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"randy bresnik" Discussed on Coronavirus Daily Briefing
"A company launched a kickstarter campaign for a product. They call od space which they claim replicates the unique smell of space. They say that they quote connected with NASA to bring the world's first perfume independently verified by actual astronauts down to Earth and quotes. In case you're not aware. The smell of space is something that astronauts actually bring up quite often quoting ars. Technica Peggy Whitson described the International Space Station is smelling like bitter smoky gun powder in two thousand and two and Don Pettit describes owed to spacewalk as a sweet metallic. Tang similar to arc welding. And quotes meanwhile NASA astronaut Randy Bresnik reported that it smells. Like cream of mushroom soup. Trying to bottle the smell of space has been done before sort of April fools day last year. Lockheed Martin said that they were selling a space scented perfume called vector, and before that a from the UK named Steve, Pearce worked for years to replicate the smell of space. He had a background in creating unusual sense for places like museums, trying to recreate odors that we would never otherwise be able to smell like say Cleopatra's hair peers her two counts from astronauts about the unique tough. Tough to describe smell of space and knew that he was the one to try to make it even originally corresponded with NASA about the project back in two thousand eight, during which time they discussed may be using the sent to aid in training programs while Pierce successfully created the sent NASA never bit. They stopped any ongoing correspondence with peers despite initial interest in a few rounds of viral news headlines about his synthetic sent, there was essentially no relationship between Pierce and NASA, but festival were. Were too few years ago when Mathew Richmond heard about the sent the pierce created and went about trying to find it once, he realized that NASA was a dead end. He reached out to pierce himself. The two agreed to collaborate, but turning out. Creating sense isn't the cheapest thing in the world, so they decided to launch a kickstarter to create a sample Beta, testing and research, and eventually sell the product with an initial goal of just one thousand, nine hundred sixty nine dollars a nod. Nod to the year the Apollo Eleven astronauts landed on the moon. The campaign has now raised close to half a million dollars. The organizers have added a bunch of stretch goals along the way like donations to stem programs at schools, increasing the size of the bottles. And now they announced today on the special anniversary that if they reach seven hundred thousand dollars, they will be introducing owed moon to go along with their own to space. The owed moon sent also comes from Pierce who? About ten years ago as part of a scratch and sniff print for the steadily museum in Amsterdam, it's based on Apollo, sixteen astronaut Charlie dukes description of moon dust, quoting.
"randy bresnik" Discussed on On This Day Entertainment
"Can we talk about the pink outfits I again? I know we is our topic with that. Oh No not at all. I just think it's so funny. Leg of all the clothes in all the stores by all the designers to are wearing exactly the same thing and one is almost exactly the same thing like I resent happen. Also I don't like I text my friends a half day before I go out went back home. We're allowed to what are you wearing? 'cause I I never know what to wear. I'm always you know changing seven hundred times before I go out and like do they not. I mean maybe they're rich and they not like they have their stylists. They don't ever like you know. Get insult from one another but I loved that Leeson Erica. Were batching killed me because they're the same person like they have so much in common in the same shoes in now. This is just too good. I will say though. I loved Ranna in Erica's like dress. Pant suit whatever you WANNA call it Garcia Sal. Love her her outfit really. I think she's great fashion. But that get up was not was not at for main. You're referring to the purple boots with the her. The purple boots the pink Velvet Dress enema. Sex Girls hairclips. I think independently of them would have worked together. It was not it and she's so beautiful and clips. Just look so beautiful shining in her hair. Just league listening like she so gorgeous. I really liked the boots but just not without outset like everything separately like I think it would've been really like great things separately like I wish. She almost like a way more simpler shoe. Because I didn't mind her dress like just like swayed hot pink with those knee-high purple boots I was like I'm getting like a infant like sensory overload. I was like I don't know I don't know where to look. And in like for example I love to outfit that she wore to kyle house like that kind of like that. Simple white shirt with like that black kind of island. Ti Tutu like skirts. She's literally stunning and I lucked offensive. When I saw that I was saying it says it's very and she's not out of the park and we take risks and we all make mistakes. That wasn't a win. It was not a win but I agree with you. Her and it's funny because Kyle was wearing a similar outfit that day the with the White Collared Manziel senior and have a the sleeves exactly lately. I'll warrant it was like and then Garcia were. It was like she did that spin in it literally took my breath away like this girl being two different lay slake. It looked amazing on her leg. That fashion was our love. Love love it. I think that oursel- is stunning. I think to reap work. So hard to do a Gar- sal does naturally links Close tendency to wear debris whereas Garcia Kim wear anything and she is even three people all wearing the same outfit. Essentially Garcia stood out. Even though I didn't necessarily like the way she styled it in fact I think she style did the bus least attractive of the other two but still like she's the one that I remember because she's just so damn beautiful in another interesting dynamic that I'm curious to see is. I don't know if you watched watcher happens. Live last night but Sutton Reynaud were on it together and it was very awkward. It doesn't hit 'em because obviously in the show. They seem like really close. I feel like Renner's really defense her a lot like oh she's high fashion. Oh She's guitar Blah Blah Blah. Which I've kind of like another one of those things. Where like I love Lisa so much from like. He hasn't really do it for me yet. So when they run Walter happens live last night. It wasn't anything overt but it just was like very can just feel the auburn between the gas on the show. I could just like feel it and it just felt very awkward in Renault. It'd be like do you WanNa like go. I likes like just like kind of those weird comments now is like Oh there is a one of the games that they are buying was. Andy asked you know out of all your cast mates pick the ones that were like whatever. Ask All these questions in one of the questions had to do with. Who was the most like friendly to you? Almost like she didn't say Renna and I'm like I feel like Renna was really you know really brought her into the group is defending her. So far this season so I might very curious to see what happens with them. I don't know if it's like on camera off camera or whatever but Ooh I wonder if it has to do with that designer guy. Who's working with Lisa's daughters? I wonder if that's part of the catalyst for their issues also like how annoying was that. Scene Sutton. I'M GONNA freak out like see. I think I personally love Sutton. I Love Acting. They come on. I know I know. Tell me why. Tell me why maybe you can change me. I love when housewives are blind to their privilege and are totally lacking self-awareness and I feel like she meets that criteria. She marches to the beat of her own drummer. She has a loved the fact that she's so much richer than everybody else. I love the fact that she doesn't really have a lot going on except for her money and she kind of knows that and it's just like whatever about it like I don't think she's a great person. I think she's a great housewife and I really enjoyed her. Okay I I will say this. I love how I love housewife. Who is filthy rich? Like I obviously understand like how some people don't like watching that is why the housewives like I want to see your fifty seven bathrooms. I WANNA see your swimming pool your many horses. I WANNA see. I WANNA literally say at all so like I also enjoy a filthy rich housewife. Because like I mean we're GonNa Happen for me like that So I WANNA watch it on TV. So I do love that part of her. I think that issue. I'm having with her so far as I don't feel as if her transition has been as fluid just the filming. I feel like her addition it. Just it's not. It doesn't seem as Organic Gab. Because I think she's trying really hard Which like obviously it's so intimidating to like probably go and see things like mice to mind is anything about that but I really good seem so. She's like makes big deals out of like little things like for example. The card like freaking out. Eric has like We don't do. I'm like yes Erica. We don't do that. We sit where we want. I would be crazy but unlike this bitches that pretentious. I'm here I'm not considered anywhere but I'm not suited like Oh get over yourself woman I love it. I can totally understand how that's very off putting to others. I also feel like I wish I know because of her husband like she said that Accident Watch happens. I last night that her husband requested that their kids not be filmed in that they're trying to co parent whatever but an and even said like. Oh when I saw like he. He kind of eluded to her like audition tape almost like further show and like how she like you know has the other side with her with her kids. I do wish we saw that side of her because I feel like as of now like her scenes have only really been like okay. She's here to dinner party. She is like in the car going to dinner party. You're not like seeing that much of her like outside of the dinner party so you don't really like gets like builds that relationship with her as a viewer because like you don't get to see her kids you don't really. We saw her house once. But it's like you know I. I think I'm intrigued by her. I don't like her quite yet but I am intrigued to see what she brings. Because you're talking about like for Beverly Hills. You want those filthy rich like housewives. That's the point of show. Ray Exactly. I love that. There was a throwback while they're at this ridiculous event yet again there with the astrologer and I love how they start bickering. And we go to Garcellano could confessional and she starts talking about her core group of friends and how different they are in the ladies in the group and it just made me so thankful that the Bravo editors are so good at their job to where we could have seen Garcia friends in any episode with the fact that they plan to that on this episode and then to see this group of women and how dysfunctional they are in progress sailed to have this amazing group of friends and then she's now part of this group of friends that is just not gelling like a real group of friends. I just love that I was like go. Bravo editors like. We needed that that needed to happen. I really liked how they show them. Because I feel like obviously when filming they try to you know stick to most of the scenes are with the core. Cast like which makes sense. That's when Sutton Start the drama about DNA Dna event that starts again Garcia. And you mentioned this earlier. I love that she just keeps on. Kyle calling kyle out she said you're glazing over me in these conversations and. I love that I agree. She's just really different this season. Which makes me sad because I really enjoy watching her. Usually like I love watching her family. Her heard of dogs and like everything else is going on her household on but she's just like different this season. I don't know if there's like personal stuff going on or what it is. But she's like I feel like it's a kyle. She's like she's always been emotional but she is like overly emotional and she's always been someone who like conditioned but she can't take it but it's like right or is this season she has really come across poorly this year and I hope she realizes that because clearly bravo is not opposed to canning the. Oh Jeez and at this point a season I think Teddy. An Kyle should be very afraid. Bravo has been like offing. The Oh Jeez like on a but speaking of like older housewives like who are you most excited to see because beverly hills like has so many old faces coming up later this season. I think I lean Adrian. Nagai made cam an like Ev Brandy. Like Randy Bresnik definitely br. I'm sorry well I'm excited for Brandy. Because of the cheating scandal which. I can't wait to hear that unfold. All Guy Love Kim Richards through and through. I A love. Kim Richards is much as she loves. Hurdles I think she's amazing. Her stealing that crutch brand glanville's crash that debt hiding it yet. That was so fucking brilliant. It was out on a good. Oh my God it was so good old. School House. Wives is just like unapologetic. And that's the thing I miss it out at. The most is like they would do the most crazy shit. Like hiding brandies crutch like little things and now it's like dinner parties sitting out to dinner table. I'm like I want more like Rama. Right exactly like Golic have an argument about somebody doing cocaine and the bathroom like that's what I want like somebody get up and go to the bathroom too many times so we can assume you're doing blow like that's what we need not just like sitting around a table -nificant conversation say you said this. No I didn't say it. I said in meant it like this like enough already. Taylor Armstrong Enough Litter Guy Mr so much. Oh my God those were the days. We'll just something that doesn't happen in our in the time that we are now. We don't ride in limos anymore. Some of the band's housewife scenes from Beverly Hills the USTA. Damn House and then that beautiful scene of Camille grammer and Kelsey pulling up to Tony's Oscar de whatever and then looking so perfect and then getting out of the car two different sides in two different worlds like I have chills right now just talking about it day and Tamra telling Simon that she wants a goddamn divorce like ion thing had like limos really have okay. Limos honestly transportation limos and boats have given us truly some of the greatest housewives scenes. We've ever seen ever Gosh. Never forget the cards. A your trump New York was. It was everything. Oh my gosh. How amazing is it that Erica? Jane looks at Garcia and like she's so beautiful she takes Erica jeans breath away leg when Erica's like Oh my God. I need to step up by game around deal like that is like the ultimate compliment in many girls would say that are women. I should say many women would say that and it would be kind of like a back ended thing but I've really truly feel like Erica. Is just like this bitch is no joke. I'm here for it and I like want again. I want more scenes with the two of them because even when they went for like I think it was like breakfast or lunch or whatever and they were just gabbing back and forth like in Garcia was saying how she's going to become a grandmother. Erica's Kinda like. Oh my God like I just love watching them in Iraq but they understood obsessed with their style and I think both of them are just like effortlessly beautiful whereas like Duri Alec Slam I head against the wall if I see one more photo. Shoot or glimpse action with her. It's too much. It's too much during wants to be Erica. So badly that it like hurts to watch it so sad. It your point. That's such a good point. The fact Oursel- and Denise we're in the middle of this table and they were just so sick of the bickering. They're like we're going to go home and they just didn't wait for any responsible left. I love that was Denise Carcelle and then we Serena all are on the way home together and I was like I'd be in that car with them avoiding drama like I'm avoiding Corona virus right now by the Halloway. Can you imagine a more fun car? Then it's like I can't imagine being the driver I'd be like trying to like looking dropping into their conversation. My Gosh totally. After they left I think they missed one of the highlights of the episode which came from Kyle when she said to delete don't be announce.
"randy bresnik" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary
"One of those systems the launch abort system this system protects you ask about string I heart of their plight today it has been under some of the most demanding conditions Ryan will ever see during asset while we're out here on the test range today we also have hardware and software and Manufacturing and assembly and testing at factories in labs around the world for example just a few miles of the road from here is the Armstrong rations at Checkout Ryan's final assembly factory if we walked into the building today activity as artists one Free Module Service Module are nearing completion for also well underway manufacturer of the Artem is too much service module both here in the US as wallison factories in Europe and we're initiating Longley procurement for our street we have a lot going on and while we're doing all this also working with our partners from space launch system explorations Brown System Gateway talk as they make similar progress on their march to first light now the next time the full launch abort system flies astronauts will be on board to these tests lets us make sure the launch abort system performs as we expect it to during our climb to space Shaw Randy Bresnik now will tell us what he'll be watching for during this critical flight it's amazing to think about flying arrive every current astronaut the future astronaut is looking at Orion our effort to go back to the moon by twenty twenty four is an exceptionally exciting opportunity fly arrive take humans beyond it's worded the van Allen radiation belts transverse two hundred fifty thousand miles to the moon is very exciting and you think of the most dynamic and play some of the most difficult dangerous parts of the mission are really getting out of the atmosphere here on earth and so that's where horizon is going to be and that's why this launch abort system that we have is so important because allows that safety measure that backup system in case there's a problem with our with our launch rocket show the real purpose of this test is the proof of the system works right and why does it need to work or some other type of vehicle not only this launch abortion was asked to be able to outrun the most powerful rocket ever go by exception and it is unique that is the most power fantastic rating system motor ever tested just a few seconds now we're going to get the final launch authorization which is going to happen right now let's listen it took them some counting sales requesting final authorization for launch stations report go L. D. L. Daego rock dossier has cleared launch copy that TC FDA's go for pirates the army PCC at the Control Console fail-safe Switch verify throughout ordinance is Green PCC Enabled Ground Ordinance Drought Ordinance enabled PM Verified combust voltage enabled podium voltage enabled. PCC Verify Pilo powers go killer powers go and so what we're listening to now as they switched the vehicle from external the internal power and get the flight computer ready that's that's what's happening next and so everything's going to proceed well with their we're GONNA listen in as they get this flight Vehicle Radio Peres our auto sequencer enabled and all stations were currently complete through steps eighty four of the launch checklists standing by step eighty five fifteen minutes four minutes all right and so the count proceeds everything's good to go we are T. minus four minutes until launch let's talk about once we hit t zero the experts patients for what will get in the plus counters goes up said during the plus count we'll hear the flight test Article Guidance Navigation Control Operator call out key milestone and will listen for the vehicles altitudes and speeds and he'll call out when the airport has occurred in the phases of the aboard we'll also hear the test conductor allow out the data rebroadcast of the telemetry and the end of the flight test there are no parachutes for the Orion test article and that's intentional not really quick so the patients have been through very best test program we've had forty nine drop tests and extensive ground test program and to end to end tests on exploration fight test one and pad abort one since eighty two wasn't going to be a stressing case for the pair sheets they decided they weren't needed right and so the Orion test article will fall to the ocean and we'll sink after the test is complete we're gonNA listen in as the launch conductor continues to work this launch with this probe PM verify like computer auto sequencers started auto sequencer start menace two minute limit Texaco limits extra go PC set arm enable arm enabled see see arm TV a gas generator AB AD switch armed PCC arm stage one ignition ESA es an ar confirm launch time luck is running clock is running a three minute test code ascent abort too involved a test version.
"randy bresnik" Discussed on NASACast Audio
"You. Well, certainly, if we learned anything from the Apollo Gemini effort, it's that they were singularly focused on the mission that we had to get people to the moon and back safely by the end of the decade. And think about what we're doing now. We need to take that same focus people. Can't be, you know, we've been so in -sconsin, our little rice, bowls little projects, our little teams that we're working in and focused on those, we need to be thinking about what requirements we have on the books that maybe don't apply or need to be modified, and updated and challenge old assumptions. We also need to be able to look at risk by swimming outside or swim lanes. You know, get outside of your tunnel vision on your particular project. What's going on the left and right? And the decision makers on head of you. So all of us can be systems integrators rather than just the folks whose jobs or systems, integration. And then Lastly, I think we have to make smart risk decisions and. And not just taking risk because. We're going someplace new, but the fact that we are living and breathing the mission every day, and that we feel that sense of urgency, and we're only taking the risk that we have to take. And so if you're going home, everyday feel like boy, I put in a full effort to try, and, you know, not leave anything on the table or decisions that need to be made or needs to be done. That's what we need. And when Apollo Gemini program happened and we went to the moon. They didn't know that they could do it. We thought we could. But we didn't know that could be done until we actually did it, we know it can be done now, that'll should allow us to harness all this incredible innovation and experience, that we have to be able to go ahead and make this effort happen. And just the five short years that we've got to show that we can do it. Well, let's give a big round of applause to our panelists really fantastic conversation today. The big game. Bring your. Pretty interesting discussion there. Thanks for hanging in, you can check out NASA dot gov. For more information about the Apollo ten mission, and we hope that when you do you won't be able not to notice much more stuff about the upcoming fiftieth anniversary of Apollo eleven the first landing of human beings on the moon and to that end we've gathered our own podcast episodes on all the Apollo topics in one spot on our page at NASA dot gov slash podcasts where you can scroll down to Houston. We have a podcast and click on the link to Apollo episodes. That leads to our heroes behind the hero series, two episodes on the science and history of the Apollo program on the Apollo one fire, and the Apollo eight mission that circled the moon and more links to many more things. Apollo you can go online to keep up with all things NASA at NASA dot gov. It would also be good for you to follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, you will thank me when. You go to those sites use the hashtag ask NASA to submit a question where suggested topic for us please indicate that it's for Houston. We have a podcast when you go to NASA dot gov slash podcast. You should check out all the other cool, NASA podcasts that are there, like, welcome to the rocket ranch JPL's on a mission. Nasa in Silicon Valley. They're all available at the same spot where you can find us NASA dot gov slash podcast, this Apollo ten panel was recorded on April. Twenty fifth twenty nineteen thanks to Alex, Perriman and the staging and presentations, crew Ajay for their help and getting the recording to Gary Jordan and Nora Moran for their part in the production. And to the Apollo, ten panel members, Tom. Stafford Bernie Rosenbaum, Laura Karemi, Randy bresnik, and Annette Hasbrouck. We'll be back next week.
"randy bresnik" Discussed on NASACast Audio
"Houston. We have a podcast, welcome to the official podcast of the NASA. Johnson Space Center, episode ninety two Apollo ten I'm Pat Ryan on this podcast. We talk with scientists, and engineers, and astronauts, and lots of other folks about their part in America's space exploration program and today, we're taking another look into Nasr's passed on the occasion of the fiftieth anniversary of Apollo ten. When president Kennedy said a goal for America to land. A man on the moon and return him safely to earth by the end of the decade. There was less than nine years left in the nineteen sixties. So NASA had to move officially the first manned Apollo flight didn't happen until October of nineteen sixty eight and it didn't leave earth orbit. When Apollo eight circled the moon that December, there was only one year, left to meet the president's challenge the first test of the lunar module in earth, orbit came in March nineteen sixty nine and then a may eighteenth they launched. Follow ten the final dress rehearsal for the moon landing, which, of course, came in late July Apollo ten showed NASA, what it had done right in its effort to meet the president's deadline and what it needed to refine to finish the job and provides lessons for today's NASA as it works under a new challenge from the administration to get back to the moon in a few short years, that was the discussion by a select panel of experts here at the Johnson Space Center a few weeks ago, which we packaged up for your enjoyment. Forthwith to talk about that Apollo mission of fifty years ago you're about to hear from General Tom Stafford the mission commander and the only surviving member of that crew John Young, and gene Cernan walked on the moon later on Apollo sixteen and seventeen respectively. Whilst Stafford commanded, the Apollo half of the Apollo Soyuz test project in hundred seventy five he's joined on the panel by Bernie Rosenbaum, who worked as a propulsion engineer. During the Apollo era by Laura Kernan, the deputy manager of the gateway program, office here, JSE, they're the folks developing a spaceport to enable future lunar surface missions, and missions to Mars. And by NASA astronaut Randy bresnik, a veteran of two space flights, including a five month tour of duty to the international space station on expeditions, fifty two and fifty three. The panel was hosted by Nasr's a net Hasbrouck the former flight director during the space, shuttle, and space station era, who, then served as chief of the space flight training, office JSE before moving into her current job as assistant manager for program integration for the Orion program, which is developing America's first deep-space crew vehicle as we listen in, you'll hear her asking the panel members to talk about what they each see as the lessons of Apollo ten so here we go. County. Mark. We have. To set us up. I'd like to set the environment for the panel. The Apollo ten mission was a pivotal mission in the history of human spaceflight, and it was the first flight of a complete crude Apollo spacecraft operate around the moon. The mission objectives included a scheduled eight hour lunar orbit of the separated lunar module and descent to about nine miles off the moon surface before sending for rendezvous and docking with the command and service module in about a seventy mile circular lunar orbit because of the success of Apollo ten in late may nineteen sixty nine humanity landed on the moon less than two months later on July twentieth nineteen sixty nine the reason we're here today is to reflect on the lessons and legacies of the Apollo ten mission to take a moment to note that we all have aerospace jobs at only exist, because we stand on the shoulders of the giants on this stage and in the audience today, and to recognize how these lessons can assist our future plans to go forward to the moon and onto Mars. But
"randy bresnik" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast
"Apollo ten I'm Pat Ryan on this podcast. We talk with scientists, and engineers, and astronauts, and lots of other folks about their part in America's space exploration program and today, we're taking another look into Nasr's passed on the occasion of the fiftieth anniversary of Apollo ten. When president Kennedy said a goal for America to land, man on the moon and return him safely to earth by the end of the decade there was less than nine years left in the nineteen sixties. So NASA had to move officially the first manned Apollo flight didn't happen until October of nineteen sixty eight and it didn't leave earth orbit. When Apollo eight circled the moon that December, there was only one year, left to meet the president's challenge the first test of the lunar module in earth. Orbit came in March nineteen sixty nine and then may eighteenth. They launched a. Follow ten the final dress rehearsal for the moon landing, which, of course, came in late July. Apollo ten showed NASA wanted done right in its effort to meet the president's deadline and what it needed to refine to finish the job and provides lessons for today's NASA as it works under a new challenge from the administration to get back to the moon in a few short years, that was the discussion by a select panel of experts here at the Johnson Space Center a few weeks ago, which we packaged up for your enjoyment. Forthwith to talk about that Apollo mission of fifty years ago you're about to hear from General Tom Stafford the mission commander and the only surviving member of that crew John Young, and gene Cernan walked on the moon later on Apollo sixteen and seventeen respectively. Whilst Stafford commanded, the Apollo half of the Apollo Soyuz test project in one thousand nine hundred seventy five he's joined on the panel by Bernie Rosenbaum, who worked as propulsion engineer. During the Apollo era by Laura Kernan, the deputy manager of the gateway program, office here, JSE, they're the folks developing a spaceport to enable future lunar surface missions, and missions to Mars. And by NASA astronaut Randy bresnik, a veteran of two space flights, including a five month tour of duty to.
"randy bresnik" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed
"It makes sense to me just because like airports is trying to do all those three now. And then if we're gonna ban, I mean, big, you're going to need more than, you know, it's gonna need more than just a clause off to the side. We're gonna go that way. So. I feel a logical step. My personal wish though is this is stuff. One of them bidding to the Stargate program, you know out there in Cheyenne. Now. All right, thanks. Join the Stargate program. We know somebody that needs to be on the base force. Is guy that with NASA, did you see that we got a story of they had a run in with with a creature up there in outer space. I did see that. It an astronaut who said that he's something organic. I know on a space walk. NASA, astronaut revealed his encounter with an alien like organic object wins, lurked near him on a space shuttle mission. There you go. Leland Melvin fifty. Four worked as an engineer on on board Atlantis. When he came across the object orbiting earth. Seems very credible. Yeah, he does. In a chat on Twitter with fans, but as experiences in space, he was asked if he had ever seen any aliens or UFO's Melvin revealed that he had seen something organic alien. Like in the payload bay of the shuttle when he was working with colleague Randy bresnik, he added that he had notified NASA about the incident, but they said, oh, yeah, that's that's just ice break it away from the vehicle was not a weather balloon this. No, it's nice. The astronauts said, the object was translucent, curved organic looking, and he ended his tweet with an alien emoji. He wrote, I have not. I've not seen UFO in space or on the ground, but I thought I saw something or Ganic alien like floating out of the payload bay Randy bresnik and I called the ground to ask what it could be, and they said it was ice broke off from the free on hoses. Okay, curved and organic. Yeah, that's happens with ice though. Right? I says, curved. I mean, it's curved ice what? And it looks like it's alive. So Thais. This is nice. And so what's out there? One of them said to the other, do you think just said that so that we wouldn't freak out and the other guy said, well. I hope not. I don't think so, but I don't know or something like that. Interesting conversation between the two of them though, because they really did think they saw something there triple eight, nine hundred thirty three Ninety-three Dave, David, Florida. You're on the blaze. Good afternoon guys. I thought I think it's time for a new political party. What run this by who you think think I can draw the youth vote at all the students college away from Bernie Sanders with a new party, and I want to call it the toga party. I think you might get the youth vote. Yeah, I think that might work. I would put one past anything. Big coca party. Yeah. I like it. All right. I gave us the Hannity already. It's for t-shirt. USA moving at the speed of Trump. Nice. Nice. All right. Thanks, Dave. Appreciate it. Triple eight. Nine hundred thirty three ninety three. That faster than the speed of light speed of Trump. Yeah. Like compare that to something if you would. Well, like I mean, we'd have to get Dave Beck onto, oh, you know what? It might be a metric conversion, and then there's no way to tell you wouldn't even be absolutely no way to tell calculate speed of Trump by the way. Remember the supposed to Cecil nation attempt on the Venezuelan leader Madero the other day drone or something hanging. Yeah. Yeah. Actually, they're saying, yeah. It was more like an electrical fire in a building. So wait a minute, and yet they are cracking down just, I mean, they are. I think six people were arrested almost immediately. Then yesterday I think it was the Venezuelan opposition leader was arrested, and so I don't know if this is just a huge ploy to get people's minds off the suffering and the starving, and the fact that they've they're Konami has failed. And so they're just trying to rally around some supposed sensation attempt. But. The responders in the area, the firemen..
"randy bresnik" Discussed on NASACast Audio
"Sending a helicopter to Mars a busy week for our new administrator and showcasing how technology enables exploration. A few of the stories to tell you about this week passes. Our administrator, Jim, Brian Stein announced the US will send the first helicopter to the red planet as part of the Mars twenty twenty Rover mission. The small Mars copter will make a series of test flights in Mars, thin atmosphere, which may able more ambitious missions in the future. Exploring the moon in Mars was a recurring theme during a busy third week in office for the administrator, including a may eighth industry at NASA headquarters where he encouraged companies to respond to Nassar's upcoming call for commercial delivery missions to the moon. Some of you in this room will deliver payloads to the surface of the moon. You will increase our national capabilities and you will help establish our leadership in the world. We are returning to the moon with commercial and international partners in support of President. Trump's space policy, directive one, which is designed to increase science activities near and on the moon, ultimately return humans to the lunar surface and prepare for missions to Mars and beyond. At some point in the past Mars changed, we need to understand what caused that. What is the history so that we can better understand our own planet the following day Breitenstein delivered. A keynote at the humans to Mars summit twenty eighteen at the George Washington University in Washington, the annual event address the technical scientific and policy challenges of making human exploration of Mars reality. On may. Ninth are astronaut Randy bresnik and European Space Agency. Astronaut Paolo Nisqually joined NASA officials for our tech day on the hill of it. The event showcased exhibits from NASA edits industry and academic partners to help demonstrate for Capitol Hill space holders, and the media be important role. Technology plays an Ebeling exploration. We have signed a second space act agreement with Uber to further explore concepts and technologies related to urban air mobility, a system, NASA and others are working on today to ensure safe and efficient air transportation above the streets of populated areas in the future. Uber share its plans for an aviation rideshare network. While NASA will use airspace management, computer modeling and simulation to assess the impacts of small aircraft in crowded environments. The recent eruptions of killer whale volcano on the island of Hawaii were captured by Japanese built thermal immature on our terrorist spacecraft. The may third eruption triggered a number of additional fissure eruptions along the east rift zone. It also produced high levels of sulfur dioxide, gas prompting evacuations in the area. The image shows the gas in yellow and yellow green, including a massive plume of at moving out over the ocean. That's what's up this week at NASA for more on these and other stories follow us on the web at NASA dot gov, slash talk.