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"three kilometers per second" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary
"The separation of the two satellites on board syracuse for a and seventeen which should reach their geostationary position about thirty minutes. Is that correct. David david you also connected with kuruvita an earpiece where the cbi transmits all the information concerning the evolution of the emission. What is the ryan. And how does it work. I have direct link with a severe team. A team located in koo who receives the real time. Fly data sent by the launcher to the tracking stations. And the right now. They confirmed that all the parameters are are us expected this parameters include the altitude velocity the engine parameters so two minutes nineteen seconds from stuff. The i should announce am i right. The separation of the boosters is the first thing is this step of the mission david. In a few seconds booster separations should take place the Launch will have gone through most through the most stressful. Part of the launch stressful. Yes in terms of mechanical loads dynamic pressure and booster. Separation will be at the run sixty five kilometers and traveling at the speed of mac. Six point five so it should come up in just a few seconds. Yes we have the confirmation seperation. Yes okay so this. Stage is the first of many and in a few seconds ariane will be at an altitude of one hundred ten kilometers and the media will then be announcing the separation of the fairing. What can you tell us about this particular stage. David yes so. At one hundred ten kilometer altitude the atmosphere has become really only a few wear particles. Remain so at this point. Deferring which is there to protect the satellites chronic atmosphere the heat and the sound that liftoff and during the assent is no longer needed so it is jetties onto to save weight so this again should happen in just about ten seconds. This is an important moment as well. We'll every stage is important every phase. We're just waiting now. A couple of seconds for the separation of the faring. We have the confirmation from so by separating from its faring aryan five what will now be proximity to tons lighter which is a significant weight in flight. Seventeen one of the two satellites launch tonight had a launch mass of more than six tonnes and it is one of the ten heaviest telecommunication satellites launched by since its creation. Yes that's right here. At this stage of the launch we have launched of the ways war and his traveling at what speed. Well in terms of the launcher was about seven hundred. Eighty uplift of right. Now we have only about one hundred forty nine ounce left and the speed is about two point seven kilometers per second which is about a third of what we need to reach. The end of the flight will be about nine point three kilometers per second the six thousand four hundred eleven kilogram as she has seventeen built by falah. Selenium space was the first to be deployed. The satellite will provide almost two hundred k band spot. Beams of mixed sizes providing broadband coverage over the america's the caribbean and the atlantic ocean with special optimization for commercial aviation it was followed minutes later by the deployment of the three thousand eight hundred fifty three kilogram french military syracuse for communication satellite syracuse. Faure will provide secure communications between french armed forces and we'll all support nato and european-led operations. Both satellites carry enough fuel for a designed service life of fifteen years the launch. Mock the one hundred eleventh mission for the ariane five rocket its next flight will launch the james webb space telescope..
"three kilometers per second" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary
"We off the pad and on our way to space once again with successful lift-off from rocket lab launch conflicts. One right now. Electron is traveling at over five hundred kilometers. Now and it's pulsing. Three clone isn't altitude very soon. Electron will approach max q or maximum dynamic pressure that moment when forces are at the greatest on the launch vehicle. That's listening for the call from michigan. Troll that electron has passed. That face vehicle supersonic approaching. Mexico cleared mexico. They is the coal electron has successfully passed. three mexican. proportion is continuing nominally. On the first stage as we approached the next event and electrons descent altitude thirty kilometers speed. Is one point three kilometers per second. Hey os chatham station. I up the nine registered engines will down before shutting off completely otherwise known as main engine. Cutoff or meco. Shortly afterward we'll see separation of the first and second stages followed quickly by ignition of these single weatherford engine on electron sick and stage. We've had a successful meeker stage separation and and stage engine ignition. Next will be coming up on fairing separation this when the to half of electrons fearing separate and fall away in preparation for payload deployment and there it is separated clearing the way in at least fifty minutes from now meanwhile stage two is continuing well to orbit carrying the kick stage and the monolith satellite and we are looking at a healthy stage to burn four minutes and feisty into the mission at an altitude of about ten thousand plus in the philosophy of over one hundred. Sixty five electron continues nominally. We're in the middle of our stage to burn taking us to an elliptical orbit after which the kick stage will separate in preparation for payload deployment all systems continue to look nominal hit of kick stage. Separation is the better hot swap on our way to all aubert. We are traveling at a speed of thirteen thousand kilometers with an altitude of over two hundred now for one of the events of the launch of its unique to electron the battery. Jason the fuel pumps electrons rutherford engines powered by batteries but once those batteries depleted. It's just added weight that we don't need to carry all the way to orbit so we swap out the depleted batteries for a fresh. You want to keep electrons sick stage going. All the way we call this maneuver better swamp and it's coming up next in there it goes pulling away meaning that ferry has been completed the battery to start holding nominal electrons. Sick and stage is now approaching seco or thickened. Engine cut off much like main engine. Cutoff the stage to rutherford will throw down before the kick stage separates ahead of payload deployment. We are now eight minutes and thirteen seconds into flight. And everything is looking great for payload deployment and approximately forty five minutes states. You should stay tree suppression. And that confirms electron sick and state engine has shut down envy kick stage and sick and stage have separated so the kick stage will now into what we call a coasting face while it's an elliptical orbit. Before its curie engine ignites to circularize the orbit ahead of payload deployment emission named. It's a little chilly up. He was designed to see how a deployable sensor which makes up a significant fraction of the spacecraft's total mass would affect the satellites dynamic properties and its ability to maintain spacecraft attitude control. The experiment could see the future. Use of smaller satellite buses. Deploying lodges sensor payloads it was rugged labs fourth launch this year and the twenty-first flight the electron rocket. The mission was originally meant to fly from rocket labs new launch complex at nasa's wallops island flat facility on the virginian mid atlantic coast. Construction of the wallops island pad was completed in december. Twenty nine teen but software. Coding issues have delayed necessarily vacation of the autonomous flight. Termination system needed for rain safety forcing the flight to be moved to new zealand. It was also the first rocket lab mission. Since may the fifteenth when an electron rocket carrying two black sky earth imaging satellites failed to reach orbit that electron and it's payloads began tumbling out of control. Just after the stage to engine ignited investigations by rocket lab overseen by the us federal aviation administration determined that. A forty ignited system on the electron rockets. Second state rather fit engine was the cause of the failure. The issue triggered a corruption of signals within the engines. Computer causing the rockets thrust the victim control to deviate outside normal parameters shutting down. The engine. rocket lab says new redundancies. Have now been included to prevent a similar ignite a problem occurring in the future. This is space time still to come. China's busy launch continues with four rocket launches in a week and later in the science report concerning evidence that the gulfstream is losing. Its stability all that and most to come.
"three kilometers per second" Discussed on Sean Carroll's Mindscape: Science, Society, Philosophy, Culture, Arts, and Ideas
"Were you know running the vietnam war for a long time. There's no obvious idea that. Because if kennedy had been robert kennedy. Bobby kennedy had been elected. He would have gotten us out of vietnam. Politicians are tricky. They say things and they don't end up doing them all the time. So i don't know enough about that era to say how devoted or how influential he would have been actually make that happen. And as far as watergate is concerned watergate was an example of agree gio abuse of power illegal actions on the part of the president but it also led to reforms of the system. You know the ability to have special prosecutors and things like that so maybe it would have been worse overall. If watergate had not happened if i were to imagine ideal histories i would have wanted to stop some terrible massacres tragedies genocides right like the holocaust or various other terrible things that happened. There is a little bit more cut and dried to me that if that had not happened the world would be better on the other hand. I don't know like if it comes to either assassinating or not assassinating one person. I'm not what not at all sure. What would need to happen to guarantee that the holocaust would not have happened. Yeah you can say will kill baby hitler. That's the usual thing to say but it's not at all obvious to me that the social forces wouldn't have led to something more or less similar to what actually happened in world war two. I don't know maybe they wouldn't. But i just don't know claudio slam says about a moua the interstellar visitor. We had that. We talked about with envelope while his speed was notably high for solar system standards twenty six point three kilometers per second relative to the sun. It's still very low. Compared to the speed of light would we have noticed anything weird had the movie was dash been a hundred thousand times faster. Is it conceivable that a material object can be accelerated to relativistic speeds by accession of pushes from stars or other massive bodies so it certainly would have been much weirder if a who's been one hundred thousand times faster so if you think about what is going on in our galaxy the stars moving around and you know with respect to each other and around the center of the galaxy the typical speed you should have in mind is something like a couple hundred kilometers per second okay. Two hundred kilometers per second three hundred kilometers per second something like that. That's the typical speed that stars and other objects have in the galaxy. So that's the speed. You expect everything to have with respect to everything else on average okay. This is why we made the point. That in some sense move. Speed is anomalous. Low twenty six kilometers per second is lower than three hundred kilometers per second but if it had been three thousand kilometers per second that will be an all mostly high and that would be weird. So yes that would be weird. Is it conceivable that something could actually be celebrated that fast. You know it's conceivable but it's very very unlikely Things do get pushed around by passing by stars but it happens slowly and gradually An every little pushes very tiny and sometimes the pushes go in opposite directions from each other right so you certainly do not expect things to be accelerated to very very fast speeds and i should go further than that. You certainly don't expect things to be accelerated to relativistic speeds near the speed of light. Because once they're accelerated to the escape velocity of the galaxy. They escape from the galaxy and they're no longer being accelerated by a gravitational assists from nearby stars. And things like that so there is an upper limit to speeds you expect for things that are galaxy namely the escape velocity. That is fair in christie's says a priority question. You guys are using up your priority questions..
"three kilometers per second" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary
"Tones indicating everything is nominal reports. Radio is powered on really receive singles from the lender or better has reported that ready to receive signals from perseverance. It should be in a few here. We're just like liberal. One from entry interface. A second spacecraft maven should begin picking up telemetry from perseverance and will continue to record that telemetry until several minutes post landing. We won't get that data for several hours. After landing as it's being recorded and then we'll be forwarded earth later we are continuing to receive heartbe tones indicating that everything is nominal. Where just under two minutes. From entry interface as it gets closer to mar preferences actually being pulled in by gravity and accelerating by the time participants reaches entry interface point. He should be going just under five point. Four kilometers per second we had about ninety seconds from entry interface and standing by for marta. Bitter to pick up the time. Itchy monroe's in receive mode of confirmation that the kind of florida is now relating data from perseverance. For about thirty seconds from entry interface presidents is going about five point two kilometers per second and his one hundred and ninety kilometers above the surface of mars premiership data flow seconds from interface. Five point three kilometers per second and to One hundred and fifty years from the surface. Mars have confirmation of entry. Interface preferences is currently going five point. Three commerce per second at an altitude of about one hundred twenty kilometers from the surface of mars is now waiting until it begins feeling atmosphere down. Once there is enough atmosphere it will start controlling. it's path to landing target navigation is confirming that we can see a little bit of that slowdown of the atmosphere. On the perseverance. Entry capsule our current velocity is about five point three six kilometers per second in an altitude of about sixty seven kilometers from the surface. We're probably seeing real pleasant blacula point loss lock president we have indications that perseverance is now performing bank reversals in the atmosphere these are the steps in order to control its distance to the landing target. President says it's passed through the point of maximum deceleration and has indicated that it felt approximately ten earth. Jeez of deceleration numerals lock again. We saw a small outage of the year. Jeff twenty from mars coniston forbid dripping peak. Heating phase likely caused by the pleasant blackout. Perseverance is still continuing to perform bank reversals. In the atmosphere to control its distance to the landing target perseverance. Going about one communist per second an altitude of about sixteen kilometers from the surface of mars. We have entered heading alignment. Which means preferences no longer trying to control the distance to mars but in to the target on mars but instead flying straight to the target curb lot city is about five hundred and fifty meters per second had an alternative about fifteen kilometers from the surface numerals reporting good telemetry luck. We are coming upon to straighten up. We're starting to straighten up and fly right maneuver where the face craft will jettison. The entry found masters in preparation for parachute. Deploy and to rule over to give the radar. A better look at the ground navigation have confirmed that the terror she has deployed and we are seeing significant federations and the her current velocity is one hundred meters per second at an altitude of about twelve kilometers from the surface of mars. Perseverance have slowed to subsonic speeds. And the he'll has been separated. This allows both the radar and the cameras to get their first look at the surface curve. La city it's one hundred and forty five meters per second and an altitude of about ten kilometers. Nine and a half kilometer is above the surface furtherance now has radar lock on the ground current thirty one hundred meters per second point six farmers of the arts perseverance is continuing to descend on the parachute. We're coming up on the initial terrain relative navigation and subsequently the timing of the landing engines our current velocity is about ninety meters per second at an altitude of four point two kilometers confirmation that the land division system has produced a valid solution and part of trainer alter navigation. We have timing of the landing engine. Paparazzi is eighty three meters per second at about two point six commodores from the surface. Mars confirmation that the back shell has separated we are currently performing the divert maneuver velocities out. Seventy five meters per second altitude of about a kilometer off the surface of mars fearing fifty bravo. We have completed our train. Realtor navigation current speed is about thirty meters per second altitude about three hundred meters off the surface of mars standing by for cruise stage separation. We started our constant velocity accordion. Which means we are conducting. The sky crane thought to conduct the fight crane maneuver. We've lost director earth tones as expected. Skycam has started about twenty meters off the service. We're getting signals from immoral. Good pets on armed configuring. The fans of core state has one way to save is continuing to transmit through on revenue to still getting for the lander part of. We're gonna for the images seen completion of three thousand copy activity. That is expected memorials still seeing strong. Single lander free by have the target point on the map. Mas twenty twenty mission was launched on july the thirtieth twenty twenty aboard an alice five four one rocket from cape canaveral space for stationing florida. The perseverance rover mission maxine. Important first step in efforts to collect ma samples for attentive worth about the size of aqa one thousand and twenty six kilograms. Six mobile barberie will undergo several weeks of testing before it begins to ye. Primary science investigation of jets were crater severence. Percy's mission manages. Jp electa colette's equipped with seven science instruments robotic arm at some two meters long as well as nineteen cameras and microphones. It's only the fifth rover to successfully complete the journey to mars all of them from at all started with the pathfinder mission back in nineteen ninety seven and it so jenna rover which was about the size of a microwave oven. It was followed by the twin mars. Exploration rovers spirit and opportunity in two thousand and three they reach around the size of a golf cart and then in two thousand twelve we so perseverance. As older sibling curiosity which still active and busily exploring gale crater perseverance will investigate the rock and sediment of jazz ancient lake bid and river delta to characterize the region's geology minerals and pass climate. But its primary mission. He's astro biology. The search for signs of ancient microbial life on the surface of miles. Perseverance is just the first step in bringing back rocks and regular from the red planet. As part of a future mars sample return mission now being developed by nasser in the european space agency. Our scientists on earth is study samples collected by perseverance the with definitive signs of life past or present easy instruments which today at two lodging complex to send to the red planet verify that microscopic life exists or once existed on mars carries an enormous burden of proof director of nasa's planetary science division. Laurie glaze says while scientists will learn a lot from the advanced instruments aboard the rover. It may very well require the foul complex laboratories back on earth to truly determine whether the samples carry evidence that mars once harboured life. Even today debate continues among scientists as to whether the nineteen seventies era. Viking landers so-called masslive soup test picked up biological or chemical reactions consigned to settle the question of whether the chain structures discovered in the martian meteorite. Ah eighty four zero zero one fan in and octa were biological mineral built by nasa jet propulsion laboratory in pasadena california. The severity include seven case science instruments. There's the mass chem z. A pair of zim ables signs cameras on perseverance. As remote-sensing masto head it creates high resolution. Three dimensional cal panoramas of the martian landscape also located on the mast asuka cam uses the pulse laser to study the chemistry of rocks and sediment and it has its own microphone. Hope scientists better understand the property of rocks after all. If you're a geologist it's nothing like tapping them caitlyn. The tired at the end of the rover's robotic arm is the planetary instrument for x ray litho chemistry or pixel and the scanning habitable environments with raymond and luminescence for organics and chemicals shylock instruments. Which will work together to collect. Dead or on mazas geology close up pixel will use an x ray beam in squeezed of senses to delve into a rock's elemental chemistry shylock's ultraviolet laser and spectrometer along with its wide angled topographic sense of operations and engineering a watson imager steady rock surfaces mapping out the presence of certain minerals and organic molecules which are the cabin based building blocks of life on earth. The rover chassis is also home to three sides. Instruments is rim facts the radar image of mars subsurface experiment. It's the first ground penetrating radar on the surface of mars. And it'll be used. Determine how different ways of the martian surface owned over time and that data could pave the way for future senses to hunt for subsurface water ice deposits and with an eye on future. Red planet explorations is the mass oxygen in situ resource utilization experimental moxie. It's a technology demonstrator. Designed to manufacture oxygen at the thing carbon dioxide rich mash in air materials used for different types of spacesuits and space. Helmet visors a glued on a test panel on the road chassis to see how they survive in the real martian environment may well. The rovers mas environment dynamics analyze our meter instrument which is census on the mass end. Chassis will provide cain formation about present day mars whether climate dust currently attached to the belly of. Perseverance is a tiny. Martian helicopter could ingenuity it till as technology demonstrator one that will attempt the historic first ever powered controlled flight on another world. Sometimes we have to do something just to show that you can do it. When the wright brothers flew for the first time if you an experimental aircraft in the same way the marcella trista sign to show that. We can fly in powered helicopter flight in marshmallows. Here from day one. This was the unwavering dream of our team to get our helicopter. Launched to mars so that we can get an opportunity. Do the very first rotorcraft flight tests in the actual environment. Mars is extremely difficult to fly at mars because administrators compared to earth at is less than one percent so the first and foremost challenges to make a vehicle this light enough to be lifted and then the second is to generate lift. The rotor system is to spend very fast hundred twenty six hundred spinning between two thousand and three thousand revolutions per minute and it takes a lot of energy so is that balance of a very light system yet. Having enough energy this needed to spin the rotor so fast lift and on top of it having to design in the autonomy. It has to be fully autonomous from the time it takes time. It lands what we do on the ground is planned flights and so we determine from here where we want. The helicopter goal experiment. Window is thirty martians so we have planned up to five flights of incremental difficulty. Very first flight. The main thing is we want to get two legs off the ground and so we will basically go up About three meters animal hover And then come down again and that will be the first relieved major milestone was of lights of the the three to five meter height we will be going horizontally again at a few liters per second only go arguing fifty seventeen years and come back in successive with lights. Bali push that further tried to go further so our priority will be to get back and cheering matry and not so much images. But i'm sure we'll be done a few you know because they locust look cool at this point we've tested all we can on earth. We have mathematical models that shows. How a fly at mars and we've tested it in the simulated environment that we can create on earth. It really is time now to do the real to plantation owners. Nothing is a given but we have done everything we can and dumps over the test programme. The vehicles performing extremely well so far. It's been going exactly the right thing you right. When is bolted onto the perseverance rover. So it's a very good chance that will pull it off. Yes but it's still high risk and none of his. Forget that you could have a glitch. That could mean end of mission. Yes it's going to be exciting reacting to any surprises we have. We can't wait what's really most important is everything we're learning here is for the future rotorcraft systems that we want to introduce.
Acorn Woodpeckers Fight Long Bloody Territorial Wars
"What you're hearing is worth. Woodpeckers a species called acorn packers. The birds fight long bloody battles over access to trees where these woodpeckers nest and store their food. You guessed it Acorns, the abilities, giant Ligon grannies, and these are. Basically on storage structures, but the store thousands of ACORNS every fall Sarah's with the Smithsonian national, Museum of Natural History in Bark and dead bars of trees they make individual holes in which the store one garnered a time and Some GRANITZ may have tens of thousands of holes, woodpeckers that hold high quality territory die others come to claim it for themselves. That's when the fighting began so. It's a lot of energy that they were in and that sort of as you how valuable big grants are for them. So they put in a lot of effort in the shark known for this big long term price. Bourbon is colleagues tracked acorn woodpeckers doing these power struggles the researchers observed to twelfth groups of birds sparring for a single territory typically with three or four birds pork lamb. Individual, birds May, fight more than ten hours a day for several days. We don't know that board last that long it's it's really really amazing. You have. You can imagine if you can imagine the. California. There's the big oak tree and you can just hear board calling a because they give very distinct. These WACKO WACKO calls when they're fighting each other. From. You can hear it from far away. There are so many boards calling and when you go closer, you'll see birds. Flying around pretty chaotically, there are birds washing so most. Coalitions will group together every now and then and sprouts spread out their wings on a prominent branch of the tree anshuman basically who they are that they are together but these conflicts often the violence the you see birds with big injuries in see bloodied feathers you can see is style boards with some injuries that are obviously fatal be seen boards, broken wings and also boards far the crown like fighting each other like like I often boards. Have Spears from out. So they can do a lot of damage to each other other woodpeckers flew in from up to three kilometers away just to watch the fighting and to Glean Social Information The studies in Journal current biology. The scientists say these battles reveal a lot about animals social behavior. If you often think of birds is not very intelligent animals, but we are discovering very quickly that we are not the only a busy busybody nosy super curious social animal. And boards are doing that all the time social complexity is something that's a multiple times in the animal kingdom and we are just one of them.
France holds defiant rallies after murder of teacher
"Have been held across France in remembrance of the Parisian Schoolteacher Samuel Patty Mr. Patty was beheaded on Friday after showing cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad to his pupils. The crime has shocked the country a little earlier. I asked our Paris correspondent Tom just watson about the mood in the French capital. Ask. was the sound of thousands of people gathered in Paris's plus the levick public on Sunday paying tribute to the teachers. Some you patty who was killed two days earlier. While his beheading has shocked this country and demonstrations have been held far beyond the Paris area including the cities of Baldo Leon Marseille, and to lose amongst other places. Patty was killed near the school way worked Asaba about three kilometers north of the French capital and it's understood the motive for his killing was that he showed his students caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad. Caricatures published by the weekly Shali Abdul back in two thousand fifteen and that triggered deadly attacks on the satirical newspapers headquarters. At the time those characters were then republished by Shali Abdul to coincide with the trial of the accomplices in that two thousand, fifteen attack. This is in fact, the second terror related incident since that trial began because last month a man armed with meat cleaver tried to storm. What he thought was still Shalhoub does headquarters in Paris and two injured two people in what was a botched attack. President, Emmanuel. macron has immediately condemned the killing of some party and he went on to describe this shocking act of violence as and I quote an Islamist terrorist attack. assassinate. Only. One of our citizens was murdered today because he was teaching at is teaching students about freedom of expression, the liberty to believe and not believe. Local booklet. Dealer Schmaltz compatriot was flagrantly attacked. He was a victim of an Islamist terrorist attack than that. Don't always. What more do we know about the alleged assailant? Will the police shot and killed in eighteen year old man believed to be the Ataka in a town close to the scene of Friday's beheading it's understood that the suspected killer was a refugee from Chechnya who'd only been France for a few months. We authorities say that the MOM was not previously known to the meaning that he wasn't on a terror watch list. Although he is believed to have a relative who is a member of the Islamic state group in. Syria. Will, a French anti-terror team has launched an investigation on a number of arrests have already been made amongst those arrested the suspects, parents and his brother. So as that investigation continues, no doubt more details will emerge about who this eighteen year old walls and whether or not he acted alone. I'm what about the motive Tom. Tell us more about what happened prior to Samuel parties horrific killing will before he himself was killed by the police the suspected attack posted a photograph of his gruesome crime on social. Media. With the photograph he wrote the caption, I have executed one of the dogs hell who dead to put Mahama down. What is understood that earlier on this month, the forty seven year, old history and geography teacher. Samuel Patty had held a discussion with his pupils about freedom of speech and the issue of the caricatures depicting the Prophet Mohammed had been shown in the context of that discussion. However, it should be pointed out that Patty told pupils who might be offended by the caricatures that he was about to should them to them and he said they could leave the room if they wanted to. But nevertheless, all of this prompted complaints from some of the parents of Muslim children in that class and as the issue drew more and more attention, the schools thought had receiving threatening phone calls and the father of one particular schoolgirl is reported to launched an appeal on line calling for action to be taken against similar petty. We'll all the while these school offered its full support, the teacher and tried to engage in dialogue with the parents who complained. And then on Friday this eighteen year old attack came to the school asking the people to point out the teacher in question which they did, and he then killed him. So. Does been shocking sequence of events has been disbelief at the barbarism of this crime, and the fact that someone should have been beheaded for raising the issue of freedom of expression, which is such a core tenet of what it means to be. French that was our correspondent in Paris Tom Burgess Watson speaking to me a little. Elia,
"three kilometers per second" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary
"I. Love this podcast support this show through the ACOSS support of. HR. It's up to you how much give and there's no regular commitment. Just hit the link in the show description to support now. This is based on series twenty-three episode eighty seven for broadcast on the Twenty Sixth of August twenty, twenty coming up on Space Time and you record asteroid closing catafalque planet earth the ultimate rave data set released and Ariane five launches a second satellite mission extension vehicle the cake spacecraft in orbit longer all that and more coming up on space time. Welcome to Space Time We'd Stewart Gary. It's just had another close in cat with an asteroid. This one, the size of a small rock, the Near Earth Asteroid Twenty twenty g q swoop just two, thousand, nine, hundred, fifty kilometers above the southern. Indian, Ocean. Traveling around twelve point three kilometers per second twenty, twenty G Q was first detected six hours after it's close encounter the six meter Wide Space Rock tiny by asteroid standards. One of several similar events which carried cheer the asteroid was I noticed a long streak in a wide field camera image taken by the Vicki transient facility the director of the set of near Earth objects studies poll showed us from this as Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena California says, estimates suggests there are literally hundreds of millions of small asteroids the size of twenty twenty q g.. But they're extremely hot defined until they get very close to the earth like twenty twenty huge the vast majority passed by usually at much greater distances. But what makes this want especially exciting for scientists is that it's into the record books as the closest no non impacting asteroid evidence of just how close it got is dramatically displayed in its asteroids with a gravity swinging it. By. Some forty five degrees as it swooped by the planet the European. Space Agency's near Earth Objects Coordination Center says there are currently twenty, three, thousand, one, hundred, sixty, near Earth Asteroids and one hundred ten comets is orbits all bring them close to the earth and these include some one, thousand, four, hundred, eighty, five objects discovered since the beginning of this year alone this space time. Still. The come the ultimate rave data set released and Iran five launches Second Satellite Mission Extension Vehicle designed to keep spacecraft in orbit longer all that and more still to come on space. Time. Well some of call that the ultimate rave the release of the sixth and final data set from the radio of velocity experimental rave the largest systematic spectroscopy survey the motions of stars in the Milky Way Galaxy. The massive project has surveyed a representative sample of the stellar population in our neighborhood covering a volume of space. Roughly fifteen thousand light is across the collaboration is now published the results for over half a million stellar observations, measuring velocities, temperatures, compositions, and is this unique data. It enabled scientists to systematically disentangle the structure in evolutionary history of our galaxy. Rave observe the sky for almost every clear night for a decade between two thousand and three in two thousand thirteen using the UK Schmidt telescope at the siding spring. Observatory. In Foul West the.
"three kilometers per second" Discussed on Brothers of the Serpent Podcast
"Solar disk. A are two, seven, six, seven, two, seven, six, eight. Both have magnetic polarities that identify them as members of Solar Cycle Twenty five neither appears oppose a threat for strong solar flares though. So the quiet of solar minimum continues. Also. Farewell Accommodate Neo is. d- comment has faded dramatically since its close approach to Earth on July twenty third dimming more than tenfold. It is no longer visible to the naked eye and walt swing around the sun again for another six thousand eight hundred years. To, say, Farewell Dinner, of Burgos, Springs California created this montage of the comet gliding across the evening sky. Yeah and there's a great picture here. If you go space dot com, you can see it. the of the comment appearing on different days and how you can see it fades. And rises pretty fast and old woman did that. Dennis Matt. Things so not sure. I didn't. Bother to ask. Man, sorry. I got it eventually. I hope everyone got to see common is during his recent visit visit says Dennis, it became bright enough to see easily with the unaided eye from dark rural locations. But now unfortunately, it has faded into the realm of large binoculars and telescopes I photographed it each night from July eighteenth to twenty-seventh. In this sequence, you can see the comet changing its size and brightness as it first approaches earth and then recedes back into the depths of our solar system not to return to our neighborhood for nearly sixty eight. Centuries Despite its fate neo is remains a good target for photographers with telescopes and or sensitive digital cameras. For more parting shots, many of them. Wonderful. You can browse the NEO is photo gallery. On. Space, weather dot com. Current conditions. Solar wind speed is forty eight point, three kilometers per second and the density is six point seven protons per cubic centimeter. We have. Twenty, two sunspots. That's the current number. And are spotless days percentage for this year's going down. We're now down seventy three percent from seventy five. We were at before total of one, hundred, fifty, three days. Obviously we are in a current zero stretch of spotless days because we have twenty two of them. And the total neutron count is still high at nine point three percent above the space age average. Dropping down I mean. Yes. So in the last forty, eight hours, it has gone down point five percent. Okay. And if those neutrons down, right yeah. Yeah Right. So the space age maximum. was. Eleven point seven percent above the average of all counts. So we're down to nine point three were higher than that before. So yeah. And that's because the the the fewer sunspots, the more cosmic rays get in. To the solar system. So Coca Cola. Space News for the week folks. Thank you Sir Yep back to you cal. Let's do the listener communications. Then I'll do my story at the end. Okay. I also have a story. Okay. So yeah, that's a good idea. Let me I do. Since I've got this open. All I. Do we got a couple reviews?.
"three kilometers per second" Discussed on Space Nuts
"Watson all space nuts right before we get onto the next topic I'm very excited to be able to tell people that. Want to ask questions that they can do so now up until now we've been getting questions through facebook posts through a mile through the website contact interface. But now you can record them. If you would like to record using your own voice or someone who sounds similar to you a question for us you can go to our website and there is a stopped recording button. All you have to do is have a microphone available through Your Laptop. It works for your smart device. whatever And once you ram geared up just press start recording and away got. You can ask you a question you know. We'd like to Cape questions down to ten fifteen minutes Max But ten fifteen seconds even but even now if you have something to say or something you want to ask for it about Use you can use the record now. It's viable through the BOTS DOT COM spice nuts website. So it's it dot com slash spice nuts bites dot com slash space nuts. And you can record a question and If we deem it worthy for it we will we will use the audience audio rather than May rating at questions from from people who had potty. So it'll be nice New Toy for us to play with a new innovation and it'll give people an opportunity to hear from other spice nuts listeners in their invoices which I think is is the fabulous thing and We'll be able to answer the questions that way. I mean. We'll still take them the traditional way in in writing Ovar email or whatever. But if you'd like to record a question that is available right now on they bought dot com slash spice nuts page. Now Fred looking forward to that by the way. Let's move onto our next topic. Which is that of catching interstellar asteroids such as the space or Imamura as it is officially known when they say catch are they talking about finding or actually capturing neither right. Okay on your get that wrought. So they'll be found by by telescopes on earth. In fact the one that will probably do the biggest job in discovering interstellar asteroids these restaurants that come from another solar system that will probably there see Ruben Telescope formerly known as the Laotian optic survey tell which be online in Chile in a couple of years. I think that telescope is going to survey the whole sky. The whole southern sky about once a week and so it will be second to at finding asteroids not only near Earth objects that might one day collide with the earth but also things that come from other solar systems so the finding will be done in a routine way and the problem that has been all recognized with the two into Stella visitors that we've had a one as you rightly said was the interstellar asteroid whom you're which I always think of as more like a French breadstick than what you're saying. That's just the way these things go. It's a long thin. That's the bottom line and the other one is a comet bars which is actually has now passed through the solar system but was very exciting at the beginning of the year. The problem with these objects is that they first of all. They're incredibly interesting. Because they're free samples of the you know the construction of debris of the solar systems which is very exciting thing to find a but the problem is that they typically whizzing through the solar system at speeds that make them very difficult to catch So the idea of grabbing one of these and bringing it back as not one that's on the horizon at the moment but what we would like to be able to do is to take a better look at them either by a fly by of one of these objects with the space craft or better still rendezvous where you put a spacecraft into orbit around one of these objects. The problem though is actually setting the scene in order to be able to do that and you know. We felt very impotent. Particularly with Imamura think Elon. Musk trying to drag together enough rocket powered boom to send something chasing after it. But it really wasn't gonNA happen. This thing was herring off at twenty three kilometers per second or something just it was long gone by the time we found out about it. Wasn't it well? It was yes it was passed. Its closest point. That's right so was very much a rearguard action trying to trying to figure out how to censor linked to chase after it so a suggestion has been made that we should be better prepared. And it's been made with sufficient A quality and cogency that the NASA innovative advanced concepts program the N. Ac Program has actually funded research into how we might deal with. This problem and the suggestion is to build and put into orbit around the Sun. something. I love this I. Something's something called. Stay tights or star tight. Solution is your static satellites k. Satellites of the Sun not not not in orbit around the earth. So what you do. Is You build a sayings? You equipped them with light sales which we've talked about before as well and the lights and then send sending out to various strategic points in a ring around the sun effectively how many would have That would depend on the funding and things of that sort but if the light sandals actually active stabilising devices so they basically allow them to hover in the same spot a in the above the solar system if I can put it that way and they would probably also have the capability to detect small objects within past so that they might you know if you're in the outer solar system you might see something that has not yet been picked up by the large telescope of the vigorously Ruben Telescope. So there is a detection capability. So I'm sorry I may DA era when we when we described this a to go so yes finding the part of the deal although I think we still find that most of them are found from vice telescopes anyway. That's that's the first part of it. So you've got these things in a rain but then what you do is you have each one of them. Has its own little fleet of of cubesats and so if something policies reasonably close by you can essentially off cubes out to chase after it an either either do a fly by or do a rendezvous going to surround the object. It's really neat idea. It's you know. A very very clever suggestions led by somebody called Richard Larimer. I think he's nine might be. He's in the department of `aeronautics astronautics the MIT the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. So fantastic stuff on. What a great suggestion. I don't think it's anywhere near being allowed immediate horizon because this is only a like a feasibility study but yeah maybe in a few years We might find that. We've got this report of what somebody has described as solo sailing. Centuries love the alliteration that Yeah that's clever. Yup I it's A. It's a very clever idea. It's probably not a simple task to execute but if they from smaller objects in easy to manufacture That makes them easier to launch and deploy its etcetera and really An opportunity to to learn a hell of a lot about what's happening beyond our solar system was Shum. Let's face it is one of the great mysteries isn't it? I can say but being able to actually observe something. That's come from day that's never sanity would be would be wonderful Exactly just imagine what you know if you think back to remove flew through the inner solar system which was ended. Twenty seventeen hundred abroad is quite a while again was a imagine if we had something light. One of these that was ready for it could launch a cube set to chase after it and or or even intersect it. You know as it leaves the solar system is it doesn't really matter where you intercept it as long as you get close to it and get close enough to to give us some images Rather than our imaginations which runs riot in the case of Amoah Yeah Fabulous in Dade and It probably no truth to the story. I heard that a Moo Moo the fictionally diners the Space Doogie by all the world's leading experts is the reason why there's a toilet paper shortage on earth. That time it'd be it has nothing to do with Town this big thing that they don't you don't need to go to the. Do WE TALK TO ELABORATE. What you need to do that good. Let's say it's a bit of explanation when you're listening to this the conversation to an end doing the classic and that sort of thing so yes Speaking of we're talking about people's catchphrases or Crutch phrases earlier on yours. Fred I now is and the reason. This is in the news at the moment. That's yours. I like adult for every time I've had had come out to law. I kind of light to explain why we took about things. Yes quite often quite often. What we talk about requires a backstory. So we can talk about what's developed. Today's that's that's how it goes so being able to say the reason why that isn't in the news at the moment is well. I'm looking forward to saying that when it comes to cover nineteen reason why that isn't in the news because we defeated it It'll be a long way off that you're listening to the space nuts. Podcast episode two. Oh Two with Andrew Dunkley and Professor Fred Watson. Now let's take a little break and find out more about our sponsor express. Vpn rated number one by tech writer. This is the one I use. I've been using it for a couple years. And I love it when I joined expressive. Ap and now brand new new to the market. But I read a lot of reviews and did a lot of comparisons and it was just something about the business model that I particularly liked and couple is down the track on asleep. 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"three kilometers per second" Discussed on Space Nuts | Astronomy, Space and Science News
"Powered to send something chasing after it but it. It really wasn't GonNa Happen this thing was herring at twenty three kilometers per second or something. Just it was long gone by the time we found out about it, wasn't it well, it was yes, it was passed the. Closest point that's right, so you know that was very much a a rearguard action trying to trying to figure out how to censor linked to China after eight so. A suggestion has been made that we should be better prepared, and it's been made with sufficient a quality and cogency that the NASA innovative advanced concepts program the. AC Program is actually funded research into how might deal with this problem and the suggestion as to build and put into orbit around the Sun. Something of this name. Something's something called. Stay tights tight. Static satellites. K Satellites of the Sun not not not in orbit around the as so what you do, is you bill? They say things. You equipped them with light sales which we've talked about before as well. and. Then then you send them out to various strategic points in a ring around the sunny actively. Don't how many you would have That would depend on the funding and things of that sort. But if the light sale is actually active stabilising devices, so they they, they basically allow them to hovering the same spot A. Above the solar system if I can put it that way. And then would probably also have the capability to detect small objects within past so that they might you know you're in the outer solar system. You might see something that has not yet been picked up by the large synoptic telescope Ruben Telescope. So there is a detection capability so I'm sorry I made era. We spoken when we describe this admitted to go, so yes, finding the best part of the PARTHA deal. Although. I think we'll still find that. Most of them are found from us. Vice telescopes. Anyway, that's that's the first part of it, so you've got these things in a ring, but then what you do is you have each one of them has its own little fleet of of cubesats. And so if something passes reasonably close by, you can essentially launch off a cubes out to chase after it an either. Either do a fly by or do a rendezvous going to be around the the object. It's really neat idea it's. A very very clever A. Suggestion sled by somebody called should. I think he's nine might be. He's in the Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics the MIT the Massachusetts Institute of Technology so fantastic stuff. On. What a great suggestion! I don't think it's anywhere near being remediate horizon, because this is only a like a feasibility study, but yeah, maybe in a few years We might find that we've got this ring of a what somebody has described as Sola sailing centuries love the alliteration that. Yeah. That's clever yeah. It's A. It's very clever idea. It's probably not a simple task to execute, but if they rum smaller objects in easy to manufacture that makes it easier to launch deploy its exit cetera. And and really an opportunity to to learn a hell of a lot about what's happening beyond. Our solar system was Shum. Let's face. It is one of the great mysteries, isn't it? I can see out there, but being able to actually observe something that's come from day to never sanity would be Would be wonderful. Exactly I just imagine what you know if you think back to. Moore flew through the inner solar system, which I was ended twenty seventeen. If I remember wallet, Gay, I was..
Irish authorities reject Trump golf resort's plan to build wall
"The authorities in Ireland have rejected a bid by Donald Trump to build a sea wall around his golf course to protect it from coastal erosion and rising sea levels the team back resulting county class which is owned by Mr trump's company was told the proposed defenses could damage the St Jude habitats the Gulf club wanted to build a twenty metre wide barrier almost three kilometers long to protect the coals from heavy storms and the effects of global warming
The S in USA stands for swindle
"Lipson recently made the leap from Indonesia to America and he's starting to think that the in USA stands for swindle. It was meant to be a simple day out. Hirakata gopher drive have lunch come home but in the United States and certainly here in Washington. Dc nothing is simple. Everything it seems is in fact a swindle. I The hire car online. The quote was about sixty five Australian dollars eminently reasonable so I booked but going in to pick out the keys the price had inexplicably gone up to one hundred fifteen dollars mice double. I had chosen to limit liability for about ten dollars but the Matt's still didn't add up. This is life in America where the price never the price taxes fees and surcharges and never included in the quoted price. Even when you ask what you need to pay for Sandwich or concert ticket or phone plan your told one price and then watch the cash register magically throw up an extra ten or twenty percent and to be clear. This is before the much maligned cheap. Anyway I booked the car. It was a Friday afternoon and the Hayek Office was about to close for some reason. It was open every day until seven pm except Fridays when I closed up shop at five so I asked if I could prepay for an additional hour or two on Saturday since returning the car by four thirty in the afternoon would limit our options for such saying. I was told that would incur. Another one hundred fifteen dollars even for a few extra minutes a full day's charge of course that's why the office shuts at five on Fridays. They know people are more likely to book an extra day or get distracted a winery and perhaps missed the deadline. Like we almost did so to swindles before. I even put the key in the ignition. We drove to hop ferry and historic town. Where in eighteen fifty nine abolitionist John Brown through gasoline on the flames of civil war by instigating a revolt by armed slaves. We set the map to the visitor's center and just before we arrived Lo and behold a toll booth. It was thirty dollars to drive onto the side told myself well. We pay for National Parks in Australia. So I suppose it's reasonable. He will give him some great assistance by a real American Park Ranger in a real smokybear style hat. He very helpfully pointed out shuttle bus. That would take us to the side but as we shuttle past the toll booth and down the road to town. I realized this was the same road. We'd just driven on anyone. In the know had just driven straight to town and avoided the thirty dollar fee swindled number three felt even worse because smokey. The Bay was the culprit. We bought some hot dogs for lunch and then with tip paid double what the number on the chalkboard suggested then eventually got shuttle bus back to the car and headed for home since we had a bit of time pass leave. I thought why don't take the scenic. Route turned off the freeway but they once again and other toll booth scenic route was in fact a toll road no warning sign of a fee ahead no way to reverse out turnaround just slot for our credit card. Another nine dollars enough to three kilometers and other toll booth and other credit card slot and another six dollars as a straight talking strengthen. It's hard not to get upset at these constant traps here in the United States. After my time in Indonesia wrongly concluded it was the Bali's street Hawker had to keep your eye on it turns out it's the overly polite American. That's the biggest threat to your wallet. I guess it's the logical conclusion of capitalism running rampant combined with undefended social services like national parks and roads. Even smokey the bear has had to become. Shall we say street smart to keep honey on the table? It seems you have to be shock just to get by. Gold knows how someone who struggles with English or numbers would cope. Maybe they don't and it makes a little more sense to me. How the nation's most famous shock a dealmaker who repeatedly dotted contractors secured? Hundreds of millions of dollars in questionable tax breaks and delivered subpar apartments to customers could be revived by his supporters as a very stable genius
Poland hit by bird flu outbreak on turkey farms
"In Turkey authorities in Poland say bird flu has been detected in the eastern part of the country and be as rob and pears rob Schmitz reports local authorities and liver task a county said in a press release that the virus detected as a sub type of the highly pathogenic H. five N. eight avian flu that can also threaten people Poland Europe's largest poultry producer has not had an outbreak of bird flu since twenty seventeen the president of the country's association of breeders and poultry producers says three farms might be affected with up to three and fifty thousand birds at risk in a three kilometer
Poland hit by bird flu outbreak on turkey farms
"In Poland report. That bird flu has been detected and Turkeys in the eastern part of that country. NPR's Rob Schmitz reports Holand Europe's largest poultry producer. Sure as not had an outbreak of bird flu since two thousand seventeen. The president of the country's Association of breeders and Poultry Producers says three farms might be affected with up to three hundred and fifty thousand birds at risk in a three kilometer radius local media reporting that the outbreak could require up to forty thousand birds to be slaughtered local authorities and Lubar townscape county said in a press release at the virus detected is a subtype of the highly pathogenic h five n eight. Avian flu can also threaten people Polish authorities. You say crisis meetings have been held while local. TV showed police cars blocking a road in the area.
Poland hit by bird flu outbreak on turkey farms
"Authorities in Poland reported bird flu has been detected in Turkey is in the eastern part of that country and peers rob Schmitz reports Poland Europe's largest poultry producer has not had an outbreak of bird flu since twenty seventeen the president of the country's association of breeders and poultry producers says three farms might be affected with up to three hundred and fifty thousand birds at risk in a three kilometer radius local media reporting that the outbreak could require to forty thousand birds to be slaughtered local authorities in the bar tells the county said in a press release of the virus detected as a sub type of the highly pathogenic H. five N. eight avian flu I can also threaten people Polish authorities say crisis meetings have been held while local TV showed police cars blocking a road in
"three kilometers per second" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary
"Sixty is the tenth nearest multiple star system to the sun and it's getting closer every year Kruger Sixty has about twenty seven percent of the sun's mass at about thirty five percent of the solar radius while it's binary pan that Kruger sixty is a somewhat smaller star with eighteen percent of the sun's mass in twenty four percent of its radius the new study by the Polish Academy of Science's model the motion of to I Borisov as well as the sun and six hundred and forty seven other stellar systems from the list of potential Gravitational Thurbers of commentary motion they found that about it in years ago to I would have been in the neighborhood of Kruger sixty at a distance of about five point seven light is and having an extremely small relative velocity of just three like four three kilometers per second and that suggests that may well have originated from the system Borisov into Dow solar system from the direction of Cassiopeia near its with perseus direction indicates that it originated from the galactic plane rather than the Galactic Halo as seen from Earth borough civil been our northern skies until in its closest approach to the sun under similar the eighth neither me asteroid built it'll make it's close to us in late December passing some three hundred million kilometers from Earth Lynn leave our solar system in the direction of telescope him unlike out first night interstellar visitor Maomao which had an Asteroidal Appearance Borg's nations suggest the presence of a calmer around the body indicating a cloud of dust and gas which is why it's being classified as a comet versus estimated to be somewhere between one point four and six point six kilometers in diameter although that will probably be firmed up as it gets close to us you're listening to space time with Gary the twenty nine thousand nine Nobel Prize for physics has been awarded namespace Michael Mayer and Culas People's was awarded the prize for his theoretical research which forms the foundations of scientists understanding of the urgency the universe you see hey predicted the existence of the cosmic microwave background radiation the now faint after glow of the Big Bang the temperature just two points seven degrees above absolute zero this ancient radiation which bathes the entire universe was created just three hundred eighty thousand years after the birth of the cosmos thirteen point eight two billion years ago that's when the universe had cooled down enough for protons and electrons combined for the first time creating the first uh-huh and that allowed photons they traveled through space for the first time on a combat peebles who is able to interpret these traces from the infancy of the universe and discover new go processes the results showed us a universe in which just five percent of its total content he's known the matter which constitutes the stars planets trees houses cars dogs cats and people the risks of ninety five percent remains unknown dark matter and dark energy dark because they remain a mystery to science today people's work as helped science better understand the universe mayor and kilos were awarded the Nobel prize for their discovery the first exit planet Passy fifty-one be ordering some extent they were able to detect the ever says slight wobbles in the staff position caused by the gravitational pull of the Chipper is planet orbiting that star it's another use of the doppler method we discussed earlier in the show since the historic discovery more than four thousand confirmed exit plan it's now been discovered orbiting stars other than the sun the nearest orbiting Proxima Centauri the nearest out of the sun just four point two three light years away the work of mayor and Eli is paved the way for feature discoveries which might one day eventually include planets hopping life all the Nobel Prize for chemistry has been awarded to John enough Stanley Whittingham and a curious she know for their work in the development of the Lithium Ion Battery Lithium batteries power many of the world's portable electronic devices is when lithium ion batteries charge the lithium ions and electrons move from the positive electrode to the negative electrode and win the batteries discharging the opposite opens and the flow of electrons power device Whittingham created the first functional lithium battery in the nineteen seventies using titanium Di Sulfide Cathode and lithium-ion title Anna but the problem is the Lithium Metal Anna made it explosive and unsafe then in the one thousand nine hundred eighty s good enough replace the metal sulfide with a COUPLA oxide NFL doubling the voltage but still retaining that lithium metal and owed finally ishita replaced the lithium metal and with a carbon based petroleum coke leading to the I commercial lithium ion batteries in one thousand nine hundred ninety one and the Nobel prize in physiology or medicine that's being awarded to William Calin pay directly I'm Greg Semenzato for their research how living cells since an adept to oxygen availability oxygen sensing is important for cell metabolism allowing the production of red blood tells you blood vessels it's also important for the immune system and plays a key role in diseases such as a name Aaron cancer the research will help scientists better understand how tables effect so reactions and drugs that can activate a block oxygen cincy mechanisms could be useful in treating cancer or other illnesses then the major science awards in the twenty nine Neville prizes a Russian Soyuz absolute return safely to Earth landing on the windswept Kazahkstan step following a two hundred and three day mission to the International Space Station the main engine activation that burn is underway for kept them on a three to nineteen the orbit burns complete and nominal perfect Deorbit Burn Nick Hagen Alexi of Chinon heading home completing an Odyssey see that began almost a year ago with a launch of board from the bike cosmodrome in Kazakhstan culminating with a two hundred three day mission on board the orbital outpost at the international space station al-Mansouri completing a path finding mission for the United Arab Emirates touchdown in Kazakhstan on a desolate step to the south east of the town of Jessica's gone now forty eight minutes from now the crew heading home soon to drop out of orbit for its high speed entry back into the earth's atmosphere the upper portion of the vehicle the orbital module that's the bulbous section at the very top of the Soyuz is been depressurized setting the stage for the pyrotechnic separation of the three sections of the Soyuz coming up at five thirty four am central time had the landing site preparations are underway for the arrival of the Soyuz Twelve in the three crew members there are a dozen Russian M I eight helicopters part of the Euro Salvia search and recovery forces NASA personnel on board that are airborne taken off several minutes ago from the Airfield Jessica's gone for the landing site some ninety two miles to the South East of Jessica's gone an Antonio off fixed wing aircraft will be serving as a flying command and control vehicle basically a command and control relay center that will enable voice and talent a tree from the Soyuz to be related to the Russian flight control team in the Russian flight control room in carly off this is mission control Houston just to recap the Soyuz MS twelve is in the process of departing from its orbit having completed a four minute forty-two second deorbit burn retrograde firing of its main engine slow its velocity down to the point where the tug of Earth's gravity will pull it back into the Earth's atmosphere touchdown is expected just under forty minutes from now landing site to the southeast of jazz gone on a remote step desolate area of Kazakhstan for Soyuz vehicles will typically land these days expedition sixty one underway aboard the International Space Station under the command of European Space Agency astronaut Luke apartment Tano joined by Russian cosmonauts Alexander Fort softened Alexandra Polka and NASA astronauts drew Morgan Jessica Mirror and Kristina Cook. This is about to the point where the Soyuz is too far away from the international bay station for the geometry of antennas on the vehicles to maintain VHF voice communications This is totally expected and is common for a Soyuz percent or communications may be lost altogether or very best would become choppy until it approaches the landing site reestablishes communications through the Antonoff command and control flying aircraft the next major event is the pyrotechnic separation of the three sections of the Soyuz scheduled at five thirty four. AM central time that will followed just four minutes later by the vehicle entering into the plasma regime in which temperatures around the Soyuz will build to about twenty five hundred degrees Fahrenheit its heat shield blading and repelling that build up of plasma around the vehicle once the vehicle exits the plasma regime at about five forty three am central time we at that point we'll be about two minutes away from the command to open up parachutes the Russian search and recovery forces or fanned out across the area Russian Mia helicopters are airborne headed for the landing site Russian personnel some of which are already into the senator of the landing site poised for the euro level of the Soyuz vehicle under its main parachute and the touchdown and the end of this mission for Alexei of tune in and Nick Egg and Huzzah Ali Almond sorry and there's I view of the Soyuz MS twelve under its main parachute the venting valves have an open to vent hydrogen peroxide fuel for the entry control thrusters and oxygen and the Life Support System tank this is a combination of hydrogen peroxide and oxygen escaping into the atmosphere to save the Soyuz spacecraft for landing so that no I gases remain in the vehicles tanks when the soft landing engines fire a few seconds before touchdown this is a normal occurrence at an altitude of some eighteen thousand and feet touchdown.
News in Brief 25 September 2019
"This is the news in brief from the United Nations fighting in Libya is spreading on the capital Tripoli and contributing to widespread lawlessness war crimes and a humanitarian -tarian crisis the UN's top human rights forum has heard addressing the Human Rights Council on Wednesday Deputy High Commissioner for Human Rights. Kate Gilmore said that today the people people of Libya fear a return to a full scale civil war the situation in the country deteriorated in April when offensive to take Tripoli was launched by forces of these self stalled Libyan National Army under the command of General Kelly for after the result has been the deaths of at least two hundred eight thousand civilians and hundreds more injured Miss Gilmore said with more than three hundred thousand persons internally displaced while another four hundred thousand live within one two three kilometers from the clashes in Tripoli also at the Human Rights Council so Kazan Salami the head of the UN mission in Libya and smell said that widespread violations of the arms embargo by external actors had made things worse the current conflict conflict has now spread outside of the Capitol was the air and drone strikes launched against the strata sedan it also sparked the Michael Conflict and the city of Mozell in southern Libya where does the over one hundred civilians with killed over the bus to wants breath as secretary general recently warned the conflict risks escalating into full blown war together with the UN Human Rights Office this Mr Salami the Human Rights Council to establish an investigative mechanism to promote accountability in Libya the wells oceans and frozen spaces have been taking the heat for global warming for decades climate experts said on Wednesday in an appeal for urgent measures to tackle rising sea levels and melting blasio's ACEA is sheets and permafrost the experts from the Intergovernmental Panel on climate change warned that without a radical change in human behavior hundreds of millions of people could suffer more frequent natural disasters and food shortages according to their special report six hundred seventy million people who live in the world's high mountain regions and around the same same number in low lying coastal zones depend directly on the planet's oceans and frozen resources in addition for million people live permanently in the Arctic region and Small Island Developing States are home to sixty five million people without major investment in adaptation these low-lying zones would be exposed to escalating flood risks and some island nations are likely to become uninhabitable the IPC report insists it notes that in Europe Eastern Africa the tropical Andes and Indonesia smaller BLASIO's are projected to lose more than eighty percent of their current ice mass by twenty one hundred under worst emissions scenarios. This is likely to increase hazards for people for example through landslides avalanches rockfalls and floods in addition to problems for farmers and hydroelectric power producers downstream and finally a new generation of global commerce. Hamas and finance deals is needed to help poor countries grow without them having to resort to high polluting energy sources the UN trade and development agency UNCTAD said on Wednesday stay in a call for a green new deal for the world's economy in reference to the measures introduced in the United States during the Great Depression to boost growth UNCTAD maintained that what is needed is a clean break from current sturdy measures. UN Sustainable Development Goals can be achieved UNCTAD beliefs but it is going to require governments investing around one point seven a billion dollars a year in low mission policies that is around one third of what is currently spent on fossil fuel subsidies the agency noted adding that these strategy could generate at at least one hundred and seventy million jobs and resulting cleaner industrialization in the Global South Daniel Johnson U._N. News.
Brian, Hong Kong And Baxter discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia
"Brian will in the eight the weekend of Hong Kong process demonstrations of schooling to it in a much harder for police to control it Baxter's coming all the local news in the Bloomberg nine sixty San Francisco newsroom at yeah that's exactly right Julie at the protest over the weekend range from city center to airport to violent clashes in your sure one says Lieser using tear gas but are also using rubber bullets Byron yesterday yeah some were set at the same time Bloomberg's David to eat in city centers one thing it seems to be clear these protests are becoming more splintered yesterday of the protest movement moved off some of them to Coles way bay which is about three kilometers along here for more understanding the protest movement is becoming much more fragmented much much more difficult for the police to handle and China's ambassador to the U. an office in Geneva transfused says it cannot any longer be tolerated those attacks on the government this is actually so violence our task on the local government in vegetative parties I totally polluted cannot so interrelated now the protesters are not acting as a democratic form of government he says and Bloomberg said tweet is reporting that Beijing is schedule to make its first public comment as a news briefing at three o'clock this afternoon in
Soyuz launches new crew to space station
"African swine fever hit a hog farm in northeast bold Garia yesterday all pigs on the farm seventeen thousand will be called and all home raise pigs in a three kilometer quarantine zone established around the farm might also be called African swine fever just keeps on keeping
Trump abandons effort to include citizenship question on census
"Welcome back for those just joining us we had an earthquake overnight he just before three AM so we are in some early coverage for you bill still from the university of Washington seismology lab is joining us now live on the phone and bill what you know so far what is the size allowed tracking there this morning well about two fifty one AM we had a magnitude four point six earthquake that occurred to him your average Marysville and it was mid crustal about two twenty two point three kilometers and it was felt everywhere from Vancouver BC down to Olympia Washington this is far away actually shocked about and with that she on the east side so it was felt pretty strongly in the strongest intensity it is about intensity five that was experienced more hold and bill so far we have had at least two after shocks can we expect more this morning there will be more in fact we're in the process of processing some of those smaller one so there's a bit of catching up to do after an earthquake like this would be smaller to process them but their we're working on that you'll see those through the night and all four point six what level of damage does that cause or what can people expect to see around their house what do we need to know about that that number well when you get up around them and live five modified Mercalli scale of five you experience moderate shaking I mean but certainly you definitely know things are shaking something that might be teetering on a shelf life fall over but we wouldn't expect a structural damage really when you get up around the intensity seven MM you seven you start seeing some structural damage to the weaker structures in bill you talked about the depth of this earthquake in a lot of people talk about in the squalid cake that quake back in two thousand one was about one thirty miles deep and that caused damage just kind of talk about what is the importance of the depth of the earthquake in and how much we feel it what what what how does that play a role in in an earthquake it's a great question when you get down in the deeper in the crust of the energy doesn't dissipate rapidly when it's down deep but when you get up near the surface the the they're more faults and cracks in the credits that will kind of break up it dissipates some of the energy so it doesn't travel as far let's why we we we see from British Columbia you know all the way down it will it be out to win actually people feeling this earthquake in part because it was a little bit deeper if it was shallower he would feel it more intensely where you're standing near the fall but we wouldn't spread out as far and bill and I hope that does that does is this could be a sign of things to calm I know we always talk about it's not a matter of if but yeah right and well you know we've been very lucky we haven't had magnitude five earthquakes for a number of years she made definitely each of that size and larger our in our future there is a very small chance and it's a very small one but that when you have an earthquake sequence like this going on that you may end up triggering a larger earthquake and then this magnitude four six becomes a four shot to that larger he planned but that's a pretty rare occurrence but it does happen okay thank you very much bill still join in this early this morning from the Pacific cut the northwest a seismic network once again a four point six earthquake hitting around two fifty one this morning centered around the three lakes area started as a four point seven on a four point four and then once again upgraded back up to four point six so for a couple of aftershocks and bill telling us in warning us that expected feel more after shocks coming this morning yeah and really being felt all over from Vancouver BC to Olympia Washington that all the way east even to yeah come on and not Wenatchee area so really a wide ranging feel of this earthquake but you know what the bill also mention that when it comes to intensity you know we'll see some shaking it maybe a few things falling over at that level five intensity but it's really not so intensely seven when things start causing major problems with structural damage the definitely jolting a lot of people up this morning good morning to be prepared because once again they say it's not there but when the big
How Do Spaghetti Plots Help Predict Storms?
"Today's episode is brought to you by the podcast food three sixty postmark murphy's celebrity chef and restaurant tour with help from his friends the restaurant industry takes a three sixty look at the world of food history science and culture tune into food three sixty with new episodes every friday listen and subscribe on apple podcasts i heart radio app or wherever you get your podcast welcome to brain stuff the production of i heart radio hey brain stuff lauren vogel bomb here as they lead the hurricane season began on june first twenty nineteen and runs through november thirtieth the national oceanic and atmospheric association predicted a range of between nine and fifteen storms will be big enough to merit names that is storms wins thirty nine miles per our about sixty three kilometers per hour or higher forty eight of these were predicted to become hurricanes into four of those were forecast becoming a major hurricanes in category three four or five that is with sustained winds of hundred eleven miles per hour or a hundred and seventy nine kilometers per hour or higher those categories are from the severe simpson hurricane windscale which explains the severity of damage the combi expected from each hurricane category based on the winds ability to collapse rubes walls trees in power infrastructure at different speeds the aid in forecasting efforts meteorologist utilize visualizations called spaghetti models also sometimes zona spaghetti plots to lay person spaghetti models looked like well a bunch of spaghetti strands thrown against the wall in reality though spaghetti pots are method of combining information from a variety of predictive models onto one map to come up with a picture of hurricanes potential track we spoke with daniel j leathers professor and director of meteorology in primatology program at the university of delaware he also serves of delaware state crime matala just an essay co director of the delaware environmental observing serving system he explained each model that's used predict hurricane pats end in many cases intensity have that path plotted on a map oh spaghetti pot does is take the results from all of these models and plot all of them on the same map understand why spaghetti pots are important you have to understand that there are a whole bunch of different modeling methods that are used track hurricanes and like presidential election polls were example they dumped all produce the same results the object of creating such a map according to leathers is just see the extent to which all the different models agree he said well when the pats are very similar to one another this means that all the models are agreeing to a large extent about the future path of the storm in contrast iffy individual parts are all over the place quote then that says there is great uncertainty in the models about where the storm will move in the future spaghetti pots are way of seeing all of the model result at one time not relying on just one model fair forecast they're very helpful in convened a certainty or uncertainty of a forecast the lines on the chart indicate the different paths protected by various models which have varying degrees of reliability leathers said the models including dynamical models using the physics of atmosphere statistical models and in some cases analog models to predict becoming movement of an individual storm these models come from meter a logical organizations from all across the globe places like the national weather service the british met office universities and so on some models are certainly thought to be better than others they are very different and how they make predictions and then what their best at so what if any useful information can lay people get from looking at spaghetti pots leathers explains the most useful information is be certainty of the forecast again if all the apps are very similar the forecast certainty is high if the pastor very different the certainty is low it there's a great spread in the forecast tracks then that shows at the models are not doing a great job as a sweet in figuring out where this particular storm is likely to move in the future some hurricane models can be run in a few seconds on ordinary computer while others may require hours of calculation by a supercomputer spaghetti models have changed subtly over the years as computing power has improved end researchers have tweak their models based on need great volumes of datta we humans have been able together thanks to computers leathers says they approached the bald as more and more hurricane models are run in real time in technology has allowed for putting these models together into a spaghetti plot in a timely manner he predicts the number bottled in their sophistication is likely to continue to grow in the years ahead of today's episode where is it by patrick j tiger and produced by tyler clang bring the production of i heart radio has stuff where promoting this month of 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Apple Communication App Works Without a Cellular Network
"New messaging app doesn't even need wifi or even cell service to send receive messages. Now you might be wondering to yourself, what new newfangled technology could possibly exist to explain this. It's not new. I've known about it for quite a while now in addition to showing off the world's first phone with a camera under the screen at 'em. WC twenty nineteen in Shanghai APO unveiled a unexpected smartphone feature, especially for a smartphone maker from China. It's called mesh talk and as a name, hints. It lets you connect to other phones around you there's no need for wifi bluetooth, or cell service to get the job done networks, over distances of up to three kilometers, or one point eight six miles. Now, this nifty, new technology could help you communicate with others in all sorts of instances, where regular service is available now for those wondering mesh talk isn't a new concept as chat apps exists that delivered the same type of Chad experience. There are even devices that. You talk and text on any smartphone without WI fi, or cell connection. However, Apple's app will be built right into its Android devices, which means you'll have access to mesh communication. Right. Out of the box in includes text voice messages, and regular phone calls at times. We encounter extreme situations where there is no network coverage at all, for example, when you just drive at an airport in a foreign country or when you take an off road trip or tend to concert football, match or exhibition apple said in a press release via venture beat this tech offers a solution to such scenarios in which other network. Connections are unavailable or frankly bogged down. So finally, we have an answer. Now, now, you guys, I think after hearing that statement you could probably understand a little bit more, why this kind of seems cool. Mesh talk could be useful during natural disasters or to connect people living in remote places. Sure. But you might also want to use this particular type of tech when while say impressive regime turns off access to the internet during episodes of public. Unrest, or where government tries to forcefully shut down in corrupted app. That's used by demonstrators. So jazz unfortunately, what happened in Hong Kong. That's why surprising to see why a Chinese smartphone maker unveil this particular type of chat apple might not be in the best interest of the Chinese government. That said it's unclear how secure mesh talk app is compared to end to end encrypted services that require internet access, or how well it protects the user's privacy, but remains to be seen, but outside of that, pretty pretty impressive.
"three kilometers per second" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"KFI AM six hour live here on Memorial Day. Interesting facts about Mount Everest. Evers may have suddenly changed height. Interesting here. We're not sure yet. But Mount Everest may have shrunk a little or grown a little and both a thority, Nepal. And in an Indian authorities are investigating according to a surveyor, they will send an expedition to the highest peak on earth to double check. Whether it's lost or gained even a little bit of elevations, as a consequent consequence of recent tectonic activity in the region. Earthquakes. And they're not sure whether it, it is. Grown or shrunk a few centimeters. Currently Everest is thought to be twenty nine thousand twenty eight feet above sea level. And that could be a few centimeters off. Wait, how do how do mountain suddenly change, height well apart from being slowly eroded from the top down? It's also from powerful earthquakes. There was a devastating earthquake in April of twenty fifteen registering, seven point eight and within forty five seconds. They had a, a thrust, slipping fault in the line of question in, in, in question here and moved eastwards, add three kilometers per second. So some people say could have actually roughly shrunk or grown thirty or forty centimeters just not one earthquake that's wild. But Mount Everest, I believe the Matterhorn is based on Mount Everest, isn't that of, of the Matterhorn, or maybe it's based on the actual mountain called the better one it's possible as well. Oh, there's. Yeah. Is that but it is modeled after the Matterhorn now tend to me out on the board of Italy, I see well, we tried to know it is the first known tubular steel continuous track rollercoaster really a lot of first Disneyland. If you wanna see some pretty unusual pictures, look, dead people on Mount Everest, and images and Google and they're all right there. Bam. There's people sitting up this guy looked like he's just sleeping. He sitting up though. Any sleeping literally has his hands. He's sitting on the ground is hands or arms or on his knees and he probably has five or six thousand dollars worth of Whitman on him, and nobody steals it. Let me take, I guess, how to respect. Yeah, I guess, right fishes through his wallet. But you've by that point, you've already spent all that money and you can't afford to take any more gear. Yeah. I guess, and there's one the Canadian guy evidently, they a Canadian flag over him. He just been sitting there for ten years. But that's that's a real tough sport. Man. There's no other sports where you walk by dead guys that tried to do what you're doing right now. You know, or you'd never do it. Like if you went out surfing, and you had to walk by seventeen dead surfers, on the beach to get out to the waves be like, oh, what am I doing here? Never do it. But in Mount Everest ma'am, people go for, and they spent a lot of money to do it. You cannot be poor and climb Mount Everest, nineteen Eighty-four, two Nepalese climbers tried to recover the body of another climber. They died while trying to recover the body. Oh, that's horrible. The way to go. I was already dead guy frozen in position with his head up off the ice. And he's all bleach because of the sun, the sun is out quite often on mount ever since just bleaches you. Yeah. And so everybody, no matter if you're black, Hispanic Asian, whatever everybody looks, very, very white up there. What kapiti? Oh, there's a photo of the green boots that one clamor still has on his body under some rocks. It's become a landmark on the main northeast ridge route wouldn't that freak you out. I mean, I think I think by the time you get there, you, you know, you've, you've already accepted that you're going to see some bodies look, these guys did it back in the fifties and sixties without any oxygen without without certainly not the equipment, we have today. Yeah, I imagine there weren't even sherpas back then they just did it on their own. That's incredible. You know, these guys today with the oxygen and the boots with the steel steel cleats on the bottom of these boots. I imagine. That's why there's seven hundred people waiting in line to get up there. George Mallory nineteen twenty four I guy, I think he's the first, let's see. I think he is credited with, with the first, but he died in a possible ice axe injury following a fall, this is nineteen twenty four his body was found until nineteen ninety one. Wow. That's incredible. There wasn't as so after George Mallory, and Andrew Irvine died in a fall with I think they're they're to guides. People didn't try again, there was another death for another ten years, probably because nobody try it again for another ten years. I remember being at a at a Hala weaned party years ago, and there's a guy in hiking boots and a big jacket and he put, you know, white Oliver's face white is hair going is dead guy on Mount Everest pretty cool. Guys got a sense of humor or sick or something something's going on with it. He's got some life at him though. Right. He's going for it was that you. It was not me. Okay. And even know the guy was that they party, Mike. Hey, what are you a day guy amount ever is like, okay? Be over here. Freaky guys a little freaked out, but the freaky. Here's another one who's head and armor, just sticking out of the snow. It's everything is covered except his head sees teeth. His skull is half gone and his hand is sticking out. Wow. And you got to walk by that guy to get to the top of Mount Everest. Oh, there's, there's one. I don't know if you've seen it. But like I don't think he has his left hand. He's like face down. Yeah, that's looking at oh. And again just staring at him. Wow. That's I don't see the guys staring at him. Well, there's another picture of a guy next to him looking at him. Like, wow, this guy's tried to do what I'm doing. And he's dead. It make hundreds of people hundreds of bodies up there, and the trash and trash up there. Oh, yeah. Oh, there's, there's so much trash. Up. That's they clean it up. But again, you don't want to as you're scaling right anymore, weight. And so there are times to there are expedite to clean up as much trash as they can in the safer zones. But then, you know it's pack in pack out. But if you're thinking survival, you're just leaving whatever you can't get the heck out of there at the higher elevations. Do you have any desire to do that? Not everest. No. I I've done a few mountains here and there. But not real does. I did. I don't know then Sinoe. No. What was what's the one? Oh my Whitney. Yes, you did not win. Yes, yes, I took a gone dole at mammoth, the counts that counts did Grand Canyon also down and up in a day that was an experience and donkeys. Are you walk just walked? Freak you out because they're on a very small path. No. Thank you. And that don't wanna nieces or he just says he's done and you're done. Do not want to go where they go. That's crazy relied on KFI bent. Get real quick fam- odyssey cruises up their game. If you're thinking about maybe a romantic night out with your lava, or maybe you just want to go ahead and enjoy the beautiful scenery of DC..
"three kilometers per second" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary
"Used as cosmic mall post, Marcus before the Hubble space telescope was launched in nineteen ninety estimates for the Hubble constant varied by factor of two in the late nineteen nineties the Hubble space telescopes key project. I'm extra galactic distance scale refined, the value of the Hubble constant to within ten percent in the process accomplishing one of the telescopes K goals, then in two thousand sixteen astronomers using Hubble discovered that the universe was expanding between five and nine percent faster than was previously calculated. They're refining measurements reduced the hobbled confidence level of uncertainty to just two point four percent. The following the twenty seventeen and independent measurement supported these results. Now this latest research has reduced the uncertainty in they Hubble constant value. To an unprecedented one point nine percent. So you can see they're really targeting in on what this measurement of the expansion of the universe. Really is the residuals of suggests that the likelihood that this discrepancy between measurements of today's expansion right of the universe and the expected value based on the early universe's expansion is a fluke is just one in one hundred thousand a significant improvement on previous estimates last year of one in three thousand the studies later with Adam race from the Space Telescope Science institute in Baltimore, Maryland. And Johns Hopkins University says this hobbled tension between the early and late universe may be the most exciting development and cosmology in decades. Hey, says the mismatch has been growing, and is now a rich the point that is really impossible to dismiss simply fluke as the team's measurements have become more and more precise. The calculations of Hubble constant have remained inconsistent with expected value derived from observations of the versus expansion made. By the European Space Agency's planks set. Delight planks measurements met a remnant afterglow the big bang nuns. The cosmic microwave background radiation, which hopes side is pretty tally universe would likely of evolved into the expansion rate. Astronomers can mishit today on you twenty nine teen is for the Hubble constant is seventy four point zero three kilometers per second. Pig Pasig, what all that means is that every three point three million lie is further away galaxies from us it appears to be moving away from us at seventy four kilometers per second faster, simply as a result of the expansion of the universe. The number indicates that the universe is. Now expanding at a rate some nine percent faster than that implied by the plank observations the early universe which gave a value for the Hubble constant of sixty seven point four kilometers per second per mega Pasig to rich their conclusions. Recent colleagues analyze the lot from some seventy variables in the lodge, Mitchell, any cloud because the stars old brighten and dim it. Pre people rates. And the periods for these variations give scientists their luminosity and hence they distance. Astronomers use them as cosmic mile posts recess team is that observing technique known as drift and sift tripton sift uses Hubble as a point and shoot camera. Noted a snap. Quick images of bright stars this avoids the more time consuming step of anchoring the telescope with. God's does in the route to observe eight star independently the results were then combined with independent observations made by collaboration between astronomers from institutions in Europe Chile in the United States to measure the distance the lodge match. Linnet cloud by observing the dimming of light has one-stop passes in front of its partner star in a binary star system because Cosmo let's go model suggests that observed values for the expansion of the universe should be the same as those determined by the cosmic microwave background new physics may will be needed in order to explain this disparity various scenarios, which we've covered previously on space time and on its predecessor staff stuff have been proposed to explain this script. Consi? But as yet this still be no conclusive answer. One idea. Is that invisible form of matter? None is dark matter which may be interacting more strongly with normal matter than astronomers previously thought or perhaps stock energies, the key is unknown form of energy that seems to pervade the entire universe may be responsible for this accelerating expansion of the cosmos, either way our role understanding of the ultimate fate of the universe. Depends on a better understanding of the Hubble constant. I'm Stewart Gary this is space time. And Tom now to take a brief look at some of the other stories making news inside this week with a science report climate change is now threatening the woods doomsday vault, which houses one of the planet's largest, Sade banks the foul Bhatt global Sade volt was opened in February two thousand and eight by the Norwegian government as the ultimate failsafe for the by diversity of earth crops. It's luck headed on the atoms. Foul Bod just down the road from the northernmost town in the world. Northern temperatures in the Arctic environment on the island with the main reason for its construction, however worsening global warming brought about by these the fossil fuels has now placed the facility peril because the polar region where it's located is warming faster than any other area of the planet. That's because the Arctic is less able to reflect sunlight away from the policies to to the disappearing ice snow cover the world's second. Largest colony of emperor penguins has been almost wiped out with thousands of shakes drowning after they call any was hit by unusually severe. Weather reports by the British Antarctic survey say the penguins Halley bay colony on an octopus with ill. See I shape has been destroyed wiping at up to nine percent of the woods entire emperor penguin population. Scientists warned that the surviving. Adult birds are showing no signs of reestablishing the population. Meanwhile, a new study is found that extreme ocean wins in wave heights are increasing around the globe with the largest rise occurring in the Southern Ocean. The study by the university of Melbourne compared measurements for more than eighty boys. Deployed worldwide the findings reported in the journal science represent the largest and most detailed that set of its type ever compiled. The Fabella a small burn in the tendon behind the name, which was once rare in humans is becoming more and more common. The study by scientists from Imperial College London is found that between nineteen eighteen and twenty eighteen the rate of flow, Bella occurrence. Yes, that's the right way. The rate of occurrence in humans as increased more than three fold. They found that fulfill were present in eleven point tip is in the woods population back in nineteen eighteen but by twenty eighteen that had grown to some thirty nine percent. The highest rates reported PDBN Australians and people from Asia while the lowest rates occur in Europeans and South Americans. Having a flotilla is considered a normal variant in human anatomy. He grows in attendant of muscle, though. Its exact function is unknown. Scientists think it may help reduce friction within tendons or possibly reducing or even increasing muscle forces. The familiar is more common in non human mammals suggesting a role in locomotion. Having Favila does have its drawbacks pap- with osteo? Rightous around the at twice as likely to have one best to exactly why this tiny bone is making a comeback. Scientists simply don't know speculation is that it could lie. Embiid and nutrition as the greatest increases tend to parallel increases nutrition in those countries. Paleontologists have on and you Spacey's of Hedera so dinosaur among Gola a report in the journal, plus one claims the complete skeletal remains of the new species which began Gobi hydros, fills the gap. In science is understanding the evolution of hydrogen does which were the Dullard herbivores of the late Cretaceous period between sixty six and one hundred million years ago, cutting intelligence say the remains fan of the dig site include a three meter skeleton that doesn't quite fit the family had your Sereda. But which is a very close cousin making it. The first dinosaur known from complete remains from the late Cretaceous of central Asia. There are a few more Eva lax than those of the racists and bigots who deny the holocaust, the motor of more than six million Jews a million Ramani, and tens of thousands of gay men, all of whom were persecuted tortured and killed by the Nazis, and they willing puppets during World War Two simply because of the genetic heritage. Of course, these history revision it spewing out there. Lies and cherry picked half truths for racist, or political propaganda voice been there. But in the age of social media and identity politics, it's become a growing problem, and how many or modern day political figures, can you think of busily rewriting their own actions to give themselves better posture in history. Now, let's be clear we are not talking about legitimate, researchers seeking truth in stark on archaeological Rickard subject to accepted scientific peer review process. We're talking about those who would deliberately arrays the truth substituting it with their own twisted narrative. A may the fifteenth Perth skeptics will be holding. Pump meeting at the Vic hotel to twenty-six hatred. Subiakto? They'll be looking at holocaust denial one aspect of history. Revisionism Tim Mendham from a strand skeptics joins us. Now. Look at the motives behind history. Revisionism right. Susan, it's fear ISM. It's fear of governments fear of its people a lot politics. I dare say racism might be one of them. But I mean rewriting history has been around for a long time, and creating history, you only need to look at the study historial graffiti, which is the study of writing history to realize that people have been been manipulating what's been supposedly happened to the Ryan aims, the holocaust. And all tonight was one thing that goes also sitting in the skeptical will specifically psychics often rewrite history, they claim to have actually made a prediction of at a certain event classic things. You know, assassination of Kennedy and all sorts of stuff like that. When you fact, I haven't and you look back at what I did say and very few people do that. But escapes me completely because they Spoilsports skip these guy back and check the claims and often you find out that it's not quite as accurate as. People have said scientists psychics say they help police and find a buddy or solve a murder etcetera. When you actually look with most of the times, they've just sort of find a place says the buddies here and nine point nine percent of the case, they wrong, they probably hundred percent wrong, as my police would say, and that the sake then goes off and clients that they help police funded buddy. I get ticks. It's just not looking at the holocaust denial, which is one of the probably the the biggest Ray writings of history. Two. It is it must be racism anti ju eighty semi view there that even suggesting that this never happened. When he makes it look at the puck relation to Poland. And the change from well proposal as to how many Jews they used to be there and having there are now gave even even now it's a very low number. Yeah. These things go on all the time. Unfortunately, histories, fair game is people say women is right history loses. Don't. But in these cases, you're probably getting people who we history had a different outcome. And they've who right. It that way. We can extrapolate that even to journalism today journalism is the first draft of history. And yet it is so buys the one side when reporting events these days, the idea of the impartial journals just forty what they see seems to disappear here. I think it's often the case be less than impartial publisher as well. Putting a certain time, that's obvious. When you get the same story covet into Taibbi different ways taken through different angles. You can do with history when you get to that constantly happening, by one way or the other with that anything positive the segment of the side of one particular side, you can see. That it's journalism is in the hall. Very this is the same as the silo thinking is pregnant acquire. You're only look at the information. That's over eighty on your side of your point of view. And you look at alternatives which is really sad with the shine that now with the rise of blogging individual journalism, Facebook, you name it. There's a lot of stuff which is out there, cold journalism, and you're talking about mainstream journalism, but that in many cases, actually, influenced by what's happening on social media sites. Well, maybe is rife with with bias naive very much. So when I was when I was allowed back in the olden days. I call the dinosaur to work. Of course, I am cooking. I was taught that journalism had to be unbiased you had to provide. Just what you see just the truth and you had to dig that out. Not is when kids studied journalism at unique. They're actually taught you can't hope, but the vice in what you're reporting, and that's wrong. Yeah. I mean for the this is the change of of other professional from reporter to cover title. Yes. Yeah. What does it say a transient having a low time, basically reporting is an expensive price as she got the same people that have to do things to make people talking the sign they used to journalists used to write one story day when baseman story day. I was a radio Jim I right five to eight story today. Not have this one story newspaper stuff, all you pull suffering Chris. And I I was waiting and traders, I hate it the whole magazine and half a day. And then. Yes. And because we with cutbacks in in sort of budgets of mainstream journalism Nasr report us he used to do one story. Nafta do five southern increasingly relying on external sources, which are often boys. Also, if as to come in peace and to do the same number words than they used to go, then we bought a story. So if you wanna mostly becoming tighter these days, that's t- Mendham from strain skeptics, you're listening to space time. I'm Stewart Gary, and that's the show for now. You can subscribe and download space. Time is a free twice weekly podcast through apple podcast. I tunes stitch-up bites dot com. Puckett costs soundcloud YouTube audio boom from space time with Stewart Gary dot com, all from your favorite podcast. Download provider space times also broadcast coast to coast across the United States on science three sixty radio by the National Science Foundation in Washington DC and available around the world on tune in radio. If you want more space time checking out blog where you'll find all the stuff we. Couldn't fit in the show as well. 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Another human case of rat hepatitis reported, surprising researchers
"Samples from dozens of hepatitis e patients were tested. Both patients were hospitalized only weeks apart and live within three kilometers of each other. But the health department says the sources and routes of infection of these two cases could not be determined. Minds have stores for the official. Start of holiday shopping season will likely be shorter this year as many head online. But as AP's at Donaghy reports, some deals don't make it to the web more and more shoppers are going online, and that has fewer people in lines outside the stores in the cold. But there are still deals you
Human case of rat hepatitis reported, surprising researchers
"Kong's been found to have contracted a strain of hepatitis carried by rats in. What appears to be the first known human cases in the world one of the principal. Researchers at Hong Kong university says the rat strains, very different from the human strain and caused this clinical discovery researchers had I confirmed in September than a man in his fifties had hepatitis E-strain. Previously known only in rats in Vietnam. The Hong Kong house department now says the seventy year old woman with a compromised immune system was found to have been infected with the hepatitis strain. The second case was found after blood samples from dozens of hepatitis e patients were tested. Both patients were hospitalized only weeks apart and live within three kilometers of each other. But the hell -partment says the sources and rows of infection of these two cases could not be determined.
Swiss Students Design 250-Mile Range E-Bike
"Zayed's Zayed's could could become become a a thing thing of of the the past. past. Thanks Thanks to to ethic ethic a a bike bike with with the the face. face. We We of of mother mother could could love love electric electric motorcycles motorcycles are are becoming becoming a a bigger bigger and and bigger bigger part part of of the the global global motorcycle motorcycle market. market. The The silent silent revolution revolution of of the the battery battery powered powered motor motor with with all all the the models models becoming becoming available. available. We We can can choose choose between between a a standard standard looking looking e e bike bike that that hides hides its its true true nature nature or or a a future future Ristic Ristic design design that that screams screams high high ride ride on on zero zero emissions. emissions. The The common common challenge challenge all all these these models models still still face face though though is is the the lack lack of of range range that that could could be be about about to to to source source change. However, it's difficult to increase the range on an electric motorcycle to achieve that you need a bigger battery capable of storing, more energy, bigger battery means bigger frame and easy equation that results in a bulky, electric power train. At this point you might as well throw in a few. Hugh more wheels for balance, steering wheel for good measure and call it now. I don't know a car, a group of engineering students from the university of Zurich in Switzerland has actually managed to produce a one off. Motorcycle with a staggering electric range of two hundred and fifty miles. In addition to the range, the bike has a built in quick charge system that can top off its battery in about an hour. The prototype was designed for a school project that challenged the fourteen students to experience all the steps of product development. The result is the all electric ethic. The design is pretty brutal, but it serves its purpose. The mono body unit is a quipped with a massive, lithium ion fifteen kilowatt hour battery. The group explains that the front wheel, braking, dissipate seventy five percent of the energy. So it addressed this reality by adding a front wheel hub motor that will recall. Operate the energy that's dissipated despite its minimalistic look and it's a labyrinth technology. The ethic does retain more classical motorcycle elements, including a lightweight to frame a proper swing arm and a trapezoidal fork out the front of it. Obviously, at this point, there is no talk of production, but the students in Genuity could definitely find some real world applications after all would be easy to market at electric. Motorcycle with the two hundred and fifty mile range, which is more than most gasoline models can travel right now. Hopefully we'll get to see this idea make its way to production. Just please let a design student have a go at it as well. Hyperloop transport faces, many, many hurdles, but until now, how cows can cross the track hasn't really been one of them, but that's going to change as Canadian company. Trans pod sets up its testing facility in a village deep in the French countryside. The current record for high-speed t GV trains could be shattered in the tiny commune of drove in central France. Last week. The company applied for planning permission, which it expects to be granted sometime this year. Hyperloop technology much publicized by Ilan. Musk's enthusiasm involves putting passengers or goods in capsules, which are then projected through depressurized tubes at up to twelve hundred kilometers an hour in their search for the perfect test zone. Transplants researchers hit on the Perez to Lou corridor, which. Has no high speed rail line, but they identified eight, three kilometers stretch of an old now, disused railway passing through farmland transplants, founder and chief executive told, euro news that the project has the backing of both residents and local authorities, but admits they've had to build some quirky demands into their planning application. For example, a farmer who has land on either side of the line wanted them to develop a pathway for animals as little. As you're ago Gendron the founder said that he doubted that anyone in Europe would want to invest in hyperloop technology. Now, investors have committed sixty five million euros transport. Also plans to build a research and development center in southern Italy got some spare time this weekend. Why not build yourself a working Rover from plants provided by NASA, the space Knicks at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory have all the plans. 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The Alexis go works on the Amazon echo, show the echo spot, the fire TV, and. Fire tablets. You can't currently ask Alexa to show an event from specific time, but you know, it's just a matter of time previously. You could only say things like Alexa, pull up the front door life feed to see what was happening in real time, but you couldn't actually view saved clips. This feature is currently only available in the US, but it will be expanding to other countries very soon tricking through a crowded cavernous. WalMart supercenter really isn't much fun, but what if you could do it from the comfort of your own home through virtual reality, the world's biggest retailer wants to find out according to filings with the US patent and trademark office. The company has applied for two patents that detail a virtual showroom and fulfillment center that would connect shoppers clad in VR headsets and censor packed gloves to a three dimensional representation of a WalMart. Store customers could wander digital aisles from home and grab items, which would be immediately picked up and shipped from a fully automated distribution center. The filing is part of WalMart's recent push into virtual reality and area that holds promise for brick and mortar retailers struggling with the massive costs associated with store upkeep and labor. This could be a godsend in February the retailer acquired spatial land a startup that makes software tools to create virtual reality experiences. Spatial land is housed inside walmarts in house tech incubator store number eight, which last year hosted a v. commerce gala in Los Angeles, Agadi affair by WalMart standards that celebrated the five Witters of WalMart competitions to find the best ideas in the space. WalMart is moving aggressively into the digital realm at the same time that Amazon and other technology. He companies are looking to establish a brick and mortar presence. 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