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This episode is sponsored by ISS, a leading global provider of video intelligence and data awareness solutions. ISS offers a robust portfolio of AI-powered, high-trust video analytics for streamlining security, safety and business operations within a wide range of vertical markets. So, what do you want to know about your environment? To learn more about our video intelligence solutions, visit https://issivs.com/ On episode #155 of Eye on AI, Craig Smith sits down with Karen Hao, who is currently a contributing writer for The Atlantic with an impressive background as a foreign correspondent for The Wall Street Journal in Hong Kong and as a senior artificial intelligence editor at MIT Technology Review. Known for her incisive coverage of AI, including its ethical and societal implications, Hao brings a wealth of knowledge from her experiences in journalism and data science. In this episode, Karen delves into the recent controversies surrounding OpenAI, shedding light on the power struggles, ethical dilemmas, and corporate alliances shaping the future of artificial intelligence. Her unique perspective, gained from her experience as a foreign correspondent and senior AI editor, offers a deep understanding of the complexities that exist in the AI world. We explore the intricate narrative constructed by OpenAI, its relationship with giants like Microsoft, and the broader implications of these partnerships on AI development and ethics. Karen's critical analysis provides an insightful look into the often opaque world of AI and its global impact. If you find this discussion as enlightening as we did, please consider leaving a 5-star rating on Spotify and a review on Apple Podcasts. Stay Updated: Craig Smith Twitter: https://twitter.com/craigss Eye on A.I. Twitter: https://twitter.com/EyeOn_AI (00:00) Preview and Introduction (02:28) Karen Hao's Background and Entry into Tech Journalism (09:14) OpenAI's GPT-2 Controversy and Company Evolution (11:35) Nonprofit and For-Profit Structure of OpenAI (15:26) OpenAI Board Dynamics and Power Struggles (18:07) Transparency and Open Source in AI Development (21:27) Future of OpenAI and Tech Industry Speculations (26:22) Microsoft's Investment and Partnership with OpenAI (31:28) Sam Altman's Potential Chip Company Endeavor (33:20) AGI Speculations and Existential Risks (34:38) AGI Definitions and Real-World AI Limitations
Being an astronaut is a job like no other. Of the estimated 100 billion people who have ever lived, only 628 people in human history have left Earth. Tim Peake is one of them. A former test pilot who served in the British Army Air Corps, he was the first British astronaut to ever walk in space, and completed his six-month Principia mission to the International Space Station with the European Space Agency when he landed back on Earth in June 2016. Today on Ways to Change the World, he tells Krishnan Guru-Murthy about his journey to becoming an astronaut, his time on the ISS and the crucial role of Elon Musk and SpaceX in future space missions. Produced by Silvia Maresca.
In this edition: 01. 2023 AMSAT Symposium Proceedings 02. 2023 AMSAT Symposium Presentations 03. 2023 AMSAT Symposium Livestream Day One 04. 2023 AMSAT Symposium Livestream Day Two 05. AMSAT-EA website 06. SatNOGS Veronika Telemetry Dashboard 07. Veronika Control Station 08. ARISS 40th Anniversary at KSC 09. 1.69 GHz 65cm sat dish 10. Below are recurring links that normally do not change 11. FO-99 Schedule 12. AMSAT Keps Link 13. AMSAT Distance Records 14. AMSAT President Club 15. Satellite Status Page 16. Satellite Status Page 2 17. FM Satellite Frequencies 18. Linear Satellite Frequencies 19. ISS pass prediction times 20. FO-29 Schedule 21. AMSAT Getting Started with Amateur Satellites digital 22. AMSAT News Service 23. AMSATs GOLF Program 24. AMSAT Hardware Store 25. AMSAT Gear on Zazzle 26. AMSAT Remove Before Flight Keychains 27. AMSAT Membership 28. AMSAT Donations 29. AMSAT on X (Twitter) 30. and more.
No podcast ‘Notícia No Seu Tempo', confira em áudio as principais notícias da edição impressa do jornal ‘O Estado de S.Paulo' desta quarta-feira (22/11/2023): Com o avanço da reforma tributária, Estados começaram a aumentar a alíquota-padrão do ICMS que incide sobre a maior parte dos produtos e serviços. Ontem, a Assembleia Legislativa do Maranhão aprovou aumento na alíquota de 20% para 22%, a vigorar em 2024. Seis Estados do Sul e do Sudeste (SP, RJ, MG, ES, PR e RS) também indicaram elevação do imposto e alegaram necessidade de “neutralizar perdas potenciais” com a futura divisão do IBS (Imposto sobre Bens e Serviços, que substituirá o ICMS e o ISS). Pela reforma, pendente de uma segunda análise pela Câmara, a receita de Estados e municípios com o IBS será proporcional à média da arrecadação entre 2024 e 2028. E mais: Internacional: Após vitória de Milei, Lula tenta fechar logo acordo do Mercosul com europeus Metrópole: Fraudes e desperdícios custaram aos planos de saúde R$ 34 bilhões em 2022 Economia: Parlamentares criam texto alternativo à MP da subvenção Política: Relator do Orçamento avalia retirar verba do PAC para inflar fundo eleitoralSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Laura is the CEO and Co-Founder of Epsilon3. Among the initial members of the operations team for SpaceX's Dragon spacecraft, she helped put the US back in the human space flight business. Laura wants to continue to revolutionize the space industry, beginning with operational tools. She believes that no matter what your specialty, no matter where you attended school, and whatever your talents may be, there is a place for you in the space industry. Find Laura and her company, Epsilon3 at www.epsilon3.io Connect with Laura on LinkedIn at: Linkedin.com/lauracrabtree linkedin.com/epsilon3inc and on twitter: @epsilon3inc twitter: @llcrabbie More about Laura: Laura was one of the Crew Operations & Resource Engineers (CORE) who helped put the United States back in the human Space Flight business. Among the initial members of the operations team for SpaceX's Dragon spacecraft, she was also on console for the first Dragon mission in 2010, the first mission to the International Space Station (ISS) in 2012, and part of the commercial crew contract over the next decade—including the mission that delivered astronauts to the ISS in 2020. During that mission, Laura was the lead trainer for the crew and one of the CORE operators who communicated to and advocated for the crew during free flight. Laura's proudest moment was receiving a call on her personal cell phone from Astronaut Doug Hurley when he was orbiting above the earth and operating both the first commercial cargo and crew vehicles in free flight. During her time at SpaceX, Laura was also a part of the early F9 Recovery, Dragon Recovery, and Dragon operations teams. She was responsible for crew and ground operator flight training, flight software test, CONOPs development and simulator design. Over the years, Laura authored, tested and executed hundreds of procedures for both the ground operations teams and the crew onboard Dragon. Laura began her career at Northrop Grumman working various programs for DARPA and other DoD customers. She has a Bachelor's in Astronautical Engineering and a Master's in Systems Architecture, both from the University of Southern California.
Vor 25 Jahren wurde das erste Modul der Internationalen Raumstation ins All gebracht – dauerhaft besetzt ist die ISS seit Ende 2000. Die Station hat inzwischen mehr als 140.000-mal die Erde umrundet. Nun aber ist ihr Ende absehbar.Lorenzen, Dirkwww.deutschlandfunk.de, SternzeitDirekter Link zur Audiodatei
* Spraakmaker is Tom Kleijn * Stand.nl Een kabinet met vakministers klinkt mooier dan het is * Mediaforum met Martha Riemsma en Renzo Veenstra * Valt milieuvervuiling te voorkomen in conflicten? * 25 jaar geleden werd het eerste onderdeel van wat het ruimtestation ISS de ruimte in geschoten * Factcheckers: Jettens uitspraken over zonnepanelen
Den Internationale Rumstation ISS er først og fremmest et svævende rumlaboratorium i omløb om Jorden, hvor vi kan lave alskens eksperimenter i vægtløs tilstand. Så når 244 mennesker indtil videre har fået lov at besøge ISS, så er det først og fremmest for at kunne udføre hundredevis af små og støre forsøg – ligesom rumstationen jo også i sig selv er en slags videnskabeligt eksperiment. Vi har forbindelse igennem et in-flight call til Andreas Mogensen oppe på ISS, hvor han fortæller om hvordan det foregår når han som forskernes fortrop skal udføre massevis af forsøg i det vægtløse miljø. Men astronauterne og kosmonauterne på ISS får hjælp af et kæmpe hold af mennesker på Jorden, som har hver deres speciale. Der er både forskere, ingeniører, programmører, assistenter, bureaukrater og mange flere, som er dybt involveret i arbejdet med ISS. I denne episode af RumSnak sætter vi fokus på nogle af de danske forsøg, der aktuelt er oppe på ISS – og vi skal særligt høre om en aktivitetsmåler fra Danish Aerospace Company og om en søvntracker fra Aarhus Universitet. Det er Mads Toudal Frandsen (SDU), Kaare Mikkelsen (AU) og Thomas A. E. Andersen (Danish Aerospace Company) der fortæller. Lyt med på RumSnak LIVE, optaget på SDU den 8. november 2023
Sie ist die exklusivste Wohngemeinschaft überhaupt. Jetzt wird der ständige Außenposten der Menschheit im Weltall 25 Jahre alt. Wir sprechen mit einem, der die ISS von innen kennt, dem deutschen Raumfahrer Thomas Reiter.
SpaceX is counting down to a second test launch for the Super Heavy. The White House is laying out rules for governing space tourism and space stations owned by private companies. And asteroid will soon occult Betelgeuse. Mars is glowing green?
Iss ein bisserl weniger! Beweg dich mehr! Streng dich halt an, sei nicht so faul! Solche oder so ähnliche Sätze haben wohl schon viele Menschen mit Übergewicht, mit Adipositas, gehört. Doch diese Aussagen schaden oft mehr, als sie helfen. Das schreiben die Adipositas-Experten Bianca-Karla Itariu und Siegfried Meryn in ihrem neuen Buch "Schlank auf Rezept. Die Abnehmrevolution", das 2023 im Edition a Verlag erschienen ist. Im ersten "Besser leben" Live-Talk auf der Buch Wien erklären Itariu, Fachärztin für Innere Medizin und ehemalige Leiterin der Adipositas Ambulanz am Wiener AKH, und der Internist Meryn, bekannt aus ORF-Gesundheitssendungen, wie gesunde Gewichtsreduktion funktioniert, wann sogenannte Abnehmspritzen wie Ozempic oder Wegovy sinnvoll sind und wieso es nicht immer aufs Gewicht, sondern auf den Fettanteil ankommt.
Andreas Mogensen har fejret fødselsdag ombord på ISS. Er der lys i kagen? Og hvad sker der, når man "taber" en værkstøjskasse under en rumvrandring?Det er igen blevet populært at have klamydia...åbenbart. Specielt i Aalborg. Vi taler med læge Jakob om den, for os, helt ukendte infektion. I et forsøg på at lave et "Op med humøret"-øjeblik, ringer vi til tidligere klamydiabærende Nicoline. Det virker dog som om, den dårlige sex var et større problem end den medfølgende smitte. Og hvad er et svensk kys egentlig?Værter: Anders Breinholt og Anders Lund Madsen
In this edition: 01. NASA streaming service 02. CubeSats How An Accidental Standard Launched A New Space Age 03. Below are recurring links that normally do not change 04. FO-99 Schedule 05. AMSAT Keps Link 06. AMSAT Distance Records 07. AMSAT President Club 08. Satellite Status Page 09. Satellite Status Page 2 10. FM Satellite Frequencies 11. Linear Satellite Frequencies 12. ISS pass prediction times 13. FO-29 Schedule 14. AMSAT Getting Started with Amateur Satellites digital 15. AMSAT News Service 16. AMSATs GOLF Program 17. AMSAT Hardware Store 18. AMSAT Gear on Zazzle 19. AMSAT Remove Before Flight Keychains 20. AMSAT Membership 21. AMSAT Donations 22. AMSAT on X (Twitter) 23. and more.
A global superstar following his legendary cover version of David Bowie's Space Oddity aboard the ISS, Colonel Chris Hadfield is also an ace fighter pilot, a veteran of two space walks, the author of multiple New York Times bestsellers, the former NASA Director of Operations in Russia, one of the most popular TED talkers of all time, an adviser to SpaceX and Virgin Galactic, and was personally asked by King Charles to help lead a new project to protect the space environment. He joins the How To Academy Podcast to share out-of-this-world stories from his life to date, including not only his time as an astronaut but his early days as an RCAF pilot intercepting Soviet bombers in North American airspace. His new novel The Defector – the sequel to his million-selling thriller The Apollo Murders – takes us into the world of Cold War fighter pilots in a dizzying game of spies, lies, and a possible high level defection playing out across three continents. It's a tale sizzling with the kind of detail and authenticity that only one of the world's best fighter pilots can provide. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The International Space Station, (ISS) orbits the Earth 16 times every day. But it's so much more than just a spacecraft. The ISS is a laboratory in space that provides awesome information about living and working in microgravity. Listen to Erin Winick Anthony, science communicator, founder of STEAM Powered Media, and former NASA engineer explain just how important the ISS is to us here on Earth.
Funny white slurs by TikTok gal. ISS pics, ball earth diagram, women astronauts! Petra city: Arabs are awesome! Great calls! The Hake Report, Tuesday, November 14, 2023 AD — no show yesterday! TIME STAMPS (Combined / "Full" recording)* (0:00:00) Start* (0:00:23) Topics* (0:01:38) Hey, guys! Amazin' Christmas Monkeys (TFS tee)* (0:04:42) Bigg Bump correction: Trump per Epstein prosecutor* (0:07:03) STREAM DROPPED, AUDIO ISSUES, HAKE IN A FUNK* (0:10:17) white slurs by black TikTok gal, alphabetic list* (0:18:12) Cool pics from International Space Station* (0:27:42) ball earth diagrams, horizon views* (0:33:50) Supers: Hake's art degree, space diagrams* (0:37:56) Super: BasedAmericaFirst, Gov't Cars* (0:42:15) Women astronauts lost tools in space, ISS* (0:48:21) WILLIAM, CA: Curse on us? * (0:58:12) "I Blew Up the Clinic Real Good" - Steve Taylor (1987, I Predict 1990)* (1:02:55) Funny Supers* (1:04:42) Saudi blogger on Palestinians, Bibi the coward* (1:11:01) Hassan on the Saudi take, his father* (1:14:45) Awesome city of Petra, in Jordan* (1:19:48) Shot in sleep on a bus, Seattle area, WA* (1:29:16) JOHNNY, SD, historic quotes: foreign wars, no friends, armies * (1:37:55) ALEX, CA: "Projecting your insecurities" annoying accusation* (1:45:06) RICK, VA: Aborsh, let them be wrong* (1:50:05) Supers: Evil Is Real to "flat tards" * (1:51:21) "D.D.F." - The Cootees (1997, Let's Play House)BLOG https://www.thehakereport.com/blog/2023/11/14/the-hake-report-tue-11-14-23 PODCAST by HAKE SubstackLive M-F 9-11 AM PT (11-1 CT / 12-2 ET) Call-in 1-888-775-3773 – thehakereport.com VIDEO YouTube | Rumble* | Facebook | X | BitChute | Odysee* PODCAST Apple | Spotify | Castbox | Substack (RSS) *SUPER CHAT on asterisked above, or BuyMeACoffee | Streamlabs | Ko-fi SUPPORT HAKE Substack | SubscribeStar | Locals || SHOP Teespring ALSO SEE Hake News on The JLP Show | Appearances (other shows, etc.) JLP Network: JLP | Church | TFS | Hake | Nick | Joel Get full access to HAKE at thehakereport.substack.com/subscribe
Remembering those who served. Secret Service agents protecting Naomi Biden fired shots after attempted vehicle break-in. New toys added to the Toy Hall of Fame. Republican presidential candidate Tim Scott drops out of the 2024 race. Ukrainian military officer coordinated Nord Stream pipeline attack. Astronauts dropped a tool bag during an ISS spacewalk, and you can see it with binoculars. AI adult website. Trump says he will consider Tucker Carlson as running mate. Women consider friendhip as important as romantic relationships.
Nightmare at nearly 250 miles above Earth as ISS astronauts on a spacewalk accidentally drop their toolbox. Iceland volcano: Thousands flee over eruption fears. ‘Russian hackers link' to huge US state breach. How a beer brewers adapt to climate change.Also in this episode:Inspector Gadget-style phone's beamed onto palm of handCall of Duty (nearly) breaks internet with web surge'Actual intelligence'...supermarket dumps self-serviceRome's Colosseum as seen in ancient heyday Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Biff and Jacques chat nick names as Jacques futbol son is on a team where lot of kids (including his 2 best pals) speak Portuguese and his name is Cabelo Longo (Long Hair) … it comes from a very sweet place … it will grow on him (see what I did there) but we LOVE it. ON OTHER HAND … Cabelo Longo's U14 teammates had racist things yelled to them in Futbol championship game in Amherst NH. Biff and Jacques have a hockey brother (Guitar Center Scottie) in LA whose Japanese Boy Band model looking son moved to Quebec to play prep school hockey … he was in Boston area so Jacques and his son got to see and hand out and really was a good day. Jacques family got to be in room while Management's boss talked with her pal who currently is on the ISS (yes, the International Space Station). A classic Joe Self Indulgent Theater, talk some of Jacques comedy stuff and how Taylor Swift is not an economy unto herself… and … she's awesome. CPP on IG: @CarnivalPersonnelPodcast and on Twitter: @Carnival Podcast Biff on Twitter is @BiffPlaysHockey Joe on Twitter is: @Optigrabber Jacques on Twitter is @TheJacques4 (but really … @CarnivalPodcast) Opening Song: Opening Song: Gomer by Dan Cray and Beyond ID Closing Song: All Pissed Off by Dan Cray (DanCray.net)
TWiV reveals a prediction of the expected endemic seasonality of COVID-19, based on circulation of human coronaviruses, and ecological clearance of vaccine-targeted human papillomaviruses and an increase in circulation of non-targeted virus types. Hosts: Vincent Racaniello, Dickson Despommier, Alan Dove, and Kathy Spindler Subscribe (free): Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, RSS, email Become a patron of TWiV! Links for this episode MicrobeTV Discord Server MicrobeTV store at Cafepress Global Scholar Travel Awards (ASV) Research assistant position in Rosenfeld Lab CBER/FDA (pdf) The New City by Dickson Despommier Seasonality of endemic COVID-19 (mBio) Diversity of non-vaccine targeted HPVs (Cell Host Microbe) Wart's up doc? (TWiV 126) Letters read on TWiV 1061 Timestamps by Jolene. Thanks! Weekly Picks Dickson – 2023 expected to be hottest year on record after warmest October ever Kathy – You can see the ISS toolbag with binoculars, Billy Collins wikipedia, What dogs think (probably) Alan – Landmark case to get sanitation declared a civil right Vincent – SciComm Studios Listener Picks Charmaine – Petition fo National Science Appreciation Day Peter – Let's eradicate polio this winter Intro music is by Ronald Jenkees Send your virology questions and comments to firstname.lastname@example.org
Gary Jay Parker is a real estate developer who lives in Phoenix Arizona. While doing research for a project in Egypt, he discovered an alien message written beside the Great Pyramid in a 2012 NASA photo. Gary also claims to have discovered a giant alien in the July 26th, 2012 NASA photo. Gary made a video showing how to find and see the alien. He sent the video to NASA last week and the very next day NASA removed the original photo from their website. Gary claims that he has communicated with the giant alien using a channeled message from the alien while standing in the Gila River in Florence, Arizona. Gary has sent his findings to NASA officials, the media, academia, religious organizations, federal authorities to which there has been no response. Fact or Fiction, you be the judge. Send me your emails to email@example.com
Diese Woche mit Sina Kürtz und Aeneas Rooch. Ihre Themen sind: - Der Weekly-Fail der NASA: Im All ist eine Werkzeugtasche verloren gegangen – nicht zum ersten Mal ... - Da steht was von Bauchplatscher-Forschung! Aeneas freut sich schon – und fällt mal wieder rein. - Soundprobleme, weil die anderen beim Multi-Player zocken die ganze Zeit Chips knuspern? Das Problem ist gelöst! - „ChatGPT funktioniert besser, wenn wir emotionale Eingaben machen“ – was soll das denn heißen? Weitere Infos und Studien gibt's hier: Blog der NASA zur ISS: https://blogs.nasa.gov/spacestation/2023/11/ Slamming forces during water entry of a simple harmonic oscillator: https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/journal-of-fluid-mechanics/article/slamming-forces-during-water-entry-of-a-simple-harmonic-oscillator/4E80C056B7CF95B96714AB11BDF938DF Large Language Models Understand and Can Be Enhanced by Emotional Stimuli: https://arxiv.org/pdf/2307.11760.pdf Unser Podcast-Tipp der Woche: Der Podcast zum 100. Geburtstag des Godfather der deutschen Comedy: Loriot. Loriot 100 – mehr Lametta mit Ariana Baborie https://www.ardaudiothek.de/sendung/loriot-100-mehr-lametta-mit-ariana-baborie/12866833/ Habt ihr auch Nerd-Facts und schlechte Witze für uns? Schreibt uns bei WhatsApp oder schickt eine Sprachnachricht: 0174/4321508 Oder per E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Oder direkt auf http://swr.li/faktab Instagram: @charlotte.grieser @julianistin @sinologin @aeneasrooch Redaktion: Charlotte Grieser und Chris Eckardt Idee: Christoph König
On this week's episode, we replicate a pumpkin using 3D scanning and 3D printing in the AG3D lab. While the Replicator in Star Trek is still far away, todays technology has come A LONG WAY since even 10 years ago. We discuss what we used to bring this pumpkin-stein into life, and I also share some background on how 3D scanning and 3D printing went from an expensive set of tech, to something almost anyone can have in their homes for under $500. Space and 3D printing are also slowly beginning to cross-the-streams, and we discuss things like the 3D printed wrench in the ISS and how we think additive manufacturing is going to help revolutionize how humans live and work in space. We're discussing what we can do TODAY with technology that's certainly the precursor to a a sci-fi future we see in Star Trek. It also brings up the existential question - what IS this 3dprinted pumpkin? Is it real? Is it a copy? Or some kind of spectral capture of a pumpkin, like a digital memory? We'd love to know what you think and if you have any questions - so email us at email@example.com! SOURCES: https://www.nasa.gov/missions/station/space-station-3-d-printer-builds-ratchet-wrench-to-complete-first-phase-of-operations/ https://www.ag3d-printing.com Revopoint 3D Scanner - Inspire https://amzn.to/3sxLKpp (Affiliate link - if you choose to purchase through this link I do get paid a commission. Not an Ad or sponsored by RevoPoint) -------------------------- Spread Love, Spread Science Alex G. Orphanos We'd like to thank our sponsors: • Magic Mind - Use code TODAYINSPACE20 for 20% off! https://www.magicmind.com/todayinspace • AG3D Printing Follow us: @todayinspacepod on Instagram/Twitter @todayinspace on TikTok /TodayInSpacePodcast on Facebook Support the podcast: • Try Magic Mind - Go to https://www.magicmind.com/todayinspace Use code TODAYINSPACE20 for 20% off! • Buy a 3D printed gift from our shop - ag3dprinting.etsy.com • Get a free quote on your next 3D printing project at ag3d-printing.com • Donate at todayinspace.net #3dprinting #3dprinted #3dscanning #maker #space #rocket #podcast #spacex #moon #science #nasa #spacetravel #spaceexploration #solarsystem #spacecraft #technology #carlsagan #aerospace #spacetechnology #engineer #stem #interstellar
In this edition: 01. University of Louisiana ELaNa Grant application 02. Delphi C3 - DO64 Deorbiting 03. WRC to consider band changes 04. SatDump 05. Below are recurring links that normally do not change 06. FO-99 Schedule 07. AMSAT Keps Link 08. AMSAT Distance Records 09. AMSAT President Club 10. Satellite Status Page 11. Satellite Status Page 2 12. FM Satellite Frequencies 13. Linear Satellite Frequencies 14. ISS pass prediction times 15. FO-29 Schedule 16. AMSAT Getting Started with Amateur Satellites digital 17. AMSAT News Service 18. AMSATs GOLF Program 19. AMSAT Hardware Store 20. AMSAT Gear on Zazzle 21. AMSAT Remove Before Flight Keychains 22. AMSAT Membership 23. AMSAT Donations 24. AMSAT on X (Twitter) 25. and more.
On today's show, I've got five stories teed up that all share a letter in common… we'll meet a tortoise looking for his forever home, before travelling to Fiji for a netball carnival. We'll hear the clickitty clacks of typewriters being used by teens, and meet the young Indigenous filmmaker behind Towney Time. After that, it's time for an out-of-this-world Wow of the Week. Quiz Questions What did they nickname the big tortoise? What country did the Aussie netballers visit? What might make typewriters attractive to people with ADHD? What's the name of Penelope Towney's channel? How long did the space travellers end up spending in space? Bonus Tricky Question What constellation did Penelope make a video about? Answers Frank the Tank Fiji The sounds, the lack of screen makes it easier to focus, the click-clack of the buttons Towney Time Over a year, double their planned length Bonus Tricky Answer "The Emu in the Sky"
Det vælter ud med tal fra de danske børsnoterede selskaber, og eftersom investorerne synes at sidde på nåle, er der nok af både store og små detaljer at holde øje med. Millionærklubben stikker snuden i dagens aktuelle udmeldinger fra bl.a. Novo Nordisk og Netcompany, samler op på gårsdagens nedsmeltning i Ørsted og udmelding fra ISS, og taler med rederiet Nordens adm. direktør, Jan Rindbo. Altsammen med de to faste paneldeltagere, chefanalytiker i Svenssen & Tudborg, Lau Svenssen og senior aktiestrateg i Jyske Bank, Michelle Nørgaard. Vært: Bodil Johanne Gantzel. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
TONIGHT: The show begins in Gaza City, tunnel to tunnel, with the methodical IDF, then to Ukraine and the search for ammo to keep fitting until Springtime. From South of France to Moscow banks and the hated rouble; from Beijing to Bletchley Park UK; from the nuclear arsenal of China, Russia and the US to the property bobble in Shanghai. From the walls of Troy to ISS. From boomtown Guyana to the cecline of Petro in Bogota. Attention to mapping the glaciers of Mars. 1792 Jacobins
Listen Now to 37 Future Now Show We saw the most amazing sunset this last week, setting the tone for today’s show. There’s a place off of Skyline where you are above the clouds, looking out across a peaceful wispy world, as the sun descends into the Pacific..mmm… Meanwhile Apple has announced their latest and greatest Apple silicon at their “Scarey Fast” event, and our very own Taylor Barcroft brings us up to speed. Lots of space news this week, with Jeff Bezos revealing his lunar lander, embryos on the ISS, and green living paint to revivify the Martian atmosphere. And lots of AI evolution, from new video editing tools to Peter Diamandis’s personal AI clone, available to you for querying! We also have a Tesla diner being constructed in Beverly Hills, combining fast food dining with charging. Plus the latest from Swami Beyondananda with Jim Rough on creating a collaboratively wise democracy for us all, something that could make a major difference in our quality of life. Enjoy! Tesla diner being built in Beverly Hills
Spaceflight News— ABL Dusts Itself Off (spacenews.com) (harryohanley.substack.com)Short & Sweet— NASA struggles to open asteroid sample container (space.com)— Rocket Lab to return (spacenews.com)Questions, Comments, Corrections— From the intro: Blue Origin's latest Blue Moon mockup (spacenews.com)— Canopée to ferry Ariane 6 (fosstodon.org/@AkaSci)— You can register to send your name with Europa Clipper (europa.nasa.gov)— Mike Stewart's core rope memory reader (finally) debuted on CuriousMarc's channel (youtube.com)— Aaron Sawdey: Crew Dragon engine inventory (discord.com):Interview -- Daniel Faber, CEO and Adam Harris, CCO of Orbit Fab— Further reading — Furphy on ISS (issnationallab.org) — Analysis of a potential Orbit Fab shuttle/depot architecture (researchgate.net)— orbitfab.com— linkedin.com/in/adam-harris-363414a6— linkedin.com/in/danielfaber— linkedin.com/company/orbitfabThis Week in Spaceflight History— 4 Nov, 2011: The end of Mars-500 (space.com) (wikipedia.org) (bbc.com)— Next week (11/7 - 11/13) in 1995: Mission extension… of 4.7 m
01. 41st Symposium Welcome 02. 41st Symposium Small Sat Propulsion 03. 41st Symposium Microwave Ambitions 04. 41st Symposium Engineering Update 05. 41st Symposium ASCENT and Fox-Plus Updates 06. 41st Symposium PACSAT Update 07. 41st Symposium CubeSatSim Update 08. 41st Symposium ThinSat Project 09. 41st Symposium AMSAT Youth Initiative 10. 41st Symposium Lunar Environment 11. 41st Symposium Secondary Payloads 12. 41st Symposium AMSAT-HB Update 13. 41st Symposium AMSAT-UK Update 14. 41st Symposium ARISS Update 15. 40th Anniversary of Hams in Space 16. Planned Non-AMSAT Satellites 17. Space Qualified Antennas 18. AMSAT Annual General Meeting and Awards 19. New Hebrides YJ0TT 20. Ray, KN2K Simple Portable Satellite Tracker 21. Below are recurring links that normally do not change 22. FO-99 Schedule 23. AMSAT Keps Link 24. AMSAT Distance Records 25. AMSAT President Club 26. Satellite Status Page 27. Satellite Status Page 2 28. FM Satellite Frequencies 29. Linear Satellite Frequencies 30. ISS pass prediction times 31. FO-29 Schedule 32. AMSAT Getting Started with Amateur Satellites digital 33. AMSAT News Service 34. AMSATs GOLF Program 35. AMSAT Hardware Store 36. AMSAT Gear on Zazzle 37. AMSAT Remove Before Flight Keychains 38. AMSAT Membership 39. AMSAT Donations 40. AMSAT on X (Twitter) 41. and more.
Marcia Smith of SpacePolicyOnline.com joins me for a roundup of space policy topics—the House Speaker mayhem, the outlook for budgets over the next year, what to do about the ISS and its related expenses, and a lot more.This episode of Main Engine Cut Off is brought to you by 35 executive producers—Frank, Kris, Tyler, Fred, Lee, Pat from KC, Dawn Aerospace, Stealth Julian, Craig from SpaceHappyHour.com, Theo and Violet, Steve, Benjamin, Warren, Pat, Donald, Joel, David, Ryan, Will and Lars from Agile Space, Bob, The Astrogators at SEE, Tim Dodd, the Everyday Astronaut, Jan, SmallSpark Space Systems, Joonas, Brandon, Harrison, Matt, Chris, Russell, and four anonymous—and 838 other supporters.TopicsSpacePolicyOnline.com – Your first stop for news, information and analysis about civil, military and commercial space programsShutdown Averted, Government Funded Until November 17 – SpacePolicyOnline.comSpeaker Mike Johnson: “The People's House is Back in Business” – SpacePolicyOnline.comNASA Safety Panel Issues Clarion Call for ISS Deorbit Tug – SpacePolicyOnline.comNASA Upbeat About Future of Mars Sample Return Despite IRB-2 Report – SpacePolicyOnline.comSpaceX Warns Government Regulations Slowing Starship, Could Let China Get Ahead – SpacePolicyOnline.comNASA IG Skeptical of Major SLS Cost Savings From Services Contract – SpacePolicyOnline.comThe ShowLike the show? Support the show!Email your thoughts, comments, and questions to firstname.lastname@example.orgFollow @WeHaveMECOFollow @email@example.com on MastodonListen to MECO HeadlinesListen to Off-NominalJoin the Off-Nominal DiscordSubscribe on Apple Podcasts, Overcast, Pocket Casts, Spotify, Google Play, Stitcher, TuneIn or elsewhereSubscribe to the Main Engine Cut Off NewsletterArtwork photo by Stoke SpaceWork with me and my design and development agency: Pine Works
October is National Principal's Month - to celebrate and help principals walk in their purpose we have the autographed copy of my book, Road to Awesome: The Journey of a Leader here, at a special price of just $20 and free shipping (use code FOBA)Johnathan Cranford has seven years of experience as a special education teacher on a therapeutic campus for students with emotional disturbance and four more years as an in-school suspension teacher at two middle schools. After discovering how in-school suspension programs are failing to meet the needs of our most at-risk students, Johnathan created a successful in-school suspension program to address the current disciplinary, academic, and restorative requirements of our student populations. After establishing successful ISS programs on two campuses, he made the decision to create a roadmap for others to follow in his latest book The Art of In-School Suspension. Social Media: Twitter: @MrCranfordISS, website: www.theartofiss.comBook Darrin to speak at your school or conference contact us hereGrab your copy of Darrin's FREE e-book Walk in Your Purpose Check out Darrin's blog for great leadership tips and ideasSign up for the Road to Awesome email list and newsletterHave a book idea you'd like to submit to Road to Awesome? Click here
In today's episode, Erin takes us on a journey from her childhood in Florida, where shuttle launches ignited her passion for space. From sewing Halloween costumes to studying mechanical engineering, Erin's diverse path led her to NASA and MIT. She shares the thrill of contributing to the Benefits for Humanity initiative, bridging the gap between science and the public. And, amidst her love for sewing, Erin weaves stories that bring scientists and their breakthroughs to life. Join us as we explore the cosmic tapestry of Erin's fascinating career and the unique threads that connect her love for space and storytelling. OUTLINE: Here's approximate timestamps for the episode. 00:00 Intro to Episode - Erin Winick Anthony 00:58 Where Erin got her passion for space from 01:32 Shuttles going up, when you're growing up! 02:39 Effects of seeing a launch 03:07 Journey to space 04:04 Working at NASA 05:50 Science Communication Officer for the ISS 07:20 Benefits of the ISS for humanity 12:01 Sewing 14:30 STEAM Power Media 15:30 Upcoming mission (breaking news!) 19:00 Going alone - challenges/most enjoyed moments! 21:00 Yep… she's a Pinball Wizard 23:20 Other spacey idea's 24:30 Attention to Artermis Program 27:10 Quick Fire Questions 31:15 Wrap Up & Socials Follow Erin Anthony X: https://twitter.com/erinwinick Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/erinwinick TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@erinwinick Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/erinwinick/ Medium: https://medium.com/@erinwinick Website: https://www.steampowermedia.com/ Stay connected with us! Use #Astroben across various social media platforms to engage with us! (NEW - YOUTUBE): www.youtube.com/@astrobenpodcast Website: www.astroben.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/astrobenpodcast/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Gambleonit LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/astrobenpodcast/
Dr. Molly Mulligan and Dr. Ken Savin of Redwire join me to talk about successfully 3D bioprinting the first human knee meniscus on the International Space Station in their BioFabrication Facility, how this work fits into the near and far future of both health and the space market at large, and to discuss a wide-ranging set of related topics.This episode of Main Engine Cut Off is brought to you by 35 executive producers—Donald, Lee, Fred, Kris, Benjamin, Pat, Jan, Chris, Craig from SpaceHappyHour.com, Will and Lars from Agile Space, The Astrogators at SEE, Harrison, Joonas, Steve, Theo and Violet, Bob, Joel, Tim Dodd, the Everyday Astronaut, David, Pat from KC, Ryan, Russell, Stealth Julian, Brandon, Warren, Tyler, Dawn Aerospace, Matt, Frank, SmallSpark Space Systems, and four anonymous—and 837 other supporters.TopicsRedwire Space | Heritage + InnovationRedwire BioFabrication Facility Successfully Prints First Human Knee Meniscus on ISS, Paving the Way for Advanced In-Space Bioprinting Capabilities to Benefit Human Health | Redwire SpaceNG-18 Research: RedWire BioFabrication Facility - YouTubeThe ShowLike the show? Support the show!Email your thoughts, comments, and questions to firstname.lastname@example.orgFollow @WeHaveMECOFollow @email@example.com on MastodonListen to MECO HeadlinesListen to Off-NominalJoin the Off-Nominal DiscordSubscribe on Apple Podcasts, Overcast, Pocket Casts, Spotify, Google Play, Stitcher, TuneIn or elsewhereSubscribe to the Main Engine Cut Off NewsletterArtwork photo by Stoke SpaceWork with me and my design and development agency: Pine Works
Space is vast, cold, and dark which makes it the perfect setting for terrifying tales. Some of those who were brave enough to venture into the unknown had encounters that they couldn't explain, but they sure tried to. SOURCEShttps://www.smithsonianmag.com/smithsonian-institution/sad-story-laika-space-dog-and-her-one-way-trip-orbit-1-180968728/https://www.washingtonpost.com/archive/lifestyle/1978/04/07/cooper-ufo-stories-from-credible-sources/8607ee62-1f41-4c66-b6c2-3ee9e848c6bc/https://www.reddit.com/r/IAmA/comments/2a5vg8/i_am_buzz_aldrin_engineer_american_astronaut_and/cirrtxp/Space snake: https://www.youtube.com/watchsi=om9MdUS3T637qOqF&embeds_referring_euri=https%3A%2F%2Farnettfiles.com%2F&source_ve_path=Mjg2NjQsMTY0NTA2&feature=emb_share&v=krKIHoSTGnIhttps://www.google.com/urlq=https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/retropolis/wp/2018/04/10/buzz-aldrins-ufo-sighting-moon-missions-mystique-might-have-simple-explanation/&sa=D&source=docs&ust=1698165870415781&usg=AOvVaw1WpFeN8XRMXQwUOU2t2VgUhttps://www.hitc.com/en-gb/2023/10/11/nasas-gordon-cooper-lived-with-ufo-secret-and-made-it-his-mission-to-expose-alien-knowledge/This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5307439/advertisement
durée : 00:07:05 - franceinfo junior - Alors qu'une fuite touche la Station spatiale internationale (ISS), l'astronaute Philippe Perrin explique dans franceinfo junior comment on la répare. Il répond aux questions d'élèves de CM2.
In this edition: 01. AMSAT YouTube channel 02. NASA-TV website 03. Valley Stream South HS ARISS contact 04. A.L. Burruss Elementary ARISS contact 05. AMSAT-DL YouTube channel 06. ARRL Minnesota State Convention 07. ARRL Pacific Division Convention 08. Below are recurring links that normally do not change 09. FO-99 Schedule 10. AMSAT Keps Link 11. AMSAT Distance Records 12. AMSAT President Club 13. Satellite Status Page 14. Satellite Status Page 2 15. FM Satellite Frequencies 16. Linear Satellite Frequencies 17. ISS pass prediction times 18. FO-29 Schedule 19. AMSAT Getting Started with Amateur Satellites digital 20. AMSAT News Service 21. AMSATs GOLF Program 22. AMSAT Hardware Store 23. AMSAT Gear on Zazzle 24. AMSAT Remove Before Flight Keychains 25. AMSAT Membership 26. AMSAT Donations 27. AMSAT on X (Twitter) 28. and more.
Randy Bresnik was born into a family that already had an aviation legacy. His father was a U.S. Army Air Cavalry helicopter pilot in Vietnam and his grandfather spent five years as the official photographer for Amelia Earhart. But Bresnik would chart his own path, attending The Citadel as a Navy ROTC student and ultimately choosing the U.S. Marine Corps. He has flown 86 different types of planes but his favorite is the F/A-18.In this edition of "Veterans Chronicles," Bresnik takes us through his journey as a pilot, his early deployments, his memories of 9/11, and he goes into great detail about his close air support missions in the opening weeks of the Iraq War. He also details his pursuit of becoming a NASA astronaut, training for missions, and the family drama that played out on earth while he performed his first mission. Finally, Bresnik explains what a spacewalk is like and why he is excited about what lies ahead for the U.S. space program
Microbiologist Monsi Roman joined NASA in 1989 to help design the International Space Station. As the chief microbiologist for life support systems on the ISS, Roman was tasked with building air and water systems to support crews in space. That meant predicting how microbes would behave and preventing them from disrupting missions. And so, on today's show, host Aaron Scott talks to Roman about microbes in space: the risks they pose and where they might take us in the future of space travel. Questions about the science happening around you? Email firstname.lastname@example.org — we'd love to hear about it!
In episode 1563, Jack and Miles are joined by super producer, Joelle Monique, to discuss… Sh*tshow 2024: RFK Jr. Will Now Run As An Independent, FOX IS MAD AT HIM, Scholastic Book Fairs: Now With More Censorship, New NASA Spacesuits Will Be Made By Prada For Some Reason and more! Sh*tshow 2024: RFK Jr. Will Now Run As An Independent RFK JR's Campaign Speech Failure Robert F. Kennedy Jr.'s 2024 Launch Goes Viral For Wrong Reasons Biden Should Probably Be Worried About RFK Jr. RFK Jr. goes independent. Does that hurt Biden or Trump? Republicans turn on Robert F. Kennedy Jr. as he launches independent bid How Trump's Vaccine Support Is Splitting His Base RFK Jr. super PAC got $5M from megadonor who had backed Trump Pro-RFK Jr. Super PAC Has Deep Ties to Marjorie Taylor Greene, George Santos Scholastic Book Fairs: Now With More Censorship The nostalgic joys of the Scholastic Book Fair, explained BOOK FAIRS WILL SEE AN INCREASE IN CENSORSHIP ATTEMPTS THIS YEAR Scholastic Under Fire for Allowing Schools to Opt Out of ‘Diverse Books' for Book Fairs The Fleeting Magic of Scholastic Book Fairs LET ME RUIN YOUR CHILDHOOD: THE INEQUALITY OF SCHOOL BOOK FAIRS Scholastic Accused of Misusing Book Clubs Inside the Succession Drama at Scholastic, Where Harry Potter and Clifford Hang in the Balance New NASA Spacesuits Will Be Made By Prada For Some Reason What Did Playtex Have to Do With Neil Armstrong? The improbable story of the bra-maker who won the right to make astronaut spacesuits The astronaut wears Prada: Axiom taps fashion house to help design spacesuits for 2025 NASA moon mission What to know about Axiom Space, the company behind the first all-private mission to the ISS LISTEN: Sambassim by DJ PatifeSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
TONIGHT; The show starts in Israel and moves to Ukraine, then to the question of the intelligence failures by Israe, the US and more. From Gaza to Moscow to the South China Sea and a false narative by the PRC. Swiftly to North Island New Zealand and the imminent election; then back to assessing a three front war in Israel..Troube on the ISS. A mystery in astronomy--blue light around galaxies. 1790 Greewich Royal; Observatory
Pumpkin World Records… Bedbugs in France still alive… Fat Bear Week Final… Lotto update… Killers of the Flower Moon… Brando & Babs new bio… Lake Huron shipwreck and the musels… Mary Lou Retton really sick… Evan Gershkovich still in Russian jail… New George Santos charges… email@example.com Special Chickens… Algae for wound care… ISS has a leak… All about perspective Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices