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"scott kelly" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"So what happens when you're doing these is before you are authorized to shoot the planners put down a footprint over the area and you have a run in axis. They did this off of South Carolina running access was one four zero. So you're not going to shoot back towards the shore in the event that it misses. And so, you know, this is where you're like, imagine you're in your backyard. With your son and you have an archery thing and your son's sales one, you know, over the back fence. Right. Like, oh jeez, where did that go? And that's kind of what we're doing here. And so the other thing that is curious to me as you hear the explanations from animal Kirby and general Ryder and now general milley, where they're like, we don't quite know what it is. So I'm a guy who's lived by rules of engagement, very strict. So it strikes me the rules of engagement here are shoot and then tell us what you think it was a few days later. Right? I would have loved that ROE Joe back in the day. Yeah, you know, we would have been all over the place with that ROE. But I'm not quite sure what's going on. I think we really have reached the sort of ridiculous here and again, back to your original question. I don't know the answer. You flew in fighter jets for the navy, and a lot of people have watched videos on YouTube of naval aviators, marveling at things that they can not identify. The pill shaped craft that went faster and turned more quickly than anything that we could construct. Ward, I don't mean to ask you the wrong thing here, but did you ever see anything you could not identify and is there some merging of stories here? Yes. Oh, because we go way back, I'm going to admit this situation. So I'm in the Mediterranean. It's February. At night, and there's something low on the horizon that's blinking green and red. We actually got a sidewinder tone on it. It was that right because sidewinder as I described in my episode about the blue and shoe time. When you say heat seeking, it's what you're really talking about is the IR spectrum and it's light seeking. So it comes out with differences in light, not in heat. So go back, tell the Intel guys, hey, I think we saw something can't quite explain. And they immediately said, yeah, it was Mars. Mars. The planet of Mars. And so that's my UFO story. But you managed to lock onto it. You can lock onto a planet? Well, you can get a sidewinder tone. Wow. Off of it. Because of the light because of the light. And so I think in my experience, anything that is a UFO has some, if you walk that dog backwards, do the forensics, there's always some explanation for what it is. And I go way back to the 50s when Area 51 was first created. It was created for the YouTube program. And then for the a 12, which became the SR 71. So airline pilots were seeing things as they're flying at 30,000 feet up at 80,000 feet. Nothing goes to 80,000 feet and sort of going up and talking to the air traffic control and saying, I see something I can't explain. I think it's a UFO. And then when the program is revealed to the public, they're like, oh, all of these U.S. UFO reports for the last 5, 7 years were these test programs, the YouTube program. So, but the thing you're talking about in 2004 with the tic tac. Yeah, yeah, yeah. That one's hard to explain. And I know the female wingman, and these are rational beings, the skipper was actually leading that flight. And so sometimes, in spite of what I just said, there is no explanation. But my personal experience is anytime I thought I saw something that was unexplainable. When you sort of did the root cause, it really was something that was explainable. More Carol with us here on Bloomberg sound on. Lastly, we learned a bit about radar this week. How come we were not picking up all of these objects in that 20, 30,000 foot range, if that's where commercial airliners are and are we going to see these on a regular basis from now on? Is there that much junk up there? Yes. There's a lot of junk up there. And this is what my astronaut friend Scott Kelly is telling me. So I think the basic explanation Joe is when the first thing happened when the Chinese spy balloon came overhead, they sort of took the filter and reduced it. So you can use a million analogies for that. Squelch on your radio or signal to noise ratio. As you bring that down, then suddenly you see a lot of things that you weren't seeing before. So I think that's the fast and explanation for what we're seeing over the last week or so. Do you want to hear from the president on this? I guess, you're not waiting around for an Oval Office address. That's what this gets into the politics lane. Of course. I don't look to him for my inspiration. Again, you know me. I'm not maga, but I guess I need to hear from the president like senator Blackburn said there. So sure. Let's hear from you, president. What's he going to say? But when word Carol's laughing, I'm listening. Find him on the YouTube channel. I'm a subscriber. It's always a great pleasure for word Carol. Retired U.S. Navy commander. Anybody who flew in the F-14 just stands a couple feet taller than everyone else around him, right? Let's assemble the panel. Boyd Matheson is back with us. Republican strategist former chief of staff for senator Mike Lee, along with Tim Hogan, democratic strategist, senior adviser at ark initiative's former comms director for Amy Klobuchar's presidential campaign gentlemen. It's great to have you both here. Boyd
"scott kelly" Discussed on Today, Explained
"Commented on. It's just a beautiful landscape. Let me just a concentration of rocks. And you just kept on talking so that you go pick up The Rock. I'm talking about maybe a foot three feet diameter. That rock was very, very scientifically interesting. This rock became known as the seat belt basalt. And along with other samples, it pointed to the fact that the moon once had volcanic activity. The same activity that shaped the caves that could house a potential moon base. And says that this rock is the type of thing that only humans would likely be able to find. But if we had relied on rovers, we would never have it. So given all of this, the compelling reasons to send humans to space for long periods of time. Weighed against the very real risks to health and human survival. Most of which are honestly pretty much unknown. I wanted to ask the people I spoke to if they would take part in this new era of living in space. Some people like Jonathan are so dedicated to this idea of a multi planetary future that they'd be willing to make a permanent move. I think many people like me we are not afraid of even death. We would like to explore to find something new. Jonathan told me that if his daughter was up for the trip to, he'd actually sign up for a one way ticket to Mars. If that's the opportunity to go to a completely new place, I start something new, I die there, it's fine with me. Other people like Ann were less than to the idea. It is all about responsible exploration and for me personally and the team at NASA responsible exploration means that it's a two way ticket. I also checked in with Scott Kelly, who until recently held the American record for the longest space mission at 340 days. I do stupid things sometimes. Scott said he'd be willing to go back, but not if it were permanent. I understand that there are people out there most of them have probably never spent any time in space that say they would be okay with living the rest of their lives on the surface of Mars. In some kind of habitat, I am not one of those people. But I would watch that reality show because I think after a couple of years to get pretty interesting. What kind of interesting? I've ever read the book, the lord of the flies? Sure. Probably that kind of interesting. But for other people, the idea of going on any kind of long-term mission outside low earth orbit is just too risky. Even for cedio, who's intimately involved with Artemis scientific experiments. It's not just the radiation. It's not just their microgravity. The isolation is also on the idea of going, but for a long-term mission, probably not. Yeah, and I'm not looking forward to that myself. Even Rebecca, who spent her career writing about the moon, who knows everything there is to know about it. She's not sure that given all the risks she'd actually want to spend time there. I think I would do it if I could be promised that I would be safe, but as we've been talking about, that's not a promise to anybody can make. And so I don't think I would do it. As much as I would love that and to see the curvature of the earth, which I spent so much time imagining and trying to write about and trying to recreate for people, I don't think if it came down to it, that I would actually strap myself into a rocket to have that experience. It's easy to compare space exploration with the history of migration and exploration on earth. You know, we're born to explore a bit life always expands that Mars is just the next logical step on our journey toward this future Star Trek universe. But it's also worth remembering just how risky a proposition is all is and the humans that are involved. This isn't just migration or exploration. This is learning to live in an environment that's actively trying to kill us in a whole bunch of different ways. All the time, most of which we don't really understand yet. Sometimes we need to ground ourselves and the reality that we have this planet that gave birth to us all and I think we should remember that we have a lot to still save here and that we're made for it and keeping both of those things in mind keeps us a little bit more feed on the ground even as
"scott kelly" Discussed on WTOP
"Cloudy outside of our studios brought to you by long fence, save 15% on long fence Dax pavers and fences. Go to long fence dot com today and schedule your free in home estimate. It's 8 11 now, new this morning, a man who was arrested in the beating death of a homeless woman in fairfax county over the summer is now charged with second degree murder in her killing. Police say 30 year old chante Jones assaulted 63 year old Michelle Huntley as she used a bus stop for shelter on Richmond highway in the Alexandria section of fairfax county back in June. She was taken to a hospital where she later died, Jones was initially charged with aggravated malicious wounding, but based on the ongoing investigation, the charges were dropped, still no information on what led to that assault. When this season's changed, the behavior of some drivers changes to making their cars more likely to be stolen. Like to warm up your car by getting it running in your driveway before work or leave it running while you go into a store, that's a giant invitation to car thieves and it's illegal in Maryland where a ticket will cost you 70 bucks and one point on your license and have you heard some Hyundai and Kia models are being stolen all across the country at high rates. If you drive a 2016 to 2021 Hyundai or a 2011 to 2021 Kia that you start with a key, the Maryland vehicle theft prevention council suggests you buy a steering wheel lock to serve as a visual theft deterrent and contact a dealer to buy a security kit for your particular car. Michelle bash WTO P news. A new month's long study is looking into unidentified aerial phenomena or UAP formally known as UFOs. NASA says the team of scientists will lay the groundwork for future study on the nature of UAPs for NASA and other organizations. The team includes former astronaut Scott Kelly along a 15 other scientists and experts in fields ranging from computational data science, physics, astrophysics, astronomy, oceanography, and other disciplines. Coming up on WTO, the military will start draining Pearl Harbor pipelines after petroleum leaked into drinking water. It's 8 13. Kris Jenkins is the police chief of culpepper, Virginia. He's been a police officer for 45 years. I've spent a lifetime protecting this community. That's my only agenda
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"Are up 5 and a half percent in early trading That's the 5 things you need to know to start your day brought to you by interactive brokers Thanks Karen 6 33 now on Wall Street 33 foggy degrees in Central Park all sorts of problems on the New Jersey turnpike will get the details for you in traffic shortly First Michael Barr what else is going on in New York and around the world Thank you very much Nathan First hot sale permits in New York State will go to people with convictions The state's going to award up to 200 only to people who have been convicted of marijuana related crimes Governor Kathy Oakley says it's an average to address the inequities of a system which has locked up people of color for such offenses at disproportionate rates And interfaith ceremony in support of Ukraine was held at a Ukrainian orthodox cathedral in New York City Governor hochul attended the event and praised the defiance of the Ukrainian people in the face of Russia's invasion Ukrainian stand up women grabbing weapons and going to the front line some taking their children to safety but others staying I'll stand with the men and we'll fight back Governor hochul said she was immersing herself in the community South Korea has elected a new president conservative June tsukiyo defeated his rival in one of the country's most closely fought presidential elections June spoke with president Joe Biden shortly after his win he takes office in May Former astronaut Scott Kelly is upset with the head of Russia's space agency for threatening on social media to leave one of the American astronauts on the International Space Station behind when a Russian Soyuz spacecraft departs the station later this month Kelly says he found the comments outrageous The people at the Russian space agency I've known many of them for well over two decades I trust them I've lived literally trusted them with my life before Kelly also says the events of the past few weeks have taught us to prepare for the worst and hope for the best A federal lawsuit filed in Colorado claims a group of Donald Trump supporters called the U.S. election integrity plan has been sending its agents to people's homes in an effort to intimidate voters They are said to have sent agents in some cases armed to voters homes asking questions and taking pictures Courtney hostetler is one of the attorneys on the suit What it means is voters now have to be worried about you know whether or not voting is going to bring somebody dangerous to their door Attorney has that says the suit cites the Voting Rights Act and the Ku Klux Klan act in its effort to stop the group Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts more than a 120 countries Michael Barr this is Bloomberg Nathan Thanks Michael.
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"33 on Wall Street foggy 33° in Central Park We got an overturn tractor trailer southbound New Jersey turnpike at exit 13 Hill's coming up in traffic First Michael Barr with more on what's going on in New York and around the world Michael Thank you very much Nathan The first pot sales permits in New York State will go to people with convictions The states going to award up to 200 only to people who have been convicted of marijuana related crimes Governor Kathy Oakley says it's an effort to address the inequities of a system which has locked up people of color for such offenses at disproportionate rates An interfaith ceremony in support of Ukraine was held at a Ukrainian orthodox cathedral in New York City Governor hochul attended the event and praised the defiance of the Ukrainian people in the face of Russia's invasion Ukrainian stand up women grabbing weapons and going to the front line some taking their children as safety but others staying I'll stand with the men and we'll fight back Governor huckel said she was immersing herself in the Ukrainian community South Korea has elected a new president conservative June sukiya defeated his rival in one of the country's most closely fought presidential elections June spoke with president Joe Biden shortly after his win Former astronauts Scott Kelly is upset with the head of Russia's space agency for threatening on social media to leave one of the American astronauts on the International Space Station behind when a Russian Soyuz spacecraft departs the station later this month Kelly says he found the comments outrageous The people at the Russian space agency I've known many of them for well over two decades I trust them I've literally trusted them with my life before Kelly also says the events of the past weeks have told us to prepare for the worst and hope for the best A federal lawsuit filed in Colorado claims a group of Donald Trump supporters called the U.S. election integrity plan has been sending its agents to people's homes in an effort to intimidate voters They are said to have sent agents in some cases armed to voters homes asking questions and taking pictures Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than a 120 countries a Michael Barr this is Bloomberg Nathan thanks Michael 5 35 on Wall Street time for the Bloomberg sports update with John stash out Nathan and Nixon join life on the road They had that heartbreaking loss in Phoenix the sun's banked in a three pointer at the buzzer but they beat the clippers in LA They came from 20 down at Sacramento and they cruised to an easy win in Dallas one O 7 77 so after going nearly two months without two wins in a row Nixon won three straight Julius Randle coming off a career high 46 points this time at 26 at his hometown RJ Barrett added 18 Close in the games I was doing different you know because the past couple games before that we always learned our have a lead and then we would lose it So really the difference is now just finishing the games on Randall called it the next best defensive effort of the season They held the Mazda 31% shooting Dallas with 6 of 44 on three pointers started zero for 19 Nixon Memphis tomorrow nets in sixers tonight in Philadelphia as the nets face James Harden Ben Simmons still not playing for his new team and refused to play for Philly he will be there tonight sitting on the next bench Big east tournament the garden St. John's beat the ball 92 to 73 seat and all got by Georgetown 57 53 big upset at the mat turning Atlantic City Ryder top iona 71 70 the gales had beaten The Bronx twice in the regular season once by 26 the rider advances in iona will settle for the NIT Colgate going to the NCAA for the second year in a row The baseball lockout continues two more series canceled wiping out a mets road trip in Philly and Washington and Yankee home stand against Toronto and Boston the earliest the season could now begin is.
"scott kelly" Discussed on KOMO
"Former astronaut Scott Kelly getting into a Twitter battle with the head of Russia's space agency for threatening on social media to leave one of the American astronauts on the International Space Station behind when a Russian Soyuz spacecraft departs the station later this month The people at the Russian space agency I've known many of them for well over two decades I trust them I've literally trusted them with my life before Kelly says the invasion and events over the past few weeks have taught everyone to prepare for the worst and a hope for the best Major League Baseball season just got a little shorter Dueling statements from both sides after talks break down between Major League Baseball and the Players Association leading to the cancellation of another two series of games MLB commissioner rob Manfred saying we worked hard to reach an agreement and offered a fair deal with significant improvements for players and our fans A statement for the Players Association says the owner's decision to cancel additional games is completely unnecessary after making a set of comprehensive proposals to the league and being told substantive responses were forthcoming We have yet to hear back opening day postponed until April 14th Derek Dennis ABC News Tiger Woods has been inducted into the world golf Hall of Fame Woods didn't touch on any of his 82 victories The PGA Tour or his 15 majors he spoke of his parents taking out a second mortgage which allowed him to play on the junior circuit choking up when he mentioned his late father This is ABC News Northwest news time 8 O four traffic every ten minutes on the forest from the dubin law group traffic center Tama Fulton Earlier stall in Seattle northbound 5 out of Mercer street has been cleared away and that residual slaughter goes just about eased up some good news in auburn that earlier crash blocking the HOV lane south on one 67 at two 77 It's finally been cleared away It's been a few hours with that HOV lane block Traffic is still slow and go for one 80th in rent and that's gonna add about 15 minutes to your drive And just west of Mercer wave about the mitzvah of the I 90 bridge westbound the two right lanes are blocked It looks like there is a stall with some emergency crews on the scene taking up the two right lanes Our next northwest traffic at 8 14 Within northwest forecast from the 1530 mortgage dot com weather center Wednesday night here in western Washington we went from a sunny and beautiful day to a cold night to come temperatures will nosedive into the 20s by dawn for most of us even in downtown Seattle so a hard freeze leading to some potential black ice from freezing fog out there for the early commute Thickening class throughout the day Thursday and Friday with a few sprinkles or flurries mainly near the beastie border by the weekend all of us look pretty soaking wet especially by Saturday as a big front comes in In the combo four weather center I'm meteorologist Shannon O'Donnell Seattle this hour 41° Stay connected stay informed with the northwest's only all news station northwest news radio arts Sanders here's what's happening a dramatic scene outside Seattle city hall Wednesday morning The place used loudspeakers to order dozens of homeless people to fold up their encampment after the city declared it a hazard John locc was there Following several failed attempts this one moved quickly Notices went up at 8 a.m. and outreach workers quickly commenced the shutdown of this encampment across the street from city hall Was sleeping Somebody came and.
Doin it! with Danny and Jenny
"scott kelly" Discussed on Doin it! with Danny and Jenny
"Let's go doing a nation. Now just out of curiosity. So the shortest flight to Mars, when humans, if we can get our shit together this country and do it, how long will that be in space? What do they think? At its closest, they think it's a year. You know, my understanding is that it depends on how long you want to spend on the surface. And if you want to spend more than just a few days or a week or so. Good time. You have to it takes the long time to get there and you've got to spend a long time on the surface. So I think the whole mission would be about over two years. Wow. But how long would it take to get to Mars? A little over 6 months. Oh, that's nice. But what you did was actually. Would be longer. But what you did was actually a study like, could somebody get to Mars? Yeah. That's important. That was part of it. It was about understanding human physiology and psychology for space flights that are much longer than we've done previously. When you were on the space station for that amount of time, and you've been there before, obviously. Did you ever feel like did you go stir crazy? No. You never did. Have you, has anyone? I wouldn't say people have gone crazy, but not crazy, but like you get a little oh yeah, like climbing the walls. Yeah, you feel a little people that's happened. And when you do a spacewalk, and I still find it hilarious that they call it a spacewalk because it's not that sounds like it's an easy walk in the park or something they call it like space work. Yeah. Or something. They should. 'cause you're out there for what 6 hours fixing things. And my daughter, my other daughter, Samantha, when she was like 5 years old, I told her that John young, who was a flu twice in the Gemini program and Apollo and was the first commander of the space shuttle I told Samantha that I say, hey, go say hi to that guy. He walked on the moon. And she went up to him and she says, hey, my dad said you walked on the moon. He goes, I didn't walk on the moon, young lady. I worked on the moon. Wow. Wow. I have a question. What do you guys do about, yes, because you know this guy. I'm like, you know, this is Kenny and I this is our dynamic. Yeah. What happens when there's solar flares? Or are there things like that? Are you protected against that? So there is always the possibility that there could be a solar storm, and you would have to abandon the space station. Really. Yeah. If it was really bad, if it's not really bad, there's procedures where you would go to like the best sheltered area that would have the most protection, but there is contingencies that involve you getting in the Soyuz and coming home because it would be a really bad storm. And they have there's predictions and you have a warning of what's to come. Yeah, there's almost like a weather report yeah, exactly. Yeah. Space weather. That's kind of amazing. I mean, just dealing with that. Was there anything you did for I know that there's that one astronaut who did David Bowie's space oddity. What's his name with the guitar? I don't know. You don't sing on that? Yeah, I'm not a singer. Okay. Okay. Who's do you have a favorite astronaut beside yourself? Definitely not myself. You don't think you're a good astronaut? Yeah, I'm okay. You just okay? Yeah. Do you think your brother's a good astronaut? He's all right. Do you think you're better than your brother? But then my better than him, let me think about that. So there's a possibility he could listen to this. Listen to podcast. And then next time he's in town. Yeah. Well, I've flown in space a lot more days than he is. Yeah, yeah. How many times has he been this space? Four. Was he the last person to land the endeavor? Yes. And now he thinks he owns it. I went to a dinner at the California science center. I've been there. And it was under the endeavor. And I was the only one geeking out, no one else seemed to really appreciate a picture of those heat shields. That was killing me. I was like, that was my wallpaper in my computer for like. But that's when I met Garrett. Yeah. Right. Yeah. And he could not have been lovely. Another New Jersey. Oh. Yeah, Scott and I are and he's like a part time comedian too. Really? He's Jewish too. Oh my God. Guy, Danny. Wow. Fellow. New Jersey. What are the odds? Well, we're only got 15 minutes pretty high. We got 15 minutes ago in the podcast and so that's a record for anti semitism from you. I kept it together. I know, I'm really thank you. Good for you. Good for you. You know, I take compliments where I can. I got to ask, because you worked at NASA as well. So I'm like, do you guys? When we were kids and we were watching the Apollo missions, I'm sure you remember at least later ones and even the early shuttle missions. That there would be a time when we would have to pay I mean, not to get an American like but isn't it a little, isn't it super disappointing that we are not flying our astronauts? We've let that program go after all the progress that was there. Well, after the Columbia accident, the investigation board decided that if we were going to continue to fly the space shuttle longer than just a few years, we had to basically rebuild it and it was going to be too expensive that we wouldn't be able to build something to go beyond low earth orbit and go to Mars someday. So we had to make a choice and the choice we made was to retire the space shuttle so we could build something else and we're in the process of doing just that. So that is happening. Yeah, it's happening. It's just not at the pace that we would like. But having flown on the shuttle and then when you take off from Russia, right? On the Soyuz, yeah, from Kazakhstan. Is one? Do you feel that one feels more designed for two different things? But how do you being on it taking officers different? Oh, there's a big difference. Do you think that one was better, better than the other? What do you mean by better? I don't know like this one feel less like if you're taking off on a shuttle and it's real shaking and then the other one isn't as one smoother as one well the shuttle has these solid rocket motors that combine with the three main engines produce 7 million pounds of thrust, vehicle weighs 5 million pounds and you really feel that. By the way, just to interject, I think Bertie has produced 7 million pounds of thrust right now out of her butt because that smell is the door open. Okay, for those of you keeping score, like we've had a couple podcasts where birdie did not smell terrible, but today. It's really bad. She's really into the space program. So exciting for her to have an it's just a big deal for her. I noticed that. This is.
Doin it! with Danny and Jenny
"scott kelly" Discussed on Doin it! with Danny and Jenny
"So going from that to when you're riding one of those jokes on Modern Family, how many gs are you? I'm pulling negative G's. So I honestly like going from that to no gravity. Did you the first time you did that? Did you, frankly, did you throw up? I've never thrown up in space. I threw up one time when I got back. My third flight after being up on the space station. Did you feel queasy when you hit that weightlessness? Yeah. How long does it take to acclimate to? You have the record in space for America. I did. Oh, someone. I had the record for the longest flight. Peggy. Peggy whitson has a record for the most daisies like total career. But in that experience trying to figure out, when do you just wake up and it's like you're just not shocked that you're weightless. Like when does that become normal to you? You know, it takes a few weeks actually. So I think guys that have flown just like a short flight on the space shuttle. Never really feel close to normal. It takes, I would say a month. Wow. Do you remember I always remember watching the shuttle in a lot of times when the astronauts would come back, they would be sitting in chairs to do their interviews and everything. I was impressed, who was the first guy that got out of the capsule. You were the second one? That was the last one. You're the last one. No, wait. A second. Yeah. But the guy that went before you, he had only been in space like 6 months, yeah? Yeah. And then you and then I got out and then she got out. But Misha had been with you the whole time. Yeah. Oh yeah. But the first guy, what was his name? Sergey. Sergey. So when Sergey got, I once Sergey's father also announced that. Cosmo. And when he got out, I mean, I'm watching this whole thing. I was actually texting you. I'm texting Scott's girlfriend who's also here. And you're work for NASA as well. Until recently. Oh, sorry. The mic for you. But if you want to join in. But I had just discovered right before you got back that I was obsessing over Scott's Instagram. Yes. Because a pictures were off the charts, ridiculous. I remember this. And then CNN on Twitter, they retweeted something. I was like, oh, I didn't know we had Twitter. And I clicked on you only follow like 25 people and I was one of them. I wanted to she's pee my pants. It was so excited. She actually did Peter Pan. I'm like, okay, I'm gonna send a direct message and he replied, but I can never delete that email that I got that said you have a direct message from Scott Kelly on the International Space Station. I thought that was the coolest thing ever. And I don't know how long you had been back maybe with three weeks or something before we met. I don't remember. It was something that was kind of a foggy time in my life. It wasn't very far. Yeah, it wasn't for long, but I'm watching this whole thing take place of all my NASA TV. I watch it all the time. And I'm texting you and I was like, you're like, I'm sitting here. Got a glass of wine. I'm just texting you. I'm like. Yes. I'm freaking out over just watching this whole thing. I'm sure you were Charlotte. Were you a little? You were feeling a little bit watching Modern Family. Very good, Charlotte. Questions in Game of Thrones? Like that. But I'm watching this and knowing how you're entering the Earth's atmosphere like what is actually happening. Like you would pass a bullet, like if a bullet were flying next to you, you can pass them. But it was like everything looks like it's blowing up outside of the three of you were in there. You're catching manuals and but when it landed, to me, at first I see the parachute. I'm like, awesome. I didn't realize it's pretty much a crash landing in Kazakhstan after that. Yeah, it's great. It's not like you don't land on a big bouncy house. But it's just like a poof. No, you showed me those videos and it's like it's sailing sailing sailing down and then there's just a big poof and when you got out, first off, Siri got it. He waved and then immediately you saw him put his hand over his you could tell he was going to he's a great guy very talented very professional cosmonaut and he's an awesome guy. He doesn't do the greatest with when he comes back though. Well, I had given him all, like I said, I would get other tears. I would have diarrhea myself. There's just no way. And he gets out, the cameras, of course, politely turn away. And then it's like, oh, here's the next one I could hear them talk. Who do we have? And they're getting you out. You literally turned around. You did a fist pump. I mean, I'm looking at this going, how are you? I'm not kidding you. Crying, so we're like, I can't really wait. Well, you know, I didn't feel great. I was just but you acted. I was trying to look better than the two guys I was with. You know what, you nailed it. USA USA. I was expecting an Academy Award nomination. You should have received every award possible. I should have got. I understand they sometimes make mistakes, though, so that's what happened. But I mean, you got out and I was like, wow, wow. You were a lot of that. But you looked like you literally got out and he was like, got it, you know, fist pumped and then when I actually met you, I guess three or four weeks later when I was in Houston for something we met and had dinner and y'all were already sitting at the bar top and when I walked up and said, hi to y'all. And we're chatting and then Scott that's when I remember you saying, okay, you had to go to the restroom. And when you got up, you're like, and here's the year in space. That's what you're about to say. It was oh, really? A lot harder to kind of stiff. What is your whole pretty stiff? I would have been crawling again once again crying and I had two drinks last night and I got up at 1 p.m. today. And even coming here, I felt like I deserved a Purple Heart for driving up to your house. What does gravity feel like for the first time after a year? I mean, is it crushing is almost like I would think it would be hard to breathe even, no? Are you just not hard to breathe, but it gives you a little bit of a beat down. Like that. Definitely. But with the always, okay, you grow two inches or whatever. No. That's horse shit. That's an urban myth. So you don't grow a stretched. You stretch, but once you get gravity, you just immediately squish back down. Correct. So that must feel great. It felt great for my brother because he didn't want me to be taller than. All right, doing it nation get ready. Bet online has you covered all season more props, odds and lines than ever before his football season continues the march to the playoffs. 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How'd It Happen Podcast
"scott kelly" Discussed on How'd It Happen Podcast
"Don't want i not being are for a very long road and greater people could think by this little donte. Od in there. You know what i'm saying like you the horse move the other guy and Got guys name my mind. The departure doctor. But like you got your frank. Won't you've got your friend. And what's more entrepreneurs. That's that's myself sarwan people on that on wall out here. It can draw. I love your i. I'll listen you're pass over the y love the name and that podcast. That's really that's really cool. How long have you been doing that. well six months for seventeen dollar them or something i've ever deep actual that ed norton scott kelly. The astronaut nafta all people. We should do. Who did the quest bar Saw a really touchy about the month of game On on so people can prepare themselves to go out in the world. Take the fighter. I'm gonna listen. Thanks rob so latte live person. Dot com is the website What people want to get a hold of you. Where did they connect with you. So i'm on. I'm on all the social channels. And then they want. They've been rob a live person dot com so like entrepreneurs email number all the time or give me on leighton. I look i look at the lincoln at night tonight. So you're gets lost. Just put it in the late there. Nobody wins to. Robert live personnel and more than happy to help. Whatever i can. I felt very fortunate in virtually. I have some people in my life. Who really helped me. And in payback to it. But i think is just now that i feel like i wanna do a lot of rob. Thank you so much. Thanks for listening to this episode of the how that happen. Podcast where we believe. That success doesn't happen unless you make it happen. You can subscribe to the podcast on apple. Podcast google podcasts. Stitcher or wherever you like to listen and while you're there please rate it and leave a comment as well. I love to hear your thoughts about the show ideas for future guests or whatever you'd like to share and of course you can always find me at mike. Maui tested dot com. See next time. Thanks again for listening to the how it happened podcast..
"scott kelly" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Vendors out there are required to have hand sanitizer at all of their boosts as well. In addition, our state Fair of Texas team is all fully vaccinated from Covid 19. And that is a requirement to work for the state Fair of Texas this year. Big checks in fact, was hoisted into place Friday morning. Three different restaurant concepts are headed for the river walked in Flower Mound Sports Bar and Gaming Hall, Tex Mex and a spin on spaghetti westerns. CEO of Refined Hospitality concepts, Matthew Scott says the company is hosting a job fair this weekend. They're hiring for all positions. Servers in the Exposes the server assistance and, uh, in our greeters to our back of the house Cook. Job fair runs from 12 to 4 today and Sunday at the Riverwalk, Remo's location and Flower Mountain. A NASA astronaut will soon set the record among Americans for the longest single space mission. NASA astronaut Mark Vanda Hey, went off to the international space station earlier this year and now due to a NASA reshuffling of things, he'll set a new record by the time he leaves his mission ends up lasting 353 straight days on station. While the number is just short of a year, he'll actually best record set by NASA Scott Kelly, who previously spent 340 days in what was billed as a year long mission. The record for the most time spent in space is safe from being broken. However, that title belongs to astronaut Peggy Whitson, who has logged 665. Cumulative space days. Evan Brown Fox News and from the Preservation Therese Services..
"scott kelly" Discussed on 600 WREC
"The Pentagon now admits the drone strike in Afghanistan last month meant to take out Isis bomb makers instead killed 10 civilians. CENTCOM commander Marine General Frank McKenzie says the military had intelligence showing a threat in the 36 hours preceding the strike. Our leaders on the ground at the airport and in the strike cell received more than 60, different pieces of intelligence related to imminent threats, with some intelligence corroborating and some conflicting With advance observed from are you waves which were flying above Kabul throughout the day. The drone strike came three days after terrorists killed 13 U. S troops near the Kabul airport, a Los Angeles jury convicts real estate heir Robert Durst of the 2000 murder of his longtime friend, Susan Berman. Prosecutors say Durst killed her to stop her from talking to cops about the alleged murder of his wife in 1982, a NASA astronaut is about to set an unusual record. NASA astronaut Mark Vanda Hey, went off to the international space station earlier this year and now due to a NASA re shuffling of things, he'll set a new record by the time he leaves his mission ends up lasting 353 straight days on station. While the number is just short of a year, he'll actually best record set by NASA Scott Kelly, who previously spent 340 days in what was billed as a year long mission. The record for the most time spent in space is safe from being broken. However, that title belongs to astronaut Peggy Whitson, who has logged 665 cumulative space days. Evan Brown Fox News and the panel of North Carolina judges strikes down the state's voter ID law. I'm Carmen Roberts, and this is Fox News. More showers and storms in that weekend forecast. We could see a few showers overnight with a low near 70 expect another mostly cloudy sky four hours Saturday. Showers and storms likely especially in the afternoon highs. Nearing 80 degrees. Showers at night willows near 70 more showers and storms on Sunday Wbrc. First of all our chief meteorologist West Wyatt for NewsRadio, 155..
"scott kelly" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Admits the drone strike in Afghanistan last month meant to take out Isis bomb makers instead killed 10 civilians. CENTCOM commander Marine General Frank McKenzie says the military had intelligence showing a threat in the 36 hours preceding the strike Our leaders on the ground at the airport and in the strike sale Received more than 60. Different pieces of intelligence related to imminent threats with some intelligence corroborating and some conflicted with advance observed from Are you A V S, which were flying above Kabul throughout the dope. The drone strike came three days after terrorists killed 13 U. S troops near the Kabul airport, a Los Angeles jury convicts real estate heir Robert Durst of the 2000 murder of his longtime friend, Susan Berman. Prosecutors say Durst killed her to stop her from talking to cops about the alleged murder of his wife and 1982 announcer. Astronaut is about to set an unusual record. NASA astronaut Mark Vanda Hey, went off to the international space station earlier this year and now due to a NASA reshuffling of things, he'll set a new record by the time he leaves his mission ends up lasting 353 straight days on station. While the number is just short of a year, he'll actually best record set by NASA Scott Kelly, who previously spent 340 days in what was billed as a year long mission. The record for the most time spent in space is safe from being broken. However, that title belongs to astronaut Peggy Whitson, who has logged 665 cumulative space states. Evan Brown Fox News and a panel of North Carolina judges strikes down the state's voter ID law. I'm Carmen Roberts, and this is Fox News. For.
The Bio Report
"scott kelly" Discussed on The Bio Report
"Discussed the effects of space on the human body how it may be possible to genetically engineered human other life forms to thrive in environments less hospitable than earth's through the use of new genetic tools and the ethical consideration around these issues. Chris thanks for joining us. Thanks so much pleasure to be here. We're gonna talk about your book. The next five hundred years and what it'll take to engineer life to reach beyond earth and allow manta outlived the planet. There's a lot in this book that i think readers might find ethically challenging but the whole framework for the work that discusses begins with an ethical imperative. This has to do with the unavoidable fate of the earth and the responsibility that comes with the awareness of the extinction of life. Up will go with that. Can you explain happy to so yes it. Is you know it starts with a very simple premise. That has i think clear ethical need and then gets into. Well that's true. What does that lead to a lot of interesting questions are but in a nut show we are the only species with awareness of extinction as you just said and you know we are the only ones that can actually prevent extinction for other species. Obviously sometimes we have caused it which is not great perfect track record on this but with the only ones that can service is really know stewards and you know basically shepherds of life not just our own life because at some point the sun will boy the oceans and if we want to survive we'd have to go elsewhere so mars in elsewhere is not plan b. It's just plan a in the long run. All questions are very clear in the lens of a billion years at and then if it's true that means that we if we want to survive ourselves or other creatures as far as the only ones that know that so it's incumbent upon us to serve as the protectors next week protect current species or even to revive extinct species. I talked about in the book because we are the only ones who have this passage unique role universe in a unique responsibility quite literally a duty for our species to all other species. One of the biggest surprises me in reading the book is that it's not an abstract thought exercise but that as we're developing the ability to alter human and other life forms we've become skilled in genomics and synthetic biology. They're actually efforts underway to figure out how to apply this to moving life beyond earth but before we get into some of the issues of what's happening to the human body and space and how we might be able to address that at a biological level. Can you give us some sense of the work. Nasa and other researchers like yourself are doing to prepare human life and other life forms for life beyond earth absolutely. So what we've been doing some people might have heard on. Your show is the twin study for example we looked at identical twins. Mark and scott kelly. I served as the lead geneticist for the study. We were one of ten teams those a large effort to look at every facet of biology. And what happens is the body in space for a year and we could see that you know. We was kind of a first pioneering mission. But now we're replicating a lotta those measurements looking at dna. Aren a pro teams what happens in the muscles. The veins and arteries in the cognitive state behavior..
Dennis Prager Podcasts
"scott kelly" Discussed on Dennis Prager Podcasts
"Now on how felt homemade god. Expectations are high and they were dramatically exceeded the The we were talking about this a little bit in the car. Right on the way back and i don't know the the the zero. Gps may have been one of the biggest surprises because it felt so normal. Okay he said this because when they landed there some fairly rough audio can't believe how easy zero g what what we can have difficulty a disoriented. I would expect okay. Maybe i'll shut up and let him talk. It felt like almost like we were as humans evolve to be in that environment. Which i know is impossible but it felt so serene and peaceful and the floating. It's actually much nicer than being in full one. Gravity um okay. A word on that for three minutes. It's great but was it. Mark kelly scott kelly. They're twins. I can which you mark. Kelly is the obnoxious senator from arizona. It was scott kelly. His astronaut astronaut brother who spent a year a year in the space station I'm sorry i'm as as you can tell. I'm as geeked out on space as the next person but after no couple weeks and i just don't know how that goes no outside air. No normal food. Don't even talk about how you go to the bathroom I'm i'd be about done and also an in there exercising to beat the band up there because you're bone density your your bones. It's not good. I mean thing about gravity. is it places. A sort of a relative constant stress on your body when you remove that completely organs and bones and thing but they are they all kind of start to do strange and peculiar things. The absence of gravity is just not long term. Good so Anyway but that having been said. I would like if i don't go to actual space. Maybe you can put me in in pardon. The name of this aircraft the vomit comet to casey one thirty five. It's a massive refueling. We have received that video of astronauts in training whether in the padded cargo area of plane an gravity goes away the floating around like they're in space. How does that happen. The plane flies a parabolic course and goes way up and then hits the apex of its curve and then goes way down kind of like you would feel in a lesser. Degree oughta roller coaster. Where you know you're feel your innards kinda rise up inside you as the negative g forces kick in And it gives you x number of minutes of Of zero g and speaking of apollo thirteen and ron howard. In that in that movie that's burned into my brain just as the mission is rather than that people. Just sort of walk around. Look at me. I'm in space in zero g holding your arms like ooh look at me no they. They filmed they. They took a lot of the the set up into these aircraft and were thus able to recreate those sets. So that as you see. You know. Tom hanks kevin bacon bill. Paxton as level hazen swaggart moving through the hatch from the command module to lunar module in zero g. It's actual zero j. Another reason why. I love me some opie man. Ron howard may be politically out of whack but That that's a heck of a heck of a direct to'real achieve anymore. Jeff bezos very pleasurable experience. Just from the sheer just feels the tactfulness of it. The the most profound piece of it for me was looking out at the earth and looking at the earth's atmosphere every astronaut. Everybody who's been up into space. They say this that it changes them and they look at it. And kind of amazed. In an awestruck by the earth in its beauty but also by its fragility and i can vouch for that When i look out if he says one word about the climate. I'm out. Sorry i don't i don't mean Of course we want clean planet of course who want to be good stewards of the environment. That god has given us but i've about had it with climate extremism and let let's see well. Let's give them a minute. We're seeing this room when we're driving our cars. We're moving around the planet in our normal wiz. The atmosphere is so gigantic in a weird these tiny little things and the planet atmosphere so big but when you get up above it. What you see is actually incredibly thin. It's this tiny little fragile thing and as we move about the planet we're damaging it and so that is that's that's a very profound. It's one thing to recognize that. Okay okay okay. That's a reminder that it is fragile and that our life year is not promised to us attorney and we should take care of the planet. yes we should in fact i'd say what there's another stupas ovation somebody made. I'll share that with you next. Mark davis and fernandez this.
The Purple Principle
"scott kelly" Discussed on The Purple Principle
"Just completely push these individuals at the fringe of society and then society just lost them. That's another great element of behind the curve interviews. Scientists and psychologists on the amazing growth of flat earth ideology and what might be done to address that including astronaut scott kelly whose observed our planet from afar on four different spaceflights. First time i ever heard about flatter. Thor's was take when i was in space last. And i saw the stuff on social media. I can't believe i'm talking about this. And we should add. The film follows not only flat. Earth celebrity mark sergeant clips we featured nar up so but also marks possible romantic interest. We never quite now the articulate and surprisingly thoughtful flatter podcast patricia steer. I.
5 Questions with Dan Schawbel
"scott kelly" Discussed on 5 Questions with Dan Schawbel
"When did you know you wanted to be an astronaut. And why did it take to get that job. You're not interested in spaceflight as a kid but in this kind of like abstract way because was such a poor student growing up that i never actually thought i could become an astronaut and it wasn't until i was in college that i came across the book. The right stuff. Like tom wolf in inspired me that if i could kind of get my act together you learn how to learn become a better student. Maybe i could become a military pilot or test pilot or even an astronaut. You know that was inspiration that i needed and you know some people look at that and think eighteen year old kid reads book decides he or she's going to become an astronaut. That's a giant leap pop. Really what it was was a bunch of much more Smaller manageable steps one built upon the other. You know he's trying to do the best job. I absolutely can eighteen years later from the day. I read the nearly to the day that i read. The book The right stuff at eighteen years old. I'm getting ready to fly into space for the first time. The amazing and kind of playing at board by books so other people can get influences well and hopefully you know with your children's book at a younger age which is so powerful and your twin brother. Mark was also an astronaut which is very unique. It makes your family dynamic even more special and cool. How did your relationship with him develop from childhood to sharing some the same professionalism. And how do you each support each other through your voyages argument is at nature versus nurture right. I think in some cases probably a little bit of both. It's not something that we planned or ever really talked about but we were both You know eventually. Got interested in flying Fighter planes jeter planes in the military for the natural progression from that is for the people that become test. Pilots are is for eventually to become an astronaut and You know we've always supported each other. We're we're kind of competitive people but not really between each other radha careers. We helped each other out said vice on different aspects of not only professional but also personal thing. Your parents are probably the coolest people in their social circles by saying. Hey both our sons our astronauts. Why do you think your children's book. Goodnight astronaut can help. Open up.
ICYMI: Scott Kelby and the history of Photowalking
"Talking Tech is brought to you by Wicks Dot com create and publish a stunning website all from one powerful platform go to wicks dot com to create your very own professional website today. That's W I X DOT COM in. Stay tuned after the show to hear you can take advantage of Wick special offer for talking tech listeners focus so several several years ago. Scott Kelly had this idea. It's worldwide photo walked. What if we put on photo walks all over the world and funny thing happened people showed up. Tell the story Scott Yeah when we first did it. you just don't know. I was thinking wow would be cool if we could get a few states on board and all and as the day I had the ideas luck would have it. I was in a restaurant and a walk out and ask Photoshop world years ago a walkout and my friend Ed Davis. WHO's a professor in London. It is high Scotland like head if I did a photo walk. Would you host one in London. He's like absolutely I go ooh now. It's an international photo walk. We never dreamed dreamed that it would grow to so quickly to a thousand cities around the world and thousands and thousands of walkers and it's a social event. It really is just photographers I getting together. A leader chooses a path and you follow it for like two hours. It's a very leisurely stroll. You take pictures. You have fun. It's not training it. Literally is photographers gophers getting together and so many people have told me I never thought it would be as much fun as it was thought so. We just walk around for a couple of hours yeah and they do it. They go this is awesome and so many people have started their own photo walks and they do them once a month after that and so now it's just it's grown into this thing that we never dreamed it would be. I thought man if we could get one photo walk in fifty states and we have a thousand now all over the world. It's so exciting and Jefferson when when I see the group photos coming in on the day thank you see photos from Egypt and from Singapore and from China and from all over the world and places you never thought would host photo walks and see thirty forty fifty people all grinning winning and all happy and you're like wow that's what it's all about. We're all doing the same thing on the same day and it's just photographers. We all love the same thing you know when you you see everybody's is just the most gratifying thing when these groups shots start coming in where it makes me want to cry. You're just like this is awesome. This just it's so much fun and and and that's what it is it's it's fun and it has a great social sidebar on that you know that it helps the orphans from the springs of hope in Nakuru Kenya Orphanage but that's you know it's just everybody getting together and having fun and doing something great. It's it took on a life of its own. How many people do you think we'll be out there. Are this year taking pictures on your first of all I would say probably be twenty five to thirty thousand something like that so you know you have photo oxidative is few as six people and you have ones that the limits supposed to be fifty but people send me pictures from the Philippines where they hundred and fifty people in their walks and stuff so they'll you're supposed to have fifty is the maximum Osama because you think about it fifty people walking down the street as a lot. It's a lot more than it sounds. You know it's it's a lot of people so fifty is about as manageable as it gets so we try to keep it to fifty fifty but they're all different it depends on the city and also be cities with multiple walks. New York will have six or seven walks Chicago. At five or ten walks is just big. Cities will have a lot walks and a little cities may have just one but it doesn't matter. We're just as happy is anybody can be if two people or two hundred it's. We're just want everybody out there. Making friends and taking beautiful photos want to give you a quick funny story before we close but I'm doing the your photo walk in Manhattan Beach. Other than one of those classic Southern California Beach Communities October fifth meet eight at six thirty in the morning. Go around the beach shoot appear shoot the waves shoot all the scenery and one of my followers on facebook said excuse me there's a big fair that day. Don't you realize and parking's going to be hard and what about the the big ten k. race. It's a great. They just got a two for one now. Those are all great shooting opera G. What's your friend religious facebook like you're just made this thing rate. It's like being able to shoot the race to shoot the fair and all that's that's. That's your striking gold there but he October fifth. We can't change the date. This Scott selected it. Will you be hosting photo walks. I am I usually do an international John. One but I've been traveling so much that decided to Chicago so I'm doing downtown Chicago Song to fly up there. Do the walk and fly back home. Look for Scott in Chicago. Sign up worldwide photo walk. It is free worldwide photo walk DOT COM. Thanks everyone for listening you. Can you can find Scottdale on twitter at Scott. Kelly can find me on twitter at Jefferson Graham thanks again for listening to talking Tech Strategy. Show wherever you listen to online audio and I'll be back tomorrow with another quick it from the world attack. Talking Tech is supported by WICKS DOT COM if you're ready to build your own website. There's no better place to get started than wigs dot com. Whether you're promoting your business showcasing your work opening your store or starting a blog. Anyone can create a professional website with wicks. 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Biomarkers in Space
"In an unprecedented sharing of discovery eighty four researchers have released their key findings from Nasr's landmark landmark. Twins study is innovation now the twins study was the first biomolecular view into how the human body response ons to spaceflight helping us better understand how to maintain crew health during human expeditions to the Moon and Mars retired astronaut Scott Kelly and his identical twin brother. Mark participated in the investigation. Mark provided a baseline for observation on earth Earth. Scott spent three hundred forty days aboard the International Space Station findings indicated that biomarkers of aging at the end of chromosomes Romas zones were unexpectedly longer in space but the flu vaccine worked exactly as it does on earth the research revealed some interesting interesting surprising and reassuring results although it is difficult to draw conclusions for all future astronauts from a single test subject the twin study has demonstrated that the human body remains robust and resilient even after spending near in space for Innovation Nation now. I'm Jennifer Paulie innovation now is produced by the National Institute of Aerospace Through collaboration with NASA.
A Moment of Science
NASAs Twin Study
"Mark Scott Kelly are identical twin brothers who are both NASA astronauts. Identical twins ends have exactly the same jeans and very similar bodies in two thousand fifteen. Scott Kelly was launched on a record three hundred forty day mission to the International Space Station station biomedical researchers studied Scott and his earthbound brother mark for comparison during and after Scott's mission the massive studies is involved ten research teams and eighty four researchers. That sounds really important. NASA needs to understand the physiological effects of long space flights because a Mars ars mission could be three years long. What did the researchers find. Scotch showed an unexpected change in the structure of his chromosomes. His -til Amir's got longer are in space telomeres are regions at the ends of chromosomes that are noted as biomarkers of aging because they generally get progressively shorter with age when he returned to Earth his telomeres rapidly shortened but then took several months to return to normal by contrast marks chromosomes remained stable researchers also observe changes in the expression of Scott's genes these mostly returned to normal back on earth but a few changes were lasting or or any of these changes grounds for worry about the medical effects of long spaceflight today probably aren't overall results highlighted the resiliency of the human body to prolonged exposure to conditions in space including weightlessness radiation but researchers want to understand the changes better before drawing definite conclusions and although NASA doesn't have any other twin pairs. They plan to send ten more astronauts on one year space station missions to learn more this moment. One of science comes from Indiana University. I'm Don Glass and I'm Cassandra.
Travel photo secrets with Scott Kelby
"Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com create and publish a stunning website all from one powerful platform go to wicks dot com to create your very own professional website today. That's w i x dot com in. Stay tuned after the show to hear you can take advantage of wick special offer for talking tech listeners. We are here at photoshop world. The mustang is i've got the world renowned scott kelly gear that you all know from his photography and his online learning with kelly one and he is just taught a course in travel photography autocracy which was fabulous and i'm just gonna hit scott on a few of the tips the one that i like the most is that he researched and he saw that what people really like our pictures of people and that i think is for most photographers and tourists are really hard thing for them. How do you just jump in front of them and take their pictures scott. Take it away well well. I am that person that is uncomfortable taking pictures of strangers and so i kind of had to get over it and the technique that i use is i is basically really i smile at them. I and moten most of the time. I'm going to be in a foreign country where you don't speak their language. I smile at them. I so i'm like hey a friendly guy and i hold up my camera like like i'm going to take a picture of you but it's okay 'cause. I'm a friendly guy. Many put the camera up and i take one picture and not trying to make a great picture at this point. I'm just trying to take a picture now at this point point. I'm taking something from them. I just took your image and i've given them nothing. So what i immediately do is i keep smiling. Turn the camera around and i walk over and i show in the back of the camera of the of their picture and invariably they give a big smile like oh because now i didn't take something from them now. I'm sharing it. I took your picture. Here's what it looks like. What do you think and it changes the relationship immediately and so then what i do is i just kinda smile and nod like hey he can do another one and they'll they'll pose for five minutes and just let you shoot shoot shoot and the flip side is that you talked about how you like to show uh-huh places like lisbon and paris and venice without all the people that anybody knows that when we go to these places in europe they're jammed. They're jammed with people so oh you have some photoshop tricks and you have some camera tricks but overall even if the people that are just going with their smartphone. What would you say to them about how to get the shot without although tourists the secret really is and it's gonna be it's actually harder than it sounds. Get up really early just literally getting up early in the morning <hes> so i lead workshops and we will get up in the morning. We'll go to the eiffel tower and there's nobody there but us. There's nobody there and you see the sunrise. Come up and there's no tourist. I and there's no cars and the streets are empty. We went to the arche triomphe and they're a moments now the drive-by here and there but there are moments where you're all by yourself and there's nobody else there. We lined up in rome in front of the vatican. Nobody there but us apparently people don't like to get up very early so that is your. That's your benefited it. Is you get up early and you're gonna get shots of beautiful places. I was in hawaii last week. Shooting sunrises and i would at five and yes i was the only person there and the really interesting thing is not only was the sunrise spectacular but the half hour before the sunrise was more spectacular than sunrise with these amazing colori absolutely really that's the secret to sunrise once the sun comes up five minutes later the shoots over the lights bad. It's that time right before sunrise that it's magical jiggle and by the way i saw a couple of your shots they were fantastic. I was so jealous <hes> it is it is one of the most beautiful places for sunrises and sunsets and you nailed it. Thank you scott. Tell everybody again all all the things you do. You have a new book. <hes> tell me about the book and the website never everywhere. You are well. Thanks i have a brand. New book called the landscape book which is a pretty basic name but you know exactly what it is. It's the landscape photography book because it's official name and it is one item per page. It's like one concept one idea the at one thing so it's for people that are just getting into landscape photography and they really wanna make a difference immediately like i want better pictures tomorrow. I don't want to go through two years of struggling yeah. I need better pictures tomorrow. That's what the book spor <hes>. We run a conference where here at photoshop world of course which is annual conference its twentieth year but i just put on by one. Which is we do online photographic training. We teach people photoshop and we teach people light room and how to make kind of pictures. They've always dreamed of october fifth worldwide photo walk. Oh yeah <hes> each year for the last twelve years. We do a worldwide photo walk. It's over a thousand cities around the world and we do it. It's a social event. We're just really two hours. We walk around. Take pictures meet new people share. We always wind up at a pub bar at the end and it's really just a social event sign up at worldwide photo walk dot com. I'm jefferson graham. You can find me on twitter at jefferson graham. I believe scott is that's got kelvin correct that is kelly comrade daily blog. Thanks for listening to talking talking tech. Be sure to subscribe wherever you listen to online audio and i'll be back at you tomorrow. Talking tech is supported by wicks dot com. If you're ready to build build your own website. There's no better place to get started than wigs dot com. 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Landmark Twins Study
"In an unprecedented sharing of discovery eighty four. Researchers have released their key findings from Nasr's landmark twins. Study. This is innovation now, the twins study was the first biomolecular view into how the human body response to spaceflight helping us better understand how to maintain crew health, during human expeditions to the moon and Mars retired, astronaut, Scott Kelly and his identical twin brother Mark participated in the investigation. Mark provided a baseline for observe -ation on earth. Scott spent three hundred forty days aboard the international space station findings indicated that biomarkers of aging at the end of chromosomes were unexpectedly longer in space, but the flu vaccine worked exactly as it does on earth. The research revealed some. Interesting surprising and reassuring results. Although it is difficult to draw conclusions for all future. Astronauts from single test subject. The twin study has demonstrated that the human body remains robust and resilient even after spending a year in space for innovation now. I'm Jennifer pulley innovation now is produced by the National Institute of aerospace through collaboration with NASA.
What Did NASA's Twin Study Find?
"His hard. But I was so afraid I could lose everything loves wonderful and confusing, and magical and infuriated everything about life that we had thought and planned and hoped for was just in that moment gone. I was so so so lucky have that join the millions of listeners who've made committed possible and promise you it's cheaper than therapy. Listen to committed on apple podcasts the iheartradio app or wherever you get your podcasts. Welcome to brainstorm, a production of Harvey. Hey, brain stuff, Lauren Vogel bomb here. Have you ever wondered exactly what happens to the human body when it's suspended in space for extended period of time based on Hollywood, productions alone men and women who navigate the galaxy always seemed to be just fine when they land back on earth. But our astronauts so lucky in reality NASA has made it its mission to find out in a landmark DNA study published an April twenty nineteen issue of the journal science researchers from John Hopkins Stanford and other institutions revealed after a year in space astronaut, Scott Kelly, experienced, no, major long-term differences to his EPA genome compared with that of his twin brother current, Arizona. Senate candidate Mark Kelly hoop stayed firmly planted here on earth, your EPA genome is all of the chemical compounds that attached to your DNA and changed the way it functions. So no major differences, hypothetically, a good thing. Here's the deal with putting your body in space. It exposes you to harmful ultraviolet rays radiation, limited food and exercise lower gravity disrupted, sleep cycles, and an unknown number of other potential hazards. And while scientists have spent decades studying the effects of space travel on astronauts, most of these men and women have travelled on missions that max out at six months in order to travel somewhere like say Mars missions needs to be much longer. And scientists say it's critical to understand the effects that these super extended missions could have on the human body. Let's talk more about how your EPA genome works. Your DNA is your genome. It's the genetic code tells every cell in your body how to build different proteins which determines how those cells function your EPA genome is any chemical modifications to your DNA these modifications don't change your actual DNA sequence. But they can change how your cells us the instructions that your DNA gives them. So these tiny chemical alterations can have a major impact on a person's health by influencing the way their genes are expressed they can switch jeans from onto off and vice versa. A major advantage of this new research is the fact that it studies identical twins who naturally have identical genetic material. But while the study subjects offer a rare and unique glimpse into the potential for long term genetic changes in space. The researchers are quick to admit that they're tiny sample size means more testing is essential with only to study subjects. They can't be sure that any changes are due to space travel more research with other astronauts needs to be. Done. The methodology for the study involved collecting blood samples physiological data in cognitive measurements. From each Kelly twin at various points over twenty seven month period before during and after Scott's one year space mission if you're wondering how in the world or universe? Scott samples reached scientists from space they were transported via rockets. In the future. Scientists hope to process and store samples on board the international space station itself. But for the purposes of this study samples were rocketed back to earth and processed within forty eight hours. Then the research team examined to the brothers genomes looking for genetic changes, specifically focusing on two types of white blood cells and examining process called methylated, which occurs when chemical compounds called methyl groups are added onto DNA generally speaking, there were just about as many EPA genetic changes in Scott as there were in his twin. The biggest difference was observed nine months into Scott space mission. When just seventy nine percent of his DNA was methylated compared to eighty three percent of Mark's DNA the locations methylation were different in both men. Scott's Beth leash appeared near genes involved with a municipal response, which the researchers believe correlates with additional data that found that Scott had increased markers associated with inflammation, which is a potential red flag. But again bears further study to determine whether this difference was really caused by Scots location in space. Oh, though, one other weird thing that definitely did happen to Scott in space the shape of one of his eyeballs changed by the time. He got back to earth his retinal nerve and the foles in the layer that surrounds, the I thicker, researchers think this could have to do with prolonged exposure to low gravity another thing to watch out for in the future for sure. This episode was written by Michelle constant enough. Ski and produced by Tyler clang brain stuff is a production of I heart radio. How stuff works for more on this and lots of other stories that involve not entirely unexpected rockets. Visit our home planet has stuff works dot com. For more podcasts, heart radio, I heart radio app. Apple podcasts or wherever you listen to your favorite shows. 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Houston's Morning News
NASA twins study shows how space changes the human body
"Time apparently a year in space causes significant changes to the human body. The good news though, according. To nasa. The body does normalize within months of returning to earth. That's the conclusion of a years long study of twin astronaut, Scott and Mark Kelly, which revealed significant genetic and behavioral changes between the two of their Scott Kelly spent a year on board, the international space station. Dr Andrew Feinberg is with Johns Hopkins University long-term out six months, see a change in those categories jeans, and we pretty good indicator of your genomic. Epidemic. Hell while Scott Kelly played down his role in the study, brother. Mark was quick to praise him tremendous act of public service to be willing to put yourself through this for year, without really knowing what the impact on, you know, his own body was going to be scientists say radiation still poses the biggest threat to long range missions
Scott Kelly And NASA discussed on Todd Schnitt
"News yearly a year in space, but astronaut Scott Kelly's immune system on high alert and change the activity of some of his jeans compared to his earthbound identical. Twin scientists don't know if the changes were good or bad but results from a unique NASA twins study are raising new questions for doctors. As the space agency aims
Geek News Central
Two Men Spent 340 Days in Space. Scientists Are Still Figuring Out What They've Learned
"All right between March two thousand fifteen March two thousand sixteen Ammann's Penneteau three hundred fifty seven hours being poked prodded sacrificing blood urine sweating through sprints letting other rita's journals after he had just completed three hundred and forty days in the space, and that man was Scott Kelly and with his Russian counterpart me, call Coronado coll-. They basically were the first. It was the first attempt Donner sand how such long stints without gravity effect the human body. But while the men returned earthly three years ago, scientists are still trying to figure out what they learned a new paperless out the test built into the one your mission, and it can take size in the context of longer space light would required to do a mission to Mars with a tour two three years, you know, without a lot of gravity. So. Anyway, they haven't quite figured out what they learned yet, which is kind of weird. Maybe they never figured out. Who knows he went bodies
Bloomberg Daybreak Weekend
Astronaut Scott Kelly on capturing an Earth without borders
"Month. Retired astronaut Scott Kelly has a new book out CBS is Anthony Mason with more on his fourth mission into space from two hundred and fifty miles up. He would point his camera at the planet in what that long Lange kind of helps you feel a little bit connected to the earth. When you almost see what's going on down there. And some ways Kelly has collected those space photographs in his new book, infinite wonder, and then you c continents and countries without any political borders. It gives you the impression that, you know, we're all in this thing called humanity together, it offered a unique vantage point on the vastness of it all from Manhattan to the Milky Way. Makes you feel kind of insignificant doesn't it absolutely? Actually, the whole experience. On this mission. Kelly would spend three hundred and forty days in space county holds the US record for the buffs consecutive days in space five hundred and twenty consecutive
Stephen Hawking, Cambridge professor and theoretical physicist, dead at 76
"Restrooms for up to six months the world's most famous physicist has died stephen hawking was known for his theories on black holes his best selling book a brief history of time and his own distinctive voice tired of the universe insignificant and accidental human life that seems host implausible with less for fifty five years eventually the only muscle he was able to move was a single cheek muscle which used he used to communicate through a computer cambridge university in england announced last night that hawking died peacefully at home he was seventy six the motor neuron disease association which raises money for research says its website has crashed because hawking's death caused a spike in donations the charity had to direct people to a second website to keep donating nasa researchers say seven percent of astronaut scott kelly's dna has failed to return to normal after his year in space kelly's genetic code has been compared to that of his twin brother who stayed on earth researchers say that they may have found longterm changes for genes that were tied to the immune system dna repair and boom formation scott kelly tweeted this could be good news i no longer have to call mark kelly my identical twin brother and canada's new ten dollar bill has a picture of the woman known as canada's rosa parks by ola desma defied segregated seating at a movie theater in nova scotia nineteen fortyfive she's the first black person to appear alone on canadian currency and the first woman who is not a british royal to appear alone traffic from the helpful socal honda traffic center we're taking a look at the one ten now in highland park on the one ten south at avenue fifty two it's a crash has taken away the two right lanes things are stopping for you right.