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"stuart roosa" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

11:45 min | 7 months ago

"stuart roosa" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"First and then I'll give you the solution I'm usually calling with the solution I think is a non drinker so the Caney by sorry I want to run me off the motion here during the problem areas that the government is the one driving up the price of the hand sanitizer which is all natural is based on ethanol that's the only all natural alcohol in the world this is so you see this and I don't fool with Qantas or chemicals so the government needs to stop blocking the production and drive the cost up by just simply repealing these antiquated alcohol laws I did some research and found innocent cost me a million dollars in legal fees to legally have Mike Hanson says her well you don't have that kind of money any do you I don't have a damn but I've got some corn in some reason some sugar I can get it with food stamps and start a business what you can and of course do you know what it's like to do alcohol ethanol David bloom comes on our program and the he sells little tiny distilleries to be able to do that and to do it well let's go to Steven and Birmingham Alabama welcome to the program hi Steven well hello there George nori hi there it's a definite Birmingham Alabama I want to make a few declaration that thank you for the content you bring your radio okay well thank you first of all the founding fathers realized when they struck a structured our government and that is there any always at them and it's here exactly when they were toppled I don't think the plan that I think they fell into it what do you think well I if if they didn't put it quite not legit but progressed to the point that it has that that's something they didn't realize the internet you know that over there using back improvements press all right well maybe maybe how many calls we have left here John in Fremont Ohio welcome to the program Hey John all righty yeah I I really appreciated Stuart Roosa currents because I think he's grown a lot over in the years ago and he was just sort of like the conventional conservative person who shied away from criticizing the real deep state CIA military industrial complex and it's crimes in lies of drag us into one war saturation bombing Korean Vietnam and to dozens of countries overthrown by CIA desk was installing those kind of dictatorships around the world defense there's a there's an article that is incorporated one of the things that he a portly brought out but to bed given the limitations of time passed over and that the article is called the Z. Gladio G. L. A. D. I. O. north was **** crimes of the U. S. empire the Gladio George was crimes of the US and who wrote a John a political scientist and that many of the political scientist accredited economists and historians and commentators are on very valuable website global research global research dot CA but they are never allowed to be heard on any of our corporate media because they contradict the judge parish the yes man of the CIA and the FBI of the deep state who have a pleasure to do these wars by demonizing countries like Russia and China for a hundred years and ponding that into your head and saying I I wouldn't die I think the demonizing of brushes probably true no I was a matter of fact I I think until we begin to question these dog bars that opened up or pushes your head to just apply a trillion dollars a thousand billion dollars are over taxed every year to benefit the young people who are a benefit from all these lies the profiteers of the war industries a weapons makers which is a well probably the most important gun lobby you are controlling our government and our Johns are they're all doing it though all around the planet China is doing it I would I would I would not get on the side of Russia and China in the gate the United States they are all doing notes and not China of course one of the biggest offenders Russia being run by an oligarch who was with the KGB potent and look at what he's been doing I mean I and he's one of the richest people on the planet you think Bill Gates has money Putin is a worth a fortune and that he didn't get that by not controlling things so don't be naive enough to believe that the they are Scot free and all of this it's not just all of us to be sure I mean you've called before and you point out some things but you know we're not just the bad boys on the block they're all doing it right now text and tweets Tom what do you have for kids this one from Jamie in New Orleans I'm wondering if you can talk about the good and the bad of advancing technology well the good of course is the incredible things we've been able to do with the internet and everything else mark phones I mean to be able to send a text message to somebody thousands of miles away and they get it instantly or a picture I mean that's that's amazing technology but the downside is intrusion spying on us and all these other things that could happen it's stopping that stuff we need to know what what are you glad that it's here in spite of the things I I could have gone wrong with that I am I makes my life so much easier it really depends I mean not just producing these shows by computer I mean I couldn't be in Saint Louis you in Los Angeles Lisa in Oregon without the internet it we couldn't happen it's great it makes you wonder what happened before before it was around it was not easy let me tell you because I was our problems well you are and you remember ripping read absolutely you know exactly that from people I would go in to talk shows back in nineteen ninety six with the copy from newspapers and magazines and it would be scattered all over the place now you could just sit down at your computer and produce a nice package you get your guest material you can read up on them and study them this is such a huge difference I used to cut news articles out of the paper and keep them under white sheets of paper so they're like readable I'm not even sure I've I've not been in a clicking news room in a long time to they still have the teletype machines Sean I don't know these are you can these incredible rooms with monitors and computers and whatever you need all right thanks talk next next up let's go to Chuck in Idaho welcome to the program a Chuck Hey how are you tonight okay hope you are too I'm doing well can you hear me OK yeah I sure can okay okay I'm I've been hearing things lately you know a lot but the thing going on with with censorship it seems like I don't like my wife is has Facebook and all kinds of things always been deleted and sometimes some of her comments which you're putting the nine in most cases seem to be removed and lately I listen the Clyde Lewis earlier it comes on before you do I love my local stations around here and he is struggling what do you have any idea what's going on with all that what you mean when you say struggling you're talking health wise or or something shoulder is been cut back and he's he's having trouble giving people paid all kinds of things they're just all it quicker trying to run him off the air is is that what he's saying on the year he is he is alluding to that he's he's you know he's he's quite controversial and there's no no no he's in Oregon yeah he and he said yeah he's a good guy all lawful sentiment email find out what's going on with him I know his eyes wife was battling some health issues some time ago but I think she's doing a pretty good now Katie in Canada welcome to the show hi Katie thank you for taking my call you're welcome I wondered I never hear anything more about it Jeffrey XP and the you know tracking of those young girls and young women and nothing seems to be coming out about people that are you know that were involved in that once she died this one she died the story died and there's a documentary that is coming out on him and based you know questioning how he died in did did somebody kill him but I'll I'll meet with him out of the picture into you know had he gone public we might have been able to know more stuff but the fact that he is dead nobody's gonna find out much and the that's the that's the problem with that situation you can't name names unless you have some proof and you know he was he was one of the sources of what was going on Bob is with us in Colorado welcome to the show hi Bob the first time very few get here from public get out ramp thousand the links all over the internet with the first team created by the US defense intelligence agency the purpose of the US public law one zero nine dash three six four six one zero seven thanks we'll put a stop the virus did better than any pharmaceutical product we got this the top U. S. government is the joint chief yep the band hello again thank you for your email to it we know the whole story on this entire plan yeah make their call allies course you do you're right on the spot on Bob and you had a chance to tell the world and maybe we'll see if we can follow up on that in the check out what's going on but it was made in the lab you know what I know what and so many other people know what the big question is how did it get loose and why did it get loose to be sure let's go to Jim in Los Angeles welcome to the program Hey Jim our doors are like to bring up but a doctor Scott atlas and what he's been seeing a Stanford Hoover about the cool bit now it's basically the numbers are all inflated and I'd also like to address the situation with you how you haven't had on the gas I suggested back in September of two thousand eighteen doctor Stevens the Gonski and also Philip Giraldi he's also done articles about the Israel lobby in a template for the wars in the Middle East and you said that you would get the mon you never did almost two years later and you will talk about the desert center documentary the lobby USA either but you go on and on about nonexistent Russian collusion and interference but we won't address what I'd mention in that call for two thousand.

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"stuart roosa" Discussed on Liftoff

Liftoff

11:57 min | 8 months ago

"stuart roosa" Discussed on Liftoff

"We're covering apollo thirteen which launched just about fifty years ago April. Eleven thousand nine hundred seventy and as you just heard. It did not go to plan. It pushed NASA to the very brink but ultimately proved to be one of the proudest moments in the history of American spaceflight. Thing about this is probably a toss up between this and Apollo eleven in terms of public knowledge right. A lot of people know a lot about apollo thirteen. Mostly thanks to the movie We're GONNA talk about it and you know the coverage of all of it. Bullets start with the crew. Good idea and the crew story for Paul. Thirteen is pretty dramatic it is. We've been talking about all these missions in their backup crews and their crew rotations and things like that and Apollo thirteen before they even the accident in space was a really unusual mission because of the crew changes that they had leading up to the lunch the original plan called for the backup crew from Apollo. Ten that's Gordon Cooper Don isolate and Edgar Mitchell to be the prime crew for thirteen. That's how the math worked out your backup. And then you got your prime slot but cooper nicely had both fallen out of favor with NASA. By this point Cooper had apparently taken a lax attitude towards training and isolates behavior on Apollo seven. That was the cranky mission. If you remember who along with a apparently quite public extramarital affair there were lots of private ones but a very public an ugly one. Pretty much gotten him disqualified from going on any future missions so Dick Slayton had to go back to the Drawing Board and selected Alan Shepherd Commander Stuart Roosa as command module pilot and Edgar Mitchell keeping his original position as the lunar module pilot. Ed they fired the other guys. I don't know who else is on this mission but I'm just gonNA fly the limb. That's all I care about testing more than one person. Alan Shepherd had had inner ear issues and was recovering from surgery. Fix those but that was taking longer than expected so the Apollo Fourteen crew swapped in Edgar. Mitchell made it through around one. Didn't make it through to put Jim Lovell Fred. Haise and Ken Mattingly up for the thirteen flight. And if you've seen Apollo thirteen the movie the there's that scene where Tom Hanks comes home and says we can't go to Mexico. I'm thinking maybe for spring break. We'll go to the moon which actually didn't happen. That's that's the conversation they had when he got moved up for Apollo nine But they they used that way in the in the movie but it. It is a true thing L. Shepherd and we'll get to this when we talk about fourteen an amazing turnaround to getting back to flight status after being one of the original Mercury astronauts but not in time for Apollo Thirteen. So that's only the beginning of the changes that happened one week before launch. Can you imagine this one week before launch Charlie Duke who was Capcom on Apollo Eleven? He was the backup lunar module pilot for this mission and He got the measles from his son actually got the measles. And here's the problem with the measles. They need they. Don't want anybody getting the measles in space. The measles is bad and they did the blood work and check for the antibodies for the measles and it turns out everybody else in the prime and backup crews had been exposed to the measles except for Ken. Mattingly who was intended to be the command module pilot for Apollo Thirteen and on the advice of the flight surgeon. They bumped him off the mission two days before launch and replaced him with Jack Swaggered who was the command module pilot on the backup crew. It's a lot of change. I can't imagine how that must have felt in in those days leading up to this and the film kind of overplays this like yes this was swagger its first mission in space but he had trained for months side by side with the prime crew. They were in good hands with the movie like everyone's holding their breath. This guy totally has this. Yeah he's not somebody that they just like picked up on the street and said can you fly module module. Yeah he This was the job. This is why they have backup crews that he was training to be command module. Pilot the thing that has always struck me about. This story is that they chose to the system that they had is that if you bumped an astronaut replaced him with the astronauts and their role from backup crew and I'm a little surprised that they valued the crew dynamics so little And they must have good reasons for it but it surprises me in a scenario like this that they didn't well. I mean I guess I guess because Charlie Duke got the measles right so he wasn't going to go to the moon so they had to mix up the crew but I'm just a little surprised that they didn't take a backup crew right. Wouldn't you do that and make them the primary instead? But that's not what happened. They took swaggart said. You're going to be in that seat because we don't want Ken Mattingly To get the measles in space that would be very bad. Yeah I guess they just had it mix and match and and make the best of it but yeah you're you're training with somebody for months and months you know shoulder to shoulder and all of a sudden that person has gone. Even though the the replacement is perfectly capable you lose so much of that communication a nuance that you have together. I just like any other group of people and I would imagine that. That was a difficult decision but There's no doubt my minded it. It made Apollo Thirteen worse like this. You know he was well. Equipped swaggered had been selected in the fifth round of astronauts in nineteen sixty six. He had degrees in both mechanical engineering and Aerospace Science. Serve in the Air Force as an engineering test pilot like so many of these early astronauts had done and he was thirty eight years old at the time of Apollo Thirteen. Now Fred Hayes was the youngest member of the crew. He was thirty five. He's from BILOXI MISSISSIPPI. And he was the lunar module pilot on this mission. He had been a Marine Corps fighter pilot and an Air Force test pilot. It's pretty expected astronaut resume for this period. He was selected for the nineteen sixty six astronaut classes. Well He'd already been working for NASA at that point as a civilian research pilot and prior to Apollo thirteen he'd served as the backup lunar module pilot for both eight and eleven and was the first person in the sixty six class to receive a prime mission assignment. Yeah he was a superstar while thirteen. Was Hayes so arts first flight. Jim Level of course was super experienced. In fact at this point he had five hundred seventy two hours in space making him. Nasr's most experienced astronaut those missions. We've covered tim nine. Seven gymnast. Twelve and Apollo Eight. He had been selected back in nineteen sixty two after a career as a naval aviator test pilot again. This is who you think. These early astronauts are and was actually one of the very last members of his class to still be active at NASA but thirteen was his final flight. Yeah he decided before they even went up that he announced that he would be retiring. He was capping off his His career with a moon landing which unfortunately never happened and we should talk about why they never happened. But before before we get there. There's so many strange stories around Apollo Thirteen and this is one of them. This car fire that took place in late March a few weeks before the launch there was a liquid oxygen tank at pad thirty nine. A liquid oxygen tanks by the way are trouble. Let's just get that upfront here. Because you're going to. You're going to hear more about them anyway. This liquid liquid oxygen tank of Pat Thirty nine hundred event. Two cars were driven into the area by security personnel to clear the area and burst into flames and cause liquid oxygen and oxygen. Just Bait liquid oxygen boiling off. Means that there's a high concentration of oxygen in that area and the cars burst into flames and burned uncontrolled for more than an hour. So that's not a bad sign or anything I had no idea. This was a thing until the Apollo fiftieth twitter account tweeted it. A couple of weeks ago is like Oh. That's a wild little bit of Apollo thirteen fact. I didn't know involving liquid oxygen tanks again. Because of course extends a bad deal if it goes wrong. Yeah it's very helpful but in concentration. It's very bad so what was thirteen going to do. What was their mission geology? Everybody loves geology. A lot of rocks. They're so they were headed for. The Framework Highlands which is an area. That was interesting and NASA wanted to target it because they thought that it was created out of material that can spattered all over the surface of the moon early in its history by giant impact and so they thought they would be interesting geology. There they actually the crew actually on their own time Did some geology training in order to get a better grip on what they were going to be seeing. They were going to participate in two four hour moon walks. They're going to drill a core sample. They were going to install this heat flow experiment that required to more course to be drilled. And they were going to install a new seismometers on the moon and leave that behind to listen for mooncakes Yeah the one that Apollo eleven put out died pretty quickly and then Apollo twelve put ones. This was going to be the second operational one right. And we're going to hear more about that Seismometers from Apollo twelve in a moment because it's connected to this mission it is the lunar module for Apollo Thirteen was named Aquarius after the ancient Egyptian. God who brought life to the Nile River valley but also part of the title of a Popular Song of the moment. Thanks to the Broadway. Musical hair this is the dawning of the age of Aquarius. That was that was the thing it was thing. I was really hoping you were going to sing it. You did not let me down. I didn't do the production. I I'm still wearing my clothing and stuff but it's from hair air was a thing. Yeah the command module was named Odyssey. Which is another double reference. It's both the Odyssey. Of course the homer homer epic poem but also it's a reference to Arthur Clark and Stanley Kubrick and two thousand one a space odyssey which was from nineteen sixty eight. I think so definitely in the public. Consciousness as a vision of the future spaceflight. Great names for this hardware. The mission launched on on time on April eleventh at two thirteen eastern time. But it wasn't exactly a smooth launch the sinner second stage engine cut out two minutes that the Pogo Oscillations which we spoke about an earlier settlement launches. They were present here. It's a lot of vibration up and down the stack and this is actually a pretty close call. There was a possibility of the engine could have exploded but it didn't and they were able to run the other for engines as well as the third stage a little bit longer to compensate for the reduced power. So they still got to orbit where they where they wanted to go by compensating for that. Burn Yeah I saw a report that said that if they had cycled the engine one more time it would have It would have blown up blue so not not great. But that's a that's a miss and of course famously they. They assume that this was the glitch. Every missions got a glitch. This would be that. Yeah it was not but It was close to being really bad on its own. Now let me tell you about the that third stage that had to burn a little bit longer. Ultimately the third stage got to take its own little trip it was set on course to crash into the moon and to do it at a location close enough to the seismometers left by Apollo twelve that they could register the CR- The impact on the size monitor. And did that's fun. Crashes Spaceship on the Moon. See what happens. They did it so that one. Well we got. We got one check mark off the list. I mean technically it went well in that crash. Something that smashed into the moon but it was what they wanted to do. They meant to do that..

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"stuart roosa" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:05 min | 11 months ago

"stuart roosa" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"No reported problems going up the Howard Franklin bridge as you're heading into downtown tampon to seventy five no delays in either direction of seventy five it looks like and we would well I for a major Springer news radio WFLA mostly cloudy this evening a possibility of a light rain shower still there a drop or two on the wind chill temperatures sixty four degrees falling to fifty five degrees overnight sun and clouds throughout the day for tomorrow and the low temperature pretty close our average low effect attempts will be trending closer to our average for late January seventy degrees for a high Tuesday beautiful day twenty percent rain chance with a weak disturbance for Wednesday look for a high of seventy two than seventy on Thursday northeast to north winds ten to fifteen sees two to three a moderate choppy waters I'm newschannel HEP religious Steve jury and now a look back at this week in history this week in eighteen eighty four the first portion of the Oxford English Dictionary consider the most comprehensive and accurate dictionary of the English language is published today the Oxford English Dictionary is the definitive authority on the meaning pronunciation and history of over half a million words past and present it is also available now instantly online this week in nineteen thirty three the Lone Ranger debuts on Detroit radio the creation of radio station owner George Trendle and writer Frank striker the mass dried it became one of the most popular and enduring western heroes of the twentieth century joined by his trusty steed silver and loyal friend tanto by nineteen thirty nine over twenty million Americans were tuning into the Lone Ranger three times a week as it was broadcast all over the country on a radio network the Lone Ranger became a TV show in nineteen forty nine this week in nineteen seventy one Apollo fourteen is successfully launched from Cape Canaveral Florida piloted by Alan Shepard the first American in space back in nineteen sixty one Edgar Mitchell and Stuart Roosa shepherd initial stayed on the surface for nearly thirty four hours collecting ninety six pounds of lunar samples and this week in nineteen ninety the first McDonald's opens in Moscow in the Soviet Union throngs of people lined up to pay the equivalent of several days wages for big mac shakes and French fries.

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"stuart roosa" Discussed on Election Ride Home

Election Ride Home

05:21 min | 1 year ago

"stuart roosa" Discussed on Election Ride Home

"Here's a story where politics meets science science last week. Vice President Mike Pence planted a tree. But this tree had visited the moon sort of pence planted the American Sycamore sapling in the yard by the Naval Observatory which is basically the vice president's White House but let me backup to that moon thing for just a moment. Back in Nineteen seventy-one Apollo fourteen eighteen flew to the moon and astronauts Stuart Roosa hacked to canister of Tracy it's as his personal item. Astronauts are allowed to bring a very lightweight. Wait amount of stuff with them and Russa who had worked for the Forest Service as a wildfire fighter decided to bring American trees to space and return them to Earth kind kind to see what would happen to them. Remember this was nineteen seventy-one when he got back. The seeds were germinated and they were studied just in case they turned into cool space as mutants. Well no such luck but they were then planted around the world usually as symbolic gifts from the US and or celebrations of the bicentennial. In fact one of them was even planted at the White House itself back in nineteen seventy seven. It was a lob lolly pine and it died well pence has has higher aspirations for his Sycamore which is actually a descendant of the original trees which were mostly planted around forty years ago penn spider the tree to highlight right the administration's goal to return Americans to the moon within five years. That project is called artists and it has not gotten the funding needs. Pence is hoping at this tree. Planting thing will spark some movement in Congress to appropriate the thirty billion dollars required to get that project moving now. Oddly enough only to reporters were invited to the tree planting ceremony. One was Jaclyn Feld sure of politico and the other was an unnamed kid reporter from Scholastic News Not Kidding so given the overall lack of media. I'm just going to go ahead and read from that. Politico article quote. Would the government is funded under a continuing resolution that runs through November twenty first. If the partisan fights make passing funding bills impossible and Congress enacts. It's a year long continuing resolution that locks in last year's funding levels NASA would really be in jeopardy of losing twenty twenty four said Scott Pace the executive secretary of the recently revived National Space Council. which pens chairs even if Congress can pass funding bills that top house house appropriate for NASA is not on board with the twenty twenty four goal? Why does it suddenly need to speed up the clock by four years time that is needed to carrying a successful program From Science and Safety Perspective Representative Jose Serrano the Chairman of the House subcommittee that funds NASA senator hearing last month to alive members? The motivation appears to be just a political one. Giving president trump a moon landing in a possible second term. Should he be reelected end end quote and last today New York representative. Peter King has become the twentieth twentieth Republican to announce. He will not run again for his house seat in twenty twenty in fact. He is retiring altogether. which seems totally reasonable to me at age? seventy-five Wendy five to be clear of the twenty Republicans leaving the House. Four of them are seeking other offices. They're not leaving politics. Altogether in a statement King Road wrote quote. The prime reason for my decision was that after twenty eight years of spending four days a week in Washington dc it is timed and the weekly commute and be home in Seaford. This was not an easy decision and quote in two thousand eighteen king. One fifty three percent of the vote against Democratic challenger calendar so that seat might be in play. The Cook Political Report move that race from likely Republican to lean Republican in an e mail. Monday morning. All right one. Final dose of numbers for you today as I said King Makes Twenty Republicans so far to step aside from their house seats so far this year. Eight Democrats have done the same though. Three of them are running for other offices. Well that is it for one more episode of the election ride home. I have been your host. Chris diggins always find me on twitter at Chrissy Teigen's so I mentioned moon trees in today's show. There is a link link in the show notes near the bottom to a NASA page tracking where the moon trees are. And you might be surprised to find that one is near you years ago. Go I look this up. And I found that six of them are in Oregon including one just a short drive away on the campus of Oregon State University in Corvallis. So of course I went and visited. It took a picture of it though at the time there was a big fence up due to some construction and I will say it was cool to be next to a giant tree that had been to the moon on an actual Apollo mission had. It was also a minor bummer that it was not some wild mutant with cool moon modifications. Just a nice big tree so check that list and tell me if you happen to live near a moon tree as always. Thanks for listening and we'll talk to y'all tomorrow..

"stuart roosa" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"stuart roosa" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Cates. Here's KYW's Lauren Lipton. We celebrate two holidays this week Earth Day and on Friday Arbor day, and we have a very important tree growing here in Philadelphia, which has quite a history the moon tree is here in Washington square in one thousand nine hundred seventy one Stuart roosa was part of a mission to land on the moon. The forest service asked if he would help with an experiment. Susan Aiden says in Stoorikhel landscape architect, and says the experiment was to collect seeds and take them up into space the seeds worse. Excessively germinated a grown into seedlings. The first tree was planted in Washington square to celebrate the nineteen seventy six bicentennial the tree that is now in Washington square is not the original treatment. Just don't seem to thrive here. So what we've done is to make a clone of the original tree of behalf. Doors finale chief of cultural resources says keeping the moon tree alive is an effort of love, our friend. We wanted to flourish when I was in grade school, I wrote a play called moon tree for Arbor day. I got an A for imagination because at that time. No, one realized how close we were to going to the moon much less bringing back trees to plant on earth. That's positively Philadelphia. I'm Lauren Lipton. I'm sure Lauren got as and everything. Anyway. It's the adorable yoga class that can really alpaca paunch. I'm Andrew Kramer..

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"stuart roosa" Discussed on The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

04:40 min | 1 year ago

"stuart roosa" Discussed on The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

"So this was published is pre-printed because it says the publication date is going to be March fifteenth twenty nineteen in earth, and planetary science letters terrestrial like zircon in a class from an Apollo fourteen Brescia, I looked up how to pronounce that go me. But basically this article that was preprinted on Thursday of this week claims that one of the rocks that was collected from the Apollo fourteen landing site actually by Alan Shepard. On February sixteenth or sorry, February sixth nineteen seventy-one potentially actually came from earth. And not just that if this does pan out to be an earth rock that ended up on the moon. It is the oldest rock ever discovered. It dates back to more than four point zero one one billion years. So there are places. On earth that have quite old rocks. Four point four billion years are where Australia's Jack hills are dated to a the dates are kind of in question. The science doesn't seem to be completely settled on that. But be it's really just like chopped up minerals. So it's debris from rocks. No whole rocks there. And so it's more about testing the little tiny particles that led to scientists to date them to be that old. But the rock that was brought back from the moon is I think twenty pounds. It's a big chunk of rock, and it is the size of a basketball. So this is like I mean, this is a premier moon rock. There's a really cool picture in the national geog- geographic coverage of some scientists. I'm assuming from the seventies. It's black and white picture. It'd be funny if it was actually modern picture, but their capsule kind of old they don't look like they had a lot of I love this picture. It's three female scientists. So looking with those glove things because it's inside of a closed off vent hood. And so they've got the gloves in there. And they're looking at it. It's really cool. And it shows you just like the heft of this rock. The rock has a name one four three two one four three two one beautiful lovely name. It rolls off the time as a personalized license Putu. Absolutely. And so here's basically what happened the researchers. This is such a cool thing about science is that even findings data collected decades ago is still being actively understood right? We see this all the time in paleontology where there will be something that's published about a specimen that was collected seventy years ago or forty years ago, and this is no different. So Apollo fourteen which landed you guys know where Apollo fourteen landed on the moon on the moon. Well, yeah. But you know, the name of the creator crater. On the near side. They did land on the near side. That's true. Apollo fourteen landed in the site that Apollo thirteen with embryos basin embryos basis. Thank you. And so we all remember Apollo thirteen years. I mean, I mean, I don't I don't ever. ever when it happened. But the movie never landed on the moon Houston. They had a problem. Apollo fourteen actually went to the original site that Apollo thirteen was supposed to go to and it was crewed by Alan shepherd who is the commander, and he's actually the one who a picked up this rock and be I don't know if you guys remember like swung golf club. Like hit a golf ball. Or two of them actually at the end of his visa, and then also Stuart roosa and Edgar Mitchell. And so this this moon rock thought to be moon. Rock was collected. You know, put into storage or on display people have research it. They've studied it. And this group of scientists led by JJ Baluchi and his colleagues actually decided to look at this moon in a little bit more detail. And they realize that this moon have sorry this moon rock had class. That's right, which are just like fragments within the rock and some were dark and some were bright. And they were like, okay. Let's look at this bright portion of the rock. It seems to be rich in something called Zere Kahn, which is like a good way to look at old old stuff like zero on is a an element that's formed in these really old areas. And what they realized is that these properties of the rock were weird for the moon. Like it could have been formed on. The moon. Nobody saying that it that. There's no chance it would have been formed on the moon, but it would have had to be formed in a part of.

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"stuart roosa" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

11:59 min | 2 years ago

"stuart roosa" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Into these big fiftieth anniversaries first manned sound sexist now. But it was man it was men men and women who made happen four hundred thousand plus many of them working here in southern California to get to the moon. But all the people who landed on the moon all twelve of them were man. I it's just how it is a change in the years ahead, depending what politicians do, but. On this date in history. Apollo fourteen was launched January thirty first eighteen seventy one where we were doing as a nation and these big Saturn five thirty six story tall rockets about every two months, especially in the as we got close to the July moon landing the first manned person, people moon landing in July of sixty nine. We mentioned often that the Apollo nine anniversary is coming up fiftieth anniversary in March March thirteenth to be a big event of the San Diego air and Space Museum because Apollo night is there, but what's happening as time goes by there aren't a lot of the originals left. It's only four of the moon walkers left that one of them is going to be at the museum in Balboa park the air and Space Museum on the thirteenth. Dave Scott who along with Jim mcdevitt, rusty Schweickart. The all the original crew still around for nine but Apollo fourteen. They're all gone. I mean, Alan shepherd, Stuart roosa admit you'll I knew Ed pretty well, the others. I I didn't know, but I know I know Allen Shepard's daughters. I know a lot of the family members must do Russo. Great people. And that's that's where the legacy is a whole generation of Americans. Now goes do we go to the moon? Mar the wants to we do it was it done in the studio and paramount. There's a big deal. So that began at a they watch January thirty first nineteen seventy one and then returned. On February six nine hundred seventy one and February sixth nineteen seventy-one return. And and that again kept at that point. We had already had the nineteen sixty nine first moon landing with humans, and then there's Apollo twelve and Apollo thirteen didn't make it became that. Big movie. Remember, Tom Hanks playing Jim level Jim levels still around the original. Well, some of the original is still there. Jim is. But in terms of van, Fred Hayes. But by about Apollo fourteen there was there was interest because Apollo thirteen near disaster. And the wherewithal to come back safely everybody did. But by fifteen and sixteen people started what else is on TV. One day. They'll have the Kardashians. And we'll be in the housewives of armpit County, Georgia, whatever it is. Or lessons in that too. What are you doing our back on the moon? No big deal. That's a problem does. And that's what I love of JFK said he's going to go out and do this with things we have been invented yet. That was audacity it's good stuff. So remember that look it up do a little googling today and Alborz Interweb Apollo fourteen or read about the mission because it's really cool stuff and most of is not taught in schools anymore. James Hurson joins us James person dot com, which you spell H I R S C N, he deals with culture law business. He's into it. Observer of pop culture, Newsmax dot com dot com, James hurston dot com. Are you on the road today over testing? I'm right here. I'm right here. And I am on the road. Interestingly enough, I could hear that. I can sense that sense of urgency. So what do you make of what Trump was saying here about a little less than an hour ago? These people aren't playing including some Republicans were not getting this deal done. They don't want to put the border security issue in the mix here. So you know, what I meant to do this emergency declaration down the line between now or maybe I'll wait till February fifteenth, but they're not playing. Well, that's a typical negotiating tactic. I think but what do you make of it? Well, I think you know, with the art of the deal in his book. He he speaks about creating leverage and the way he has chosen to create leverage throughout this whole period. And even during the shutdown is the looming threat of the state of emergency. So him bringing it up make sense. It's kind of I I wouldn't call it a trial balloon. I think he's just reminding the country reminding his base of what is the most likely outcome actually now, which is that he declares the state of emergency. Then it goes into litigation. And ultimately, the president will prevail at the supreme court, and it will happen rather quickly. Not like the other. Decisions. Because of the fact that it is a state of emergency. There's a good argument for it to be expedited by the supreme court. And and that way Trump is able to accomplish what he needed to meet his promise to you know, to his constituents. And so I think that if know a betting person, I think that's the likely result. Even though there are various gangs of eight type groups that are trying to forge a compromise including one that Mitt Romney is in. But I don't think that compromise is going to be acceptable to the president James, Madison, James Harrison dot com. There's some other things going on. And I think former presidents are involved at least one that. I can think of Obama is involved in Netflix. What's going on with that? Is this part of the Obama influence now other shifting? They're changing. What's going on here? Well, you know, Netflix has become a different Klein of company from the way it started. She remember back net. Flicks was kind of creating an alternative to blockbuster when we used to have video stores, and what it was a place for third parties put their products, but Netflix has become a big entertainment studio. In fact, the biggest last year having spent thirteen billion dollars on original context. A just a huge amount. We actually probably equal to the amount of several movie studios combined and Netflix being a creature of Silicon Valley Silicon Valley has been in a heated battle with Hollywood over some real important issues involving copyright and the way that the copyright law is viewed and you know, obviously Hollywood's been concerned about piracy, so they are always seeking stricter rules to protect their content. Well, since now net flicks is becoming an owner of content. They're changing metamorphasized into this movie studios. So they have joined up with the enemy. They have joined the Motion Picture Association of America, the MPAA most Americans know that for the entity that gives the ratings lead. Parents right, right. Those are the ones thanking well. That's where they tend to. They tend to excuse things, it'd be more damaging to kids, but they will go out of their way to save may include some smoking that'll be in there. Yeah. Yes. Yes. Well, it's typical Hollywood sensibilities, but the MPAA has traditionally been the enemy, and so I think Jeff Bezos is trying to figure out what to do because Amazon prime is another entity that's really entered the entertainment business in a big way. And this is shifted Hollywood. You know, this is what's causing all these mergers to occur. His party a kind of a defense mechanism against the new type of entertainment, which is streaming entertainment that Netflix. So now, Disney is gonna launch their own streaming service. We already have Hulu it's going to be beefed up AT and T talking about launching a streaming service. So Netflix is looking at competitors that it didn't have in the past. It's worried about its price increase. It's it's just a it's a real interesting changing environment. And the big thing with tech companies is they have so much cash. You know, Apple's entering the entertainment spare right now, they're looking at doing video games. But apple has two hundred fifty billion dollars in cash to spent in Hollywood, they have to really hustle to to raise their two hundred or three hundred million for. A typical studio superhero movie that they make their money on and these tech companies can come in and finance it themselves. So it's really a different world. Yeah. It is going to watch it very closely. The question is always went when I realized there's certain people who are just poked on this all the time. But seems to me it's like, I guess generations would say, well, I got all this video that I took years ago. I got these programs that now the old days with VHS or maybe even Betamax or whatever. But then you get the DVR stuff. There's a lot of things that I record all the time. And a guy I want to watch that. And there's no time it's like photo albums. So when when when does that happen with all these sources at all these great programming? Yeah. You get some unsaturated. I'll be dead before. I get any of this stuff. Well, that's what you know. The the whole notion of binge watching him that's for people that have the luxury of sitting around watching hours and hours of streaming. I mean, I don't find that in my life and most people, I know, but you know, the Democratic Party and Nancy Pelosi says, you know, this. This is the beauty of some of their policies that people can just take off go to work because. Because they can t live viewer. Yeah. Yeah. And they can be binge watchers. But it's not you know, that brings up the whole question of people being zombies with their devices and losing touch with humanity. And how this affects people psychologically, I mean to me, you know, being indoors or being somewhere watching your device for long periods of time that the more that the citizenry and the non-citizens engage in that the worse it is for the country. So there is this movement of some people to say put down the device and interact with the real world, which sounds like an alien concept to millennials are we getting excited about the Oscars. Anytime say what does that is that soon this month? I forget one of those come up, but we all hanging on every word on that happening. I mean now we're in the voting period for the Oscars, and the big thing, of course, is that you know, they actually nominated a film that a lotta people. Actually went to see and that was Black Panther. And so that the academy is hoping that even though they have no host going host lists. Yeah. And host bark Larsen. They're going host lists. But they feel as though because Black Panthers been nominated that maybe more people will tune in. And the academy is trying to rein in. It's like hurting cats similar to the sag awards what they're trying to do is get people to stop with the political pontificating at the awards ceremony which has been causing the ratings to trend downward people to tune out and to instead focus on what is that called again entertainment. All that's crazy, talk entertainment. It is it is for Hollywood. Keep an eye on all this you read more about these stories including that net. Flicks. The ovarian interesting blog for he there on James Hurson dot com. Thank you, Mr.

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"stuart roosa" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"stuart roosa" Discussed on KTOK

"Will drop off to around twenty seven your next news update in ten minutes. I'm Jacqueline Scott, NewsRadio one thousand KT. Okay. Newsradio one thousand okay studios or a service of universal men's clinic for medical solutions for low T. Learn more at universal men's clinic dot com. And now a look back at this week in history this week in eighteen eighty four the first portion of the Oxford English dictionary considered the most comprehensive and accurate. Dictionary of the English language is published today. The Oxford English dictionary is the definitive authority on the meaning pronunciation and history of over half. A million words past and present, and is also available now instantly online this week in one thousand nine thirty three the lone ranger debuts on Detroit radio, the creation of radio station owner, George Trendall and writer, Frank striker. The masked rider became one of the most popular and enduring western heroes of the twentieth century. Joined by his trusty Steed, silver and loyal friend tanto by nineteen thirty nine over twenty million Americans were tuning into the lone ranger three times a week as it was broadcast all over the country on a radio network. The lone ranger became a TV show in nineteen forty nine this week in one thousand nine hundred ninety one Apollo fourteen is successfully launched from Cape Canaveral Florida. Piloted by Alan Shepard. The first American in space back in nineteen sixty one and gr Mitchell and Stuart roosa Shepard. And Mitchell stayed on the surface for nearly thirty four hours collecting ninety six pounds of lunar samples and this week in one thousand nine hundred ninety.

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"stuart roosa" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"stuart roosa" Discussed on KTOK

"Hundred seven one three fifty five thirty three that's eight hundred seven one three fifty five thirty three eight hundred seven one three fifty five thirty three or go to selectquote dot com. Since one thousand nine hundred five we shop you save. Get full details on the example policy at selectquote dot com slash commercials or price could vary depending on your health, issuing company, and other factors. Not available in all states. Every day. Now look back at this week in history this week in eighteen eighty four the first portion of the Oxford English dictionary considered the most comprehensive and accurate. Dictionary of the English language is published today. The Oxford English dictionary is the definitive authority on the meeting pronunciation and history of over half. A million words past and present, and is also available now instantly online this week in nineteen thirty three the lone ranger debuts on Detroit radio, the creation of radio station owner, George Trendall and writer, Frank striker. The masked rider became one of the most popular and enduring western heroes of the twentieth century. Joined by his trusty Steed, silver and loyal friend tanto by nineteen thirty nine over twenty million Americans were tuning into the lone ranger three times a week as it was broadcast all over the country on the radio network. The lone ranger became a TV show in nineteen forty nine this week in nineteen seventy-one Apollo fourteen successfully launched from Cape Canaveral Florida piloted by Alan Shepard. The first American in space back in nineteen sixty one. And GRA Mitchell. And Stuart roosa Shepard. And Mitchell stayed on the surface for nearly thirty four hours collecting ninety six pounds of.

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"stuart roosa" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"stuart roosa" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Apollo fourteen is successfully launched from Cape Canaveral Florida piloted by Alan Shepard. The first American in space back. Nineteen sixty one and GRA Mitchell. And Stuart roosa Shepard. And Mitchell stayed on the surface for nearly thirty four hours collecting ninety six pounds of lunar samples and this week in one thousand nine hundred ninety the first McDonald's opens in Moscow in the Soviet Union throngs of people lined up to pay the equivalent of several days wages for big Macs. Shakes and French fries. The appearance of this notorious symbol of capitalism and the enthusiastic reception it received from the Russian people were signs that times for changing in the Soviet Union. In fact, less than two years later, the Soviet Union ceased to exist as a nation, Mikhail Gorbachev resigned as leader of the country and various Soviet republics proclaimed their independence, that's your look back at this week in history. Take a trip back with this week's rock home. Anak what's going on rock and roll lovers? Sandy west. I mean, take a trip with me back to this week rock and roll history at star back in nineteen seventy where the Jackson five's, I want you back kits number one in America this week in one thousand nine hundred seventy one Neil young performs the needle and the damage done at UCLA's voice hall. The song is recorded and released on the harvest album a year later this week in one thousand nine hundred seventy three after recently changing their name from wicked Lester, gene Simmons, Paul Stanley ace freely. NPR Chris made their first appearance as kiss at the popcorn club. In queens. New York this week in nineteen seventy five the BG's begin recording jive talking which became their second. Number one hit in the US. Barry Gibbs inspiration for the song came when his wife commented on the sound their car made while crossing a bridge over Biscayne Bay into Miami. She noted it's our drive talking this week in one thousand nine. Eighty one Blondie went to number one on the us singles chart with the tide is high the group's third number one this week in one thousand nine hundred five John Fogerty places. I live showing years performing with Albert Lee and Booker t Jones at the am sound stage in Hollywood, it hearkens a return for folks who two weeks earlier released centerfield his first album ten years and this week in twenty eleven the white stripes split up after six albums ending. Their run is one of the most successful rock duo's their biggest, of course, two thousand three's seven nation army. There's your look back at this week's rock almanac. Could be that. You've got a serious problem with that new FaceTime app on your phone, it essentially turns your phone into a hot Mike love that at one thirty on KFI. Okay. We got. We're just getting word that on CNN last night. The ten o'clock eastern.

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"stuart roosa" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"stuart roosa" Discussed on KNST AM 790

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"stuart roosa" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"stuart roosa" Discussed on KTOK

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"stuart roosa" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"stuart roosa" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"James flippin. NBC News Radio New York. A Boston Baker is showing support for the New England Patriots by whipping up an enormous sweet treat Monte Leo's bakery, created a large cake that's big enough to feed thousands, the sugary masterpiece took several days to make with the last three days consisting of spreading pounds of creamy frosting. The sixteen by twelve cake was featured during the patriots send-off rally yesterday. Brian shook NBC News Radio. And now a look back at this week in history this week in eighteen eighty four the first portion of the Oxford English dictionary considered the most comprehensive and accurate. Dictionary of the English language is published today. The Oxford English dictionary is the definitive authority on the meeting pronunciation and history of over half. A million words past and present, and is also available now instantly. Online this week in nineteen thirty three the lone ranger debuts on Detroit radio, the creation of radio station owner, George Trendall and writer Frank striker. The masked rider became one of the most popular and enduring western heroes of the twentieth century. Joined by his trusty Steed, silver and loyal friend tanto by nineteen thirty nine over twenty million Americans were tuning into the lone ranger three times a week as it was broadcast all over the country on a radio network. The lone ranger became a TV show in nineteen forty nine this week in nineteen seventy-one. Apollo fourteen is successfully launched from Cape Canaveral Florida piloted by Alan Shepard. The first American in space back in nineteen sixty one and Mitchell and Stuart roosa Shepard. And Mitchell stayed on the surface for nearly thirty four hours collecting ninety six pounds of lunar samples and this week in one thousand nine hundred ninety.

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"stuart roosa" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"stuart roosa" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"An independent James flippin. NBC News Radio New York. Boston Baker is showing support for the New England Patriots by whipping up an enormous sweet treat Monte Leo's bakery, created a large cake that's big enough to feed thousands, the sugary masterpiece took several days to make with the last three days consisting of spreading pounds of creamy frosting. The sixteen by twelve cake was featured during the patriots send-off rally yesterday. Brian shook NBC News Radio. And now a look back at this week in history this week in eighteen eighty four the first portion of the Oxford English dictionary considered the most comprehensive and accurate. Dictionary of the English language is published today. The Oxford English dictionary is the definitive authority on the meaning pronunciation and history of over half. A million words past and present, and is also available now instantly. Online this week in one thousand nine thirty three the lone ranger debuts on Detroit radio, the creation of radio station owner, George Trendall and writer, Frank striker. The masked rider became one of the most popular and enduring western heroes of the twentieth century joined by his trustees teed, silver and loyal friend tanto by nineteen thirty nine over twenty million Americans were tuning into the lone ranger three times a week as it was broadcast all over the country on the radio network. The lone ranger became a TV show in nineteen forty nine this week in nineteen seventy-one. Apollo fourteen is successfully launched from Cape Canaveral Florida piloted by Alan Shepard. The first American in space back in nineteen sixty one and Graham, Mitchell and Stuart roosa Shepard. And Mitchell stayed on the surface for nearly thirty four hours collecting ninety six pounds.

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"stuart roosa" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"stuart roosa" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Apollo fourteen is successfully launched from Cape Canaveral Florida piloted by Alan Shepard. The first American in space back in nineteen sixty one Edgar Mitchell and Stuart roosa Shepard. And Mitchell stayed on the surface for nearly thirty four hours collecting ninety six pounds of lunar samples and this week in nineteen ninety the first McDonald's opens in Moscow in the Soviet Union throngs of people lined up to pay the equivalent of several days wages for Big Mac. Shakes and French fries. The appearance of this notorious symbol of capitalism and the enthusiastic reception it received from the Russian people were signs that times were changing in the Soviet Union. In fact, less than two years later, the Soviet Union ceased to exist as a nation, Mikhail Gorbachev resigned as leader of the country and various Soviet republics proclaimed their independence, that's your look back at this week in history. Take a trip back with this week's rock almanac. What's going on rock and roll lovers? Sandy west take a trip with me back to this week in rock and roll history. Let's start back in nineteen sixty one where the cheryl's became the first girl group to have the number one song on the US billboard chart. When will you love me? Tomorrow reached the top spot this week in one thousand nine hundred sixty seven Jimi Hendrix, and the who appeared at the Saville theatre in London England twenty year old feature Queen guitarist Brian May was in the audience this week in one thousand nine hundred sixty nine the Beatles with Billy Preston played their lunchtime. Rooftop gig on top of the apple building in London lasting for just forty minutes. It was the last time the Beatles would perform live traffic was brought to a standstill as crowds of people gathered below and watch from windows in your by buildings jumping ahead this week in one thousand nine hundred seventy eight the Doobie brothers star in the first of the two part episode of what's happening where they teach the kids. Why? Bootlegging is bad. Also this week in one thousand nine hundred seventy eight by request Ted Nugent carves? His autograph into the arm of a fan using his Bowie knife and this week in two thousand fourteen at a press conference all four members of motley Crue sign a cessation of touring agreement preventing them from ever torn again after two thousand fifteen they also announced the final tour after which they are legally obligated to disband well this past September the group announced they were recording new music. No word yet if they will break their touring contract their biggest hit on the billboard hot one hundred nineteen Eighty-nine, Dr feelgood. There's your look back at this week's rock almanac. Ready to binge? It's new to view streaming edition. Netflix has released a list of titles coming to the streaming service in February among them or hit flicks. Like, the forty year old virgin about a boy Billy Elliot pretty in pink hostile for some franchise favorites like three from the American pie series and all four jaws movies. Expect season two of the animated comedy border town on February second Ray romano's. I stand up special in twenty three years drops on the fifth called right around the corner. And the next edition of remastered covers the mysterious shooting of the soul icon Sam Cooke Pulu is celebrating the month of love with romantic flicks. Like moonstruck while you were sleeping, and LARs and the real girl catch the dark, western comedy, the sisters brothers with Joaquin Phoenix, Jake Jilin, all and John C Reilly follow.

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"stuart roosa" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"stuart roosa" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Apollo fourteen is successfully launched from Cape Canaveral Florida piloted by Alan Shepard. The first American in space back in nineteen sixty one Edgar Mitchell and Stuart roosa Shepard. And Mitchell stayed on the surface for nearly thirty four hours collecting ninety six pounds of lunar samples and this week in one thousand nine hundred ninety the first McDonald's opens in Moscow and the Soviet Union throngs of people lined up to pay the equivalent of several days wages for Big Mac, shakes and French fries. The appearance of this notorious symbol of capitalism and the enthusiastic reception it received from the Russian people for signs that times were changing in the Soviet Union. In fact, less than two years later, the Soviet Union ceased to exist as the nation, Mikhail Gorbachev resigned as leader of the country and various Soviet republics, proclaimed their independence. That's your look back at this week in history. Now a year in rock spotlight from nineteen Seventy-six Bob Dylan releases his album desire. It goes to number one in the states. Thanks, mainly to significant radio airplay for the single hurricane. Dotti sensations. The bay city rollers finally score hit the US with the number one single Saturday night. In February former Steve Miller band member Skaggs is a number two US album silk degrees. Peter Frampton hits number one with his double live album Frampton comes alive. It would become the best selling album of nineteen seventy six. Hires hard rockers, thin Lizzy six album jailbreak scores the number twelve hit single with the boys are back in town. Listening to iheartradio for more from nineteen Seventy-six coming up. I heart radio fantasy sports news update in the NBA Stephen Adams sprained his right ankle on Sunday. But he did return to finish with fourteen points, eight rebounds through this one's the one block in thirty one minutes. Derek Jones junior of the heat had to be helped to the locker on Sunday after going down while going to the basket in transition. Look like is a knee injury in the NFL an interview with ESPN's Jeff Darlington revealed. Tom Brady confirming there is zero chance at Super Bowl. Fifty three will be his final game. According to NFL network's Ian, Rappaport, the Redskins are quote planning as if Alex Smith will miss all look twenty nineteen. Also, according to Ian, Rapoport Antonio Brown hasn't closed the door on returning to Pittsburgh and in baseball, according to John Rosie of MLB dot com. The four year contract extension that the royals merit builder. Finalizing will be for sixteen point two five million dollars. Dan strafford and this has been your fantasy sports radio network. News update fantasy sports radio network, keyword. Fantasy on your iheartradio app..

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"stuart roosa" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"stuart roosa" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Strain. Newton detail on the hour from the wwl our newsroom Lyster Smith reporting Apollo fourteen tonight Mark in the history books, but I live press conference held from outer space. Televised twenty minutes. Astronauts, Alan, Shepard, Edward Mitchell and Stuart roosa answer. Reporters questions relate to them by mission control in Houston shopping. And rue said they were within a hundred yards reaching the rim of cone crater and only time defeated their attempt to scale the moon landmark also described the so-called forest voters they walked through in the crater same some of them powered as high as wealthy. It. Also cleared up the details of his highly publicized space. Prank record-setting golf ball. Drive on the moon. He was asked exactly how many ballsy hidden. His grace wings. And how far they went. Television. Yards. Upgrade rocks. Rain rock. Gallery. Commentary came from fellow moon-walker red Mitchell, everything continue smoothly aboard Apollo fourteen. Hedge Ilford schedule splashdown in the Pacific four zero four PM tomorrow. Yup. Bet the satisfaction of knowing that you're helping your child be better off than you..

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