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Mars Cam Views from NASA Rover during Red Planet Exploration

Innovation Now

01:19 min | 6 months ago

Mars Cam Views from NASA Rover during Red Planet Exploration

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

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Eyes on the Solar System

Innovation Now

01:28 min | 8 months ago

Eyes on the Solar System

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

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"nastase mars" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

06:25 min | 10 months ago

"nastase mars" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

"So that's the one side. That's what Republicans were focused on. As they question, four of the nation's Big Tech execs today. But the purpose of today's House hearing as we heard earlier segment was to talk about antitrust issues. The Times puts it this way Democrats on the committee quickly dug into the issue of competition citing documents obtained from inside the tech companies that they said, showed their anticompetitive conduct for more at long last, we welcome to this. Broadcast Scott Galloway. He's a professor at the nyu student Stern School of business. I knew I was going to screw that up and the author of the four, the hidden DNA of Amazon Apple, book and Google also, Co host of New York. Magazine podcasts pivot alongside our friend, the technology journalists, Cara Swisher Big Fan. Thank you for coming on and I. Hope it's the first of many appearances and I'll start with a devil's advocate question in pandemic. Why should Americans who may view Amazon as a lifeline during this time? WHO CASUALLY PICK UP THEIR APPLE? Use it to Google something use it to hop on facebook have baked all of this end of their lives why was today important for them? Why should they care about this hearing? A I saw thanks for your a janitor could be with you Brian. So I think that today was typically these things are more spectacle than historic and I would argue that this was fairly historic and this might have been the beginning of the end of big tech. As we know it this was more confirmation of the thirteen or the culmination of a thirteen month investigation over a million documents and these witnesses were really just props for the the committee to basically go through all the reasons that they feel that these companies are suppressing innovation avoiding taxes crushing competition. So why should we care citizens? I think our prices. Have, gone up. If you're a parent, you're prices have gone up in terms of teen depression because there's no reason for facebook to compete in put in place safeguards. If you're an entrepreneur, the fastest growing parts of our economy are dominated by duopoly. So your choices have gone up and if you're a tax payer, the most profitable companies in the world seemed overwhelmed Washington and engage in massive tax avoidance. So our prices, which is typically kind of the measure for antitrust have skyrocketed. So I think this was more historic in spectacle I think this is the beginning of the end as big tech as we know it Brian. So you and I are old enough to remember one phone company and you had to even by the phone from that phone company until Judge Greene came along and busted it up can I assume from your answer that in our remaining lifetime we're going to see real regulation and or busting up of some of these day facto monopolies. I, believe. So what was interesting talent is before the hearings ticked off, you had tweets advocating to break these firms up from Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump. This is a rare bipartisan issue. Now, it felt like we went to committee hearings today the Republicans want to break them up because of what they perceive as Conservative bias in the Democrats want to break them up because what they feel are anti-competitive practices, but it's rare that you see some sort of consensus. Now regardless of why they wanNA break them up, there seems to be some consensus new brought a and TNT Brian. There's few things our government seems to get right all the time and breaking up companies seems to be one of those things. When we look at and T. There was the same nationalist argument, we need a national champion. We need a big company to make the requisite investments big as good. We broke these companies up and just ten years later, these companies each were worth more than the original company and we unlocked incredible innovation and shareholder value fiber data sell that it all. Ended up where lying dormant pay pal spun from Ebay is now worth multiple times more than the parent company. So there's a lot of grey reasons to break up a company. That's it's good for shareholders is good for the tax base. It's good for employees. The only thing that the only individual that it's bad for is the CEO who wants to remain. Aren't found of West rose just not just not one of the seven realms. So this is one of the few things that government always seems to get right is breaking up companies. This is what we are trying to tell our viewers you will gain by listening to the podcast we mentioned, Scott? Galloway please come back on a Talk about your point your point on higher education that it's become very expensive streaming service these days but please come back on the broadcast. Thank you for having a sentence sharing a few minutes with US tonight coming up. It's a seven months trip starting with tomorrow's rocket launch and when it lands, the whole world will be watching this little thing. The story when we continue. So. If you WANNA, go to the moon in space terms, it's relatively easy. If you push it, you can be there in three days Mars something else entirely just the launch window opens once every twenty six months. That's when the orbits of Earth and Mars Align. So tomorrow morning weather permitting Nastase Mars rover will lift off from Cape Canaveral on its mission to Mars it's a hall. It takes about seven months to get there before the rover can begin its search for evidence of life we get the full story tonight from NBC News. Correspondent Tom Costello. Headed for Mars, tomorrow, a new rover named perseverance and boy is it loaded with cameras and probes and drills to collect soil and rock samples for a future trip to Earth even a microphone. So we can all hear what mar sounds like but it's the tiny helicopter or drone that's getting the most attention. It'll fly just fifteen feet off the ground serving the Martian landscape shitting to be like the right brothers moment but on another planet at Mars..

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"nastase mars" Discussed on The Big Story

The Big Story

08:50 min | 1 year ago

"nastase mars" Discussed on The Big Story

"I have been known on occasion to talk about my desire to leave this doomed planet behind by known to I mostly mean I've been told shop. You have a family. You're not going to colonize Mars. And that's true. I because no self respecting colonization mission. Asian wants a podcast or closing on forty but mostly it's true because for every Rosie promise of an eventual human colony on Mars reality sets up. That's too bad because those promises get more rosy by the year it sounds like something sci fi but Nastase Mars orbiter orbiter has seen something only imagined. Liquid water has been found on Mars. This is the first time in four and a half billion year history of it's been possible to extend life beyond earth. Thousands of people are going to colonize Mars. And I am telling you that they're going to do this soon. Strap yourselves in. We're going to Mars. It will not shock you to learn that there are some problems these rosy announcements. Don't address and that the likelihood hood of an early death a failed mission cancer from extreme radiation or even in the very best case scenario a life lived in tunnels meters under the surface are among those problems. Why do we still dream of Mars? Why do we want a backup plan? What's going on there? That keeps US hoping beyond hope even though it would be easier to live on earth after total nuclear winter and to exist on Mars right now that will one day making their we natural dreamers or is it more than that Jordan Heath Rawlings this is the big story Dr Katie Mac is a theoretical cosmologists. She is an assistant professor of Physics at NC State University and she's currently on a visiting fellowship at perimeter theoretical physics in Waterloo eye. Doctor can we start by. Just telling me that as a scientist when you hear an announcement like The latest one in a string from Elon. Musk what is the first thing that goes through your head. Well I you know. I wonder what the technical plans are. Because Sir Lotta Times these announcements are things like. Oh we're going to do this. We're going to do that. And I'm always curious to know what what the real sort sort of thinking is behind it in terms of. What are the resources that are going to be used? How's the technology going to be used end? You know is this a plan ignores this a hope or is this a sort of you know. Maybe we could do this if we are a certain amount of funding if we had a certain you know situation in terms of the technology development. It's you know so I'm always kind of wondering exactly exactly what people mean when they. When they make big pronouncements about big plans? How often do you find that it comes with the technical stuff that you just mentioned? And how often is it More of a hope. Well it's it depends on who's talking about it and it depends on how developed the plans are if there's so for example if Nasr's developing a plan to send a probe to a comment or something like that. There will often be a website with a lot of technical details about the mission. It's something that's been in development for thirty years And you can download fact sheets and all of that with private companies. It's a lot a lot of times a lot less Open and that's for various reasons around the privacy seve of the technology or just the different standards by which Different organizations were operating. Well I just wanted to because in preparing for this interview because we decided we wanted to talk to somebody about The specifics of this after the latest announcement but I I in preparation. I wanted to figure out how long this idea's kicking around particularly from Elon. Musk so this is just about five or six headlines going back to September Twenty Seventh Twenty Sixteen Elon. Musk has a lot to prove. Today's Mars. Ars Colonization announcement a year later alone must projects mar spaceship will be ready for short trips by the first half of two thousand nineteen next later that year Elon. Musk defense plans hands to build a community on Mars after a downbeat NASA report. September Twenty Nine Twenty Nineteen Elon Musk unveils spacex new starship plans for private trips to Mars. And Beyond and and of course last week Yulon Mosk is still thinking big with spacex his starship Mars colonizing Brockett envisioning fleets of one thousand star ships CBS departing for Mars. Every twenty six months because you think when you heard that one it sounds very ambitious This is a this is is a ship that's still in development. We've seen a prototype. There was a big press conference when You know the initial kind of prototype was unveiled but It's never flown. And there's there's still a lot of technological development that's going to happen before this spacecraft is is available and how's for getting a lot of people out into orbit up in an out tomorrow It's not clear exactly how this is GonNa work You know there are. There are a few details online Illinois Musk has been tweeting about it. A bit but whether or not there's going to be the infrastructure available there her You know what the time line is exactly. That's also a little vague and presumably purchase purposely vague. Because it's still kind of in the future And a lot of this is going to depend on how the development of the rocket goes whatever kind of living situation they set up. There is going to be so you know it sounds it. Sounds like a lot to promise but We don't we don't know yet how it's going to turn out. And I think as with a lot of space missions there will probably be delays. There will probably be changes to what exactly is being done. And that's something that anybody who pays attention to spatial space missions is very used to so. I don't think that it's beyond You know the Pale for there to be a promise of a really cool thing that gets pushed back a bit or the scope changes So I think in general when I hear an announcement of any kind of space mission I take the details with a grain of salt and I should add that I wasn't even though it might have sounded like it reading those condescending tone I am an optimist towards going to Mars. I would love you and then every time I talked to somebody who actually knows about it. they pour a lot of cold water over my. I mean I would love to go to you. Know I I have applied to the NASA astronaut. Twice I I made the first cut one of the Times. You know. I've I've this is something that I would love to do. I would love to go into space. I would love to go wander around on Mars. I think this would be An amazing dream but there are also some realistic limitations that we have to consider and there are things that we have to prepare for and the there have to be really good plans in place I would. I think personally much rather go to Mars with NASA than with SPACEX. Just because I know that NASA is definitely going to put you know to be very conservative about everything and I am as somebody who would be on the rocket. I appreciate that well. Let's leave Colonizing Mars for just a moment. When is it inevitable that we're inching closer to eventually sending you know a NASA astronaut to Mars? I think that's the definitely in the plans. You know that's part of what the those sort of long term goals of of human spaceflight for NASA are so there there is a hope to to get people out there. There's a plan to send people back to the moon and eventually on to Mars. That's that's part of the stated plan of of NASA at the moment. Why why do you think that astronaut on Mars aside people are so much more captivated by the idea of thousands of people and thousands of rockets going to live there? I think there are a few things I think one thing is that it's the idea of being on. Mars is something that has captured the imagination. For a long time. You know it looks like like a place you could go wander around you know. It looks like a desert With you know hills and rocks and and dunes and it just looks familiar in a way that a lot of the other planetary bodies out there and moons. Don't you know the the Moon looks very very alien. Mars looks Kinda like a desert desert. You know it looks like something we could imagine wandering around on and so I think part of that is what's really fascinating to to as as people we we like the idea of just going and seeing the place.

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Why Mars is a lovely dream that will also probably kill anyone who goes

The Big Story

08:50 min | 1 year ago

Why Mars is a lovely dream that will also probably kill anyone who goes

"I have been known on occasion to talk about my desire to leave this doomed planet behind by known to I mostly mean I've been told shop. You have a family. You're not going to colonize Mars. And that's true. I because no self respecting colonization mission. Asian wants a podcast or closing on forty but mostly it's true because for every Rosie promise of an eventual human colony on Mars reality sets up. That's too bad because those promises get more rosy by the year it sounds like something sci fi but Nastase Mars orbiter orbiter has seen something only imagined. Liquid water has been found on Mars. This is the first time in four and a half billion year history of it's been possible to extend life beyond earth. Thousands of people are going to colonize Mars. And I am telling you that they're going to do this soon. Strap yourselves in. We're going to Mars. It will not shock you to learn that there are some problems these rosy announcements. Don't address and that the likelihood hood of an early death a failed mission cancer from extreme radiation or even in the very best case scenario a life lived in tunnels meters under the surface are among those problems. Why do we still dream of Mars? Why do we want a backup plan? What's going on there? That keeps US hoping beyond hope even though it would be easier to live on earth after total nuclear winter and to exist on Mars right now that will one day making their we natural dreamers or is it more than that Jordan Heath Rawlings this is the big story Dr Katie Mac is a theoretical cosmologists. She is an assistant professor of Physics at NC State University and she's currently on a visiting fellowship at perimeter theoretical physics in Waterloo eye. Doctor can we start by. Just telling me that as a scientist when you hear an announcement like The latest one in a string from Elon. Musk what is the first thing that goes through your head. Well I you know. I wonder what the technical plans are. Because Sir Lotta Times these announcements are things like. Oh we're going to do this. We're going to do that. And I'm always curious to know what what the real sort sort of thinking is behind it in terms of. What are the resources that are going to be used? How's the technology going to be used end? You know is this a plan ignores this a hope or is this a sort of you know. Maybe we could do this if we are a certain amount of funding if we had a certain you know situation in terms of the technology development. It's you know so I'm always kind of wondering exactly exactly what people mean when they. When they make big pronouncements about big plans? How often do you find that it comes with the technical stuff that you just mentioned? And how often is it More of a hope. Well it's it depends on who's talking about it and it depends on how developed the plans are if there's so for example if Nasr's developing a plan to send a probe to a comment or something like that. There will often be a website with a lot of technical details about the mission. It's something that's been in development for thirty years And you can download fact sheets and all of that with private companies. It's a lot a lot of times a lot less Open and that's for various reasons around the privacy seve of the technology or just the different standards by which Different organizations were operating. Well I just wanted to because in preparing for this interview because we decided we wanted to talk to somebody about The specifics of this after the latest announcement but I I in preparation. I wanted to figure out how long this idea's kicking around particularly from Elon. Musk so this is just about five or six headlines going back to September Twenty Seventh Twenty Sixteen Elon. Musk has a lot to prove. Today's Mars. Ars Colonization announcement a year later alone must projects mar spaceship will be ready for short trips by the first half of two thousand nineteen next later that year Elon. Musk defense plans hands to build a community on Mars after a downbeat NASA report. September Twenty Nine Twenty Nineteen Elon Musk unveils spacex new starship plans for private trips to Mars. And Beyond and and of course last week Yulon Mosk is still thinking big with spacex his starship Mars colonizing Brockett envisioning fleets of one thousand star ships CBS departing for Mars. Every twenty six months because you think when you heard that one it sounds very ambitious This is a this is is a ship that's still in development. We've seen a prototype. There was a big press conference when You know the initial kind of prototype was unveiled but It's never flown. And there's there's still a lot of technological development that's going to happen before this spacecraft is is available and how's for getting a lot of people out into orbit up in an out tomorrow It's not clear exactly how this is GonNa work You know there are. There are a few details online Illinois Musk has been tweeting about it. A bit but whether or not there's going to be the infrastructure available there her You know what the time line is exactly. That's also a little vague and presumably purchase purposely vague. Because it's still kind of in the future And a lot of this is going to depend on how the development of the rocket goes whatever kind of living situation they set up. There is going to be so you know it sounds it. Sounds like a lot to promise but We don't we don't know yet how it's going to turn out. And I think as with a lot of space missions there will probably be delays. There will probably be changes to what exactly is being done. And that's something that anybody who pays attention to spatial space missions is very used to so. I don't think that it's beyond You know the Pale for there to be a promise of a really cool thing that gets pushed back a bit or the scope changes So I think in general when I hear an announcement of any kind of space mission I take the details with a grain of salt and I should add that I wasn't even though it might have sounded like it reading those condescending tone I am an optimist towards going to Mars. I would love you and then every time I talked to somebody who actually knows about it. they pour a lot of cold water over my. I mean I would love to go to you. Know I I have applied to the NASA astronaut. Twice I I made the first cut one of the Times. You know. I've I've this is something that I would love to do. I would love to go into space. I would love to go wander around on Mars. I think this would be An amazing dream but there are also some realistic limitations that we have to consider and there are things that we have to prepare for and the there have to be really good plans in place I would. I think personally much rather go to Mars with NASA than with SPACEX. Just because I know that NASA is definitely going to put you know to be very conservative about everything and I am as somebody who would be on the rocket. I appreciate that well. Let's leave Colonizing Mars for just a moment. When is it inevitable that we're inching closer to eventually sending you know a NASA astronaut to Mars? I think that's the definitely in the plans. You know that's part of what the those sort of long term goals of of human spaceflight for NASA are so there there is a hope to to get people out there. There's a plan to send people back to the moon and eventually on to Mars. That's that's part of the stated plan of of NASA at the moment. Why why do you think that astronaut on Mars aside people are so much more captivated by the idea of thousands of people and thousands of rockets going to live there? I think there are a few things I think one thing is that it's the idea of being on. Mars is something that has captured the imagination. For a long time. You know it looks like like a place you could go wander around you know. It looks like a desert With you know hills and rocks and and dunes and it just looks familiar in a way that a lot of the other planetary bodies out there and moons. Don't you know the the Moon looks very very alien. Mars looks Kinda like a desert desert. You know it looks like something we could imagine wandering around on and so I think part of that is what's really fascinating to to as as people we we like the idea of just going and seeing the place

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"nastase mars" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"nastase mars" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"Going on six thirty five right now. It's time to get the way. I download Craig Martin a federal judge voiding Paul manafort's plea deal saying President Trump's former campaign chief breached his plea agreement by lying to the special counsel team investigating Russia's attempt to influence the two thousand sixteen presidential election. The decision will likely hurt manafort's chances. Getting a lighter sentence next month for the crimes that he pled guilty to President Trump is making the case for his border wall before a conference of sheriffs and police chiefs in Washington today. Trump again argued that there is a national crisis at the US Mexico border. And he said a wall is needed. Stop illegal immigration human trafficking, illicit drugs, and violent crime Chandler man is under arrest accused of having sex with his fifteen year old babysitter. More than twenty times Chandler police say they arrested Forty-one-year-old Joseph Sizemore, outset of drugstore after he bought the morning after pill for the babysitter. Sizemore was booked into the miracle pa- county jail on eleven counts of sexual conduct with a minor church. Officials in Kentucky are standing behind the students at the center of the viral video encounter between Covington Catholic high school students and a native American man, the Bishop of Covington said investigators found no evidence than students responded with offensive or racist statements to anyone during a school trip to Washington DC. And it's the end of the road for Nastase Mars Rover opportunity officials at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena lost contact with the Rover after last June's planet white dust storm. That's is John callous noted opportunity was originally intended to be just a ninety day mission. And forty five kilometers of Adama Trie, we've done phenomenal things we've greatly expanded our understanding of the red planet. Nasa plans to launch a new Rover mission to Mars in twenty twenty five fifty KFYI covers the valley with east side west.

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"nastase mars" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:15 min | 2 years ago

"nastase mars" Discussed on AP News

"Three more Landers, and at least two orbiters will be doing further exploring of the red planet. Nastase Mars twenty twenty hunt for Roxette Meinhold evidence of ancient microbial life, and stash it in a safe place for return to earth in the early twenty thirty s the european-russian ex. Oh Mars will also sniff out possible pass life drilling. A couple yards down for chemical fossils. The Chinese Mars twenty twenty feature both in orbiter and Lander and the United Arab Emirates aims to send its first spacecraft Mars in twenty twenty the Orbiter's named hope or a mall in Arabic. The fourth avengers movie finally has a title the highly anticipated and closely guarded conclusion to the 0 war saga will be called avengers. And the game the first trailer for the film has already been released. Scarlett Johansson, black widow character explains that Donald's really did erase half the population avengers 0 war ended on that cliffhanger as many of Marvel's superheroes. Dissolved into the air. It went on to become the highest grossing film in the marvel cinematic universe with over two billion dollars in ticket sales of Andrews then game will debut in northern American theaters. Next April critically endangered eastern. Black rhinos are being sent back. Home to Rwanda from wildlife parks in three European countries. Three female and two male rhinos from the Denver crawl zoo in the Czech Republic. Flamingo land in Britain, and re park safari in Denmark will meet first in the Czech park to get used to each other. Then they're off to the. Akkad gera- national park in eastern Rwanda in may or June. It'll be the biggest single transport of rhinos from Europe to Africa ever. There are only about nine hundred of the subspecies remaining in the world ninety of them in twenty two European zoos. The five rhinos will live on a peninsula of some eleven and a half square miles. And will initially be kept separate from eighteen eastern black rhinos that were brought to a different part of the park several months ago from South Africa once both groups settle there. They'll be allowed to enter breed African rhinos remain under intense pressure from poachers who kill them to meet demand for their horns in illegal markets, primarily in Vietnam and China Muller Trump, I'm Tim Maguire, the AP newsmen in court fighting today special counsel, Robert Mueller's office says Russia reached out to the Trump campaign is far back as twenty fifteen with President Trump's former personal attorney Michael Cohen, handling the inquiries. Another filing special prosecutor says former Trump campaign chairman, Paul Manafort, lost his plea. Deal. When he lied about contacts with the Trump administration and a Russian associate in the filings, the prosecutor suggests Kremlin aimed early on to influence Trump by playing to both political aspirations and his personal business interests. The man who drove a car into a crowd of counter protesters during a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville Virginia has been found. Guilty of first degree murder activists, Tanisha. Hudson says James Allen fields conviction is just the beginning. This is not over. This is just a start to let people know don't think that you can come here. And do this type of stuff and get away with it. The August twenty seventeen crash killed thirty two year old Heather higher and left. Dozens of other people injured, I'm Tim Maguire, more news right after this..

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"nastase mars" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"nastase mars" Discussed on TechStuff

"Partly on. What is in the delicious new GI center of that planet? So as NASA points out in a really helpful webpage. A hardboiled egg is going to spend faster than a raw egg also planets that have liquid cores will wobble more when they spend plants with a solid core will wobble less and this intern can help us make other hypotheses about why Mars has a very weak magnetic field in comparison to earth's magnetic field. So it's all about learning more about why is Mars the way it is. And more about hell Mars, actually is there are other instruments on the Lander that aren't getting quite the same level of coverage. The lender has an atmospheric pressure sensor, for example, it also has a UHF antenna to allow the lender to communicate to satellites that are in Martian orbit, which includes the Mars reconnaissance orbiter, and the Mars odyssey orbiter both of which pass over incite two times every Marsh. In day. And there are other satellites that can chat with as well like the European Space Agency's trace gas orbiter or Nastase Mars's atmosphere in volatile of Aleutian orbiter also known as maven it can talk to those in a pinch. If it needs to so insight. We'll stand on Mars doing its thing for at least a Martian year. Plus some change maybe longer things continue to work out properly. Sometimes these missions can go well beyond their initial projected phase. And if NASA can figure out other things to do with the material that's already there, then that is incredibly helpful. There's some other elements on it as well. There's a reflective surface, for example, that could be used to locate the precise position of the Lander. You just direct a laser at it will look for the reflection of sure we'll learn tons of interesting things about Mars using this device at probably a lot about earth as well. Which is pretty exciting stuff. Now in our next episode IV gonna to stick with Mars for a little bit. I'm going to. About the various proposals to send people to Mars, and what that would entail. They we'll talk about why would be super hard to do. And why some people like Bill Nye the science guy are skeptical that we're ever going to actually go there for a prolonged stay, and maybe we'll also talk about why Alon musk things there's a decent chance. He's going to end up there. So tune in tomorrow to hear that episode. If you guys have any suggestions or future episodes of tech stuff, whether it's a specific technology that type of of gadget that you've always wanted to know more about maybe it's a company history that you want to know more or a person Intech, lemme know Simeon.

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"nastase mars" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

07:37 min | 2 years ago

"nastase mars" Discussed on 710 WOR

"They should not eat it simply throw it away. Even if some of it was eaten and no one got sick. According to the FDA Ford officials say the most likely source of the contamination for E coli came from the central coast of California growing regions in northern and southern central California Romain lettuce harvested outside these regions does not appear to be related to the current outbreak. Romaine from these sources outside of those areas safe to eat now. Try going to the store looking for lettuce. Any kinds of lettuce? It's off the shelves. People are buying whatever they can rain now. Thousands of additional migrants are expected to arrive in Tijuana Mexico to try to claim asylum at the US border, the incoming migrants are in addition to the approximately five thousand migrants who have already arrived in that border city General Motors. It's cutting fifteen percent of it salaried North American workforce and ending production and some slow selling vehicles in halting production at several plants in North America. The largest us carmaker said it would stop production at facilities in Lordstown, Ohio Hamtramck, Michigan in Oshawa, Ontario. Those places have had factories there. Four years new patents issued to Google suggest. It could soon be eavesdropping on our movements moods. And even how children are behaving around the home the patents, which could lead to the development of new smart device. Technology would further shore up Google's presence in the home, and then turn help it. Learn more about people's preferences activities and make suggestions accordingly. Let's check in with our expert on the internet, Lauren Weinstein. Who of course will give us that. Disclaimer. I learn usual disclaimer on Google related stories that I have consulted to them in the past. But everything I say here is, of course, my own opinion. Very good. Now, what is this? It's an interesting set of patents. And in fact, it doesn't hurt to see some some very interesting potential applications because you do want ways and this is an ongoing problem. You do want to monitor young children people who are ill people, Alzheimer's, perhaps automated means to do that. Actually, save lives in a long run goes out. The thing is the services have to be out there. They have to have reasonable data protection rules controls that you have to have a place to avoid things like that becoming abusive to keep in mind is patents don't necessarily equal products. This is really important. I mean, there's a vast numbers of patents for items that have never been built. And that can't be built remember that. There's there's patents were anti gravity perpetual motion machines. But didn't have demonstrable working models the patent office eventually stopped accepting applications for things like that unless you had a working model to show them. So what we're looking at with patents like these Google Patents. Most likely these are broad conceptual patents. They cover a range of ideas. Even when there is a limited part of them if any part of them that's ever has an expectation of becoming an actual product. And also remember that patents. Sometimes are protective that is you take out broad patents on something that you don't intend to use. And you're also trying to make sure that other people don't use it in an abusive way. So you're you're sometimes you actually take out a Pat because you're trying to avoid abuse. You don't intend to ever abuse it, and you wanna make sure that other people don't abuse it also. So where's what's the bottom line on this? I think that these are fascinating patents. They're certainly something. We should keep track of I don't think we need to panic over them. Not yet at least. Thanks, lauren. I always appreciate your input guns and roses had the industry and Abu Dhabi on Sunday. After the frontman axl rose reportedly became too sick to perform, however, despite his severe illness, the singer was able to power through and perform for a long time before having to call it quits. He talked to the audience and ended up singing twenty of twenty eight songs, which is pretty darn good. But he was very very sick on an IV and everything else. Significant doubts have emerged claims from a Chinese scientists the DS helped make the world's first genetically edited babies. He says the twin girls were born a few weeks ago had their DNA altered as embryos to prevent them from contracting HIV his claims film by the Associated Press are unverified and have sparked outrage from other scientists recalled the idea monstrous such work is banned in most countries, including the United States, an amazing story. We've got for you when our highlight reel at coast to coast, AM dot com. Nastase mars. Insight Lander touched down on the Martian surface at wasted. No time in getting its first picture back to earth. We've got that picture for you. This is exciting. This craft will look for the deep interior of Mars and try to determine and send back information, which will help us understand the formation and evolution of all rocky planets, including the one we call home. What else is going on in the skies? Let's check in with Stephen Cates. Doctor sky high Stephen, George, hey, I've been sitting like many of my good friends out there watching this. Nasa feet all day as yours. How cool inside. Oh, it's totally amazing. And for the first time, I can say that not only my name, but a million other people's names are on the surface of Mars when we were asked to do that a general thing that NASA did for the public. So it's really exciting the mission. Georgia's you've been talking about we've been talking about for so long launch back in may of this year landed very successfully is that picture came through in an area of Moore's cold. But that ride from hell down about eight minutes to the surface, twelve jeez. It comes in at about a twenty degree angle on approach this eight hundred and thirty million dollar space craft is obviously going to turn. And look that is but so much about what's going on in the size, mama tree area. Measuring heat flow from the interior of Mars and actually George measuring meteorite impact. What does that mean on the surface guided by these two amazing little cubesats about the size of maybe a briefcase little satellites Marco the two cubesats help transmit data. And of course, help the descent of that particular spacecraft to go to Mars, George. This is really cool and all the listeners can do it. Look look high in the south of sunset, you'll see the planet Mars now ninety one million five hundred thousand miles from earth. Imagine it takes light, eight minutes and eleven seconds. Just to get there on our little friendly spacecraft inside his lair highly in the live sky, the sky, she'll gets even better, Georgia Venus. Now that amazing object in the southeast guy before dawn. Thirty six million miles away from the earth, by the way, it's the closest planet that gets close to the earth that can get within a twenty five million miles and right now this planet Venus. Georgia's closest Mars was back in July. Simply don't miss it. It'll be brightest on the first of December and looking like the enduring symbol of the beautiful Christmas star finally a possible meteor shower outbursts called the Andromeda the evening of December fifth and sixth much more next week. Dr sky reminds you always simply keep your eyes. Remember to keep your eyes for those guys and Email me at the sky, Dr sky s Cox dot net. Thank you. Steve. Hope you had a great thanksgiving. You know through the holidays a lot of people. Their moods change, they stress out in a moment. We're going to talk about mood topa, tame, your moods and de-stress that's next on coast to coast AM. Hey what I need a radio with the best reception..

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"nastase mars" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

06:43 min | 2 years ago

"nastase mars" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"They should not eat it simply throw it away. Even if some of it was eaten and no one got sick. According to the FDA Ford officials say the most likely source of the contamination for E coli came from the central coast of California growing regions in northern and southern is central California Romain lettuce harvested outside these regions does not appear to be related to the current outbreak. Romaine from these sources outside of those areas safe to eat now. Try going to the store looking for lettuce any kinds of lettuce. It's off the shelves. People are buying what? Never. They can right now. Thousands of additional migrants are expected to arrive in Tijuana Mexico to try to claim asylum at the US border, the incoming migrants are in addition to the approximately five thousand migrants who have already arrived in that border city General Motors. It's cutting fifteen percent of its salaried North American workforce and ending production and some slow selling vehicles in halting production at several plants in North America. The largest us carmaker said it would stop production at facilities in Lordstown, Ohio Hamtramck, Michigan in Oshawa, Ontario. Those places have had factories there. Four years new patents issued to Google suggest. It could soon be eavesdropping on our movements moods. And even how children are behaving around the home the patents, which could lead to the development of new smart device. Technology would further shore up Google's presence in the home and in turn help it. Learn more about people's. References activities and make suggestions accordingly. Let's check in with our expert on the internet, Lauren Weinstein. Who of course will give us at. Disclaimer. I lauren. Disclaimer on Google related stories that I have consulted past. But everything I say here is, of course, my own opinion. Very good. Now. What does this all mean? It's an interesting set of patents. In fact, it isn't hard to see some some pretty interesting potential applications because you do want ways and this is an ongoing problem. You do want to monitor young children people who are ill people, Alzheimer's, perhaps automated means to do that could actually save lives in the long run. Now, the thing is the services have to be opt in they have to have reasonable data protection rules controls that you have to have a place to avoid things like that becoming abusive. Another thing to keep in mind is it patents don't necessarily equal products. This is really important. I mean, there's a vast number of patents for items that have never been built. And that can't be built remember that. There's there's patents were anti gravity perpetual motion machines, but didn't have demonstrable working models the patent office eventually stopped accepting applications for things like that unless you had a working model to show them. So what we're looking at with patents. Like these Google Patents. Most likely these are brought conceptual patents. They cover a range of ideas. Even when there is a limited part of them if any part of them that's ever has an expectation of becoming an actual product. And also remember that patents. Sometimes are protective that is you take out broad patents on something that you don't intend to use at. You're also trying to make sure that other people don't use it in an abusive way. So you're sometimes you actually take out a Pat because you're trying to avoid abuse. You don't intend to ever abuse it, and you wanna make sure that other people don't abuse it also. So we're what's the bottom line on this? I think that these are fascinating patents. They're certainly something. We should keep track of I don't think we need to panic over them. Not yet at least. Thanks, lauren. I always appreciate your input guns N roses had the industry. So in Abu Dhabi on Sunday after the frontman axl rose reportedly became too sick to perform, however, despite his severe illness, the singer was able to power through and perform for a long time before having to call it quits. He talked to the audience and ended up singing twenty of twenty eight songs, which is pretty darn good. But he was very very sick on an IV and everything else. Significant doubts emerged of our claims for Chinese scientists the DS helped make the world's first genetically edited babies. He says the twin girls were born a few weeks ago had their DNA altered as embryos to ruin them from contracting HIV, his claims film by the Associated Press are unverified and have sparked outrage from other scientists will call the idea monstrous such work is banned in most countries, including the United States, an amazing story. We've got for you in our highlight reel at coast to coast, AM dot com. Nastase Mars insight Lander touched down on the Martian surface at wasted. No time in getting its first picture back to earth. We've got that picture for you. This is exciting. This craft will look for the deep interior of Mars and try to determine and send back information. In which will help us understand the formation and evolution of all rocky planets, including the one we call home. What else is going on in the skies? Let's check in with Stephen Cates. Doctor sky high Stephen, George, hey, I've been sitting like many of my good friends out there watching this NASA feed all day, how cool. Oh, it's totally amazing. And for the first time, I can say that not only my name, but a million other people's names are on the surface of Mars when we were asked to do that a general thing that NASA did for the public. So it's really exciting the mission. Georgia's you've been talking about we've been talking about for so long launch back in may of this year landed very successfully that picture came through in an area of Moore's cold. But that ride from hell down about eight minutes to the surface, twelve jeez. It comes in at about a twelve degree angle on approach this eight hundred and thirty million dollars spacecraft is obviously going to turn and look that is for so much. What's going on in the size, mama tree area? Measuring heat flow from the interior of Mars and actually George measuring meteorite impact. What does that mean on the surface guided by these two amazing little cubesats about the size of maybe a briefcase little satellites Marco the two cubesats help transmit data. And of course, help that particular spacecraft. Go to Mars, George this is really cool and all the listeners can do it look in look high in the south of sunset, you'll see the planet Mars now ninety one million five hundred thousand miles from earth. Imagine it takes light, eight minutes and eleven seconds. Just to get there on our little friendly spacecraft inside his later, finally in the live sky sky. She'll gets even better, Georgia Venus. Now that amazing object in the southeast guy before dawn. Thirty six million miles away from the earth, by the way, it's the closest planet that gets close to the earth can get within twenty five million miles and right now this planet, Venus, Georgia's as close as Mars was back in July. Simply don't miss it. It'll be brightest on the first of December and looking likely enduring symbol of the beautiful Christmas star finally possible meteor shower outbursts, call the.

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"nastase mars" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

07:03 min | 2 years ago

"nastase mars" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"They should not eat it simply throw it away. Even if some of it was eaten and no one got sick. According to the FDA for the ficials say the most likely source of the contamination for E coli came from the central coast of California growing regions in northern and southern is central California Romain lettuce harvested outside these regions does not appear to be related to the current outbreak. Romaine from these sources outside of those areas safe to eat now. Try going to the store looking for lettuce any kinds of lettuce. It's off the shelves. People are buying whatever. They can right. And now thousands of additional migrants are expected to arrive in Tijuana Mexico to try to claim asylum at the US border, the incoming migrants are in addition to the approximately five thousand migrants who have already arrived in that border city General Motors. It's cutting fifteen percent of its salary North American workforce and ending production and some slow selling vehicles in halting production at several plants in North America. The largest us carmaker said it would stop production at facilities in Lordstown, Ohio, Hamtramck, Michigan and Ottawa Ontario. Those places have had factories there. Four years new patents issued to Google suggest. It could soon be eavesdropping on our movements moods. And even how children are behaving around the home the patents, which could lead to the development of new smart device. Technology would further shore up Google's presence in the home and in turn help it. Learn more about people's preferences activities. And make suggestions are Cordingley. Let's check in with our expert on the internet. Lauren weinstein. Will of course will give us at. Disclaimer. I lauren. Usual disclaimer on Google related stories that I have consulted past. But everything I say here is, of course, my own opinion. Very good. Now. What does this mean? It's an interesting set of patents. And in fact, it isn't hard to see some some pretty interesting potential applications because you do want ways and this is an ongoing problem. You do want to monitor young children people who are ill people, Alzheimer's, perhaps automated means to do that. But actually save lives in along. The thing is the services have to be they have to have reasonable data protection. Roles controls that you have to have a place to avoid things like that becoming abusive. Keep in mind is it patents don't necessarily equal products. This is really important. I mean, there's a vast numbers of items that have never been built. And that can't be built remember that. There's there's patents were anti gravity perpetual motion machines. That didn't have demonstrable working model the patent office eventually stopped accepting applications for things like that unless you had a working model to show them. So what we're looking at with patents like these Google Patents. Most likely these are broad conceptual patents. They cover a range of ideas. Even when there is a limited part of them. If any part of them that's ever has an expectation of becoming an actual product. And also remember that sometimes are protective that is you take out broad patents on something that you don't intend to use your also trying to make sure that other people don't use it in an abusive way. So you're sometimes you actually take out a Pat because you're trying to avoid abuse. You don't intend to ever abuse it, and you wanna make sure that other people don't abuse it also. So we're about online on this. I think that he's a fascinating patents there. There's certainly something. We should keep track of I don't think we need to panic over them. Not yet at least. Thanks, lauren. I always appreciate your input guns. N roses had to end the show in Abu Dhabi on Sunday. After the frontman axl rose reportedly became too sick to perform. However, despite his severe illness, the singer was able to power through and perform for a long time before having to call it quits. He talked to the audience and ended up singing twenty of twenty eight songs, which is pretty darn good. But he was very very sick on an IV and everything else. Significant doubts have emerged claims from a Chinese scientists that he has helped make the world's first genetically edited babies. He says the twin girls were born a few weeks ago had their DNA altered as embryos to prevent them from contracting HIV his claims film by the Associated Press are unverified and have sparked outrage from other scientists will call the idea monstrous such work is banned in most countries, including the United States, an amazing story. We've got for you in our highlight reel at coast to coast, AM dot com. Nastase Mars insight Lander touched down on the Martian surface at wasted. No time in getting its first picture back to earth. We've got that picture. For you. This is exciting. This craft will look for the deep interior of Mars and try to determine and send back information, which will help us understand the formation and evolution of all rocky planets, including the one we call home. What else is going on in the skies? Let's check in with Stephen Cates. Doctor sky high Stephen, George, hey, I've been sitting like many of my good friends out there watching this NASA feed all days, how cool. Oh, it's totally amazing. And for the first time, I can say that not only my name, but a million other people's names are on the surface of Mars when we were asked to do that a general thing that NASA did for the public. So it's really exciting the mission. Georgia's you've been talking about we've been talking about for so long launch back in may of this year landed very successfully is that picture came through in an area of Moore's cold. But that ride from hell down about eight minutes to the surface, twelve jeez. It comes in at about a twenty degree angle on approach this eight hundred and thirty million dollar spacecraft is obviously going up and look that is for so much about what's going on in the size, mama tree area. Measuring heat flow from the interior of Mars and actually Georgia measuring meteorite impact. What does that mean on the surface guided by these two amazing little cubesats about the size of maybe a briefcase little satellites Marco the two cubesats help transmit data. And of course, help of that particular spacecraft to Mars, George, this is really cool and all the listeners can do it. Look look high in the south of sunset, you'll see the planet Mars now ninety one million five hundred thousand miles imagine it takes light, eight minutes and eleven seconds. Just to get there on our little friendly spacecraft inside finally in the live sky sky show gets even better, Georgia Venus. Now that amazing object in the southeast guy before dawn. Thirty six million miles away from the earth, by the way, it's the closest point that gets close to the earth. They can get within about twenty five million miles and right now this planet, Venus, Georgia's as close closest Mars was back in July. Simply don't miss it. It'll be brightest on the first of December and looking likely enduring symbol of the beautiful Christmas star finally a possible meteors shower outbursts called the Andromeda evening of December fifth and sixth much more next week. Dr sky reminds you always simply keep your eyes. Remember to keep your eyes for those guys in Email me sky. Dr sky at Cox dot net. Thank you, Steve. And hope you had a great thanksgiving. You know through the holidays a lot of people. Their moods changed they stress out in a moment. We're going to talk about mood topa, tame, your moods and de-stress that's next dot coast to coast AM Haywood..

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"nastase mars" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:15 min | 2 years ago

"nastase mars" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I'm Mary Louise Kelley Cornish. We'll speak with the mayor of an Ohio town where GM plants to cut about fifteen hundred job. Also in Alabama questions about a police killing on thanksgiving night black man with a good he may determination that he must be a criminal and author K D Camilo on writing four, but not talking down to her young readers, one of the things that I love about interacting with kids. I get that chance to like see them as individuals and not to condescend to them. Her new novel is Louisiana's way home. Now this news. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Jack Speer special counsel. Robert Muller says former Trump campaign chairman, Paul Manafort has breached his plea deal. NPR's Carrie Johnson reports the government says Manafort lied to the FBI Manafort pleaded guilty to conspiracy charges since September and agreed to provide full and truthful cooperation to the government instead in a new court filing, the special counsel team says Manafort has committed new crimes by lying to prosecutors in the FBI in recent weeks government, lawyers provided no details about the alleged lies. But said they would share more information with the judge who will sentence him for his part Manafort says he met with authorities many times to try to live up to his part of the deal. He says he believes he told the truth now. Judge Amy Berman Jackson in Washington DC will have the last word when she decides on manafort's punishment. Carrie Johnson NPR news, Washington. After a six month journey. Nastase Mars insight spacecraft touchdown without incident today flight controllers, say inside used descent engines and a parachute to slow its progress through the atmosphere lending on a flat Martian plain where we'll begin setting up experiments, including drilling beneath the planet surface. Michael Watkins, director of the Jet Propulsion lab in Pasadena in the coming months and years, even the history books will be rewritten about the interior of Mars. I personally have to say the first date landing day and these first couple of pictures of a place. No human has ever seen before. Also, remind us that in order to do science. We have to be bold national last landed on Mars in two thousand twelve deployment of the curiosity Rover inside we'll do a number of geological experiments over the course of what scientists hope will be a two year mission. General Motors restructuring plans include shedding some fourteen thousand jobs the announcement drawing reaction today from workers and from the White House Michigan public radio. Tracey Samuelson reports GM wants to wind down. Operations at five plants in the US and Canada GM's stock soared as investors took the news as a sign the automakers preparing for the next downturn. But it was a shock to workers. Randy Sandusky is retirees chairman at UAW local twenty two which represents fourteen hundred workers at the Detroit Hamtramck assembly plant hysteria, stating fourteen hundred jobs is a lot of. And this plan has been living on the edge for a little bit. Anyway, as far as not having only vote one shift other big plants on the list include Lordstown assembly in Ohio and Oshawa assembly in Ontario. President Trump says he's putting quote a lot of pressure on GM to keep the plants open for NPR news. I'm Tracey Samuelson. An upstart to the week on Wall Street where major stock market indices followed the global markets higher. The Dow was up three hundred and fifty four points today to twenty six thousand six forty or twenty four thousand six forty the NASDAQ one hundred forty two points today. You're listening to NPR from K Q ity news. I'm Tiffany Cam high bay area. Members of congress are promising response to the US border patrol's use of tear gas on asylum-seekers that's wants the Democrats. Take control the house in January cake. Peter, Jon Shuler reports peninsula congresswoman Jackie speier is calling for an investigation into whether Sunday's use of tear gas. Gas constitutes undue force seeing moms with children in diapers being repelled by it doesn't seem appropriate East Bay. Congressman Eric swallow agrees and says the incident raises serious questions desk is a form of chemical weapon. And I'm interested in learning more about whether any treaties were violated in a tweet East Bay congresswoman, Barbara Lee repeated her call for United Nations inspectors on the border. I'm Peter Jon Shuler, K Q E news. The president of the San Francisco chapter of the end is calling for a boycott of the San Francisco Giants. That's after Charles Johnson. One of the teams owners donated thousands of dollars to the campaign of Cindy Hyde. Smith and Mississippi Republican Senator who's facing a runoff election tomorrow Hyde Smith made a joke about public hanging at a recent campaign event. She's since apologized, but the Reverend Dr Amos Brown says that doesn't matter. AM to given there's call with evil, and I experienced that even when I was a child in my native state of Mississippi giants CEO Larry Baer says the team can't control its owners political donations. But it does not condone racist language. I'm Tiffany Cam..

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"nastase mars" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"nastase mars" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Tri-state thirty degrees. General Motors announced today, it is closing five plants in approximately fifteen thousand workers are being laid off next year. ABC's Eva pilgrim reports that led to questions to the president today about tariffs president asked if increased tariffs due to a trade war are to blame. The car was not selling GM acknowledges, the tariffs are to blame for the cuts, but in June issued a stark warning that quote increased import tariffs could lead to a smaller GM and tonight say the trade policy has cost them one point four billion dollars, Ohio State leaders, including its two US senators and governor elect criticized GM for the announcement today, they say they're looking to try to lessen the damage of the closure of GM's plant in Lordstown, Ohio, a not guilty plea in Kenton county from Kentucky attorney, Robert pool. He's accused of more than a dozen charges, including human trafficking and rape. In a case allegedly connected to former judge Timothy Nolan. He's already serving twenty years pool was arrested earlier this month accused of taking advantage of women and girls with drug addictions. A dive team spent the day searching east fork lake for a boater who went into the water last night. The man was apparently trying to help one hunter crossed the lake with a deer kill the boat. Capsized? Investigators say that hunter made it out of the water and called. Nine one one and Nastase Mars insight successfully landed on the red planet today. Insight survive, the seven minutes of terror and autopilot plunge from space to ground twelve thousand miles per hour to full stop and every step flawless. You made it through that seven minutes of terror. Yeah, I still have she fingernails left, but they're mostly gone. Moore's is tough on spacecraft more than half that tried to get their failed. But now inside begins a two year mission for the first time peering inside the red planet that is ABC's Clayton Sandell. I'm Jack crumley our next update at eight thirty breaking news anytime NewsRadio seven hundred wwl w waltz hitching posts, they're serving up mouth watering steaks and ribs since nineteen forty two. They got a down home atmosphere. Comfortable setting the bourbons the fine wine. The prices not pretentious at all. They don't make places like waltz anymore in business as in football..

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"nastase mars" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

11:21 min | 2 years ago

"nastase mars" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Ground zero. Called it. Seven three thirty seven hundred that's triple eight six seven three three seven hundred. Have you ever talked with somebody and you brought up a topic and they remained silent. And you say, you know, obviously, your silence means something you ever thought that you thought about the silence says a lot your silence speaks volumes. Before where I'm really been carrying about a topic. I care about some usually happens during the thanksgiving meal, right? What you're talking about something. And you know, how family is and they just don't want to talk about politics at all talk about they want to talk about any of these is really eat, right. So then you start bringing something up. And. You see, for example, you bring up climate change. And I'm always wanted to say, well, you know, geo engineering, and the cool thing is Janin's openminded. She's very open minded, she'll talk about anything. She's mazing. She has reviews, but she's just amazing. She has its way of turning any conversation to some intellectual journey that you're like, wow, excuse me. I'm just going to back off your because she's amazing. But there are people that you've talked to them, and you say something, and you know, you've offended them. You're you're so sad. You feel bad. But you'd get tired of offending people. All the time and what they do. This Dawson stonewall you silence. They give you the dead. Silence. Silence. Silence is what it is. It gives you silence. And taking all I get it. You're being quiet because I either said something that just tap dance on that little nerve. There was frayed anyway. Okay. You're saying you don't want to say anything because you're afraid it may criminal. You just get in the list of figure. Silence speaks volumes, dude. Jazz begs volumes. I got a perfect example of silence. And now it speaks volumes. Science ambiguity. That's another big ambiguity being that makes you wonder. I trust this. How are you being ambiguous? Anyway. Well yesterday. I stumbled upon a story where I believe the ambiguity of NASA has basically confirmed detected. Alien signal, and they hope that you will never hear the story in the mainstream seriously. I'm about to tell you you're gonna go. Whoa. I even was funny because I brought up to Ron. And he said really they didn't say anything. No, no, no. They didn't. And then of course, Andy comes in. I said the same thing to him. And he's like on all of this is this is beautiful beautiful topic because everybody has an idea of what's going on. I hope everybody has idea of what may be going or they could agree would be here about how silence speaks volumes. Right. So some on this story. This is a story that blatantly shows in their denial. Nasa is obviously covering up the proof of extraterrestrial life on Mars. Okay. Now, we've gone through this before we talked about Gilbert LeVine. We've talked about, you know, President Clinton saying we were doing a study. We're trying to find out. There's live on Mars could be interested. We can't. And then what happens they throw? They throw out all that data right about the microbial life on Mars, so okay? So let me just get to this story. So you don't get mad at me say, CLYDE, you silences speaking by. Okay. So the headline near it is near post published a story headlined that rates. Mystery signal from space wasn't Nastase Mars opportunity Rover. Or mystery signal from space wasn't Nassar's Mars opportunity Rover. Mysteries signal from space. Wasn't Nasr's Mars opera. I mean, we can do several ways of doing projected. But says the same thing NASA says that they're opportunity Rover sent them a message. And then they realize that's not the opportunity Rover. The published story in the New York Post talks about how Nasr's opportunity Rover has been silenced since Jim. We talked about that, you know, everything just went. Louis and space, you know, Kepler's dead. They they actually sends commands to die. So Kepler the the beautiful telescope that gives us all his visions of these Goldilocks planets were like can be no more. We won't hear anything about that anymore because Capper's dead. They had a glitch in the Chandra x Ray observatory fix that kept dot capper Hubbell had a glitch fix that. Gyroscopes are going completely haywire. Everything was going nuts. Spacex had some problems. There was a hole in the I think that was a couple of weeks ago. We just having all these problems in space glitches and problems China had to abort a mission because they had a glitch in a rocket. So. Opportunity Rover got in a sandstorm and shut off. And and so. Glitched went into mode went into failsafe mode and NASA hasn't heard from him since June. You days ago? Okay. They thought the opportunity team had been actually waiting patiently for the Rover to wait back up ever since June and win the signal identified as coming in from opportunity popped up on NASA. Deep space network last Thursday got a lot of people very excited. However, the signal did not come from the Rover. It did not come from the Rover. Even NASA admits it did not come from the Rover JPL admits it did not come from the Rover. JPL quickly address the supposed communication noting that further investigation quote and quote further investigation revealed the signals weren't actually from opportunity at all. So if the signals weren't coming from opportunity offered if opportunity wasn't sending me signals than what would sending the signal. Both JPL and NASA have not given an official answer. Silence speaks volumes is what we've expected from NASA. Say they get a signal. They hope it's from one of the Rovers and win it is. And they just act like it's business as usual. Can talk about go ahead. Someone needs to come forward with the nation. But of course, reports say that NASA and GPO remained vague on the issue there. Silence speaks volumes opportunity knocked okay opportunity knocked sort of sorta speaking so NASA, they've not answered any questions about what the signal was. Or what the signals were? They thought they were coming from opportunity. But they weren't. Now, I did due diligence and tried to figure out. You know, if there was ever an answer from JPL NASA K about this. And I found something very ambiguous, right? Right. And that's why I say the end beauity of NASA. I it. Silence. Volumes in the ambulatory. The best explanation. Given my NASA JPL is bid they received either false positives. Or test data that may be blamed for the mistake. So. Where do these false positives? Come from and the test data where did it come from? If if the opportunity is dead in the water or pardon me, dead in the sand. So NASA sending these mixed signals about a signal. There's not one of their signals. And perhaps it sounds crazy to speculate that it's aliens are intelligent extraterrestrials. But what is crazy? I mean, what is crazy? I'm telling you people about an errand signal. And then giving vague explanation about it not being from the Rovers sends a message loud and clear that something is out there something on Marston, a signal they picked up I know that there are still people that believe that believing in the paranormal is shorthand for crazy. And I know that a lot of people are holding off with some sort of sophisticated alien to reveal itself. And I know that sounds crazy. What's I mean? This is crazy. This is nuts. This is this is aggravating. I don't know if you can feel my pain year because for the longest time. We have been reporting some of the I guess, you could call the positives of what's happening in space, the talk that's going on it's steady and medi about trying to contact or or find technical signatures other NASA saying well now, you know, if you go out into space, you gotta have a reason for going out there, including finding biological signatures in space. I have played you many signals that have been picked up on by number of these probes and satellites and all they can say as well, you know, they're kinda cool kinda cool with mean anything, really. And there's always a more and more, right? More more flies in we didn't pick up anything off of a more and more. No sound. No, no. They did though they'd picked up something because that's why SETI and Stephen hawking of time. One of the last things he did before he died was saying get on that or more and more and find out what it is. Donald Trump said space force as soon as the more more arrived. We need a space force. He says is this thing was an alien alien spacecraft. Come right out and say it, but that's what it was is. He was so impressed. He goes to the Pentagon. And then you guys do a study on the threat assessment of UFO's Pentagon goes. Yeah. So what about came in from interstellar space is that said that we should be afraid of No, MR president. We shouldn't be afraid of it. It does seem a little weird that it's red, and it's kind of shaped like this. But you know, it's not naturally shaped. And but this is a disaster. I can just hear him. Now. It's huge huge go after this thing. Space force like what happened when Truman? Well, after Roswell Truman goes guys, we gotta do something about these flying saucers. Okay. Well, separate the air force. It will separate the army, and then we'll create the CIA sound like a good idea. Good idea. So here we are again. A signal gets picked up by NASA. Nasa thinks. That it's the opportunity waking back up after a death, or at least a coma sandstorm. And when they find out that the signal is not opportunity. The immediately clam up, and then they get some ambiguous statements to what it was. And it doesn't make any sense..

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"nastase mars" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"nastase mars" Discussed on AP News

"Think the sentences light some people may think it's heavy, but there's no doubt in my mind that the judge issued what he thought was very fair in a speech to college students in Illinois. Former President Barack Obama says President Trump is wrong in his demands. If attorney general Jeff Sessions, and the FBI should not be a partisan issue to say that we do not pressure the attorney general or the FBI to use the criminal Justice system as a cudgel to punish our political opponents when asked during the Miss America contest about what she sees. As the most serious issue facing. America miss West Virginia, Madeline Collins says President Trump is the biggest issue for our country. Today, and he has caused a lot of division. I'm Tim Maguire Nastase Mars Rover curiosity has snapped a dusty but cool selfie the panoramic shots shows. A thin layer of dust on curiosity. The result of a storm that covered Mars this summer. The darkest sky means dust is still clogging the atmosphere in August. When the panorama was shot by curiosities masked camera. The Rover had just drilled for a new rock sample curiosity hasn't been troubled by the lack of sunlight since its nuclear powered Nastase older Rover opportunity. However relies on solar power and has been silent since June flight controllers hope as the Martian sky continues to clear opportunity, we'll get back in contact a NASA spacecraft that explored Pluto has a new target on the outskirts of our solar system NASA. This week revealed pictures taken by new horizons earlier this month of a tiny ice world known as Altima throughly new horizons is aiming. For a fly by on New Year's day. It'll be humanity's most distant exploration of a celestial body four billion miles from earth and one billion miles beyond Pluto new horizons in two thousand fifteen became the first spacecraft to visit Pluto, ultimately is miniscule by comparison. An estimated twenty miles across scientists were surprised new horizons could detect it from one hundred million miles out the pictures are the farthest ever.

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"nastase mars" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"nastase mars" Discussed on AP News

"Campaign. Aides sentence. I'm Tim Maguire with an AP newsman is the Trump campaign aide who set the entire Russia investigation into motion has been sentenced to fourteen days in prison for lying to the FBI. George Papadopoulos lawyer Thomas brain tells reporters, I know, some people will think the sentences light some people may think it's heavy, but there's no doubt in my mind that the judge issued what he thought was a very fair in a speech to college students in Illinois. Former President Barack Obama says President Trump is wrong in his demands. If attorney general Jeff Sessions, and the FBI should not be a partisan issue to say that we do not pressure the attorney general or the FBI to use the criminal Justice system as a cudgel to punish our political opponents when asked during the Miss America contest about what she sees. As the most serious issue facing. America miss West Virginia, Madeline Collins says President Trump is the biggest issue for our country. Today, and he has caused a lot of division. I'm Tim Maguire Nastase Mars Rover curiosity has snapped a dusty, but cool selfie. The panorama shot shows a thin layer of dust on curiosity. The result of a storm that covered Mars this summer. The darkest sky means dust is still clogging the atmosphere in August. When the panorama was shot by curiosities masked camera. The Rover had just drilled for a new rock sample curiosity hasn't been troubled by the lack of sunlight since its nuclear powered NASA older Rover opportunity, however relies on solar power and has been silent since June flight controllers hope as the Martian sky continues to clear opportunity, we'll get back in contact. A hurricane Harvey damaged replica of one of the ships used by Christopher Columbus to reach. The new world is going up for sale. The city of Corpus Christi will let potential buyers examined the ship representatives of groups interested in preserving and restoring the Nina can get a closer look next week. The Nina was docked at Corpus Christi, marina as a tourist attraction. It's the last of three replicas built in the nineteen eighties to Mark the five hundred anniversary of the Columbus voyage. The ne-new partly say necessary testing technology designed to protect spacecraft from heat and pressure when entering planet's atmosphere. Nasa said the system will be aboard a sub orbital rocket being launched December twelfth at the spaceport in New Mexico. Once the rocket reaches space, the shield will deploy shields made from woven carbon fabric and supported by semi rigid. Ribs, kind of looking like an umbrella. Nasa says it would allow exploratory spacecraft larger than the curiosity Rover successfully. Land on other planets within the solar system..

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Huge Dust Storm on Mars Threatens NASA’s Opportunity Rover

All Things Considered

00:59 min | 3 years ago

Huge Dust Storm on Mars Threatens NASA’s Opportunity Rover

"A giant dust storm on mars is threatening to end the mission of nasa rover the rover called opportunity depends on solar panels to charge its batteries right now the storm has practically blotted out the sun npr's joe palca has more on may thirtieth nastase mars reconnaissance orbiter spotted a dust storm a storm that was heading toward opportunities location near the equator over the next few days the storm intensified and by last sunday the power from oportunities solar panels had dropped to a trickle i made the decision to declare spacecraft emergency because it wasn't enough energy for the rover to sustain activities that's opportunity project manager john callous of nasr's jet propulsion laboratory callous says the spacecraft has basically gone to sleep these are just historic low energy levels for the vehicle opportunity has been hard at work on mars since january two thousand four it's found signs that water once flowed on.

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"nastase mars" Discussed on The WAN Show Podcast

The WAN Show Podcast

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"nastase mars" Discussed on The WAN Show Podcast

"It's not that hard everyone else has seemed to figure this out might be a cost issue they are in an unfortunate place yet or undersea cables figure it out i don't know what else to say australia's internet has been garbage for very long time working at flow plane it's super expensive to get band with their i'm trying to serve people on australia videos and it's art guy to be cost issue because me i mean how how many how many times have we have people coming on the forum saying oh like this gpu cost almost twice as much australia because reasons so i imagine it might be similar here i just australia's internet is just garbage i know quite a few people from austria and it's it's really really expensive and it's really really bad and it's a shame because i i don't think it needs to be i understand that there is definitely cost implications but there are countries not that far away that have really really bad there the stadium nachos of internet yeah okay yeah australia yeah you have the stadium nachos of internet i like that analogy and you know l understand like people like that fake cheese sausages like plastic while people like that stuff it's disgusting even bother yeah no just like order hog or something like just do what i did mogul in four spicy chickens from wendy's into a movie that's a great idea and trade them for other things bartering spice cineplex's watching this let me back into a movie boy i get it done also organic carbon module molecules organic carbon molecules found on mars nastase mars rover curiosity has identified a variety of organic molecules the carbon based building blocks of life as we know it in three point five billion year old rocks on mars this does not give us any evidence of life necessarily but there's a possibility that the organics are a form of an ancient life source of some kind we just don't know another finding that methane concentrations in mars's atmosphere cycle seasonally the discovery suggests that the gas is see.

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"nastase mars" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"nastase mars" Discussed on WDRC

"Most sweeping action in history to lower prescription drug prices we are not going to reward companies that constantly raise prices which in the past has been most companies so white house says the proposal aims to reduce monopolies and boost competition by streamlining the approval process for over the counter drugs and working to address intellectual property theft overseas that's fox's jared halpern democrats say for drug prices to go down the way washington works has to change we have war pharmaceutical and health product lobbyists then for any other industry one thousand four hundred eighty eight lobbyists last year that's almost fifteen for every member of the united states senate senator debbie stabbing of michigan nasa says mission to mars could include a major aviation innovation it's kind of like a big drone or a really small selfdriving chopper that won't actually be flying to mars it'll be launched on board nastase mars rover mission in july twenty twenty the helicopter aimed at demonstrating the viability of flying while on the red planet it weighs under four pounds and its blades will be able to go through the thin atmosphere of mars about three thousand rpm that's about ten times what a helicopter on earth can do the helicopter comes with solar cells to charge its lithium ion batteries and a heater to keep warm on cold martian nights jill nado fox news.

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"nastase mars" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:52 min | 4 years ago

"nastase mars" Discussed on KOMO

"The question of follow testimony by panelists can farley the project scientists for nastase mars 2020 rover mission stating that the red planet had lakes and rivers and perhaps even a huge northern ocean until about three point six billion years ago so fell to farley to answer the question whether mars was perhaps once home to intelligent aliens today's hearing was a general discussion of nasser's upcoming planetary science missions komo news time is one forty four and with that will find out out how intelligent life is doing on this planet when is cubs five in a wreck on here's kiera jordan how are we doing we're doing pretty good right now that we do have one crashes in cancer northbound i 5 at the 516 it's blocking the right lane it's also partially blocking the exit ramp that fort lee right now it's not causing a slow down northbound four what is busy around the renton scurves southbound 405 a scattered areas of delay clean i 90 and northeast 44 th and then southbound i 5 thousand looking at rate lights as you make your way from northgate t the ship kanal bridge this traffic report is brought to you by targets euro beginning to light twentythird halting your pond while driving looking against the law and go knowing your record on route off the phone your next report's at 1224 i'm kiera jordan on komo news forecast just looking hit about 80 degrees or so today before through going to have a mostly clear night with a low of about fifty six repeated all moral sunshine with a high near 80 degrees nothing's going to change on thursday when we do have a chance of showers which actually it would be nice to baby wash away some of the god that's hanging of the year these thirty one days with no rain then partly sunny with a high near seventy degrees look surf and have partly sunny days friday saturday and sunday right now seventy two an ever 73 tacoma seventy nine at olympia and the sunshine seventy five here in seattle twenty minutes of nonstop news continues on komo news one thousand fm ninety seven seven.

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"nastase mars" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:40 min | 4 years ago

"nastase mars" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The race to develop artificial intelligence has treated a frenzy reminiscent of the goal rush all of the major tech companies like ibm facebook and google are spending billions of dollars to stake their claim and wall street is making big investments tech giants are also mining that top talent at research universities around the world as we first reported last fall that's where a lot of the work is being done to make artificial intelligence more capable and teach machines to figure out things on their own the celebrated cambridge visit stephen hawking called a the biggest event in human history three while raising concern shared by a few of the tech luminaries like ilan musk and bill gates they worried that a guy sometime in the distant future could become smarter than humans turning it into a threat rather than an opportunity that concern has taken on more meaning because more progress has been made in the last five years than the previous fifty you're looking at the birthplace of some of the most intelligent systems today like the technology that helped run nastase mars rover and the driverless cars but we couldn't be further from silicon valley we have come here to pittsburgh an oath deal town revitalized by technology go abroad glimpse into the future it is the home of carnegiemellon pioneering research is being done and to artificial intelligence like this boat which dr zang it can navigate open warders in abide by international maritime rules the navy is now giving the technology at sea legs its testing similar software to send ships out the hunt for enemy submarines this is just one of the many a systems in the works at carnegiemellon university where there are more robots then professors on campus this is my favorite this is where we do the big autonomous robots andrew morrill left his job as vice president at google to run this bulu computer science here how do you measure where we are today is it like kitty hawk jets developing a plane beginning to understand dan or is it like an f thirty five fighter with all the technology has been poured into that for somewhere between it's a great great webb describing it my guts tells me whereabout 1930 five in 'aeronautics we've got we got the left thought diesel engines we were able to do really cool things.

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