12 Burst results for "Twenty Two Thousand Miles"

"twenty two thousand miles" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

The World and Everything In It

05:20 min | 1 year ago

"twenty two thousand miles" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

"Good morning. i'm and i'm mary reichert. First up broadband technology the infrastructure bill. Working its way through. Congress includes sixty five billion dollars to bring broadband internet access to rural areas. Much of that money is likely to go toward installing a physical network electric lines and underground cables. But that's expensive and not always practical. So what's the alternative world sarah weinsberg reports jason lining Thought living near a city meant having fast internet. His home is six miles outside springfield missouri. Being that close to a city of one hundred sixty thousand. You'd think that you'd have internet. But when we arrived here it was like going back to dialup. Lining has tried three different solutions. Phone line or dsl. Internet satellite internet and now to cell phone hotspots when there's high call volume or like from three to seven o'clock at night you know. They really drop off. In their sense of productivity and capacity millions of americans and three billion people around the world have a similar story they all lack access to high speed internet or broadband of any kind that increasingly hinders economic development education and communication but some companies are coming up with creative solutions that has consumers like jason lining excited. Yeah so like. Isn't you on mosque. Putting up all those little satellites elon musk's entrepreneurial project called starlink. It's made up of thousands of satellites hovering close to the earth. Beaming the internet to homes eventually starlink plans to launch forty two thousand ellios or low earth orbiting satellites traditional communication satellites travel about twenty two thousand miles above the earth surface. Elliot's hover as low as three hundred. Miles jeffery wesseling studies technology and innovation at the street institute he says bringing satellites closer to the earth could eliminate major issues with current satellite internet time delays and signal interference. The turkey thing for satellites has always been latency right the low-earth orbital side of it tries to fix that by by shortening the signal legs because the satellites are closer it takes less time for a signal to travel to a router that also means less possibility for signal disturbance wesseling and other tech analysts say starlings technology has big potential. Radio waves can travel quicker through the vacuum of space than infrared. Light waves can move through fiber optic cables so elliott satellites could eventually rival or even beat the fastest ground-based networks. But right now the service can cost more than many people. Pay for wired internet you know. The materials are expensive technology's expensive for development so like they. They cost a lot to recoup the cost of just the manufacturing them so expect. Those costs will come down. I've talked to satellite folks. Who who think they're gonna continue to be able to lower. Those prices are optimistic about it. So the only tech titan banking on satellite technology last year the federal communications commission gave amazon permission to launch. Its own leo. Satellite constellation called project kuyper but some analysts say ellios still have to prove their worth. Josh koenig is the co founder of pantheon a software and web services platform satellite has to like ricochet signal around. And get it back down to the ground somewhere that actually can start to introduce an amount of lag that people will notice hypothetically from the laws of physics. It's totally possible to do. But it's complicated. Koenig and jeffrey wesseling at our street say there are other internet innovations. That could connect hard to reach places. One of those internet balloons. You're going to have a radio up in up above and then you'll be able to send the signal down to to a community. That's that's within the range of that. Internet balloons act as floating cell phone towers hovering twelve miles up in the sky. Google was one of the first companies to develop them. It launched what it calls project. Loon in twenty eleven google envisioned. It's balloons providing internet to rural places as well as disaster areas after hurricane. Maria hit puerto rico. In two thousand seventeen google's balloons provided internet access for one hundred thousand people on the island. Then in twenty twenty. It's balloon started servicing kenya but earlier this year google announced it was abandoning the project. It said the balloons cost too much to maintain it. Also noted. many people in poor countries can't afford the equipment needed to connect to the internet. Our streets jeffrey. Wesseling says that doesn't mean. Internet balloons are gone forever for now just might be better in specific situations but do think they've got a lot of applications for like emergency usage and then getting temporary coverage out there to to rural areas that maybe are hit by a disaster. Can't get connected so five g. cell phone networks are also giving rural internet users. Hope the network eventually promises to provide lightning fast loading speeds that will make using data and spots on phones. Better than ever. Pantheon's josh koenig says the technology is coming out just as more americans than ever surf.

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"twenty two thousand miles" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

03:21 min | 1 year ago

"twenty two thousand miles" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"Governor. This region's response to governor today. The white house pointing to florida's couvert numbers that twenty five percent of hospitalizations in the country are in florida. It is also a fact that the governor has taken steps that are contra counter to public health recommendations late today. The president asked about the florida governor in fort lauderdale seventeen year old. David beano a high school football player hospitalized for ten days with kovin developing pneumonia. He's now at broward health span. Pretty scary actually. I was. I wasn't actually able to go to the bathroom without shortness of breath a couple days ago. He could get to anyone. Get you if you're ten if you get you. If you're sixty doesn't matter like how do you are. It comes amid growing concern for the young. The number of children admitted to hospitals with covert now three and a half times higher than it was a month ago. David and his mother regret not getting him. I would definitely encourage them to get their kids vaccinated if they're eligible because now with school starting and you know we're here and more than half of the kids here. Are you know due to kobe. And so it's it's scary so many concerned about the children. Victor kendo joins us now. Victor with some ninety million eligible americans who still have not gotten the shot. Explain why dr anthony falconry is now warning that the continued spread could lead to a variant. That's worse than delta. Lindsey dr anthony foul saying that without more people getting vaccinated. The virus will keep mutating and we could end up with a variant. That's even worse than delta. That could evade vaccines. That's why it's all the more critical to get more shots into arms. Now lindsey victor thank you now to the other major news tonight. The dramatic images from this catastrophic fire season in the west nearly one hundred large fires burning and excessive heat and strong winds. Not letting up california's largest the dixie fire racing cross fifty thousand acres in twenty four hours forcing more families to evacuate their homes destroying the entire main street in the historic mountain town of greeneville. The smoke and haze for more than a dozen fires in northern california could be seen from a satellite twenty two thousand miles up. Abc's will car is in the fire zone veteran firefighters battle weary and exhausted or calling these extreme conditions. The worst they've ever seen west strong winds dry brush acting like jet fuel banning multiple fires or the sacramento river ripping through fourteen hundred acres in just a matter of hours. Now we're all evacuating. Everyone's driving home as fast as they can get their bag and split destroying at least fifty structures damaging dozens more fire burns or this area so quickly destroyed dozens of homes and left residents with little time to get out ron pucci and his wife losing their home. He tried to stay and fight using a hose in water from his pool but says the fire raced up the hill like a tornado. All of a sudden the wind picked up blue embers. Smoke right in my eyes and blue the water right back in my face and next thing i know there's fire on both sides of the north the.

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"twenty two thousand miles" Discussed on Can We Health You?

Can We Health You?

06:00 min | 1 year ago

"twenty two thousand miles" Discussed on Can We Health You?

"They're like presidential eating and lifestyles are we have Because the roosevelt's diet or food that they had at the white house became a national joke at the time so when reporters asked what she thought of the food there when she went. She said that she had been so busy with engagements than she hadn't had any time to eat but the press twisted around her response to read of course not to like throw out on social media that she hadn't been given enough to eat. Yeah so horrified. Emilia wrote to eleanor to clarify her comment and they made jokes on in their letters. Letter exchange became Friends over the press twisting it up. Oh q. right stance story plus. Yeah but couple of years later deer in nineteen thirty seven erhard navigator fred non set off on the ultimate challenge to circle the plana or as you said an air hearts more elegant phrase fly around the earth as narrates waistline as could be. Yeah which would have. We said pretty little mind. I get so they had completed. Twenty two thousand miles of their twenty nine thousand mile journey when they prepared to take off from lae new guinea to holland island in the central. Pacific ocean biographer. Mary s lovell notes in her book called. The sound of wings writes that in the last photos taken of earheart. She looked emaciated in drained. By this time she had been flying for a month. Her diet moving between fasting and feasting Like this pattern. That i described yeah tomato juice for ri- week and then a lavish like welcoming bank late dinner out. Yeah she writes level writes that her physical endurance was never great. Oh and now. During this journey she was suffering from lack of sleep and diarrhea. Can't you imagine on the plane. Horrify nope no mention of where what was going on there. Yeah honestly but i can imagine it was fred did he has stomach problems. Nobody seems to care that much fred than he was with her. I know right so ever ever worried about the weight and the plane she left behind your favorite elephant to- bracelet and pistol to make room for more fuel.

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"twenty two thousand miles" Discussed on This Week In Video Games

This Week In Video Games

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"twenty two thousand miles" Discussed on This Week In Video Games

"Welcome back to this week in video games. And this is the news roundup giving you all the latest video game news. You need to know in just about ten minutes. If you find it useful to like shan subscribing youtube and also favorite podcast apps thinks down below in the description all the show notes. Well it's august the first twenty twenty one. Let's get to the news. I up in the news today. Horizon forbidden west reportedly delayed into q. One twenty twenty two. And this one comes matt wiles. If you're a gamer so horizon forbidden west. The highly anticipated for two guerrilla games acclaimed open world action adventure horizon. Zero dorn has reportedly been delight into twenty twenty two thousand miles summer horizon. Forbidden west was originally set to launch a playstation foreign playstation five towards the end of this year. However sony hinted a slip might be possible back in june when announced got war iraq would be now eight twenty twenty two title. We think are on track to release horizon. Forbidden west this holiday season said the playstation studios boss herman host at the time. They isn't quite certain yet. And we're working as house. We can confirm that so hints. That sony was now leaning towards delaying. Her horizon been west released into next year. I service yesterday. Courtesy of game beat journalist. Jeff grubb who suggested the company still undecided on the matter during his giant bomb. Show however bloomberg's jason schreer is now weighed in with the more definite statement. The sony is delayed. Playstation exclusive to the first quarter of twenty twenty two according to his source to clarify one question he added. It seems that the original room in that sony hadn't decided yet the my understanding is that the game was delayed a one ago next up. We've got another delays. Kenna bridge of spirits released a slips into september. And this one comes to marcus jewett. I've game informer sakineh bridge of spirits has been one of the most exciting playstation exclusives since the debut of the console itself and it was originally supposed to launch during the twenty twenty holiday season before it slipped into this year with the new august..

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"twenty two thousand miles" Discussed on The Atlas Obscura Podcast

The Atlas Obscura Podcast

06:01 min | 1 year ago

"twenty two thousand miles" Discussed on The Atlas Obscura Podcast

"Because we're talking about where space stuff goes after it dies after ray now it's safe to say that were already for a getaway and if you're going to go on vacation somewhere then make it a place you'll feel at home like myrtle beach south carolina or as the people call it around there the beach. Welcome to sixty miles made for you. The beach myrtle beach plan your trip at visitmyrtlebeach dot com Since the launch of sputnik in nineteen fifty seven humans have been sending all sorts of things into space stuff like the serious eight and new satellite just launched by stitchers parent company or cargo space craft bringing supplies to space station's not to mention the most prising stuff like golden records or read tesla's an estimated thirty five thousand bits of Incentives right up to objects at the size of double decker buses up to of course international space station which is said to be the size of american football fields or five bedroom house. That's dr alice. Gorman associate professor at flinders university in south australia and one of the world's leading space archaeologists she studies all sorts of ways. Humans have engaged with space including these tens of thousands of objects rocketing around in earth orbit. And that's just stuff four inches and bigger there's believed to be millions of objects anything smaller than that. They distributed from lois little bit which is about two hundred kilometers above the surface of the us up to maybe about one thousand two thousand kilometers then. You have raged. That's just cold middle or medium business and then you get into. The high as obits. Miss includes Stationary orbit which is where bust of telecommunications satellites used to think of these orbits kind of like three lanes of a running track with satellites and spacecraft as the runners zipping around and around in their respective lanes. But note that for this analogy to work the track would be really really big and runners relatively teeny if we go out there and look at these might only say one object within your field. You so that impression. We have a stuff's closely packed together. Just together that's actually luck. Absolute worst case scenario. Which we're not at yet. There's growing concern about what will happen over. The next few decades as there are a lot of plans to launch way more stuff into orbit. And here's the thing. The vast vast majority of objects orbiting the planet is considered space junk. Something that doesn't currently have a purpose and doesn't have a purpose in the foreseeable future. Millions of tiny space debris like dust flex of paint from rocket a rogue toothbrush. A glove lost by astronaut. On a spacewalk there even some entire antique rocket bodies and defunct retro satellites from as early as the late fifties two experimental satellites koto deca poll one and decca paul to sometimes called porcupine one and two because they have seven foot antennas so they look like sections and then not working anymore that technically space jam. I cost quite loves him. Wind satellites like dudek apple one and two and many many other spacecraft from decades ago designed to go up the weren't really designed to come down and while it's cool they're up there all of these obsolete zipping around earth orbit can also be cause for concern they might lead to space collisions festival that can cause extensive spice crops. Stop working second of all every collision create small bits of debris whether those dust grains or large chunks. This is why they some coal space junk. Zombie satellites Like the after the electronic brains of the welcome satellites. the company controls. The dislike Today luckily there are few different ways to care for the bodies of dead space craft a lot of what lives in low earth orbit especially smaller. Satellites are guided down through kind of sudden cremation deliberately dragged into the atmosphere. Where the almost immediately burn up those in geostationary on that outer lane of the track fees a much quieter colder and to their lives. They're sent into the graveyard orbit over thirty six thousand kilometers up over twenty two thousand miles above the earth's surface. The has been convention that when a pesco gets to the end of its live enough you'll be left in it to push it higher into the graveyard obits or it'll be out of the way the satellite.

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"twenty two thousand miles" Discussed on Wow In the World

Wow In the World

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"twenty two thousand miles" Discussed on Wow In the World

"Wow. So what kind of satellite images are you looking at well. I just wanted to see if we were going to have good weather for the kickball game later. But the satellite. I follow doesn't seem to be working. It's not giving me any images at all. So this weather satellite up there. Is it big made of metal with speak solar power thing sticking out of it. Yeah okay so it's not so much in space anymore as it is on the ground outside of your cabin weighed what. The weather. Satellite is on the ground outside of my cabin. Yes what was really excited for the kickball game. We're having later and was practicing my big hole. Run guaranteed kicks. I kicked the ball so far that it crashed into the sampling you kick to kick ball over twenty two thousand miles into the air and knock the satellite down from outer space. Maybe yes well when. It's time for the kickball game. I want to be on your team someplace. Physics biology daughter space dennis. Okay that's.

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"twenty two thousand miles" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

CATS Roundtable

05:05 min | 1 year ago

"twenty two thousand miles" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

"Good morning america. This is the cast roundtable trunk cats here sunday morning. A morning to relax sometimes on a saturday night or sunday night. You look up in the skies and you never know what you're going to see well bring us up to date this morning. We have steve. Kates his nickname. Dr sky morning steve. How are you this morning on doing great john. Good to be with you in the listeners. Lots of information to share with you and the listeners about what's above us Here we go kind of interesting stuff this morning. You know john. It's a thought that many of the comments that we see in the sky over the last centuries they all come from an area way out beyond the planets cold and or cloud to leftover material creation of the solar system and we have news coming into us that an object on a six hundred thousand year orbit maybe a comet or an asteroid two hundred and thirty miles in diameter. it's headed in the direction of the sun. Don't worry it's not gonna hit us. It's now past neptune's orbit within twenty thirty one. John this object komo's close to the as we've we have solar system as the planet saturn and if it's comment this is one of the largest comets ever discovered the undertook. The record before was a common call sar bets common which was then thought back in seventeen twenty nine to be sixty miles in diameter. So the point is we're not detecting things way out there in orbits that we never thought were possible all because of the great technology john so many things happening in the sky. I understand we can have a special kind of moon this weekend. Yes john this is interesting. The last of the great super moons of twenty twenty one. This one happened on the twenty fourth still visible in the sky. Most full moon. But it's the lack of a so-called super moons meaning that the moon was closest to the time that we call parody when the earth and the moon or closest and when those two lineup we get this amazing thing called the super bowl much larger and brighter. But that's the last one of twenty twenty one. We had them in the last few months. Just a spectacular sight to see and it's so beautiful job on the moon gets within two hundred and twenty two thousand miles of the earth. A great site on the sky. Wow and then nasa. I got a bulletin from nasa. The craft was watching the Chinese rover moving around. Yes and it's interesting orbital spacecraft and We have some that are still obviously doing great jobs. Yeoman's job up around in orbit around mars but the story about this chinese lander..

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"twenty two thousand miles" Discussed on GamesMyMomFound

GamesMyMomFound

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"twenty two thousand miles" Discussed on GamesMyMomFound

"Maybe a third of the way and just like this is so not worth of lawyer. I think it's lulu all those signals and stuff are near impossible in that game. So we'll they talk about that game. Something thirty jumps. You got the attacks scarf which boosts your attack. But i wanted to get that i hit. My record was eleven. And i just didn't care it's hard on into mean yes. I can press the button. Okay but still. It's it's hard not the same and it takes a piece of soda us something. That's not healing. Every time did yeah. I mean i could just save state. Keep trying over and over again. I tried like once or twice. I'm like screw this. I ain't doing this. I don't have the patience. Or the northern need so like i should have fought jinx. But i just didn't i was like i'll come back and fight jinx before i beat the game and i. I didn't come back until i forgot about that. Mantra tom because in order to get the mantra otani you have to go through. Amazing maze a desert and all sorts of other things. Get there is not not fun. And there's a hidden casino. Which i didn't even see this time. Yeah there's another thing i knew of but i i didn't bother trying to get it. I forgot it existed. Because i didn't even go cavs super nintendo rpg without a casino somewhere and it was allowed ten billion so many games. Especially that era holy crap would censor somebody dumb things right. They didn't center casino sensor beer. They censor bar. Yeah that's fair birth on you to cafes bars. Yeah they're not drinking no drinking mill. Yeah they're not drunk well. Their kids people are six cider. Deliver the cider. The being valued is where you you go through. Bean valued giant piranha plant boss. Which is kinda cool. Because you have another mario staple enemy uh-huh so then you have to climb up vines to get this place for. I knew what i was doing this. I'm like oh. Mike's have a hell of a time with this was terrible on touch me. It took me over ten tries a lineup to jump to jump onto a vine and some ten to tony guys. I would say and i was just reloading. I wasn't climbing back up. And once i got it it save and we didn't do it again. It was it was miserable on on a touchscreen. Don't wanna do it that way I imagine this is not a good game plan. I only did it for convenience sake. That's why you have to actually do something you beside look at played pokemon snap on it over or whenever the hell did that time. I was twenty two thousand miles a long time ago. It was like five years ago. It was like it doesn't it man. I wish i had fought jinx. Gives you some good stuff. That was another staple the kind of carry on. 'cause paper. Mark has the doj. Oh two or you can fight the inhabitants. Get different gear. that's cool..

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"twenty two thousand miles" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

CATS Roundtable

04:02 min | 1 year ago

"twenty two thousand miles" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

"No thank you you and i both wouldn't do too well. The atmospheric pressure is maybe like going down three thousand feet in the ocean more and the surface temperature average weather forecast would say like this. On venus the high temperature today would be about eight hundred or nine hundred degrees fahrenheit. No thank you. So that's ron john. That life somehow theoretically could exist in cloud tops but nowhere near the surface of venus because of the most horrific temperatures that you would find but only twenty five million miles away because venus gets closer to the earth in any major planet even close with them ours. We sure need some further investigation. Don't you think absolutely and Besides venus mars we're else do you think that Are nasa is next. I think exploration of life john. It's already been deduced by nasa scientists. That there's a special mission about the satellite and one of the many major moons one of the galileo satellites of jupiter cold europa and a few years ago. I had the opportunity to interview one of the congressmen who was very influential and helping to get at europa mission to search for life. But there's another place. In my opinion this is just strictly my if you look at all the planetary objects out there. The largest satellite in the solar system that has an actual atmosphere is saturn's titan and as we see gas prices rising this country and probably around the world they detected on the surface of this particular satellite titan large oceans and john. This is not a joke. There oceans that theoretically have what the constituent is called octavian. And everybody who drives a car knows about better octane. Right more performance supposedly. Maybe there's an that exploration should be but on another note. I just wanted to highlight very briefly. If we have a moment the earth was just pass back this friday. By one of the most prolific asteroids that has maybe one of the higher potentials obstructing the earth. It's an ester recalled office and it's actually named after the ukrainian war god and it passed us on the fifth of march at around eight fifteen. Pm eastern standard time by a lot eleven million miles. But that's not going to be the case john. it's about twelve hundred feet in diameter. that's larger than a giant nuclear powered aircraft carrier. It's gonna come back to us again. We know this on april thirteenth. Twenty twenty nine at the incredibly close distance of some nineteen thousand miles so go back and put our thinking caps on and we say wait. A minute aren't those geosynchronous satellites that we all depend on to watch our favorite tv shows and do banking and business about twenty two thousand miles away. Yes john actually coming within that area and this asteroid not to learn people that had a higher potential of supposedly crashing into the earth which would be catastrophic. We have to pay attention to the close passages of twenty thirty six and twenty sixty eight but on a bright note. It's not gonna hit us at all. That's the positive news of course We have a minute left. Anything else you wanna tell would. Americans and Literally job again. Thank you for having me. Just a quick synopsis. Don't forget the last quarter moon. John is over six. It'll be high in the southern sky at sunrise rises around midnight..

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"twenty two thousand miles" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

07:24 min | 1 year ago

"twenty two thousand miles" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"The man is about to say yeah. Let's everybody lives in the usa. Radio network presents the greatest radio programs of all time rather the cbs radio workshop dedicated to man's immagination. The theater of the mind. This is classic. Radio theatre wanted to get away from it. All the fbi in peace and war very among the unexpected. The unexpected the now. Here's your host. Wyatt reasoning friend. Thought we'd of crime bears shadow. Bill johnstone starring from eight years ago january twenty six nine thousand nine hundred forty one. The ghost of caleb. Mackenzie we thank you for tuning. In on this tuesday twenty-six day of january. We have three hundred thirty nine days remaining until we get to the next year. Happy birthday michigan. You were admitted as a twenty-six state of the union on this date in eighteen thirty seven tennessee enacted the first prohibition on the us and eighteen thirty eight in eighteen forty one. The uk formally occupied hong kong. Which china later formally ceded in eighteen sixty one. The state of louisiana seceded from the union in the civil war in one thousand. Nine eleven glenn. Curtiss flew the first successful seaplane. Former ford motor company. Executive henry leland launched the lincoln motor company which he later sold his former employer that launch took place in one thousand nine hundred twenty in one thousand nine hundred eighty four. The apollo theater reopened in harlem new york and in one thousand nine hundred sixty one president kennedy appointed. Janet g traveled to me as physician the first time a woman held the appointment ranger. Three launched on this date in one thousand nine hundred sixty to to study the moon. The space probe missed the moon. My twenty two thousand miles in a state of the union address on this date in one thousand nine hundred eighty to president. Reagan announced a program to turn back revenue to the states. Nineteen eighty eight states will be in complete control over forty federal grant programs that trust fund will start to phase out loud eventually to disappear and the excise taxes will be turned over to the states. President reagan during his state of the union message back in one thousand nine hundred eighty two and nineteen eighty eight andrew. Lloyd webber's the phantom of the opera. Had its first performance on broadway at the majestic theater in new york in one thousand nine hundred ninety two. Boris yeltsin announced that russia would stop targeting. Us cities with nuclear weapons on american television on this date in nineteen ninety. Eight president clinton denied having sexual relations with former white house intern. Monica lewinsky. I want to say one thing to the american people. I want you to listen to me. I'm going to say this again. I did not have sexual relations with that woman miss lewinsky. I never told anybody to lie. Not a single time never. These allegations are false. And i need to go back to work for the american people days later the president would walk a lot of that back in two thousand five congolese or rice became the first black woman and only the second black or woman to serve. As secretary of state western union dropped their telegram service on this date in two thousand and six they primarily. Now our money mover. You send money through western union. You don't send messages. In two thousand seven. The american journal of medicine reported aspirin may prevent attacks and stroke until now we didn't know whether apparently healthy people could prevent the occurrence of i heart attack by taking aspirin aspirin. This study which is the largest study of its kind ever conducted shows quite conclusively that you can back in two thousand nine. You remember nadia seulimun. Whittier california the octo. Mom gave birth to octuplets conceived by in virtual fertilization. She was already a mother of six and it was one year ago today. A sikorsky helicopter flying from john wayne airport to come real. Airport crashed in calabasas california thirty miles west of la killing all nine people on board including former nba champion. Kobe bryant and his daughter gianna among others passing away on this date the credited inveterate baseball opener. Doubleday mobster lucky luciano. Edgar g robinson. Cdc vice president nelson rockefeller who was by the way not elected to that office. No he was picked after. Oh it's a long crazy story. Which will talk about it. another time. football coach bryan actor. Jose pereira wrestler. Dr david schultz. Astrologer genie dixon. The send the marlon brando christian brando who is also an actor. Fish from barney miller a goede mannix connors and della street on the perry mason. Show barbara hale. This is the birthday of general. Douglas macarthur gangster. Frank costello charles lane very fine actor Did a whole bunch of character. Roles actor william hopper from perry mason also actress anne jeffreys actor. Paul newman wrestling commentator gordon solely born on this date in history as well as film critic gene siskel eddie van halen whom we lost last year at sixty five and wrestler road warrior animal. We lost him last year. At the age of sixty cartoonist member primarily political cartoonists. Jill spifer ninety two years. Old baseball player broadcaster. Bob euchre eighty seven. Who do you think you are mr big stop. Gene nights seventy eight years old today. She wrote passionate kisses her. Mary chapin carpenter. Who made it a hit lucinda. Williams's sixty eight sweet love anita baker. Sixty three ellen. Degeneres fifty three for mad tv bryan callen fifty four the last host of soul train dorian. Gregory also starting charmed fifty years of age and wwe wrestler. Sasha banks twenty nine years of age who happens to be first cousins with snoop dogg. Just something you might not know though. Some of the people who celebrate the twenty six day of january.

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Amazon’s Project Kuiper reveals design of antennas customers will use to access satellites

Daily Tech News Show

00:35 sec | 2 years ago

Amazon’s Project Kuiper reveals design of antennas customers will use to access satellites

"Amazon unveiled the designs for antennas. That consumer could use to access project kuyper. That's a planned satellite constellation to deliver broadband internet. Yeah likes that rate the phased array antenna on development and testing this fall it as a twelve inch diameter that can deliver maximum throughput of four hundred megabits per seconds it's capable of streaming four k video from geostationary satellites up to twenty two thousand miles above earth. Though project kuyper satellites will be much lower than that amazon hasn't announced prices yet for the project

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OneWeb launches 34 satellites for space-based internet service

Purity Products

00:51 sec | 3 years ago

OneWeb launches 34 satellites for space-based internet service

"Sad as we learn musk's private SpaceX company talks about going public the service is slowly launching more of the expected forty two thousand satellites that will blanket the earth and high speed internet late last year as SpaceX starlink ready for launch must told journalists that for the service to become economically viable they would need around one thousand satellites which way around five hundred pounds but the service which will compete with Amazon one web in a radium could rake in billions of dollars in revenues unlike existing satellite delivered internet which orbit twenty two thousand miles overhead starlink will be just a few hundred miles up which will offer lower latency connections basically the time from when you click on a link to when information starts flowing musk says receivers on the ground will be simple antennas that he says look like a UFO on a stick providing service direct to consumers could also alleviate concerns about government stepping in to prevent the service

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