh of October. . USTA. . I would we are the following day? ? So I, , think it's happening now so By the time this <hes> this goes to add the outcome might note already oh drought. . We've lost it all up. . Sure it will be why. . Hope not but yeah, , it's <hes>. . In terms of glitches when it comes to space missions, , this is not the worst. . It's ever happened on a visit to another world or another object but. . Know, there's , been the famous cases of lind's caps getting stuck on by hate all sorts of weird and wonderful things but. . <hes> it sounds like that go to solution and when Libby Watch. . Documentaries or movies about problems in space it's always about working the problem and they obviously have got an idea on how to deal with this. . The just GonNa have to be very careful with the execution. . Thus correct exactly which is why the doing it one step at the. .

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Asteroid samples tucked into capsule for return to Earth

Space Nuts | Astronomy, Space and Science News

05:42 min | 4 months ago

Asteroid samples tucked into capsule for return to Earth

"This was a mission way we yet we sent the our SARS rex probe to the asteroid Banu, which it sorta hung around. Looking for a good long while up until last week when I decided I, Kai we're GonNa land on this thing and take a sample while it was a success. until it may be wasn't where we we've Houston, we have a problem. Yeah. Hopefully, not long term problem hopefully solvable but Yeah I think I think the bottom line is they were too successful would that be way of describing it? So the just to recap the the device that they use, it's so the spacecraft itself approaches the surface of of asteroid. Benadryl did this last week in fats. With a kind of almost like a miniature BECO-. Stretched out, which contains a device on the end, which is called Tag Sam. Tag. Sam Is an acronym for touch and go sample acquisition mechanism scrape. On. Mind that one. That one at all go to the feeling of just touching the surface to it hasn't it tax tag lock the game. Exactly. So I'm so this is sort of like a pan. which collects the the sample. Then there apparently is. as a Myla flap, which is meant to seal shocked wants the sample has been collected. Box they were so successful with the tags on the some of the some of the bigger bits of soil and doug that didn't go through the flat properly have wedged it open. Now. They've been the they've collected more than they expect it to. And Dot. Essentially. Maine's that. I feel that they have the possibility of collecting. If they didn't feel that got enough they have the possibility of collecting another sample in January I think the eleventh of January but that I think has now been ditched because they feel they've got enough. In fact has as the NASA bulletin says because the first sample collection event was so successful Nasa Science Mission Directorate has given the mission team the go-ahead to expedite sample storage. In originally scheduled for the second of November. In the space craft sample return capsule to minimise for the sample loss. So this is a separate capsule, the Ash L. see the sample return capsule. which they've got a stow, the sampling and. One there's a quote from Dante Lauretta who's the principal investigator for Cyrus? Rex University of Arizona, the abundance of material we collected from new made it possible to expedite our decision to stow the team is now working around the clock to accelerate the storage line. So we can protect as much of this material as possible for return to Earth now. This is where it gets tricky because what was expected to happen with the storage procedure was that? Cyrus. Rex. would run autonomously through a sequence of events. and. So what they're doing now. A saying, no, we don't want that to happen. We want this to be done. So carefully, carefully enough that we don't lose soil face so they gotta do it all by hand in other words, send a command watch. What happens. And then send the next command watch. What happens the problem is you've got thirty seven minute delay between sending the command and knowing what he's done because they signal travel time at the moment between us and the spacecraft is eighteen point four, five minutes. So each step means that you've got a way for thirty seven minutes while you take the step and then wait to see what happened. In in the in the consequences, it's GonNa be very, very painful I. Think Andrew. This is probably happening as we speak 'cause shadow for the twenty seventh of October. USTA. I would we are the following day? So I, think it's happening now so By the time this this goes to add the outcome might note already oh drought. We've lost it all up. Sure it will be why. Hope not but yeah, it's In terms of glitches when it comes to space missions, this is not the worst. It's ever happened on a visit to another world or another object but. Know, there's been the famous cases of lind's caps getting stuck on by hate all sorts of weird and wonderful things but. it sounds like that go to solution and when Libby Watch. Documentaries or movies about problems in space it's always about working the problem and they obviously have got an idea on how to deal with this. The just GonNa have to be very careful with the execution. Thus correct exactly which is why the doing it one step at the.

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"nasa science mission directorate" Discussed on Your Space Journey

Your Space Journey

07:02 min | 1 year ago

"nasa science mission directorate" Discussed on Your Space Journey

"And sell it. Certainly not enceladus right my feeling ass we go learn how to go in the outer solar system again and kind of investigate conference a follow up of Cassini. Now there's the question about life but also question about these unique worlds are going to really open up entirely new investigation that we've not done now. This is a very exciting time right now. For the Commercial Crew Space Program and for that were excited we might even have. Astronauts launching via SPACEX. Possibly soon as this coming may from. Us soil. We're excited about that. So I wanted to ask Dr Birkin. What his thoughts were on. The commercial crew program here is explained that in more detail so it's really unique right that we can get Americans launch from the US to space with US providers. That's really a unique thing. After so many years after the shuttle retired we've used you know worked with our collaborators and Russia so so commercial crew program. I think is kind of five very courageous. Probe that has been with us for in several administrations like so many things at NASA. John have bipartisan support. And depending on how this goes we may have three options to go back to space right of the two commercial crew reminders and perhaps the space launch system exactly the NASA provided Kind of heavy launch capability so asked me. Go build those things you know. The most important element is that it really that the sky becomes more open for Americans. Our partners to go to space Very excited that we've been in space for eighteen years nonstop right. There's many people alive including my children if not knock lift on this Earth Single Day where an American was not in space and so we have to say that dude. That's the benefit of the space station are not going to say it's a miracle made reality can af- coming together as an international community and building. Nah I think what's going to happen as we go to the moon and beyond that international community will be partnered by commercial players and kind of new things. Well happen again. A courageous way that is at the heart of the commercial crew program to really open up a can of the space for us. The exploration space of humans deeper and deeper into the solar system. Only being mostly in low-earth-orbit. We it's time to take humans out of there and go deeper. How do you maintain the missions in the future of science with with the constantly changing budgets? They keep the long term focus on science so one of the key elements of that strategy is to have a constancy of purpose By the way the way we do that is to recognize that whoever sits this outfit here and as our quarters is not the person who purpose relative to what's the key highest priority signs mission. That's the National Academy of Sciences. Then mention many many years ago an the academy's helping US kind of setting priorities. And of course in he'll fix they're still. Maine's where I'm pretty good at setting priorities. Just because I've worked there for twenty years or more while in astrophysics not the specialists. Don't on earth and frankly it's kind of figuring it's hard to figure out what the best specialists who were this right. Dr Dancer is you need to bring a team together and can prioritize based on principles that are much higher so constancia purpose is one of them that brings us forward so administrations change. We still do. We do the right thing. Continue it so. We don't waste taxpayers money because we cranked back and forth. Just keep going because we have agreed to get her in a bipartisan way. That that's what needs to be done. I think the other thing. I just sat as the bipartisan support. I really believe that's crucial that we learn how to communicate signs. Not just for one. Stakeholder youngsters smart people who are really excited about signs. I'm just as excited to talk to elementary school students to middle school students who people who are doing apprenticeship you know in community colleges. They're also borders and also lifting the same beautiful nature. We are in an if we cannot talk to them about what? We're doing shame on us. Of course. Collaborating with international partners has been very important for NASA ever since the beginning. Here's Dutch were talking more about the importance of that so to one thing that is really critical to think about that When it comes to NASA leadership and collaboration on posing Malibu's kind of weird a leaders there's no other program it really is where we are. Busy sustained leadership doesn't require just that we're a leader now it's also that removing faster and so for me like I mean I learned that from Larry Page to founder of basically says like who cares about where we are right now. The question is army moving fast and so kind of his way of saying. It's not a quantity that matters. It's the first star of that quantity rank festival. It's does slope and so so for me. That collaboration with international partners enables us to do things that otherwise we could not do and do things better because some things like for example Earth observations. We should all contribute. It's not the goal that we keep doing what he did. Twenty thirty years ago the goal is to me again. We're NASA be leap but some empower some others to kind of help contribute and as we put the date out there alter whether it's commercial or international parks but the data out and we can build the next measurement and so forth and so for for me international collaborations from the beginning of as being really important part of the definitional flowed whereabout. I feel look at Space Act. It's right there and I think this entire team beliefs and that that's wonderful times. I can't thank enough for taking time out of your busy schedule. Join US thank you so much. Thanks to you for all your work. You're doing all my pleasure your space journey while we're really drove. My Conversation Touches River Kazeem hoping to find out more about the Science Mission Directorate from NASA. Just go to their website at science dot NASA DOT COM our Doctor Birkin for the unique opportunity of medium. Pacer face for this interview. Also WanNa think Francis Murphy for sharing his patron he earlier on in the episode again. We'd love to hear your space journey. If you'd like to share with us just Texas show notes for information how to do so. Can we WANNA thank you for Jake? Tapper joins today. We really do appreciate it featured this episode with a friend or gives a like if you're watching a youtube or just race favorite podcasts application. We'd appreciate it. Thanks again for joining us. We'll see an accent God bless..

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"nasa science mission directorate" Discussed on Small Steps, Giant Leaps

Small Steps, Giant Leaps

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"nasa science mission directorate" Discussed on Small Steps, Giant Leaps

"Actually can do what we call a turtle swim it rolls. Like rovers do nuts. It's normal operation. But we actually came up with a way that if we find ourselves and really soft soil where you could easily see a rover getting stuck. Just doing rolling. You're actually have a way to kind of swim or crawl out of it and I hope we don't have to use it because that means things are are challenging on the mission. But it's nice that we have that and that's like nothing anyone has ever seen before. I think our execution model is also going to be very different. The agency is always looking for how it can be increasingly more relevant to current capabilities and technologies and our team has already demonstrated ability to to push us forward to kind of path. Find that frankly this clips contract is yet another example of it. The moment NASA is able to acquire capability from industry. It should not be competing with that and it has no interest in competing with that I joke with people that whenever I go and travel. I don't fly on an asset. I flying coach on a commercial airliner like everybody else. And that's because the commercial world has brought cost efficiency savings and all that to it to make that the smart thing to do and so maybe the mission that'll follow behind. Viper WILL BE ONE. That's commercially provided. Maybe it'll be a commercially provided over. That's great the industry's ready to do that. Then let's path find on that route and we spend our activities with the NASA. Doing the really hard and very risky stuff. That isn't really possible by for profit commercial industry. We just always keep that as our divining. Rod doesn't agency going forward to great things links to topics discussed during our conversation along with Dan's bio and a show transcript are available at Apple Dot Nasa Dot Gov Slash podcast. Dan talked about the Commercial Lunar Payload Services Initiative that will deliver viper to the moon. Go Get to learn more about clips during our next episode. When Steve Clarke the NASA Science Mission Directorate Deputy Associate Administrator for exploration joins US ON THE PODCAST? If you have ideas for guests or interview topics please let us know on twitter at NASA apple and use the Hashtag. Small steps. Giant leaps as always. Thanks for listening..

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"nasa science mission directorate" Discussed on NASACast Audio

NASACast Audio

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"nasa science mission directorate" Discussed on NASACast Audio

"Actually can do what we call a turtle swim it rolls. Like rovers do nuts. It's normal operation. But we actually came up with a way that if we find ourselves and really soft soil where you could easily see a rover getting stuck. Just doing rolling. You're actually have a way to kind of swim or crawl out of it and I hope we don't have to use it because that means things are are challenging on the mission. But it's nice that we have that and that's like nothing anyone has ever seen before. I think our execution model is also going to be very different. The agency is always looking for how it can be increasingly more relevant to current capabilities and technologies and our team has already demonstrated ability to to push us forward to kind of path. Find that frankly this clips contract is yet another example of it. The moment NASA is able to acquire capability from industry. It should not be competing with that and it has no interest in competing with that I joke with people that whenever I go and travel. I don't fly on an asset. I flying coach on a commercial airliner like everybody else. And that's because the commercial world has brought cost efficiency savings and all that to it to make that the smart thing to do and so maybe the mission that'll follow behind. Viper WILL BE ONE. That's commercially provided. Maybe it'll be a commercially provided over. That's great the industry's ready to do that. Then let's path find on that route and we spend our activities with the NASA. Doing the really hard and very risky stuff. That isn't really possible by for profit commercial industry. We just always keep that as our divining. Rod doesn't agency going forward to great things links to topics discussed during our conversation along with Dan's bio and a show transcript are available at Apple Dot Nasa Dot Gov Slash podcast. Dan talked about the Commercial Lunar Payload Services Initiative that will deliver viper to the moon. Go Get to learn more about clips during our next episode. When Steve Clarke the NASA Science Mission Directorate Deputy Associate Administrator for exploration joins US ON THE PODCAST? If you have ideas for guests or interview topics please let us know on twitter at NASA apple and use the Hashtag. Small steps. Giant leaps as always. Thanks for listening..

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"nasa science mission directorate" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

02:31 min | 1 year ago

"nasa science mission directorate" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Brain stuff floor involved on here has announced that it has selected a doesn't pay lots of scientific equipment that it plans to fly to the moon on private commercial rockets and landers the missions are planned for later in twenty nineteen aren't really step toward achieving the space agency's over arching goal to send astronauts back to the moon by a commercial space craft in twenty twenty eight this is renewed focus on the moon reflects a late twenty seventeen policy shift by the trump administration which decided that the space agency should return to the moon which was last visited by Apollo seventeen astronaut back in December of nineteen seventy two previously the Obama administration and abandoned a planned lunar mission partly because of cost in favor of focusing upon going to Mars in the twenty thirties we spoke with Steve Clark the deputy associate administrator for exploration and NASA's science mission directorate he explained that the missions flown by commercial winner payload services will include a mixture of scientific instruments and technology demonstrations he said we want to fly mixture as much as we can so they collectively can provide data to the science community and to the folks are designing the next human lander the scientific instruments into the moon will beat Clark said trying to characterize the lunar surface looking for hydrogen molecules and actual traces of water or water ice in the soil and looking for various other elements there on the lunar surface but those studies will do more than just add to our knowledge of earth's natural satellite NASA administrator Jim Breitenstein said in a press release we know there of all the tiles at the polls on the moon and quite frankly that water ice could represent rocket fuel if we have the capacity to generate rocket fuel from the surface of the moon and get them into orbit around the moon we could use that to build a fueling depot on the technology side one payload will include solar energy technology to attempt to advance the engineering of solar cells hopefully making them more efficient the open space missions that are dependent upon solar energy but the work will have applications back on earth as well other technology being tested in most entry descent and landing systems which will help improve the design of future lunar landers including the human lander that eventually will take astronauts to the lunar surface again long range plan also calls for building a lunar orbital station in the twenty twenties which will serve as a platform both for observing the lunar surface in staging manned exploration missions have instruments.

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NASA selects 3 firms for lunar deliveries

SPACE NEWS POD

03:39 min | 1 year ago

NASA selects 3 firms for lunar deliveries

"In today's episode I'm going to be talking about Nasr's first selections for their commercial moon landing services for the est program. Now, the artists program is a series of launches. And let's see how should I put this launches and landings for Rovers and humans on the moon, but also for the lunar gateway. So there are some companies out there that NASA has selected to be the first in this program in NASA has selected three commercial moon landing service providers that will deliver science and technology payloads under the commercial, lunar payload services. C L P S, as part of the artists program and each commercial Lander will carry NASA provided payloads that will conduct science investigations and demonstrated. Vance technologies on the lunar surface, which will bring astronauts back to the moon by twenty twenty four NASA administrator, Jim Bryden Stein said our selection of these US commercial, landing service providers represents America's return to the moon surface for the first time in decades, as a huge step forward for artists lunar exploration plans next year. Our initial science and technology research will be on the lunar surface, which will help support, sending the first. Woman in the next man to the moon in five years investing in these commercial landing services. Also is another step to build a commercial space economy beyond low earth orbit. So each one of these partners, they're going to send different NASA instruments to the lunar surface. And by the end of the summer, NASA will determine which payloads will fly on each flight in the potential payloads include instruments that will conduct new lunar science pinpoint Lander position measured. The lunar radiation of ironman, assess, how Lander an astronaut activity affects the moon in desist with navigation precision, among other capabilities in the selections are Astro botic of Pittsburgh. They been awarded seventy nine point five million dollars and have proposed to fly as many as fourteen payloads to a large crater on the near side of the moon by July twenty twenty one next up is intuitive machines of. Houston, and they've been awarded seventy seven million dollars and intuitive machines proposed to fly as many as five payloads to a scientifically intriguing dark spot on the moon by July of twenty twenty one in orbit beyond of Edison. New Jersey has been awarded ninety seven million dollars and is proposing to fly as many as four payloads to a lava plain in one of the moons craters by September of twenty twenty so that being said about a year and couple of months from now there's going to be a lunar Lander in he lava plain in one of the moons craters, if all goes well for orbit beyond of Edison, New Jersey in NASA science mission directorate in Washington, the associate administrator said that these landings are just the beginning of exciting commercial partnerships, though will bring us closer to solving the many scientific mysteries of our moon. Our solar system and beyond, and what we learn will not only change our view of the universe. But also prepare our human missions to the moon and eventually

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"nasa science mission directorate" Discussed on Science Friday

Science Friday

04:34 min | 2 years ago

"nasa science mission directorate" Discussed on Science Friday

"Listener supported W N Y C studios. This is science Friday. I'm I replayed. Seeing you. I was there yesterday. And I was there with the team. These commands went out into the deep sky, and I learned this morning. I thought we had not heard back and our beloved opportunity remained silent. It is stare for. I'm standing here with sense of deep appreciation and crowded tude declare the opportunity mission as complete on with it. The Mars exploration rower mation asked complete. Been looking. Be seeing. That was Thomas Zurbuchen associate administrator for NASA science mission directorate, officially declaring opportunities remarkable fifteen year long mission to be over the Mars Rover had gone silent since getting caught in a dust storm last summer on Tuesday night, the space agency made one last temped to contact the Rover sending it Billie holiday's rendition of all be seeing you but opportunity did not answer mega girth. Baker senior science reporter with five thirty eight is here to talk about sort of a sad. Occasion, hyg Maggie high that almost made me cry a little bit in student. I got a little misty myself. I is it was almost like death in the family wasn't not. Yeah. I mean, these Rovers are so personable. I mean, they kind of feel like they have faces a little bit people get attached to them. You know, they have Twitter presences. Everybody really loves these things. And this one was scrappy and tough. It was only supposed to last for ninety days when it landed in two thousand four and instead it ran for five thousand three hundred fifty two days, and it took a planet wide dust storm to take it down. So that's that's what happened it could not recover from the dust storm. Yeah. It had gotten stuck in a previous store a few years ago that did recover from. But this one went on a lot longer and the Rover was powered by solar power. So it's solar panels got covered up with dust. And after certain point it didn't have enough energy to kind of keep itself alive. Long enough for the dust to clear. Because they had sent it. What more than eight hundred commands? Yeah. Yeah. Over over the course of the past few months, and it just didn't ever contact us back. Let's talk about some of the highlights of opportunities time on Moore's we we checked in with APPA tune the Mars Rover deputy project scientist Abigail frame in this week and asked her to share her favorite memory of the mission. It's really hard for me to pick a favorite memory from this mission. Because I have so many over the past fifteen years one of them that really sticks out in my mind, though, was in two thousand and ten when we first pulled up to the rim of endeavour crater endeavour crater is this big twenty two kilometers diameter impact crater, and we'd been seeing it in the distance for months before we got there. Pulling up to this crater was basically the start of a new mission in the rim of the crater. We encountered new kinds of rocks much older rocks than we'd seen. Before. And it was so cool to think that after so many years the exploration was just as fresh and exciting as it was the day. We landed mega have some of your favorite highlights. I think one thing that I thought was really exciting to me was the fact that this Rover actually held the record for longest distance driven by a wheeled vehicle off of planet earth. It went twenty eight miles in its time on Mars, which doesn't really seem like a lot. But when you think about everything that sort of had to happen for this little guy to be there and to have the power to drive those miles like that's a lot of effort and a lot of work, and it's twenty eight miles that is very important to our understanding of Martian history..

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"nasa science mission directorate" Discussed on Z Talk Radio

Z Talk Radio

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"nasa science mission directorate" Discussed on Z Talk Radio

"Percent of them since nasa funded surveys began in nineteen ninety eight about fifteen hundred nieto's or navigated each year quote asteroid detection tracking in defense of our planet is something that nasa it's interagency partners and the global community take very seriously unquote said john grunsfeld associate administrator for nasa's science mission directorate in washington father arnaud known impacts threats at this time the 2013 chiluba's super fireball and the recent halloween asteroid close approach remind us of why we need to remain vigilant and keep our eyes to the sky unquote nasa's longterm planetary defense goals include developing technology and techniques for deflecting or redirecting objects that are determined to be on an impact course with earth nasa's asteroid redirect mission concept will demonstrate the effectiveness of the gravity tractor method of planetary defense using the mass of another object to pull an asteroid slightly from its original pass the joint nasa european space agency asteroid impact and deflection assessment mission concept if pursued with demonstrate an impacted inflection method of planetary defense even as intervention is not possible nasa would provide expert input to sima about impact calming location and affixed to inform emergency response operations intern fema would handle the preparations and response planning related to the consequences of atmospheric entry or impact to us communities the recently passed federal budget for fiscal year twenty sixteen includes fifty million dollars for neo observations and planetary descents representing a more than tenfold increase since the beginning of the current administration this is excellent news about time a new but previously suspected matter state of hydrogen has been confirmed the basic states of matter are the well known solid liquid and gas but under certain circumstances other forms can exist such as plasma an ionized pass now hydrogen is usually found as gas on earth but if gold sufficiently can become liquid and.

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"nasa science mission directorate" Discussed on Z Talk Radio

Z Talk Radio

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"nasa science mission directorate" Discussed on Z Talk Radio

"The osborne cosmic weather report by stephanie osborne news with us last week and she's with us every week by doing the cosmic weather report at the top of the hour so we'll be right back after these programmes from for audience says he isn't the needs expressed that has not necessarily reflect these the station the network any other silly to this network response could die and they'll come to the osborne cosmic was the report today is wednesday january thirteen twenty 26 nasa his formalised its ongoing programme for detecting and trapping nearer objects were nieto's as the planetary defence coordination office the office remains within monetary science division in the agency's science mission directorate in washington the office holding responsible for supervision of all nasa funded projects we fine in characterize asked with comments that pass near earth orbit around the sun it will also take a leading role in coordinating inter agency in intergovernmental efforts in response to any potential impact threats more than thirteen thousand five hundred nearer objects of all sizes discovered that more than 95 percent of them since nasa funded surveys began in 1998 about 1500 nieto's are now detected each year quote asteroid detection tracking in defence of our planet is something that nasa it's interagency partners and the global community take very seriously unquote said john grunsfeld associate administrator for nasa science mission directorate in washington quote father arnaud known impacts threats at this time the 2013 chelyabinsk super far ball and the recent howling asteroid close approach remind us of why we need to remain vigilant and keep our eyes to the sky unquote nasr's longterm planetary defence goals include developing technology and techniques for deflecting or redirecting objects that are determined to the on impact course with her nasr's asteroid redirect mission concept will demonstrate the effectiveness of the gravity tractor method of monitored since using the mass of another object to pull an asteroid slightly from its original were rule past the joint naslund european space agency asteroid impact and deflection assessment mission consi up if pursued would demonstrate an impact clutch method of monitoring sense even his intervention is not possible nasa would provide expert input to fema about impact calming location and affects to inform emergency response operations turn fema would handle the preparations and response planning related to the consequences of atmospheric entry or impact the us communities the.

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"nasa science mission directorate" Discussed on Z Talk Radio

Z Talk Radio

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"nasa science mission directorate" Discussed on Z Talk Radio

"The top of the hour so we'll be right back after these programmes intended our audience says he isn't the needs expressed that has not necessarily reflect these the station the network any other affiliates of this network or sponsors today and welcome to the osborne cosmic worthy report today is wednesday january 13th 26 nasa his formalised its ongoing programme for detecting and trapping nearer objects corneas as the planetary defence board nation office the office remains within monetary science division in the agency's science mission directorate in washington the office holding responsible for supervision of all nasa funded projects he find interior draws asked was comments that pass near earth orbit around the sun it will also take a leading role in coordinating inter agency an intergovernmental efforts in response to any potential impact threats more than thirteen thousand five hundred nearer objects of all sizes have been discovered tonight more than 95 percent of them since nasa funded surveys began in 1998 about 1500 meals are now detected each year quote asteroid detection tracking in defence of our planet is something that nasa interagency partners and the global community take very seriously uncle said john grunsfeld associate administrator for nasa science mission directorate in washington what father arnaud known impacts threats at this time the 2013 chiluba's super far ball and the recent halloween asteroid close approach remind us of why we need to remain vigilant and keep our eyes to the sky unquote nazer's longterm planetary defence goals include developing technology and techniques were deflecting or redirecting objects that are determined to the on impact course with her masses asteroid redirect mission concept will demonstrate the effectiveness of the gravity tractor method if monitored since using the mass of another object to pull an asteroid slightly from its original orbital passed the joint nasa european space agency asteroid impact and deflection assessment mission up if pursued would demonstrate an impact clutch method of monetary sense even as intervention is not possible nasa would provide expert includes fema about impact calming location and a six to inform emergency response operations intern seena would handle the preparations and response planning related to the consequences of atmospheric entry or impact the us communes the recently passed through her budget for fiscal year 2016 includes fifty million dollars knee alterations and monitored hints representing a more than tenfold increase since the.

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"nasa science mission directorate" Discussed on Z Talk Radio

Z Talk Radio

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"nasa science mission directorate" Discussed on Z Talk Radio

"We find and characterize asked was the comet that pass near earth orbit around the sun it will also take a leading role in coordinating inter agency in intergovernmental efforts in response to any potential impact threats more than thirteen thousand five hundred near of objects of all sauce in discovered thank more than 95 percent of them since nasa funded surveys began in 1998 about 1500 meals are now detected each year quote asteroid detection tracking in defence of our planet is something that nasa it's agency partners and the global community take very seriously unquote said john grunsfeld associate administrator for nasa science mission directorate in washington what father arnaud known impact threats at this time the 2013 chelyabinsk super pharval and the recent halloween asteroid close approach remind us of why we need to remain vigilant and keep our eyes to this guy unquote nasser's longterm planetary defence goals include developing technology and techniques for deflecting or read directing objects that are determined to the on impact horse with earth nasa asteroid redirect mission constantly will demonstrate the effectiveness of the gravity tractor method of monitored since using the mass of another object to pull an asteroid slightly from its original were who passed the joint nasa european space agency asteroid impact and deflection assessment mission ponzi up if pursued would demonstrate an impact fletch method of monetary since even his intervention is not possible nasa would provide expert input to fema about impact calming location and affixed to inform emergency response operations intern thema would handle the preparations and response planning related to the consequences of atmospheric entry or impact the us communities the recently passed through her budget for fiscal near twenty seen includes fifty million dollars for new york's relations and monitored since representing a more than tenfold increase since the beginning of the current administration this is excellent news and about on a new but prediced lee suspected managed state of hydrogen has been confirmed the basic state the matter are the wellknown solid liquid gas but under certain circumstances other forms can exist such as plasma on ice guests now hydrogen is usually found gas on earth but if gould sufficiently can become liquid and it.

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"nasa science mission directorate" Discussed on Z Talk Radio

Z Talk Radio

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"nasa science mission directorate" Discussed on Z Talk Radio

"Near algiers of all sizes have been discovered thank more than 95 percent of them since nasa funded surveys began in 1998 about 1500 nieto's are now detected each year quote asteroid detection tracking in defence of our planet is something that nasa it's interesting jersey partners and the global community take very seriously unquote said john grunsfeld associate administrator for nasa science mission directorate in washington quote father arnaud known impact threats at this time the 2013 chelyabinsk super pharval and the recent halloween asteroid close approach remind us of why we need to remain vigilant and keep our eyes to the sky on growth masses longterm monetary defence goals include developing technology and techniques for deflecting or redirecting objects that are determined to the on impact course with earth masses asteroid redirect mission concept will demonstrate the effectiveness of the gravity tractor method of monitored since using the massive another object to pull an asteroid slightly from its original order passed the joint nasa european space agency asteroid impact and deflection assessment mission hans yep if pursued would demonstrate an impact fletch method of monitoring since even his intervention is not possible nasa would provide expert input to fema about impact tom location and a six to inform emergency response operations intern seena would handle the preparations and response planning related to the consequences of atmospheric entry or impact the us communities the recently passed through budget for fiscal year twenty seen includes fifty million dollars per knee alterations and monetary two cents representing a more than tenfold increase since the beginning of the current administration this is excellent news and about on a new but previously suspected matter state of hydrogen has been confirmed the basic states a matter are the wellknown solid liquid gas but under certain circumstances other forms can exist such as plasma on i guess now hydrogen is usually found is a gas on earth but if gould sufficiently can become liquid and it is the storm which is used as rocket fuel for example in the special and if cool so further can solidified will kind of ice but if pressure is also applaud is hydrogen is cool than.

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"nasa science mission directorate" Discussed on Z Talk Radio

Z Talk Radio

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"nasa science mission directorate" Discussed on Z Talk Radio

"Were the report today is wednesday jen were 13th 26 nasa his formalised its ongoing programme for detecting and trapping nearer objects corneas as the planetary defence coordination office the office remains within monetary science division in the agency's science mission directorate in washington the office holding responsible for supervision of all nasa funded projects he's fine in characterize asked with comments that pass near earth orbit around the sun it will also take a leading role in coordinating inter agency in intergovernmental efforts in response to any potential impact threats more than thirteen thousand five hundred nearer objects of all sizes have been discovered tonight more than 95 percent of them since nasa funded surveys began in 1998 about 1500 meals are now detected each year quote asteroid detection tracking in defence of our planet is something that nasa it's interagency partners and the global community take very seriously unquote said john grunsfeld associate administrator for nasa science mission directorate in washington quote father arnaud known impacts threats at this time the 2013 chelyabinsk super far ball and the recent helming asteroid close approach remind us of why we need to remain vigilant and keep our eyes to the scott unquote nasser's longterm monetary defence goals include developing technology and techniques were deflecting or redirecting objects that are determined to the on an impact course with her masses asteroid redirect mission concept would demonstrate the effectiveness of the gravity tractor method of monitored since using the mass of another object to pull in asteroid slightly from its original order passed the joint nassan european space agency asteroid impact and deflection assessment mission concept if pursued with demonstrate an impact clutch method of monetary sense even his intervention is not possible nasa would provide expert input to fema about impact calming location and associates to inform emergency response operations intern seena would handle the preparations and response planning related to the consequences of atmospheric entry or impact the us communities the recently passed through budget for fiscal year twenty seen includes fifty million dollars per knee alterations and monitored hints representing a more than tenfold increase since the.

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"nasa science mission directorate" Discussed on Z Talk Radio

Z Talk Radio

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"nasa science mission directorate" Discussed on Z Talk Radio

"Play the osborne cosmic weather report by stephanie osborne news with us last week and she is with us every week by doing the cosmic weather report at the top of the hour so we'll be right back after these programs and it's all mature audience says he isn't the needs expressed that has not necessarily reflect these the station the network any other silly to this network or sponsors today and welcome to the osborne cosmic was the report today is wednesday january 13th 26 nasa his formalised its ongoing programme for detecting and trapping nearer objects were nieto's as the planetary defence board nation office the office remains within monetary science division in the agency's science mission record in washington the office holding responsible for supervision of all nasa funded projects defined find interior draws asked with comments that pass near earth orbit around the sun it will also take a leading role in coordinating inter agency in intergovernmental efforts in response to any potential impact threats more than thirteen thousand five hundred nearer objects of all sizes have been discovered nothing more than 95 percent of them since nasa funded surveys began in 1998 about 1500 meals are now detected each year quote asteroid detection tracking in defence of our planet is something that nasa interagency partners and the global community take very seriously uncle said john grunsfeld associate administrator for nasa science mission directorate in washington quote father arnaud known impacts threats at this time the 2013 chiluba's super far ball and the recent helming asteroid close approach remind us of why we need to remain vigilant and keep our eyes to the scott unquote nestles longterm planetary defence goals include developing technology and techniques were deflecting or redirecting objects that are determined to the on impact horse with her masses asteroid redirect mission concept will demonstrate the effectiveness of the gravity tractor method if monitored since using the mass of another object to pull an asteroid slightly from its original orbital passed the joint nasa european space agency asteroid impact and deflection assessment mission concept if pursued would demonstrate an impact clutch method of since even as intervention is not possible nasa would provide includes a fema about impact calming location and a six to inform emergency response operations intern fina would handle.

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"nasa science mission directorate" Discussed on Z Talk Radio

Z Talk Radio

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"nasa science mission directorate" Discussed on Z Talk Radio

"Sun it will also take a leading role in coordinating inter agency in intergovernmental efforts in response to any potential impact more than thirteen thousand five hundred near algiers also was discovered thing more than 95 percent of them since nasa funded sir surveys began in 1998 about 1500 nieto's are now dejected each year quote asteroid detection tracking in defence of our planet is something that nasa it's interagency partners and the global community take very seriously said john branchville associate administrator for nasa science mission directorate in washington father arnaud known impact threats of his time the 2013 chelyabinsk super far fall and the recent halloween asteroid close approach remind us of why we need to remain vigilant and keep our eyes to this guy unquote nasser's longterm planetary defence goals include developing technology and techniques for deflecting or redirecting objects that are determined the on an impact horse with her nasr's asteroid redirect mission concert will demonstrate the effectiveness of the gravity tractor method of monitored since using the mass of another object to pull in astra asteroid slightly from its original order passed the joint nasa european space agency asteroid impact and deflection assessment mission haunch yep if pursued would demonstrate an impact collection method of monetary decisions even his intervention is not possible national would provides expert input fema about impact calming location and six two to inform emergency response operations intern fema would handle the preparations and response planning related to the consequences of atmospheric entry were impact to us communities the recently passed through budget for fiscal year 2016 includes fifty million dollars per knee alterations and planetary defence representing a more than tenfold increase since the beginning of the current administration this is x the news and about on a new but previously suspected member state of hydrogen has been confirmed the vice excites the matter or as wellknown solid liquid gas but under certain circumstances other teams can exist such as plasma on ice guess now hydrogen is usually found is a gas on earth but if gold efficiently can become liquid and it is the scam which is used as rocket fuel for example in the i shall enter school so further can solidified will kind of ice but if pressure is also applaud is hydrogen is cool the minute solidifies instead of an amorphous is it takes on the.

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"nasa science mission directorate" Discussed on Z Talk Radio

Z Talk Radio

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"nasa science mission directorate" Discussed on Z Talk Radio

"Am rat seatac view the everything you use i have also done my research on uncorroborated separately so i guess it's definitely a real thing okay gene hey we're going to need to take a break so with that we're going to play the osborne cosmic weather report by stuff nieto's bore news with us last week and she is with us every week by doing the cosmic weather report at the top of the hour so we'll be right back after these programmes commissioner audience views and opinions expressed that has not necessarily reflect these the station the network any other fillets it this network or his office the day and welcome to the osborne cosmic worthy report today is wednesday january thirteen twenty knots nelson his formalised its ongoing programme for you checking in tracking nearer objects were nieto's as the planetary defence boredin nation office the office remains within planetary sciences division in the agency's science mission directorate in washington the office holding response for supervision of all necessary projects he signed and characterize asked was comments the pass near earth orbit around the sun it will also take a leading role in coordinating inter agency and intergovernmental efforts in response to any potential impact threats more than thirteen thousand five hundred near objects also us the niece of more than 95 percent of them since nasa funded surveys began in 1998 about 1500 meals are now detected each year quote asteroid detection tracking in the sense our planet is something that nasa interagency partners and the global community take very seriously said john branchville associate administrator for nasa science mission directorate in washington club father arnaud known impact shreds of his time the 2013 chilean super far fall and the recent halloween asteroid close remind us of why we need to remain vigilant and keep our eyes to this guy on unplug nazer's longterm planetary defence goals include developing technology and techniques were deflecting redirecting objects that are determined the on impact course with her nasr's asteroids redirect mission concept will demonstrate the effectiveness of the gravity tractor method of planetary dissents using the massive another object to pull in asteroid slightly from its original or who passed the joint nasa european space agency asteroid impact and deflection assessment mission hans yep yep pursued with demonstrated impacted selection method of monetary decisions even as intervention is not possible national would provide expert inflicted fema of.

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"nasa science mission directorate" Discussed on Z Talk Radio

Z Talk Radio

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"nasa science mission directorate" Discussed on Z Talk Radio

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