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Fresh update on "stuart" discussed on 10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:49 sec | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "stuart" discussed on 10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

"Plus, we're pumping cash and content into the market. Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi issued the invitation at the Bloomberg global business for him if you want to invest in start ups with the huge market come to India COLUMN Stuart CEO in portfolio manager J. C. Clark says the audience is their number one. It's the largest democracy in the world. Very attractive demographics and ah, very young population that's entering the workforce. Bloomberg MoneyWatch at 26 56 past every hour. I'm Gregg Jarrett for 10. 10 wins wins News Time. 3 27 Hi Lucy from Texas here, With more of our time spent at home. It was inevitable that our dishwasher stopped working. Luckily, I'm a member of American Home Shield. I went online to request service and then a qualified local contractor came out to fix the problem. It didn't matter that.

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Fresh update on "stuart" discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

01:39 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "stuart" discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

"Business report. The current battleground for the streaming wars is in India. Life is very ce there. Too many people and everyone wants what the other and it's not just for Bollywood or critically acclaimed movies like the Lunch Box in English and Hindi. Sports and local shows were making inroads with some unlikely players. Food delivery startups, tomato unveiled a new kind of benj more than 2000 videos in English and Hindi, including 18 original shows around food with comedy, reality and celebrity twists. He joined a crowded field with the likes of Netflix, Amazon Prime and Disney. Plus, we're pumping cash and content into the market. Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi issued the invitation at the Bloomberg global business for him if you want to invest in a start up with the huge markets come to India COLUMN Stuart CEO in portfolio manager J. C. Clark says the audience is their number one. It's the largest democracy in the world. Very attractive demographics and a very young population that's entering the work force. I'm Greg Jared with the Bloomberg Business Report on W W J. NewsRadio, 9 50 Hi. It's Jamie Progresses. Employee of the month, two months in a row. Leave a message at the Hi Jamie hit me, Jamie. I just had a new idea for our song with the name your price tool. So when it's like, tell us what you want to pay. Hey, trombone goes, Bah bah Wah and you say we'll be fine Carthage options that fits your budget. Then we just all do. Finger snaps will acquire goes statements coming at you Save it's coming out job. Yes. No. Maybe Anyway, So your practice tonight I got new lyrics for the rat break. Aggressive casualty insurance company and affiliates pricing coverage match limited by state law. No word in the English language is less convincing than probably. Are You sure we should.

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Fresh update on "stuart" discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

06:38 min | 11 hrs ago

Fresh update on "stuart" discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"I l. l. and he talked about being offered as first head coaching job at Hardin, Simmons University in Texas in the early nineteen sixties and I said, well, I have one thing that bothers me and I'll probably accept his job, but you'd have to do one thing you'd have to have to agree to Tame I've had black by coach black players all the time and I'm not GonNa tote coach a total. White. TAME. Henson led Illinois to the NCAA final four in nineteen, eighty nine and a big ten championship in one thousand, nine, hundred, four, he was inducted into the national. Collegiate. Basketball Hall of fame in two thousand fifteen that was the same year the floor at the state farm center was named Lou Hinson Court in his honor. The thirteen years after the University of Illinois at our banish champagne retired their native American themed mascot. The image continues to pop up everywhere and there is some support to bring it back. The Mascot officially retired in two thousand seven after decades of calls to get rid of the character Lee gains with only newsroom has this report. On. February twenty first two, thousand, seven thousands of people watched as a white man dressed in native American regalia danced high-kicked and jumped across the University of Illinois at urbana-champaign basketball court while a marching band played. He wore a feather headdress and blue orange and white face paint. As the performance came to flows the crowd cheered and some had tears streaming down their faces. Walks off the court for the last time, the University of Illinois. was meant to be the end of a tradition which dates back to nine, thousand, nine, hundred, twenty six, and it came after decades of calls for the university to retire the race based mascot but some traditions don't die easy today thirteen years after chief Allina Weck was officially retired by the U. OF I the symbol indoors people dress like the mascot still pop up at Games, there are facebook groups with thousands of members calling on the university to reinstate the Mascot and merchandise with chief Allina wax image is still sold. I'm not certain that the university can move beyond she lying. Anytime soon, that's Matthew Kaya Stuart Gilbert he spent thirteen years as an American Indian studies professor at the of I and now heads the Department of American Indian studies at the University of Arizona Sokaiya. Stuart Gilbert saw chief Elena. Weck perform at a football game in two thousand, six, a woman next to him asked what he did. Then she asked if he was an Indian and I said I'm Hopi Indian from northeastern Arizona. And I I always remember what she told me. She says why don't you go down there and be the chief and you know then everything will be okay by that time, the chief had become an extremely divisive issue on campus. The university was fighting to retain the mascot while the NCWA was pressuring institutions to get rid of racist native American. Imagery Debbie Ries is a Pueblo Indian who taught at the university at that time she's an expert in native. American imagery in Children's literature, Reese remembers protesting the chief outside football and Basketball Games Lewd Goethe silent protests at the Games where you do put yourself at risk of being spat upon of being yelled at of being cursed at. Those were always very uncomfortable things but we felt important. So get them re says, the chief is a misrepresentation of native people. The honoring that people say they do with mascots like this is not honor earning it's integrating. It's demeaning. And it's an insult the intent of chief Lana work was always to. was to hold a culture in reverence encouraging people to learn about it Dan. Maloney. Was the last person to officially portrayed chief Elena whack on that University of Illinois Basketball Court back in February two, thousand seven he was a graduate student then Maloney, says the reverence fans half for the character is one of the reasons it has endured long past its official retirement when that's removed especially when it's such a strong source of inspiration to many many people over many many years, it can be tough to tough. To to move forward and many who oppose the chiefs say university is to blame for its continued presence because nothing ever replaced it it's basically for a lot of people still the mascot of the University of Illinois that's Vikram Sardana. He graduated from the U., of I last year and he served on a commission intended to heal the chief align awake divide Sardana says the university should have created a new mascot years ago and I think that the lesson people should take from this is that not acting Can make a problem worse than it needs to be. At some point you have to rip the band aid off a spokesperson for the University of Illinois at our banner. Champagne says that administrators are working on a plan to move the campus forward, which will include a process to establish neutral fans but Matthew Sokaiya Stuart Gilbert is skeptical that a new mascot. Can End the years long controversy and he says that's because of all the alumni and fans who still cling to chief Allina Weck. I think this will continue to be a controversy. This will continue to be a burden on the university. Especially, the native students have to deal with this on a daily basis we're enrolled at the university Sokaiya Stuart Gilbert says. Time may prove to be the ultimate solution to the chief Allina awake problem as years go by there will be fewer people who remember when a white man in a feather headdress and face paint danced across the university's basketball courts and football fields. At halftime I'm Lee gains staying on the Sports Team, the head of the Illinois, high school associations as much. Of the upcoming sports season remains fluid as it tries to protect against the spread of covid nineteen. Executive Director Craig Anderson says the I Jesse has moved football boys, soccer, and girls volleyball from.

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Downtown Seattle businesses anticipating potentially violent demonstration Saturday

News, Traffic and Weather

01:15 min | 2 weeks ago

Downtown Seattle businesses anticipating potentially violent demonstration Saturday

"Parts of downtown Seattle crews are busy boarding up businesses anticipating potentially violent protests this weekend Come Oh, Suzanne font from seventh and Stuart Business after business, getting extra protection and preparing for a very large protest Saturday, Thie demonstration is supposed to be a show solidarity with what's playing out in Portland. We're here and we don't know what happened. Maria canals, bracing herself for what's in store, she manages the UPS store directly across the street from the federal courthouse, her business and others. Getting that makeover to mitigate any damage done. These protection is really good for us and actually for our business neighbors on everything, and so we're bladder. They're doing this right. I walked around the block. Everything is boarded up using plywood to fend off Vandals and looters, Robin Crandall says that breaks her heart. It's horrible. It's It's horrible. What's going on and really sad for a city inside Petra Mediterranean cafe, The owner is busy sewing face mass. Let's just hope that nothing really happens like everything goes peacefully and without any violence, all this done here. Preventative measures we can tell you Wednesday nights vandalism spree in Capitol Hill, There are two banks and at least half a dozen businesses that were damaged. No one's been arrested. Suzanne The

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China launches mission to Mars

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

00:31 sec | 2 weeks ago

China launches mission to Mars

"Isn't the only agency on its way to Mars China's Tianhe Win One. Oh, heavenly questions! Mission is also bound for Mars flying on a Long March. Five rocket from the wing spacecraft launch site on Hainan Island in the South China Sea it includes both an arbiter and a Land Rover. The Land Rover's design appears to be barred from this spirit and Opportunity Rovers in owner to reach the surface, the land that will use a parachute, retro rockets, and ultimately an airbag for final touchdown.

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U.K. 'Actively Avoided' Investigating Russian Interference, Lawmakers Find

Morning Edition

03:16 min | 2 weeks ago

U.K. 'Actively Avoided' Investigating Russian Interference, Lawmakers Find

"Parliamentary report on Russian influence in the United Kingdom is out this morning. And it's bad, among other things that says the UK government actively avoided trying to figure out of Russia tried to influence the Brexit referendum for more. We've got NPR's London correspondent with US Frank Langfitt, who's looking at this high, Frank. Hey, Rachel. I mean, I said, it's bad. It's that that the British government would be intentionally trying to avoid figuring out the extent of Russian interference. I mean, what can you tell us? It's well, it's It's completely damning people here. Actually, we've been waiting for this report for months. And we thought we were going to find out if the Russians tried to influence the Brexit vote. The answer, in fact, was different and definitely it was more unsettling. Stuart Hosey is with the Scottish National Party is also in the parliament, and this is what he said today at a press conference. No one in government knew if Russia interfered in or sought to influence the referendum because they didn't know want to know the UK government of actively avoided looking for evidence that Russia interfered. Why, Frank? Why wouldn't anyone in the British government want to know this? That's actually really easy answer, and I think the answer is this. It would have undermined the Brexit referendum. Remember the biggest decision of the British people in decades? It's already changed the course of British history and the person who was front and center and that was a guy named Boris Johnson, who is now the prime minister. So if you say Russia interfered, then it could undermine this thing that has changed the course of British history. You can see why nobody certainly in the government wanted to mess with that. Ah Stewart, Hosey said No one would touch with a 10 foot pole and he went on and said this. This is in stark contrast. To the U. S response to reports of interference in the 2016 presidential elections, No matter how politically all quarter, potentially embarrassing there should have been an assessment of Russian interference in the referendum. They must now be one. Okay, So did this report find Russian influence anywhere in the British government? Yes, it absolutely did. One is the Scottish referendum. This was 2015 when Scotland was voting for independence. And the reason this is important is from the perspective of Russia. Vladimir Putin would want Scotland to leave the United Kingdom to weaken it. It's the same reason why we know that he wanted the Brexit vote to pass so that it would weaken the European Union. But another part and everybody kind of knows everybody knows this, Rachel, But another thing that that's mentioned here is that London is such a Place for money laundering, and this is a really good quote that I liked, frankly from the text. Russian influence in the UK is the new normal. Successive governments have welcomed the oligarchs and their money with open arms, providing them with the means of recycling illicit finance through the London laundromat. So how's the British government responding? Not much of anything, considering what this report says. You might expect something more robust. Dominic Robby's the Foreign secretary, he has has a boiler plate response so far, saying Russia must desist from these attacks. And that the UK has defend its country and democracy and values from such a hostile state. NPR's Frank Langfitt in London. Thanks, Frank. We appreciate it always breaks it

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Woodbine Revised 2020 Stakes Schedule Starts Tomorrow

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

03:24 min | 3 weeks ago

Woodbine Revised 2020 Stakes Schedule Starts Tomorrow

"Colony. What's being? Was Our industry starved the week presented by Stuart. Morris Equine Forum tomorrow morning, eight to ten am eastern time serious to nineteen excellent to a one stream it live horse racing radio. Dot. Net all right up at woodbine couple of stakes, races, tomorrow, Mile, and a sixteenth greed, three trillium on the all weather up there We. Get a field of eight phillies and mass. To Go The eight and a half furlongs. This was a tough one. I thought body. There's a lot of wage going here. Yeah I'M GONNA take a little bit of stab here. I'm I'm wondering. If number one super escape can steal this race. To me. It looks like she's the only true speed in the field. Maybe number seven another time WHO's shown. Very moderate speed at times, but I think if they break evenly. Super Escape is faster. She's been sprinting. Relax too I think she's better routing than she is sprinting. In fact, she's two for two on non turf surfaces. Atta Mile and a sixteenth including one for one on the all weather at Woodbine. She's got the inside post I think she's going to get out and go and her good racers good as anyone else. She's ten to one on the morning line one. I'd be most afraid of is number. Three art of almost Herat Field Emma Jayne Wilson Mason last time out. On the turf at Woodbine and She's run well on turf, or on the all weather axes been in the money, all four starts on the all weather at Woodbine, so I would expect art of almost to be the one who's closing most at super escape. I'm an both of them, but super escape at ten to one interesting. Nice price is price even better prices being at home The Keep in mind by the way the seven another time cross entered in the royal north, so we'll see where trainer Barbara minshull decides to run her daughter of money. She's cross entered in the very next race. That will talk about a minute or so here Like you I wanted to go a little bit of a different direction here I'm GonNa take the six painting for Josie Carroll. Who stretching out of for the first time old for races have been sprints. She's closed nicely. And all those Frenchies by distorted humor out of an AP in the mayor can't imagine a stretch out. It's GonNa hurt her 'cause probably bring her into the race a little earlier as well I I I thought she was a little interesting in he I. Don't know why she hasn't been lot that bugs me. All know why she hasn't been long yet in her career, but I will I'll try and get painting turns Josie. Carroll trains dollar store. Store, Jim, the six painting from me in the trillium race number nine grade to royal north six furlongs. On the turf, the outer EP Taylor Turf Course. Again. We'll see what another time does she to one in the trillium? She's five one of the morning line in this royal north we had a field of nine depending on graduates. And I leaned a number five sister peacock once again thought she might be the speed of the speed. She's got a win. Third Place Finisher tour credit in two tries on the turf at Woodbine.

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Pigeonly Uses Technology to Help Inmates Stay in Touch with Family and Friends

Zero to IPO

04:23 min | Last month

Pigeonly Uses Technology to Help Inmates Stay in Touch with Family and Friends

"Butterfield I think as many people know is the founder and CEO of slack, which has just really become an integral part of many of our lives and has seen record growth. We're GONNA. Talk about that on the show. I want to introduce also Frederick Hudson the CEO and founder of Pigeon Louis Frederick you can correct me if I've got this wrong. But last I heard you had evaluation of about five million dollars, twenty employees twenty, million twenty million so I I missed around. I guess missed around. And essentially what pigeon Lee does enable easier communication with inmates who are incarcerated across the United States. For, family members with incarcerated loved ones so connecting people. who mostly live in an analog world with all of us who live in a digital world? Frederick one of the things that caught my attention about pigeon. Louis was that. There's a lot of predatory pricing essentially to make a phone call like a fifteen minute phone call could cost almost twenty dollars like a dollar a minute, and that was one of the animating things here. There's like a market imbalance. It's ripe for Innovation Yeah. Yeah, and that's one of the things that you know. We set out to fix his. In a lot of cases, because this is one of the few industries that that. Operate on the system that allows kickbacks. And, that's how contracts get awarded. It creates a very predatory situation that ultimately the friends and families of whoever's incarcerated. They bear that cost, so it's not even the person who was in prison. That's bearing his burden is to family friends, and that support not going outside there really are. Holding up this you know forty fifty billion dollar industry, so one of the goals of this show is to be very granular and to dive into issues and try to workshop them and see what kind of insights we can gain. That are applicable both to your specific business, but are also useful for all of our listeners out there and Stuart, slack cells to. To everybody big companies small companies, but you have had really good success working with government agencies in the State Department for instance I would love to learn a little bit about. How do you sell to us such a specific channel like a government? What kind of insights have you developed? There's definitely problems with government generally, but I think we have this Era Mentality across the country that you know. Six scariest words are I'm from the government and I'm here to help most of the men and women that I have met who work in in the federal government well-intentioned trying their best, it's. Just. Every federal government plays a saint or anything like that. But I think it's not well understood and we kind of the attitude that we have. which is largely? Dismissive large, throwing up your hands, and what can you do? kind of pessimistic about the possible outcomes helps determine a set of negative outcomes and I think helps entrench. The. Problems that we would most like to see progress on economic inequality criminal justice reform that can go down the list. But as long as we treat kind of government as the as the enemy I think we're going to. Have a hard time solving. Problems that require government help. Frederick. What are you seeing in your business? What is it like working with the government? Yeah, Stuart, raise some good points I think we. My first trip to DC was last year some around last year. This was my first trip going with our lobbyists and meeting with different members of Congress and different congressional offices, and my eyes was opened. To basically what you're just saying that you know there's there's the individuals a lot of these individual offices. They definitely are really trying to do the best. They can and really trying to positive difference and one support initiatives. That they believe is going to make a difference, but there's just so much red tape the so much bureaucracy. There's so many things there's so many layers in order to get something to happen and you know I. I actually started to get an understanding of the inner workings of government. And I saw less as his big beasts and I started to see it more as individuals that actually got to know throughout time.

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Washington, DC - Statue of Confederate Gen. J.E.B. Stuart Removed in Richmond, Virginia

Rush Limbaugh

00:28 sec | Last month

Washington, DC - Statue of Confederate Gen. J.E.B. Stuart Removed in Richmond, Virginia

"The sounds of a crane along Monument Avenue in Richmond, taking down the statue of General Jeb Stuart, the fourth and final Confederate memorial, located on city on property in Virginia's Capitol City, and that leaves only the statue of General Robert E. Lee remaining. That monument is on state property, and its removal is currently tied up in court. The other statues were allowed to be removed under a new law that took effect on July 1st.

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Time running out to save biodiversity as species go extinct, leading scientists say

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

00:08 sec | Last month

Time running out to save biodiversity as species go extinct, leading scientists say

"Research warns that one out of every eight animal and plant species on earth is now heading for extinction and wit blame

Stonewall Jackson statue removed in Richmond

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:46 sec | Last month

Stonewall Jackson statue removed in Richmond

"Several 100 people watched in Richmond yesterday as the Stonewall Jackson statue was removed with a crane and the Virginia Capitals. Mayor says more articles not clear which Confederate statue will come down next here on Monument Avenue. This bronze statue to Jeb Stuart is one of three statues still standing. Richmond Mayor LeVar Stoney issued an emergency order yesterday that all Confederate statues on city land would be Removed as soon as possible. Last month, the Jefferson Davis statue was Thorne down a long block from here. The statue to Robert E. Lee remains standing. It's on state property. And while Governor Ralph Northam wants it removed, a lawsuit has the future of that statue still to be determined in Circuit Court.

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Jacks left hand

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

04:34 min | Last month

Jacks left hand

"I'm your host. Kit, crumb. Today. Jack The ripper left hand. There are certain mysteries. Stand out and remain known answer. What happened to Amelia Earhart? How did Panamerican huge flying? Boat Hawaii Clipper disappeared without a trace and who was jack the ripper. Between August and November eighteen, eighty eight, at least six women were murdered in London's White Chapel district. But it was the gruesome nature, the murders that brought about panic and fear in the area for months finally spreading like the plague across London where the press picked up on the cereal, aspects of the deaths and dubbed the killer Jack The ripper. There are currently dozens of organizations that debate evidence surrounding the eighteen eighty eight white chapel murders attributed to Jack. The, ripper. There is speculation that there were two killers. Some experts attribute six victims to Jack The ripper. Others say eleven. The list of suspects exceeds five hundred ranging from royalty to doctors and one jill the ripper. As of this writing the number of nonfiction books on Jack, The ripper is closing in on two hundred and that's nonfiction. Without a doubt, the most highly publicized rip book to Come Out in recent years was written by Patricia Cornwell portrait of a killer Jack The ripper case closed. Cornwell claims to have found DNA evidence linking Walter Skirt to a small number of ripper letters. Her book rapidly climbed the Bestseller List and was the subject of numerous radio and television programs around the World Cornwell may have found evidence to suggest that Walter Skirt hoechst one more ripple letters, but the fact remains said skirt was in France on the night of at least four of the five ripper murders was not jack the ripper cornwell use twenty-first-century technology, including DNA to come up with skirt as Jack. Jack The ripper even though as mentioned. He was in France during a number of the murders on the other hand. James Tully author of the Book Prisoner Eleven Sixty, seven, the mad man who was Jack The ripper spent over thirty years, investigating the white chapel murders totally poses many questions about criminally insane inmate James Kelly who escaped from Broadmoor criminal lunatic asylum and evaded capture for over forty years. Specifically question why prisoner eleven sixty seven's government files are still classified and will remain sealed until twenty thirty. That's an interesting secret. Finally no collection of books on the why chapel murders would be complete without the nineteen hundred ninety volume Jack The ripper, first American serial killer. This highly research books speculation Jack The ripper may have been an American doctor Francis Tumblety who had a criminal record, and both sides of the Atlantic, and in fact was arrested eighteen, eighty, eight as a suspect in the white chapel murders. Their, theory is based on a recent discovery of a letter written by a Scotland Yard inspector. Authors Stuart Evans Paul. Gainey claim that Jack The ripper died in nineteen three, when tumble tease heart stopped shortly after I finish the research for the story, I received a letter with a fingerprint at the top that the author Ledge was taken off one of the letters received by Scotland Yard and determined to be from the thumb of the left hand of Jack the, ripper, he claimed the original was among the files of Broadmoor, criminal lunatic asylum prisoner eleven sixty seven, which would remain sealed until twenty thirty. The letter was signed anonymous, and curiously there was no postmark. The letter seemed validate author James. tolleys assertion that James Kelly's files were classified. But if at the time of the murders Scotland Yard had acquired the killer's fingerprint wind up, make an arrest. If however the print is that of James. Kelly was not say so.

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Boston - Man Charged With Stabbing Southborough Police Sergeant At Police Station

WBZ Midday News

00:35 sec | Last month

Boston - Man Charged With Stabbing Southborough Police Sergeant At Police Station

"An update on a story we've been reporting on today's Stuart Angus a man accused of stabbing a Southborough police sergeant earlier today at the police and fire station has been arraigned and ordered held without bail the judge ordered Angus to undergo a mental health evaluation a dangerous this hearing is scheduled for next week now police were investigating a complaint this morning about threats that's when the sergeant was attacked while interviewing a person about the threat or alleged threat the sergeant went to the hospital was treated and released

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Miami-Based Lennar (LEN) Surpasses Q2 Earnings Estimates

CNBC's Fast Money

02:27 min | Last month

Miami-Based Lennar (LEN) Surpasses Q2 Earnings Estimates

"Earnings alert online are the company was supposed to report tomorrow morning, but the results are out tonight. So what GETS DIANA OLA? Who's got the details Diana? Yeah Melissa they probably couldn't wait to give the good news Miami. Baseline are beat on earnings and revenue, using a very prudent land strategy and taking advantage of new technology already in place as Leonardo Chairman Stuart. Miller said at the end of Q. One they slowed starts and land spend to preserve cash and protect the balance sheet now a lot of the builders. Builders have been using the land light strategy during the pandemic, but Miller said in the queue to report business rebounded significantly in May by quarters and our total new orders declined by only ten percent and deliveries ended flat year over year in sync with the market rebound, we resumed starts and land spent match the improving market conditions, and this rebound has continued. Continued into the first two weeks of June now another interesting note, which we've reported quite a bit on this flight from apartments in urban areas Miller added that customers move from rental apartments, and from densely populated areas to purchase homes and home sales grew steadily as record, low interest, rates and low inventory levels drove a favourable rebound in the homebuilding industry on ours. Ours average sale price did come in a little lower, but the reset that was due to continuing to shift to lower price communities and regional product mix due to cove nineteen stay at home orders insert higher price markets now when are also reinstated guidance not on revenue or earnings, but on home sales, new orders, deliveries, and average selling, price and margins, Melissa. Diana what what would make it reaffirmed guidance for all those things, but not profits or revenues. You know it depends on what the price incomes in, and there's also the question of was this pent-up demand that came from spring. Everything dropped off in March and April and then came back very suddenly in May and June. You had record low mortgage rates. You had people you know that. Pent up demand ready to surge. Can that continue though into the next quarter? Will it continue into the fall? Maybe they're not sure. Maybe they don't know if the economy is going. Going for better or worse, and they're just not ready to put that into the numbers. Yet Diana thanks Dan Olek with Linares results, the stocks ause down just slightly going into this report. It's about forty percent since the march lows it I. Don't know where you stand on homebuilders', but I think it was interesting that Diana pointed out. They may not be reinstating or reasserting full year guidance because they don't know what the economy's going to look like in the back half.

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Nearly Half of Coronavirus Spread May Be Traced to People Without Any Symptoms

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

00:21 sec | 2 months ago

Nearly Half of Coronavirus Spread May Be Traced to People Without Any Symptoms

"Now seems around half of all people. A contract covid nineteen show no symptoms of the onus. The findings are based on two separate studies released this week, a report in the Journal of the American. Medical Association which examined Seventy Eight. covid nineteen patients found that forty two point three percent were as symptomatic, showing no symptoms of Covid

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Horse named for Dr. Anthony Fauci finishes second in debut

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 2 months ago

Horse named for Dr. Anthony Fauci finishes second in debut

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Horse named for Dr. Anthony Fauci finishes second in debut

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 2 months ago

Horse named for Dr. Anthony Fauci finishes second in debut

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Virginia governor to announce removal of Lee statue

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Virginia governor to announce removal of Lee statue

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Virginia governor to announce removal of Lee statue

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Virginia governor to announce removal of Lee statue

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Virginia governor to announce removal of Lee statue

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Virginia governor to announce removal of Lee statue

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting Virginia's governor is to announce the removal of a statue of the confederacy's top general Virginia governor Ralph Northam is set to announce plans to take down one of the nation's most iconic edifice of monuments to the confederacy a senior northern administration official tells the Associated Press the governor is expected to announce Thursday a statue of general Robert E. Lee will be removed from state land on Richmond's prominent monument Avenue or the will direct the statue be put in storage while input is sought on a new location on Wednesday Richmond mayor levar Stoney announced he plans to seek the removal of statues of Confederate president Jefferson Davis and Confederate general Stonewall Jackson and Jeb Stuart which are on city land on monument Avenue I might cross yep

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Virginia governor to announce removal of Lee statue

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Virginia governor to announce removal of Lee statue

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting Virginia's governor is to announce the removal of a statue of the confederacy's top general Virginia governor Ralph Northam is set to announce plans to take down one of the nation's most iconic edifice of monuments to the confederacy a senior northern administration official tells the Associated Press the governor is expected to announce Thursday a statue of general Robert E. Lee will be removed from state land on Richmond's prominent monument Avenue or the will direct the statue be put in storage while input is sought on a new location on Wednesday Richmond mayor levar Stoney announced he plans to seek the removal of statues of Confederate president Jefferson Davis and Confederate general Stonewall Jackson and Jeb Stuart which are on city land on monument Avenue I might cross yep

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SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

03:05 min | 3 months ago

"stuart" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

"To quote. Amiga Some Torah I. It's a globalist class. That looks like a little bowl of styles basically and the Galaxy Code Ngoc. Say Five to eight and both of these and not too far from southern cross you can. You can actually stop them. Dimly with the knife. You'RE DOC DOT but the economy. See by our. If you've got little telescope you'll get a really good view now. Everyone the West after the sunset you'll see The Constellation Orion still. There are on the hunt but it sitting now. So it's just about to disappear from our notch guys for this season by serious brightest. Our we talked about it a lot. So the brightest star in the constellation Kanus major or the great. A dog is what that means. Kanus major a little bit to the north is another fairly bright style and this is co personae on. Which is the brightest star in the Constellation Kanus? Minor Eliza Dogs. Are there a couple of woofers up in in the northern half of the sky? They doesn't seem to be as many bright star fields this time of year compared to Dan the southern part of this guy but there are some famous constellations this has such as Leo and Cancer Virgo. Strontium is really like big because it contains hundreds and hundreds of galaxies but you do need a telescope to see them every eastern part of the sky high. After doc you'll see the constellation Scorpius beginning to poke its tail above the horizon. As the night progresses you'll see the full installation become visible. It's really quite spiky. It's one of those constellations. It actually looks like what it's meant to be Scorpion shape and it's followed a little bit lighter in the night by Sagittarius Sagittarius. Doesn't look like but when you do look towards Sagittarius. You're looking in the direction of the center of Al Galaxy. Now it's not always the planets Venus can still be saying low in the northwest after sunset during the first part of May but as the days pass it will get closer and closer down towards left horizon until disappeared by the end of the third week of the month and then it will pop back into morning skies in the eastern part of the sky in the middle of June Jupiter Saturn Mas or the other planets. We can see this month. And they're all pretty close together to each other in the sky as well. Jupiter rises over the Eastern Horizon. Just before eleven. Pm At the beginning of the month followed by followed by seven and a half an hour later really and then adapt ninety minutes later by Mas. So one after the other. They'll pop horizon. Two big broad. White Satin is slightly. Less broaden is gonNA slot yellowish tinge admires is smaller but has a sort of an orangey red sort of color. And if you're out and about Anywhere between May twelve may sixteen. Take a look in the light evening hours when the three plants above the horizon because as each not posses you'll see the moon passing by each of the planet intern the moon as it's moving around youth and it's all bit changes position very very slowly in the sky. Kind actually notice that during the course of a night if you take careful notice all which styles it might be next to and then you know a few hours later you'll see all of moves a little bit but certainly from not tonight that from one to the next you will say that it has moved in the sky so it's going to pass by h of these planets between May twelve sixteen and look really really nice. That's Jones the editor of Australian sky. Tell US magazine. And don't forget if you're having trouble getting your copy of the stray and sky and telescope from the usual retailer because of the current lockdown and travel restrictions. You can always get a print or digital subscription have.

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SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

01:59 min | 3 months ago

"stuart" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

"TV Apollo led the way to the moon and we the arguments generation going there to stay those of us in blue flight suits the start of the generation of astronauts could not be more excited about contributing to our nation's goal of putting the first woman and the next man. Pondo lunar surface by twenty twenty four we NASA have been partnering with Industry in order to achieve the best of what each organizations so without further ado the companies are SPACEX. The SPACEX design is a single stage solution using their starship. The SPACEX PROPOSAL INCLUDED IN SPACE. Propellant transfer demonstration and UNGLUED test. The second company is dianetics and dynamics has many partners that they will be working with and also has a very unique low slung crew macho putting the crew very close to the lunar surface for transfer and access. Dianetics will perform a demonstration flight to verify key capabilities for its lander system and the third team is the national team with blue origin as the prime the teams design is a three stage architecture consisting of an ascent decent and transfer elements with this diverse set of architectures. Nasa is confident in our nation's ability to perform the artists missions landing on the Moon in twenty twenty four will be the most dangerous a complex flying task attended by humans in more than fifty years. And it's only been done six times. That's why we're so excited about how to learn how to fly. These landers so we can make that smooth touchdown on the lunar surface and do what we came for lunar.

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SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

01:51 min | 3 months ago

"stuart" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

"The Journal. Acta pediatric Studied one thousand. Two hundred and fifty eight indigenous Australian children with an average age of six researches. Found kids who consistently went to bed late experienced greater weight gain over several years than those who went to bed early cannabis isn't addictive still floods around among enthusiasts. Any Canadian study may end up sitting that myth up in Smoke Watson for all a report in the Journal of the American Medical Association brought together all the best existing evidence around cannabis withdrawal including forty-seven studies covering a total of twenty. Three thousand people. It found around half of regular years as he tried to quit. Ended up suffering symptoms of withdrawal rural researchers found that male cannabis uses and people who smoke tobacco with the most likely to withdrawal symptoms. And the more cannabis people smoked the more likely they were to suffer withdrawal symptoms of cannabis. Withdrawal include irritability anger aggression nervousness or anxiety sleep disturbances appetite will white disturbance restlessness depression and Semitic symptoms such as headaches sweating nausea vomiting and abdominal pain being well as more countries around the world legalized cannabis for medical or recreational. Use another study in the Journal of the American Medical Association claims we can expect to see a rise in the number of users suffering from psychotic episodes their research by UK and Australian experts in viewpoint Article One set. The available evidence suggests a clear link between using high potency cannabis and an increased risk of psychosis. It says one solution might be considered controlling the potency of cannabis available if they plan on legalizing the drug and that's the show for now space-time is broadcast on sites own radio by the National Science Foundation.

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01:50 min | 3 months ago

"stuart" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

"Tanning propellers helicopter will remain encapsulated. In the Rovers Billy for the next year and will be deployed around the beginning of. May roughly two. And a half months after the rover's landing once the rovers driven a better hundred meters from the touchdown point and the helicopters undergone extensive systems checks Alexa. Cute a test flight campaign lasting up to thirty days based on the current matters curiosity rover which is exploring gale crater the one thousand and twenty five kilogram perseverance rover with such as signs of pass. Microbial life it'll counter is the planet's climate and geology. It'll collect samples for future returned to Earth and it will pave the way for human exploration of the Red Planet slated to start in just over a decade. The Mars Two thousand twenty perseverance mission has launch window running from July the seventeenth to August the fifth flying on an atlas five rocket from Space Launch Complex Forty one at the Cape Canaveral Air Force station. Florida this space time still to come. The science report and a new study is found that covered nineteen of fixed the brain and nervous system. Interact a third of all cases and reports that go to bed early and follow a consistent bedtime routine Mayo. Kids reduce the risk of becoming overweight or obese. All that and more still to come on space time and time that take another brief. Look at some of the other stories making these insights this week with a science report. A new study is found that the covert nineteen virus affects the brain and central nervous system in around a third of all cases. The findings reported in the Journal of the American Medical Association based on the Study of two hundred and fourteen patients with the curve in nineteen virus from the Wuhan Province epicenter in China where the disease began. Researches found that in more severe cases..

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SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

01:48 min | 3 months ago

"stuart" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

"Space time. Lou Final preparations continuing at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida for the July. Launch of Nasr's Mas Twenty Twenty Perseverance rover over the past week. The assembly test and launch operations team have completed some important milestones fueling. The Sky Crane descent stage and attaching the mass helicopter which will be the first aircraft in history to attend powered controlled flight. Another planet some forward one kilograms of hydrazine mono propellant have been loaded onto the descent stages for fuel tanks as the era show containing the descent stage in the rover entered the Martian atmosphere on February. Eighteenth Twenty Twenty One. That propellant will be pressured through some thirty seven meters of stainless steel and titanium piping into a Mars landing engines. The union's job will be to slow the spacecraft which will be travelling at around eighty meters per second with it some two thousand two hundred meters above the ground down to just three quarters of a meter per second what. It's around twenty meters above the ground. While maintaining this ready to set the stage will then perform the sky crane maneuver during which nylon cords will spool up too low. The rover eight meters below the descent stage. Then when the rover census touchdown just row crater the connecting chords will sever and that a since stage will fly off to avoid crashing into the rover. After that sense they refueling was completed. The system that will deliver the mouse helicopter to the surface of the Red Planet was integrated into the rover. The one point eight kilogram helicopters equipped with one point two meter diameter propellers cocoon within a special delivery system. He one of the first steps in the day-long process technicians engineers made thirty four little connections between the rover the helicopter and its delivery system on the roads.

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SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

08:49 min | 1 year ago

"stuart" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

"And you study claims the solar systems largest planet Jupiter, probably form. The bet four times further away from the sun than where it is now for years. There's been growing evidence that planetary systems including our solar system stable, but rather a subject to oppressive planetary migration, both during their birth and early in the history. You see a lot of planets contain materials, which unlikely to condense out of the proto planetary nebula at the current orbital, distances from their stars also observations of except planetary systems fan evidence of numerous John GP sized guests planets, circling so close, it takes just a few days or even hours to complete H O, but around their host environments, clearly fire too hot for planetary formation. So these planets must've foam further out, and that somehow migrated inwards today, prison locations and astronomers have seen telltale signs of similar planetary migration in the sun's own solar system. The name. Model variations of it, such as the grand tech offices have been developed to try and explain specific features, such as the composition of bodies in the main steroid built between Mars and Jupiter as Willis features seen in the more distant. Cadogan ought cloud. Planetary migration, also helps explain event is the late heavy bombardment three point nine billion years ago when the in assault system, suddenly underwent, a sudden upsurge in cometary, Estra bombardment. Then there's the apparently swapped open positions of the planets niche in urine us, as well as problems with Jupiter's family of Trojan asteroids, the grand trunk hot pop asus suggests that stupid outta would have to face, migration after its formations, and four point six billion years ago, near the snowline about three point five s to number that's out from the sun, and that's moment. Unit is the average distance between the earth and the sun that one hundred and fifty million kilometres or eight point three light minutes. The idea is that after clearing gap in the predator. Planetary guest is cheaper to begin migrating inwards to about one. One point five s genomic will units before reversing course and migrating outwards again to its current location. If uninterrupted this inward migration would have lived Jupiter in a close orbit around the sun like the recently discovered, how cheap it is seen in other planetary systems. But then along came satin. It also migrated towards the sun but being smaller, it migrated faster converging on Jupiter, and then being captured in two three residents with Jupiter, joints migration, a gap in the guest disc then formed, around Jupiter, and satin altering the balance of forces between the two planets, which then began migrating together set and passionately clean. It's part of the gap, which using the talking sitter on cheap at it by the ad aghast is just as gebu to rich somewhere between one point five and two western units from the early sun, this caused the net. Talk on the planets to become positive, and the pay began migrating our kids, the I would smell immigration continued, because interactions between the planets allowed guests streamed through the gap exchanging angular momentum with the planets. During its passage and in the process, adding to the positive balance of talks, and moving mass from the oughta disc to the end of this thereby allowing the planets the Margaret Atwood's relative to the disc. Now this transfer of guests to the disk, also slowed the reduction of the INA discs mess. Relative to the disc as it created onto son. If will provide enough time and allowed enough material to remain the form, the inner terrestrial planets mercury Venus earth, MAs. Meanwhile, the alad migration of Jupiter and sat and continued until they reached zero talk, configuration with a flood will possibly dissipated guests this Adeniji, but is Karen over the location about five point two astronaut units out from the sun Jupiter, grad tech, they will resolves the MAs problem. But limiting the material available to form is see some simulations of the formation of the terrestrial planets, and with MAs being similarly mess to the earth instead of its actual mass, which is just a fraction that of Judas inward migration would alter this distributional material. Having planet tissues in, what's a narrow dance band with a mix of materials inside one astronaut unit and living, the MAs region of space, relatively empty planetary embryos, quickly formed in this narrow bad, creating the to lodge, terrestrial worlds of Venus and the earth of repairs between sixty and one hundred and thirty million years, the remaining, scattered material, if that side the band, eventually form, the low mess terrestrial worlds of math and mercury the models, demonstrates how cheaper and set and drive most asteroids, from their initial obits during the migration 's leaving behind and excited remnant derived from both inside and outside she, but his original over the location before, to you, but it's migration, the surrounding regions would have contained asteroids, which varying composition based purely on the distance from the sun rocky asteroids would have dominated the inner agent or more primitive and ICS steroids dominated the outer ridge and beyond the so-called snowline the distance from the sun. We water will always condense out of the guest. This is an ice rather than a liquid vapor. As cheaper than set. And migrated inwards fifteen percent of the asteroids, scattered outwards orbits beyond satin. After reversing course, Gebran sentence Thurston county's object scattering about zero point five percent of the original population back inwards on stable orbits encounters with Jupiter in satin leaf, many of these captured asteroids with logics interested. Inclinations eccentricities refers to how elongated orbit is will inclination refers to its angle of two compared to the planet of the solar system, upon which the planets orbit around the sun, importantly, some of the stories also lifting obits, which cross the region of space with terrestrial planets would later form this allowed water to be delivered city creating planets, asteroid impacts one thing, I'll solar system. Doesn't have which was sitting in lots of other exit planetary systems assert called super earth. And this could also be the result of Jesus inward migration, which captured planet testimony was causing catastrophic collision cascades with the resulting debris spiraling. Into the sun and taking any forming super in with them. The four existing, terrestrial planets could then formed out of the remaining debris left behind when she said, migrated back out. Okay. So that's the grand tech pompous. So what's changed with this new research will scientists have used new advanced computer simulations? To learn more about you, but his journey through the solar system, and they modeled suggests that Jupiter was formed some four times further at from the sun and what it's current position would indicate the study's lead author parini from Lunde in the versity says, it's the first time that's been any sort of evidence suggesting that cheaper to form a long way, from the sun and then migrated to its current orbit. Karanis evidence is based on the location of Jupiter's, Trojan asteroids Trojans are asteroids which orbit about sixty degrees ahead and behind the planet the planet orbits, the sun, these locations, and then, as the ill for L five the grunge in points with a gravitational interactions between the planet and the sun balance each other out resulting in the stable region. Cheapest Trojans consists of two groups of thousands of asteroids with about fifty percent more of the Trojans in Jupiter them behind it. And it's this symmetry which has become the Kate. The oath is understanding chip is migration. The study's co we'll, and perennial PHD supervisor professor and your Hansen says the reasons for this symmetry always being a bit of an astronomical mystery after all why don't the two groups contain the same number of asteroids. So the pay develop you computer simulations to try and determine the reasons that recreating the course of events of Jesus formation and how the planet gradually drew in its Trojan asteroids. They model shows that the comedy symmetry could only have occurred of Chipita was formed four times further away out of the solar system, and subsequently migrated to its current position. They muddle sure that during its inward journey jibbidy, gravity would have drawn lots more Trojans in front of it than behind it, according to their calculations cheap. It is migration went on for around seven hundred thousand years in the period. Approximately two to three million years after the celestial body started its life as an icy planet testimonial, far from the sun, the journey inwards in the. Solar system. A spiraling course in which Jupiter continue to circle the sun in any crushingly type path the simulation showed that the trick and asteroids were actually join in when chip it was still very young planet with no guests atmosphere, which means as asteroids, most likely consist of the same building books that formed shepherdess core in twenty twenty one that's launch its Lucy probe to orbit around six of Jupiter. Trajan asteroids, the study them the authors also suggest that based on the models, the other guest giant, San, as well as the two ice giants, you're innocent niche, enqueso of my credit in a simple way. I'm stewart. Gary this space time..

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SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

06:15 min | 1 year ago

"stuart" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

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SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

06:15 min | 1 year ago

"stuart" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

"Symmetric burn now, one minute five seconds into flight about thirty seconds remaining until lesser, burnout continue to see good performance on the main engine and standing by for burnout shortly. And we have burnt out on all four m standing by for jettison. We have good indication of jettison of all four, solid rocket Motors main engine continuing to perform chamber pressure looks good passing one fifty seconds into flight vehicles, going to clue gardens, the delta, four rocket now is just one half of its liftoff weight burning propellant at a rate of almost two thousand pounds per second. The second stage ACS system press has been opened system pressure response. Looks good and seeing good body rates on the dealt four is that transition to closed loop guidance main engine continue to perform well engine parameters. Look good. Equal is now forty six miles in altitude, seventy three miles down range distance travelling at fifty four hundred miles per hour. Continuously good performance on the main engine passing two minutes. Thirty five seconds into flight and body rates of Nolde out now and the upper stage lock system has begun. The boost phase chill down sequence to begin thermal conditioning of the Arlington, engine now two minutes remaining in the boost phase of flight and upper stage fuel system has begun boost phase till down standing by for payload fairing jettison. Yeah. We have good indication of payload fairing jettison stage separation. Now's extension is deploying we have pre-start on the oral ten standing by for mission. And we have ignition on the Arlt ten chamber pressure. Looks good body rates. Look good. Visit the first burn of today's mission this I burn will last approximately fifteen minutes, fifteen seconds. Now passing four minutes. Thirty seconds into flight all ten chamber pressure continues to look good the six thousand kilogram WGN Tim high throughput satellite is based around Boeing's seven two. Bus it carries k Bannon k band transponders providing some eight point zero eight gigahertz band with, with download speeds of living gigabits per second. The US air force is now looking at commissioning Boeing to build another two satellites in the series, WGST eleven and WGN twelve. And time now for a brief look at some of the other stories making news in science this week with a science report, scientists warn that so little is known about the current population size and distribution of the black throated Finch that's affecting the government's approved with a massive dining coalmine project that the true state is the bid is uncertain. A report in the journal MU Australian authority says the establishment of adequate monitoring programs for the black thread, faint seven subspecies should be a top priority. Scientists found Canada standing of the boots college threats and optimal habitat are incomplete and the absence of long term studies limits. Their understanding of seasonal changes resistance. However, did find that more than half of the endangered birds remaining. Habitat is within areas slated for the massive coalmines feature operations. Rickie use of glucose Amine supplements, which normally take into help joint pain may also help low one's risk of heart disease. The findings reported in the British medical journal based on data almost half a million pretty Schmidt and women scientists found that those use glucose at a fifteen percent lower risk of cardiovascular disease events of role and the benefits among smokers who more than double those of non-smokers researchers say the link could be explained by the fixable, Cosa may not inflammation, which plays a role in both cardiovascular disease and rightous. It's official. The kilogram is dead long live. The kilogram on world metrology day which was Monday the twentieth. The definition of the kilogram was officially changed to be based on the plank constant a fundamental constant of nature, that's inherently stable, a miracle story last November measurement scientists from around the world gathered in Paris, the home of the big k, and voted to redefine the international system of units, including the kilogram. The kilogram was originally defined as the mess of the later. Cubic dizzy may Tove water. It was later represented by platinum alloy cylinder. The international prototype, kilogram will the grand k- manufactured in eighteen eighty nine and carefully. Stored in Paris, despite sciences best efforts to maintain it. The grand k- has diverged from its replicas by approximately fifty micrograms, since they manufacture, by the way, the plank constant relates to paddock was energy and hence, messed to its frequency. Cyber-security. She was being discovered and Facebook's. What's at smartphone measuring at the vulnerability allows hackers to remotely install surveillance software on a uses the vice the popular messaging with to offer secure messaging services for one on one will small group conversations, but as a result of this one rebuilding it's become a target for scam is trying to hack into uses confidential conversations and perform other malicious activities. Facebook has issued a patch in its latest. What's up update? L intelligence claim at giant forty tonne Dyna so may have walked in high-heeled fashion. The ancient ripta, a source brownie, I was Acerra Donoso found a rubber in south west Queensland dating back, one hundred sixty to one hundred and seventy million years to Jurassic syrup pods of those Bivary full Liga data so that look like the Flintstones Dino, you know the ones with an elephant like body and legs long tail at one end and a very long, Nick and small hit the other the high heeled walking pastas the best on officers. Scientists currently have to explain how such an enormous creature could have supported sun, bodyweight reporting, the gentleman follow g researches claim it was clear that Ryota source walked with an elevated, he'll raising the question how foot able to support the immense mass of the animal. Remember this is a creature between twenty five and forty tonnes in weight. They conclude that even though reenter service stood arts, tiptoes, the hill was cushioned by fleshy pad similar to. Elephants fate. But this dinosaur was, of course, at least five times, heavy the oath is arrived to their conclusion by creating a three d replica of the fossil and then physically manipulating it in an attempt to understand the movement between bones and comparing that to none syrup hot footprints. You're listening to space time I'm Stewart Gary, and that's the Shifu now you can subscribe and download space time as a free twice weekly podcast through apple podcast on itunes, Stitcher, bots dot com. 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"stuart" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

11:08 min | 1 year ago

"stuart" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

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SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

11:08 min | 1 year ago

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"Kind of a terrible thing to think about this is what inspired another investigation of the Libyan desert glass that we started a year or two ago. And so, how did you do your research? And what did you find? Well, one of my collaborators Christian Koerbel who's the director of natural history. Museum in Vienna. Had made several trips to the AGIP shin desert to collect specimens of Libyan desert glass. Dr Koerbel specialty is impact classes, and detecting evidence of small amounts of the impacter that gets dissolved in impact glass when Iraq from space hits and gets vaporized. And so there's some elemental analyses that are targeted to try to detect that. And we had previously detected such a presence of an extraterrestrial geochemical fingerprint in the glass that still doesn't solve the issue of whether. Or not. It's an impact or airburst. We collaborated in our project, and he sent me some samples of the Libyan desert glass that he had collected previously about a decade ago. And I took a look at them with a scanning electron. Microscope, my interest was to look for the minerals or com because they're con- is a relatively common mineral in a lot of different rock types, and also in loose sediment loose Sam. And it is an excellent recorder of shock deformation. And so the, the thinking was we can take a look at some of these comes. And if there was shocked deformation from, from an impact zircon would be a good recorder of that process. And so that was what we set out to look for the same as quartz spot on shop courts is simply describes the same type of high pressure deformation in the mineral courts, which is much more common than Cirque on, or at least it's more abundant, you know, both court sincere con are. Founded widely across the earth in Granitz and sand stones and lots of other types. Here's the issue though, with Libyan desert glass, it got so hot that it melted. All the courts most of the glass, is truly glass. It's greater than ninety nine probably ninety nine point nine percent glass, and so there are very few minerals left. So it would be very natural to say you know what? Let's go take a look at some courts in this class. And see if we can find evidence of shock deformation but all the courts melted have gone on. It's still there just got transformed into glass. It's too hot, but the nice thing about zircon is that it's very refractory, and it just means it can withstand very high temperatures and even zircon has a limit above around seventeen hundred degrees celsius, which is rather hook you concert con-, we'll break down, and most of the Cirque on grains, we've found in the Libyan desert glass had reacted. They got so hot. They reacted to other minerals and. In doing so they were fundamentally changed. That's a great thing is about ten percent of their cons that we found had not yet reacted, and they're the ones that recorded but evidence of a high pressure phase called read high pressure phase means a mineral that only forms under the extreme crushing pressures created by an impact. This impact was so intense. It literally causes the atoms in minerals to jam much closer together than they normally are. And if it's very high-pressure, it's enough to actually form. New mineral in this case zircon 's got squished enough to form this new mineral called read, I, and we could detect the evidence for read, I in some of these grains, that was the smoking gun in our study that raises the question then of why. No impact crater. Yeah. No, that's there's still lots of mysteries here that, that are out there and ongoing, or is it possibly there. That's just very affected by the sense of time. Well, pardon the pun. Yeah, it could be covered wa- with these giant sand dunes that are in the area where the glasses found was quite interesting. The sand dunes a huge and you go down to the troughs between these sand dunes, whether the desert floor is exposed a we bit. And in between these dunes. That's where you find. That's a rock on the desert floor. And that's where it would be in glasses. And so when ideas that perhaps, the impact structure is under sand dunes, that would also effectively be very effective, and hiding it from satellite images. There's another possibility, and that is that it has a road it away or eroded so deeply that it's it doesn't really manifest as a as a circular feature on the surface of the earth anymore. Of course, there's another idea as well. And that the glass was generated from an impact in the region, but perhaps, not at that locality. And so, the glass was addicted from somewhere else, probably in the vicinity regionally, maybe somewhere in western Egypt and. Landed in that area. The glasses spread out over hundreds of kilometers. And so it's not all in one location. And I'm going to guess the shifting sands overtime having moved the Glasser around. And so it's not necessarily the case that right where you find the glass of impact is required to be because it's found over a big area. That's the cozy from couldn't university. And this is space time. I'm Stewart Gary. China's chang. Full Lander and its robotic U2. Rover found that. The geologic history of the moons facade is far more complicated than scientists that originally thought a report in the journal nature is found that levels of the mineral all Avenia the landing site match what was expected? It was thought that amount of magma ocean cover the surface for much of its early history as the molten ocean began to settle cool and solidify Ladda Monroe's flooded at the surface, while heavy minerals. Sunk down at the bottom the cross the Venturi solidified over initiative Murray. Basalt encasing, Matto, dense minerals, such as olive pyroxene as asteroids crashed into the surface of the moon. They crack through the crest, ejecting pieces of the Luna mantle understanding the composition of the Luna mantle is critical for testing whether a magma ocean ever existed as hot offices suggests and that's important because the evolution of the moon will provide a window into the evolution of the earth as well as other terrestrial worlds. That's because. The lunar surface is relatively untouched competitive the earth surface as being dramatically reshaped by things like a Rhodesian plate tectonics, and falcons Channy for landed in the moon south pole Aitken basin, the largest impact crater in the solar system. It's also the first base craft to land on the moon's fast side. See the moon is tidally locked with the same side always facing the earth. There are great differences in the composition terrain structure, and the age of rocks between the lunar near and far sides. The facade is very mountainous rugged and thickly dotted with impact craters. Giving it a very different parents, the lodge flat Murray covered nearside about sixty percent of the near side is covered in my right, basalt. In fact, the twenty two Linda Amari nineteen located on the knees side. The Luna facade is coveted, Luna, Highland, Athar aside. Scientists don't fully understand the reasons for this geological a symmetry between the near and far sides. Although they infer. For that. The Luna crust is thicker on the fast side than the Nishad. But because it always faces away from the, the Luna fast side is more difficult to study landing on the fire side places any probe. Out of direct radio contact with mission, Mench is back on earth. China's solution involved first pledging a communication set lot named magpie bridge into the gravitationally stable position in space, none as the lunar Legrand into position, sixty five thousand kilometers above the Luna facets surface from the magpie bridge can relay communications between the earth and any fast side Luna Atlanta, this was followed by the launch of the channel full, which touchdown over the share the huge two thousand five hundred kilometer wide. I can basin is some thirty kilometers, deep and peppered with younger impact craters Cheney Ford, it's U2. to Luna, Russia of been collecting spectral data samples from the flat stretches of the basin as well as from the other smaller, but deeper impact craters within the basin. The research. Searchers expected to find a wealth of excavated mantle material on the flat. Basin floor since the originating impact, penetrated deeply into the original crest, but instead they only found faint. Traces of all of aim primary component of earth up of mantle the absence of abundant all of was a real concern. However as more and more samples from deeper impacts, with taken greater amounts of Alvin were found scientists now think that the Luna metal consists of equal parts of olive, pyroxene rather than being dominated by one of the other named after the moon goddess in Chinese mythology Cheney full was originally billed as a backup to twelve hundred kilogram Cheney three lunar Lander which touchdown on the bay of Ray and low, the siding twenty thirteen and like Chang, three. Jennifer also carried a small one hundred and forty kilogram six. Would you to Jade rabbit Rover, the YouTube to, to expose craggy and complex terrain of the surrounding landscape? By the way, Jade, rabbit was the moon. Goddesses pet, the U2. Reva was deployed onto the lunar surface, twelve hours after the Chang, four touchdown, the Rosa will need to explode much more of the basin to better understand the geology of its landing site and to fully understand the composition of the loon, the mantle I'm Stewart. Gary this space time..

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"Scientists with masses, new horizon mission say mystery still surrounds the formation of the most stint whatever explored that remains the que question in the first detailed findings about the district copperbelt object twenty four Tatum. You sixty-nine ultimate Toulet as they analyze the first sets of data gathered during the missions, New Year's day. Fly by the authors quickly discovered an object far more complex than originally expected. The findings reported in the journal science have revealed much about this distant. Woods development geology, and composition, located some six billion kilometers away ultimate to is the most disembarked ever explored and the first investigation of a wall preserved ancient relic from an error of planetary formation. Dating back some four point six billion years. The thirty six kilometer wide capability. Object is a contact binary with two very distinct differently shaped lobes this alive, strangely flat. Globe, which has been nicknamed ultima, which is connected to a small a somewhat more rounded lobe nicknamed Toulet, how these two lobes got their unusual. Shapes is an unanticipated mystery that likely relates the have independently formed billions of years ago like many binary woods in the cockpit built the paths of these two words, eventually intersected, they became gravitationally bound and began opening each other automatically some praises brought them together in what scientists calculate must have been fairly channel merger for that to happen. Much of the binary orbital momentum must have dissipated for the objects to come together. But scientists don't know whether that was due to Eric dynamic forces from gases in the engine Sola nebula. Or if alternate to lay ejected other loves that formed with them in order to dissipate energy, and shrink their orbits the alignment of the axes of Beth altern to indicate that before the merge. These two lobes must have become tidally locked meaning that the same sides always faced each other as. They opened it around a common center of gravity. You horizons principal investigator Allen stern from the southwest research institute in boulder. Colorado says discoveries about alternate to lay can only help advance theories of solar system formation. The authors are also investigating a range of surface, features alternate to allay such as bright spots and patches hills and troughs and Creighton and pits. The distant worlds largest depression is an eight kilometer wide feature code Maryland, crater, which likely formed from an impact. However, it's thought some of the smaller pits on the cockpit bought object may have been created by material falling into internal voids or judo exotic ICES sublimating to gases and then leaving empty pits in, they place. Another interesting feature. Is that like other cockpit boat objects ultimate to is extremely reading kala even read than the much logic two thousand four hundred kilometer wide twelve planet, Pluto, which new horizons explored at the inner edge of the Kuyper built back in two thousand fifteen. In fact. Ultimate to is the risk out of solar system object ever visited. It's ready shoe is believed to have been caused by the modification of the organic materials on its surface. Ciders defined evidence of methanol water is an organic molecules, and mixture very different from most icy objects explored previously by spacecraft. The slow drip of data being transmitted from the fly bys continuing and we'll go on until the middle of next year. In the meantime, you horizons continues to carry out you up subversions of additional Kabul, objects it passes in the distance. These dock frozen wounds far too distant to reveal discoveries like those on EMI's sixty-nine, but the team can measure aspects, such as the objects brightness, and of course, new horizons also continues to map the charge, particle, radiation, and dusting, violent of the Kuyper built, you horizons was launched back on January the nineteenth two thousand and six from the Cape Canaveral air force stationing Florida aboard an atlas five rocket the pride made his. History, July fourteenth two thousand fifteen what it became the first spacecraft to visit Pluto. And also studied Pluto's, binary partner, Sharon and therefore, moons, sticks nix curbs hydra Pluto is one of the largest known bodies in the Cobb built a ring frozen roads comets and icy debris, circling the sun out beyond the orbit of Neptune. Then you horizon spacecraft. He's now some six point six billion kilometers from earth. It's operating nominally and speeding evitable into the cop built at nearly fifty three thousand kilometers per hour. Ultimate to lay is an ancient traditional name used to describe the most distant place known a land will be on the board as of the known world in engine Greek and Roman times it was the place furthest north Nath referred, rather Iceland, Greenland. Although Beth the Orkney and Shetland islands were also referred to his ultimate Tuli in medieval times. I'm Stewart Gary this space time. Scientists have solved the hundred year old mystery discovering that glass founding Egyptian desert was created by a meteorite impact rather than atmosphere. Gabe, I the findings reported in the journal geology heavy publications for understanding the threat purse by asteroids, the authors examined, tiny grains of the minerals ERC on found in samples of Libyan desert glass found over several thousand square kilometres of Egypt's western desert created some twenty nine million years ago, the canary yellow colored glass. He's nearly pure silica one chunk was famously coughed into a scarab that was part of king. Tutankhamen owns pictoral. The origins of the glass, has long been a topic of ongoing debate as to, whether it was formed during meteoroid impact, or during an abbess, which happens when asteroids explode as they hit thick allays of atmosphere. The studies laid orthodox Anka Versi from Curtin university says the idea that the glass may form during a large atmospheric. Yeah. Burst gained popularity following the dramatic burst over Chechnya linski and Russia in two thousand thirteen the fiber will an explosion, which was captured by dash cams across the city caused extensive property damage due to the shock wave from the blast humans are injured, mostly by shards of glass, caused when the windows through which they were looking exploded. However, the blast felt to surface materials to melt, and that's where the Egyptian disagrees different, the cons in the glass preserved evidence of the former presence of a high pressure mineral name read, I'd, which only forms during meteoroid impact previous models had suggested, Libyan desert glass represented, a lodge one hundred megatonne Abe. I bet these new results are, this could simply not have been the case, Diversey says meteorite impacts of catastrophic events, but they not common. He says, Abe happen more frequently but we now know not to expect Libyan designates forming event in the near future, which is a course for some comfortable. I studies of glass. Where the discovery that for one, it was very high in silica and the issue there is it takes a lot of heat to melt something that's almost pure silica silica, just common beach, sand courts, greens, lots of it around Egypt and Libya, I guess. Yeah. That's right. Well, at least today, there is, of course, this is thirty million years ago. Egypt was rather lush back then, so the climate today in Egypt, did not look like it did when this event happened so but say is pretty common we still don't know exactly what was hit to melt, whether it was a courts rich rock like sandstone or whether it was something more like desert sand. It's hard to tell, but there's abundant evidence for really high temperature processes, there's minerals at only form under very high temperatures some minerals melted or reacted away another process. It only happens at high temperature and I think the science community for many, many years was happy with the idea that this was some type of next. Terrestrial process because those kinds of temperatures are generated by normal Ignace rocks. You'll never find something from a volcano in Hawaii. That's anywhere near this hot, the debate was whether or not it was from an abyss stir around impact. That's right. So early on. I think people favored, the idea that this was in a meteorite impact because at the time, there was a lot less research into how air bursts work and, and what kinds of effects, they produce. And so I, I would say through the sixties and seventies even eighties the idea that it was an impact gained a foothold. But there was always some nagging issues, and those were for one there was no source impact crater that had been identified with a glass could have been thrown out. But I was the first problem. The second problem is that an impact of ant produces unique conditions in rocks and the earth when you slam rock from space into the earth at about fifteen kilometers, a second. You generate shock. News and the shock waves really squeeze, the rocks like an accordion in that process, creates a unique kind of damage in rocks and minerals called shock deformation, you know, deformation or damage that results from shock and that type of evidence had not yet been found in pieces of glass, and so of that left room for other other alternative hypotheses to rise up. And I guess then we had the twenty thirty inch showing you linski event, and that sort of brought the idea of an APIs into the picture, much more strongly. And of course, people always in the back of their mind would have had what happened to ten. Goose, go one hundred earlier in mind as well, which was also a Navis. Well, here's where things got interesting people have wondered about the to goose key event over Russia that happened, I think nineteen eight, and that has generally been attributed to an air burst because again, no source crater has been found combined that with advances. In numerical modeling that came out, primarily of nuclear weapons research design, and so people can do very sophisticated models of what happens when you detonate a nuclear weapon in the atmosphere because affectively, what that does is. It's a giant deposition of a tremendous amount of energy into the atmosphere, and there's all kinds of complicated physics that occur in that process. But great advances have been made in being able to model that, and that gave rise to people starting to say you know what the same or similar type of computer codes could model, this airburst process, and I would say that probably has been going on, for ten or fifteen years in a modern way. And so the idea that well, geez. You know, big enough airburst could re really roast the surface of earth with a lot of thermal energy. And guess what would make an impact and because of that, there wouldn't be evidence of shock deformation, and so that seemed to fit the Bill? To explain, Libyan desert glass, as a sensible alternative hypothesis. And then, of course, the Chelyabinsk airburst happened in two thousand thirteen but then you guys drilled into this almost literally, I guess a data and you've gone back to the ground impact Serey. Well, here's the deal. The tune goose gay airburst over Russia is modeled to have been about a five megaton event. Megatons is the amount of energy deposited in the atmosphere. The Chelyabinsk air bursts, stop to be about half of a megaton, so even smaller than the, the one that happened in nineteen eight. And the thing about Libyan desert glass, is the way it had been modelled it came across as a one hundred megaton event. So a giant, giant event compared to these historical air bursts, and that's kind of frightening. If that's the case, where basically a an asteroid thought to be about one hundred meters diameter could rip into the atmosphere. Fear and Lou literally breathe fire under the surface of the earth and incinerate a large portion of it at very high temperatures. It's kind of a terrible thing to think about this is what inspired another investigation of the Libyan desert glass that we started a year or two ago. And so, how did you do your research? And what did you find?.

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"Japan's I was the two spacecraft is briefly touched down on the surface of the asteroid riot go to collect samples for eventual retentive worth the spacecraft. I fight a small project out of the asteroid surface to loosen material. And then briefly landed at the impact side to collect the asteroidal rocks and soil sixteen twenty one seventy three right? You GU is a potentially hazardous near near earth. Object belonging to the Apollo group of earth crossing asteroids, the nine hundred and fifty meter wide diamond shaped space rock is a red type of asteroid known as a special type c g it includes properties of both common carbonaceous or high carbon seatac asteroids as well as relatively ridge e type asteroids, which contain strong ultraviolet absorption Phages suggesting Folles silicate minerals such as clays or mica Ryacudu orbits the sun. Enrich. Your grade that is in the opposite direction of the planet at a distance of between zero point nine six and one point four one Esther nominal unit every four hundred seventy four earth days and astronomical unit being the average distance between the earth and the sun a better hundred and fifty million kilometres or eight light minutes as for the name Ragu. Will it's Japanese for dragon palace, and it refers to a magical underwater palace in Japanese folklore were fishermen travelled on the back of a turtle returning home later with a mysterious box much like high the two returning with asteroid samples the Japan. Aerospace exploration agency Jaksa is now waiting for confirmation that high bushes sample collection was successful. If it gets the, okay Lenny be the second time in history that a spacecraft is collected a sample from an asteroid, I listened to his predecessor the original high was undertook a similar operation during its mission to the asteroid Itokawa back in two thousand and five. However, it collected any few grains of dust following a series of problems during the first descente tempt and a projectile firing failure during the second attempt. However, those precious few grains were successfully returned worth being checked in a special sample return capsule. Which parachuted down into the woman rocket range in outback South Australia in twenty ten highbush the twos. Autonomous the sent to the service of riot is also being considered a high risk maneuver taking twenty six hours, the slowly drop the spacecraft from an altitude of about twenty kilometers down onto a desolate grey boulder strewn surface, which could easily damage the spacecraft bird mission manages believe that based on everything they can see that assent and sample collection went according to plan. This time round highbush the two locked onto a previously position. Reflective target Martha a region chosen by scientists as the safest place on the rock covered. Asteroid to attempt the landing the spacecraft then fired a project. Into the surface Justice. It was touching down kicking up some soil pebbles and rocky material which would then have been quickly scooped into a sample collection chamber. The high was the to orbiter is shed it apart ri- ago in December swooping patio theatre later where it will check to sample return capsule, which like its predecessor is designed to parachute down into the warmer. Rocket range in outback saffir stralia.

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"Eighteen high throughput K you ban transponders. Old design to improve telecommunications and internet services across the Indonesian archipelago this mission was the third flight for the same falcon nine booster which had already flown. The iridium seven mission last July and Argentine CEO, come one air observation satellite mission eleven weeks later, the booster return to worth following Meco main engine cutoff, and I ate separation successfully landing on the drone ship. Of course. I still love you which had been pre positioned the North Atlantic Ocean down range of the law inside.

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"Sydney has always been Austrailia party city and next to its knees fireworks celebrations. The biggest party on the harbor cities. Calendar is its annual gay and lesbian mardi graphist of all as part of this. You celebrations Australia's National Science agency. The C Siro has lit up its economy Australian square kilometer array Pathfinder radio telescope in a rainbow of colors, six of the twelve midday dishes, located in the remote within the strain outback and displaying different color of the rainbow against the backdrop of the Milky Way to Mark the CSI rose in our world participation in that she's mardi gras parade. At least fifty hours staff will March in the parade on March. The second holding a giant DNA, double helix. Silla breeding organizations commitment to diversity the theme being diversity is in our day. Dr Sarah is deputy director of SIA Siro astronomy. And space sciences says us. The strain square kilometer rape Pathfinder was appropriate because it points to the futures space research, the Pathfinder at located the Murchison radio astronomy observatory some eight hundred kilometers north Perth is testing technologies which will be incorporated into the massive multibillion dollar square kilometer array project, the world's largest radio telescope now being developed in outback Australia ad in South Africa pieces. The pathfinders used by diverse group of strontium is from ride around the world. So it's an appropriate setting for rainbow display of ask cap dishes 'em in rainbow colors dish. And we've done that to demonstrate really commitment DeVos to celebrate that were walking up mardi gras and also because he uses telescope really diverse and we want to demonstrate to them as well that we're inclusive and welcoming to everybody important is diversity in an organization as large and diverse itself as the space IRO you have fingers. So many pies from astronomy through the marine sciences geology through engineering yet. Look absolutely do it. And so a really wide range of science and in order to attract and retain really the best talent internationally thing. We have to be very welcoming people have to be comfortable able to bring that whole best selves to work. And there's also a lot of evidence that suggests that diverse teams more innovative, and they make more revenue and then more effective. How's that going? We'll re up to that in its commissioning phase now, so it's thirty six fishes and innovative radio cameras rule starting to work together. But it's already delivered some really great science. For example, we've detected more than twenty fast radio bursts ready with the telescope, even though it's not quite fully working at. And of course, the good thing was asking is. You haven't got microwave ovens there to accidentally opened up before they've finished cooking. You get any false ratings. Now, if I kept we think is on what's the world, best radio observatory? Because extremely quiet. It's around three hundred fifty kilometers from the newest town. And so that's why we've gone left because it's very radio, quiet. Are you knew the Murchison world through to raise? That is that. Yes, that's right. So we're both both on the Murchison and registrar observe a tree which is managed by CSI Arroyo. And we're very pleased to be able to share it with with them delight Murchison's of different type of radio telescopes setup, isn't it? Yeah. That's right. So much than why field array is a low frequency telescope, and it does Catholic precursors for the square kilometer. Right. Which will also be the same site when it gets built in Australia in a couple of years that's already up and running the early stages of that for the square kilometer array, what about the astray inside of things. So we've been running up precursors now as I say caps. Nearly nearly am open running and w is bemoaning number of years. But we've also been working on the design for the telescope. What we've learned from us Cap'n MWA, we'll be fading into the K design the two. Functions of what's being built in Australia, and what's being built in South Africa. You looking at different ends of the electromagnetic radio spectrum out you low frequency radio waves and winds looking at midway prince radio eight. Yeah. That's right. So they'll be complementary and what happens then once you collect that data. Somehow there's going to be an awful lot of data to try and process and determine what you want, and what you check out, and what you cave and Hetty dual letting witty store it. And how do you simply get that amount of data from one place to another as an S k- Tecom. Oh, absolutely data radio telescope producing masses more data than we've been used to radio. Astronomers Esca will have an archive that something like two three hundred PETA bytes of data year, so solving that big data challenge is one of the key things will be working on over the next year. That's the big problem isn't Hetty. You know, what you keep his worth keeping headed? You know, what you Chuck out stuff that you can afford to get rid of you can afford to lose. So that's a really key challenge. And for the first time with these telescopes the computers, the supercomputers that when the data were really part of the telescope because we have to process the data more or less at the same time as it's taken. We just can't afford to stole the data anymore in this curse. We're talking about a new generation of computers. Some of the biggest in the world. That's right. Look will require for k x o scale kind of computing. So they'll be those will be big computers than anybody has now. Fortunately, we've got a few years yet to get this is all being coordinated from Manchester England S K headquarters in Manchester. There were ten member countries all over the world, and we really very much enjoyed that international. Collaboration. In fact, in two weeks time, we'll be doing in Rome to sign the treaty fast. It's too syrup. His deputy director of SIA Sira, astronomy and space science,

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