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"ten light years" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

03:08 min | 2 years ago

"ten light years" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"The evolution of the Mediterranean regions complex geology which arises with the moon ranges and dips would cease from Spain to around it went under about a hundred and forty million years ago. Rachel Nevada they prepared for thirty thousand people the storm area fifty one but the number of visitors that descended on the extraterrestrial town a hundred and fifty miles from Las Vegas picked up just three thousand allowing authorities on Saturday to begin scaling back operations nothing serious happened at area fifty one by the way are triangular craft recorded by the international space station's live feed covering over earth as let viewers to ask if it's part of the US space for ship who knows United States space for ship is a proposed space warfare service branch of the US armed forces which is intended to have control over military space operations what else is going on in the skies let's check in with Stephen Kate's doctor sky what your report this week Steven and I George happy equinox to you in the listeners of the course welcome in autumn twenty nineteen and George this is probably some of the best guy observing coming up in the next few months we begin with astronomy Venus the second planet from the sun is a most inhospitable places many people do not all with surface temperatures upwards of nine hundred degrees Fahrenheit which was a recent study by astronomers suggests that Venus may have had water on its surface and moderate temperatures which may have even had some primitive life but something dramatic occurred some seven hundred million years ago when massive explosions of CO two from constant volcanic activity transform the pundits who it is what it is today a planet that has a day longer than its year rotating backwards and continuing on Venus George because it'll slowly start to appear in the western sky as it moves into that part of the sky in the fall the brightest of the planets that we can see what a Japanese spacecraft acted suki. other Japanese spacecraft is detected super wins in the clouds of Venus and they move around the planet the fastest that we've ever seen the circle the globe player in for Earth Day is but another Sky News George astronomers confirm water vapor in the exoplanets Cape to eighteen be simple is super earth a hundred and ten light years from us but it's more likely that the object does not support life as no measurable surface is there on that potential planet because it's around the red WordStar but George finally in the lives guy as we mentioned falls in the year the moon tomorrow morning as you look into the sky folks just before sunrise the moon glides past the beehive star cluster in the constellation of cancer the crab marketers are necessary a beautiful sight the moon closest to the earth George on the twenty eighth because urging and then spectacularly the dark of the moon or new moon this Saturday is the time to see thanks guy objects doctors guy always reminds everyone always remember to keep your eyes to the skies email me at D. R. skyline doctors got a show at G..

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"ten light years" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"ten light years" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Earth a hundred ten light years away in the Leo constellation and as powerful gravity that would make it difficult to walk on but astronomers say it sits in the right spot with the right ones to allow for liquid water on the surface scientists a previous plan is found to have water were basically gas giants without solid services like Jupiter or Saturn became to eighteen be is much smaller and rocky the Hubble telescope was able to detect the potential of water in the atmosphere it's too far away and better technologies needed to tell how wet it could be on the surface Michael crozier care finding. all right over the weekend I booked one of those escape rooms because Dennis or have you heard of these so they're our long typically and you and your friends your team go in and so there's four of us were celebrating a friend's birthday and so four of us are going to go in there and you I guess are giving clues of this puzzle that you're supposed to solve I think ours is called like quest for the crown I've no idea what that means it just worked in the time slot that we so anyway apparently we are given all these different clues and the point is to eventually answer all the clues or complete all the puzzles kind of thing and then they let you out of the room so anyway we booked one eighties and dot as I was doing it and I'm texting my friend and she wrote me back Hey can I just bend MO you the money and I said you know what I I have that apple my phone but I've never used it before Sir sure let's try it to see that might be the money. great totally worked there was the money and all is well in right with the world and then last night that all happened Saturday then last night I read this article then mail app scam targeting users. are great. all right so then mows forty million users including me good thing experience the message from the apps that deceived users in the falling for this scam now according to the play a police department in Massachusetts this scam starts with a text message that sent to bed mo users which is I guess totally normal. when then no users get the message they're warned that their van mo account is about to be charged which makes sense that you would go okay the message prompts directs it directs users to a website where they can withdraw and decline the alleged charge right well this damn website allows people to log in with any phone number and password combination so this is where they get you now they've got a link to your money the users are asked to verify their bank card number and the personal and financial information to prove your identity and then bam. they say that this scam is really good he uses the same colors and the farms as does the advent mail app it says do not use the page is provided by the tax to enter into your account go specifically to your van mail app or use the internet sites so don't if you get a little text message and it says somebody's trying to charge something don't use it don't click on it don't click on the link go into your than mail app and look specifically there because you don't want people to be able to get your account information so there you go just when I think of this is really cool technology is awesome then you have a security breach that's the way it always happens Hey this is your.

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"ten light years" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"ten light years" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"You're listening John Batchelor from six to eight K. Eugenia news talk five ninety. I'm John this is John. he had the black and there's great news that a theory is now a fact and interstellar comment what is the significance Bob good evening well we we don't good evening John we don't really know yet if this first confirmed absolutely if this comet discovered by an amateur astronomer named in eighty bars are bars sobs could end up being called common bar solved before that done but we're not sure yet it's an interstellar object but its orbit as presently calculated is one that had to have come from outside the solar system and it's approaching the earth now with this the sun right now which is good which means we're gonna have a lot of time to study this thing and but Russia and that will also help confirm whether since a stellar or not but it is commented showing evidence of the gas and tail and Colmar it's not yet that close to the sun but it's definitely moving towards the sun and in the next year or so it's gonna it's gonna see when is the date it's going to be closest center for a December for a power here yes that's a that's in December that's you know a few months from now so we have several months as it approaches and then a more than a few months when it leaves because we'll be able to follow it for quite a distance after it passes and only just discovered it and so this is very cool if it's if it's into Stella this is even better it's going to be a spectacular gold mine to the scientists because call more detail they can gather a lot more information about the content in its make up then they could with a dead asteroid like the last in the still object mumble by once something could be kind of exciting I want SpaceX to scramble of falcon here Bob and get a probe up there but as we want to know what the water vapor is on that comment. the organics are on that comment that stuff from afar that's that's that's better than an Intel seller spaceship that's a pro this coming to us so we don't have to go to a pro now we're excited about this but we have something else to be excited about Bob wrote the book universe and Amir about hobble well Hubble's zero one more time a discovery by Kapler during the the the Hey days of happy Kapler are using the transitory method a hundred ten light years out a red dwarf with a super earth eight times her if that appears to.

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"ten light years" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"ten light years" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Indistinguishable or very very similar to an actual miscarriage seven week human embryo I'd be really concerned about that that's a ways down the line I would rather we didn't do that until we had some evidence from nonhuman primates and and evidence from from rodents but road in some are more different from us the monkeys are at to see what these things actually look like and how far they can go. scientists ethicists and. ordinary people need to pay attention to this to try to work through its implications this is one of the harder issues I've seen in over a quarter of a century working in this area Hank Greely the research we were discussing was done in the lab of Jan being food at the university of Michigan and published this week by nature I find the link on a web page BBC world service dot com when we continue with the search for a new life but this time in outer space the news media seems to have gone mad with headlines about rain on on the two point zero planet a hundred and ten light years away and even the idea that it may be inhabited the truth is more prosaic but for me even more tantalizing astronomer Giovanna tenacity popped into the studio from her office at University College London to tell me the real story first how important is the discovery of water vapor in the atmosphere of Kepler to eighteen be as it's known because this isn't quite the first you're absolutely right when you saying the wars has already been discovered in some of the embassies of these extrasolar planets so planets that orbit in other stars but so far we have been looking at planes planets that we're giants like to beat us the more cases type or neck tunes this is the first time that we're looking at a super earth so we're talking about is a planet that has a massive around eight responses so much smaller planet on top of that this particular planet is in the habitable zone of his own stock so the planet is more massive than us in a prison that means most of it is made of rock in the same kind of stuff as the if the public companies that we go through the US we have the density which is very similar to the one mall slow I feel necessary in mind have a mixture of rocky written rookie material and also I sincerely and interior and it's orbiting at CENTCOM to stop it's always in the.

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"ten light years" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

09:14 min | 2 years ago

"ten light years" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Her extensive experience and knowledge of world events systems entrances led her to speak on all kinds of transformational reform she's a lifelong researcher into the scientific can expiration sprit expiration understanding the future reality integrating it leading edge science research into consciousness and here she is on coast to coast in June welcome to the program thank you so much it's great to be with everyone my aunt's many years ago graduated from Oxford with a degree in psychiatry a long time ago only two shot I just knew of it is Oxford that's all okay are there many different colleges. yes she would be the pioneer because you know when I was there in the early seventies of my physics cools those six women to two hundred plan so you want us to be a great time yeah and maybe that's why she went there. because of those odds you never know all right. how did you get involved in cosmology. three I think from the very very early age enough my mom my biggest question was what he wanted why so I actually at the age of full and had what I've cooled ever since the multi dimensional experiences and so you know telescopes see precognition eccentric. ability experiences. already experiencing the world and reality much much bigger than the physical units so that got me interested in and keep my curiosity to experience working between worlds the same time I was really curious as to how the students who raised her. we'll see how it may need help create what we call the physical world and because knowledge is there's usually someone who researches they sent a universe but for me it somebody's curious about the nature of reality on every level and it's bigger picture as we can possibly excell they just a release to store yesterday that they found another exoplanet a hundred and ten light years away from earth with water there you're convinced it's close enough to its star words she in a warm like earth who knows could be everywhere. feel that and you know I remember when I was doing my my physics degree at Oxford all those years ago this is some notion of exoplanets that could hold the biological life was completely preclude the same time people not Fred Hoyle with saying well into the you know the biological life could have been seeded from space and then again with concluding the more we actually do then the more we realized that the universe is incredibly sent out to make things even exist to evil and civil into logical line and so you know the WUSA the will to that sweet enough. and hold it is an analysis a couple years ago home of the war to be seen and he's older than the phone my gosh then that amazing credible remarkable truly remarkable can you hear one of the leading voices taurine the science and spirituality together where do you stand there. in the middle. smart place to be he. you don't find the methodology all extremely handle reality is is is made up and spirituality is a quest for wine from meaning so for me to hang on to one of the only bands together and so you know not my spiritual quest for meaning and understanding has always come along side the science I just feel that unfortunately from the truth find out from them the evidence whatever it needs and I think that a lot of signs of sort of got caught in a cul de sac and the food to the mistaken assumption this world in which now actually been turned on its head because the evidence is coming forward the that you know the the the the the sense of the phone to the to the state well of separation and some accidental evolutionary processes of course consciousness a lonely and it's full accidental and he said now we all and truly been turned on its head and that's why this convergence of science and spirituality is coming in at a close together yeah it is remarkable in in prior to writing the cosmic hologram which we're talking about tonight you've got a number of other books out there but they kind of deal with spirituality don't thing. and they do was passed on a personal level but also the collective level the sense that the dollar's hunt on for many many years so we are very very special point in you know the story of oz and the story of the universe which has an innate evolution impulse and it seems to me that because of perspective in the last few hundred years of coat even five men said we so disenchanted of phones from from the universalism units. and I don't believe strata behave yourself like men to prospectuses drive no dysfunctional behaviors but my sense is that this is a time of remembering who we really are so some of those book deal without remembering what it might mean for us you know this incredible pivotal moment story. I have in the store the invest. do you believe in god you'd. I see I don't believe Robert young that young man is test that was half commune the grace consciously do you believe in god and he said no he said on no caught. it experiences of home this one this one well that's the name he goes by whether it's gonna do a little of great mystery of cosmic mind it for me it's the sixty million sense of of ultimate wholeness and and a reality that ultimately unified yet differentiated. so long as the religious aspect of the two it's more of a conscious experience will perfect his. your mind and consciousness on something we have literally what we in the whole world on and then I can go by the name of god or or any of the name the people feel comfortable with. there's no question that the you know when we think about how we got here what our existence is in the universe it's perplexing and nobody really knows nobody has the answer I still he every time I interview a physicist I tried to get their definition of the Big Bang and I still can't get that I can't grasp how something started from nothing there's got to be something out there that we just don't understand. completely agree and I think ten years our understanding is always a work in progress I think what's coming clearance is double the Big Bang wasn't big and it wasn't a bang it was tiny is as we know it was mind you but it was finally the minute he wasn't an infinite singularity we now understand from the best cosmology we have over to progress that they began to find out when it's something called the plank scale. it was not dying because I mean if I asked you what does a bang mean to you. me it's like an explosion. with all the chaos that that you know based on and it wasn't it was exquisite it was you know universal laws of physics the principles of physics. fine tuned and from the first moment of space and time a universe was set up in such an amazing incredibly ordered way electricity exists to evolve this is innate evolution impulse from simplicity to complexity so instead of the band on defining read stating this process continuing process this is a big glass and the time is much more into ancient understanding of a meaningful unisa of which will it's microcosmic evolutionary hotness and now we're talking about my you know multi verses truly remarkable. most of us is that the sort of the main motive. hypothesis was really set up to in my perspective to heat the question of consciousness. and to still see all universes somehow around them and then when I was only which. who's the all the.

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"ten light years" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"ten light years" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"This is ninety six point five W. DPO. and now all of the news you would probably miss for date as quick for. alright so this is actually really really cool scientists found a super earth with water on it hundred and ten light years away it's a world first discovery they say it could have the conditions to support life they say that it is the first outside the solar system that is potentially have habitable university of college of London scientists found water vapor on it and a hundred ten light years away so we'll never get there it's great is that K. to eighteen be they say has the atmosphere and correct temperature range for living things to exist and it's called the Goldilocks zone that is the habitable zone that is the it's in the range of orbits around a star in which a plant can support liquid to water too cold that's what they call that yeah and then they said there was a couple of other weird little planets that they thought that that would actually could support life so the total is that with aliens are aliens will call there but I I mean I've it would take would die before we get there I mean for ever more a San Francisco grocery store owner considers closing the store after being bitten by a homeless person for the second time in four months. good heavens policies the sixty seven year old has been bitten by homeless people at a shop and twice in one month the homeless individual twenty nine year old Adam Ashcroft was arrested for aggravated assault and battery so the shopkeepers considering closing the store because of the damage in the fact caused by these individuals and the bite mark it's like seriously they broke skin and that's it I mean that's I mean it looks bad there's like pictures of it it is really that's a bad bite goodness so take a commonly prescribed class of antibiotics may actually double your chances of getting a leaky valve which causes heart failure according to a study now we're gonna try this world Quinn alone. antibiotics they're used to usually treat UT eyes and chest infections GP's prescribe about six hundred thousand of them each year they tackle range of bacteria but US researchers found that they double the chance for a potentially deadly leaky valve so why do you know if you got leaky valve. it's a league team my trail mitral valve and they said it can lead to complications like a fed and heart failure and things like that that like totally freaked me out now I immediately think I have it I'm immediately I think I have it I have I have that I mean it because I've gotten like you know bronchitis and stuff before so what if I'd had the stuff you know all my gosh. also we'll wait for those that want to get the time here Bernie Sanders calls out from over the push to ban some E. cigarettes and he says now do a off fifteenth. and I'm I tweeted this last night because of systems are goofy remark this I mean what.

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"ten light years" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"ten light years" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"A finger of blame saying his country is not responsible for the fires in the Amazon leases he has that story speaking at the heritage foundation in Washington DC Ernesto Rougeau says other countries and outside activists are trying to invade his country claiming to be they're advocating for action against climate change he says well he doesn't deny the existence of climate change quote it doesn't seem like a climate catastrophe to me but from the debate that's going on it would seem that the world is ending to date more than six million acres of the Amazon have been burned it's twelve forty eight two sets of scientists a for the first time they've discovered water on the planet outside of our solar system with temperatures that are suitable for life the XO planet with the not so catchy name K. to eighteen be one hundred ten light years away in the constellation Leo circles at sun in the so called habitable zone it's a distance where temperatures are just right for liquid water to exist but not the garden of Eden the planet has eight times the mass of earth in radiation so harsh that any human would quickly get cancer the next generation of telescopes to launch in the coming decade will give us a clear picture of whether there are trace elements of gases in a planet's atmosphere they could be produced by life Dave Packer ABC news a new discovery in the Amazon has electrified researchers we get more now from CBS's Jim Chevy scientists from the Smithsonian and National Geographic society say the discovery of a previously unknown species of electric eel in the Amazon rain forest was really a shock as in eight hundred sixty bolts are more than seven times the bold you'll find in your household electric socket is easily the most powerful electric shock from any animal known to science they've named it elector for as multi after Alexandra vulture the Italian physicist who invented the battery Jim Shannon CBS news alright we've all heard of the message in a bottle right will this. is a story of a message in a balloon and that balloon flew here's CBS's map Piper a woman in England released a decorated balloon to celebrate her late father's life inside she wrote her phone number hoping someone would text if they found it a few days later she got a message from a farmer more than a thousand miles away in northern Poland it cross landed CD get to its final destination the woman said her dad was not well traveled and never went very far so to see how far the balloon traveled would mean a lot to one the farmer's family plans to frame the balloon and hang it up mac paper CBS news call for action wants to help you with any consumer problems you may have what are some things to consider when taking out a home equity loan will.

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"ten light years" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

06:03 min | 2 years ago

"ten light years" Discussed on WTVN

"Three seven. free by the United. twenty three to the company. but. seven and we could do it either okay. the the other. the bank and Bourbon. we did hear that yelling bill. the whole thing again. bad dragon bad. it sounded like. we did but we we did we didn't get it the United ninety three calling back that night but the fact that. bye bye bye bye. get away from everybody. Bob on forty one. a bomb on board. there was a bomb on board and that. the. ninety three. about twenty five. it's like the night that the back biting right there. making them think anybody northwest. a United ninety three. historically one. ninety three ninety three. in nineteen ninety three Cleveland better. you're right okay anything like that. the. the. by that time of the plane had crashed in that field all forty four people on board I had perished Richard let's bring you back and you heard that tragedy as well let's talk now on the theory of the architects and engineers in terms of what you think happened to the twin towers and building seven. well what we look at is the scientific forensic evidence and the eye witness testimony with respect to these towers and we were talking about before the break World Trade Center building seven the third skyscraper that collapse is still on at five twenty in the afternoon let's just look at the facts okay it drops straight down uniformly symmetrically in under seven seconds in the exact manner of this of controlled demolition like the old hotels in Las Vegas this is after witnesses here the explosion. that it with explosions which are not a part of the official story of this buildings collapse with her the official story produced by Mister the National Institute of standards and technology seven years after the collapse of this building is when this report came out when everybody forgot about I mean those of us who knew about it right most architects and engineers and most everybody else didn't even know about this third skyscraper so this is evil an extraordinary when failure a major first I mean if this scientists came out have and detected said all this water happened vapor and by possibly normal even liquid office water fire clouds that you know that remain no plane in hit the this atmosphere building right of a strange off the fires Jack's of never planet brought down that the lies skyscraper in the habitable before zone of nine its host eleven star in history about a hundred the ever and ten light years so away they from should earth have been the most studied a fill new study your focuses effort on Kate and there to could eighteen have been that be much debris the actual that fell planet on discovered building Suffolk. back in two thousand fifteen well there was orbiting some a red dwarf this star says close that enough to receive this is about the the same debris amount is not of this heat the damaged and radiation by the debris from its is not stars a significant earth does factor from our son in that the could buildings be a very collapsed interesting so possibility okay what one in a was moment exactly Richard gauge joins the fires us we in these will buildings be talking according about to his the photos continuing and videos to work of apps with the American institute are scattered of architects and few and and the founder small and CEO of architects there they and are engineers not in golfing for nine the eleven building truth even next though some on coast including to coast Mr AM. claims that they work.

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"ten light years" Discussed on SPACE NEWS POD

SPACE NEWS POD

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"ten light years" Discussed on SPACE NEWS POD

"Hello and welcome back to the Space News pod daily podcast about space science and tech. I'm your host will weldon and on this episode. We're GONNA be talking about EXO planet that has water on it water water vapor has been detected in the atmosphere of a super earth within the heritable zone by University College of London the UCLA researchers and this is the first time this has ever been done. This is the first time waters ever been discovered on an EXO planet so the discovery which was published today in nature astronomy is the first successful atmospheric detection of an exit planet orbiting in it stars Habitable Zone at a distance water can exist in liquid form so the author of the paper Doctor Angelos CR Chris. Sorry if I butchered your name. That's just one of those things that I do. He said finding water on a potentially habitable world other than Earth is incredibly really exciting. K. to eighteen B is not earth two point. Oh as it is significantly heavier and has a different atmospheric composition however it brings brings us closer to answering the fundamental question is the earth unique in the team use data from two thousand sixteen twenty seventeen captured by NASA an ISA's Hubble Space Telescope and developed open source algorithms to analyze the starlight filtered through K. to eighteen B's atmosphere here in the results revealed the Molecular Signature of water vapor also indicating the presence of hydrogen and helium in the planet's atmosphere are the authors believed that other molecules including a nitrogen and methane may be present but they remain undetectable with current observations sounds more studies are required to estimate cloud coverage in the percentage of the atmosphere where water is present this planet orbits the Cooled Warp Star K to eighteen which is uttered ten light years away from Earth in the Constellation of Leo so so they have a high level of activity in this Red Dwarf Star K to eighteen be maybe more hostile than earth and is likely to be exposed two more radiation and it's really far away one hundred ten light years away. This is great news because we know that other exoplanets have water now before they didn't have the discovery. This is the first ever and now we have water vapor in the atmosphere sure so we can't go there. It's too far away hundred ten light years away that would take forever so key to Eighteen B was discovered in twenty fifteen all right. I'm going to take quick second. Say thank you to my sponsors and I'll be right back with some more interesting facts about this planet in it in the habitable zone..

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"ten light years" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:46 min | 2 years ago

"ten light years" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"First and explain it it's called exoplanet that is a planet that orbits a star outside of our solar system in this case this planet designated Katie to eighteen be. I'm sure they'll come up with a better name at some point was discovered by the Kepler observatory it's a hundred ten light years away the words not driving distance nobody can get there fast it orbited dwarf star the news here is that it is far enough away from the its brightest star that is each version of our son that water vapor was found in its atmosphere and the temperatures are believed to be cool enough on its surface so that it could support water on the surface doubt that cheap siding part here's the not so exciting part because there are a lot of questions we don't know if water is on the surface. that is yet to be determined by a future research the other thing is that this so far out in space the negative is huge in terms of radiation and the high energy radiation could make it impossible for life as you and I know it to survive out there but still every time they discover one of these exoplanets it's an exciting thing the only think about life as you and I know it a but there could be life that you and I don't know about or scientist is that something also in any kind of life would be quite a breakthrough in and we're probably a ways away from them even figuring out whether there is or not well you're absolutely right about that and and chances are that if there is life out there eight like science fiction you know I don't think we're gonna find Vulcans and I don't know that we're going to find but Lucien's who look like us or whatever it could be microbes it could be different kinds of creatures I mean you know it's it's it's all up for conjectured it's been the fodder for science fiction literature and movies and television for for more than a century so you know I I think it would be pretty ego centric goal for us to think they were the only ones out here I don't think we are now and the exoplanet research for other couple of exciting things coming up that I think you know you want to know about first of all you may remember a a mission that NASA launched last year called Texas it's called the transiting exoplanet survey satellite this is satellite that's up there and looking for more of these actual planet specifically part of the reason that we can't detect what's on this particular one is because. it was discovered by a less sensitive observatory and then the is coming the comp the combination of the Kepler observatory the Hubble Space Telescope of that fantastic but the next generation space telescope will be able to explore exoplanet in much greater detail it's called the James Webb space telescope it has been delayed for many years but now its launch date looks like sometime in twenty twenty one and we hope that does happen we think about and we just celebrated the the fiftieth anniversary of the end of the trip to the moon you think about the leaps and bounds that we've made in terms of space exploration and and just looking out there and seeing things in the past half century let's say if it's unfathomable what we might be able to see with these new projects coming online and maybe even less than another half century well you're right about that because the optics are better the computer science is better the enhancement of imaging is better add to the overall ability to detect things much further away has been vastly improved because of all of those developments the with the web telescope that I mentioned a couple moments ago the James Webb telescope is could be fantastic because it's going to be a man more than a million miles out in space so it will be hindered by any of the nearest but near earth hazards like as satellites pollution atmospherics that sometimes could reach further up so that ought to give us our best view yet and I'm really excited about that astronomers can't wait for that to happen I want to this Peter because we we talk about also looking for life out there we don't know if there is something out there if they're also looking for us so what are we doing to try to hear if if they're sending what we're sending in the opposite direction said the S. E. T. hi there is space telescopes that are aimed at the stars tried pick up radio signals from far and beyond I would think that there were. again it would be egotistical for us to think there's nobody else out there and I bet that you know there's going to be somebody out there looking at us and wondering wow what the heck is going on there WBZ's Ben Parker speaking with C. B. S.'s Peter king it is now seven twenty one.

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"ten light years" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"ten light years" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"A hundred to residents get into the center of the building and all are safe and sound at least thirty seven buildings were damaged or destroyed by the storm. is the latest sign yet that there could be something out there CBS is Peter king says British scientists have found water on a planet outside our solar system with temps suitable for life the University College London research team says that planet is about a hundred ten light years away and actual planet known as a super earth far enough away from its equivalent to our son and thus possibly able to support life the scientists say it's twice the size of the earth it has water vapor in the atmosphere and temperatures cool enough to support water on the surface there's no indication if there is water there they also believe that there could be nitrogen and methane but they say radiation could make it difficult for life as we know what to survive Peter king's CBS news sorry Charlie stark is tune up ordered to shell out one hundred million clams or is that claims that's a fun one in a canned tuna price fixing conspiracy let's find out from Alison Keyes starkest once known for its ad with a cartoon fish trying to get into it scans must pay the fine for its participation in a conspiracy to fix the prices of cans tuna fish the Pittsburgh based company asked a federal judge to reduce the find the fifty million claiming the full penalty would send it into bankruptcy but US district judge Edward Chen found that the company has the assets and the ability to borrow money to pay the.

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'Is the Earth unique?' Water detected in atmosphere of exoplanet

WBZ Afternoon News

00:57 sec | 2 years ago

'Is the Earth unique?' Water detected in atmosphere of exoplanet

"Is the latest sign yet that there could be something out there CBS is Peter king says British scientists have found water on a planet outside our solar system that has temperatures suitable for life the University College London research team says that planet is about a hundred ten light years away and actual planet known as a super earth far enough away from its equivalent to our son and thus possibly able to support life scientists say it's twice the size of the earth that has water vapor in the atmosphere and temperatures cool enough to support water on the surface there's no indication if there is water there they also believe that there could be nitrogen and methane but they say radiation could make it difficult for life as we know it to survive Peter king's CBS news are you wondering what is an XO planet well a lot of you of course probably know the answer bot planets that orbit other stars are

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"ten light years" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

03:12 min | 2 years ago

"ten light years" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"You to one thousand nine hundred fifty five. Wow. That is crazy far away. Yeah. And they're additional said knowing candidates in suspected to be many more. We're talking eighty to ninety of these critters and they're distant and weird orbits can't be fully explained. By the influences of known solar system, objects either. So for starters, they're too far from the sun to be influenced by the gas giants. Okay. And they're too close to the sun to be influenced by other distant stars. So something else is influencing them. But what? So there are few reasonable candidates to consider here. The big one the main one that we're most interested here with is that there might be an undiscovered giant planet comparible to urinate or Neptune. Still. Orbiting our son somewhere out there in the dark. So there could maybe be a planet x after all exactly another idea is that a lost giant planet was ejected from our solar system along time ago disrupting orbits on its way out of our solar system. So that would that would explain why they all seem skewed in the same direction because some like a massive planetary object came ripping through pulling everybody out of place. Okay. And then a final of reasonable theory is that back in the stellar nursery days of our solar system. The sun's fellow pro sons nudged everything out of wack. Okay. So it could be sort of a relic of something that happened in the past kind of like a the planet being ojected or something moving by. So they can come back to Pluto for a second. I hope that for one thing. The idea of the said noise makes everyone feel better about losing or potentially losing Pluto as a full-fledged planet because ultimately, wouldn't you rather just? Drop Pluto from the list as opposed to just adding all these other additional things like no, you don't actually want to memorize a bunch of said noise. So also, you didn't lose Pluto Pluto's still there. It's still still a door planet. You can still included on the list like people get way, people get people like to get been outta shape over this. When the show nothing to get out of shape over there's a reason Pluto is not considered a planet. It's an order to make it consistent with the definition of a planet that we use for all the other planets, and that means that planets have to dominate their orbital area. They have to gravitationally dominate their oral area. And Pluto does not right. And if you just decide not we're gonna count Pluto. Then you you have to be open to letting other things joined the list as well there is dwarf planets and whatnot. So trust is the best way the best approach forward. But again, this comes back to the question. Right. If there is a let's assume that first theory is correct. If there is a giant planet out there in our solar system. And it's is an monkeying with the the orbits of these said noise, then why don't we know about it for sure why amid all these continual classification of Exo planets things is far away is sweeps eleven which is twenty seven thousand seven hundred ten light years away. Why would we miss something so relatively close to home or we're gonna take a quick break?.

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"ten light years" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"ten light years" Discussed on KTRH

"I did a show for history channel. And then later on discovery about Aley. Leeann intelligence extraterrestrial intelligence, and the high likelihood that it would be artificial intelligence. Now, why do I bring that up to answer your question because when you compare intelligence to the only intelligence, we know which is here on earth. That's exactly where we're going that. We're in the process of merging with machines that they're exploring how you can upload your consciousness, whatever you wanna call it. What makes us us into a computer chip? And the moment that happens where immortal and the moment that happens times relevant. So when you have to travel ten light years, it doesn't matter about the speed of light travel. You just have to get there. So it's a fascinating topic. It's one that definitely deserves three hours on its own. But it's something that that in my opinion connects to extraterrestrial intelligence, I'm have one more minute. So let's try and get Linda from Auburn Washington. Sorry for everybody else. Been trying. Linda, your question or comment for John Greenwald junior inside the black ball? Theory and then good morning and thank you for doing. Your part will keeping us and psalm yet company I just have a suggestion for Mr. Greenwald's. I don't wanna call him John because that name has bad connotations. But why does he said? My suggestion is they tell us what's currently going on and area fifty one and a I will make some Marcello, but we'll have now. So. So tell me about tell me about what have you been able to find about area fifty one through foia now? Yeah, it's it's a little bit tough. I mean, obviously, it's a highly classified installation. That's that tests highly classified technology. I was able to get the media completely misrepresented as few years ago, but way back in about two thousand I got the first admission under the foia that area fifty one even existed in that came from the department of energy. It's very hard to find formation on it. But one documental bring up which is pretty interesting from a historical.

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"ten light years" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"ten light years" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"I did a show for history channel and then later on discovery about alien intelligence extraterrestrial intelligence, and the high likelihood that it would be artificial intelligence. Now, why do I bring that up to answer your question because when you compare intelligence to the only intelligence, we know which is here on earth. That's exactly where we're going that we're in the process of merging with machines that they're exploring how you can upload your consciousness, whatever you wanna call it. What makes us us into computer chip, and the moment that happens, immortal, and the moment that happens times relevant. So. So when you have to travel ten light years, it doesn't matter about the speed of light travel. You just have to to get there. So it's a fascinating topic. It's one that definitely deserves three hours on its own. But it's something that that in my opinion connects to extraterrestrial intelligence, I may have one more minute. So let's try get Linda from Auburn Washington. Sorry for everybody else. Been trying Linda your question or comment for John Greenwald junior inside the black ball phone. Good morning. And thank you for doing. Your part will keeping us and psalm yet company I just have a suggestion for Mr. Greenwald's. I don't wanna call him John 'cause that name has bad connotations. But why does he said? My suggestion is why does any tell us what's currently going on and area fifty one and a I will make them Martell. But we'll have now. So. Tell me about tell me about she wants to have you been able to find about area fifty one through foia now. Yeah, it's a it's a little bit tough. I mean, obviously, it's a highly classified installation. That's that tests highly classified technology. I was able to get the media completely misrepresented as few years ago, but way back in about two thousand I got the first admission under the foia that area fifty one even existed amount came from the department of energy. It's very hard to find information on it. But one documental bring up which is pretty interesting from a.

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"ten light years" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"ten light years" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"I did a show for history channel and then later on discovery about alien intelligence extraterrestrial intelligence, and the high likelihood that it would be artificial intelligence. Now, why do I bring that up to answer your question because when you compare intelligence to the only intelligence, we know which is here on earth. That's exactly where we're going that we're in the process of merging with machines that they're exploring how you can upload your consciousness, whatever you wanna call it. What makes us us into a computer chip? And the moment that happens where immortal and the moment that happens times relevant. So. So when you have to travel ten light years, it doesn't matter about the speed of light travel. You just have to to get there. So it's a fascinating topic. It's one that definitely deserves three hours on its own. But right. It's something that that in my opinion connects to extraterrestrial intelligence, I may have one more minute. So let's try get Linda from Auburn Washington. Sorry for everybody else. Been trying Linda your question comment for John Greenwald junior inside the black ball phone. Good morning. And thank you for doing. Your part will keeping us and psalm yet company. I just have a suggestion for Mr. Greenwald's. I don't wanna call him John 'cause that name has bad connotations that why does he said? My suggestion is this any tell us what's currently going on and area fifty one and a I will make some Martell. But we'll have now. So. So tell me about tell me about she wants to have you been able to find about area fifty one through foia now. Yeah, it's a it's a little bit tough. I mean, obviously, it's a highly classified installation that that tests highly classified technology, I was able to get the media completely misrepresented this few years ago, but way back in about two thousand I got the first admission under the foia that area fifty one even existed in that came from the department of energy. It's very hard to find information on it. But one documental bring up which is pretty interesting from a historical standpoint was a document from the nineteen fifties from the.

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"ten light years" Discussed on The NFL Show

The NFL Show

02:46 min | 3 years ago

"ten light years" Discussed on The NFL Show

"Is right when they get the ball back as they don't ever miss a beat, you know, never looks like they're cold from being on the sideline as soon as they get back in there, they're right back at you and you. And to me if you're playing the Rams, you better know all your checks adjustments. Change them that we like, hey, we used to play bunch this way, but we're not playing it that way anymore. This week we're gonna change it because he's going to attack it the way you play it. And if you make a mistake with how you play it, it's gonna screw them up. That's the way he's going to get screwed up because he's dictate in what you're doing by his checks and just so what you gotta do is you got to change. You got to alter some things you have to do, and if you can't win the match ups, which it's hard to win those matchups. The thing I admire about the Rams even more their receivers are they don't drop a God damn path. They really don't. They don't drop a pass. I mean, cooks, look, I thought cooks was a good player. I thought he had a hard time against press last year and was not good with the ball in his hand with the patriots. I mean, remember exhibit Howard Dafa just kicked his ass in a game down there, but cooks has gotten better there. Robert woods. I made the statement Robert was like, what's he gonna do for the Rams? Like he wasn't that good in buffalo and he's like ten light years better about what he is there. He'd never drops a passing the buffalo to. I mean, the Bill fans got look at Robert Woodson say like shit. He never played like this for us. So it's in the teaching, and here's. Hi, it's so -ffective because what the Rams do is simple right Stein has five levels of intelligence, right? Simples the number one right there simple and because they're simple, they play fast and because they don't change their place every week, they modify their plays. The players have confidence in what players have confidence. They play faster, and that's really what's happened there. And they coach the shit out of receivers. Like I don't know how they get them to never drop the ball, but there are remarkable and when you go out there and it works, if you're Robert woods, when he scores that touchdown, he gets matched up on bars, the same sort of deal. And he turns field and he's running down in his head as soon as he gets passed him, he's probably thinking, this is a touchdown. You know what I mean? Like you're, you're already celebrating because you know you've prepared for this. It's here the running exactly what all the coaching staff is prepared you to see. And here it is. I mean the confidence in that, yeah. I mean in the fans don't get to hear the coaches of the headset, but you could. I promise you in the headset when the Rams before that snap McVeigh said, we got, we got this is just take your time. Take a deep breath. Let's make the pass exactly Excu. Exactly. Just execute and that's fun. And. That's fun. And I think that they're going to be hard to beat. I mean, you could just see the Rams and the chiefs plane in a playoff game of Super Bowl the over. I don't know what the Vegas is set it up, but it's going to be a pretty high number. We're, we're going to be in the forties, possibly fifties. I mean, it might be who even knows what happened to that point. I want to talk about the Vikings a little bit too, because I think they've kind of gotten lost in the shuffle here just because they, I think they did play a pretty quality game. I mean, Aikman Aikman did say, I mean, he was like, this is one of the few times I've seen in a while where we have two quarterbacks on both sides of the ball really playing outstanding. You know what I mean? And we've talked about quarterback play and how it's been up and down a little bit..

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"ten light years" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

Design Matters with Debbie Millman

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"ten light years" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

"Glow of kuzmic microwaves existed all was powerful evidence that the big bang had taken place an unmistakable announcement that the universe had a birthdate but theorists quickly realized that it could also be used as a powerful diagnostic tool the modern universe they knew is lumpy mostly empty space punctuated at varying levels of organization by stars galaxies clusters and super clusters of galaxies these lumps must have started as variations in density in the newborn universe which grew under gravity into their present form but since the newly found glow of microwaves was omitted when the universe was a mere three hundred thousand or so years old any density variations present at the time should have left their imprint on it a slightly over dense region would have been very slightly hotter than average while slightly under dense regions would have been cooler and these temperature differences should still be detect dible even after fourteen billion years so my question david is why because microwaves don't interact much so to explain this let me give you a little background teach everyone a little special relativity excellent the key idea and special tippety is light travels at a finite speed takes light eight minutes to get from the sun to us so we see the sun as it was eight minutes ago look at a nearby star that is safe ken light years away it takes like ten years to get from there to us we see it as it was ten years ago ten light years ten light years so the further away something is the longer takes light to get to us the further back we look in time when we see it so we see the andromeda galaxy as it was a million years ago we look with the hubble telescope we see the light as it was say twelve years ago for distant galaxy microwaves or the oldest light it's been travelling to us four thirteen.

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