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The Left Is So Upset With Elon Musk

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:48 min | 2 d ago

The Left Is So Upset With Elon Musk

"The left is really upset with Elon Musk. Why are they upset with Elon Musk? Because he won't listen. He won't heal. He won't do what they need him to do. You know, when I have Briggs and I want to bring him right up to me, there's a German command called foos, which means get beside me and cut it out. You know, any dog owner Victor marks, you see with a dog. Get over here. Cut it out. It's actually another German word phooey. He's knock it off. It's very direct. That's how the left treats their own. And they've been saying to Elon Musk the last couple of weeks, foos, foos, get beside me, come to heal, and Elon's like, no. I'm not going to. Now the latest tabulations of where his net worth is, they kind of re tabulated every single day. It's about $221 billion today. He certainly has the net worth still to be able to purchase Twitter. We don't even know how valuable SpaceX is. SpaceX is probably way more valuable than anything they publicly disclose. Elon's going to be just fine. For those of you that are like, wow, Tesla stock is really down. I don't think he's going to have to take out a second mortgage anytime soon. However, it does dampen his potential purchasing power. But the left hates Elon because he will not be totally and completely blindly obedient to everything they tell him to do. You see, the way it's supposed to work. And by the way, Jeff Bezos is getting a little Elon Musk energy recently. I'm not a fan of Bezos, but Bezos is like angrily tweeting towards Biden too. He's like, hey, we as elites, we could think towards ourselves like, okay, Jeff Bezos, we'll see how long that lasts. We'll see if you keep on getting your Pentagon contracts. And Jeff Bezos will heal. Trust me. You want to talk about a guy who is all bark and no bite, that's Bezos. Elon Musk, he just might be wild and eccentric enough actually to challenge the regime. I think he

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Russian Space Chief Dmitry Rogozin Apparently Threatens Elon Musk

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:30 min | Last week

Russian Space Chief Dmitry Rogozin Apparently Threatens Elon Musk

"The head of Russia's space agency threatened Elon Musk. Now I don't know what Elon Musk. I don't own any Tesla stock as far as I know it might be in a mutual fund. But I'll tell you what. He's an American who's been threatened by the Russian. So I asked national security adviser Robert C O'Brien to join me this morning to talk about that and big tech generally. Good morning ambassador O'Brien, how are you? Good morning to you, great to be with you. First of all, do you work for Elon Musk? I know you consult for a bunch of big companies is Tesla, one of them, or a SpaceX. No, we don't work for Elon, but Elon feel free to call us. We want to help you. Well, first of all, tell me, what did you think of a Russian official threatening in American citizens? Well, this is a very serious issue. Especially in light of the fact that Russia has a history of assassinating its opponents and so the FBI is almost certainly consulted with Elon. There's a duty to warn that the FBI has for American citizens who have been threatened by foreign governments. And unfortunately, it happens more and more with China ran now Russia getting into this game of threatened Americans. So Elon, I'm sure has great security. You can certainly afford it. But the U.S. because of Elon's role in the Ukraine crisis and the great work that these companies have done really ought to be thinking about supplementing his security, at least giving them daily intelligence feeds and potentially giving him government security to work with his private folks. I mean, this is a very serious threat. Very

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SpaceX brings 4 astronauts home, then launches 53 satellites

AP News Radio

00:59 min | 2 weeks ago

SpaceX brings 4 astronauts home, then launches 53 satellites

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Elon Musk Is Clearly Having Fun on Twitter

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:08 min | 3 weeks ago

Elon Musk Is Clearly Having Fun on Twitter

"Elon Musk is clearly having fun on Twitter. And it's nice. I mean, if you're gonna spend $44 billion to buy the platform, you may as well have a little fun. And I think what we're seeing from Musk is a little bit more self expression than we're used to because I've followed Musk for a while and typically he was he would post things that were going on with SpaceX and things going on with Tesla once in a while he'd offer a comment, but it looks like he's, well, I can't say letting his hair down. He's got a little bit of the king Kim Jong-un style. So he can't really let his hair down. But he's having fun. And he's really showing by example what it means to have free speech. By which I mean that you've got all these people bashing Elon Musk. In fact, here is a comment by someone on Twitter. They say that Elon Musk has invited the world to abuse them verbally on his own property. That's my definition of a gracious and generous host. And Elon Musk has a rye, but very telling response, he goes, freedom of speech means freedom of speech.

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Does Elon Musk Have the Gov't Over a Barrel? Darren Beattie Explains

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:55 sec | 3 weeks ago

Does Elon Musk Have the Gov't Over a Barrel? Darren Beattie Explains

"Is there a calculus in Elon's mind that the government needs him more than he needs the government? For example, SpaceX is doing basically all of the work of the United States Space Force right now from satellite technology to missions to international space mission. Does Elon feel as if he's got the U.S. government over a barrel? You know, that's a great observation and it could just be if he pulls this off, it will that will be a major factor that he's become too big to fail. And he's waited long enough to show his hand and actually to turn against him because if he showed inklings in this direction, just 5 years ago, ten years ago, they would have never let him get exactly right. And now he's at this point and he does have some leverage. The only question is how existential is it to the regime to prevent free speech? I think it actually is existential and will do everything in their power to prevent it.

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SpaceX launches 4 astronauts for NASA after private flight

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 3 weeks ago

SpaceX launches 4 astronauts for NASA after private flight

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Elon Musk Is One Step Closer to Owning Twitter

The Trish Regan Show

02:19 min | Last month

Elon Musk Is One Step Closer to Owning Twitter

"Out. Let's get to Elon Musk because I think it's increasingly likely that this guy gets Twitter as much as it's driving some people in certain circles quite crazy. I detailed yesterday. I went through the SEC filing and I looked at what the actual financing looked like. There is a new development I'm going to get to that just momentarily because it looks like he's creating a holding company that could apparently be for maybe three companies. Anyway, let's talk about the money. He's got 25 and a half $1 billion from banks, led by Morgan Stanley, so Morgan Stanley, who is his adviser, investment banker in this. And they've gone out and worked with other banks to get him the financing 25 and half $1 billion lined up from the banks. Now, part of that is a margin loan against his shares of Tesla, 12 and a half $1 billion. Margin loan against Tesla don't forget Tesla has just been killing and earnings of 81% the other day. Not entirely clear whether that upside can continue only because of the supply chain problems that have been going on. But again, Tesla just really, really doing well proving, I would say once again, the brilliance, the brilliance of Elon Musk. $21 billion is going to come out of his own pocket. He's shelling out 21 billion of his own money for Twitter. This is how much he cares about this project, which makes sense. You look at some of the other things that he's been in and whether it be the EV industry, which has been obviously important to him, whether it's the SpaceX, another industry, clearly clearly very important. In his view, it is important to own Twitter because this is otherwise threatening in his view to democracy. He's described Twitter and did this the other day on a TED Talk as effectively the town square. And so he wants to edge on the side of allowing a lot of speech, a lot of diverse speech as opposed to immediately shutting it down and you know where I stand on that. So I think he's got a really good shot at getting this company. The flip side would be does somebody else say, wait a second, we just don't want him to have it. And so we're going to partner up and get all the money we can and make this absolutely impossible for him to take Twitter out.

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US intelligence satellite launched from California

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | Last month

US intelligence satellite launched from California

"A a a a classified classified classified classified satellite satellite satellite satellite has has has has been been been been launched launched launched launched into into into into space space space space from from from from California California California California aboard aboard aboard aboard a a a a SpaceX SpaceX SpaceX SpaceX rocket rocket rocket rocket I'm I'm I'm I'm Ben Ben Ben Ben Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas with with with with the the the the story story story story five five five five the the the the two two two two stage stage stage stage SpaceX SpaceX SpaceX SpaceX falcon falcon falcon falcon nine nine nine nine rocket rocket rocket rocket lifted lifted lifted lifted off off off off at at at at six six six six thirteen thirteen thirteen thirteen AM AM AM AM Sunday Sunday Sunday Sunday from from from from Vandenberg Vandenberg Vandenberg Vandenberg space space space space for for for for space space space space in in in in California California California California nine nine nine go go go and and and R. R. R. O. O. O. L. L. L. eighty eighty eighty five five five U. U. U. S. S. S. national national national reconnaissance reconnaissance reconnaissance office office office described described described the the the satellite satellite satellite only only only as as as a a a critical critical critical national national national security security security payloads payloads payloads the the the N. N. N. R. R. R. O. O. O. is is is in in in charge charge charge of of of developing developing developing building building building launching launching launching and and and maintaining maintaining maintaining satellites satellites satellites that that that provide provide provide intelligence intelligence intelligence data data data to to to senior senior senior policy policy policy makers makers makers the the the intelligence intelligence intelligence community community community and and and the the the defense defense defense department department department Brandenburg Brandenburg Brandenburg says says says it it it was was was the the the first first first mission mission mission by by by the the the NRO NRO NRO two two two reviews reviews reviews a a a SpaceX SpaceX SpaceX rocket rocket rocket booster booster booster the the the falcons falcons falcons first first first stage stage stage flew flew flew back back back landing landing landing at at at a a a seaside seaside seaside base base base northwest northwest northwest of of of Los Los Los Angeles Angeles Angeles H. H. H. one one one leading leading leading confirmed confirmed confirmed I'm I'm I'm Ben Ben Ben Thomas Thomas Thomas

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He won a trip to space. Then he gave it away to a friend

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 4 months ago

He won a trip to space. Then he gave it away to a friend

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China urges US to protect its space station from satellites

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 5 months ago

China urges US to protect its space station from satellites

"China China is is urging urging the the U. U. S. S. to to protected protected space space station station and and crew crew after after the the Chinese Chinese government government complain complain that that satellites satellites launched launched by by Ilan Ilan musk musk SpaceX SpaceX nearly nearly struck struck their their station station the the bar bar minister minister accused accused Washington Washington of of ignoring ignoring its its treaty treaty obligations obligations to to protect protect the the three three member member crew crew following following what what it it says says were were incidents incidents in in July July and and October October the the Chinese Chinese government government said said in in a a complaint complaint to to the the United United Nations Nations their their space space station station performed performed evasive evasive maneuvers maneuvers to to prevent prevent a a potential potential collision collision with with starlink starlink satellites satellites the the foreign foreign ministry ministry says says the the U. U. S. S. should should take take immediate immediate measures measures to to prevent prevent such such incidents incidents from from happening happening again again SpaceX SpaceX is is launching launching the the satellites satellites as as part part of of a a global global internet internet system system I'm I'm Julie Julie Walker Walker

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Time magazine's "Person of the Year" is Elon Musk

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 5 months ago

Time magazine's "Person of the Year" is Elon Musk

"The the head head of of Tesla Tesla and and the the space space exploration exploration company company SpaceX SpaceX is is time time magazine's magazine's man man of of the the year year calling calling him him a a clown clown genius genius visionary visionary industrialist industrialist and and showman showman time time magazine magazine has has named named Tessler Tessler founder founder and and CEO CEO E. E. long long musk musk as as its its person person of of the the year year for for twenty twenty twenty twenty one one musk musk is is estimated estimated to to be be the the richest richest person person in in the the world world with with a a net net worth worth of of around around three three hundred hundred billion billion dollars dollars tester tester shares shares have have risen risen about about sixty sixty percent percent in in the the past past year year helping helping musk musk to to pass pass Amazon Amazon founder founder Jeff Jeff Bezos Bezos as as the the world's world's richest richest person person with with a a market market value value at at about about a a trillion trillion dollars dollars Tesla Tesla is is by by far far the the most most valuable valuable car car maker maker in in the the world world I'm I'm surely surely Adler Adler

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NASA delays astronaut moon landing to 2025

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 6 months ago

NASA delays astronaut moon landing to 2025

"NASA is delaying putting astronauts back on the moon former president Donald Trump had wanted a moon landing by twenty twenty four bring in the glamour back to it because most of the hammer lost everything NASA administrator bill Nelson says the date has been pushed back to twenty twenty five at the earliest because Congress did not provide enough money to develop a landing system fort Artemis moon program this time private companies will be competing for ten or more moon landings by astronauts there are legal issues involving Jeff Bezos's blue origin and eagle on musk SpaceX masses last lunar landing by astronauts happened during Apollo seventeen in nineteen seventy two altogether twelve men explored the moon's surface the last the late gene Cernan I

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Four space station astronauts wrap up 199-day mission

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 6 months ago

Four space station astronauts wrap up 199-day mission

"A SpaceX capsule safely delivered for astronauts back to earth late Monday ending a two hundred day mission at the international space station mission control greeted the astronauts back to planet earth welcome aboard the recovery vessel as recovery boats moved in with spotlights to secure the capsule that splash down into the waters off the coast of Pensacola Florida the homecoming came just eight hours after they left the international space station paving the way for SpaceX to launch for replacements this week the two American Japanese and French astronauts were delayed because of high winds it was not the most comfortable ride back the toilet in their capsule was broken but the astronaut shrugged that off is just one more challenge in their mission hi Jackie

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SpaceX needs to tame toilet trouble before weekend launch

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 7 months ago

SpaceX needs to tame toilet trouble before weekend launch

"Hundreds of space X. workers are involved in fixing a toilet leak before weekend launch of a dragon capsule it's not the same type of leak you might have in your home bathroom SpaceX officials say during last month's private flight or two but came unglued spilling urine on to fans and beneath the floor and it happened inside a dragon capsule at the international space station SpaceX crews have well did the urine flushing tube that's inside the newest space capsule named in Torrance but the private company and NASA need to make sure the leaks won't compromise a capsule launching early Sunday from the Kennedy Space Center or another that's been parked at the international space station since April I'm Jackie Quinn

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Inspiration4 Crew Returns to Earth After Historic Flight

NBC Nightly News

01:50 min | 8 months ago

Inspiration4 Crew Returns to Earth After Historic Flight

"Historic journey to spaces on the books tonight. The spacex dragon capsule the splashdown in the atlantic ocean. Off the coast of florida with the world's first all civilian four member crew give is in port canaveral candice. This adventure has been ground. Baking in so many ways it hasn't been groundbreaking and shows that the sky is really no limit for civilians. And i'll tell you. We heard this gigantic thud here in port. Canaveral as dragon capsule made its way through the atmosphere. And then that just beautiful landing in the atlantic ocean wrapping up this beautiful journey tonight. The return to earth the first all civilian space crew to orbit the earth wrapping their history-making three day mission. We're giving all of our time right now to you science research and some ukulele playing and trying to raise awareness for an important cause for us back on earth the inspiration for billionaire jared isaac men. Who's bankrolling the trip bone cancer survivor. Haley arsenault scien- proctor. The first black woman to pilot spacecraft and chris brown sqi who won his ticket through sweepstakes there last hours in space spent taking in the views snapping photos in the specially designed capsule dome even chatting with bano the blasted off from cape canaveral. Wednesday evening on a spacex rocket their capsule the dragon measuring thirteen feet wide. Their home as they whizzed around earth at seventeen thousand miles an hour. It's been really interesting to see how fluid shifts with my gravity environment mission part science to determine the effects of space on the human body and park charity more than one hundred fifty billion dollars raised for saint jude's children's hospital where arsenal works patients. They're getting a rare treat. Thursday

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Inside Look at World’s First 3D-Printed Rocket

NBC Nightly News

01:53 min | 8 months ago

Inside Look at World’s First 3D-Printed Rocket

"Now to our series the new space race in our exclusive inside. Look at something that could revolutionize space travel. It's the world's first three d. printed rocket. Here's jacob board. It wants took thousands of american engineers more than a decade to get something into space. Now this company says it's huge three d. printers can make a rocket in two months. Maybe less we have a fourth generation printer if you haven't talked about publicly yet but it's ten times faster printing than this so instead of building a rocket few slides in sixty days. It'll take six days. Not only can the company make the big parts of a rocket like a nosecone but they can also make all the intricate components of the engines to one zero. The first launch plan for twenty twenty. Two relativity rockets is like a lower budget competitor to spacex carrying satellites for nasa the department of defense and a half dozen private companies at about a quarter of competing launch prices. But with one point three billion in funding it doesn't exactly feel low budget clients. I'm assuming are going to pay you enough to somehow make this all work more than enough to justify it. We make twelve million dollars launch from the customers. We signed up. We've signed up more launches than any other company in history before flying. Ellis doesn't just want to make deliveries into orbit though. I want to put a million people in mars. How far out into space do you think a commercial space industry can take it. It's really about the time line. And i think i liked it very much to back when we found founded the new world with christopher columbus. Yes certainly it'll be government. I dislike the new world was and then it'll transform into commercial. Ancient ambitions built on new

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1st All-Civilian SpaceX Crew Launches Into Orbit

The Adam Carolla Show

01:03 min | 8 months ago

1st All-Civilian SpaceX Crew Launches Into Orbit

"There at it. Elon musk space. Company made history wednesday after its first all civilian mission launched from cape canaveral florida. The mission is called inspiration for sent. Four civilians into orbit Got a geo. Scientists a us air force vet a physician's assistant who was also a cancer. Survivor and jared isaac men. He's the billionaire. Who purchased the flight to help raise money for childhood cancer. They'll be flying about one hundred miles higher than the international space station. They'll carry out some experiments you about balance and testing. Their blood will be there for three days. They're expected to splash down in the atlantic on saturday and they're not docking anywhere so they took the like basically the the sun roof off. You usually have that closed because that's dachshunds. So now they have this giant window above them and they're just like us overeating now. Yeah they went up this morning. We sorry yesterday yesterday.

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SpaceX Launches Four Civilians Into Orbit on Historic Inspiration4 Flight

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

00:52 sec | 8 months ago

SpaceX Launches Four Civilians Into Orbit on Historic Inspiration4 Flight

"Interference by american digital giants spacex is first private flight streaked into orbit on wednesday night with to contest winners a healthcare worker and they're rich sponsor the most ambitious leap yet in space tourism. It was the first time a space craft circled the earth with an all amateur crew and no professional astronauts. The dragon capsules to men and two women will be spending three days going around the planet from an unusually high orbit a hundred miles higher than the international space station before splashing down the florida coast this weekend. It spacex founder. elon musk's first entry in the competition for space. tourism. Dollars jared isaac. Mun is the third billionaire to launch this summer. Following the

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"spacex" Discussed on The Fractal Marketing Podcast - with Gerard Doyle

The Fractal Marketing Podcast - with Gerard Doyle

05:16 min | 1 year ago

"spacex" Discussed on The Fractal Marketing Podcast - with Gerard Doyle

"To challenge so said spacex is had such a complex story to sell to by clients and to the water public about the the way you checked spice program to work the fact. That wasn't possible before is now going to be possible. If we can create rockets that can launch and can land but those first images of rockets tests rockets coming down and crushing must have felt like such a challenge to be able to deal with in terms of the marketing pr. And i think that's why pay out such a big part of this story. Normally in a baby brand is about protection is about risk mitigation. But these guys have done probably one of the best payoffs stunts in the last few years with the car in bay launching a car into space. I mean that's something that you only see. With the biggest boldest brands in the beta say spice. But i think it was all about this idea that they were trying to break down. The perception of what people thought was good in spice and take them along with this journey. And that's where. I think he's found a even more credit to be given to him as a found brand because he is carrying that message along with him the company's absolutely teaching people as a guy. That's what the video is a medium to be highly transparent. But also i think because they see him as an innovator. The widest stakeholder group are prepared for mistakes. They're okay with fire because they say this guy's being on the fringe you know on the fringe of the next innovation. Wave rather than trialing. So it's so much work to do and to be honest. It's one of the few brands where i'd say you don't get too much of that without any money. Let's be honest. there's a lot of money in place. There's definitely win but a lot of it's just brute force in a lot of money. But i will take the fa. I completely agree that the presence of a found to sell the story in the case caught a complex one is absolutely k. c. I definitely go onto back to spacex. But i yeah you just. You can't talk about spacex without talking about. Musk and to me..

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"spacex" Discussed on SPACE NEWS POD

SPACE NEWS POD

03:01 min | 1 year ago

"spacex" Discussed on SPACE NEWS POD

"So think about what they've done. The last ten years with spacex and they went from literally like rocket that could barely get to orbit to landing almost every single falcon nine tomorrow. They're going to be launching in one of these things. Going to be watching one of these falcon nine with the crew dragon. Top this thing. Giant falcon nine official space. Sounds this is just a display case. It'd just play stand legs. Go down to this. i was talking about. Have all the nerd. Space stuff But yeah they're going to be launching and landing these things tomorrow. Don't follow i fell. Can you stay. There is going to deliver prop you up against the wall. Buddy kaye. go spacex estimated. Yeah so yeah imagine. Ten years. From now what spacex is going to be doing they're going to be making starship to the moon like are they gonna be building starship to twice as big as starship. What did you get the falcon nine model. I got an oetzi. There's a ton of at let me see the might have been spaceship balls but if you would like felker heavy check check this out to this smaller falcon heavy by the way talking. Heavy bo. Hymns opio h oetzi. You can get these things this school so this is like a you know you put on your desk. Put on your nightstand or something. It's like just big enough that it's it's cool but let me show you how starship hola i'll tell you what's what the story was starship balls nazi that's one more than four times than starship thinks to orbital space have right. I think that'd be crazy. If that actually happens some thinking about getting a starship from the same people they have numerous numerous star ships superheavy one four one one forty fourth size model. And that's like it's like up to my much smaller than that when i think. Yeah yeah the one. That i got is five feet tall five feet tall. No not five feet tall. They want this tall. Do.

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"spacex" Discussed on SPACE NEWS POD

SPACE NEWS POD

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"spacex" Discussed on SPACE NEWS POD

"Like this beautiful silver beast. Why can scroll up that's weird. It's not squirrelly Because it's as area there then has that top farther but the very top. I'm trying to get the top. But they have their thing. So let's let's just like right up here. The top rate there assist us. This one is an example. I mean that's the only place or if this lid flops open where the windows are best. The only thing. I can think of to aboard. You know that's all i can think of but i don't think that's even like rocket propulsion to open up the laid. I don't know. I don't think that's even a possibility anything. That's a possibility. So the the non abort. It's i think it's going to be It's a scary situation in that point. But you've got to trust the engineering. You've got to trust the people that built the think. And hopefully spacex configure out a way to do it as safe as possible. They're going to do a lot of testing too. So you know. I don't think it's the safest idea to not have won. But also you're getting to right do you trust. Do you trust a human during the landing of a starship. Ooh yeah that's no no. I don't know the thing is huge. The thing's massive absolutely massive. There's no way there's no way anybody anything. No one land. No one has ever landed anything like that before. Not that big. So you'd have to train somebody you'd be literally the first person ever land that thing it's going to be automated. It's going to be automated. It's gotta be because you can't see what is going to go on like you're going to have video like you're going to have monitors down there you're gonna have you're gonna have cameras at the bottom but once you get close to mars things are gonna kick up and he won't be able to see anything so it's kinda like i mean it's way way big I think it has to be entirely automated with automatic kickouts because otherwise someone will hit that button sooner or later and that's the problem. Yeah exactly somebody will be like you know. May maybe a little bit twitchy that day like gigantic.

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"spacex" Discussed on Space Nuts

Space Nuts

05:00 min | 1 year ago

"spacex" Discussed on Space Nuts

"Fred and the the launch of spice of four astronauts into space and have been dropped off at the international space station hatch and said. Just go down there up. Yeah that's right so that the reason why this is a major milestone is this launch of four that in their dragon crew also crow dragon capsule this is the first basically the first routine service taxes of astronauts to the international space station. Courtesy of spacex. And so it's really quantum also so we we still a few months ago the to the first two astronauts to be sent up to the international space station in a Dragon capsule they were the the the first test crew. But what we've seen today is the first routine crew. Four astronauts there are three americans and one japanese astronauts. They will join two americans in one sorry to russians and one american were already aboard board the international space station. And if you add those Seven those the the number of astronauts on board at the moment the international space station was designed to to to hold six. Okay so someone's really that more or less probably sleeping in the in the dragon dragon capsules. Which what else should be more room than the you know the combination space in the international she has they toss a coin to decide who it is but it wouldn't come down just keeps throwing great stuff so it's it's tomorrow stone the big story but it's a great. It's great news for for the the wellbeing of spice blood generally but also for nasa plans to use commercial services in order to a lot of the what you might call the donkey. What can they despise expiration You'll i'm sure ayla mask would love your calling donkey work all right somebody to do it yes. Somebody's got to do service work. The taxi service. Whatever you wanna call it. Do we know what they're going to be doing up there..

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"spacex" Discussed on Space Nuts

Space Nuts

04:14 min | 2 years ago

"spacex" Discussed on Space Nuts

"The fifteen seconds guiding journal Chan ignition sequence spence nets three to one space. Neal's good hello again and thank you for joining us on this. The two hundred and fourth edition of the space nuts podcast. It's great to have your company yet again and joining me as always is professor Fred. What's an astronomer at large for Ed? Good I might ask and that was pretty. Ordinary is terrible. It's something that non native could really handled. So you can always pick a feick but Yeah I I do it again today. We've got a couple of launch stories to talk about the involving space x and Virgin One that may or may not happen and my own mind have happened by the time people of her podcast and the other that did happen and then it didn't so we'll talk about that. A new planet formation has been discovered by the The the bail t sandwich telescope Or The veil take as we call it the very large telescope. And we've got a couple of questions one about redshift. And we've got an audio question from Giuliano in Wellington New Zealand which will get stuck into soon. I like his question because it does bring up some philosophical concepts in terms of intellectual Or extraterrestrial intelligence finding us and we have talked about that before in terms of how would the world react if they discovered tomorrow that there's extraterrestrial life intelligent life but what if they found us? I is what we're GONNA be talking about today. So we got to tackle all of these questions and situations on space knots. So let's start off with space x Fred They rum basically gearing up for launch. This week which may or may not have happened by the time people are listening to this podcast and I think the problem they facing at the moment is weather. Exactly right unders. So yeah we we kind of hope guess. Both you and I are hoping that this is redundant information. By the time the podcast reaches the if let's one of the two pillars of act have raisin obeying adequacy and redundancy shape by the ton. Well well for redundant anyway so Story well with covering from where we sit at the moment Less than twenty four hours before the launch. It's very exciting. We have the first crude mission from the United States since the space shuttle to US astronauts banged and Doug Hurley and a US built by craft. A SPACEX FALCON nine is the the launch vehicle and crew dragon is the capsule will carry these two astronauts into orbit and of course it will be launched from pad thirty nine to cannot whether the five on the shuffles left from so a big moment in space history. And I am excited about it. I think many people a it it. It's not just about national pride The fact that the American astronauts have had to use of the Soyuz shuttle service spacecraft for the last nine years to to get up and down the space station. That of course is something that quite keen to move away from just to give more flexibility as well as anything else but It's also cheaper. It's SPACEX can do it. Cheaper than most cosmos can do buy quite a significant margin It's not a cheap trip to bit Andrew Have you got any ideas?.

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"spacex" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"spacex" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Of the SpaceX capsule is still a go down now several severe weather is threatening the SpaceX launch but the astronauts are on board and getting ready for whatever happens to happen this would be the first launch other American by Americans into space in ten years that right what astronaut union what we sent over all you said thanks Obama yeah they turned nasty in the climate change research no I thought you said they want to know mama antennae and I missed that if that if that happened but you said no thanks Obama up Hey folks if you're online all day if you're sharing information and you're working you know it's just good form to make sure that what you're sending and receiving is kept private you may think nobody cares what you're doing actually you know this the egg that'll exact opposite most people think that everybody spying on them most people think that everybody's trying to find out what they're doing because most people think that their lives are so exciting and everybody would love to be living them the truth of the matter is you don't you you need more than just a password protects an email account or a bank account a password does not guarantee you full privacy cyber criminals can access your laptop on your phone using malware and you'd be surprised how easily they can accomplish that and then they just use brute force to eliminate the bad passwords and eventually find.

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"spacex" Discussed on Aviation Week's Check 6 Podcast

Aviation Week's Check 6 Podcast

05:58 min | 2 years ago

"spacex" Discussed on Aviation Week's Check 6 Podcast

"The other none any value. Yeah Yeah do you have in Napa as a development partner speed you up or slow you down you think at some is some technology areas audibly they. They're they're out. I think US along in other areas. I don't WANNA say they slowed us down because we had to get a Yes for them to they. Yes right and so we had to do analysis that we work with down through the design process and through the analysis process. And then the reading. Nine Still I. I don't really want to characterized slowing US down. We ended up being extremely thorough because of the partnership without. So maybe we would applaud. Faster on Nafta not been working with US Open. Many many. They wouldn't have been successful so I'm not sure I would do things any differently. As far as it might be different technology choices like we started out with our with cre dragon regarding to come and then ended up being really really really hard. And NASA wasn't sure how they were certified that so not only wasn't technology hard would have been difficult. Nafta is more audible with parachutes. So you know they just been using them for things so we now know how to promote of Liane a rocket bobby many times in south so when we got our down now and so we'll the let's quick versus starship. Three years in we decided to pull the and not be that in sleight.

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"spacex" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"spacex" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"You on this Tuesday wait a minute what's the day let me check it is the nineteenth of may just serve your now let it went along all right down may twenty seventh because SpaceX is going to send its first manned launch two astronauts will be on a SpaceX rocket to the international space this is huge for me it's gonna be great historic yeah what's so slash.

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"spacex" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

07:47 min | 2 years ago

"spacex" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Entirely that's a great position to be in when you're a close call company that's not opened stock trade SpaceX's starlink constellation will be a giant thousands of satellite constellation in orbit to provide worldwide internet capabilities they've already launched five times I think I can win and lose count this'll many each launch put sixty satellites up they hope to do between one and two launches a year for the rest of the year so by the end of this year they can start selling use of this constellation this week they will going to this past weekend they were going to launch another sixty satellites on a falcon nine rocket unfortunately they got to T. minus zero and then the computer system software on the rocket shut down the engines even as they started the fire it shut them down it apparently was that the software was detecting the if he's one of those rocket engines was not producing the thrust it requires and so it automatically shut down now I mean they have rescheduled listening for this week and so it really wasn't anything serious it was just the software as tolerances to protect the operation of the the launch and so they look at alternatives sited that everything's okay and they're going to try to launch again but so this is the case once again SpaceX's engineering is good sense failure without delaying their operations significantly Johnson I made you're good decision at NASA this has to do with **** plans for the immediate future the trump administration future and also the SLS system that and the Orion system that conjoins it Bob and I've spoken of for many years and is many years behind development but the major announcement Bob is going to present as logical B. he's he's been building us up to this for some time what's happened Bob well they have made the decision the new head of NASA's manned program this is a guide to go for the guy they're running for many many years and it was double of RO he has made a decision on the finance decision that they have revised their plans to get to the moon using SLS and o'brien to get and land on the moon by twenty twenty four they provide those plans to drop the lunar gateway as a poor part of those plans and this is something I've complained about now for about four years this this this this crazy plan to build a a AD intermittently occupied space station in lunar orbit where all our missions would have to dock with first before going to the moon and the old it was such it was going to require more fuel more power more quick made more money and more time to get it done who's gonna slows down so significantly would be stocked intermittently in lunar orbit watching the Chinese take all and so I've been complaining about this a lot of people have to the new guy has announced they've eliminated if they did the trump administration has been easing gateway out last year they not mandate de emphasized it so it was no longer the priority to build it they will gonna still go there first and then go to the moon but they've now decided to drop it completely and that's going to change how they're going to build a lunar landers because it doesn't require as much equipment to do so and that probably explains also why they've held back issuing the contracts for those lunar landers because they were going to do it like a month ago and they didn't and I think it's because they believe struck they decided to restructure thanks David also easing a gateway out slowly I think for political reasons because there are people in Congress hi there senator Shelby who wants gateway because it's a great way to funnel money to their local districts without NASA actually accomplishing anything and if we're taking risks and so that's out now and this is really good sign they say that gateway will come back after that first lunar landing in twenty twenty four assuming that happens but the truth is once they start designing equipment to go directly to the moon gateway is no longer in the past you can't even the equipment to go to the moon won't even be able to get the gateway at that point so I think this project is dead and I think that's a good thing in the long run a launch failure in China China's space program is secret its military at the same time we can observe failures and successes this is the long March seven a very different from the long March five except it's the same program and Bob and I have speculated for some time about the the quality control of the program given the struggles with the long March five the big the big booster there depending upon for many of their missions what's the seven A. for Bob in this failure seven eight is a small rocket and it's designed essentially to replace some of their the rockets that use dangerous propellants that a launch from the interior that country which therefore then dump first stages on habitable regions the long March seven AJ uses less toxic fuels and it is designed to launch from their coastal space port at **** Chang and that is where the long March five launches from that's where they're shifting their large procedures to the coast that could save those problems the long March seven was there originally launched it twice the launch marks weren't long March seven eight is a revision of that first and this was his first launch they had no information about the launch all the payloads really release all the failure they just simply come from that affair you took place two hours after the launch we know nothing about the payload and so I can tell you China has issues and look to see if they can fix them John that's not transparency is a big problem Bob it extends to rockets extends to viruses we go to China making plans for the future for a launch to Mars do we know much detail about where well okay we I we have a vague idea about where it's going to actually be in that part of all is the northern plains that kind of close to where American land to once went but we don't really know much details about this small is ordered a Land Rover that China is supposed to be launching to Mars in July I talked about it with you before I posted a behind the black another update based upon two stories that were out in the press one for nature and the second one space dot com pushing the idea that these older lander rover mission is still on schedule to meet that's a live launch window which is only like four months away both stories however didn't really provide much concrete information they may we were just talking about how China is a space program and its malls mission is dealing with Colgate nineteen virus and it's not going to prevent the launch but the lack of real concrete information continues to make me puzzle John especially since one of the stories talk about how they delivered a lot of the science payloads for the land by car rather than high speed train so they would avoid being with other people social distancing but I'm wondering this is only on like last week or so they're not yet installed on the land only four months away this doesn't give them much time and so great news we.

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"spacex" Discussed on SPACE NEWS POD

SPACE NEWS POD

07:56 min | 2 years ago

"spacex" Discussed on SPACE NEWS POD

"Hello everybody and welcome back to the show my name is well Walden your host it before you get into this space x Starlink lodge. I want to let you know about my Affiliation With Amazon if you click on the link in the description and you buy anything thing from Amazon I got a tiny tiny chunk of then and it helps me continue doing these podcasts and continued doing youtube channel etc.. So if you feel like get go for it have fun. Enjoy Purchases Lincoln. The description Alps out myself helps pay rent and also helps out the show so thank thank you for that. Now let's get into some SPACEX Starlink mission okay so this thing went off without a hitch at nine around nine o'clock in the morning. It was approximately ninety six. I believe in the morning this launched off and it went perfectly the absolutely perfectly now. If you don't know what starlink is. A Starlink is a constellation of Internet satellites. So what does that mean that means that they are going to be tens of thousands of satellites that will be beaming down super high speed internet to everybody to mostly rural people so people that live kind of on the outskirts don't have access to really high speed Internet right now. They could potentially have gaming speed Internet due to this satellite constellation. And when you think about satellite Internet usually think think that okay. I've heard about it before if this cloud cover. I don't get Internet signal. It's really slow you know. There's just a lot of problems with currently but what's startling is doing is it's covering the planet with these satellites so that's not just one or two big eggs satellite sitter sending things back down to us. So that's what it's what it's like right now so everybody who has something like than direct. TV satellite internet or something like that they beam signal down from just a few satellites in comparison to the tens of thousands that are going to be covering the planet Through Starlink Starlink and the other reason this certainly could be fast is because it's in a lower orbit than current satellite Internet that providers so the pink time from the satellite to the ground is much faster therefore meaning that you can also have a very fast Internet connection. Now that sounded like I was paid by space x and STARLINK. That's not the case at all would be awesome but it's not the case now. The other thing that happened with this is the with his launch is that they caught a fairing. So they have boats out in the ocean. In when the firings of pretty much fall from the sky the object ferrings and they wanNA catch him at reuse them right so they have a boat out there. And this is a giant net on top of this boat and they maneuver the boat into position to catch these ferrings. Which is great because they save a ton of money by using these hearings and they also do? Rnd with the hearings and you know if they can reuse them great in if they can't reuse them. That's fine too. They they understand. That is not going to be a thing that they'll be able to do every single time and they haven't done it every single time the one of two bearings this time one of two so the other one didn't quite make it but the The one that did make it they are planning on doing some Some reusability with so gray thing. Save some money on the launch cost and eventually if all goes great they'll be able to catch these hearings every single time now. Another great thing is that we got some beautiful views of the Falcon nine landing out. Of course I still love you. which is SPACEX SPACEX? His giant craft in the ocean. So this is it's a big boat. Basically a big flat boat. The rocket lands on and beautiful beautiful beautiful perfect touchdown and They are going to be able to use this rocket again to check it out. They're we're going to refurbish it and took it up for another spin as far as I know If I am. I'm not exactly sure so. Don't hold me to that. I'm not sure if they unreas- this or if this is its last flight I am not odd percent so that being said I'll get some more information about that for you and and make sure that I know next time. I talked to guys exactly what happened to that. SPACEX FALCON nine rocket. Now this is two hundred and forty satellites in the air already. There's there's been. This is the fourth launch. And there's two hundred and forty satellites now in orbit and they WANNA have stable internet connectivity activity and launched Starlink as a service by the end of this year. Another cool thing about this launch is is that you know they. They mentioned about one of the satellites that they had painted with the anti reflective coating so astronomers were having were getting kind of upset about the Starlink satellites in their ruining their views. And I've seen pictures of it and it looks absolutely horrible other streaks in the sky. You know when you're looking at a specific spot in the sky. Your view should be absolutely clear in. If there's there's GonNa be tens of thousands of sidelights zooming by that at the same time so you know if there's even three satellites flying by at the same time you know there's algorithms algorithms to kind of block out those things for some satellites but if there's a ton of these things it's GonNa be tough so astronomers reached out and said we're not happy there's a ton of these satellites out there. What's going on SPACEX? We need some help. So spacex painted one of their satellites darker color to basically not reflect so the astronomers won't see them in there said era telescopes and they're still doing preliminary Checks on those are on that one satellite because they don't WanNa paint a bunch of them because you know it's kind of weird to paint a bunch of stuff and get a bunch of data immediately if the one one doesn't work so what they're doing is they're testing one said light in one. That's done that testing is done. They're going to move onto other satellites and try some other things because if this doesn't work out as well as they thought so as far as this mission goes great success gray success and spacex is going to do more of these. There's been two in January. They're going to try to do to every single month and I'm going to bring those to you every single time on my youtube channel. That's youtube tube dot com slash space news pod. Make sure to go over there right now in subscribe search for Space News Pot on your youtube APP or a desktop or wherever you view. View the Youtube so at that point. I'm GonNa say thank you for checking out the show. If you want to become a subscriber of the show that'd be awesome. Some just hit the subscribe button right now And there's other ways to donate Patriot dot com slash space news podcast and also you can go to my youtube channel YouTube dot com slash based Sousse pods. Subscribe there and you can also become a member there too if that's easier for you so that's youtube dot com slash space news podcast. We can all hang out and watch rocket launches together. There's lots live rocket launch stuff going on there so yeah that's pretty much it for now guys. I appreciate all your support. Thanks for being here and I will see you soon..

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"spacex" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"spacex" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Up a SpaceX falcon nine rocket is set to launch tonight carrying a communications satellite for Asia and the Pacific on Friday United launch alliance atlas five is scheduled for a test flight to take an unmanned capsule to the international space station George Amir as news ninety six point five W. D. BO although dense impeachment document came out a little after midnight the six hundred fifty eight page report from Jerry Nadler reports that president trump is a threat to the constitution and should be removed from office course president accused in the first article of abusing his presidential power by asking you crane to investigators twenty twenty rival Joe Biden while holding military aid as leverage and the second of obstructing congressional efforts to probe his actions more than thirty women accuse Harvey Weinstein of sexual assault or rape but white scene is defending himself in a new interview Harvey Weinstein says the notoriety brought by his supposed crimes shouldn't overshadow the work he's done for women in the industry in a new interview he tells the New York Post quote I feel like the forgotten man saying he made more movies directed by women and about women than other filmmakers and quote it all got a Vista rated because of what happened my work has been forgotten hallmark channel backtracks after pulling ads featuring a same sex couple kissing reporter Rachel sconces the channel reconsiders despite complaints from conservative groups you had people like Ellen DeGeneres tweeting that isn't an almost twenty twenty what do you think it company says he got it wrong apologize is reaching out to the wedding planning site solo to reinstate the ads all three of Florida's NFL teams were on the road Sunday James Winston put up four hundred and fifty eight yards and four touchdowns in the box thirty eight to seventeen win over the lions in Detroit the Jackson the raiders out of Oakland with the twenty sixteen lost the waiters moving on the Las Vegas next season meanwhile the dolphins continue their commitment to excellence losing thirty six to twenty Sunday in New York and what will likely be Eli manning's final game is a giant Doral movie news ninety six point five W. D. B. L. six forty nine eleven minutes away from seven o'clock now on our land does morning news the five day forecast brought to you by U. S. heating and air conditioning join up I meteorologist Brian shield Hey Brian good morning Joe we've got some warm weather to start the work week but cooler weather will be sliding in mid to late week so we have another front on the way lots of changes again for the week ahead sunny skies today gorgeous day highs around eighty two tonight we're down in the mid sixties with some patchy fog tomorrow we're still on the warm side of the front the work day eighty three on Tuesday late in the day tomorrow about a forty percent chance of scattered showers and storms tomorrow night the front moves by and then cooler on Wednesday highs in the mid sixties with a couple leftover showers Thursday were at sixty eight degrees Friday seventy three will be in the upper sixties in low seventies for the upcoming weekend from channel nine Eyewitness News I need all just Brian shield right now it is partly cloudy and cool fifty six Sattar Landau severe weather station six such Gerrity triple team traffic.

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"spacex" Discussed on SPACE NEWS POD

SPACE NEWS POD

07:01 min | 2 years ago

"spacex" Discussed on SPACE NEWS POD

"I'll be live streaming at Be Commenting Hating on it. We can hang out we can talk. It's in the middle of the day. So if you have work if you have school totally understand so I will be there and hope you can watch it or catch the replay on the channel. That's youtube dot com slash space. News pod so SPACEX Will be sending the JC set eighteen Kasich one communications satellite for the launch after the Sierra S. nineteen launch it's going to be no earlier than December fifteenth from Space Launch Complex Forty at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida It will require relatively quick turnaround on the launchpad. Because I mean they got to get back from the SIERRAS nineteen eighteen mission right so we have the the boosters ready to go after Sarah's nineteen mission which is December fourth in December fifteenth. That's the crew has to really work. That's eleven days to get this thing going. And there are two other possible missions before the end of this year here and that is the inflight abort test for Crew Dragon. Now Crew Dragon in the past has had some troubles rebels. They have had a little explosion and they had to go through all the NASA red tape all of the orchestration of all of that stuff and now they're back to a good place in there hoping let's get our fingers crossed here. They want to send people to the International Space Station from the US soil by early next year. So February spacex the sex is possibly sending people to the with the crew. Dragon now Boeing. They have their capsule as well and they. You are going to be going head to head at this point. February is slated for both teams to tentatively launch launch some people's up to the ISS. This'll be the first time that Americans have launched other Americans from America in an American rocket in an American capsule. There was built here in America. America more. I think I sound like Jim. Brian inside the head of NASA. He says all the time. It'd be launching. US astronauts on a US rocket from US soil. But I digress. Okay so we haven't sent anybody up to the ISS from US soil since the space shuttle was discontinued. And so this is a really big deal in this next SPACEX launch. Possibly by the end of this year is really important to that. The Crew Dragon spacecraft needs to be tested SPACEX and NASA. Working really close together to get this thing fine-tuned and get it really Up Up to par for the launch so there also might be some other SPACEX launches another Starlink launch Asia. Sixty more satellites into low-earth orbit. This is the third one and they might do by the end of this month. this man man. That's a lot of stuff in one month and you know it's also possible which it probably not gonNA happen. I really wanted to. That'd be really cool. Some hover tests for starship is not technically a launch but could be hover test. So you know. There's probably not going to happen. But it's possible. CASO STARLINK LINC. will probably between be between the twelfth and the fourteenth and if they do it now they're probably not I can do it until next year again so the reason for that is because commercial crew program to get the US astronauts from US soil at a US rocket back to the ISS. Take up a lot of their time. And there's also going to be you you know all the other stuff Starlink starship if they're going to be doing the hover tests after the tests are going to be doing some launches higher and higher hundreds of feet in the air and then an orbital test after an orbital test. They WanNa get people around the moon in a couple of years years but then like three years so if they want to send a rocket around the moon and back that's going to be absolutely amazing and they you have to kind of focus on that once the darling satellites go up. They're going to be up there. They might want to get this done. You know get done get over with in that guest starship just focus mainly on starship because Starlink You know it's very important for the money aspect of space x but starship You know can kind of you know could not built itself. They have enough money through NASA that they're going to continue to do NASA launches in these Starlink think things but sterling's GonNa put billions of dollars into spacex his pockets so without starlink the news news. You know starship isn't going to be as cool as we thought it was going to be. They're not they're going to have to look for funding elsewhere. Or you know kind of I wouldn't say struggle will but they're going to have to look other places to to fund this so that's about it for now everybody. I want to say thank you to everybody who's been supporting the show In everybody who sounded off on my twitter account I really do appreciate it. You can go to twitter dot com slash asche space news pod Say Hi to say say hello. We'll how you doing and yeah we can talk on there and of course you can go out of YouTube YouTube dot com slash space news pod and check out the launch which will be Wednesday I believe distress nineteen launch December number four. which is let's see? Let me check this real quick yet. Wednesday the fourth at twelve fifty one. PM Eastern middle of the time middle of the day seventeen fifty one ut. See so if the weather's good they're going to be doing this and we will be watching it together. My my friends so I want to say again. Thank you for taking the time out of your day to spend a here with me and the space news pod. My name is will walden and I'll see you soon..

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SPACE NEWS POD

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"spacex" Discussed on SPACE NEWS POD

"Hello and welcome back to the Space News Pot the daily podcast about space science and tech. I'm your host will Walden on this episode mottaki about SPACEX now. You don't really really need to be a scientist or an engineer or have years and years and years of training in engineering field to get a job at spacex okay so spacex also has a lot of jobs interior to the company that help out other employees now one of these jobs what are these careers is a Barista. That's right a Barista. They want you to be able to whip up a mean. Cappuccino Chino in SPACEX headquarters also like to make a bunch of these are they want to make a bunch of mini restaurants little it'll cafes within SPACEX that can help the employees get through their day and if you're good at that kind of stuff you can apply spacex his website now here is the description of the Barista job so Brita space exploration technologies analogies is looking for experienced passionate driven team members to launch and grow world-class coffee bars inside our corporate facilities. We are searching thing for candidates who have superior experience working with Coffee Espresso and t the current positions are best suited for those with several years a Barista experience who who pose a WHO poses hands on knowledge of Espresso drink preparation coffee tasting in general coffee bar operations okay so I worked in a pretty big tech company back in the day a couple of years ago and I can tell you from firsthand experience agreeance that these many coffee bars and little restaurants and little cafes within the company are in Amazing Perk Doc for employees there also the workers in these spots got paid very well really really great benefits benefits and also it was just a great work environment so if you're a Barista or if you want to work in food service at SPACEX checkout third job listings and here's some of the responsibilities that you'd have as.

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SPACE NEWS POD

07:54 min | 2 years ago

"spacex" Discussed on SPACE NEWS POD

"Hello and welcome back to the space news pod a daily podcast about space science and tech. I'm your host will walden ended in this episode. We're going to be talking about spacex his starlink said lake constellation in if you're not familiar with startling i talked about it a lot on this podcast before but i'm going to go over real quick starlink is spacex is satellite constellation that will be bringing being a high bandwidth low latency internet capabilities to rural areas in space x has already launched one small constellation of satellites that they were kind of doing a test it was the point nine tests version zero point nine test of all these satellites and lights to workout bugs and kind of fix all the problems that they need to fix in order to <hes> to move onto the next phase now <hes> <hes> now according to a suite of eight f._c._c. special temporary authority licenses that spacex has filed on august thirtieth they plan for as many as four additional starlink launches this year so they have four more launches planned for this year now they ran into a little bit of <hes> an issue with e satellite recently where the constellation and what are the satellites in the constellation was in the orbit of an isa.

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SPACE NEWS POD

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"spacex" Discussed on SPACE NEWS POD

"To get started so starship these are prototypes right now. Starship is in a prototype phase so they're still kind of building it out and working out a bunch of engineering technical details but if this goes well of star hopper can prove itself itself that it can actually do these hover tests while the first test for starship. We'll probably be something along the same lines as star hopperton right so it'll it'll do a tether test probably then it'll do a small flight test of little hover test about twenty meters senate will go up to six hundred fifty feet. Maybe somewhere along those lines. We don't really have plans figured out yet for this. We're not i'm not sure exactly what's going to be happening with these tests but after it's going after it does all these initial tests. It'll be flying into space. Starship is amazing because when it gets up into space it'll be able to land just like a falcon rocket rocket. Now it'll come back down to earth. It'll hover back down to earth it will propose itself back to the landing pad in land vertically where it will be refurbished a little bit checked out and that'll be able to launch again and this is important because it's spacex wants to launch a lot of starling satellites in the coming years stokes. Oh starship is successful it launches properly while that will allow spacex to launch a ton of these starling satellites along with of course you you know moon missions mars missions that stuff so coming up on friday we will have the next in most ambitious launch of star hopper now. They're gonna be <hes>. They're gonna be watching this closely to see exactly what happens and if all goes well in the next couple of months we will have news about the starship. It'll be crazy. How fast is actually comes to fruition if all works well so my friends i i wanna say thank you to patriotic patrons. You're amazing. Thank you so much m._p. For adjoining on patriae on appreciate your patronage if you wanna help out go to patriot dot com slash space news podcast and you can <hes> you know you can get some cool stuff. There actually reworking a bunch of stuff there so it's got to be a lot different than what it is. Now is right now. I haven't really been paying a lot of attention to it but i'm actually working on a plan to make it more viable and make it more reasonable for everybody. So you get more things. Thanks for helping out the show so i want to say thank you to everybody again for listening today and thank you for subscribing to the show and thank you for taking taking the time out of your day to spend it here with me on the space news pod as well walden and.

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SPACE NEWS POD

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"spacex" Discussed on SPACE NEWS POD

"Ignition of the check valve and led to an explosion so they know what happened. They we know what happened now. NASONS SPACEX have been working together since this explosion to <hes> out what the heck is going on what happened you know why did explode but they haven't been really forthcoming with. What was they kinda? You know when they first started out. They didn't really say hey <hes> yeah. This thing happened. This explosion happened for this reason. They just kind of said okay. An and explosion happened we know but we don't know what to tell you because we're not a hundred percent sure will happen so we don't have any information so NASA and spacex a working together now to make sure that everybody knows when something like this happens again if something like this happens again. Everyone's GonNa know as soon as possible so that's going to be a thing. It's going to be within hours of something like this happening not weeks not days but within hours they're gonNA try to get something out there to the public because something like this is pretty important especially with crew dragon. It's very important to know the are people are GonNa be taking care of these are heroes astronauts. These are people that will be going going to be going to the space station so they need to be taken care of in their human beings and they have families you no. That's that's the kind of important part right they'll have families. They all have a mom and dad. They all have <hes> you know they're probably married with kids some of them are I'm sure so these kinds of people they need to you know if they need to. I know why these things are happening. So <hes> you know. SPACEX and NASA are both working very hard to get that information out there as soon as possible for everybody to <hes> to know what's going on a Gimme one second. I'll be right back. GonNa take a quick to minute break.

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SPACE NEWS POD

05:51 min | 3 years ago

"spacex" Discussed on SPACE NEWS POD

"The questions is usually asked about SpaceX and Starlink is do they have money to do this, because, you know, they have the government contracts. They send things to the international space station for NASA. They sent upset lights for commercial purposes. Now, this is a whole new business opportunity for SpaceX, and they're going to use this business opportunity. The Starlink to make money so they can send their starship tomorrow's. But do they have the? Money to actually send these satellites, all the satellites to cover the earth. In the answer is yes. Funding rounds have been over subscribed for SpaceX and recent rounds had more interest than what they were seeking. So they have enough money to do this whole project, and it's going to be difficult. The I sixty satellites, there's probably gonna be some issues going on this the first time they've done it. So they're not sure how they're gonna work, but they have sixty of them if some of them failed that's fine space. Exploration said late deployment is difficult. It doing sixty satellites in one launch, that is a big order to fulfill, but they're going to be doing two different mechanisms to try to deploy the solar arrays on these satellites in the great thing about that is that they can get data from it, but I have a whole new data set to work with about the deployment of the solar arrays if one way works. That's great. If nother w-. Way doesn't work, then they can just shelve it or fix it, you know. So they're going to use this data that they get from this launch to make the next launch in the launch after that in the launch after that, etc. Make those more functional. So I already said they had funding. Right. They already have money coming in from investors. Now, do they have any customers signed up not yet? They don't have any customers signed up because they don't actually have a product yet, but SpaceX is talking to a possible strategic partners such as telecommunications companies who have a problem getting internet to their rural customers. So does this mean that if you're a rural customer will you have to go through your local telecommunications company or will you be able to go directly through Starlink and the answer is we're not quite sure yet, they're still talking to those telecommunications companies and working out deals and somebody asked will the said lights on this. Launched the launched its tonight scheduled for ten at ten thirty PM eastern. Will it be part of the operational, constellation startling said, lights made it Redmond Washington facility and this initial constellation will not have interconnected links. They will ground bounce off of a gateway to relate to another satellite. That's what he on musk said, and there's going to be about a thousand star links that will be launched each year. At least that's what Elon Musk said, and they're going to be launched on falcon rockets, but the starship will likely become a launch for Starlink at some point in the future. So the same ship, that's going to go to Mars is going to be sending said, lights into earth, orbit and each one of these satellites, the launch of the satellites, it costs more to mosh them than it does to make them. And that's even on the falcon nine which is reusable but starship would decrease the launch costs by at least a factor of five and in about five years, these said lights will become redundant in, they'll be replaced with the next generation of satellites. And what happens when these satellites, get decommissioned, they fall back to earth while they disintegrate you know, they, they burn up on the way back to earth. No one's gonna get Harvey satellites are not gonna plunge into somebody's home or anything like that. Everyone is safe. And Ilan was ask. Asked if they would watch satellites internet satellites for competitors. He Lund said. Yeah, we're happy to launch any said lights. It's always good to have competition. There will be at least one other internet, satellite constellation, which is the best thing for the consumer. So tonight may sixteenth at ten thirty pm the I sixty Starlink satellites will be launched by fell can rocket into orbit.

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