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Fresh update on "rovers" discussed on Liftoff

Liftoff

01:56 min | 9 hrs ago

Fresh update on "rovers" discussed on Liftoff

"Show and relay FM. All right. Stephen, we promised an update I think it's time we did in this time so NASA has. Published, this updated artists plan There's Lincoln the show nuts to it It's a website or webpage and a very fancy, very beautiful, Very Long PDF which I read the most of it on my ipad. It's a lot of sort of boulder plate stuff, but it is laying out the current state of Artemis and the future that NASA sees for the program and we can talk about why they're doing this maybe in a second but some highlights and the plan. Is that the first mission artists one is on track for twenty, twenty, one of course that's an uncrowned mission with artists to flying with a crew one year. Later that that mission you have the Ryan Capsule, you have crew. Go Sis Lunar. Space and back One thing that has been added to the artist's to mission that I noticed is. A test of Ryan's ability to be, flown? Manually. As if you think about Apollo nine, right the head of take the command module and the lunar module and proved that a pilot could spin it around and. Dock with an undock with it and be able to approach it safely. All that stuff and that was even built on things during the gym and I Program Right. So this is the modern version of that. They want to make sure that Ryan behaves as expected when gather data on what that would look like. So they'll be a test with the upper stage of the LS. Basically, a Ryan will separate from it and then turn around and. Come back and not dock with it but get you know fly in station with it and making sure that all that works as expected. And lastly artists three. Will Land at the Moon's southern pole NASA has been talking about this for a really long time I think this basically solidifies that's the plan although there's also been conversation recently about maybe artists three. So it's easier lands kind of in parts of them that we know better and maybe later artists mission goes at the South Pole at this point. NASA saying artists theory landing on the South Pole. but I, want to read you part of this because there's a lot of ambiguity in how that actually happens. So this is according from NASA after launching on S. L. S. astronauts will travel two hundred, forty thousand miles to lunar orbit aboard a Ryan at which point they will directly board one of the new commercial human landing systems. Or dock with the gateway to inspect gather supplies, board the landing system, and then go to their expedition on the surface. Like great gateways here he's not here We don't really know but they're planning for guess either we'll either dock with gateway or not, and it's not yep. Yeah we don't that because the idea is a lander might be a gateway or might not be but either way don't connect to the lander and then they'll go down and then they'll come back up. Yeah So in addition to these these mission updates, there's some other artists, me artsy things, artists, related things. We've got clips, the Commercial Lunar Payload Services which we've talked about before we want to go more in depth on this and a future. It's kind of bent the bottom of our Google docs. We ever it's on our to do list for sure. But this is partnership to NASA, commercial companies to launch and then land. Basically scientific investigations via landers maybe eventually rovers on the moon and the plan is. To launches per year beginning in twenty twenty, one next year. So these these missions by these companies hole, but I mean like every space company you can think of is involved in this. It seems like all sorts of experiments, all sorts of data gathering too I think will inform artists, three lands and I. Think would inform their mission on the surface and There's even discussion about well should. Some of these later mission. So they return missions where we can bring lunar ice backer or other things back to Earth. To study. Here we talked about that with both Mars and the Cyrus rex emission right bringing things back. I could be a future part of this but clips according to this document is going to be up and running. Next year with two launches a year. So every six months or so a couple of other things the great. Yeah. It would be great. I mean. This this. Especially, if we're talking about focusing on the southern pole of the moon, there's a lot of data gathering to be done there. Right. Chosen is because the belief and there is. There is evidence of this that there is large quantities of ice near the southern pole of the moon, but being able to have scientific missions their and proving that out and giving data to feed into this mission planning would be spectacular and. I'm excited about this because mainly it's going to be so varied. There's lots of different things plan lots of different companies involved I think it'll be a lot of fun to watch and learn more about our close neighbour. A couple of other things get mentioned space spacesuits. I always spoken about this before how NASA is working on a next generation suit not only for life in the Orion capsule but of course when you leave the Capsule. Either at the gateway or on the lunar surface, you gotTa have have all that place they're. Modernizing, using new technology is not going to be what we use fifty years ago thankfully, and then the gateway shows appear as well. NASA says the plan is to launch two modules and have them ready by twenty, twenty, three, the power propulsion module, and the Habitat Module. And I think the reason that the the optimist three plan currently is is wishy washy on gateways because. If it if that is twenty, twenty, four gateway is very close to that in Tony twenty-three. Gateway slips, they still want a way to go to the Moon Right. They don't want to be hamstrung by a were already but the gateways not ready. So we can't. We can't actually make the last sixty miles or whatever may be reduce your dependencies. we spoke about this a couple of months ago, but there was a previous artists sort of layout document that. that. That said even artists three and even four skipped the gateway. But as this becomes more routine gateway kind of gains, a stronger foothold in the missions and it becomes a more important piece in an looking at especially like on the way to Mars could the gateway could its infrastructure and his platform be used for something to get tomorrow? There's Of Interesting ways, gateway could go gateway gateways head just a very up and down history it's been canceled. It's been canceled. Its name has changed. It's just not a lot going on but I'm hopeful that this, this autumn is three mission would use it because I think there's so much to be gained by having a stopping point insist lunar space and..

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Mars in Opposition

Astronomy Cast

05:56 min | Last week

Mars in Opposition

"Wadham to astronomy, cast our weekly facts based journey through the cosmos where we help you understand not only what we know. But how we know what we know I'm Fraser Cain publisher, of Universe today and with me as always Dr Pamela Gay a senior scientist for the Planetary Science Institute and the Director of Cosmic Quest Pamela. Welcome back from Summer Hiatus I missed you. Thank you. I've missed you too although I have to say it feels like we're like experiencing march. Two. Hundred instead of September at this point time has meaning it doesn't it really has no meaning. Yeah. Yeah. It's a it's a it's a snake in a circle eating its own tail. Made of everything nothing at the same time. I don't know whether I'm coming or going. The days just blur and yet time just takes forever. When do I get my vaccination? You are you are you on I was thinking about this really want to do what I want to go places and see people. That's what I do. To to have gone from having that amazing experience in January where we were together in Hawaii for the W. S meeting. And towards the end of that meeting, we were starting to talk about the news about this strange illness in China and remember the Thursday night on. Talking with a couple of my friends at the conference about. Just want to get home before the illness makes it to Hawaii. And I had no idea that. Nine mice be earlier. Still Yeah, no I guy I had my suspicions but. In. And now I you know we do feel like we're closing in now on the final stretch that more and more vaccines are coming into into the final stage of trials, and there's going to be some kind of roll out but I really hope that that herd immunity will start to get kicked in and we can start to see the end of this hopefully during this season. So we will we will and herd immunity from. Thanks. From getting sick. So we will. Exceed the end of it during the season and. Regular life will return. This season fourteen, our show is major and I feel that having a very cranky year is consistent with going through our teenage ness. Thank you bye-bye. Now this is. All right, every two years or so Mars lines up nicely with the earth it takes only two minutes to communicate with the Rovers. You could see the polar ice caps in a small telescope and it's the best time to send your spacecraft to the Red Planet and also I. Guess. It Mars opposition. Between Your horoscope your Mars horoscope is really good that other works. Maybe, that's Mars in retrograde. That none lucky time. They can happen at the same time whereas in retrograde and an opposition. Yeah. That's true. All right. So so so we're going to talk about how Mars and opposition is a really like the best time for Mars that's Mars really takes over the night sky and shows us what it's got but. Why is Marzano Position? So technically, it is that moment in time when you have the sun, the earth and Mars precisely lined up so that at midnight on earth. Mars is at its highest possible point in our terrestrial sky and if you were to look at it from space. Walk. Would they look from above you're looking down on the solar system and you're looking at? Earth Mars and the sun what would you see? Align they're just nicely in a line. And There's some years where because Mars orbit is a lot more elliptical than earth orbit that we are noticeably closer. There's some years that were noticeably farther apart of back in two thousand and three. There's a lot of Hoopla because we were than. We'd been in hundreds of years would be for another hundred some odd year. He was fifty thousand years was the closest yet had been. Two Thousand and three. And at these closest points, we are more than twenty million miles closer than we are during opposition when Mars is at its far points. So there is a substantial difference, but in the grand scheme of things. Mars is still smaller than allows to see it as a desk without. Really good binoculars or a telescope. So but just to give just to give people a sense of perspective, I mentioned this the beginning of the show it takes two light minutes to communicate with Mars just over two minutes right now we'll win Mars you not position until you can. You know you send your beep boop commands to your over and you're over goes beep boop and sends back it's commands and it's just like you're playing a video game with. Fairly reasonable times, but when Mars is. Old Dial up modem exactly. An Internet game what it gets worse right on average the a the time to transmit to Mars is about twelve and a half minutes and at the very worst when Mars is on the opposite side of the Sun It's twenty minutes. So if you want to send some piece of information to Mars, you've got to wait twenty minutes for the message to get there and then twenty minutes to come back. So. The distances are really significant.

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Astronomy from Mars: NASA's Curiosity Rover Snaps Images

Innovation Now

01:20 min | Last week

Astronomy from Mars: NASA's Curiosity Rover Snaps Images

"Occasionally. Even Nastase Curiosity rover stops to gaze at the stars. This is innovation. Now, bringing you stories behind the ideas that shave our future it was the two, thousand, seven, hundred, eighty, four, th day, or soul on Mars. NASA's curiosity rover aimed its mast cameras skyward about seventy five minutes. After sunset the purpose of the brief I session was to gauge the twilight brightness during this time of the year on Mars, there's more dust in the air to reflect sunlight making it particularly bright similar to bright twilights on earth after large volcanic eruptions on this particular evening the dust in the Martian. Atmosphere was thick enough that not even moderately bright stars were visible, but a to image twilight. Panorama reveals earth in one frame and Venus in the other both planets appear as mere pinpoints of light in the distance since landing in two thousand twelve, the rover has captured Blue Martian sunsets, passing asteroids and images of Mars two moons, Phobos, and Dimas as they transited across the sun and the images captured by curiosity make astronomers here on earth long for a chance at stargazing for months

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China's first reusable spacecraft lands after 2-days in orbit

Safe Money with Scott Mann

00:11 sec | 2 weeks ago

China's first reusable spacecraft lands after 2-days in orbit

"Landed without incident this morning after two days in orbit. Last year, China landed a rover on the dark side of the moon, and they've got a robot destined for Mars on Route. The House speaker and

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Eyes on the Solar System

Innovation Now

01:28 min | 3 weeks 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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Dr. Rachel Dolan Discusses The Antipsychotic Drug Epidemic

The Healthcare Policy Podcast

05:54 min | 3 weeks ago

Dr. Rachel Dolan Discusses The Antipsychotic Drug Epidemic

"Welcome to the healthcare policy podcast on the host David Intra. Kosovo. With me today Dr Rachel Dolan the US House of Representatives ways and Means Committee majority staffer to discuss the majority staffs recently released report titled Under enforced and over prescribed. ANTIPSYCHOTIC drug epidemic ravaging America's nursing homes. Dr Dole and welcome to the program. I David thanks so much for having me. Please call me Rachel. While this'll be the last time Dr Dolan's bio is posted on, of course, the podcast website. In testimony before the House Energy and Commerce Committee two, thousand seven, the FDA's Dr David Graham stated quote. Unquote. Fifteen thousand adults elderly people in nursing homes are dying each year from the off label use of antipsychotic medications. For an indication that the FDA knows the drug doesn't work the problem has been only FDA for years and years close quote. Legal the FDA does provide a black box warning label. Regarding off label use of these drugs, eleven years later, Human Rights Watch published a report titled They Want Docile. How. Nursing homes in the US overmedicated people with dementia. The report found in two thousand, sixteen, seventeen quote unquote massive use or abuse of Anti Psychotics, for example, Sarah. Quel. Doll and Rispler doll that have serious side effects including sudden cardiac death. The human rights report estimated in an average week over one hundred, seventy, nine, thousand, long-stay Nursing Home Facility patients who administered antipsychotic drugs. Without a diagnosis which the drugs are indicated or approved rover, polar disorder and schizophrenia in testimony the ways and means. Committee. Heard this past November Richard Mollet Executive Director of the Long Term Care Community coalition concluded quote the use of San Anti psychotics in skilled nursing facilities is so extensive that puts the US in violation of internal conventions and covenants on torture and cruel inhumane and degrading treatment or punishment. Close quote. This is my third related interview. In December twenty twelve I discussed the topic with Diana Zuckerman. And in February, eighteen high interviewed Hannah Lamb who authored the above mentioned human rights report. With me again to discuss the ways and means report just released titled Under enforced and over prescribed is Rachel Dolan the reports lead author. So that Rachel as background let's get right into this or immediate neatly into the specifics of the report. What did the report find regarding the extent to which? They're persists overuse or misuse of anti psychotics in skilled nursing. David. So the report showed what what you what we would expect from your introduction, which is the use of antipsychotic does persist in nursing homes across the country and it remains quite high and not of course, has implications for patient safety and and health We found in the fourth quarter of Twenty nineteen approximately twenty percent of all skilled nursing facility residents in the US. So that's about two, hundred, Ninety, eight, thousand, six, hundred, fifty people every week received some form of antipsychotic medication and most of that was without any psychosis diagnosis for which these drugs are indicated So specifically, we actually looked at trends and surveyor citations for unnecessary medication use in nursing home. So that's kind of the. Part of this study and what we found was a clear change in citation rates for these facilities between the change in administrations from the Obama Administration to trump administration So we found citations for antipsychotic misuse in sniffs increased by two hundred percent between twenty, fifteen, twenty seventeen but then declined by twenty two percent from two thousand, seventeen to twenty eighteen, and importantly a ten percent of citations associated with actual harm or immediate jeopardy to a residence health or safety. So those are some of the most severe citation surveyors ever capture resulted in no fine from twenty seventeen to twenty eighteen under the trump administration. So you know. I. Would say even though this study in particular couldn't determine causation we we did see a clear association between the Trump Administration's regulatory rollback campaign twenty, seventeen, twenty eighteen and a reduction in citations for these particular drugs. Okay thank you and we'll get into the trump administration's regulatory decisions in this regard in a minute let me just ask as a follow up or an aside question and I don't think I saw this new report. So you may not have these numbers top of mind but worth asking, can you give an approximation of the cost? To the Medicare program at least relative to the overuse I, mean, this is a massive amount of money in reimbursement for these medications. I don't remember offhand. Let's see I think in the in the actually in the report we got About one third of older adult Medicare part d enrolling with dementia who spent more than one hundred days in a nursing humber prescribed antipsychotic in two, thousand, twelve constituting roughly three, hundred, sixty, three, million part D plan payments that year and of course, there's also cost associated with hospitalizations for inappropriate use of these drugs So I would expect you know that that that is obviously very under an understatement understated estimate that does not capture the full realm of payments. So it's it's fairly substantial.

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Apple TV plus plans on implementing augmented reality to woo fans

/Film Daily

01:22 min | 3 weeks ago

Apple TV plus plans on implementing augmented reality to woo fans

"Apple TV plus is planning to add augmented reality to the content what is going on here each day According to a new report by Bloomberg Apple is reported reportedly planning to add augmented reality content streaming service Thou actress companion to its current. Titles that are streaming on the platform and they would be they would basically implement objects or characters from these titles, which would be overlaid onto real world environments via an iphone or IPAD APP. A Bloomberg describes this basically as. Something Akin to bonus content like a director's commentary for movie and They described kind of with the in relation to the show for all mankind saying that someone watching moonwalking seen in the apple show for all mankind might be able to see a virtual lunar rover on their devices display seemingly seemingly perched atop their living room coffee table. So it sounds something like My closest comparison would be like pokemon go. And how you can see through the screen like a an object that is reacting in no time to the environment around them but on through your screen and this is apparently being designed to draw in and retain new subscribers as well. Promote apples a our technology.

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NASA: New VIPER Lunar Rover to Map Water Ice on the Moon

Innovation Now

00:58 sec | Last month

NASA: New VIPER Lunar Rover to Map Water Ice on the Moon

"Ideas that shave our future NASA is planning to send a mobile robot called Viper to the South Pole of the. Moon to get a close up view of the location and concentration of water ice in the region Jackie Quinn an environmental engineer at Nasr's Kennedy Space Center is working on one of the instruments that will help the rover do its job. Now, I get to do a lot of work with water here on earth, but I recently stepped over into looking for. Water. On the moon. Now you know we have the opportunity to pair them mass spectrometer, which is called 'em Solo a mass spec observing lunar operations to pair that with a drill and to go out and look under the artist's program to look for these resources that could actually enable us

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Mars Curiosity Celebrates  Eight Years on Red Planet

Innovation Now

01:22 min | Last month

Mars Curiosity Celebrates Eight Years on Red Planet

"As perseverance speeds towards Mars curiosity celebrates eight years on the Red Planet. This is innovation. Now bringing you stories behind the ideas that shave our future Nassar's curiosity. Mars rover. Has Seen a lot since it I first. It's wheels inside gale crater on August fifth two, thousand, twelve, a self portrait taken on Seoul Twenty Eighty two showed how Martian dust storm had significantly reduced visibility and sunlight at the rovers location on Seoul two, thousand five, hundred, fifty, five curiosity used its telephoto Lens to capture mount sharp in the morning light in a panorama composed of forty four individual images stitch together scientists have seen win sculpted. Ripples on the top of Martian sand dunes unlike anything seen on earth curiosity occasionally studies clouds to learn about the Martian atmosphere, which is only one percent as dense as earth's air. Still the black and white navigation cameras show that water ice clouds do sometimes form over the past eight years. Curiosity has journeyed more than fourteen miles and shared images that reveal ancient. Mars was indeed suitable life and the data curiosity continues to send home have scientists anxiously waiting to see what perseverance might discover as well for innovation. Now, I'm Jennifer police

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Inside NASA's new Mars rover concept vehicle

Innovation Now

01:10 min | Last month

Inside NASA's new Mars rover concept vehicle

"As astronauts plan to work on the Moon or Mars. They need to think about how to move from place to place and how to take essentials like food, water and air with them. This is innovation. Now bringing you stories of revolutionary ideas, emerging technologies, and the people behind the concepts that shape the future to reduce the number of items needed to land on the moon or Mars. NASA has combined a home and vehicle into a single rover complete with breathable air. Much like an RV, the pressurized rover will contain everything astronauts need to live and work on the surface. The crew can wear comfortable clothes inside the rover. They can drive the rover tens of miles from their base or drive it to the spacecraft that will eventually take them back to space for the return trip home. When astronauts encounter interesting locations, they can put on their hi tech space suits to exit the rover and collect samples and conduct science experiments and artists. Astronauts on the moon will help refined designs for a Martian rover to make it the best home on wheels on any world

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Laser Communication: How Shorter Wavelengths Means Greater Bandwidth

Innovation Now

01:04 min | Last month

Laser Communication: How Shorter Wavelengths Means Greater Bandwidth

"Now bringing you stories behind the ideas that shape our future today sending a map of Mars to Earth might take nine years with current radio systems but as little as nine weeks with laser communications. Here's Glen Jackson Payload Manager. For the laser communications relay demo had Nasr's Goddard Space, Flight Center to explain why optical communication systems are more efficient. The wavelength of light is much smaller than the wavelength of radio frequencies and the small the wavelengths, the more information you can condense in a small period of time. So we get. Greater Bandwidth with optical communication as the wavelength get smaller, this technology would allow us to move large amounts of data and high definition video. In shorter amounts of time, we could communicate with rovers or astronauts on Mars, actually seeing and hearing more of their adventures on the Red Planet and laser communication systems on earth could provide high bandwidth in remote areas,

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Award-winning spuds!

Shutters Inc

04:11 min | Last month

Award-winning spuds!

"Hi and welcome to a very short episode four, hundred eighty shut zinc. This is Bruce Williams from Shutt- zinc podcast dot com, and joining me via skype from Melbourne. Once again still in lockdown Mr Glenn lavender from creative workshops dot, com today you. The. Excellent. Why are we doing a short one? You tell me because in forty two minutes and thirty seconds. Nassar is launching the next Mars rover. Really. Finish. Perseverance, it takes off in forty two minutes from now we listened insist the name of. List. The. Thought I had to speak fast and keep the woods short. Misconstrued your meaning. Misconstrued and there's a long word. So I'm sorry for Moreton those lot. As you will week pain actually do this photo shoot. Wow. I actually went to work and did some. Other doing product shoot of black plastic box six hours. You should get logging, right? Six hours per for black box. Hello. Did it take six hours nine? I'm telling you say for six hours shooting. Happy of well. They're still the negotiators. And right for them yet, and and it's it's it's tricky at the moment earning money you're gonNA. Be Inspected. I'm the. Six hours doing all these different setups it was it was a black box trance coding box that you plug your camry into the trance code into whatever output via APP, what you want to and and. The filming each setup. So required the setups tracks every every setup time. In addition shoots and so on and so forth and you know my debt, my boxer. Good. But. It was a black box and student took. One Thousand and sixty six photos of a black box. Are you serious Yup Well Part of the problem was. Poor light because these these the airy cine cameras laughing almost no light. Light to shoot. So I'm trying to shoot a black box in black surrounding. handhelds without pushing. The is our Tony Stupid amount. I'm often shooting at one point four and of course getting dipped feels that law goes on in folks. All this stuff you got to try to see shoot multiple and then I bush, do that get any so the steadiness in my hands. Yeah. So. Yeah it was it was it was tricky. Machine twelve thousand eight hundred is. Because that's GONNA garbage. For. Product. Shots. You use any Phil Flesh? Die, flash it all. That's all. They had all that lodgings up constantly just as it was being on my. LAP AND CEPA random it was. Very. They really didn't give you much consideration. Did they. Of course I'm only. Why would they. That's the whole thing. It's like you asked me to come here and do a job, and then you hold me from the outset but looking at the back of the camera and love, dude is producing, which is important. And the best part of the whole job is guide mimic the cigarette identity. Noses get get them in gone. I. Didn't have to look through the Tasman Sixty six to see which good. Their problem, and then tonight, this product launch tonight at midnight. So we should we shot Monday APP until four thirty Monday afternoon, get all those images, edit all the images, get all the footage edited the footage, build web pages using the images and footage. And build everything and script and the video Albany for launch not.

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NASA reveals how Perseverance is doing as it hurtles toward Mars

Hugh Hewitt

00:34 sec | Last month

NASA reveals how Perseverance is doing as it hurtles toward Mars

"NASA administrator Jim Brighton, Stein says shortly after it's Thursday morning lift off the Mars rover perseverance went into a safe mode. After a temperature alarm. There was also a communication glitch. We do need Tio No. Fine tune our receiving stations on the ground, but both have been resolved. If all goes well. The rover will land on Mars in February and pick up a rock samples to be retrieved in 2026. China and the United Arab Emirates also have spacecraft and route to Mars after launching last

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NASA launches Perseverance rover on mission to Mars

Tim Conway Jr.

03:03 min | Last month

NASA launches Perseverance rover on mission to Mars

"That was pretty cool. I run away two up Mars. And it's going to take nine months to get there on then it will take And you know it will be there for three months and going to come back another coming back, but it'll take nine months. Flying extra fast. I don't know what fast is. You know, I heard 26,000 miles I heard 18,000 miles, but it's fast, man fast. Let's find out what's going on here with the NASA. All right. Things wrong with that was NASA launching its newest rover to Mars today, Researchers plan to use this trip to look for signs of life on the Red Planet. CBS's Chris Martinez has Mohr on the potentially historic mission release. NASA's latest mission to Mars blast it all from Kennedy Space Center. Embarking on a journey that could answer an age old question. It is very hard to imagine that we are alone. Project Sciences can, Varley says A primary goal of the latest launch to Mars is searching for evidence of ancient life. The perseverance Rover will drill into the planet surface to search for signs of long dead microscopic organisms that may have thrived on Mars billions of years ago. Wow, that's kind of cool. Right could been Martians on their billions of years ago. There are environments that have been found, especially by the Curiosity Rover. That by every characteristic that we know of look habitable. Searching for evidence of life Isn't the mission here that by the way, every characteristic is checked off. Every box is checked off and there Certain that there was life at some point on Mars that by every characteristic that we know of look habitable. Wow, that's sensational, right searching and then we gotta figure out what the hell happened to him. Why did they become extinct? Right, searching for evidence of what a plastic straws that did him in? That's possible searching for evidence of life isn't the missions on Ly goal. The latest rover will also study the climate and geology of Mars. This first of its kind Mars helicopter, capturing aerial views of the planet's surface. Somebody stayed in school longer night did right Setting up a rover up to Mars. And then it has the ability Tio helicopter pops out of his belly for perseverance will also collect samples of Martian rock with plans to one day, return them to Earth. Really, be sure that we're seeing signs of ancient life on Mars and the rocks there, we have to bring samples back Earth Tech researchers say the mission is ready to go, thanks to nearly all work on the project being wrapped up before the Corona virus pandemic began. If this had happened six months ago, when we had hundreds and hundreds of people at the laboratory building things we wouldn't have made it. Perseverance is expected to touch down on Mars just over 200 days from now very ago. Nine months to get there. Chris Martinez,

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NASA launches Perseverance rover on mission to Mars

DaveMan

00:28 sec | Last month

NASA launches Perseverance rover on mission to Mars

"Mission to Mars is underway. NASA successfully launched an Atlas five rocket this morning from Cape Canaveral. It's carrying the perseverance Rover in a small helicopter to the Red Planet. The car sized robotic rover will search for evidence of past life on the planet. Take videos and photographs and soil samples. The small helicopter is a £4 Mars copter. If it works, we'll be the very first powered flight on another planet.

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Los Angeles - Mars Rover, Built In Pasadena, Launches Into Space

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:34 sec | Last month

Los Angeles - Mars Rover, Built In Pasadena, Launches Into Space

"The perseverance Rover and its ingenuity helicopter are on their way to Mars Engine ignition to lift off the countdown to Mars continues NASA mission control as the car sized rover lifted off from Cape Canaveral this morning. The spacecraft carrying the rover and helicopter launched aboard a United launch alliance Atlas Rocket after traveling through space for about seven months. The perseverance is scheduled to land on Mars.

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'On our way to Mars': NASA rover will look for signs of life

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

00:47 sec | Last month

'On our way to Mars': NASA rover will look for signs of life

"Has launched its most sophisticated Mars rover to the Red Planet yet status check. So Atlas Go center Go! Morris, 2020. The rover is a car sized vehicle with cameras, microphones, drills and lasers. CBS News Space analyst Bill Harwood details the mission. The person various rover is the most sophisticated lander NASA has ever built, designed to look for signs of past microbial life across an ancient river Delta. For scientists say water once flowed into a 28 mile wide crater is going to collect rock and soil samples is going to leave them behind its specific locations, and they'll be recovered later. NASA hopes and returned to Earth. If that wasn't enough was included. A small helicopter will attempt the first flight on another planet.

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NASA launches mission to Mars

Richard Eeds

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NASA launches mission to Mars

"Third and final mission to Mars is underway following launches by China and the United Arab Emirates. Correspondent Linda Kincaid reports NASA's most elaborate life Hunting Rover. Is carrying some fascinating equipment expected to land in mid February of 2021 theory. Emission also promises new perspectives on Mars. The perseverance is equipped with microphones to share sounds of the Red Planet for the first time. It also has 23 cameras with new features like zoom color and video capturing capabilities. Also along for the ride the first helicopter to attempt flight on another planet. NASA's perseverance Rhoda Mighty Atlas five Rocket in Ooh, a clear morning sky. Among other features, the plutonium powered, six wheeled Rover will drill down and collect tiny geological specimens that will be brought back to Earth.

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Final Thursday of July

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Final Thursday of July

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"rovers" Discussed on Rover's Morning Glory

Rover's Morning Glory

02:25 min | 4 months ago

"rovers" Discussed on Rover's Morning Glory

"We'll be right back on rover's morning glory. ROVERS MOBILE UNM S. A reason rover had the biggest nuts. GotTa have enough room, so all the other shows can swing off, overlook. Now.

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"rovers" Discussed on Scuba Shack Radio

Scuba Shack Radio

04:20 min | 6 months ago

"rovers" Discussed on Scuba Shack Radio

"While I'm here in the Atlantis divers your booth Boston Sea Rovers with less corporal. Less is the Representative for Atlanta's die resort here in the US. And and I met last a couple of years ago here at Boston. Sea Rovers and had the opportunity to travel within the Philippines in December and what an outstanding trip. It was welcome last. Thanks for joining me here at Scuba Shack Radio Jeff. It's my pleasure man. Thanks to lesser great trip in December. Like I said we dodged a typhoon. That was that was an interesting experience but We made it through there a little bit. Yeah it was kind of exciting Never been typhoon. Before and in Manila wasn't really bad what would I hope? He walked away from that experiences. The dedication and commitment we showed as Atlanta sticking it to the resorts kind of had a few rabbits out of our law. We were impressed with all that that really went. Well and got us down there to Puerto Galera and got our diving started to. So let's sue. You've been working for you to land. So how long has it been now? It's been four years. I've just started my fifth year. Five years yeah. Yeah I love. Atlanta began coming to Atlanta in two thousand fourteen Sort of a consistent quality of the experience at every of every Rut Realm. You're looking for in a dive trip world class diving gourmet food. Great Service people are wonderful. Yeah so cool. So she started this after owning a dive shop. You Miss not not so much. So yeah it's it's a tough business but we love it so we're on on track there so you left a dive shop go to work for. Atlanta's you love the Philippines. What do you like about diving in the Philippines? It's gotta be well. It's the healthy reefs in the marine biodiversity. It's just unsurpassed. Yep It's the best diving I've ever had anywhere in the world. And every time I go I never know what I'm GonNa see for the first time because there's always more to see. Ya so you you yeah. It was fantastic You know I thought Some of the stuff we saw very island was incredible Apple Liling right you know. How much stuff is on the island? We'll there's four hundred and forty species of coral apple. Yeah and you know we will also worked with the California Academy of Sciences. You had mentioned Verde. They studied Verde Island in That's summer of Twenty fifteen and discovered two hundred new species. That's what's so special about the Philippines. The healthy quarrel but also they had marine biodiversity. You just once again. You just never know what you're going to see. Yeah I. It was incredible. We were like you know you go over there. And you go on. Conflicts clowns Wisconsin by the annual. It's just other classes so Best Guy. Tell me about your best dive in the Philippines. What was that probably to Bataille visited to battalion? Twenty seventeen and I remember on the last dive when I send it with my wife. I asked her how many sharks we just see and she said I. I don't know maybe there was at sixty foot will shirk and School of Eight hundred twenty. Gray's a school baby sharks which never seen anywhere else in the world and then she said Oh. I don't know twenty or twenty five white tips so it was probably close to sixty sharks all the while looking at pristine hardest squirrels. That would rival anything. I've ever seen in Fiji. Yeah so it's a very special place. Yes maybe I'M GONNA have to get to at some point In the future but Any place you haven't been to yet where where you WANNA go nuts. I guess big bucket list trip for me would be galapagos something about the seals. Okay and the hammer heads. Really intrigues me. Hunger got dust out. Dry would be a negative. So what you next trip. Where are you going to next? We're all next week. I'm going back to okay man. Can I come with you? Yeah no I don't think I can make it. We gotta we gotta shop run but Yeah we'll be back out to Atlanta Zuma in twenty twenty one We're looking forward to it getting ready to go but Last thanks so much for the trip in December and thanks again for coming on Scuba Shock Radio my pleasure. Thank you five.

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"rovers" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:51 min | 6 months ago

"rovers" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Shannon Rovers and more there's a black box dot com slash Saint Patrick's day for tickets to the game I will draw one but filled with wealth back into the shark dented beside and behind the net at the far side but he will be back by the hawks Murphy center ice to Patrick Kane for the penalty boxes on the right wing side the deluxe room tried to chop the pocket of the shark in classic matter to have a short blue line that's been support the hawk why Murphy there to get it overlook this Carlson the pass across to the right wing the Kitty Patrick Kane waited on the right side of the right wing corner jargon pushed off the park classical ticket put it behind the net already for the past Carlson hawk one of left wing size has to lay down the boards and behind that right around the Murphy center right sharks almost gifted too many men on the ice life changes can affect the heart the top love circle it's all of that nor Gregor the park top right search leading the high slot hill fired proffered to flex that one up into the protective netting with his goals to one thing the Blackhawks need to do and they struggled at this all season long is to have their block there forward what's more shocks they're kind of in the shooting range but they're really not in the shooting land a lot of shots get through that first layer of defense of the tickets to the first layer that is really tough for the defense for the goaltender to find out where those loose parts are down around the crease area so getting into that area making sure that you take away that shooting lane is imperative for the hawks to cut down some of these shot totals that we've seen this season autograph reflected stock against Evander Kane lays it docks feed on the dot hello there and now the dander came firing top of the right circle Blackwell in mind a quick pass across to Brandon Hagel he deflects the puck down the sharp decline Brandon Davidson there for San Jose chipped it in from the penalty boxes Kirby dach got it not hearing into the short film like have a bank goes down no penalty call they get their skates locked together hawks get the perspective the reporter Brandon Hagel their music for Kirby dach he was checked by Davison Hagel hustling playing forces a turnover works excellent point only modifiers that's blocked by Gregory the sharks in the first circle in Gregor will carry backup bicycle the hawks way visit down behind the net who could fix it for moo Vander Cain but kept the play alive dimana the two week at center ice the dock of the right wing side from the start line had the puck taken away and Spandan ice in behind the heart yet I know it's taken back by Monday the Senate down ice into the shark in returns together to go over on the left wing side vertical I need job the Senate race actually down behind the heart close out the Senate race reversal fired back into the hot zone going to shop for the park first line left wing put it over the burns the hawks on the inside the line break point fifty so well out there he coughed up the puck in the wake of the hawks carpenter to center ice left wing sent over to the right wing corner struck again David camp there together but if the board's carpenter to the right point holding a long shot that's why I'm always at the top of the crease looking for tips he fled point Doubleday right point send it back over low point the keys now the board decided back fifty two hammers one for the life flight him bro blocked it in front of a shark net along the far side board the job battling there was side side working with wanted to break the rules of the wires and that's just why they are completely.

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"rovers" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:56 min | 8 months ago

"rovers" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Of us with technology this no longer working with printers and no longer print with computers the out of date software with so no speakers that stop working in may Hey could be worse you could have launched a Mars rover for multiple billions of dollars up on to the surface of Mars and then just go it's not working NASA curiosity the Mars rover this the latest Mars rover there's another one going up this year I was working great even though opportunity it's it's older brother had failed in the dust storm but then something went wrong and curiosity apparently no longer knows where it is NASA says Rovers need to know where their bodies are relative to their surroundings curiosity stores its body attitude in memory things like the orientation of each joint which instrument on the end of its arms pointing down how close it is to the ground it also stores is knowledge of the environment things like how steep the slope is where the big rock star with the bedrock sticks out a dangerous way it evaluates this information before it moves before any motor can be activated as governor where am I what am I doing here when the answer is I don't know curiosity stops apparently that's what's happened for some reason curiosity has lost its way yes it doesn't lost and you know it's a long way to get get service personnel up there would be hard part way let NASA road through its last set of activities curiosity lost its orientation some knowledge of its attitude was not quite right quite right so couldn't make the essential safety evaluation so it stopped moving froze in place and it won't move until it knows what's it is our intention back you ever been disoriented you know you if you can feel for denture NASA says curiosity kept sending us information so we know what happened and we're working on a plan to inform curiosity of its attitude you have an attitude problem Mister and they confirm what happened we want your yeah city Rick to recover its ability to make its safety checks we also one of those and then we can do to prevent a similar problem in the future so at least for now curiosity is there refuses to move.

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"rovers" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"rovers" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

"The new thing that I'm excited about which we don't use all that often but I'm finding myself using it more is silver diomede fluoride non? I think that the applications for pediatric you know <unk> pediatric patients which we have many many of is enormous especially for ones that might be afraid of the dentist Oreo or you know they have so much stuff going on that you just want to get it under some sort of control before you tackle it piece by piece but also the the application for geriatric <unk> huge. I mean you have older folks who have the live out which is either zero very close to it because of medication because of age you're or because manual dexterity. He can't brush their teeth well or at all. You're just trying to keep everything is stay was possible for these nice is people and try to keep the cost as low as possible where these nice people and so. I think that it's a great service and some very excited by like try to use it as much as I am now. Do you take any state Medicaid for the poor <hes> beat because I have noticed now. <hes> some dentists are getting very business. Having I'm out here in Phoenix where there's a lot of retirees there's a lot of nursing homes there several near me and on the way home from work these dentists will take you know a backpack with gloves and sobered I mean fluoride and stop in these nursing homes where in America four and a half percent of Americans will finish out their life in a nursing home and don't worry if you're a man because it's almost all women and they get one that route surface carry a month for every month or nursing home so by time great grandma's Vin in there a year she's got twelve rovers cavities and they will just stop by and at the end of the day and apply these and Medicaid and doesn't pay much money but my God even if they pay twenty dollars a tooth. You know you know she's been there ear she she needed twelve and you go across all and do twelve more and they like elder people at the end of the day. It's low stress. I think I think Silver Daming floride could solve probably one of the most embarrassing problems in America and that is all the people in nursing homes that are sitting there and I when I go those nursing homes on what he what do you do most of them are are missing dexterity muscle mass and so they're missing auditees so they only want soft food so they serve him back and cheese cottage cheese smashed as it's all mush apple by and what do you do when you're eighty. You'll love to eat. You're not out jet skiing. You know you're not you're out skiing and so they loved the it's all carbs. It's all mush and their teachers you just go down the drain and Silver Daming floride could massively reverse that stop that slow it down and it's very profitable because it's the difference between doing an anterior crown and ten andrew grounds sounds I mean it doesn't take you ten times longer to do ten upper crowns than it does to do one crown and and most of these people how long would it take you to go in and apply.

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"rovers" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"rovers" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

"The new thing that I'm excited about which we don't use all that often but I'm finding myself using it more is silver diomede fluoride non? I think that the applications for pediatric you know <unk> pediatric patients which we have many many of is enormous especially for ones that might be afraid of the dentist Oreo or you know they have so much stuff going on that you just want to get it under some sort of control before you tackle it piece by piece but also the the application for geriatric <unk> huge. I mean you have older folks who have the live out which is either zero very close to it because of medication because of age you're or because manual dexterity. He can't brush their teeth well or at all. You're just trying to keep everything is stay was possible for these nice is people and try to keep the cost as low as possible where these nice people and so. I think that it's a great service and some very excited by like try to use it as much as I am now. Do you take any state Medicaid for the poor <hes> beat because I have noticed now. <hes> some dentists are getting very business. Having I'm out here in Phoenix where there's a lot of retirees there's a lot of nursing homes there several near me and on the way home from work these dentists will take you know a backpack with gloves and sobered I mean fluoride and stop in these nursing homes where in America four and a half percent of Americans will finish out their life in a nursing home and don't worry if you're a man because it's almost all women and they get one that route surface carry a month for every month or nursing home so by time great grandma's Vin in there a year she's got twelve rovers cavities and they will just stop by and at the end of the day and apply these and Medicaid and doesn't pay much money but my God even if they pay twenty dollars a tooth. You know you know she's been there ear she she needed twelve and you go across all and do twelve more and they like elder people at the end of the day. It's low stress. I think I think Silver Daming floride could solve probably one of the most embarrassing problems in America and that is all the people in nursing homes that are sitting there and I when I go those nursing homes on what he what do you do most of them are are missing dexterity muscle mass and so they're missing auditees so they only want soft food so they serve him back and cheese cottage cheese smashed as it's all mush apple by and what do you do when you're eighty. You'll love to eat. You're not out jet skiing. You know you're not you're out skiing and so they loved the it's all carbs. It's all mush and their teachers you just go down the drain and Silver Daming floride could massively reverse that stop that slow it down and it's very profitable because it's the difference between doing an anterior crown and ten andrew grounds sounds I mean it doesn't take you ten times longer to do ten upper crowns than it does to do one crown and and most of these people how long would it take you to go in and apply.

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"rovers" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"rovers" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Side with Landers and Rovers and robots after more than five thousand days on the Martian surface. It's final resting spot. Fittingly is a place called perseverance valley where the window for opportunity finally closed. I'm Mark Strasbourg now to the bottom of the ocean on earth. Here's correspondent Mark Phillips. Rub craft shipwreck hunter, he may have found something, you know, you just hate to throw it out there on the table. He's aboard the research vessel petrol hundreds of miles from anywhere in the South Pacific searching for an American war grave that has been lost for seventy seven years ago. His tools the latest technology underwater drone that scans the ocean floor three and a half miles down enemy planes scored several hits on the horn of the USS hornet was an aircraft carrier involved in the crucial nineteen forty two battle for Waddell canal. It would be her last battle. One hundred and forty of her crew were killed that day. The rest were ordered to abandon ship before she went down. But where exactly this is needle in a haystack countries? Yeah. Absolutely, robin. The crew have to guess where to search using the rough positions reported by other ships at the time with our breaking it. Nice and slow the drone resurfaces. It's hours of recorded images show mile after mile of empty seabed until the top left. What does that look like that looks suspiciously like.

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"rovers" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"rovers" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Our Rovers in in fact, two thirds of the northern hemisphere probably was water even up to about a mile deep. So those are wonderful environment. So they could have harbored life in their past. So what about Mars, let's go through the evidence. Well Mars, we thought was initially moon like craters in a dead world. And so about fifteen years ago, we started a series of missions to go to Mars and see if water it systems on Mars in its past the changed its geology. We ought to be able to notice that. And indeed we started be surprised right away are higher resolution images show Delta's and river valleys and gullies that were there in the past. And in fact, Theriault city, which has been rolling on the surface now for about three years has really shown us that it's sitting in an ancient riverbed where water flowed rapidly and not for a little while perhaps hundreds of millions of years, and if everything was there, including organics perhaps life at starting trio is also drew. Killed in that red soil and brought up other material. And we were really excited when we saw that wasn't red Mars. It was gray material scream ours. We brought it.

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"rovers" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

06:09 min | 2 years ago

"rovers" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Claim that are visiting this planet, maybe artificial intelligence, or at least synthetic intelligence here. She is appearing on a talk show giving her theories about what could be out there. We're talking here about working Astro biology about intelligent life on other planets, and my line on that is that the most intelligent civilizations will actually be forms of super intelligent artificial intelligence. And they're they're been several interesting Astro biologists who've argued for this point such as Seth Shostak over at the SETI institute as well as Paul Davies in a book called the eerie. Silence and Steven dick. Who was recently a chair of asteroid at the library of congress. So I think there's some sober-minded work there about thinking about what the shape of the most intelligent civilizations. Would be like. And you know, if it is indeed the case that humans go in the direction. Developing artificial intelligence and enhancing their own brains. It may be that other civilizations have followed that pattern is. Well, isn't that amazing? We're heading in that direction ourselves and even Enrico fair maid said that intelligence would create intelligence creed intelligence, create intelligence, and this is why this would mean that aliens are out there that someone or something has been sent here like probes, for example, we send out Rovers we sent out probes Rovers, they are creations of a technology that have a little bit of intelligence behind the do the work for us. We send out a monkey lists to do the work for us on Mars. We send a Rover we send something out a probe will maybe their probes or their synthetic intelligence is made anthropomorphic. So that when we see it we're not afraid of it, very it's like a child it looks like a child, and so we're not afraid of it. But he's strong enough to take us up or to abduct us. Let's go to John in Texas. Hi, John Young. Zero. Why are you doing great? I'm hearing some fantastic stories out there. I'm just blown away. And you know, there's something that happened. Forty years ago with my dad that I never even thought about until I started listening to the show tonight. But he was a bomber pilot war, two Korea and Vietnam he was also trained. I have a certificate of his special weapons delivery in New Mexico during the time of the first bomb drop. Years later when I was older, and he figured I could understand things you relate a story to me that once they started carrying atomic and nuclear weapons on their planes. They started getting followed by you. Constantly. And they were told not to ever speak of it, not doing gauge whatever it was not the lock weapons at all just to observe report. And I just thought that was kind of interesting along with what you're talking about tonight. It all fits doesn't it. We had the other guy was a there was there the testing sites and said that they saw the same thing they saw lights beside different colored lights. And of course, the story that I related where the man said that they were told it was because the atmosphere was burned away. But no, I have a feeling it's not bad at all. I have a feeling that something happens when and then, of course, with the little bombs in World War Two from that UK studying reading it just it just stands to reason that when we start doing things like this. We open up something or we disrupt something and activate either a magnetic field or something opens. I am not. I mean, I'm not a I'm not a physicist by any stretch of the imagination. But it just seems to me that this is this seems to be a pattern and that people who. Tell the stories, you know, the stories are seeing the same pattern every time we deal with this type of technology. Exactly. And I had a question, and maybe you could put it out to your listeners to but. It seems other people that I've talked to if they've had parents grandparents whatever that had these experiences. It seems to follow on. With their kids grandkids. And whatever that they're more susceptible to seeing things. Also, it's like my dad being followed by these UFO's because of the nuclear weapons. It's like they made note of who he was and to keep an eye on him on his family's descendants. And all. I was just wondering if anybody else had that experience. Are you hinting at the fact that you've had an experience? Oh, yeah. I I didn't want to pin you down like that. But it does sound like with a little hesitancy your voice you've been having experiences as well. Yeah. The first one was right at the time of the Betty and Barney Lil thing. Wow. That's very young. We were camping in New Jersey had a gas station. We're on a family vacation. And we had a camper with bunk players in the back of lower and upper had it's a whole window. And I was on the upper ball looking out the window, and I saw circular like in different colors. I wasn't scared but watched about five minutes, and then I call down to my dad on the lower bond who. The window, right? Then. Yeah. Don't worry. I see it to just be quiet. Isn't it weird? The way parents do that happened to me too. And I was a kid just act like nothing's happened. I've seen it before. John. Thank you for your story. We'll be back with more ground zero. Don't go away..

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"rovers" Discussed on Main Engine Cut Off

Main Engine Cut Off

04:24 min | 2 years ago

"rovers" Discussed on Main Engine Cut Off

"You'll need to wheels week and hopefully make a tale lighter weight than we could wheels and Motors or or suspension type system like the Mars Rovers have. So obvious, obvious limitations and challenges that come with that type of design. You mentioned the tail and driving backwards. Yes, we absolutely have to drive backwards. We had to build turn turn in place and that tail needs to not get stuck. So we've carefully designed it to float again this allusion to fluid that tail niece, afloat above the surface and not get stuck, no matter which direction goes in, eat, provide stability to the Rover, so doesn't just tip over at some point both while driving but also win. It's dropped down from the Lander onto the lunar surface needs to be a stable platform as much as possible. We're continuing to lighten all of our designs. They go forward from a wheels, the wheels. Man of looking very different. In fact, a lot of the systems at this point may end up looking really different as we go through and really optimize its configuration and everything about the design, and we try to get the mass down. A lot of systems really don't start out with such limitations. So. It's been a constant challenge and battle of mass one. One important note on that as the Rover were talking about is what we're calling our one point five, you Rover. So as any kind of mentioned before, with the cube sat model where we're trying to leverage model and that we're hoping we can build more scalable Rovers. So if you're familiar with cubesats, they're usually based in us units, and we hope to be able to build a three you size Rover and a six use is Rover maybe beyond that those Rovers will ideally not require much engineering to scale up to that level and they probably will have four wheels on each of those even possible. As Andy said right now that we're doing a lot of analysis might even be possible to get four wheels on a small one, but the technical team would probably kill me if I do lovely. All that is still definitely in discovery. Right now. We have a lot of good results, but we're always trying to be better and the the bigger Rovers should absolutely have wheels on them. Yeah, that's good to hear. Because I, whenever I'm doing interviews, I tossed the announcement out to some of the patriot supporters and give them a chance to ask them questions. And there was a lot of skepticism about this whole skid system, but I think understanding the driving inspiration behind this initial version of tube over is important in that because you know, even in a world where you got stuck, the idea is keep kept it cheap enough and light enough that you could fly another without too much of an issue. Right? So that thing that I find interesting where you're not sending something to Mars and saying, it's gotta work for ninety days for six years, whatever it is, so it can't get stuck on anything, but it's like in a new world where some things so much cheaper. You know, we talk about this a lot with launch vehicles where you're saying. NG distributed launch that if one fails you can send up another no problem that model has to extend beyond launch at some point. And that's why I really like seeing that from you that you took this initial designed, put it in some testbeds scenarios and are working your way up in size up and capability. And I'm encouraged to see that overall this to design designs, not a new concept. NASA looked at developing actually quite large wheel. Rovers tether systems included in them have developed also very small ones out there. And the idea's been used in law enforcement and security type robots to make them again, very lightweight and compact. Robots. So we're leveraging, you know, many years of work by others in this area. It's I think it's really important to distinguish because we've heard that skepticism as well with the skit system emissions, and the applications at the smaller Rovers are going to be used for are not the same missions that larger rivers are traditionally used for is also the things that we're looking at. Maybe characterizing what the regular the books like, or maybe looking at the temperature profiles of shadows or looking at. It could be a wide range of resource prospecting..

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"rovers" Discussed on I Need My Space

I Need My Space

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"rovers" Discussed on I Need My Space

"Now let's start the show welcome emily yes it's always a cool to talk to a curiosity expert maybe just first and foremost do you mind just going over the curiosity mission a little bit and how it came to be sure we'll actually start started out in the near failure of nassar's mars exploration plans when two spacecraft both died on arrival at mars and so that happened back in ninety nine that was the mars climate orbiter and that the south polar lander that they had sent to mars and those were very sad failure and nasa regrouped and came out with a list of a long list of missions that they plan to revitalize the mars program and curiosity the mars rover a big mars rover was the last thing on that list so in a way curiosity is like the culmination of nasa second great wave of mars exploration the first one being the mariners vikings back in the sixties and seventies and so curiosity is a very big rover it's built around these two internal laborat tori instruments that need to get powdered sample inside them in order to study the composition of the ruck it landed in twenty twelve and his been rolling across i think now nineteen collaborators across the surface of mars so it's been a pretty successful mission there have been some bumps along the road as there always are but it's still going strong yeah it really is i mean what are some of the rovers goals what kind of data is it collecting so the reformulation of the nasa mars program was had this mantra about follow the water so we knew but there's a recurring joke that nasa discovers water on mars at least once a year so water is there but what does it mean what does it mean and so the previous rovers spirit and opportunity were there to confirm the presence of liquid confirm or not confirmed the presence of liquid water on mars and they did that they found that there had been in the past environments with liquid water hanging around making sedimentary rocks making watery environments but they weren't very pleasant environments so they were mostly very very acid environment so it's kinda nasty and so curiosity was sent to look for habitable environments and so what does habitable mean it means that first of all you need water you need a solvent you need it to hang around for a long time so that chemistry can get going and you need you need it's ph to be needed to be chemically happy you need it to be a chemical broth that is not going to attack and bust apart big organic compounds to have a non acid kind of environment yeah so that's what curiosity was sent to look for to kind of see if those environments existed on mars and then to characterize them.

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"rovers" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"rovers" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"And oh from these these after rovers with beaming warnings well what we talk show oh now see i didn't even intend to start out the show with a rhyme added playing at his came out of my mouth every now and then blinds girl find that nuts so far the show is perfect but it's not talking right now this would in fact be a perfect show right actually it probably wouldn't be because who wants to sit and listen to the next three hours and fifty six minutes of complete silence let me clear about crow or of be wrapping or govering billy joel no one wants to hear either one of those things and even though i would prefer spending the next three hours and fifty six minutes talking star wars with other nerds out there and and that's a huge compliment i won't because that's also not my job and not what i'm hired to do nerd a alert yes that's so so true i wait to see the movie again in theaters on tuesday night and i like it even better the second time it's so funny to i'm trolling people whenever i talk about the last yet i i know that people who hated it are they can't help themselves they have to respond and so i do know what you've come four and i have come to twitter to say that any boohbooh i love this country and no matter how much you didn't like it it just makes me like it more what i don't know about to store that's right that's not even from the lashed jet i goof your cheating not trying to trouble with business right plus we don't want to spoil anything that i think we're getting close to the point at which we can reveal details and it can't be accused of being a spoiler anymore because we're almost a month after the release but i won't i'll stick to my original plan which was knows spoilers quote unquote for the first month but i did see you again and i decided to come to work and talking about sports even though it wrote about star wars it's our home show that means we're almost halfway through the workweek the first two nights of the show the.

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"rovers" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"rovers" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Is all improved than it then it filters into other areas i'll give you though for my task i think now it's worst looks restore i think password is worth nearly goal was islander i'm gonna put it on the action asked me to do the through market on his clean a good malcolm but but it isn't is just not on your found tools huh so there doesn't show at a friend of meeting you'll know why angels basque labor minister angel wants him to be him in his own calendar set up his own account i don't know why this is so challenging working but it's not working for him so other studies have found that showing gratitude to your com leagues can inspire them to be more industrious okay appreciate you i appreciate what you bring to the table ambitious what can give her more than those routes is already more industrialised oven another research at the university of pennsylvania clinched rovers research the ruble you're writing you're you're you're definitely in the congonqoo control group of what's iritated evening today so he's a little laser outguessed he thing is like a laser beam ranked in his head because he doesn't have the password too much telling their own viewer tickled that funny like it was just it just seems to me logical angel eric why don't you live again as you work but this was this was my logic your phone your accounts your email your calendar you have an account you just like in embu year sacrificed could make a resider because because we we thought i thought we stick sad about a year i almost two years ago number do we we ended up thing i i i quit i thought you were using your own password your own account you're on kalachakra threats now i know you're just liking is meet the news use the owners could sue my job we were deleted your killed her mind thing would away the radio toner went away every oats of information went away everything is connected to is or committed to you it's not just me volunteers that got messages of thanks from their supervisor made fifty percent more phone calls when they were doing fundraising calls than those who did not if de percent more calls just because their supervisor said folks so even if you don't think you have time for it between.

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"rovers" Discussed on The Tesla Show

The Tesla Show

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"rovers" Discussed on The Tesla Show

"Signs missions and we've done dozens of either rovers or flybys of mars but i think that it's pretty fair to say that the general public's captivation with space travel through actual actions of nasa and other countries has diminished since the '60s and one of the one the sort of the the famous know guys here in silicon valley peter thiel likes to remind people that you know we used to imagine having flying cars and being in space and now we have things like twitter and it's sort of a sightly joe cash idea but but that we had this idea that we would continue and i think many people from the '60s if you were to tell them where would you be in 2017 space wise they would have projected a lot more than where we are and i think that's sort of where you on is is is feeling like we really haven't made as much progress in space as he would have hope and the broader point is that it's obvious that if you don't push on these things they won't happen you won't get mars colonies and even lunar bases without people deciding to do it and making the investment and putting in the hard work to make it happen and he's decided to take a lot of that into his own hands with with space x so i think that's his had his point is he wants to see this happen in this is his dream and he's using a private four prophet company to pursue that dream end and others are to um you know not to forget people like baeza send an and even folks like richard branson winter.

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"rovers" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"rovers" Discussed on WRVA

"Moon for a period of time this is more wealth so there you go the it's possible that is if there could have been crosspollination between the earth at laws when moss was once more active in moral love you we'll have more water and that means that if we get there and we might find things that are really interesting including micro biomedical life somehow is still surviving under the surface mighty those had vegetation trees well i don't know i don't know when i find that we might find fossil buried deep underground from the past that indicated you know there was a that was like we have seen no evidence of that so far from the rovers but i emphasize again that we've seen very liberal of mars uh and it's very superficial official even by the rovers i mean for example uh curiosity has a drill to drill into the surface they've only done it without what is it a dozen times because of a lot of technical reasons and so that very small sampling and the drilling they're doing is really looking at geology it's not looking for pople's and send you know to find fossil here algae you know rock hound fine foxo paleontologist sime fossil you don't break open or drill into the rock you pick rock salt you look under rock and you can't really do the was can aren't designed to do that research so old and they they haven't landed in the places you might find fossils yet so what could be there is a great unknown and the only way to get that answers to have people living working and exploring such places and i can't think of anything more fun.

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"rovers" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"rovers" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Start a july four rovers are a common sight on mars these days two of them are trundling across the planet right now but the first mars rover arrived at the red planet twenty years ago today in three months of operations it covered only about the length of a football field but it provided new information on martian history sorry and tested the technology that made it possible to build more capable rovers later on protected by a cocoon of airbags mars pathfinder tumbled to a landing in areas of alice a region where a mighty flood took place a couple of billion years ago the pedal shaped lander soon opened up then turned on its instruments and it sent the sojourner rover on its way sojourner wasn't much bigger than a microwave oven but it was the first rover on any solar system body other than earth and the moon it carried cameras and an instrument for measuring the composition of rocks and soil that experiment found the evidence that the region had once been wet not bonedry as it is today the pathfinder base also found evidence of water in the distant past and it conducted extensive observations of the martian weather it measured temperatures from near freezing to more than one hundred degrees below zero and found that the winds were fairly alight with occasional strong gusts the nisshin so that it was possible to land an operator rover on another planet making it possible to build the much bigger rovers that are exploring mars today and you.

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"rovers" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"rovers" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Starting july four rovers are a common sight on mars these days two of them are trundling across the planet right now but the first mars rover arrived at the red planet twenty years ago today in three months of operations it covered only about the length of a football field but it provided new information on martian history and tested the technology that made it possible to build more capable rovers later on protected by a cocoon of airbags mars pathfinder tumbled to a landing an aries valus a region where a mighty flood took place a couple of billion years ago the pedal shaped lander soon opened up then turned on its instruments and it sent the sojourner rover on its way sojourner wasn't much bigger than a microwave oven but it was the first rover on any solar system buddy other than earth and the moon it carried cameras and an instrument for measuring the composition of rocks and soil that meant found evidence that the region had once been wet not bonedry as it is today the pathfinder base also found evidence of water in the distant past and conducted extensive observations of the martian weather it measured temperatures from near freezing to more than 100 degrees below zero and found that the winds were fairly alight with occasional strong gusts the nisshin so that it was possible to land an operator rover on another planet making it possible to build the much bigger rovers that are exploring mars today and.

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