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"twenty million light years" Discussed on Earn Your Happy

Earn Your Happy

11:37 min | 3 months ago

"twenty million light years" Discussed on Earn Your Happy

"Welcome back to an episode of questionably awesome where people ask questions and you just say awesome. Awesome Awesome Awesome Look Warning. Good Morning. What that's what. We just said about all their questions. Awesome also agree. We don't know not sure in that boat with you. Isn't that funny? That people like WANNA ask US questions. I'm really honestly. I very honored that people think I know what to do and I. I think the questions are aimed towards you. Thank God but I don't think so. Here's what I think. I literally think people love the contrast of our answers to questions and then I think we like often we come together on them but I do love the contrast of questions because or of answers because it's so much more like I feel like I talk too much and that you size it down like you're like that's a really great massive bowl of eclectic whatever you had in there like. Do you know that one meal that nobody wants to order? That has like it's. It's good because it's spaghetti. It's like Pasta and Spaghetti but it also has clams and then squid and then a lotta stuff like some weird seafood and throw some fish and that's about to expire from the restaurant and you're like oh I see I see where the Spaghetti is but you. You just like put so much seafood in here that I'm so distracted so I feel like that's my answers and you're like look at this Walnut Crockett. That's your answer. Here's your walnuts. Wow as you're making me sound wiser than I am Larry Them. He's a lot or I just essentially said you're nuts. I don't know. Yeah that's more like it. It's a bowl of goldfish. So it's it's totally by a life going in California. Well I feel like life has been really really actually quite amazing because of what I've been focusing on but before you guys get into this podcast I just want to let you know that it's not going to go up from here This is a podcast where we come on and we get to connect with each other and have the best time of our lives for about thirty minutes and then we go back to being normal like we have this like world suit of like muscles. Watch our thing I am and here. We can just be spaghetti and nuts so yes getting nuts anew delicious combination. I think they do have spaghetti. Anyway how is my world? Let's see Well let me just tell you. This morning is so sunny so I am like basking in the Sun. It's starting to feel a little bit like summer here in California. Okay it always feels like somewhere in California but the mornings when the mornings get warm. That's when you're like oh man I can smell a It just smells like a good day and also I am having so much fun building this new business and you know it's it's crazy. I want to share something because I could absolutely say I'm having like such a hard time building this business but that's literally everything I've ever experienced. And if I look at it as puzzle pieces that I get to do like all of these different creative things and talk to all of these epoch. Women like I'm having the most amazing phone calls with women who are twenty million light years ahead of me but I'm so enjoying it where I even noticed when I first started these phone calls. I was like I don't even know what to ask. I'm not smart enough. This is whore. I feel so uncomfortable so I just WANNA I wanNA point out like I'm really focusing on what I get to do. And how amazing this is and how exciting it is. And how when SRI puzzle pieces fit all I all I get to do is like throw them out and look at the other puzzle pieces. It's so interesting so I truly am looking at how awesome it is and how diverse this is and how fun it is to be in something so new that. I never have a moment of boredom. So yeah I just WanNa say what you focus on his. Truly what you're gonNA find because I could say this is really uncomfortable and I don't know if I'm going to succeed or I could look at. Oh my God. I'm so glad that every day is new. I get to be creative and I'm meeting these incredible women that I've always wanted to meet so it's really epic. It sounds like you're coming to it with a really thankful perspective. I am like but that that has to be chosen every single day. You know speaking of choosing thankful perspective every single day. I know that you are with your in laws and while inlaws are always like there. I know that all in Leser always known to be your favorite people on the planet. No I'm just kidding. 'cause they really are like actually my in laws are really the most epic people that? I think I've met in my life but it's family so you also have to learn how to navigate it. Here's the thing you're not meant to live under the roof of your in-laws you're just not like a- unless they have some sort of sprawling ranch guest house and back then I'd consider it so because you guys were in California quarantining Early on right when you heard this. You're like no no. We're going to go so we can be with family because we can work from essentially anywhere so you went back and you have been now for. Is it over a month yet? It's been over a mind. Holy smokes okay. So tell tell the people how is it i? I need to know updates every single month and I also need to know what your favorite meal that your mill mother-in-law made for you. Oh my mill makes so much good food Honestly I was having this conversation with Adam and that the second icon of Started to be more accepting of being in a new place and not making When you're just kind of accept where you are things get so much easier you I don't know it sounds so easy but it was. I was just being really resistant. So we don't know what our next plan is. And what are we doing? And how long are we here in? This is not our routine and it's like just chill out and go with the flow. Do what you can and has made a huge difference and atoms. Parents are amazing so They have been so accommodating to us. And I'd say my favorite meal trying to think. Oh she made lasagna. Last night that was out of this world. Tell me all about it. How many layers I think it had like three or four layers. It was Heaven Real Mozzarella she actually uses cottage cheese or she does delicious. Take the next level. Everything is just. She loves cooking and she makes everything was such care and joy. And it's really. It's really nice. I'm in a very cushy inside so nice isn't it nice to feel like because here's the thing you move out you move away from your mom or your family and you don't really get like nurtured by a female like that so sometimes in the presence and when my mother-in-law does it or my mom or like even when. I I really miss by Neil Salon because I feel so nurtured by them like they I think it was something about even just like they. They literally seem like they love acts of service like when they massage your neck or they're like so excited to see you or when my mother-in-law thinks of me and cook something like chicken soup if I'm a little like under the weather. I'm like this is so nurturing. It is an English by yeah. It's so special as women. I just feel like like we need to remember to do something like nurturing like that and even this is so crazy like I don't know what happened in my twenty S. I think I had friends who were very like they needed to be really really cool So like as females. We never like really hugged or like braided each other's hair or put made like I was always that girl who wanted to put makeup on you do your hair and like Oh my God. I don't know like all of those nurturing things like hogs and touch and whatever and and I stopped doing that to the point where I like will notice if I have friends and I like just WANNA I'm like. Oh let me read your hair. Let me say like just random stuff like that. That's very female and nurturing and I have held back for years now unlike okay. You're a lot like you can nurture and it feels so incredibly good. We are such natural nurtures. We WanNA nurture our friends like that's a lot of times we cook or or we want to cook and do those things that I think. We should actually pay attention to put people if you want to. I think I put I put makeup on you deny Evans. You did but makeup on me. Do you know that that's like the ultimate act of me loving? Somebody just say you know. I must have liked you from the very beginning. That was nice. It was like when I met you. Were probably having the worst time of your life but I was great. I remember your Super Lachey. I did turn really watching because I think I was really nervous. And I've always been scared my makeup done but you know now I'm over it. Oh my God if people don't know what we're talking about you just have to was it. Your was your first week. I think it was my first or second week working real so I was doing. I wanted I had What my photographer friends coming over and She was going to teach me how to do talk graffiti and I needed a model and Evans was there and just started working for me and I was like guess what you're doing today for work. It was like you're going to be my model and so I made her sit down. I put makeup on her. I dressed her in like these flowing. Boho close which I had no idea this was like actually her worst nightmare And when I was putting makeup on her neck just started to breakout in these blockages. And she's like Oh. This is what I'm nervous. I get enough. Thank you going to make me beautiful. Don't this is horrible and then I now knowing you. You're probably like I looked like a crazy. You know you probably just hated the makeup. His it was a lot Yeah it was open. It was great. We had a lot of fun and you were a model on the beach. Yeah did you feel a little more free after that did that? Empower you at all or was it awful. Did you call your friends and be like you guys? No no it was really nice because it gets you out of your comfort zone. And it's like stepping into that feminine side of Yourself. Who's really nice? Some of those pictures are still my favorite. Just saying they're really pretty. I still have them. Yeah you should probably changer profile. But no it's fine yet. Don't don't worry about the professional pictures. Pop that one up from your iphone on a bench. Yup Spin Up. Two thousand six aren't going to change it. She doesn't want the ones flaunting of her on. The beach gives gives a different impression. He your mother-in-law make any drinks this week in quarantine or anything. No you know what? Surprisingly I haven't had any alcohol this week. I don't know what's wrong with me well. Something's happening happy. I was kind of for a while like I feel like every night. I'd had some wine or something. You know when you just feel like you need a little breather. Oh Yeah Chris and I are saying that to each other Pick Donna. That were drinking. I'm like okay so I need a couple dry nights. So we're like okay. Well Wednesdays are new cocktails Or Earn Your Happy Hour Wednesdays at six is what we're doing so. It lives and happy to watch the next one. Yeah Edgy your seat right Got It on your calendar. Oh my God. Isn't it crazy with the amount of lives right now? I'm like I'm trying to answer messages and going accidentally on people's lives that I like I'm like I don't want to be on this person..

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"twenty million light years" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

01:30 min | 5 months ago

"twenty million light years" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

"Elliptical Galaxy. M One of five which is also around twenty million light years from Earth. The Constellation also contains. What's known as Leo Ring? A cloud of hydrogen and helium gas orbiting to the galaxies in the constellation tending to the ace. Now you see the Constellation corvus the crow now. Thalji corvus was such a clever. He could talk to people however after refusing to speak to the polo he was banished into the heavens together with Crater the cup and hydrogen snake one of the brightest stars in Hydra is Al Fahd the solitary one so named because a piece to be all alone in the sky turning to the western horizon now and they will notice that at the southern tip of the Constellation. Eric Danis the Riba. Echina- means the rivers end as it marks. The end of the riveter Danis irredentist being one of the largest and longest constellations in the sky located around one hundred thirty nine light years away is a binary star system comprising two stars Alpha. Rodney A and Alpha Brittany Bay Alpha Rene is young heart spectral type B Bluestar. Some six point seven times. The mass of the sun with a stunning three thousand one hundred fifty times the Sun's luminosity -eckognize extremely high rotational velocity of sixteen kilometers per second gives it an blade shape making it one of the least Virgo Stars in the Milky Way. With equatorial diameter. Some fifty six percent greater than its polar diameter this distorted shaped means.

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"twenty million light years" Discussed on The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

06:33 min | 6 months ago

"twenty million light years" Discussed on The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

"Anyway guys let's get back to the show all right so Garrett you're gonNa tell us about a recent recent finding of another feathered dinosaur that has some interesting implications for understanding of this clay D-. Yeah so it's a new micro raptor relative. I think you guys have talked about raptor before so that weird four winged dinosaur feathers on the legs. We figured out it was black awhile. Back based on Milan assumes that are preserved with it because they come from this part of China Northeast China where they're just amazing fossils on the order of the Tamous Archaeopteryx lithographic sort of beautiful specimens. And so on those you can see. oftentimes feathers preserved all over the body and this new unnamed woo long is no exception. It is beautiful. It's from the early Cretaceous about one hundred and twenty million years ago. I was actually thinking what I saw. You guys are going to talking about space objects as like if you're looking at earth. How far away would you have to be to see this dinosaur right now? But I'm not smart enough really far hundred and twenty million light years about give or take so the full name is long Bo-hi insis and Wolong means dancing. CING dragon is kind of fun because a lot of Chinese dinosaurs. Just get names based on where they're found but they gave this one a little bit more fun of a name and they said it's because it has this sprightly pose nimble those pretty cool bull high and says though is just after the Bohai Strait which is near the museum where it's housed but importantly it's a Dromaeosaur or a raptor dinosaur which means that has those cool curved claws Mica Raptor obviously does too and it also has these feathers all over its entire body so it is just an amazing animal. It's also preserved in basically a single slab of rock and in pretty much fully articulated so we have almost the entire animal just in one. Yeah is is beautiful. It was about a foot tall about three feet feet long without the tail. It's only about one foot long though. So like two thirds of its tail and a decent chunk of that tale about six inches of it is just feathers that stick stick off the end of it. The Pera feathers actually remind me a lot of the resplendent Quetzal. Do you know that one Steve. No it's this. I think it's in Mexico because that's were Quetzal Terrace. Yeah so I think they're named based on something similar if not the same thing at the Katz Al is Greenberg has got these two really long green feathers that come off its tail. And it's it's really beautiful. This one was probably black. We think the Paleo Art of this come out already has it as black because micro after we think was black it would have had a wingspan of about one and a half feet which is pretty weird proportions for a bird like animals like twice as long as it was wide ride it also has a really long head skull is longer than its Femur. Just this is an adult species. They think they found all. That's the key question. Yes so in order to figure out if it wasn't a bald a- An intel they sliced open its bones in a process called histology. The US take this whole thin section. You put it in a microscope and then you can examine it really closely sleep and they look for these things called lines of arrested growth or lags which looked just like tree rings and of the bones. They tested only the Fibula head. Maybe one the others didn't have any so we think it was probably right around a year old or maybe maybe under a year old so not adult. How long lifespan with this dinosaur of head? So that's one of the big questions because this group of dinosaurs in order to test you have to slice open. The bones and on top of that. Most of the bones tend to be crushed just like with archaeopteryx smashed smashed into a single plane. So even when you do cut them. It's kind of hard to see these details that you WANNA see in three d but the oldest one that they reference in the paper was about four years old so these weren't like dinosaurs in general actually allow the ones we find. Fossilized are maybe teenager equivalents. Not really getting too long live to animals here is yeah and so the The you said the oldest one that they referenced in the papers that the oldest of this species or is this type specimen. There's there's only one of them. Yes so this is the type. And there's only one who long. But that was another I think it was a micro wrapped arena so closely related genus. Yeah Gotcha Gotcha so in terms of like life span in terms of how large this specific species would have gotten blah blah blah. There's just no way to know. They only have one line of evidence right now. Yeah that's a huge problem with paleontology in general because a lot of times you just one individual and then people make comparisons and they're like this one has a bigger head and you're like but we only have one of each if you compare like one human to one chimpanzee you'll get all sorts of weird results. So what's what's the what's the plan of attack to find more four of them. I mean what. What's the usual progression now? Where do they go from here to try to find more of them so a lot of times like if we found this if a scientist found this what you do is you would know? I know the quarry where it came from and you would go back and just keep looking around in the same area. But they didn't say where exactly this came from and I don't think they know. Yeah Uh yeah exactly. They got it. I think from a collector. I don't even think they mentioned anywhere in the paper. And they were concerned about is providence. Because they did a bunch of x x rays and UV light techniques to try to test if it was fake whereas are a lot of fake fossils in China and they think it's all genuine except for there was one spot where they could tell these toes glue don but they think they're similar enough. It probably just got glued from the other side of the lithograph plate basically got stuck to a different piece of rock. But they don't. I don't think they know where it came from. So it's going to be hard to find more and even if they did know honestly a lot of times we don't find a whole bunch of them. Yeah I mean it's not like people aren't out there looking already exactly. Yeah because they're really valuable and the really cool but there are some dinosaurs in China that we have have like twenty thirty of in from this area. So there's a decent chance we will find more of them. Yeah this this whole deposit is very prolific. So I got an early cretaceous deposit right. Yeah so it's from the I think it's apt in one hundred twenty. A.

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"twenty million light years" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

02:40 min | 7 months ago

"twenty million light years" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

"This is space time series. twenty-three episode five for broadcast on the fifteenth through January. Twenty twenty coming up on space time. The birth of a black black hole witnessed through gravitational waves. Fast Radio Bursts get even more mysterious and have they finally found evidence of active Vulcan Ism. I'm Venus all that mall coming up on space time. Welcome to space time. We'd Stewart Gary. In astronomers have confirmed their second gravitational wave detection of two neutron stars merging to create a black hole detection on the twenty fifth of April twenty nine teen was made by the lie go laser interferometer Gravitational Wave Observatory in Livingston Louisiana and the European Virga a gravitational wave detector in pace originally. The discovery is now being reported in the astrophysical journal letters the only the other gravitational wave detection of two neutrons dies merging to form a black hole took place in August two thousand seventeen. But I'm like that first merger which was detected in electro-magnetic radiation as well as gravitational waves the April twenty fifth merge it which occurred some five hundred twenty million light years away didn't result in any light being detected astray national university professor. Susan Scott who was part of the team that studied the cataclysmic event says the Hanford Washington State Lagoda ticked off line at the critical moment for the latest event and that made achieving visual confirmation of the collision to challenging the A. And you let if it's try and locate transfat collision by scanning a massive region of the sky. Bright light from the explosion using the Sky Mapping Telescope Scott says the simple fact of this neutron star collision some five five times more distant than the two thousand seventeen merger meant the region of the sky. Being searched was simply too large and it was like looking for a needle in a haystack. However an analysis of the gravitational wave data from the merger which has been catalogued as Gw? Ninety nine four twenty-five has come up with some rather fascinating results especially initially interesting was the fact that the merging neutron stars have a combined mass of approximately three point four times that of the Sun with the masses of the two individual neutron stars in the binary resist him being around two and one point four solar masses respectively Scott says astronomers were surprised by the title mass which far exceeds the masses of..

"twenty million light years" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

03:29 min | 8 months ago

"twenty million light years" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

"Forget get what you've heard. Size really does matter when it comes to galactic rotation the most massive star ever known to be destroyed in a Supernova explosion and the mystery particles detected around the near Earth asteroid. Banou all that and more coming up on space time. Welcome to Space Space Time with Stewart Gary Breath it turns out that direction in which galaxy rotates can depend on its mass. The new findings reported in the monthly notices the roster novel society and on the Pre press physics website ahf carved dot org will help scientists better understand how galactic rotation builds up across cosmic time virtually all galaxies rotate and this rotation is is fundamental to how galaxies foam for example. Most galaxies are flat rotating disks our own galaxy the Milky Way being a prime example the observations Sion's based on an analysis of one thousand four hundred eighteen galaxies. Astronomers finding that small ones are far more likely to spin on a different access compared to larger ones the rotation was measured in relation to h galaxies. Nearest cosmic filaments. Okay so what a cosmic film. It's well the lots scale. Cosmic structure of the universe looks a little bit like a web honeycomb it consists of strands of filaments composed of huge amounts of matter including gas stars Galaxies Alexy's Galaxy Clusters and galaxy super classes as well as stock matter. These filaments surround vast empty voids. The filaments elect strands of galaxies. That can be five hundred million light years long but just twenty million light years across dividing the universe into vast gravitationally linked lettuces interspersed dispersed with these enormous data. Voids so you can think of. The filaments is sort of like gravitational highways of galactic migration with many galaxies encountering each other emerging along the way. It's the filaments which why the universe looks like a honeycomb cosmic web using data gathered by an instrument called the Sydney asx multi object integral field spectograph or semi which is attached to the Anglo Australian telescope at Siding Spring Observatory in West. The New South Wales Scientist Sintus with the Asteroid Three D. collaboration studied each of the one thousand four hundred eighteen Tackett galaxies and measuring H.. One spin in relation to the nearest filament. Curiously they found that smaller galaxies old tinted to rotate in direct alignment with the filaments while larger ones. All seem to spin perpendicular the filaments and the spin changes from alignment to perpendicular rotation as galaxies drone by gravity towards the filament collide and merge thus gaining any mass galaxy the Milky Way. Well it spin is also well aligned to its nearest cosmic filament. But the thing is the Milky Way belongs to a class of intermediate immediate sides galaxies that role show no created and see towards parallel or perpendicular. Spins one of the study's authors Astra Three Day principal sensible investigated professors Scott Croome from the University of Sydney says. The results offer insights into the very deep structure of the universe of the research that.

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"twenty million light years" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast

Channel 52: The DC Podcast

16:28 min | 9 months ago

"twenty million light years" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast

"Master own. I'm well hey everyone I was gonna say Happy Halloween and listen on the podcast in two weeks. Like what are you talking about but yeah you're listening to this November. We are recording on October thirty the night of October thirty first. That's right. Yeah and Matt is a shell of a man. He has done something that no man should do. And he's done it twice guy watching thirty one horror movies. Were thirty. The movies that I originally thought were horror movies in a short time saying like that stuff. His wife made him do something. No mansion the whole list alive and you're stronger for it. What doesn't kill you makes you stronger and horribly horribly embittered you right? I guess. mcquaid wouldn't nominee QUASAR news. I don't believe it wasn't in the latest Guardians There aren't there some ACOG macbooks. Come in what is it December or something. I John Not Annihilation Books. Yeah I don't see any managed any mention of Quasar. Yeah but yeah I mean they bring back a lot of old style wall older storylines because they're doing that annihilation stuff then Mattie we do twenty ninety nine coming up Curious to check out those new ones. Sure even crosses over new amazing spider man. Yeah that's where it all starts right. I mean yeah that was. That was the first appearance of Spiderman. Twenty ninety nine right at the end of that amazing spider man the Hologram in the back of it. I forget which one it was three five. Yeah Oh okay. Wow I'd forgotten that one yeah. Was it like nine hundred ninety two. Yeah Yeah Yeah I remember getting out in the mail I remember picking that up at the newsstand. Picking that up at the comic shop. Yeah we all got through different now. It's been now there's Ellie to comic shop or digital pretty much. Yeah Yeah. They don't do physical subscriptions anymore. I don't know I don't know probably not the Do Miss Those all subscribe ads. You know NATO new Christmas decoration one's Oh yeah look there's one in the back of today's issue as their V twelve in fifteen dollars Good oh I'm sorry that that that was for group group one group to the special prices for twelve issues. Some of them are like eighteen. A marvel comics presents. which was biweekly eighteen dollars per twelve issues? Right then like the twenty one dollars boxes like elbow flight doctor. Strange Moon Knight Shield. She Hawk than they. The the name death Loch Excalibur Ghost Rider Punisher War Journal. Punisher war zone. What's IT Yeah Spiderman? Mag I'll no. I don't remember the Spiderman magazine. Remember the Punisher magazine. Coenen had a few magazines wolverine warlock in nightwatch own. Yeah grew that's right or no grew at twenty seven dollars for twelve issues. Wow Oh epic it must. It must be just be the barbarian because it's grew Conan saga and savage sort of Conan. Yeah yeah or high end. OTC books he recently bought brought backup Conan. So right yeah. He's an adventure. Middle Card the savage of injure he. I haven't read it this week but I got to salvage of vendors annual needs to go hang with Hercules Hercules can go. Snap the Nice. You don't need to talk to them. Snap what do you guys do this week in Costa So I was telling Mattie we won helped with Luka's first grade Halloween party at school today. And then tomorrow we're going on a field trip to the a children's museum cool Our first built triple revolving tear you know. Go Down Fem so awesome thank eight well at least in his class eighteen first grader. So I just had to go to work are the are you a are the tourists coming to an end for the season. Oh they're not coming to an end quite yet they do. They'RE GONNA go. Oh and regular tours until the Sunday after Thanksgiving and then they're doing weekends in December unless it snows and then they usually pull the plug on it but I I didn't answer the call to to to do December but then I was asked and I was like all right. I'll do five days so I picked up five random Adam days December. I don't know being on the water in Weird Austin in December. Just all three of those things together. I just don't sound like funding in a lot. It's almost weird or being on the road in December because we're only on the road for weekends so You get strange. Looks from people like I thought you were gone. What are you doing your Nava calendar what's going. Oh Oh that'd be great. Take a doctor with that. Kona clause some Christmas decorations on. But Hey this this is the two week anniversary of Halloween. So will what did you give away. Two weeks ago on Halloween and Lots of Jock. act personally like like skittles and stuff but the rest of Haley's like ooh yuck whatever skills event for good skills hit cats Ah Good I always. Somebody always posted my twitter feed the cartoon where the The Old Ladies Given out candy bars in the grim reapers. Come come up to her and he says you know Martha I'm here for your holy crap. Those are full sized snickers no. We're good that's A. That's like Dane. Cook the routine he has you know he's like he always gives like candy. Like the weird guy at work because you know once the guy comes it. Search shooting in a place up in a you know he's GonNa get us digs for the candy just keeps going. I'm sorry I'm sure sure as a professional comedian is just like insult and Makoto by bringing up the name Dane Cook on. I've not guys spend more money on one bit than I've ever made. So yeah did you have people coming to your house Phil I mean. Did you. Two weeks ago that while we live on a busy road. So that's why I say we usually go out. The gas is this year. Were good because some people change the date. So where my inlaws trick or treating tonight and then tomorrow night or I mean Friday night. Two weeks ago. We're GONNA the cool. Yeah all right. Favorite Candy will which favorite candy. I usually make myself sit on. skittles is just one of those things Kona. Well I mean it terms of I do like a lot of different candy bars. I've never her. I don't even know if they I think the very rare fund size but I like the score bar I think I have seen the Maria. I've seen small heath bars borough a given away for Halloween. But that's about it. I don't know I would always like to get Milky Way traditional yet la but if I was giving away my mom's house giving away things but she got one of those big variety packs I I would try to hold back the ones that I liked. And just give away the amounts and the on enjoys the world's but I'll eat anything was perfect perfect concoction in the world. My friends air reese's peanut butter cups. I think those are good chocolate and peanut butter. I don't care what you say. Little with help are fighting there and there's no way to eat one so that's right like the mellows those. Yeah but no. I love peanut butter cups. But you know what I get every week They have like they're like they're like the Klondyke ex but the reese's peanut. They got peanut butter ice cream inside a short go to seven. Elevens seven I think Matt and I are going to have to have an intervention. Here you may have a problem with peanut butter their fill. They wanted to when. Yeah and what would you do for a Klondike. How `Bout Quasar podcast? Would you do that or Orcas in America. It's a QUASAR. He has the gap in American. Her uh-huh yes. We are in the hollow home. There's no halloween tonight. We're talking in hall on. How Halloween Halloween? Oh Wow that's that's pretty awesome. Awful awful awesome. You know. It's a fine line right to the quantum zones episode Halloween Law Wean. So should we get to following. Yeah let's do it. The vendors arriving on hall other can do the Hall Amash all right all right. So Captain America three ninety nine so in another round we'll get to that exercise cap four hundred Uh We finally made it to April nineteen ninety-two five. We're stuck on March for our we owe since we started galactic storm. Yeah Yeah Yeah all right so the I'll say we pretty much know who's doing who. which vendor in this My ironman yes yeah okay I wonder doing. Hercules are the summary to Galactic Empires. The militaristic Chris Decree and the matriarchal she are are at war. A war that threatens all life on earth the mighty of vendors of splitting the two envoys not this last time to negotiate with the heads of each empire empire in the group sent to the Korean Empire ironman Sir Hercules. The Black Knight Crystal Goliath and Captain America in Sport Irate we begin on Hala Halloween. A world of the star Spanning Empire Music Cadillac the sappy music. Yeah yeah yeah the offenders off that spaceship and prisoner white. Here's away Deli. Yes the actual episode Apollo all right We see one of the guards saying hands the top of your heads avengers as they're escorted off the spaceship at gunpoint and cap of course in the in the front seat later in his book. Well iron man you still think it was a wise idea to surrender to the cree now. Instead of a squadron of soldiers against us we have a whole planet. Hey it did the trick getting it it got us to the right world all in one piece yes but with our kwinjeh confiscated. We don't even have a way to you in front. No talking it. Then we get many many were Thought bubbles from Captain America. Many many my God look at the size of this place the architectures so imposing if this is just the space port what must the inner cities look like here. Can't rubber neck too much for the others will know. Oh How awestruck I am by all this. It wouldn't help our situation any shake the others confidence in me. I am the leader of this little factfinding expedition. After all he would have iron learned. Man seems have difficulty dealing with that. Who knows maybe ironman did the right thing by surrendering? Apparently this planet has incredible defense systems. Our souped up Jet May never have made it through. I just wish he would have consulted with me first so we can plan what we're going to do. Once we got here are creek captor. Wouldn't even listen one. I tempted to explain. That are only reason for coming here was speak to to his emperor. Whoever that may be that means we're going to find a means of escape Hey Coney WANNA do Ronin. Yes sure you shudder wrecks that figure approaching on the parapet I recognize is him and then on the on this. It was like a two page splash on the second page. Get a big title. Twenty million light years from Earth any. That's a good one because mark gruenwald story. Rik levins and Danny Bland. The Art Joe Rosen. Letters says she sheely but we know it's Kristie. sheely color Ralph Macho editor. I got Tom on the BELCO editor in cree. Nine editor in all right so and then we tap saying the IRONMAN ironman up there. The person approaching shatter ax isn't that Ronan the accuser. I haven't terrain utter another word. And I'll oh yeah because because I've it is trying to pretend he's not Tony Stark true. Yes yeah after armor awards he was like no that rogue iron man has done. He's dead Jim Lasso Or is that a shedder access shatter. Act Yeah Ronin. I mean obviously you are special agent shatter axe exit weapons division. You may hereby relinquish custody of your prisoners to meet special relation now that they are on home soil. This is become a civil matter not of military one. You were dismissed. It has all the same to you accuse battalion tallying and I were remain. Until are you insinuating that the prime accuser of the entire empires incapable of handling Earth's gums such as mo Sir I leave at once battalion returned to the ship and prepare for takeoff. The accusers have jurisdiction accusers. Restrain the prisoners. That's that's you okay and caps thinkin. They're moving towards us with some sort of manacles. If we don't make our move now and maybe too late then we see last panel Wa Sursee Sursee smirking at the back of caps. and He's thinking servcies behind me. Hope She's watching for my hand signals planned five to one sursee Chrissy the roof. They all look like.

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"twenty million light years" Discussed on Capes & Lunatics: Sidekicks

Capes & Lunatics: Sidekicks

16:20 min | 9 months ago

"twenty million light years" Discussed on Capes & Lunatics: Sidekicks

"Was gonna say Happy Halloween and listen on the podcast in two weeks. Like what are you talking about. But Yeah you're listening to this November now. We are recording on October thirty the night of October thirty first. That's right. Yeah and Matt is a shell of a man. He has done something that no man should do. And he's done it twice guy watching thirty one horror movies. Were thirty. The movies that I originally thought were horror movies in a short time like that stuff. His wife made him do something. No mansion the whole list alive and you're stronger for it. What doesn't kill you makes you stronger and horribly horribly embittered you right? I guess. mcquaid wouldn't nominee QUASAR news. I don't believe it wasn't in the latest Guardians There aren't there some ACOG macbooks. Come in what is it December or something. I John Not Annihilation Books. Yeah I don't see any managed any mention of Quasar. Yeah but yeah I mean they bring back a lot of old style wall older storylines because they're doing that annihilation stuff then Mattie we do twenty ninety nine coming up Curious to check out those new ones. Sure even crosses over new amazing spider man. Yeah that's where it all starts right. I mean yeah that was. That was the first appearance of spider man. Twenty ninety nine right at the end of that amazing spider man the Hologram in the back of it. I forget which one it was three five. Yeah Okay Wow I'd forgotten that one. Yeah was it like nine hundred ninety two. Yeah Yeah Yeah I remember getting out in the mail. I remember picking that up at the newsstand. Picking that up at the comic shop. Yeah we all got through different now. It's been now there's Ellie to comic shop or digital pretty much. Yeah Yeah. They don't do physical subscriptions anymore. I don't know I don't know probably not the Do Miss Those all subscribe ads. You know NATO new Christmas decoration one's Oh yeah look there's one in the back of today's issue as their fifth Ogle twelve in fifteen dollars good. Oh I'm sorry that that that was for group group one group to the special prices for twelve issues. Some of them are like eighteen. A marvel comics presents. which was biweekly eighteen dollars per twelve issues? Right then like the twenty one dollars folks like elbow flight doctor. Strange Moon Knight Shield. She Hawk than they. The the name death Loch Excalibur Ghost Rider Punisher War Journal. Punisher war zone. What's IT Yeah Spiderman? Mag Oh no. I don't remember the Spiderman magazine over the Punisher magazine. Coenen had a few magazines. Wolverine were warlock in nightwatch own. Yeah grew that's right or no grew at twenty seven dollars for twelve issues. Wow Oh epic it must. It must be just be the barbarian because it's grew Conan saga and savage sort of Conan. Yeah yeah or high end. OTC books he recently bought brought backup Conan. So right yeah. He's an adventure. Just got a little card. The savage of injure he. I haven't read it this week but I got to salvage of vendors annual needs to go hang with Hercules Hercules can go. Snap the Nice. You don't need to talk to them. Snap what do you guys do this week in Costa So I was telling Mattie we won helped with Luka's first grade Halloween party at school today. And then tomorrow we're going on a field trip to the a children's museum cool Our first built triple revolving tear you know. Go Down Fem so awesome thank eight well at least in his class eighteen first grader. So I just had to go to work are the are you a are the tourists coming to an end for the season. Oh they're not coming to an end quite yet they do. They'RE GONNA go. Oh and regular tours until the Sunday after Thanksgiving and then they're doing weekends in December unless it snows and then they usually pull the plug on it but I I didn't answer the call to to to do December but then I was asked and I was like all right. I'll do five days so I picked up five random uh-huh days December. I don't know being on the water in Weird Austin in December. Just all three of those things together. I just don't sound like funding in a lot. It's almost weird or being on the road in December because we're only on the road for weekends so You get strange. Looks from people like I thought you were gone. What are you doing? You're not gonNA calendar. What's going Oh oh that'd be great? Take a doctor with that. Kona clause some Christmas decorations on. But Hey this this is the two week anniversary of Halloween. So will what did you give away. Two weeks ago on. Halloween and Lots of chocolate. I personally like like skittles and stuff but the rest of Haley's like ooh yuck whatever skills event for good skills hit cats Ah Good I always. Somebody always posted my twitter feed the cartoon where the The Old Ladies Given out candy bars in the grim reapers. Come come up to her and he says you know Martha I'm here for your holy crap. Those are full sized snickers no. We're good that's A. That's like Dane. Cook the routine he has you know he's like he always gives like candy. Like the weird guy at work because you know once the guy comes it. Search shooting in a place up in a you know who gets to use Dick's for the candy just keeps going. I'm sorry I'm sure sure as a professional comedian is just like insult and Makoto by bringing up the name Dane Cook. Oh I've not guys spend more money on one bit than I've ever made. So yeah did you have people coming to your house Phil I mean. Did you. Two weeks ago that while we live on a busy road. So that's why I say we usually go out. The YASHA is this year. Were good because some people change the date. So where my inlaws trick or treating tonight and then tomorrow night or I mean Friday night. Two weeks ago. We're GONNA the cool. Yeah all right. Favorite Candy will which favorite candy. I usually make myself sit on. skittles is just one of those things Kona. Well I mean it terms of I do like a lot of different candy bars. I've never her. I don't even know if they I think the very rare fund size but I like the score bar I think I have seen the Maria. I've seen small heath bars borough a given away for Halloween. But that's about it. I don't know I would always like to get Milky Way traditional yet la but if I was giving away my mom's house giving away things but she got one of those big variety packs I I would try to hold back the ones that I liked. And just give away the amounts and the on enjoys the world's but I'll eat anything was perfect perfect concoction in the world. My friends air reese's peanut butter cups. I think those are good chocolate and peanut butter. I don't care what you say little with help buyer fighting there and there's no way to eat one so that's right the mellows those. Yeah but no. I love peanut butter cups. But you know what I get every week They have like they're like they're like the Klondyke ex but the reese's peanut. They got peanut butter ice cream inside a short go to seven. Elevens seven I think Matt and I are going to have to have an intervention. Here you may have a problem with peanut butter their fill. They wanted to when. Yeah and what would you do for ric London. How `Bout Quasar podcast? Would you do that or Orcas in America. It's a QUASAR. He has the gap in American. Her uh-huh yes. We are in the hollow home. There's no halloween tonight. We're talking in hall on. How Halloween Halloween? Oh Wow that's that's pretty awesome. Awful awful awesome. You know. It's a fine line right to the quantum zones episode Halloween Law Wean. So should we get to following. Yeah let's do it. The vendors arriving on hall other can do the Hall Amash all right all right. So Oh captain. America three ninety nine so in another round. We'll get to that exercise cap four hundred Uh We finally made it to April nineteen ninety-two five. We're stuck on March for our we owe since we started galactic storm. Yeah Yeah Yeah all right so the I'll say we pretty much know who's doing who. which vendor in this Myron man. Yes yeah okay. I wonder doing. Hercules are the summary to Galactic Empires. The militaristic Chris Decree and the matriarchal she are are at war. A war that threatens all life on earth the mighty of vendors of splitting the two envoys not this last time to negotiate with the heads of each empire empire in the group sent to the Korean Empire ironman Sir Hercules. The Black Knight Crystal Goliath and Captain America in Sports I right we begin on Hala Halloween. A world of the star Spanning Empire Music Cadillac the sappy music. Yeah yeah yeah the offenders off that spaceship and prisoner white. Here's away Deli. Yes the actual episode Apollo all right We see one of the guards saying hands the top of your heads avengers as they're escorted off the spaceship at gunpoint and cap of course in the in the front leader in his book. Well iron man you still think it was a wise idea to surrender to the cree now. Instead of a squadron of soldiers against us we have a whole planet. Hey it did the trick getting it it got us to the right world all in one piece yes but with our kwinjeh confiscated. We don't even have a way to you in front talking it. Then we get many many were Thought bubbles from Captain America. Many many my God look at the size of this place the architectures so imposing if this is just the space port what must the inner cities look like here. Can't rubber neck too much for the others will know. Oh How awestruck I am by all this. It wouldn't help our situation any shake the others confidence in me. I am the leader of this little factfinding expedition. After all he would have iron learned. Man seems have difficulty dealing with that. Who knows maybe ironman did the right thing by surrendering? Apparently this planet has incredible defense systems. Our souped up Jet May never have made it through. I just wish he would have consulted with me first so we can plan what we're going to do. Once we got here are creek captor. Wouldn't even listen one. I tempted to explain. That are only reason for coming here was speak to to his emperor. Whoever that may be that means we're going to find a means of escape Hey Coney WANNA do Ronin. Yes sure you shudder wrecks that figure approaching on the parapet I recognize is him and then on the on this. It was like a two page splash on the second page. Get a big title. Twenty million light years from Earth any. That's a good one because mark gruenwald story. Rik levins and Danny Bland the art. Joe Rosen Letters. It says she sheely but we know it's Kristie. sheely color Ralph Macho editor. I got Tom on the BELCO editor in cree. Nine editor in all right so and then we tap saying the IRONMAN ironman up there. The person approaching shatter ax isn't that Ronan the accuser. I haven't terrain utter another word. And I'll oh yeah because because I've it is trying to pretend he's not Tony Stark true. Yes yeah after armor awards he was like no that rogue iron man has done. He's dead Jim Lasso Or is that a shedder access shatter. Act Yeah Ronin did obviously you are special agent shatter axe exit weapons division. You may hereby relinquish custody of your prisoners to meet Special Malaysian now that they are on home soil. This is become a civil matter not of military one you were dismissed. It has all the same to you accuser my battalion tallying and I were remain. Until are you insinuating that the prime accuser of the entire empires incapable of handling Earth's gums such as mo Sir I leave at once battalion returned to the ship and prepare for takeoff. The accusers have jurisdiction accusers. Restrain the prisoners. That's that's you okay and caps thinking they're moving towards us with some sort of manacles if we don't make our move now and maybe too late. Then we see last panel La Sursee Sursee smirking at the back of caps. and He's thinking servcies behind me. Hope She's watching for my hand signals planned five to one sursee Chrissy the roof. They all look like.

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"twenty million light years" Discussed on Truth Be Told

Truth Be Told

09:55 min | 10 months ago

"twenty million light years" Discussed on Truth Be Told

"It's cutting into your exercise time it stabbing you in the back nine and relief with active OTC ingredients plus the added benefits of THC free hemp oil right contact in a desert Billy Carson he is the founder of the forbidden in our solar system and amazing structure structures on Venus and so for here truth be told Your your your lecture today like we said people all over the world have flown in to hear basically about <hes> anomalies space within our solar system that come from official sites like NASA roll footage that we download and then we actually go in and look for things that don't belong just not telling us well I think NASA and some of the other speeches agencies have a good idea we don't really know what it is we just know that it doesn't belong so we call it an anomaly sometimes we may correlated that look like things that you would see on earth and so are some of these objects nominees going all the way back to the nineteen seventies I mean the face on Mars was discovered in nineteen seventy so we've known twenty million light years away one hundred million in what way right here where we live right above our heads there could be solar system and that some of these remnants that we're looking at some of them don't appear to be completely dilapidated so you were talking about Venus so other planets like you said we don't hear a lot about anomalies answers to high and that it's a soup it's almost like ocean when you get to the to the ground level successfully landed and took pictures of the area <hes> and stop I know what kind of material that is because if that's the case we should we should make buildings background material one of the videos that I was looking to show today was the fact that now they're saying there may be life in Venus's clouds and today what do you feel like the most people found the most interesting I think they found the most interesting find it was like when you show them they instantly identified those objects with something in their mind that helped build these megalithic structures on earth because the structures are very similar and I do you think the government and religion and all these that know a lot when you have complete knowledge of situation you can then keep the people in the control all of a sudden all of the religious systems collapse you're talking about a multi trillion dollar industry yeah we want to know who if anybody is what's happening to the indigenous people what happened to between questions and that again now the energy system is a multi trillion dollar system that we is when we we look at Mars and there's a lot of looks like ancient civilizations don't exist now do you think it was a major disaster do you think it was just they Ford built exploded at Penn it was called tm in the ancient times according to the Samaritans and that's not discovered way back in the sixteen hundreds have been deciphered by many people before all talk the other parts of it broken into chunks became the asteroid belt Mars was a moon armone now was also a moon of that planet which now that's why we have now doesn't have any look at one hundred zero when you look at the Giza plateau off his balls of glass in the sand vitrified protocols on Mars there's a Zenana weapons-grade Zine on Mars some in space debris raining down on planets and moons you have to clear out of here <hes> technology that we had from our ancient past do you feel to higher level of civilizations before even way higher than what we are now on our own us at the right moment or for us wrong for them the right moment <hes> they came to a point and had we're GMO unfortunately and so But I think that what they vance not technologically because they were just starting back out to rebuild or come back out but I'm

"twenty million light years" Discussed on This Week in Science

This Week in Science

05:20 min | 1 year ago

"twenty million light years" Discussed on This Week in Science

"And then we have this this great event, which was seventeen OI trauma team, which hopefully you talk about which is the Spiner neutron star interesting about that one is where you heard gravitational waves, but we also saw in light. And that combination has never been done before. And what we realized is we have the gravitational waves coming on the way across the universe, and we hear them. And then we have the light coming all the way across the university us, and we see it, and the fact that the that the the amount of light we get and the amount of ground patient as we get consistent tells us something about the number of actions, and, you know, okay, it's not obvious case. But let's assume the extra dimensions as some people. Like, the reason you like extra dimensions is a chain. Is the properties of graphic? And what happened generically is gravity leaks out into these extra dimensions, the gravitons get on like a metro and for whatever thing beev minute before like become like there was naturally. Not all some say, you know, what we're gonna go over there to that other action. It looks really much nicer over that. We don't want to go over. And so they leave I'm which means, you know, by the time the waves get to us on earth. They're soft. Just not as loud as they should. But the right in these theories in general constraint to us, it doesn't notice the extra dimensions. And so by comparing how bright something is. And how loud it is way. Contest whether the gravitons whether the gravity is leaking. And so that's the test. We did this is the first time we have this thing it's on it was at a forty mega person. So it's like a hundred twenty million light years away. But we can measure how much how much like compare and we did. And we found lo and behold, we can count up the number of dimensions. And it's three plus one three space plus one time to about a percent, at least we confirm. It's within a percent of what I would call the right value three plus one. Which is kind of amazing, but you laughing too much room because now they're going to wrap up thirty tiny dimensions in that one percent. And. Right. But okay. So there are some caveats. It's always not. So so we're measuring dimensions. But. Pretty big dimensions. So if you take tiny little dimensions like this big or really much much more than this, and you wrap up the dimensions like that. Then the grand cash always go right for it. And they don't make. And so the general string theory that kind of genetic version that's what it does. It compact defies the dimension so small that nothing notices inventions except the tiny little strings, and they still could be these dimension. Be there because they're conveniently wrap them up where there's no way to notice them. But we can tell you for sure is there. No dimensions there. No, big dimensions that can quantify Dockery what that means. And there's definitely been a lot of interesting big dimensions. Because if you gravity leaking out in bay dimensions. That would maybe explain the dark matter in the dark energy, and I would be incredibly fighting. Maybe we're not detecting dark matter. This Mr. stuff, that's pulling you know, galaxies together in weird ways. Maybe it's not dark matter. It's just not gravity itself is weak and why wait while on those scales? The gravity's leaking out and and so we're not actually saying about just in gravity. Breaking. That's not happening. It looks like it's not happening. Then cool. Okay. So it's not happening. You know, it's it's it's it's it's just not basically is how it happened on the scales. Where so it's not having on these. 'cause that's so where does this lead you where what are the next questions related to the dark matter dark energy this weakening of gravity assumed? Where do you go now? Yeah. So there are lots of different. So what one thing which is hard? Yeah, we had no deductions for a long time. I mean, these things were predicted Einstein wrote down that there should be gravitational waves in nineteen seventeen. And we always believed in them here on this show. Good me to believe. Okay. So, you know, it took us rather now were taking them, but we've detected basically, thank everybody coal systems and one binary neutron star. And yet we figured all this stuff out like now, we can measure the number of all this..

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"twenty million light years" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

04:52 min | 1 year ago

"twenty million light years" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"What they said. Basically, basically. The radio waves are getting closer. That's not close enough to have me concerned closer and closer Australian researchers are saying that nineteen powerful radio bursts of radio waves are coming from space. We are in need of some kind of moments space moment intervention, an inter, galactic intervention? Yes. Thank you. Yeah, to bring humans all together to avoid pizza stabbings to just bad airline passengers. A lot of those things might go away if we could just get a little bit of galactic intervention. Now, I do think that probably the one thing that could really get us back on track is some sort of paradigm shifting moment like this. Well, I was watching the first man, Tyson, bad movie this weekend. I saw a pretty good one. Yeah. And what I thought of was a lot of cool moments that movie, but one thing that came to mind if any any alien species is watching this movie, they are slapping their knee and laughing tau hard. We work just to get to the moon and I know that every civilization it's just one small step. Dan, every civilization has. In space had a moon moment of their own because they had to take those baby steps in the space. But I pretty sure they're slapping their knees and laughing because they're traveling the galaxy at will sending out fast radio bursts, are they? Or are they do fishers who are even dumber than, let's say us, they can't be dumber than us and traveling space. Yeah. But what if in their bible, it says that there's another world where they're traveling through space to their moon and they're like, man, that is one smart civilization well, oh, so you're saying, so they aren't yet traveling space in never just book. God revealed to them that there's another world out there with these godlike creatures. Okay. Raveling their move to their moon. Well, I'm impressed of their God knew that much. That's pretty reliable guy because there is there's us traveling to the moon. And so what you're saying is that these aliens sending out this fast radio bursts, they're not traveling space. They're just sending these out from their own plan. Minute. Yeah, they don't know how to travel space because all they know of us, they've read in their bible. Most likely this civilization has destroyed it self. I mean, one hundred twenty million light years away. They're on our doorstep, like they say, or they've self-destructed now, has anybody been able to decipher Danny what the radio waves were singing? They don't know what what the source of the radio wave day comment on Arianna 'Grande and Davidson asking, what is. Alliens size. We still can't believe it. What is a whole. We need to gain me Adams on this. For Pete, Pete, because of that that came out of this whole relationship with accurate. I know, but it's the only thing I remember. I'm sure there were some great moments between those two. And honestly, if he stopped all his weekly activities, he wouldn't have those whole is if he knows lot going on. Yeah. Aliens, at least if alien showed up at our doorstep, we wouldn't be talking about pizza alive. More pressing matters to discuss what would happen. News af did show up in. We'd be the number one podcast on itunes, I hope so I would hope would be we'd go daily at that point. I really hope that if aliens do show, people recognize the fact that we we were out there reporting on it. I would go daily and get paid fifty percent more. We get to meet the aliens. I think so first contact news af. I mean. You don't how old diggers think Pete Davidson is. If you don't know how is. I am a pretty good guess. Okay. Go ahead. Rob, I think he's twenty four. Danny. I think I'm gonna go with rob. I think rob might be a little old, why? Well, how old is he? He might be twenty two. He's seventy two. He's twenty four. You guys must have read that somewhere because there's no way you would guess that that guy is twenty four. I mean area Anna, she's pretty twenty-five. She really, she's twenty five. She she's been around forever. These young artists, they never age between..

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"twenty million light years" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"twenty million light years" Discussed on WTMA

"I i was talking about these law galaxies that we think had almost no off teaching of the dong time we'd never actually seen them all in that area that's just what we high office since we think that the big galaxy like the milky way started off much smaller than gu bigger and so we deduce that if we could observe back thirteen billion light years we would peavy lawler galthie's forming stars at a rapid rate and have very little auction in contrast this new gallup issued point out is barely nearby to third in twenty million light years and so we can aim the hubble space telescope at this scale thing can it much closer look and now i should say we do not yet have any hubble images of this galthie nor has there been any whole observation of it but i'm pretty sure those will happen in the next few years though but i'll the important point is that if this all jit serves as a surrogate for the very first gallup these that we fix this in the universe and is a lot easier to observe having federal that it's very rare it's really hard to find these very auction poor dr forming gala well the astronomers went looking for it though they they there was a there was a products of deduction you know if we can find something in the has very little oxygen we'll find something that's a model of the early universe of just in comparison just does the milky way have a lot of oxygen yes yes we do because we're very big galaxy and big galthie's have lots of so where the product of lots of big stars exploding for a long time yeah exactly but we have a very high level of oxygen and the other heavy element in for the thing and for the same reason because stars make those element and that true all the big gallup he fill the indramayu galthie the whirlpool galthie m eighty seven any big galaxy care to name has got a lot of oxygen if you want to find at galaxies has great well happening though the law one by the way these guys will have been looking for the galaxy for a the guy i interviewed us that he's been looking yup thirty forty years for these galaxy okay uh that's a very long time.

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"twenty million light years" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"twenty million light years" Discussed on KQED Radio

"December et use nights in the universe rivaled that of a dramatic lard spiral galaxy these grand the galaxy's feature two massive spiral arms that sweep away from the hands of a huge bar which warms the galaxy's heart as a result such a galaxy looks like a sweeping letter hats michael incidents the southern sky tonight features two of the most dramatic guard spirals in the happens do it scope you can see them standing do south and made evening one of the galaxies energy see thirteen hundred is in the large consolation a ridden us the river the second galaxy energy see thirteen sixty five is south of the first in the neighboring constellation for next the furnace each galaxies about sixteen million light years from hurt the galaxy's have no connection to each other though because they're twenty million light years apart in both galaxies the enormous spiral arms contain giant clouds of gas into honest new stars are born from these two amounts some of these new stars are especially hot and bryant so they're light eliminate the spiral are the lawn bar that can next the arms contains mainly older stars with your feign tear and rather than many of their younger stellar constant our own galaxy the milky way is also a bart spiral but the bar isn't all that prominent so astronomers recognized it only in the latter half of the twentieth century if we instead lived in a dramatic bart spiral like injury see thirteen hundred or thirteen sixty five we probably would have discovered the bar long ago our when addresses start eight dot org with a neck donald observant story i'm sandy wanted.

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"twenty million light years" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"twenty million light years" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Use nights in the universe rivaled that of a dramatic guard spiral galaxy these grandy galaxies feature two massive spiral arms that sweep away from the hands of a huge bar which warms the galaxy's heart as a result such a galaxy looks like a sweeping letter ats michael incidents the southern sky tonight features two of the most dramatic guard spirals in the happens there were telescope you can see them standing do south then made evening one of the galaxies energy see thirteen hundred is in the large consolation a ridden us the river the second galaxy and she see thirteen sixty five is south of the first in the neighboring constellation for next the furnace each i see is about sixteen million light years from hurt the galaxy's have no connection to each other though because they're twenty million light years apart in both galaxies the enormous spiral arms contain giant clouds of gas in diced new stars are born from these clowns some of these new stars are especially hot and bryant so they're light eliminate the spiral are the long bar that can next the arms contains mainly older stars with your feign tear and rather than many of their younger stellar carson our own galaxy the milky way is also a bart spiral but the bar isn't all that prominent so astronomers recognized it only in the latter half of the twentieth century if we instead lived in a dramatic barred spiral like injury seat thirteen hundred or thirteen sixty five we probably would have discovered the bar long ago our when addresses start eight dot org with a neck donald observer jori i'm sandy wanted.

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