19 Burst results for "Sergei Krikalev"

"sergei krikalev" Discussed on NASACast Audio

NASACast Audio

02:05 min | 3 months ago

"sergei krikalev" Discussed on NASACast Audio

"Life. We call these missions. Expeditions and the international space station crew was expedition one. The trio was nastase. William shepherd commander of expedition. One and russian cosmonaut sergei krikalev and yuri anco both seasoned veterans of long duration missions aboard the russian space station mir. That was an orbit at the time. These three spent one hundred and thirty six days aboard the space station and set the course for what would be an unbroken streak of human presence in space. We often like to tout that. If you're i guess at this point younger than twenty you've never lived in the world where there haven't been humans in space at any given point in your life so we had a chance to chat with bill shepherd the commander of expedition one about what it took to get to this point last year around the date of the anniversary on this episode. We're bringing in a different perspective from sergei krikalev a decorated cosmonaut who was instrumental in u. s. and russian cooperation. He paved the path for cooperative. Space shuttle missions and he was on both the first crew visit and the first long-term expedition aboard the international space station itself. Let's learn more about how this international trailblazer kick off twenty years of continuous human habitation. On the space station here. Sergei krikalev enjoy county.

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"sergei krikalev" Discussed on Unexplained Mysteries

Unexplained Mysteries

07:22 min | 4 months ago

"sergei krikalev" Discussed on Unexplained Mysteries

"Many mandela effect critics believe ordinary psychological processes can account for the phenomenon namely the power of suggestion and confabulation but these psychological concept's can't explain all discrepancies in collective memory. And if some mandela devotees aren't wrong then what's true. Could some external force really erase all evidence of a real historical event. This scenario were person. Remember something that everyone else insists never happened. Sounded like the plot of the two thousand feature film frequency. The movie follows john sullivan. Who uses a ham radio to communicate with his deceased father. Frank in the past. John helps frank change history and watches as reality updates. In the present ultimately john saves as parents three times i he tells his father how to escape a deadly fire then he helps. Authorities capture a serial killer before his mother's murder. Finally he convinces frank to quit smoking sparing him death by lung cancer in the end. Frank appears in the modern day. But john is the only person who can remember the original timeline. So far is everyone else's concerned. Frank has been alive the entire time. Granted the plotline doesn't fully fit with mandela effect. John actively worked to alter his history and he fully understood why has present reality kept changing. Most people with false recollections. Don't understand why the reminiscences don't align with the evidence but the core idea is the same. If the past changes most people's memories may reset to the time line but for some reason others might be resistant and they're incorrect recollections offer hints of history that no longer exists in other words the mandela effect might be evidence of time travel it may function like infrequency where individuals today communicate with people in the past. Or maybe someone's actually journeying through the years. The specifics aren't as important as the possibility that some people may remember an alternate time line that no longer exists for example. Let's imagine zam was real at one point and while it was never a huge hit. Maybe a few thousand people saw later time. Travelers somehow ensured that the film never got made naturally. This would erase every copy of the movie. Plus any trailers posters reviews ticket stubs in every other shred of evidence that it ever existed after. All in the new timeline. It never did in fact. Only one clue remains memories. That for whatever reason didn't update with the rest of the world. It's hard to say why some people's recollections would be immune after all. Nobody knows how time travel is supposed to work. But some recent scientific breakthrough suggests that hopping through time is theoretically possible. Let's begin by defining time as a concept. It's actually a lot more complicated than the numbers on your watch. You may remember from physics class that all the matter in our universe exists in four measurable dimensions height with length and time. You can move through the first three things at will but not time in time. You're constantly moving forward at a steady rate of one second per second however some forces can alter the speed of time if you accelerated fast enough. You could literally slow time down for yourself. At least we think that's true. Thanks to einstein's theory of relativity. The science is very complicated. So we're going to explore it in a simplified way. There's one rule of physics that as far as we know is unbreakable. Light is the fastest thing in the universe. It's impossible for anything to travel faster than light or even to match its speed. So let's imagine we built an ultra powerful spaceship with incredibly efficient engines. It still wouldn't go quite as fast as light. But let's hypothesize that it can fly ever so slightly slower when the ship accelerates to its maximum momentum. Something strange happens. Time begins to pass lower on board the craft than it does outside meaning even though people on board the vessel think there's zooming along at an unimaginably fast rate nearly the speed of light. Everyone outside agrees that the rocket is crawling along at a snail's pace. Once they land the passengers may think they're flight lasted an hour their clocks inside the vessel verify speedy journey but to the people outside and their clocks. The astronauts have been gone for days weeks. Maybe even months. This isn't just a matter of different perceptions those minutes literally past at different rates. This is because everything on the vessel accelerates with it including the light on board but physics says light cannot possibly travel any faster than it already does. So existence actually warps time runs at different rates on and off the ship to ensure. The light travels at a consistent speed. This scenario is called time. Dilation similar distortions happen inside the event horizon of black holes but we wouldn't recommend you test that as the gravity wellwould crush to death in no time pun intended however we have been able to dilate time in controlled situations for example in the nineteen nineties and two thousands. Russian cosmonaut sergei krikalev spent an accumulated eight hundred nine days nine hours and thirty nine minutes in orbit and thanks to the time dilation associated with his speedy spaceflights critical of has also traveled into the future by point own two seconds that fraction of a moment probably isn't what you picture when you think of time travel. We need a spaceship much much faster than anything that exists today if we wanted to make a significant job and even if we did invent such a vessel it would still only travel through time in one direction you might be able to skip decades or centuries into your own future but you wouldn't be able to step into the past at least as far as we know it's technically possible that a top secret government agency or corporation has invented a working time machine. That can travel backwards. But there's no evidence to support that scenario plus troops back in.

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"sergei krikalev" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:43 min | 6 months ago

"sergei krikalev" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"It was while he was campaigning down south of the president also made a direct appeal to black voters, hoping they'll focus on his work. The last four years. If you look at what we've done just quickly. Criminal justice reform Prison reform opportunity zones with Tim Scott. Historically black colleges and universities. The president will be waking up in Florida this morning is going to be making his way here to where we are in Fayetteville, North Carolina for his first rally of the day. This was one that was supposed to happen on Thursday, but it was postponed due to weather But there is a reason that the president's coming back to North Carolina, the polls showing tied here and with 15 electoral votes up for grabs. The International space Station Marks 20 years in orbit today, Kathleen Maloney reports when the first crew, including American Bill Shepherd and Russian Sergei Krikalev and Yuri Gidzenko, first moved in on November 2nd of 2000 space station consistent of only three small rooms and one toilet. The complex is now almost a football field long with a lookout tower 12 rooms and three toilets over the past 20 years 241 visitors from 19 countries. Have floated through the space station hatches, including astronauts, construction workers and several tourists, so pay their own way. The current crew like the first includes an American and two Russians, They're marking the two decade milestone by sharing a special dinner and enjoying the amazing views of Earth. Tomorrow is the big day. Thor is it What's likely to have been live at 8 11 stories trending President Trump has five rallies scheduled today, and challenger Joe Biden will be in Pennsylvania, finishing his run in the States, two largest cities. Meantime, the president is suggesting.

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"sergei krikalev" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:49 min | 6 months ago

"sergei krikalev" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Is just days away, and voters are sharing their final thoughts on social media. But a debate continues to surround the issue of big tech companies and their handling of moderating various political views on their platforms. They're acting like they're gods of the virtual space if they don't like it, if they don't agree with it, If it is against the narrative they want on their platform. They will taking down they will block you, and it is unfair, Senator Sasha Blackburn on Fox and Friends in the Senate Judiciary Committee will have a busy few weeks following election day with multiple hearings committee chairman in South Carolina Republican Senator Lindsey Graham previews those hearings on Sunday morning futures with Maria Bartiromo. I've got McCabe coming in over, but the tent I've got the social media Seo's coming in November 17th. But I'm going to have a hearing with the FBI about why did you sit on the the laptop so long? What you see from the business partner of Hunter Biden is corruption at a industrial scale influence peddling Also knew tonight. The International space Station marks 20 years in orbit Monday when the first crew, including American Bill Shepherd and Russian Sergei Krikalev and Yuri Gidzenko, first moved in. On November 2nd of 2000 space station consistent of only three small rooms and one toilet. The complex is now almost a football field long with a lookout tower 12 rooms and three toilets. Over the past 20 years, 241 visitors from 19 countries have floated through the space station hatches, including astronauts, construction workers and several tourists. So pay their own way. The current crew like the first includes an American and two Russians, They're marking the two deaths. Jade milestone by sharing a special dinner and enjoying.

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"sergei krikalev" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:56 min | 6 months ago

"sergei krikalev" Discussed on WJR 760

"It on demand from Fox News and Amazon, Alexis Well, the election is just days away, and voters are sharing their final thoughts on social media. But a debate continues to surround the issue of big tech companies and their handling of moderating various political views on their platforms. They're acting like they're gods of the virtual space if they don't like it if they don't agree with it. If it is against the narrative they want on their platform. They will take him down. They will block you. And it is unfair. Senator Marsha Blackburn on Fox and Friends and the Senate Judiciary Committee will have a busy few weeks following Election day with multiple hearings committee chairman and South Carolina Republican Senator Lindsey Graham previews those hearings on Sunday morning futures with Maria Bartiromo. I've got McCabe coming in November, the 10th I've got the social media CEOs coming in November 17th. But I'm going to have a hearing with the FBI about why did you sit on the the laptop so long? What you see from the business partner of Hunter Biden is corruption and a industrial scale influence peddling. Also knew tonight. The International space Station marks 20 years in orbit Monday when the first crew including American Bill Shepherd and Russian Sergei Krikalev and Yuri Gidzenko first moved in. On November 2nd of 2000 Space station consisted of only three small rooms and one toilet. The complex is now almost a football field long with a lookout tower 12 rooms and three toilets. Over the past 20 years, 241 visitors from 19 countries have floated through the space station hatches, including astronauts, construction workers and several tourists, so pay their own way. The current crew like the first includes an American and two Russians. They're marking the two decade milestone by sharing a special dinner and enjoying the amazing views of.

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"sergei krikalev" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:56 min | 6 months ago

"sergei krikalev" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"And more Jacksonville. It's easier here. Well, the election is just days away, and voters are sharing their final thoughts on social media. But a debate continues to surround the issue. A big tech companies and their handling of moderating there is political views on their platforms. They're acting like they're gods of the virtual space if they don't like it, if they don't agree with it, If it is against the narrative they want on their platform. They will take him down. They will block you, and it is unfair. Senator Marsha Blackburn on Fox and friends. The Senate Judiciary Committee will have a busy few weeks following election day with multiple hearings committee chairman and South Carolina Republican Senator Lindsey Graham previews those hearings on Sunday morning futures with Maria Bartiromo. I've got McCabe coming in over the 10th. I've got the social media CEOs coming in November, 17th. But I'm going to have a hearing with the FBI about why did you sit on the The laptop so long what you see from the business partner of Hunter Biden is corruption at a industrial scale influence peddling Also knew tonight. The International space Station marks 20 years in orbit Monday, when the first crew, including American Bill Shepherd and Russian Sergei Krikalev and Yuri Gidzenko, first moved in. On November. 2nd of 2000 Space Station consisted of only three small rooms and one toilet. The complexes now Most a football field long with a lookout tower 12 rooms and three toilets. Over the past 20 years, 241 visitors from 19 countries have floated through the space station hatches, including astronauts, construction workers and several tourists. So pay their own way. The current crew like the first includes an American and two Russians. They're marking the two decade milestone by sharing a special dinner and enjoying the amazing views.

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"sergei krikalev" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:50 min | 6 months ago

"sergei krikalev" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Well, the election is just days away, and voters are sharing their final thoughts on social media. But a debate continues to surround the issue of big tech companies and their handling of moderating. There is political views on their platforms. They're acting like they're gods of the virtual space if they don't like it, if they don't agree with it, If it is against the narrative they want on their platform. They will taking down they will block you. And it is unfair. Senator Marsha Blackburn on Fox and friends. The Senate Judiciary Committee will have a busy few weeks following election day with multiple hearings committee chairman and South Carolina Republican Senator Lindsey Graham previews those hearings on Sunday morning futures with Maria Bartiromo. I've got McCabe coming in November, the 10th I've got the social media CEOs coming in November 17th. But I'm going to have a hearing with the FBI about why did you sit on the the laptop so long? What you see from the business partner of Hunter Biden is corruption at a industrial scale influence peddling Also knew tonight. The International space Station marks 20 years in orbit Monday when the first crew including American Bill Shepherd and Russian Sergei Krikalev and Yuri Zenko first moved in on November 2nd of 2000 space station consistent of only three small rooms and one toilet. The complex is now almost a football field long with a lookout tower 12 rooms and three toilets. Over the past 20 years, 241 visitors from 19 countries have floated through the space station hatches, including astronauts, construction workers and several tourists, so pay their own way. The current crew like the first includes an American and two Russians. They're marking the two decade milestone by sharing a special dinner and enjoying the amazing views.

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"sergei krikalev" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

01:49 min | 6 months ago

"sergei krikalev" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"And voters are sharing their final thoughts on social media. But a debate continues to surround the issue of big tech companies and their handling of moderating various political views on their platforms. They're acting like they're gods of the virtual space if they don't like it, if they don't agree with it, If it is against the narrative they want on their platform. They will taking down they will block you, and it is unfair. Senator Marsha Blackburn on Fox and friends. The Senate Judiciary Committee will have a busy few weeks following election day with multiple hearings committee chairman and South Carolina Republican Senator Lindsey Graham previews those hearings on Sunday morning futures with Maria Bartiromo. I've got McCabe coming in November, the 10th. I've got the social media. Seo's coming in November 17th. But I'm going to have a hearing. What the FBI about why did you sit on the the laptop so long? What you see from the business partner of Hunter Biden is corruption at a industrial scale influence peddling Also knew tonight. The International space Station marks 20 years in orbit Monday when the first crew, including American Bill Shepherd and Russian Sergei Krikalev and Yuri Gidzenko, first moved in on November, 2nd of 2000 Space station consisted of only three small rooms and one toilet. The complex is now almost a football field long with a lookout tower 12 rooms and three toilets. Over the past 20 years, 241 visitors from 19 countries have floated through the space station hatches, including astronauts, construction workers and several tourists. So pay their own way. The current crew like the first includes an American and two Russians, they're marking the two decades. Milestone by sharing a special dinner and enjoying the amazing views of Earth. Fox's.

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"sergei krikalev" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

06:15 min | 6 months ago

"sergei krikalev" Discussed on WTOP

"Minute rallies in Pennsylvania look at voting misinformation within the black community. I'm Andrea Cameron and we will take a look at sports betting in Maryland coming upon the GOP. 10 31. CBS News brief with record numbers of votes already cast or in the mail. At this point, the only thing left is to get out The remaining votes. The president's message tonight in Georgia. People love to vote on Election Day Tuesday, so go out and vote that red wave is going to be all it's going to be the talk of the world. Joe Biden's message earlier every day every day is a reminder of how high the stakes are. How far the other side will go to try to suppress turnout. CBS this morning co anchor Gayle King on voters pre election moved, deeply divided and people are very worried and very afraid on the role of the new covert 19 pandemic surge facts, They're gonna overtake any political dialogue very quickly. I think as we get into the next two or three weeks, it's going to be unmistakable. What's happening around the country? And we're gonna have to start taking tough steps. Former Food and Drug Administration Commissioner Scott Gottlieb he was on CBS's face The Nation CBS News Brief. I'm Tom Foti. It's 10 32. There was a victory today for Democrats in Texas. That state Supreme Court denied a Republican led petition to toss nearly 127,000 ballots that were cast a drive thru voting places in the Houston area. The request to dump the ballots from a state representative and two GOP candidates was rejected by the Texas All GOP Supreme Court. Without explanation. The same subject will be taken up during an emergency hearing in federal court Monday. Conservative Texas activists have railed against expanded voting across Harris County, where Record 1.4 million early votes have already been cast. President Trump won Texas by nine points in 2016, but polls have shown Democrat Joe Biden still within reach in America's biggest red state. I'm Shelly Adler, Dr. Scott Adler says he regrets participating in an interview with the Russian TV network. It is listed as a foreign agent. Atlas is one of the president's most trusted advisors on Corona virus. We apologize for doing that interview with Artie, saying he was unaware they were listed as a foreign agent. In that interview, Atlas, a neuro radiologist criticized locked down policy, saying they're killing people. The British government, saying a new national locked down in England made last longer than the plan for weeks. The lock down is to run from Thursday until December. 2nd bars and restaurants can only offer takeout. Nonessential shops must close and people will only be able to leave home for a short list of reasons, including exercise, Cabinet Minister Michael Gove told Sky News. The government will be driven by what the data says with a virus that's malignant. I'm with its capacity to move so quickly. It would be foolish to predict with absolute certainty what will happen in four weeks time Britain has the worst virus death toll in Europe with more than 46,000 dead and one million confirmed Corona virus cases. Sarah Bassett, London Happy Birthday. I SS 20 years in space tomorrow when the first crew including American Bill Shepherd and Russian Sergei Krikalev and Yuri Gidzenko, first moved in on November 2nd of 2000, the space station consistent of only three small rooms and one toilet. The complex is now almost a football field long with a lookout tower 12 rooms and three toilets over the past 20 years 241 visitors from 19 countries. Floated through the space station hatches, including astronauts, construction workers and several tourists, so pay their own way. The current crew like the first includes an American and two Russians, They're marking the two decade milestone by sharing a special dinner and enjoying the amazing views of Earth. Kathleen Maloney. 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"sergei krikalev" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:00 min | 6 months ago

"sergei krikalev" Discussed on KTRH

"Generators for election day. But he didn't specify whether providing the generators would be a state or local responsibility, he said in a statement. It's unfortunate politicians like Cantrell are trying to score cheap political points. Instead of being part of the solution. Rob Dawson Fox. Now they're potential legal challenges by both sides Post election and David spun his tie reports. There are attorneys for both campaigns in different states chomping at the bit for any type of legal challenges. One of those stages Florida law enforcement officials and postal officials investigating Harris after 48 ballots were just sitting in a post office in Homestead, Florida. A postal worker took video indicating the pile had been there for a week. The Postal Service inspector general currently investigating this issue right now. Paris County, Texas, the Houston area, a federal judge scheduled a hearing that takes place tomorrow to hear whether officials in Houston unlawfully allowed it drive thru voting. Instead of the walk up voting that was agreed to upon by both sides. Nearly 94 million Americans had their ballots counted already. International space station marking 20 years in orbit tomorrow, when the first crew, including American Bill Shepherd and Russian Sergei Krikalev and Yuri Gidzenko, first moved in. On November, 2nd of 2000 Space Station consisted of only three small rooms and one toilet. The complex is now almost a football field long. With a lookout tower 12 rooms and three toilets. Over the past 20 years, 241 visitors from 19 countries have floated through the space station hatches, including astronauts, construction workers and several tourists. So pay their own way. The current crew like the first includes an American and two Russians, They're marking the two decade milestone by sharing a special dinner and enjoying the amazing views of Earth. Kathleen Maloney, Fox News Katie are.

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"sergei krikalev" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

03:30 min | 6 months ago

"sergei krikalev" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"The number of dead from a strong earthquake in the GNC that struck Turkey and Greece as grown to at least seventy one rescue workers in western Turkey are still searching eight collapsed buildings after extracting a seventy year old man alive from one last night in Poland anti-government protests triggered by the tightening of the strict abortion law took place for an eleventh day people many cities again disregarded virus control restriction limiting public gatherings. and Atlanta based cavity has purchased Dunkin donuts a new corporate home for a couple of well-known franchise food marquees inspire brands announcing that it's buying the Dunkin Brands Group for eleven point three billion dollars in cash for stock deal that includes Dunkin's outstanding debt based in Canton. Massachusetts has about twelve thousand, five, hundred locations and some eight thousand baskin. Robbins ice cream outlets worldwide inspire is corporate home for Buffalo Wild, wings, Arby's. The Sonic Burger chain Jimmy, johns restaurants, and Rusty Taco, with combined annual sales of more than fourteen billion dollars Paul Stevens Fox News the International. Space Station Marks Twenty Years in orbit a Monday when the first crew including American. Bill. Shepherd and Russians Sergei Krikalev, and you're a Zenko I moved in on November second of two thousand. The space station consisted of only three small rooms and one toilet. The complex is now. Almost, a football field long with a lookout tower and three toilets over the past twenty years two, hundred, forty, one visitors from nineteen countries have floated through the space hatches, including astronauts, construction workers, and several tourists paid their own way. The current crew like the I includes an American and two Russians marking the two decade milestone by sharing a special dinner and enjoying the amazing views of Earth Kathleen Maloney Fox News by. Three take some time off work and spend your days free from the bonds of the oppressive machine that was just about the only thing giving you a purpose to your otherwise insignificant days tip four, spend your final waking minutes before the end of the world with your family knowing full. Well, you'd rather be doing a number of other gratifying yet completely depraved things right Sicko in other news smitten foot-fetishists thinks these may be to a woman and her gay best friend on another one of their little adventures and a dead daughter would've wanted two hundred and twenty million dollar liability subtle. The onion, news? Network. According to a report released Monday Americans currently lead the world in compressing big sandwiches into sufficiently by sizes, outranking countries such as Germany Slovenia, and Ukraine in their sheer capacity to squeeze bts, meatball subs and grinders into shapes that will easily and efficiently fit into their open mouths. Researchers pointed out that in series after series of tests, Americans consistently topped international rankings by implementing over. A pound per square inch of compressive force on sandwich categories as diverse as bond me croak monsters or euros rarely hesitating for more than a moment before diving in and pushing the bread together and wedging it into their mouths cases in which Americans failed to sufficiently compress a sandwich and say dropped a stray piece of Bacon or avocado still lead the pack on quickly scooping up topping with their hands and eating it sometimes.

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Space station marking 20 years of people living in orbit

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:46 sec | 6 months ago

Space station marking 20 years of people living in orbit

"The International. Space Station Marks Twenty Years in orbit a Monday when the first crew including American. Bill. Shepherd and Russians Sergei Krikalev, and you're a Zenko I moved in on November second of two thousand. The space station consisted of only three small rooms and one toilet. The complex is now. Almost, a football field long with a lookout tower and three toilets over the past twenty years two, hundred, forty, one visitors from nineteen countries have floated through the space hatches, including astronauts, construction workers, and several tourists paid their own way. The current crew like the I includes an American and two Russians marking the two decade milestone by sharing a special dinner and enjoying the amazing views of Earth Kathleen Maloney Fox

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Space station marking 20 years of people living in orbit

Kim Komando

00:46 sec | 6 months ago

Space station marking 20 years of people living in orbit

"Space Station marks 20 years in orbit on Monday, when the first crew, including American Bill Shepherd and Russian Sergei Krikalev and Yuri Gidzenko, first moved in. On November 2nd of 2000 Space Station consisted of only three small rooms and one Oil it. The complex is now almost a football field long with a lookout tower and three toilets. Over the past 20 years, 241 visitors from 19 countries have floated through the space station hatches, including astronauts, construction workers and several tourists who pay their own way. The current crew, like the first includes an American and two Russians, marking the two decade milestone by sharing a special dinner and enjoying the amazing views of Earth. Kathleen Maloney, Fox News I'm

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"sergei krikalev" Discussed on NASACast Audio

NASACast Audio

03:31 min | 6 months ago

"sergei krikalev" Discussed on NASACast Audio

"Mission to bring the new orbital complex to life we call these missions expeditions and the crew was expedition one. The trio was NASA's William Shepherd Commander of Expedition One and Russian cosmonaut Sergei Krikalev and Yuri Zenko both seasoned veterans of long duration missions aboard the Russian space station Mir that was an orbit. These three spent a hundred and thirty six days aboard the Space Station and set the course for what would be an unbroken streak of human presence in space. We, like to tout. If you're at this point younger than twenty, you've never lived in a world where there haven't been humans in space at any given point in your life. To get to that point where human started inhabiting the Space Station was not an easy thing. So to tell the full story of Expedition One, we have William Shepherd goes by SHEP. He was a manager of the Space Station Program, a seasoned veteran and space and the commander of Expedition One to the station. We talk about what it took to get to expedition one, the mission itself and how the Space Station has grown into what it is today. So here we go expedition one with Bill Shepherd. Enjoy. County. Court. Chef.

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"sergei krikalev" Discussed on NASACast Audio

NASACast Audio

11:11 min | 2 years ago

"sergei krikalev" Discussed on NASACast Audio

"The robotic arm was diff enough that it was causing it not to properly align. So we finally had to figure out that we had to release the robotic arm. So they could come down and properly align. Oh, so the same thing on GS eight as we started the poll the docking adapter mechanism down. So that we could see cure around the perimeter with the hooks. It was mis aligning itself, and we tried that a couple times. And I said, I remember this. SEO seventy four we're going to have to release it or at least loosen up the the capture mechanism. So that we can Lau to properly line itself and come out down and seek properly. And of course, Nancy Currie wasn't too excited about releasing it. She grabbed onto it. Yeah. I got I want to release it. But but eventually the ground came to the same resolution or conclusion, and after we did that then everything came together fine. And and we had our the foundation of the international space station. The cornerstone of the international space station mechanically connected. The other. There you go. And at this time, you were preparing for your big role, which was actually going out in a spacesuit and actually connecting everything we had a total three spacewalks for this flight to do all those external assembly activities, we did the first two, and then we went inside the station for while before we completed the third spacewalk. So the first two Reizo at Lee. Least the very first one you had forty connectors. I believe it was actually had. I don't remember the exact count. It was a lot of them. I remember that it was it was electrically hooking up the the node to the pressurized mating adapters and making the connections between the Russian segment F GB and the US node one. So there was a lot of activity going on out there. And I will never forget. There was one cable that I'd wanted to fit check which was the one that went from the Russian segment down to the US segment, and and the Russians wouldn't allow me to do a fit check of that one. And it was the one that I didn't know that if I was going to be able to make it stretch far enough. But we got to connected. Wow. Okay. So so, you know, going back to your first statement of actually running through this in the neutral, buoyancy laboratory, right everything kind of go according to plan based on what you practice. Yeah. Pretty much. We did we had developed the the choreographing if you will of how we're going to do things and Jim Neuman. I just went through it, basically as was called out four and a checklist. And and Rick's Turco was our IV guy that checked off everything and compass informed of what the next steps were. And it basically went pretty much as planned. Yeah. So I think after that I as when you actually went back inside, and they actually turned on the systems and low, and behold, everything everything turns out things Howard. Oh, yeah. Isn't that second one? I think I was watching some of the video of the of the spacewalk that you did. There was some tennis that didn't deploy properly on. I think it was after he be and you had to kind of go in and Chimi them out looking at them deploy they goes, right? Played pretty quickly. How is that? I mean that was that was pretty cool. See we had we were supposed to go up to the very top of Zara on the third spacewalk, install handrail and do some other things up there. And they weren't they were apprehensive to lettuce transfer ourselves. Right. Pat's where that Antonio was hung up, and I hadn't deployed properly. So they wanted to see if we could free those so that we could have free access up to the top of area. So these antennas were kind of like a ribbon antenna, those coil very tightly around spool. And it was kind of like, you know, metal tape tape measure, this kind of that kind of an idea, and for some reason it hadn't released properly when it got on orbit. So we had a fairly long handled device that I can't remember what it was four now. But it was for some contingency thing. And we got onto the a robotic arm and on on the second spacewalk. Jim Neuman was on the end of the robotic arm, and he took this device, and he wrapped on the side of the Santana, and eventually it sprung free and a spool went whizzing past the tail the orbiter and the blade came out. It must must've been ten feet long something like that. Feet long. So it's pretty impressive. And and I if I remember correctly Jim didn't even get to see it come out because he had wrapped on a couple of times. And he's looking around for something and everything went zooming past. Yeah. I remember you in the video you narrate. It you said and don't blink here. Because you're going to miss it. It did deploy pretty fast. But after that that's two spacewalks right now, you're going to let me just go back. The other probably one of the major things we did on that space. Walk was adds some early communication antennas. Okay. Onto the two side ports of the node one. Okay. And those then allowed us to command the vehicle and talk to the vehicle from here in Houston at one time. It was all going to be related through the the Russian ground station there in Moscow. So we we we one time we're not going to go into the space station at all. And then they said, well, we got some things we want you to open up the hatch and throw this stuff in and then closed the hatch. And and then they decided they were going to add these two communication antennas. Okay. They were going to be mounted on the outside. And so then we had to have some electron IX to to install an inside to cover anything up and make it work. Okay. So eventually, we plan to go inside of of the note one finding out a business, Gaydos. Actually, go in. Yeah. But but then the Russians said, well, we don't have any free to go into the F GB. So we will take you're gonna do that. Okay. And then we said, well, I think we ought to go do that, you know. And then finally win Sergei Krikalev was assigned to the crew the Russian said, okay, we're going to have one of our guys there. It's okay. If you guys go up into the into that part, right? And it's good. We did because they found out that after the after you being launched they had a battery charger that I'd failed. And so we carried up a spare battery charger and and Sergei and Nancy spent a part of one of our days. We're inside the station changing that out and also Sergei found that one of the air circulation ducks was blocked by some plastic that had been left in their inadvertently. I guess and he he knew what things should sound like, and it didn't sound that way. We do investigation and found that plastic and removed it and caused the circulation to be restored properly. Yeah. Sounds like a lot of things. Coming up last minute coming up to the final flight, right? Things were changing and evolving, including finding out these problems that you had to fix two. Now. The the mission plan is actually part of it is to go in and do a lot of this work. Absolute you said you were in the for two days was it. Well, I think so is one I think it was it was two days. We were in it may have been one. I was remembering too. Okay. But we went in there with a power drivers and removed whole lot of bolted been installed for launch but needed to be removed for on orb. Rop rations we installed those two electronics units for the antennas to function properly. We had hook up all the cables. They're willing to do that. We went down into the Russian segment and did did some placement of some things there and change out that bad battery controller in and the thing. So we we stayed busy in there for the time. We were there. Definitely now going in for the first time now is a big deal as well. Very cool. Very cool. How is that opening the hatch for the first time, it was it was really neat. It's it's like you walk in the front door of your new house for the first time. It was it was very empty. I mean, there was nothing in there. Yeah. And now, if you look at pictures on orbit, it's cramped pack was stuff, you can't early really cables and bags and laptops. Yeah. In fact, at one point we took Nancy Currie whose very very small, and we carefully placed her out in the middle of the node one. She couldn't touch anything and left her there. And she was kind of like a cat, you know, kind of trying to land on its four feet. You know, she's trying to move around and get some more and she couldn't wrap up the middle. Now doing doing the runs in the NBA. I'm sure you've practiced actually did you have space station mockups in the points pointy lab as well. Yes. So you you kind of had an expectation of what it was going to be like, right? Then it kind of meet your expectations or was it did not everything was pretty much as expected. I mean, you don't like prices. And that's why you go to the effort of building fairly high fidelity mockups to put into the water tank and their full-scale. So that you know, what you're dealing with you make sure that you can reach everything you need to reach. And all that. So it's it's a very important part of the preparation for flight. Definitely was there being there being in the real thing in orbit. Was there anything that? Really stuck out impressed. You. I think the thing that ultimately impressed me was after all these years of effort and thinking and read resigning and everything else we were here. We're starting the process, and I was just thrilled to be selected to be part of the team to lay the cornerstones of the international space station. Yeah. There you go. Yeah. It was it actually came together. He was the physical thing. Right. Right. So you so you opened up the hatches this. This was a this was a cool moment that I remember, you know, entering for the first time figuring out who is going to be the first person on the space station, right? Because one of these I was first time people entering the thing. So what happened there? Well, I think Bob Cabana problem. Our commander at probably had a idea, but he never really let onto the rest of the crew and ex and what he did. I thought was exactly what should have been done. He is the commander of the crew invited. Sergei curricula are international partner on that flight to enter into the node one. And then. Into the F GB together. And I thought that was a great way to to demonstrate and to start the national Russian ships on on the station. Right. Because there are a lot of moments leading up to this. Right. I we have Apollo sue us work. We're actually collaborating for the first time in space. Then we have the whole shuttle MIR thing now international space station, we're all working together towards it. But again, you know, the job's not over at you're in there for two days. You have a lot of work to do on the inside. But you still have one more spacewalk one more spacewalk to go. So this was the one we actually went on the I guess the top right based on where the payload bay was. And where the are you was actually had to go all the way up to the top. Yeah. And it looked like a long ways up on. But before that was done we had a another antenna that we had to release, and I it was my turn to be on the end of the robotic arm for this. And I'm sitting here wrapping on this thing. It's not coming out. So I'm wrapping harder and harder and the ground. I think it was getting a little bit nervous as I'll how much energy I putting into this thing. And finally about the time they were telling me to stop when it came out. And I went. Hey,

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"sergei krikalev" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

Houston We Have a Podcast

03:52 min | 2 years ago

"sergei krikalev" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

"It must must've been ten feet long something like that. Feet long. So it's pretty impressive. And and I if I remember correctly Jim didn't even get to see it come out because he had wrapped on a couple of times. And he's looking around for something and everything went zooming past. Yeah. I remember you in the video you narrate. It you said and don't blink here. Because you're going to miss it. It did deploy pretty fast. But after that that's two spacewalks right now, you're going to let me just go back. The other probably one of the major things we did on that space. Walk was adds some early communication antennas. Okay. Onto the two side ports of the node one. Okay. And those then allowed us to command the vehicle and talk to the vehicle from here in Houston at one time. It was all going to be related through the the Russian ground station there in Moscow. So we we we one time we're not going to go into the space station at all. And then they said, well, we got some things we want you to open up the hatch and throw this stuff in and then closed the hatch. And and then they decided they were going to add these two communication antennas. Okay. They were going to be mounted on the outside. And so then we had to have some electron IX to to install an inside to cover anything up and make it work. Okay. So eventually, we plan to go inside of of the note one finding out a business, Gaydos. Actually, go in. Yeah. But but then the Russians said, well, we don't have any free to go into the F GB. So we will take you're gonna do that. Okay. And then we said, well, I think we ought to go do that, you know. And then finally win Sergei Krikalev was assigned to the crew the Russian said, okay, we're going to have one of our guys there. It's okay. If you guys go up into the into that part, right? And it's good. We did because they found out that after the after you being launched they had a battery charger that I'd failed. And so we carried up a spare battery charger and and Sergei and Nancy spent a part of one of our days. We're inside the station changing that out and also Sergei found that one of the air circulation ducks was blocked by some plastic that had been left in their inadvertently. I guess and he he knew what things should sound like, and it didn't sound that way. We do investigation and found that plastic and removed it and caused the circulation to be restored properly. Yeah. Sounds like a lot of things. Coming up last minute coming up to the final flight, right? Things were changing and evolving, including finding out these problems that you had to fix two. Now. The the mission plan is actually part of it is to go in and do a lot of this work. Absolute you said you were in the for two days was it. Well, I think so is one I think it was it was two days. We were in it may have been one. I was remembering too. Okay. But we went in there with a power drivers and removed whole lot of bolted been installed for launch but needed to be removed for on orb. Rop rations we installed those two electronics units for the antennas to function properly. We had hook up all the cables. They're willing to do that. We went down into the Russian segment and did did some placement of some things there and change out that bad battery controller in and the thing. So we we stayed busy in there for the time. We were there. Definitely now going in for the first time now is a big deal as well. Very cool. Very cool. How is that opening the hatch for the first time, it was it was really neat. It's it's like you walk in the front door of your new house for the first time. It was it was very empty. I mean, there was nothing in there. Yeah. And now, if you look at pictures on orbit, it's cramped pack was stuff, you can't early really cables and bags and laptops. Yeah. In fact, at one point we took Nancy Currie whose very very small, and we carefully placed her out in the middle of the node one. She couldn't touch anything and left her there. And she was kind of like a cat, you know, kind of trying to land on its four feet..

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"sergei krikalev" Discussed on Welcome to the Rocket Ranch

Welcome to the Rocket Ranch

04:00 min | 2 years ago

"sergei krikalev" Discussed on Welcome to the Rocket Ranch

"So that they wouldn't have as much work to do. So we did everything that we had to do in. Most of what we were doing was removing a launch constraint bolts. There were extra bolts panels put in to make it a strong enough to survive the launch. But we're not required. Once it was on orbit hand to come out. So. We're moving all the launch restraint, volts panels. We went into the F GB, and we cleaned all filters. We opened up, you know, once the system Certa running in the fans were running to scrub the air and everything any debris that didn't get caught on the ground was now on all the filters. So we cleaned all the filters in the modules in just continued to get set up and ready for for the crew that night. I had a rule that I had a couple of crew members that really needed eight hours of sleep. So on the mid of the orbiter my rule was we're going to we're going to darken ship on amid when it's sleep time in you can stay up. You don't have to go to bed. If you don't wanna you can sit up on flight deck look out the window. You know, send emails home, whatever. But you gotta be quiet. Jim Neuman stayed up late. He was up on the flight deck in this was when you know, the crude gone to bid were docked to the space station hatches open and everything in we slept on the orbiter in. He goes he wants to go look space station one more time and before he goes to sleep. So he goes down on being really quiet, you know in. We're my where I was sleeping in Nancy crew was sleeping. It was where the airlock used to be. We had these big bags in their we call them refrigerator bags, but it hit all the stuff that we were taking up space space station leaving stuff on it and everything in I was snuggled between two of them and she between two others, and he went between them in the middle in. He doesn't wanna wake me, you know. And he goes into the airlock turns the corner and goes up into the space station, and who does he find? But me and Sergei Krikalev in the space station in hard to leave. It was so we were just doing work. We were just doing more hit. And we were just talking about. What does this mean? What is the future of what we have done here in? He joined us in. If you were on a we set up sleep shifts on the orbiter was like eight hours of sleep. So think of it is I'm going to bed at eleven o'clock at night. I'm getting up at seven in the morning. All right. That's my eight hours of sleep. And I think it was finally about four o'clock in the morning, and I turned to Jim and Sarah gay. And I said, that's it. You know, we're done. We gotta get some sleep. We've got a really busy day tomorrow. We're going to close things up, you know, in get ready for another VA in. So I made the three of us go to sleep. But that was a special night. I mean, it was just just to be in the space station spending. All that time in there. Making the log book entry talking about what? What the future of this was what it meant to be working together to lay the groundwork to establish a presence in you know, I look back now in anybody that is eighteen years old or younger in the world has never known a time that there weren't humans in space since October two thousand we've hit a permanent crew on the international space station. And that's our destiny is to establish that presence to learn to explore to go beyond our home planet. I just you know, it was pretty special. Unbelievable. Program together working together. And this. It's really outstanding hardware. Sided..

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"sergei krikalev" Discussed on NASACast Audio

NASACast Audio

04:00 min | 2 years ago

"sergei krikalev" Discussed on NASACast Audio

"So that they wouldn't have as much work to do. So we did everything that we had to do in. Most of what we were doing was removing a launch constraint bolts. There were extra bolts panels put in to make it a strong enough to survive the launch. But we're not required. Once it was on orbit hand to come out. So. We're moving all the launch restraint, volts panels. We went into the F GB, and we cleaned all filters. We opened up, you know, once the system Certa running in the fans were running to scrub the air and everything any debris that didn't get caught on the ground was now on all the filters. So we cleaned all the filters in the modules in just continued to get set up and ready for for the crew that night. I had a rule that I had a couple of crew members that really needed eight hours of sleep. So on the mid of the orbiter my rule was we're going to we're going to darken ship on amid when it's sleep time in you can stay up. You don't have to go to bed. If you don't wanna you can sit up on flight deck look out the window. You know, send emails home, whatever. But you gotta be quiet. Jim Neuman stayed up late. He was up on the flight deck in this was when you know, the crude gone to bid were docked to the space station hatches open and everything in we slept on the orbiter in. He goes he wants to go look space station one more time and before he goes to sleep. So he goes down on being really quiet, you know in. We're my where I was sleeping in Nancy crew was sleeping. It was where the airlock used to be. We had these big bags in their we call them refrigerator bags, but it hit all the stuff that we were taking up space space station leaving stuff on it and everything in I was snuggled between two of them and she between two others, and he went between them in the middle in. He doesn't wanna wake me, you know. And he goes into the airlock turns the corner and goes up into the space station, and who does he find? But me and Sergei Krikalev in the space station in hard to leave. It was so we were just doing work. We were just doing more hit. And we were just talking about. What does this mean? What is the future of what we have done here in? He joined us in. If you were on a we set up sleep shifts on the orbiter was like eight hours of sleep. So think of it is I'm going to bed at eleven o'clock at night. I'm getting up at seven in the morning. All right. That's my eight hours of sleep. And I think it was finally about four o'clock in the morning, and I turned to Jim and Sarah gay. And I said, that's it. You know, we're done. We gotta get some sleep. We've got a really busy day tomorrow. We're going to close things up, you know, in get ready for another VA in. So I made the three of us go to sleep. But that was a special night. I mean, it was just just to be in the space station spending. All that time in there. Making the log book entry talking about what? What the future of this was what it meant to be working together to lay the groundwork to establish a presence in you know, I look back now in anybody that is eighteen years old or younger in the world has never known a time that there weren't humans in space since October two thousand we've hit a permanent crew on the international space station. And that's our destiny is to establish that presence to learn to explore to go beyond our home planet. I just you know, it was pretty special. Unbelievable. Program together working together. And this. It's really outstanding hardware. Sided..

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KQED Radio

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"sergei krikalev" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And brought down power lines with it. When it started Boston, all transformers. And all the telephone posts already coming down. It was a domino effect. Snapback everybody's safe but his wife. Diane says the stress of putting their home back together is settling in for NPR news. I'm Dolores Hinckley in Panama City, the Russian space agency has clarified the chain of events in yesterday's dramatic emergency landing of a Soyuz capsule. Matthew Bader reports from Moscow the two man crew survived the launch aborted after about two minutes. Russian space agency, executive and cosmonaut. Sergei Krikalev told reporters today that one of the rockets Foreside boosters did not properly jettison and struck the body of the Soyuz rocket. He described a chain of events that corresponds with what could be seen from video footage of the rocket and strength from within the cabin, the rocket was damaged and knocked off course, the Russian accident investigation team has begun work in Krikalev says they should have results later this month. This indicates confidence that the problem can be identified and resolved quickly. Meanwhile, the head of the Russian space agency said today that the crew of yesterday's launch. Will be given another chance to fly sometime early next year for NPR news. I'm Matthew in Moscow. The Vatican says pope Francis will make late archbishop Oscar Romero of El Salvador, a Saint on Sunday NPR's, Danny? Hey, check reports the controversial Romero was assassinated in nineteen eighty while. He was saying mass. He was a fighter for Justice. And they called him the voice of the voiceless. This was a time when El Salvador's military regime, which was supported by the United States killed kidnapped and tortured civilians, many of them the poorest in society. And so remember ran this commission that investigated human rights abuses, and every Sunday during mass he named victims of murder and the countless disappeared, and it was incredibly dangerous for him to do that in his homilies were broadcast on the radio, and they became sort of like. Newscasts for the poor NPR's Janney. Hey, Jack reporting, this is NPR from K Q weedy news. Good morning. I'm Tiffany Cam high. San Francisco's transbay transit center is now expected to reopen. Fremont street no later than next Wednesday Kiwi. Peter Jon Shuler reports. Efforts to shore up cracked beams that shut down the center is taking some time. Fremont street was supposed to reopen by the end of this week. But senior construction manager Dennis Tertia told a meeting of the transbay joint powers of thority board that the design of the temporary towers to take the load off the crack beams was still evolving when the date was set he said, they hoped to reopen the street sooner than Wednesday. The seventeenth is a no later than date, but we will be opening as soon as we get to that point of transfer. And the team is working very hard to beat that officials said they still don't know the cause of the cracks or when a permanent fix will be in place to allow the center to reopen. I'm Peter, Jon. Schuler news union officials say the strike by thousands of Marriott hotel workers in San Francisco now entering its second. Week is not expected to end anytime soon here's cake, Ted Goldberg unite here local to says it's labor action is far from resolution the union represents more than two thousand Marietta employees who walked off the job last Thursday, similar strikes by Marriott workers are taking place in Oakland. San Jose in cities around the country. The union says it wants a livable income, affordable healthcare, see workloads and job. Security. Marriott continues to say it's disappointed in the strike and its hotels will stay open during the action a union organizer says in the coming days, the two sides played to meet for the first time since the strike began. I'm Ted Gilbert.

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