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"sixty four meters" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

08:26 min | 5 months ago

"sixty four meters" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

"Of the voyager two spacecraft. The agency's seventy mehta camera deep space network radio dish. The only antenna capable of contacting the forty three year old spacecraft successfully set a series of commands to the probe the dish officially known as deep space station forty three has been undergoing a major upgrade and refurbishment since mid march with the dish out of action mission managers could receive data from voyager two through the three thirty four meter wide radio antennas at the camera complex but couldn't send commands to the far-flung probe which is now lift our solar system and he's flying through interstellar space among the upgrades to the ds's forty-three dish with tinny radio transmitters one of them which is used to talk to void you to hasn't been replaced in more than forty seven years engineers have also upgraded heating and cooling equipment for the electronics. The power supply equipment and other technology needed to run the new transmitters. The successful cold avoid the to is just one indication that the dish will be back online showed in february next year located knee camera. The antennas part of a network of three radio antenna ground stations. The other two being goldstone in california and madrid in spain the network up primarily used to communicate with spacecraft operating beyond earth orbit the position of the three facilities around the planet ensures that almost any spacecraft line of sight with earth can communicate with at least one facilities at anytime voice to is a rare exception launched in nineteen seventy seven just days before its twin void you won the spacecraft was designed to achieve nothing lists than the grand tour of the outer solar system visiting the gas giants jupiter and saturn and the ice giants. You're innocent neptune. In order to make it close fly. By of neptune's moon triton in one thousand nine hundred nine the probe flew over the planet's north pole the gravitational impact of that dejected deflected it southwards relative to the plan of the planets. And it's been heading in that direction. Out of the solar system and interstellar space ever since now more than eighteen point eight billion kilometers from earth the voyager two spacecraft e so fast south it no longer has line of sight with radio antennas in northern hemisphere. So this is forty. Three's the only dish in the southern hemisphere with a transmitter powerful enough and that broadcasts at the right frequencies to send commands to the distant spacecraft voyages fast moving twin void. You one took a different path past satin and can communicate through the antennas at the to dsm facilities in the northern hemisphere. The antennas need uplift commands to both voyagers in radio frequency range code s band and the antennas downlink data from the spacecraft in a range known as the x band. The probes are constantly sending back science data from interstellar space that is the region of the galaxy immediately outside the sun's helius fear. The protective bubble of product was a magnetic field created by the sun that surrounds the pilots and the copperbelt a collection of small icy bodies beyond the orbit of neptune. This forty-three began operating back. In one thousand nine hundred seventy two five years before the launch of the voyage attune voyager one spacecraft back then. It was only sixty four meters wide the same size as the packs radio telescope dish. It was expanded to seventy meters in nineteen eighty seven and received a variety of upgrades and modifications since then the is overseeing the counter. Work say this is being one of the most significant makers the dishes received and the longest. It's been off line in thirty years. Philip baldwin operations manage if nasa space communications and navigation program says the assist forty-three antenna is a highly specialized system. He says there are only two other similar. Antennas in the world so having the antenna down for a full year's not an ideal situation for voyager or any other major s emissions currently in operation. The camera deep space. Communications network complex is managed by the ceasefire siro on behalf of nasa complex spokesperson. Glenn nagel says. The refurbishment of dc's forty-three will benefit other missions including nasr's mars perseverance rosa which will land on the red planet on february eighth next year. And the upcoming optimists missions which will return humans to the surface of the moon. Twenty twenty four and eventually onto mars part of the ongoing upgrade. Or how big seventy made a dish one of those with that that we could send commanding through the voice of food place craft that again tenant they spray the only intern around the world have bullet doing and why is it. The anyone that can reach voyage to avoid you just space craft and kind of neptune back in nineteen ninety nine. Victory took southwood below the ecliptic plane. And so come now by. Yeah the in out there in california literally. The earth is in the waste so they're able to see that by take the thirty four dishes simply aren't big enough not capable to transmit with high power transition type ability like still can receive if we combined two of them their data from georgia to we've still they never for the last eight months that we've been off line since manning's so now it's forty three half the facts online speaking send those bottled commands again. And what was the refurbishment done to the big dish joining upgrade equipment that has been operating on ten and a further four years. But some of the transmitters were in that device group. And i desperately need all been up right so we built two new high palestine's minutes to the dinner. One of those needed for the void vice crop other it will be used for future missions of mazar humans to the moon and so on and also played electrical pride house cooling systems Refurbishment of the pedestals basically a top to bottom inside out an afraid of the ditch. And what. People don't often realize especially australian listening. Because i hear a lot about the cease iras pox radio telescope the sixty four minute dish. They this was actually bigger. The given bill affecting station is the largest in southern hemisphere. Seventy majors in about the twenty two story building and just the dish moving structure. Why some full thousand. Tom physically moods with position. Any quietness guy communicate. Spice pops hundreds of millions billions of kilometers. Why is the refurbishment process of big job has been the entire project is eleven months for the upright. Does the end. Santa the eight months which might be named tactic by things like sizes and other bush flies. Taxes of twenty twenty Has entailed a hundred and fifty people different contractors around engineers technicians expert. Coming out from the pulsing labs in pasadena california. Polls do this work on this. Really great workforce of the nation. How big dishes hambro now. Literally this sort of thing have been working dying not seven days a week. They get the antennas where it is now and so also make sure complete. Do back online. I already to joke with some of the missions. Bribing mas in february next year to get those next few months already because perseverance just past the halfway mockup beliefs. Yes that's correct so we continue to track on own journey. Demand north side of the nodded arab emirates missions. Pope this is also going to miles around the same time period planning on the surface. Tell us about tidbinbilla old. The digs network camera station as as nasa coolest. The camera date by communication complex. Of course is part of nafta states by three stations around the planet that probably about the will the provide twenty four seven communications. They're all dozens of robotic missions that are solar system folks when we talk about where we're talking about things hundred thousand kilometers and beyond so there are networks handle the much closer stops and there's been satellites and she a stationary stuff like really candle. Everything else but you is now backyards so like the i have these antennas around.

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"sixty four meters" Discussed on Space Nuts | Astronomy, Space and Science News

Space Nuts | Astronomy, Space and Science News

03:34 min | 8 months ago

"sixty four meters" Discussed on Space Nuts | Astronomy, Space and Science News

"Love. This podcast support this show through the ACOSS support a feature. 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. Fifteen seconds guided journal and. Admission sequence. UH space nuts. Three To. Five. Feels good. Hello once again, and thank you for joining us on this the space nuts podcast all about astronomy and space science episode two, Hundred Fifteen. My name is Andrew Dunkley and joining me as always is tournament Lodge Fred Watson Hello Fred Andrew You. I am quite well so how you yet still hobbling around on the knee all going well, yes. Yep. That's good. not having to go through any MRI machines or Would you call it? You don't have to worry about airports at the moment so good time to get it done. So the agenda completely. So there's no. It's Now today Fred was celebrating episode two, hundred and fifteen for no reason whatsoever. Then it is episode two hundred fifteen? By mostly mostly answering audience questions, we've got questions about the series impact crater doc Mata-, versus dark energy supernovae, detection of gravitational waves and questions about the condensed universe. So we got to tackle all of that today. Before we do we'd like to make not a special place just on the ride from he about a an hour and a bit dry from where I live the pox radio telescope which has been officially. Noted as a heritage listed, which is. Something very, very special. Absolutely right. And you normally think of heritage listed buildings as the ones that were. PAPS put up in the early days of. Colonial Australia. Buildings of historical? Significance. which don't do anything anymore other than usually having acting as of these eum or something like that. That's what separates the dish, the parts radio telescope from most other heritage listed buildings because it's still frontline scientific institution. Doing leading edge astronomy and as by signs why has it been heritage listed because it is such an icon of Australian science it was built in one, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty, one, it will celebrate his. Sixty, right? Yes. Sixtieth birthday a next year. But since its construction. And is huge moblised facility I. Think it's one of the most beautiful telescopes in the world of any kind. Sixty. Four meter dish in the middle of sheet products and some very nice wooded avenues that when when they built I but they are now. That telescope. Commission back in nine hundred, sixty, one immediately started revolutionizing our understanding of the universe. In fact, one of the first highlights was. The following year sixty two when researchers discovered that our galaxy had has a magnetic field, which is about a million times weaker than the US magnetic field..

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"sixty four meters" Discussed on Space Nuts

Space Nuts

03:34 min | 8 months ago

"sixty four meters" Discussed on Space Nuts

"Love this podcast support this show through the ACOSS support a feature. 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. Fifteen seconds guided been journal. Admission sequence UH space. Nuts. Three To. Five. Feels good. Hello once again, and thank you for joining us on this the space nuts podcast all about astronomy and space science episode two, Hundred Fifteen. My name is Andrew Dunkley and joining me as always is tournament. Lodge. Fred. Watson. Hello Fred Andrew how you doing? I'm quite well so how you yet still hobbling around on the knee all going well, yes. Yep. That's good. not having to go through any MRI machines or Would you call it? You don't have to worry about airports at the moment so good time to get it done. So the agenda completely. So there's no. It's Now. Today Fred was celebrating episode two, hundred and fifteen for no reason whatsoever. Then it is episode two hundred fifteen. By mostly mostly answering audience questions, we've got questions about the series impact, crater doc, Mata-, versus dark energy, supernovae, detection of gravitational waves and questions about the condensed universe. So we got to tackle all of that today. Before we do. We'd like to make not a special place just on the ride from he about a an hour and a bit dry from where I live the pox radio telescope which has been officially. Noted as a heritage listed, which is. something. Very very special. Absolutely right. and. You normally think of heritage listed buildings as the ones that were. PAPS put up in the early days of. Colonial Australia. Buildings of historical? Significance. which don't do anything anymore other than usually having acting as of these eum or something like that. That's what separates the dish, the parts radio telescope from most other heritage listed buildings because it's still frontline scientific institution. Doing leading edge astronomy and as by signs why has it been heritage listed because it is such an icon of Australian science it was built in one, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty, one, it will celebrate his. Sixty. Right. Yes. Sixtieth birthday a next year. But since its construction. And is huge moblised facility I. Think it's one of the most beautiful telescopes in the world of any kind. Sixty four meter dish in the middle of sheet products and some very nice wooded avenues that when when they built I but they are now. That telescope. Commission back in nine hundred, sixty, one immediately started revolutionizing our understanding of the universe. In fact, one of the first highlights was. The following year sixty two when researchers discovered that our galaxy had has a magnetic field, which is about a million times weaker than the US magnetic field..

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"sixty four meters" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"sixty four meters" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

"Came to Venice thus also hit the earth after the giant impact. Theory must be will dry therefore preventing the replenishment of water on Earth. So the findings mean that the water we see on earth today must have been here since the planet's formation surviving the giant impact. The findings imply that the ancient earth as well as Venus and Myers likely all formed within a full budget of water and then slowly lost it over time because mass is much smaller. It likely lost this liquid water as the atmosphere's is paid into space as Venus. Will the results shine a complimentary on recent work? Advocating that water rations did once exist on the surface of that planet but since all boiled away it also helps constrain the maximum amount of water. That could be expected to be found on Venus thereby providing important information for each missions to assist the planet and can read that study in full in the journal Nature Geoscience. This is space time still to come. The POX radio telescope undergoing a major upgrade and OCCA- pre launch test for the James Webb Space Telescope. All that and much more still to come on space time the CEUS IRAS ICONIC POX. Radio Telescope is getting a major upgrade sixty four meter dishes being equipped with a new receiver that was significantly increase. The amount of sky can say anyone time thereby enabling new science the project will see the construction of the new generation sensitive receiver called a cry of PAF wants complete. You cry path will sit high above the famous. Parkes RADIO TELESCOPE DISH. Receiving radio signals reflected up from the parabolic dishes surface. It's the tickets will then convert the radio signals into electrical ones which can then be combined in different ways said that the telescope can look in several different directions. At once in fact the crap path.

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"sixty four meters" Discussed on SPACE NEWS POD

SPACE NEWS POD

03:01 min | 1 year ago

"sixty four meters" Discussed on SPACE NEWS POD

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"sixty four meters" Discussed on Brains On!

Brains On!

03:42 min | 2 years ago

"sixty four meters" Discussed on Brains On!

"You're listening to brains on I'm all I'm very Hawn. And I'm Molly now before we continue our sewer exploration. Let's go back to that mystery sound again here, it is one more time. Any new guesses after hearing it again, all e let's start with you. I think that it could be a wave whereas soon NAMI move, very good. And what do you think I think? No. I have no guesses. That is totally okay. Here is the answer. Hi. My name is Andrew Dow the sound of a washing machine if I close to my eyes and think about it. This sound reminds me of your planet. Oh, shoot have Holon everyday divided. Yeah. I mean, something we've all heard, but you guys were close. You heard some water some flushing some water treatments. You're on the right track. You know, just like when we flush the toilet the water from our dishwashers washing machine, sinks and bathtubs goes into the sewer too. And to tell us more about the stuff people are flushing and sending down the drain is brains on producer. Mark sanchez. Hi, mark. So far we've been following what happens to waste after it's been flushed. It's a whole process, right? But can you think of things that people might flush that maybe they aren't supposed to lights? I know what's that oil oil indeed whites and oil are a big part of the problem on the back to tell you about what comes to mind when I say, the word fat Berg have you guys ever heard of that word. No, no. Well, it actually has a lot to do with those oils and wipes that you were talking about the word fat. Berg is a combination of the words fat and iceberg, and that's pretty much what it is a big hard chunk of fats oils and grease clogging up sewer pipes. The white shovel fat Berg in east London. One hundred thirty ton monster about sixty four meters long, we think which is equivalent of about six double decker buses giant fat bug as big as Boeing seven four seven is being discovered looking his sewer in a seaside town one of Of the. the months just look at tend up in less to square on shepherd's Bush. It's one of the biggest ones we found a congealed concrete like massive all the stuff that people such down that toy plus down this things. So how do you think that something that can get the size of two football fields? How do you think that grows in the sewers of the world it gets clogged up from fat? But then poo MP can just push in it out. Right. Well, that would be nice. But unfortunately, we are not powerful enough to push a fat fabric out of the sewer. According to Joel do cost who researches fat bergh's at North Carolina State university. He's giant chunks of fat have the same consistency. As something that we use every day. What we've learned over the years is that it is formed from a chemical reaction very similar to what people have used to wash their bodies to making soaps so fat because. Essentially like a giant bar of soap, accept it smells much much worse. The chemical reaction Joel talked about is called subpoena fa- -cation and that happens when broken down fats oils and grease mixed with calcium this calcium leaks into the sewer from cracks in the pipes..

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"sixty four meters" Discussed on Spiritual Expositions

Spiritual Expositions

03:37 min | 2 years ago

"sixty four meters" Discussed on Spiritual Expositions

"Now, you have got so many mouths to feed. Do you think you can even think in in any time during the day that I am a free person? Nimmer you are never. Free knocked in this entire you news. You can never be free at all. So by the time, you come to the age of fifty and sixty four meters voted admit, I have to continue working, you know, why? Because I have to pay for this after that after pay for that I have to pay for that hundred endless stories. So what is the best thing to stop mind track? You know, my is playing this game continuously take this take this take this take this take this take these things, you know, you know, how I work in my world. Also when mice children's is garage. I need one one dress or something shot. So I said, okay, very nice. We should vote for the stop at. So you enter the job. You know? What is the first thing that I do I play my game. Anyway, as it one is not enough to eight three take four at five yesterday. I was giving the same. Listen in that, I said, you know, my is this game with you you need to say, no, I will not do it. It is your job. It's your duty. Remember the time when you were in college and somebody said how this how this thing in India restart maybe in collision nowadays, it may be in school. Also, we don't know. So how the no no, no how long have. No, finally. Okay. Okay. Little bit. And the person who it is only here. It is not liquor. You should have missed VR is not liquor. Just take it just it. So the person said, okay, fine. Nice. It's a hell dinky. So you have a healthy during and then you have another during an extent who more and then three one and then four more. And by the time you end up in maybe a few months later become a habit, so even in normal life. Also is the same thing Mayans. Always again, you pick one pick one buy one get one free. So when you buy one get one free, but do you get one free? And then by one note was to take the free one the Does new. anybody saying that? No. So my is always like the similar nothing wrong. You're stating that one little bit. So is it. Okay. Okay. I will take and then. Manager learn to add it whether they want you drink it warily when to use it. Nobody knows so understand this via doing it. It is Maya who is acting on new Maya who's telling you get married children. Do this do that. My my my everywhere is one of those who are having children can think about my in different. You know, you dread that time when the school send you a letter saying we are going to have p Minna parents day. We are going to have beaches Damon organ have this Dave in your liberating this Christmas, we are celebrating developed disallow. All why are you wanted? I knew think of who that is another five thousand rupees gone from this one's budget. You know, I don't know. How do you get five hundred hundred is gone from this budget? That is why do you want to get into that rut? So this is what it means. How Maya plays the game. And my is very smart Miami always issue on it is in your hands. It is not in anybody's hands. Please. Remember these words of mine is in your hands to tell my no, I don't want. I am not interested. Can I stop this over yourself, please? I don't want to go any further, and then you succeed in your spiritual..

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"sixty four meters" Discussed on BrainStuff

BrainStuff

06:08 min | 2 years ago

"sixty four meters" Discussed on BrainStuff

"Hey, brain stuff listeners today. I wanted to tell you about another podcast how to money, which is not your typical personal finance podcast, the hosts Matin Joel are best friends. Aiming not to lecture you but to make conversations about money. Interesting informative even fun every Wednesday. They cover real life money topics like ways to cut your grocery Bill. Why your house is an awful investment, and how to achieve financial independence, if you kind of second money, or if you just want to learn more about how you can support yourself and your future, you can listen and subscribe on apple podcasts the iheartradio app or wherever you get your podcasts. Just search for how to money. Welcome to brain stuff from how stuff works. Hey, brain stuff, Lauren Vogel. Bon here. Imagine a fine afternoon in Denver the mile high city behind quarterback Peyton Manning's explosive offensive. The Denver Broncos have amassed attended to record today. They're hosting the Tennessee titans squad. That's lost three of its past four games. The titans. Have put up a good fight over the first half hour of game. Play three seconds before. Halftime. The score is Tennessee Twenty-one Denver seventeen. And her Broncos kicker. Matt Prater trotting out to the Denver forty six yard line. He readies himself for the play of his life. A mighty kick. Sends the ball soaring end over end across the field as a nervous crowd holds its breath. And then the place erupts with ease the ball sails through the yellow crossbar in Tennessee's endzone. It's a longest completed field goal in NFL history. A perfectly made sixty four yard drill. A for metric friends. That's about fifty eight meters perhaps emboldened by prayers heroics. The Broncos go on to crush the titans of the second half, thus clinching a playoff berth. The game. I just described took place on December eighth twenty thirteen today. Prater sixty four yards still holds the all-time distance record. Although his accomplishment has never been bested. Jaw-dropping football kicks are nothing. New in the rocky mountains. Three of the five longest field goals that the NFL has ever seen were made in Denver's mile high stadium. Broncos great Jason Elam nailed a sixty three yarder there in one thousand nine hundred eight a feat that was matched by Sebastian Janikowski when his Oakland Raiders came to town thirteen years later, but to hear some sports fans tell it those three kicks should have Asterix attached the official elevation of Colorado's capital is exactly one mile. That's one thousand six hundred nine meters above sea level. No other NFL cities. It's anywhere close to that. Altitude of the runner up is Glendale Arizona, which is just one thousand feet or three hundred meters. Above sea level Denver's elevation does affect the sporting events up there when football's kicked Broncos home game. It's apt to cover more distance than it would in lower elev-. Nations. And this doesn't just affect three point field goals. Kickoffs tend to go farther as well. There's a book called football physics. The science of the game by one university of Nebraska, professor Timothy gay for it. He ran the numbers on eight different teams from cities that sit more or less at sea level like the Miami Dolphins and the New England Patriots that played at least one road game in Denver during the two thousand one or two thousand two seasons. He found that in those two years the visiting kickers from low elevation towns. Enjoyed some great numbers when they went to Denver up in Colorado. There kickoffs traveled seventy point one yards. That's sixty four meters on average back in their respective home fields. The average kickoff distance dropped by seven point three yards. That's six point six meters to understand those numbers will need to talk about air density pretend as I'm sure you want to that you have a jet pack, if you were to take off at sea level and travel through earth's atmosphere in a straight line up the density of the air around you would get lower as your altitude. Creased? This is due to a universal law as the distance between two objects grows the gravitational pull they exert on each other lessons and air molecules are not exempt the pole of earth's gravity is more strongly felt by molecules that are closer to the planet's center at or below sea level, gravitational attraction pacts the molecules tightly together and the weight of the molecules sitting higher up in the atmosphere really bears down on the ones occupying low elevations in consequence the air, it self grows, denser, the closer you get to the surface way up in the mile high city, the Air's only about eighty two percent as dense as it is at sea level a ball kicked skyward in Denver will therefore encounter fewer air molecules than it would in Miami. That's important to note because air molecules create drag drag is a force that pushes against solid bodies as they travel through fluids or gases, a punted or kicked football will run headlong into a steady barrage of air molecules their combined drag will slow it down sometimes dramatic. Early. But remember in ludens, the air molecules are fewer and farther between therefore football's can and often do encounter less drag in Denver Denver's altitude impacts baseball as well. A physicist and Red Sox fan. Alan Nathan reports that fly balls at chorus field. Go proximity five percent farther than they do at Fenway park in Boston yet kicking on the Broncos home turf won't guarantee success for kickers or punters altitude reduces air density, and by extension drag but cold weather increases it and boy can Colorado get chilly. A twenty eleven survey of NFL statistical records found that in outdoor games. Played at temperatures of thirty nine degrees Fahrenheit, that's four degrees celsius or lower field goal. Accuracy drops by one point seven percent while the average partly is about one yard shorter than normal. These findings hold true throughout the league. So it's to Matt Prater credit that his record-breaking field goals split the uprights from sixty four yards out. Even though Denver. It's temperature had fallen. Just fourteen degrees Fahrenheit that's negative ten celsius at the time. Whatever the weather kicking specialists need to be on guard against complacency Denver's reputation as the mecca of ultra-long field goals is well established across the league. According to players that mile high mystique can trick visiting kickers into overestimating their abilities. We could say that when in doubt always air on the side of caution.

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Do Footballs Fly Farther in Denver?

BrainStuff

05:19 min | 2 years ago

Do Footballs Fly Farther in Denver?

"Imagine a fine afternoon in Denver the mile high city behind quarterback Peyton Manning's explosive offensive. The Denver Broncos have amassed attended to record today. They're hosting the Tennessee titans squad. That's lost three of its past four games. The titans. Have put up a good fight over the first half hour of game. Play three seconds before. Halftime. The score is Tennessee Twenty-one Denver seventeen. And her Broncos kicker. Matt Prater trotting out to the Denver forty six yard line. He readies himself for the play of his life. A mighty kick. Sends the ball soaring end over end across the field as a nervous crowd holds its breath. And then the place erupts with ease the ball sails through the yellow crossbar in Tennessee's endzone. It's a longest completed field goal in NFL history. A perfectly made sixty four yard drill. A for metric friends. That's about fifty eight meters perhaps emboldened by prayers heroics. The Broncos go on to crush the titans of the second half, thus clinching a playoff berth. The game. I just described took place on December eighth twenty thirteen today. Prater sixty four yards still holds the all-time distance record. Although his accomplishment has never been bested. Jaw-dropping football kicks are nothing. New in the rocky mountains. Three of the five longest field goals that the NFL has ever seen were made in Denver's mile high stadium. Broncos great Jason Elam nailed a sixty three yarder there in one thousand nine hundred eight a feat that was matched by Sebastian Janikowski when his Oakland Raiders came to town thirteen years later, but to hear some sports fans tell it those three kicks should have Asterix attached the official elevation of Colorado's capital is exactly one mile. That's one thousand six hundred nine meters above sea level. No other NFL cities. It's anywhere close to that. Altitude of the runner up is Glendale Arizona, which is just one thousand feet or three hundred meters. Above sea level Denver's elevation does affect the sporting events up there when football's kicked Broncos home game. It's apt to cover more distance than it would in lower elev-. Nations. And this doesn't just affect three point field goals. Kickoffs tend to go farther as well. There's a book called football physics. The science of the game by one university of Nebraska, professor Timothy gay for it. He ran the numbers on eight different teams from cities that sit more or less at sea level like the Miami Dolphins and the New England Patriots that played at least one road game in Denver during the two thousand one or two thousand two seasons. He found that in those two years the visiting kickers from low elevation towns. Enjoyed some great numbers when they went to Denver up in Colorado. There kickoffs traveled seventy point one yards. That's sixty four meters on average back in their respective home fields. The average kickoff distance dropped by seven point three yards. That's six point six meters to understand those numbers will need to talk about air density pretend as I'm sure you want to that you have a jet pack, if you were to take off at sea level and travel through earth's atmosphere in a straight line up the density of the air around you would get lower as your altitude. Creased? This is due to a universal law as the distance between two objects grows the gravitational pull they exert on each other lessons and air molecules are not exempt the pole of earth's gravity is more strongly felt by molecules that are closer to the planet's center at or below sea level, gravitational attraction pacts the molecules tightly together and the weight of the molecules sitting higher up in the atmosphere really bears down on the ones occupying low elevations in consequence the air, it self grows, denser, the closer you get to the surface way up in the mile high city, the Air's only about eighty two percent as dense as it is at sea level a ball kicked skyward in Denver will therefore encounter fewer air molecules than it would in Miami. That's important to note because air molecules create drag drag is a force that pushes against solid bodies as they travel through fluids or gases, a punted or kicked football will run headlong into a steady barrage of air molecules their combined drag will slow it down sometimes dramatic. Early. But remember in ludens, the air molecules are fewer and farther between therefore football's can and often do encounter less drag in Denver Denver's altitude impacts baseball as well. A physicist and Red Sox fan. Alan Nathan reports that fly balls at chorus field. Go proximity five percent farther than they do at Fenway park in Boston yet kicking on the Broncos home turf won't guarantee success for kickers or punters altitude reduces air density, and by extension drag but cold weather increases it and boy can Colorado get chilly. A twenty eleven survey of NFL statistical records found that in outdoor games. Played at temperatures of thirty nine degrees Fahrenheit, that's four degrees celsius or lower field goal. Accuracy drops by one point seven percent while the average partly is about one yard shorter than normal. These findings hold true throughout the league. So it's to Matt Prater credit that his record-breaking field goals split the uprights from sixty four yards out. Even though Denver. It's temperature had fallen. Just fourteen degrees Fahrenheit that's negative ten celsius at the time. Whatever the weather kicking specialists need to be on guard against complacency Denver's reputation as the mecca of ultra-long field goals is well established across the league. According to players that mile high mystique can trick visiting kickers into overestimating their abilities. We could say that when in doubt always air on the side of

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"sixty four meters" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

08:11 min | 2 years ago

"sixty four meters" Discussed on No Agenda

"Christopher Plummer. Starring in it of this story. And if you don't know Harrison Berge with the story is you must get this from the show notes and show notes dot com. Make sure it's highlighted prominently or just go to the YouTube, and and look for Harrison Bergereon movie Vonnegut, maybe and it's about an hour and thirty seven minutes, but it shows you to the t- what we are going through today in social Justice and how we are trying to equalize everybody make it fair. And obviously how it works out in the story. Have you ever seen that? I know we've talked about if you ever actually seen one of those. I just so long ago. Well, yes, I might have seen it years ago. And I don't even remember I don't remember much. But I do remember my commentary that you know, these guys are bringing, you know, running people off campus or not letting people speaks, you know, the the Janas and all these other characters they will it always backfires. And now you have a situation where of all people was disinvited to an event is of all people is the really famous old lefty from the past Angela Davis. She was this. Angela Davis play it. My goodness. Civil rights leader. Angela Davis has responded to the Birmingham civil right institutes decision to revoke a human rights award in her honor of her activism for Palestinian rights and criticism of Israel. Davis says she was stunned by the move and statement, she responded, the recinding of this invitation and the cancellation of the event where was scheduled to speak with not primarily an attack against me. But rather? They're against the very spirit of the indivisibility of Justice. She said Davis will instead appear at an alternative event in Birmingham in her honor. In the ass. Doesn't it on craze? I've been working on this. This document is produced by the equity office in Austin. I I can't go through it today. But man, we're bunch of racist people here in Austin to read this report. Everything's institutionalized all racism in Austin this institutionalized racist. It is. I mean when you really like, yeah. I don't know. If it's, you know, hey, I don't know marking it up. There's a lot to go through. I'll see if it's I think it's show worthy. Some of it. Some just crazy. But yeah, Austin is kind of the pinnacle of the prime example sticker gated schools. Call these rich people who have Bidault in their in their yard sign. They all their kids are one hundred percent white schools are. Mix. I'm glad I don't have kids going to school can ridicule. Other people. So here in California, just had my one one less clip is Gavin Newsom. You wonder why the lot of Latinos are wanted to come to California fill up the stake day have to vote democrat, of course, illegally. But that's just the way it works here, but newsome's giving away free medical everybody in California governor Gavin Newsom introduced healthcare proposal on his first day in office that would strengthen the Affordable Care Act and expand healthcare access for undocumented youth up to the age of twenty six California's Medicaid program currently covers undocumented youth up to the age of nineteen. The plan would also restore the individual mandate in California, which was revoked in two thousand seventeen Republican tax Bill while you guys got your own country going over there. Oh, yeah. Early trend do same thing in New York. Same kind of thing New York, by the way, that you get free medical most. Segregated schools in the United States in New York. Well. The judge. Maybe you got you east and west coast is you should get together. I'm feeling pretty good here in the fly over part of the country. I think we should be putting a separate kind of a split state with big middle. I do have a report got to where we have a few more minutes. Here's a couple of things. I can do other stuff will move over to Sunday. Modern modern problems modern modern problems in the UK. Well, we've got a most of fat onto the seafront hair in Sidmouth about sixty four meters long. We think which is the equivalent of about six double decker buses. So this is creative fat, but also with wet while some things so I'll message particularly around toilet the way people use a toilet to flush the three Ps not is pay paper nothing else. Everything else needs to go in the bin and the same applies with fats in the kitchen sink. Don't pull fat down the kitchen sink. It needs to go into a container. Also, put in the been this is really not true. What you could most by fat, which some soap and hot water is just find dump it down the drains. Have you seen any of these fat bergs? In the sewer, sixty meters long. Let's people put fat down the drain where they don't emulsifier getting blamed for it is toilet wipes. That's that's what that's the one thing. I keep hearing toilet wipes toilet. Why toilet wipes or are? They going to go the way of the straw. I'll betcha they are. This is this is our exit strategy. We need recyclable toilet wipes or something like that or go. Yeah. You take you wipe your butt, and then you wash into dinner in the washing machine if you times, and then you can use it again, not or or maybe better people aren't going to do that. We should have some kind of but wipe where it's kind of like a mitten. And so after you wiped, and you fold it inside out. No, then you can dispose of it in the bin. The whole thing is just. I think maybe they want to get one of those. Already sounds expensive item doesn't sell like a great exit strategies thinking, we'll know. That's all these ideas have been. Oh, man. It'd be so mean to me now, I got some bad ones too. Cheryl. Yes, show Atkinson is back on the vaccine thing. Showing that you know, the. The researcher who is the professor who was asked to testify in behalf of the government at told them that in some cases, vaccines do cause autism. If she's it's not really new information. But she's bringing it back, and I'm happy she's doing that. Would you like to hear that just the wondering what she doesn't do? More more stuff. She focuses on this too much. But yes. But he says, and I believe the reason that she does this is because it was exactly the stories that got her fired in the first place. So she she is kind of the got a bone to pick. She does a two parter thirty seconds on the first one we investigate one of the biggest medical controversies that our time vaccine's. There's little dispute about this much back seen saved many lives and rarely they injure or kill a special federal vaccine court has paid out billions for injuries from brain damage to death. But not for the form of brain injury. We call autism. Now, we have remarkable new information a respected pro vaccine medical expert used by the federal government to debunk the vaccine autism link says vaccines can cause autism after all he claims he told that the government officials long ago, but they kept it secret. So those those who don't remember shale Atkinson she

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"sixty four meters" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

06:11 min | 2 years ago

"sixty four meters" Discussed on No Agenda

"Christopher Plummer. Starring in it of this story. And if you don't know Harrison Berge with the story is you must get this from the show notes and show notes dot com. Make sure it's highlighted prominently or just go to the YouTube, and and look for Harrison Bergereon movie Vonnegut, maybe and it's about an hour and thirty seven minutes, but it shows you to the t- what we are going through today in social Justice and how we are trying to equalize everybody make it fair. And obviously how it works out in the story. Have you ever seen that? I know we've talked about if you ever actually seen one of those. I just so long ago. Well, yes, I might have seen it years ago. And I don't even remember I don't remember much. But I do remember my commentary that you know, these guys are bringing, you know, running people off campus or not letting people speaks, you know, the the Janas and all these other characters they will it always backfires. And now you have a situation where of all people was disinvited to an event is of all people is the really famous old lefty from the past Angela Davis. She was this. Angela Davis play it. My goodness. Civil rights leader. Angela Davis has responded to the Birmingham civil right institutes decision to revoke a human rights award in her honor of her activism for Palestinian rights and criticism of Israel. Davis says she was stunned by the move and statement, she responded, the recinding of this invitation and the cancellation of the event where was scheduled to speak with not primarily an attack against me. But rather? They're against the very spirit of the indivisibility of Justice. She said Davis will instead appear at an alternative event in Birmingham in her honor. In the ass. Doesn't it on craze? I've been working on this. This document is produced by the equity office in Austin. I I can't go through it today. But man, we're bunch of racist people here in Austin to read this report. Everything's institutionalized all racism in Austin this institutionalized racist. It is. I mean when you really like, yeah. I don't know. If it's, you know, hey, I don't know marking it up. There's a lot to go through. I'll see if it's I think it's show worthy. Some of it. Some just crazy. But yeah, Austin is kind of the pinnacle of the prime example sticker gated schools. Call these rich people who have Bidault in their in their yard sign. They all their kids are one hundred percent white schools are. Mix. I'm glad I don't have kids going to school can ridicule. Other people. So here in California, just had my one one less clip is Gavin Newsom. You wonder why the lot of Latinos are wanted to come to California fill up the stake day have to vote democrat, of course, illegally. But that's just the way it works here, but newsome's giving away free medical everybody in California governor Gavin Newsom introduced healthcare proposal on his first day in office that would strengthen the Affordable Care Act and expand healthcare access for undocumented youth up to the age of twenty six California's Medicaid program currently covers undocumented youth up to the age of nineteen. The plan would also restore the individual mandate in California, which was revoked in two thousand seventeen Republican tax Bill while you guys got your own country going over there. Oh, yeah. Early trend do same thing in New York. Same kind of thing New York, by the way, that you get free medical most. Segregated schools in the United States in New York. Well. The judge. Maybe you got you east and west coast is you should get together. I'm feeling pretty good here in the fly over part of the country. I think we should be putting a separate kind of a split state with big middle. I do have a report got to where we have a few more minutes. Here's a couple of things. I can do other stuff will move over to Sunday. Modern modern problems modern modern problems in the UK. Well, we've got a most of fat onto the seafront hair in Sidmouth about sixty four meters long. We think which is the equivalent of about six double decker buses. So this is creative fat, but also with wet while some things so I'll message particularly around toilet the way people use a toilet to flush the three Ps not is pay paper nothing else. Everything else needs to go in the bin and the same applies with fats in the kitchen sink. Don't pull fat down the kitchen sink. It needs to go into a container. Also, put in the been this is really not true. What you could most by fat, which some soap and hot water is just find dump it down the drains. Have you seen any of these fat bergs? In the sewer, sixty meters long. Let's people put fat down the drain where they don't emulsifier getting blamed for it is toilet wipes. That's that's what that's the one thing. I keep hearing toilet wipes toilet. Why toilet wipes or are? They going to go the way of the straw. I'll betcha they are. This is this is our exit strategy. We need recyclable toilet wipes or something like that or go. Yeah. You take you wipe your butt, and then you wash into dinner in the washing machine if you times, and then you can use it again, not or or maybe better people aren't going to do that. We should have some kind of but wipe where it's kind of like a mitten. And so after you

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"sixty four meters" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

04:57 min | 2 years ago

"sixty four meters" Discussed on No Agenda

"Christopher Plummer. Starring in it of this story. And if you don't know Harrison Berge with the story is you must get this from the show notes and show notes dot com. Make sure it's highlighted prominently or just go to the YouTube, and and look for Harrison Bergereon movie Vonnegut, maybe and it's about an hour and thirty seven minutes, but it shows you to the t- what we are going through today in social Justice and how we are trying to equalize everybody make it fair. And obviously how it works out in the story. Have you ever seen that? I know we've talked about if you ever actually seen one of those. I just so long ago. Well, yes, I might have seen it years ago. And I don't even remember I don't remember much. But I do remember my commentary that you know, these guys are bringing, you know, running people off campus or not letting people speaks, you know, the the Janas and all these other characters they will it always backfires. And now you have a situation where of all people was disinvited to an event is of all people is the really famous old lefty from the past Angela Davis. She was this. Angela Davis play it. My goodness. Civil rights leader. Angela Davis has responded to the Birmingham civil right institutes decision to revoke a human rights award in her honor of her activism for Palestinian rights and criticism of Israel. Davis says she was stunned by the move and statement, she responded, the recinding of this invitation and the cancellation of the event where was scheduled to speak with not primarily an attack against me. But rather? They're against the very spirit of the indivisibility of Justice. She said Davis will instead appear at an alternative event in Birmingham in her honor. In the ass. Doesn't it on craze? I've been working on this. This document is produced by the equity office in Austin. I I can't go through it today. But man, we're bunch of racist people here in Austin to read this report. Everything's institutionalized all racism in Austin this institutionalized racist. It is. I mean when you really like, yeah. I don't know. If it's, you know, hey, I don't know marking it up. There's a lot to go through. I'll see if it's I think it's show worthy. Some of it. Some just crazy. But yeah, Austin is kind of the pinnacle of the prime example sticker gated schools. Call these rich people who have Bidault in their in their yard sign. They all their kids are one hundred percent white schools are. Mix. I'm glad I don't have kids going to school can ridicule. Other people. So here in California, just had my one one less clip is Gavin Newsom. You wonder why the lot of Latinos are wanted to come to California fill up the stake day have to vote democrat, of course, illegally. But that's just the way it works here, but newsome's giving away free medical everybody in California governor Gavin Newsom introduced healthcare proposal on his first day in office that would strengthen the Affordable Care Act and expand healthcare access for undocumented youth up to the age of twenty six California's Medicaid program currently covers undocumented youth up to the age of nineteen. The plan would also restore the individual mandate in California, which was revoked in two thousand seventeen Republican tax Bill while you guys got your own country going over there. Oh, yeah. Early trend do same thing in New York. Same kind of thing New York, by the way, that you get free medical most. Segregated schools in the United States in New York. Well. The judge. Maybe you got you east and west coast is you should get together. I'm feeling pretty good here in the fly over part of the country. I think we should be putting a separate kind of a split state with big middle. I do have a report got to where we have a few more minutes. Here's a couple of things. I can do other stuff will move over to Sunday. Modern modern problems modern modern problems in the UK. Well, we've got a most of fat onto the seafront hair in Sidmouth about sixty four meters long. We think which is the equivalent of about six double decker buses. So this is creative fat, but also with wet while some things so I'll message particularly around toilet the way people use a toilet

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"sixty four meters" Discussed on NASACast Audio

NASACast Audio

04:43 min | 2 years ago

"sixty four meters" Discussed on NASACast Audio

"I, hey, let me introduce you to our viewers. Here we have Darlene Lim. She is a scientist here at NASA Ames, and she's leading this project. We're going to hear more about and next to her is Chris German. He's a senior scientist at woods hole ocean graphs. Hey, so where are you tell us? We are. We're on. We're studio of the amazing Nautilus, which is the ship that we're all on and the ship's bow sixty four meters. I think in the land that's about right and that is that a crew of just shy of fifty. So we're kind of tucked away on the second level, some kind of main level, and we're not sick, which is a good thing for a little about them. Yuck hurricane. And yeah, this this whole ship was not smelling too good and. Yeah, all the name of science about twenty miles south of the big island of Hawaii. Nice. I can see the ocean little bit and through the window behind you. Moving down. It's much as it was. Yeah. Okay. Lucky better. See state right now. Good. All right. So we're going to talk about your project which conveniently or appropriately is called subsea because you're going so, but I suspect that's an acronym sub seed. Very fortuitous feels like it's an acronym, right? Yeah. What does it stand for and in a nutshell, what are you doing out there? Okay. Let's let's make sure we're remember because the way that those me funny because just a little secret, but it put our project name together. One of the times we pick out word and then we've put it. And they can actually add some words of this word. That makes sense. And so I make sense, but it's like systematic underwater biological science ex soon. You can play on the chat. Yeah, we'll write a proposal. You got it better. Okay. So what does that mean? We're doing science doing exploration. It's an analog what we are. Yeah, it's actually a really fun analog in. It's a partnership between NASA exploration trust, and it's an analog that allows us to explore our earth's ocean as a point of comparison to ocean world systems such as it as. But the other thing is that entire operational setup that we use to do our science on the ship and from shore where we actually have a whole tucked away in Rhode Island that are interacting with us while we actually do that's called Tele presence. And that's an amazing analog as well for future mission concepts for human spaceflight called low latency teller botic. So there's kind of multiple levels of and multiple different things going on this project which are geared at being analogous to differ operational physical environments. And so it turns the science, actually, this is why. I wanted their Christian and he's like our deputy amazing chiefs dissed give really nice boat review in deep dive for better term. Nice. Nice. Okay. Myself. We say and tech, yes. Right, right. Okay. So I wanted to say we keep saying analogue and that means for people. Yeah. Do you want to explain this a similar situation on earth? It's it's a, an environment aren't earth that we think has some similarities to some kind of planetary environment that we're interested in. So when we're looking at the ocean, world's these icy moons with a whole lot of liquid on the inside. Then the sea environment is one of our closest analogues to that. That's right. But it's a fancier name. It's a fancy name. Yeah, to have long words, scientific. So as Darlene just said, there are a lot of different elements to sub. So darling, the way I think of it is different storylines and it's like choose your own adventure when you're talking about sub sea. So first of all you off them, yeah. You wanna talk about the science storyline. Tell us, what is the object of your exploration, the volcano. I'll give you a quick high level and then I'm have Chris, like dude magic..

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"sixty four meters" Discussed on NASA In Silicon Valley

NASA In Silicon Valley

04:43 min | 2 years ago

"sixty four meters" Discussed on NASA In Silicon Valley

"I, hey, let me introduce you to our viewers. Here we have Darlene Lim. She is a scientist here at NASA Ames, and she's leading this project. We're going to hear more about and next to her is Chris German. He's a senior scientist at woods hole ocean graphs. Hey, so where are you tell us? We are. We're on. We're studio of the amazing Nautilus, which is the ship that we're all on and the ship's bow sixty four meters. I think in the land that's about right and that is that a crew of just shy of fifty. So we're kind of tucked away on the second level, some kind of main level, and we're not sick, which is a good thing for a little about them. Yuck hurricane. And yeah, this this whole ship was not smelling too good and. Yeah, all the name of science about twenty miles south of the big island of Hawaii. Nice. I can see the ocean little bit and through the window behind you. Moving down. It's much as it was. Yeah. Okay. Lucky better. See state right now. Good. All right. So we're going to talk about your project which conveniently or appropriately is called subsea because you're going so, but I suspect that's an acronym sub seed. Very fortuitous feels like it's an acronym, right? Yeah. What does it stand for and in a nutshell, what are you doing out there? Okay. Let's let's make sure we're remember because the way that those me funny because just a little secret, but it put our project name together. One of the times we pick out word and then we've put it. And they can actually add some words of this word. That makes sense. And so I make sense, but it's like systematic underwater biological science ex soon. You can play on the chat. Yeah, we'll write a proposal. You got it better. Okay. So what does that mean? We're doing science doing exploration. It's an analog what we are. Yeah, it's actually a really fun analog in. It's a partnership between NASA exploration trust, and it's an analog that allows us to explore our earth's ocean as a point of comparison to ocean world systems such as it as. But the other thing is that entire operational setup that we use to do our science on the ship and from shore where we actually have a whole tucked away in Rhode Island that are interacting with us while we actually do that's called Tele presence. And that's an amazing analog as well for future mission concepts for human spaceflight called low latency teller botic. So there's kind of multiple levels of and multiple different things going on this project which are geared at being analogous to differ operational physical environments. And so it turns the science, actually, this is why. I wanted their Christian and he's like our deputy amazing chiefs dissed give really nice boat review in deep dive for better term. Nice. Nice. Okay. Myself. We say and tech, yes. Right, right. Okay. So I wanted to say we keep saying analogue and that means for people. Yeah. Do you want to explain this a similar situation on earth? It's it's a, an environment aren't earth that we think has some similarities to some kind of planetary environment that we're interested in. So when we're looking at the ocean, world's these icy moons with a whole lot of liquid on the inside. Then the sea environment is one of our closest analogues to that. That's right. But it's a fancier name. It's a fancy name. Yeah, to have long words, scientific. So as Darlene just said, there are a lot of different elements to sub. So darling, the way I think of it is different storylines and it's like choose your own adventure when you're talking about sub sea. So first of all you off them, yeah. You wanna talk about the science storyline. Tell us, what is the object of your exploration, the volcano. I'll give you a quick high level and then I'm have Chris, like dude magic..

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"sixty four meters" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"sixty four meters" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"Cesky struggle with call cisco ominously french because we're kind of in valdosta where they start speak french and then the close som punta leo leo both heart not particularly high sixteen hundred and twenty three meters sixteen hundred sixty four meters do if you do do you have a low contri to try to stir things up on those climbs old do you three kilometres from the finish tomorrow just go nuclear an unjust give it a big old hoik and to get and try to find thirty seconds in the hope that your team's been able to control the stage before there isn't a break down the road and there are further ten seconds but seconds of grabs there is clear imbalance in the in the teams you know the from we've seen sky do that so many times here's a team that is more than able to to control things world they've lost vassal cure anchor so very strong team with clearly some raters going very well so there in nine defense mode aren't they i mean they just have to right on the front and we heard the other day in in the siamese press conference but he was asked why he was able to tack and gain time here and we're not we don't see that so much of france he said it's because of the funds team sky writing tempur on the front and not allowing people to right now if some of the stronger team they could do that perhaps shed some of rooms teammates and try to isolate and good luck levine really i don't see that happening so it's really difficult from tom for him to be if it was the other way ryan the neighbors for seconds ahead it'd be a far more simple proposition for him for him to claim by claim he's gonna have to hope that from has dug so deep today he does suffer tomorrow and his form has been very radic here you know you wanna.

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"sixty four meters" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:40 min | 3 years ago

"sixty four meters" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Sindarius thornwell twenty my listeners that the dinai and not long after a time you set this remarkable record at audrey master it attempted to beat it and died during the attempt to be honest it completely rocked my world added that something like that should happen and am truthfully i did not talk about my experience at the bottom of the ripe for about ten years because i couldn't believe that she had such a similar experience at the bottom of the robe didn't live so am i i was sad at yeah it was awful even before in even before audrey attempt to the dive i was ready and excited about somebody attempting it in going deeper and an and beating the record because i think the best thing that can happen is somebody shows you that that they can do better because that just means you can be better i am so i'll never reconcile that as being part of my s story and it is part of my story there's there's no way chiampi but very dear friends luik low found the frenchman who i had beaten with this record went on to to beat me shortly after he was the first man to beat me with a dive i think to either hundred and sixty two hundred sixty four meters icon member and but then in training to go deeper he also lost his life and that is one that also i mean a devastated me more because he was a friend but but is is is something that i do is just a not something i'll ever be able to reconcile either an the record you set has been beaten in the men's category but it still stands as women's record for two thousand and to i mean that that is an extraordinary achievement and something that i guess you will you will always have witty yeah and yeah the fact that the record santa fifteen years is insane to me i am and i'm i'm but i just welcome the day that somebody comes along and and breaks it but late free diving is not what we're doing a free diving is what everybody else does on holiday and thus what it should be thought of its you innate sheriff surrounded by nature and having a really great time mm still when i go back home to grand cayman the first thing i want to do is put my moscowon and just go lay on the sand and watch the.

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"sixty four meters" Discussed on KFGO

KFGO

02:18 min | 4 years ago

"sixty four meters" Discussed on KFGO

"Is injured seven i decay of geo let's see how the markets are doing the tool twenty two the dow is up one hundred nineteen that's up a little bit from the last time the dow is up twelve and the nasdaq is plus thirty one now let's see how the commodities are doing here is sarah heinrich remillard grains are in the red right now with july corn done a nickel and a quarter to three seventy two us and ten percent in the clinic quarter to three seventy nine slaying wheat opinion three quarters lower to five thirty seven september at forty six down three quarters of a sense july beans at nine sixty three down three and a quarter while honestly beans are down three and a half since two nine sixty four meter is a dollar twenty eight hired a one thirty nine sixty eight august feeder kennel up a buck fortyfive june life chandler one fifteen thirty three up sixty three cents and mainly in hong sent sixty seven eighty three down forty pennies governor mark dayton has sent a letter to president trump in regards to how trade policy with canada is impacting gary producers recently miss minnesota in wisconsin deary farmers were notified by wisconsin these grasslands than effective me first grand slam will no longer accept their milk due to a new trade policy in canada that restricts us deary imports incense termination could cause many of those farmers to be permanently ending their operations unless decisive actions are taken immediately by the us government recently the canadian government begins implementing new national ingredients strategy which incentives science canada canadian processors to shift away from using jury imports from the united states dayton is asking in the letter for trump's secretary agriculture in us trade representatives to immediately engaged with canadian officials resolve the trade disputes with your egg news i'm and ranch director sarah heinrich for the money a ninety tf g l sure other banks may have spotless floors but many of our customers and employees are in their income from agriculture sons just natural they're going to bring in the field and with them and that's just fine you see these remained in the first day thank that routes down in north dakota we understand when he takes the inauguration growing and we've been helping generations of growers do exactly that don't mind the mud under men and talk with one of our financial eggs specialists grow your operation with the governor.

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"sixty four meters" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:41 min | 5 years ago

"sixty four meters" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"On sports from around the world his done a page andrea leavened at the real olympics in gymnastics simone biles won her fourth in goals by winning the floor exercise fell on merrick an alley rays min one silver any team flourished great britain to braun's now wilson the briton two bronze in the men's wears on a bar in women's basketball for us blast and japan won tennis sixty four to reach one of the semi finals they've got to be very happy with that the way they played in seven three look we can with ease he was livid with fantasy to the semifinals day they'll face france which beat canada in the quarter final game serbia edged australia seventy three to seventy wonder reached the other semi final where del faced spain which top turkey sixty four sixty two and their quarter final in track and field americans christian taylor and will play won gold and silver and the triple jump then clay jumped into the stanton proposed was girlfriend us picture queen harrison julien of canada won gold in the high jumps brought to silver of brazil won gold in the pulled off the lone russian track and field athlete if human picks daria question of philip six point sixty four meters honor first attempt in the women's long jump on tuesday night she was only cleared to compete on monday when she won her doping appeal i'm donna page veteran bloomberg nbc world sports update global business news twenty four hours a day but don't caught the radio for last mobile your radio it was the business flash from bloomberg european headquarters here in london and from select quote with marcus affiliated with this bloomberg radio.

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