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More than Empty Space

Innovation Now

01:20 min | 8 months ago

More than Empty Space

"The friday after thanksgiving and for nasa that means it's black hole. Friday this is innovation now bringing you stories behind the ideas that shave our future. A black hole is a fascinating astronomical object with a gravitational pull so strong that nothing not even light can escape it matter and radiation fall in. But they can't get out. Nasa telescopes like hubble new star and nicer bring the universe into focus letting astronomers identify monster black holes in nearby galaxies but with nasa's x ray observatory scientists have discovered evidence that thousands of black holes are located near the center of our own milky way galaxy. Most black holes are the remnants of large stars that die in a supernova explosion but even bigger black holes can result from stellar collisions matter swirling around supermassive black holes creates bursts of light that echo in nearby dust clouds these traveling signals could serve as new. Cosmic yardsticks marking the distance of a black hole from earth intrigued. Empty your shopping cart. Then checkout nasr's black hole gallery just don't let the name fool you because a black hole is anything but if d space for innovation. Now i'm jennifer. Poet

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"ray observatory" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"ray observatory" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Again this is the first time this configuration George's been found on earth and the media right and then we move on to astronomy George always amazing facts going on here about a black hole explosions like the weather today well the strong members of the Chandler X. ray observatory have found that a massive black hole apparently exploded a supermassive galaxy cluster leaving what they call and I quote spacetime crater what does that mean it's the size of fifteen Milwaukee wi galaxies wanted into this gigantic star cluster three billion light years wide amazing all this coming from recent discoveries of another observatory that we don't talk about a lot the Chandru X. ray observatory interestingly orbiting George about sixty five thousand miles above the earth and welcome to March as I mentioned before George a live sky the moon right now for observers right at first quarter tonight and into tomorrow the next full moon this beautiful supermoon will call within March on March the ninth the full worm moon it's full exactly at one forty eight PM eastern daylight time as part of the nation move on to daylight saving time over the weekend last quarter moon on the sixteenth and back to new on the twenty fourth but wrapping it up finally planets we'll talk about Venus that is greatest eastern elongation on the twenty fourth some forty six degrees away from the sun you can't miss it high in the southwest just after sunset mercury morning object in in March it'll best be seen on the morning of the twenty fourth of March twenty eight degrees away from the sun into final conjunctions George so much going on on the morning of March the eighteenth before dawn look for the moon Mars and Jupiter less than two degrees in the sky Mars and Jupiter also extremely close on the morning of March the twentieth structures guy reminds each and everyone always walk remember to keep your eyes to the skies email me a doctor Scott show at G. mail dot com.

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"ray observatory" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"ray observatory" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Is the first time this configuration George's been found on earth and the media right and then we move on to astronomy George always amazing facts going on here about a black hole explosions like the weather today well the strong members of the Chandler X. ray observatory have found that a massive black hole apparently exploded a supermassive galaxy cluster leaving what they call and I quote spacetime crater what is that man it's the size of fifteen he weighed galaxies wanted into this gigantic star cluster three billion light years wide amazing all this coming from recent discoveries of another observatory that we don't talk about a lot the Chandris X. ray observatory interestingly orbiting George about sixty five thousand miles above the earth and welcome to March as I mentioned before George a live Skype the moon right now for observers right at first quarter tonight and into tomorrow the next full moon this beautiful supermoon will call within March on March the ninth the full worm moon it's full exactly at one forty eight PM eastern daylight time as part of the nation move on to daylight saving time over the weekend last quarter moon on the sixteenth and back to new on the twenty fourth but wrapping it up finally planets we'll talk about Venus is at its greatest eastern elongation on the twenty fourth some forty six degrees away from the sun you can't miss it high in the southwest just after sunset Merck morning object and in March it'll best be seen on the morning of the twenty fourth of March twenty eight degrees away from the sun into final conjunctions George so much going on on the morning of March the eighteenth before dawn look for the moon Mars and Jupiter less than two degrees in the sky Mars and Jupiter also extremely close on the morning of March the twentieth doctors guy reminds each and everyone always walk remember to keep your eyes on the skies email me at Dr Scott show at G. mail dot com.

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Biggest known explosion in the universe spotted by astronomers

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Biggest known explosion in the universe spotted by astronomers

"Astronomers discovered the biggest explosion ever seen in the universe strong numbers using NASA's Chandra X. ray observatory said the blast likely came from a massive black hole in a cluster of galaxies some three hundred ninety million light years away in a report in the astrophysical journal researchers say the explosion was so large it carved out a crater in the hot gas that could hold fifteen milky ways that's five times greater than anything previously recorded by Kohl's don't just draw matter in they also blasted out jets of material and energy and with no signs of such jets currently emerging the explosion is believed to be over by

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"ray observatory" Discussed on AP News

AP News

11:39 min | 1 year ago

"ray observatory" Discussed on AP News

"Scientists have discovered the biggest explosion ever seen in the universe astronomers using NASA's Chandra X. ray observatory said the blast likely came from a massive black hole in a cluster of galaxies some 390000000 light years away in a report in the astrophysical journal researchers say the explosion was so large it carved out a crater in the hot gas that could hold 15 milky ways that's 5 times greater than anything previously recorded by Kohl's don't just draw matter in they also blasted out jets of material and energy and with no signs of such jets currently emerging the explosion is believed to be over by now I'm Ben Thomas

NASA Chandra X. ray observatory Kohl Ben Thomas astrophysical journal 390000000 light years
"ray observatory" Discussed on AP News

AP News

11:39 min | 1 year ago

"ray observatory" Discussed on AP News

"Scientists have discovered the biggest explosion ever seen in the universe astronomers using NASA's Chandra X. ray observatory said the blast likely came from a massive black hole in a cluster of galaxies some 390000000 light years away in a report in the astrophysical journal researchers say the explosion was so large it carved out a crater in the hot gas that could hold 15 milky ways that's 5 times greater than anything previously recorded by Kohl's don't just draw matter in they also blasted out jets of material and energy and with no signs of such jets currently emerging the explosion is believed to be over by now I'm Ben Thomas

NASA Chandra X. ray observatory Kohl Ben Thomas astrophysical journal 390000000 light years
"ray observatory" Discussed on AP News

AP News

11:39 min | 1 year ago

"ray observatory" Discussed on AP News

"Scientists have discovered the biggest explosion ever seen in the universe astronomers using NASA's Chandra X. ray observatory said the blast likely came from a massive black hole in a cluster of galaxies some 390000000 light years away in a report in the astrophysical journal researchers say the explosion was so large it carved out a crater in the hot gas that could hold 15 milky ways that's 5 times greater than anything previously recorded by Kohl's don't just draw matter in they also blasted out jets of material and energy and with no signs of such jets currently emerging the explosion is believed to be over by now I'm Ben Thomas

NASA Chandra X. ray observatory Kohl Ben Thomas astrophysical journal 390000000 light years
"ray observatory" Discussed on AP News

AP News

11:39 min | 1 year ago

"ray observatory" Discussed on AP News

"Scientists have discovered the biggest explosion ever seen in the universe astronomers using NASA's Chandra X. ray observatory said the blast likely came from a massive black hole in a cluster of galaxies some 390000000 light years away in a report in the astrophysical journal researchers say the explosion was so large it carved out a crater in the hot gas that could hold 15 milky ways that's 5 times greater than anything previously recorded by Kohl's don't just draw matter in they also blasted out jets of material and energy and with no signs of such jets currently emerging the explosion is believed to be over by now I'm Ben Thomas

NASA Chandra X. ray observatory Kohl Ben Thomas astrophysical journal 390000000 light years
Biggest explosion seen in universe came from black hole

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Biggest explosion seen in universe came from black hole

"Discovered the biggest explosion ever seen in the universe astronomers using NASA's Chandra X. ray observatory said the blast likely came from a massive black hole in a cluster of galaxies some three hundred ninety million light years away in a report in the astrophysical journal researchers say the explosion was so large it carved out a crater in the hot gas that could hold fifteen milky ways that's five times greater than anything previously recorded by Kohl's don't just draw matter in they also blasted out jets of material and energy and with no signs of such jets currently emerging the explosion is believed to be over by now I'm Ben Thomas

Nasa Chandra X. Ray Observatory Kohl Ben Thomas Astrophysical Journal
Biggest explosion seen in universe came from black hole

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Biggest explosion seen in universe came from black hole

"Discovered the biggest explosion ever seen in the universe astronomers using NASA's Chandra X. ray observatory said the blast likely came from a massive black hole in a cluster of galaxies some three hundred ninety million light years away in a report in the astrophysical journal researchers say the explosion was so large it carved out a crater in the hot gas that could hold fifteen milky ways that's five times greater than anything previously recorded by Kohl's don't just draw matter in they also blasted out jets of material and energy and with no signs of such jets currently emerging the explosion is believed to be over by now I'm Ben Thomas

Nasa Chandra X. Ray Observatory Kohl Ben Thomas Astrophysical Journal
Biggest explosion seen in universe came from black hole

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Biggest explosion seen in universe came from black hole

"Discovered the biggest explosion ever seen in the universe astronomers using NASA's Chandra X. ray observatory said the blast likely came from a massive black hole in a cluster of galaxies some three hundred ninety million light years away in a report in the astrophysical journal researchers say the explosion was so large it carved out a crater in the hot gas that could hold fifteen milky ways that's five times greater than anything previously recorded by Kohl's don't just draw matter in they also blasted out jets of material and energy and with no signs of such jets currently emerging the explosion is believed to be over by now I'm Ben Thomas

Nasa Chandra X. Ray Observatory Kohl Ben Thomas Astrophysical Journal
"ray observatory" Discussed on AP News

AP News

10:21 min | 1 year ago

"ray observatory" Discussed on AP News

"Astronomers using NASA's Chandra X. ray observatory said the blast likely came from a massive black hole in a cluster of galaxies some 390000000 light years away in a report in the astrophysical journal researchers say the explosion was so large it carved out a crater in the hot gas that could hold 15 milky ways that's 5 times greater than anything previously recorded by Kohl's don't just draw matter in they also blasted out jets of material and energy and with no signs of such jets currently emerging the explosion is believed to be over by now I'm Ben Thomas

NASA Chandra X. ray observatory Kohl Ben Thomas astrophysical journal 390000000 light years
"ray observatory" Discussed on AP News

AP News

10:21 min | 1 year ago

"ray observatory" Discussed on AP News

"Astronomers using NASA's Chandra X. ray observatory said the blast likely came from a massive black hole in a cluster of galaxies some 390000000 light years away in a report in the astrophysical journal researchers say the explosion was so large it carved out a crater in the hot gas that could hold 15 milky ways that's 5 times greater than anything previously recorded by Kohl's don't just draw matter in they also blasted out jets of material and energy and with no signs of such jets currently emerging the explosion is believed to be over by now I'm Ben Thomas

NASA Chandra X. ray observatory Kohl Ben Thomas astrophysical journal 390000000 light years
"ray observatory" Discussed on AP News

AP News

10:21 min | 1 year ago

"ray observatory" Discussed on AP News

"Astronomers using NASA's Chandra X. ray observatory said the blast likely came from a massive black hole in a cluster of galaxies some 390000000 light years away in a report in the astrophysical journal researchers say the explosion was so large it carved out a crater in the hot gas that could hold 15 milky ways that's 5 times greater than anything previously recorded by Kohl's don't just draw matter in they also blasted out jets of material and energy and with no signs of such jets currently emerging the explosion is believed to be over by now I'm Ben Thomas

NASA Chandra X. ray observatory Kohl Ben Thomas astrophysical journal 390000000 light years
"ray observatory" Discussed on AP News

AP News

10:21 min | 1 year ago

"ray observatory" Discussed on AP News

"Astronomers using NASA's Chandra X. ray observatory said the blast likely came from a massive black hole in a cluster of galaxies some 390000000 light years away in a report in the astrophysical journal researchers say the explosion was so large it carved out a crater in the hot gas that could hold 15 milky ways that's 5 times greater than anything previously recorded by Kohl's don't just draw matter in they also blasted out jets of material and energy and with no signs of such jets currently emerging the explosion is believed to be over by now I'm Ben Thomas

NASA Chandra X. ray observatory Kohl Ben Thomas astrophysical journal 390000000 light years
"ray observatory" Discussed on AP News

AP News

10:21 min | 1 year ago

"ray observatory" Discussed on AP News

"Astronomers using NASA's Chandra X. ray observatory said the blast likely came from a massive black hole in a cluster of galaxies some 390000000 light years away in a report in the astrophysical journal researchers say the explosion was so large it carved out a crater in the hot gas that could hold 15 milky ways that's 5 times greater than anything previously recorded by Kohl's don't just draw matter in they also blasted out jets of material and energy and with no signs of such jets currently emerging the explosion is believed to be over by now I'm Ben Thomas

NASA Chandra X. ray observatory Kohl Ben Thomas astrophysical journal 390000000 light years
"ray observatory" Discussed on AP News

AP News

10:21 min | 1 year ago

"ray observatory" Discussed on AP News

"Astronomers using NASA's Chandra X. ray observatory said the blast likely came from a massive black hole in a cluster of galaxies some 390000000 light years away in a report in the astrophysical journal researchers say the explosion was so large it carved out a crater in the hot gas that could hold 15 milky ways that's 5 times greater than anything previously recorded by Kohl's don't just draw matter in they also blasted out jets of material and energy and with no signs of such jets currently emerging the explosion is believed to be over by now I'm Ben Thomas

NASA Chandra X. ray observatory Kohl Ben Thomas astrophysical journal 390000000 light years
"ray observatory" Discussed on AP News

AP News

10:21 min | 1 year ago

"ray observatory" Discussed on AP News

"Astronomers using NASA's Chandra X. ray observatory said the blast likely came from a massive black hole in a cluster of galaxies some 390000000 light years away in a report in the astrophysical journal researchers say the explosion was so large it carved out a crater in the hot gas that could hold 15 milky ways that's 5 times greater than anything previously recorded by Kohl's don't just draw matter in they also blasted out jets of material and energy and with no signs of such jets currently emerging the explosion is believed to be over by now I'm Ben Thomas

NASA Chandra X. ray observatory Kohl Ben Thomas astrophysical journal 390000000 light years
"ray observatory" Discussed on AP News

AP News

10:21 min | 1 year ago

"ray observatory" Discussed on AP News

"Astronomers using NASA's Chandra X. ray observatory said the blast likely came from a massive black hole in a cluster of galaxies some 390000000 light years away in a report in the astrophysical journal researchers say the explosion was so large it carved out a crater in the hot gas that could hold 15 milky ways that's 5 times greater than anything previously recorded by Kohl's don't just draw matter in they also blasted out jets of material and energy and with no signs of such jets currently emerging the explosion is believed to be over by now I'm Ben Thomas

NASA Chandra X. ray observatory Kohl Ben Thomas astrophysical journal 390000000 light years
Biggest explosion seen in universe came from black hole

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Biggest explosion seen in universe came from black hole

"Hall astronomers have discovered the biggest explosion ever seen in the universe it came from a massive black hole in a cluster of galaxies three hundred ninety million light years away a researcher DC's naval research laboratory says the explosion was so large it carved out a crater in the hot gases that could hold fifteen milky ways while the explosion is five times bigger than the previous record holder astronomers using NASA's Chandra X. ray observatory to make that discovery along with the European space observatory and ground

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Gobbling Up Planetary Debris

Innovation Now

01:30 min | 2 years ago

Gobbling Up Planetary Debris

"It's pacman in space as scientists observe what may be a star gobbling up planetary debris. This is innovation now bringing you stories behind the ideas that shave our future since nineteen thirty seven astronomers have watched with interest the fading and brightening of star. Located in a stellar nursery about four hundred fifty light years from earth. Now with the help of Nasr's shandra x Ray observatory scientists may have uncovered what is causing the stars dimming events small planetary bodies or large remnants of previous smash ups trapped in the rotating disk of gas rounding the young star may have collided as the resulting debris falls into the star it generates a thick veil of dust and gas that temporarily obscures the stars light computer simulations have long predicted that planets fall into young stars. But these X Ray obser-. Vacations from the hot outer atmosphere of the star may be evidence of this process. If scientists interpretations of the shandra data are correct it would be the first time astronomers have directly witnessed a ho star devouring a flange for innovation. Now, I'm Jennifer puller animation. Now is produced by the National Institute of aerospace through collaboration with NASA and is distributed by w HR V.

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"ray observatory" Discussed on Science Friday

Science Friday

04:50 min | 2 years ago

"ray observatory" Discussed on Science Friday

"I read a pleasure to be here. So I am a neuroscientist. She studies how cannabis can alleviate the okay to overdose epidemic and use rodent model. So I very routinely injected drugs like THC and morphine in animals to study how we can reduce the negative impact of opioids. I'm at a really critical transition point in my career. I'm trying to jump from mentored trainee like a postdoctoral junior faculty to a full blown, you know assistant professor position. And I'm working on the very last experiment. I need to make that jump. Unfortunately. The last time I put in an order for THC to inject into my animals. We were pulled that it was indefinitely backward. Because the DA is not there to verify that our schedule one license to possess this drug. Is indeed about lid, so although my grant which is funded by the National Institute on drug abuse. Although that's all 'rational. I'm still at a point where I'm going to need to sacrifice all of these animals because they'll be too old to us by the time the DA approved are drug quarter. Yeah. I mean, it's really unfortunate. You know, we've been I've been listening in and hearing all the talk of all the, you know, personnel impacts and all of that is extremely important but animal welfare in this country is also extremely important. I take that very seriously and for these animals to have no purpose is also quite tragic. Thank you for calling in. Good luck with your work. So Lauren Morello of nature as this drags on. Is it gonna seep down even further into places? I think so because you know, the the rules and the policies that govern hell science agencies and other agencies operate during shutdown seem to kind of implicitly assume that these things are going to be short and we're in record territory. Now, we've talked to number of groups that run big science like NSF telescopes as government contractors, and they generally get paid in like one month chunks. And so we're coming, you know, we're closing in on that one month, Mark and. They're talking to the folks left at NSF to see what they can do this myth Sonian runs. The shandra x Ray observatory which is a for NASA, which the spacecraft that looks at things like black holes and quasars and they've got emergency funding that they want to use to keep. The space craft going, but they've got to get approval from NASA to keep using those emergency funds beyond a certain point Nasr's got a probably say, we need to keep the spacecraft going, and the reason that they might be able to justify that is the space craft is twenty years old, and there's some worry that if they put it into sleep, essentially what they call safe mode. It might be really hard to wake it up. We received a tweet from a fellow at the FDA who has to remain anonymous. And he said, I'm a post doc, fellow DA. Luckily, we are not furloughed, but we are not allowed to work on a government funded projects. This is a big deal not only because we are not able to scientific work, but also because our works differently influences the safety and efficacy of drugs delays as long as several weeks caused delays and approvals and even analysis of consumer complaint samples, eventually there will be an impact on the health and safety of Americans who. Lying prescription drugs for the health and wellbeing. Overall, the shutdown is risking the lives of people as it is prolonged Lauren. That's yeah. I think actually inside. Yeah. There's another concern with the FDA, which is that they've pretty much stopped inspecting food like they do dairy and vegetables and seafood meat is done by USDA. And I think they're still going, but the FDA directors got got Lee has been talking about trying to find a way to inspect at least the most high risk foods starting next week to put at least some of the FDA food inspectors back on the job because especially with things like seafood like you can imagine with shellfish. It's really not great to not have government inspectors making sure that those Fisher safe to eat. Or we run out of time. You know, we have so many calls so many tweets we could go on forever. And we just hope this doesn't go on forever. And we're here next week talking about Lauren Morello. Thank you very much for joining us. Thanks..

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Cold Collisions

Innovation Now

01:30 min | 2 years ago

Cold Collisions

"If you think winter had a relentless hold on earth. You should see the cold front that surprised astronomers in a galaxy millions of light years away. This is innovation. Now, my Chandrika x Ray observatory is a telescope designed to detect x Ray emissions from very hot regions of the universe. Chandrel's? Telescope carries four very sensitive mirrors nested inside each other energetic. X rays are focused onto electric detectors, creating detailed images of cosmic sources that can be analyzed. And now Chander images have revealed. An enormous cold front in the perseus galaxy cluster cold fronts and earth's atmosphere are driven by the rotation of our planet, but those atmospheres of galaxy clusters are caused by collisions between clusters the Chander observations will provide useful information. About the magnetic field along the front. Astronomers believe the field only one million strong as a typical refrigerator magnet acts like a shield protecting the gas boundary as a result. This extreme cold front has remained intact since it was formed about five billion years ago for innovation. Now, I'm Jennifer pulley innovation now is produced by the National Institute of aerospace through collaboration with NASA.

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Stellar Nursery

Innovation Now

01:30 min | 2 years ago

Stellar Nursery

"It's pacman in space as scientists observe what may be a star gobbling up planetary debris. This is innovation now bringing you stories behind the ideas that shave our future since nineteen thirty seven astronomers have watched with interest the fading and brightening of star located in stellar nursery about four hundred fifty light years from earth. Now with the help of Nasr's shandra x Ray observatory scientists may have uncovered what is causing the stars dimming events small planetary bodies or large remnants of previous smash ups trapped in the rotating disk of gas rounding the young star may have collided as the resulting debris falls into the star it generates a thick veil of dust and gas that temporarily obscures the stars light computer simulations have long predicted that planets fall into young stars. But these X Ray obser-. Vacations from the hot outer atmosphere of the star may be evidence of this process. If scientists interpretations of the shandra data are correct it would be the first time astronomers have directly witnessed a ho star devouring a flange for innovation. Now. I'm jennifer. Animation. Now is produced by the National Institute of aerospace through collaboration with NASA and is distributed by w HR V.

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"ray observatory" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"ray observatory" Discussed on AP News

"Space telescopes is back in business after being shut down. For a couple of days, the shandra x Ray observatory came back online after a problem with appointing system, that's the same trouble the sidelines. The Hubble space telescope a week before a glitch in one of shandra gyroscopes generated three seconds of bad computer, data, and that was enough for the nineteen year old telescope to go into what's called a safe mode and shutdown science observations flight controllers fix Chandra's pointing by switching to a backup. Gyroscope it should be back to work by the end of this week Hubble. Meanwhile, remains out of action with the more serious gyroscope issue. The Packers rally for Monday night win over the forty Niners. Does AP's Mark Daniels. Reports it brought a little redemption. For Green Bay's kicker the Packers outduel the energized San Francisco forty Niners thirty three thirty in a shootout at lambofield Monday night Aaron Rodgers at Davante Adams from sixteen yards out with one fifty five left to tie the game. And after a Kevin king interception Rogers, drove the pack. Eighty one yards in ten plays to set a Mason Crosby twenty seven yard walk off field goal. A week after missing five chicks Crosby at seven for seven field goals and extra points as the Packers. Get two three two and one nine has dropped to one and five Mark Daniels. Green bay. Hi. I'm Megan crane AP digital manager and host of the podcast ground game. I look at the top political issues bubbling up around the country ahead of this year's midterm elections. It's available on apple podcasts and podcast one. While you're there be sure to subscribe to rate and review it that's the podcast ground game. AP.

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"ray observatory" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:40 min | 4 years ago

"ray observatory" Discussed on KQED Radio

"So the agency named the telescope in his honor and for a decade scientists studied some of the most powerful objects in the universe compton gamma ray observatory for the university of texas at austin mcdonald observatory i'm sandy lorde up to now it is cambridge permanent 9 o'clock it's marketplace weekend here on kqed fm san francisco kqed ifm north thailand sacramento and online at kqedorg thirty recently people tend to be optimistic and positive attitudes but they're not poly initial rosecolored optimists and that means that they actually see as much of the negative as the pessimist but they don't dwell on the and they know how to filter out relevant negative information welcome to key breach forum discussing resilience from ptsd to hurricane sandy with dr stephen southwick dr your tennis china i'm shelly carson a lecture andrew researcher at harvard's department of psychology first let me introduce firth speakers stephen southwick is the gleneagle greenberg professor of psychiatry and professor in the child studies center at the school of medicine is racket a recognized expert on the.

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