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Satellite Sisters
Cookbook Author Claire Tansey Plus A Tale of Two Turkeys, Rattlesnake Roadside Attraction, Broadway Plans

Satellite Sisters

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 73:42


Satellite Sisters Special Guest Chef and Uncomplicated Cookbook Author Claire Tansey has tips for destressing holiday entertaining.Don't miss Lian Dolan LIVE at Vroman's on Saturday Dec 5. Pasadena, CASHOP at our Satellite Sisters Shop here. Subscribe to our newsletter Pep Talk here.More on Claire Tansey: Use these links to Claire's latest book and her holiday appetizers class on Dec 5.Sisters get $10 off using code SISTERS10 (and everything is in Canadian $!!)Plus Claire's free facebook group, Dinner Uncomplicated.Julie visits Rattlers and Reptiles Roadside Attraction and has rattlesnake facts.Congrats to 100 year old swim champion Mighty Mo!New research on life stages and aging: As We Age, What Should We Change study from Stanford Center on Longevity. Read the report A New Map Of Life.Add your posts with the special tag #satsisterslookwhatIdid2021 in our Facebook group or your Instagram feed. Entertaining Sisters:Julie recommends:The Beatles: Get Back on Disney+. Documentary by Peter Jackson from unseen footage.Hank The Cowdog podcast with Matthew McConaughey. Liz is going to see Jagged Little Pill and The Six on Broadway.Watch for all the Tick Tick Boom! Cameos in new movie from Netflix about Jonathan Larson directed by Lin-Manuel Miranda.Lian reviews holiday movies about castles!Christmas at Castle Hart on Hallmark ChannelA Castle for Christmas with Brooke Shields and Cary Elwes on Netflix Thank you to our sponsors. Please use these special urls to support us and them:Ritual https://ritual.com/sistersThird Love https://thirdlove.com/sistersFramebridge https://framebridge.com/satsistersLian Dolan's books: For info on Lost and Found in Paris, The Sweeney Sisters and Lian Dolan's other books and appearances, go to www.liandolan.comPreorder Lost and Found in Paris from indie or online stores here.For all of our booklists at Bookshop.org, go to www.bookshop.org/shop/liandolanBuy The Sweeney Sisters here on bookshop.org or here on amazon.Join our community: Facebook Page, Facebook Group and on Instagram and Twitter @satsisters.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

RN Drive - Separate stories podcast
New satellite technology that could help us prevent bushfires

RN Drive - Separate stories podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 9:01


As we enter into summer we look at some emerging satellite technology that could help prevent future bushfires.

The John Batchelor Show
PLA Y-21 tanker vs Democracy. Jonathan Ward @jonathandtward, author of China's Vision of Victory. @GordonGChang

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 10:00


Photo:  An earlier version:   A starboard-side view of a Soviet Tu-16 [Tupolev; superior aircraft] Badger-A tanker aircraft refueling a Badger-C strike aircraft in flight. From Soviet Military Power 1985. ("Satellite imagery appears to indicate China has begun serial production of a tanker aircraft based on its indigenous Xi'an Y-20 airlifter, filling a notable gap in the power projection capabilities of its air force.") PLA  Y-21 tanker vs Democracy.  Jonathan Ward @jonathandtward, author of China's Vision of Victory. @GordonGChang https://www.foxnews.com/politics/biden-invites-taiwan-to-democracy-summit-in-likely-slap-at-china https://www.foxnews.com/world/chinas-use-of-refueling-aircraft-during-recent-taiwan-sortie-raises-concern

Future of Tech
The Future of Space Navigation

Future of Tech

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 50:56


Lots of kids look to the stars and think to themselves that someday they'd like to be among them. When asked about their dream career, many enthusiastically offer up, “I want to be an astronaut.” But few actually pursue this path and even less get close to achieving it. Then for those that nearly reach that goal as adults but don't end up as astronauts, it's more rare for those few to take that passion and find another way to channel it toward working in the space industry. At five years old, Luca Rossettini began pursuing his passion and he's never stopped. Today, he is CEO and Founder of D-Orbit, and his company provides space logistics and orbital transportation. On this episode of Future of Tech, Luca shares how his childhood passion has led to his current career and offers encouragement to the next generation. He discusses why the conditions are right for a rapid increase in the amount of space satellites, and he reveals that the future involves building logistical infrastructure in space. Enjoy this episode! Main Takeaways: Going up To Bring Data Back: There's a tremendous amount of data in space that can help life on Earth. All this data is a lurer for organizations to want to have satellites in space. As satellites have become more affordable and cloud technology has allowed for much greater data storage, businesses now have the ability to receive that data and bring it back to Earth Space Scalability: In an obvious way, space has a great deal of untapped potential. It's vast and ripe for exploration and opportunity. But another way to look at it is about how  a satellite presence in space can assist companies scale on Earth. For instance, satellites can help companies broaden their reach from a localized region to the entire world.  A Constellation of Satellites: Traditional satellites were huge, expensive, and only governments had the capacity to develop them, launch them, and then transport them exactly where they needed to be. Now, satellites are much smaller, relatively less expensive, and companies are able to get them to space. In terms of development, deployment, and maintenance, it's more accurate to consider the current state of satellites as constellations made up of many smallers stars rather than just a few supergiants. Space Infrastructure: Currently, space logistics occur mostly in the space to Earth arena. This makes sense because a majority of the infrastructure is on Earth. Eventually, logistics will evolve to be more of a space to space operation. When space infrastructure is further developed, manufacturing and recycling can then happen in space. --- Future of Tech is brought to you by Amdocs Tech. Amdocs Tech is Amdocs's R&D and technology center, paving the way to a better-connected future by creating open, innovative, best-in-class products and continuously evolving the way we work, learn and live. To learn more about Amdocs Tech, visit the Amdocs Technology page on LinkedIn.

All Around Science
Marathon Training

All Around Science

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 57:43


On today's episode: Astronauts prepared to evacuate the International Space Station. Learning how to use tools can improve your language skills? And we chat about marathon training and running science. All that and more today on All Around Science. LINKS: [ARTICLE] Russia Shot Down a Satellite, Creating a Dangerous Debris Cloud in Space [ARTICLE] Russia acknowledges anti-satellite test, but says it's no big deal [ARTICLE] Using Mechanical Tools Improves Our Language Skills THEME MUSIC by Andrew Allen https://twitter.com/KEYSwithSOUL http://andrewallenmusic.com

Manga Machinations
371 - Triple Dip 57 - Vasilisa! The Wise Princess and Other Classic Folktales, Young, Alive, in Love, The Town You Live in

Manga Machinations

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2021 74:40


It's time to take a look at releases from Star Fruit Books! We've assembled Vasilisa! The Wise Princess and Other Classic Folktales, Young, Alive, in Love, and The Town You Live in for this week's Triple Dip! Also Morgana loves Creepy Cat and dakazu talks about Blade Runner: Black Lotus!!! Buy manga from Star Fruit Books! Send us emails! mangamachinations@gmail.com  Follow us on Twitter! @mangamacpodcast Check out our website! https://mangamachinations.com Check out our YouTube channel! https://www.youtube.com/mangamactv Check out our tumblr! http://mangamachinations.tumblr.com Join our Discord! https://discord.me/mangamac Buy us a Ko-fi! https://ko-fi.com/mangamac Timestamps: 00:00:00 - Intro Song: “Are You Ready For Me Baby” by Funky Giraffe, Opening, Introductions, Avoiding arguments during Thanksgiving 00:01:42 - Whatchu Been Reading: Transition Song: “Funkymania” by The Original Orchestra, Morgana is excited that Creepy Cat finally got an English release 00:08:12 - Morgana and Darfox got their manga packages from dakazu 00:13:33 - Watching Blade Runner: Black Lotus and Blade Runner 2049 made dakazu realize how influential Blade Runner was on science fiction 00:28:47 - Next Episode Preview and Rundown: Glacier Bay Books Triple Dip, We will read the beginning of three different manga from Glacier Bay Books to pick our favorite, including: F by Imai Arata, Rabbit Game by Miyoshi, and Tsukiko and the Satellite and other stories by MISSISSIPPI 00:30:22 - Main Segment Star Fruit Books Triple Dip: The Town You Live in/Young, Alive, in Love/Vasilisa! The Wise Princess and Other Classic Folktales, Transition Song: “It's Over” by Generation Lost, We review three books from Star Fruit Books for discussion and to see if we'd continue reading it before picking our favorite of the three, Including: 00:31:46 - The Town You Live in by uminoji 00:44:07 - Young, Alive, in Love by Daisuke Nishijima 00:57:03 - Vasilisa! The Wise Princess and Other Classic Folktales by Keishi Kuraibe 01:11:26 - We picks our favorite out of the three manga 01:13:03 - Next Week's Topic: F/Rabbit Game/Tsukiko and the Satellite and other stories, Social Media Rundown, Sign Off Song: “Crazy for Your Love” by Orkas

The Aerospace Advantage
Episode 52 - Congress and Defense, Russian Satellite Shootdown and China‘s Nuclear Stance: The Rendezvous

The Aerospace Advantage

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2021 39:52


Episode 52 – Congress and Defense, Russian Satellite Shootdown, and China's Nuclear Stance: The Rendezvous Episode Summary: In episode 52 of the Aerospace advantage podcast Congress and Defense, Russian Satellite Shootdown, and China's Nuclear Stance: The Rendezvous, host John “Slick” Baum welcomes the Mitchell team to discuss stories that have dominated the news cycle. After stalling out for months, it looks like the Senate's version of the National Defense Authorization Act is headed for the floor. What should we be looking for in this bill?  Next, as if things weren't bad enough with the Chinese launch of the fractional orbital bombardment system, we've got the Russians blowing up a satellite, filling several orbits with thousands of fragments of debris. Finally, General Hyten, Vice Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, discussed what many of us have long suspected: China's nuclear build-up is about gaining a first-strike capability. These are incredibly important topics, so make sure you join us for this episode. Credits: Host: Lt Col (ret.) John “Slick” Baum, Senior Fellow, The Mitchell Institute for Aerospace Studies Producer: Daniel C. Rice Executive Producer: Douglas Birkey Guest: Lt Gen (ret.) David Deptula, Dean, The Mitchell Institute for Aerospace Studies Guest: Doug Birkey, Executive Director, The Mitchell Institute for Aerospace Studies Guest: Col (ret.) Mark “Gonzo” Gunzinger, Director of Future Concepts and Capabilities Assessments, The Mitchell Institute for Aerospace Studies Guest: Chris Stone, Senior Fellow, The Mitchell Institute Space Power Advantage Research Center Guest: Daniel Rice, Research Analyst, The Mitchell Institute for Aerospace Studies Links: Twitter: https://twitter.com/MitchellStudies Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/themitchellinstituteforaero/?hl=en Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Mitchell.Institute.Aerospace LinkedIn: https://bit.ly/3nzBisb Website: https://mitchellaerospacepower.org/ #MitchellStudies #AerospaceAdvantage #ASAT #China #Russia #Congress #NDAA Thank you for your continued support!

Interview Under Fire Podcast
S.10 E.20 – Interview with Black Satellite

Interview Under Fire Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2021 45:28


We end our 10th season of IUF with one of the more talented and creative rock bands to ever come to the surface, New York's very own Black Satellite. Vocalist Larissa Vale and guitarist Kyle Hawken have formed quite the chemistry in the last 4 years which spawned “Endless”, their debut record. They tell us the story about how that album then went on to put Black Satellite on the map as they toured with the likes of Starset while receiving the well deserved praise from many publications around the world. A rewarding yet humbling experience for the duo, but pressure? Nah. Larissa describes what she calls a “...new found confidence” as they are now preparing for the release of their highly-anticipated 2nd album titled “Aftermath”. Combining elements between hard rock and industrial sounds, and blending them with mesmerizing guitar melodies and haunting vocals, Black Satellite are sure to take the world by storm yet again. And last but not least, we talk to Larissa and Kyle about their one-of-a-kind collection of cover songs paying homage to fan favorites like Type-O Negative and Rammstein. And take our word for it, there are covers, and then there are COVERS. Black Satellite is a name you will be hearing a lot more in the very near future. It's a conversation you will want to dive into yourself as we open up the exciting stories from beginning, current, and to the future with Kyle and Larissa. The 2nd album, “Aftermath” is forthcoming in 2022.Stay connected with Black Satellite, visit: https://blacksatellite.com/, https://www.instagram.com/blacksatellite/, and https://www.facebook.com/BlackSatelliteOfficialStay connected with IUF, visit: https://interviewunderfire.com/

The Week Junior Show
Crashing satellites into asteroids

The Week Junior Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 19:22


On this week's episode of The Week Junior Show we'll find out about the amazing world of trees, the success of Children in Need and the astonishing plan to crash a spaceship into an asteroid. Plus, we'll have a debate all about whether dogs should be banned from sports fields. Tell us what you think of the podcast, what your opinion on the Big Debate is, or what's happening in the world around you and we might use your messages in a future podcast episode: Website: https://theweekjunior.co.uk Popjam: @TheWeekJunior Email: hello@theweekjunior.co.uk Make sure you ask an adult before contacting people online and don't forget to rate, review, and subscribe wherever you're listening to this. The Week Junior Show is the award-nominated news show for kids from the team behind The Week Junior magazine. There's a new episode every Friday where writers and editors discuss and digest bits from that week's issue. Use code PODCAST for a six week free trial of The Week Junior magazine at theweekjunior.co.uk   See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Tcast
We're All One Big Pile of Space Junk

Tcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 16:07


Junk. It's everywhere. From island-sized floating masses of garbage to the thousands of tons of space debris found in low orbit, mankind has left its permanent mark on planet Earth. As junk is generated as a byproduct of consumerism, the debris left behind by satellites, or the inefficient data-grabbing of companies; we are faced with mountains of waste every day.   The question then is, how should we tackle this junk problem? Similarly, how should companies handle the acquisition and exchange of data? In the information age, the ever-increasing volume of data is proving to be a challenge within the data marketplace.    In this episode, Alexander McCaig and Jason Rigby discuss human junk and its effect on our evolution.   The Self-Destructive Situation of Our Space Debris   There are a hundred million pieces of debris found in Earth's low orbit. Each of those are only larger than a millimeter. That may sound harmless, but the environment is different in outer space. Up there, there's barely any friction or gravity, which allows the individual pieces to speed up at around 17,500 miles per hour.   And so, a tiny piece of junk floating around can cause large amounts of damage to any equipment unfortunate enough to get hit. A bigger yet obvious problem is the difficulty with which people can repair damages, as it's hard to even reach the damaged equipment.   As of the year 2020, there are currently 3,372 active satellites in orbit. Now, the US Regulatory has already permitted SpaceX from launching satellites, of which they plan to launch 42,000 of them. This will only increase the risk of important satellites and instruments from being damaged.   The International Space Station has even had near-miss events because of space debris, which cements it as a real problem with real consequences. Obviously, this isn't the problem of the ISS alone.   Humanity's Junk and Its Effects on Our Evolution   Junk has become such a prevalent issue around the world, and yet we don't even consider why it exists in the first place. We create plastic and other pollutants for commercial goods, without taking into account what happens to it after it is thrown away.   Ever since humans have developed technology, we created this mentality of not caring about the aftermath of our actions. Which, in turn, has created all this junk and waste around us, which is hindering our evolution as a society.   This isn't to say that we are unaware of our predicament. However, the way we try and solve this problem is by simply going around the junk. For example, instead of trying to get rid of space debris, they instead designed better spacecraft to withstand the high-speed debris that crashes into our satellites.   In addition to humanity's indirect approach towards junk, our pre-existing systems are open and do not take into account the amount of waste that will inevitably get created. Because of the open systems that society has relied upon, we are continuously burying ourselves beneath our waste.   As an example of society's indirectness towards problems, picture this scenario. A child is left in their car seat as the parents go inside the store. The parents are reliant on the car's system, that it will provide AC and therefore keep the child cool. However, what happens when the AC malfunctions? We could design a camera to observe, but that's simply an indirect fix.   Instead of simply going to the root of the problem and simply bringing the child along, the parents create complicated measures.    TARTLE's Mission to Eradicate Junk Data   Junk is everywhere, and yet it is simply tolerated. Instead of finding roundabout ways to avoid junk, we should instead focus our efforts on it. Focusing on it gives humanity a deep understanding of the cause and effect of junk, and how we can eliminate it.   Within the data marketplace, TARTLE is cleaning up data for buyers and sellers alike, creating order and organization from piles upon piles of junk data. TARTLE is creating a closed system with no waste, making it efficient and precise. www.tartle.co   TCAST is brought to you by TARTLE. A global personal data marketplace that allows users to sell their personal information anonymously when they want to, while allowing buyers to access clean ready to analyze data sets on digital identities from all across the globe.   The show is hosted by Co-Founder and Source Data Pioneer Alexander McCaig and Head of Conscious Marketing Jason Rigby.   What's your data worth?   Find out at: https://tartle.co/   YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/TARTLE   Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TARTLEofficial/   Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tartle_official/   Twitter: https://twitter.com/TARTLEofficial   Spread the word!

Spider-Man Crawlspace Podcast
Podcast #716-Spider-Satellites Patreon Exclusive

Spider-Man Crawlspace Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 1:27


Enjoy your Thanksgiving travel with this new podcast. I'm very thankful for all our patreon members. If you would like to listen to this episode and help support the website/podcast sign up here.  https://www.patreon.com/crawlspace Here are the books we tackle on this episode : Venom #1 Spine-Tingling Spider-Man #1 & #2 Miles Morales #32-Craig Avengers Tech On #4 Amazing Fantasy #4 Spider-Woman #16 Black Widow #12 Iron Man #13 Jeff #8

TRUNEWS with Rick Wiles
Star Warrior: Russia Could Shoot Down NATO's GPS Satellites

TRUNEWS with Rick Wiles

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 74:23


A Russian television news anchorman delivered a chilling warning to NATO. The news presenter calmly stated on live Russian television that the Russian military demonstrated last week its ability to shoot down Western satellites that provide GPS navigation. Also, Russian President Vladimir Putin gets a jab of Sputnik Light, and then tests a nasal vaccine against coronavirus in the form of a liquid. In other news, US hospitals would rather shut down than hire the unvaccinated. Rick Wiles and Doc Burkhart have these stories and more on this edition of TRUNEWS. Rick Wiles, Doc Burkhart. Airdate 11/24/21

Today In Space
Kosmos-1408, Anti-Satellite tests, and 5 years of AG3D Printing | Thanksgiving | TIS259

Today In Space

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 34:19


A Happy Thanksgiving to all of you in the US - and happy holidays to everyone around our planet Earth! We have a great travel podcast for you - perfect for the driving, shopping, traveling you'll likely be doing this week. Between Anti-Satellite tests, Orbital debris, and the 5 year anniversary of our 3D printing lab AG3D - there's a lot to cover!  Thanks for joining us Have a great Thanksgiving!

Sci-Fi 5
Mystery Science Theater 3000 - November 24, 1988

Sci-Fi 5

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 5:01


It was on this day in 1988 that viewers got their first glimpse of the Satellite of Love. Mystery Science Theatre 3000 aired on KTMA in Minneapolis and launched a long-running series that has gone through many permutations since. Get the story on today's Sci-Fi 5. Follow Sci-Fi 5 for your daily dose of science-fiction history. Written and hosted by Ryan Myers Music by Devin Curry

The Roddenberry Podcast Network
SciFi5: Mystery Science Theater 3000 - November 24, 1988

The Roddenberry Podcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 5:01


It was on this day in 1988 that viewers got their first glimpse of the Satellite of Love. Mystery Science Theatre 3000 aired on KTMA in Minneapolis and launched a long-running series that has gone through many permutations since. Get the story on today's Sci-Fi 5. Follow Sci-Fi 5 for your daily dose of science-fiction history. Written and hosted by Ryan Myers Music by Devin Curry

The Orbital Mechanics Podcast
Episode 335: DOWNLINK--Matthew Kuhns, Masten Space Systems

The Orbital Mechanics Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 79:21


Spaceflight news— Astraaaaaa! (space.com) (spacenews.com) (en.wikipedia.org) — Astra issued an update after we recorded this episode (twitter.com/thesheetztweetz) (HT DeltaV: twitter.com/thesheetztweetz)Short & Sweet— Tyvak wins contract for very low-earth orbit mission (spacenews.com)— European startup tests aerospike engine (spacenews.com)— Satellite maneuvers to avoid near collision around Moon (cnet.com)Questions, comments, corrections— ThrustMe paper (nature.com)— From the intro: ASAT test (spaceflightnow.com) (youtube.com) (HT Andrew Z: airforcemag.com)Interview -- Matthew Kuhns, Head of R&D at Masten Space Systems— Masten in-Flight Alumina Spray Technique (masten.aero)— This study was a 2020 NIAC Phase I selection (nasa.gov) (researchgate.net)— Tests were run on a modified car lift (youtube.com)— The FAST concept is similar to the High Velocity Oxygen Fuel spray coating technique (sciencedirect.com)— Find more about Matthew and Masten: — linkedin.com — matthewkuhns.com — masten.aeroThis week in SF history— 26 Nov, 1965. Launch of Astérix, the first French satellite (pt deux?!) (en.wikipedia.org)— Next week (11/30 - 12/6) in 1990. The antihero.

Houston AMSAT Net Podcast
Houston AMSAT Net #1434 - 23 Nov 2021

Houston AMSAT Net Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 42:31


In this edition: 01. Ten-Koh 2 02. Open Source CubeSat Workshop 03. Iodine Electric Propulsion 04. SatNogs Network 05. 2021 AMSAT Virtual Symposium replay 06. Eureka ARC operating at the Eureka Weather Station 07. AMSAT Distance Records 08. ISS pass prediction times 09. Satellite distance records 10. FO-29 Schedule 11. FO-99 Schedule 12. AMSAT Keplerian Elements 13. ARISS Operation Mode 14. Join the 2021 Presidents Club 15. AMSAT Getting Started with Amateur Satellites digital 16. AMSAT Getting Started with Amateur Satellites print 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 Twitter 25. and more.

From Washington – FOX News Radio
Evening Edition: Concerned International Response After Russia Shoots Down Satellite

From Washington – FOX News Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 14:43


Last week, Russia fired a direct-ascent anti-satellite missile into orbit and destroyed a Soviet-era satellite. Everyone onboard the International Space Station were forced to take shelter inside the spacecraft as they passed through the debris field caused by the destruction of the satellite. FOX's Trey Yingst speaks to Todd Harrison, Director of the Aerospace Security Project and Defense Budget Analysis at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), about the international condemnation of the test and the history of the militarization of space. 

The FOX News Rundown
Evening Edition: Concerned International Response After Russia Shoots Down Satellite

The FOX News Rundown

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 14:43


Last week, Russia fired a direct-ascent anti-satellite missile into orbit and destroyed a Soviet-era satellite. Everyone onboard the International Space Station were forced to take shelter inside the spacecraft as they passed through the debris field caused by the destruction of the satellite. FOX's Trey Yingst speaks to Todd Harrison, Director of the Aerospace Security Project and Defense Budget Analysis at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), about the international condemnation of the test and the history of the militarization of space. 

Satellite Sisters
Thanksgiving Entertainment Tips Plus Satellite Sisters Next Gen Meghan Dolan Saporita on Family Decision-Making and Hometown Activism

Satellite Sisters

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 63:31


Niece Meghan Dolan Saporita visits to tell her aunts about big family decisions made during the pandemic and the local work she is doing with Not In Our Town. Plus news of Chinese tennis player Peng Shuai, Target closes for Thanksgiving and some entertainment tips for the holiday.SHOP at our Satellite Sisters Shop here. Subscribe to our newsletter Pep Talk here.Target makes Thankgsgiving closing permanent.Peng Shuai Chinese Tennis player allegationsResources shared by Next Gen Satellite Sister Meghan Dolan Saporita about Not In Our Town:Not In Our Town video that shares the group's goal.NIOT activities in schools videoArticle: Uphill battles NIOT faces in Northport (and everywhere)Article: Signs of HopeEntertaining Sisters:Lian's Guide to Family Binge-Viewing on Disney +:The Big ShotNew Doogie HowserOnly Murders in the Building (Hulu)Liz:Katie Couric's audiobook Going ThereKate Couric's next Question podcast about how she wrote her memoir Going ThereThe Morning Show Season Two on Apple TV +Lady Gaga in The House Of GucciThank you to today's sponsors and to listeners for using these special urls to support Satellite Sisters:ButcherBox https://butcherbox.com/sistersBetter Help https://betterhelp.com/satsistersMeUndies https://meundies.com/sistersRothys www.rothys.com/sistersFor info on Lost and Found in Paris, The Sweeney Sisters and Lian Dolan's other books and appearances, go to www.liandolan.comPreorder Lost and Found in Paris from indie or online stores here.For all of our booklists at Bookshop.org, go to www.bookshop.org/shop/liandolanBuy The Sweeney Sisters here on bookshop.org or here on amazon.Join our community: Facebook Page, Facebook Group and on Instagram and Twitter @satsisters.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Off-Nominal
46 - Anti-Satellite Own Goal

Off-Nominal

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 87:40


Jake and Anthony are joined by Jonathan McDowell, an astronomer at the Center for Astrophysics | Harvard & Smithsonian to talk about Russia's latest endangerment to the ISS—their anti-satellite operationthat resulted in a huge debris field—and about how Jonathan does all the excellent work he does tracking launches, satellites, and where everything in space is going.DrinksPhelddagrif - Thodes Ale - UntappdSátiro - Thodes Ale - UntappdGenmaichaOrangina | Sparkling Citrus DrinkAnthony's Gin & Tonic: half Drumshanbo Gunpowder Irish Gin, half Schweppes Tonic, and a shitload of limeTopicsOff-Nominal - YouTubeEpisode 46 - Anti-Satellite Own Goal (with Jonathan McDowell) - YouTubeRussia destroys satellite in ASAT test - SpaceNews2021 Russian satellite intercept - YouTubeOfficial ASAT - Anti Satellite Missile Mission / Mission Shakti Video by DRDO - YouTubeJonathan McDowell on Twitter: “Here is the orbit of ISS (blue) compared to that of the Ikar No. 39L satellite (cover name Kosmos-1408) (magenta) and the part of the orbit where the crew have been warned of possible collisions with a debris field (red). This shows Kosmos-1408 is a plausible candidate”Jonathan McDowell on Twitter: “The latest Starlink batch (Group 4-1) of 53 sats seems to include one dud - Starlink 3123 (red) is not orbit raising. (Green: deployment rods).”Jonathan McDowell on Twitter: “Another space collision of interest was the disintegration on 2020 Jul 12 of object 43673, an inert piece of a Japanese rocket. (Event - green; debris objects cataloged later - red; orbit height of 43673 itself - blue)”The edge of space: Revisiting the Karman Line - ScienceDirectOrbiting Frog Otolith - WikipediaKSP History Part 66 - Orbiting Frog Otolith - ImgurInternational Cometary Explorer - WikipediaKSP History Part 112 - ISEE-3 - post - ImgurPicksFoundation | Apple TV+The Planet Factory: Exoplanets and the Search for a Second Earth by Elizabeth TaskerAsteroids: How Love, Fear, and Greed Will Determine Our Future in Space by Martin ElvisUnmanned Spaceflight.comFollow JonathanJonathan McDowell (@planet4589) / TwitterJonathan's Space ReportFollow JakeWeMartians Podcast - Follow Humanity's Journey to MarsWeMartians Podcast (@We_Martians) | TwitterJake Robins (@JakeOnOrbit) | TwitterFollow AnthonyMain Engine Cut OffMain Engine Cut Off (@WeHaveMECO) | TwitterAnthony Colangelo (@acolangelo) | TwitterOff-Nominal MerchandiseOff-Nominal Logo TeeWeMartians Shop | MECO Shop

People Fixing the World
The tiny satellites changing how we see Earth

People Fixing the World

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 23:37


CubeSats are small but mighty. They started as an educational toy in 1999, but now help people tackle issues from deforestation in Brazil to modern slavery in Greece. Cheap to make and launch, these tiny satellites' biggest role is in remotely scanning the Earth. Thousands are whizzing over our heads right now tracking a huge range of stuff - including herds of elephants, coral reefs and volcanic ash clouds. We look at how CubeSats have opened up space to nations and start-up companies and helped usher in a new, commercial, space age. Produced and presented by Claire Bates. Image: A CubeSat (Nasa)

BATMAN-ON-FILM
The BOF Satellite Show 5 | "Something Hated About a Beloved Comic Book Movie"

BATMAN-ON-FILM

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 61:35


Rick Shew hosts the 5th (Not 4th, despite what Dick Shoes says!) to discuss the following with guests Bob Cesca and Freekbass: "Something Hated About a Beloved Comic Book Movie."

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary | Astronomy, Space & Science News
Russia Slammed for Anti-Satellite Missile Test

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary | Astronomy, Space & Science News

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 33:19


The Astronomy, Technology, and Space Science News Podcast.To listen to SpaceTime on your favorite App: https://link.chtbl.com/spacetime SpaceTime Series 24 Episode 133*Russia slammed for anti-satellite missile testRussia has been condemned by nations around the world for conducting an anti-satellite missile test which not only threatened the International Space Station and its crew – but has produced a growing cloud of shrapnel and debris that will remain a threat to space navigation for decades to come.*DART planetary defense mission ready for launchAll systems are go for this weeks the launch of NASA's Dart planetary defense mission. DART is part of a joint NASA European Space Agency mission to slam an impactor into a pyramid sized moon orbiting a mountain sized near Earth asteroid.*Fate of sinking tectonic plates revealedA new study claims Earth's tectonic plates remain intact though weakened as they sink down into the planet's mantel.*The Science ReportIncreased greenhouse gas levels confirmed as main drivers of global warming.New never before seen mineral found inside a diamond hauled up from deep below the Earth's surface.Palaeontologists have identified a new species of dinosaur in Greenland.Skeptic's guide to the annual bent spoon award.For more SpaceTime and show links: https://linktr.ee/biteszHQ If you love this podcast, please get someone else to listen as well. Thank you…To become a SpaceTime supporter and unlock commercial free editions of the show, gain early access and bonus content, please visit https://bitesz.supercast.com/ . Premium version now available via Spotify and Apple Podcasts.

Question of the Week - From the Naked Scientists
How do we prevent space collisions?

Question of the Week - From the Naked Scientists

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 3:34


This week, Matt contacted us asking "With three space missions currently converging on Mars how do the nations avoid orbital collisions? Do they share data, do they have transponders or space traffic control etc?". Katie King spoke with Chris Bridges, academic at Surrey Space Centre in the University of Surrey to find out how we keep our spacecraft from colliding.... Like this podcast? Please help us by supporting the Naked Scientists

The Duran Podcast
Russia destroys satellite with missile, alarms NATO and U.S.

The Duran Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2021 9:36


Russia destroys satellite with missile, alarms NATO and U.S. The Duran: Episode 1147 Russia Admits Destroying Satellite With Missile But Denies 'Risky Behavior' https://www.zerohedge.com/geopolitical/russia-admits-destroying-satellite-missile-denies-risky-behavior #Russia #SpaceForce #RussiaSatellite #TheDuran

Global Connected Aircraft Podcast
Partner Interview: Intelsat‘s John Wade Talks Future of Software-defined Satellites and In-flight Connectivity

Global Connected Aircraft Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2021 18:40


On this episode of the Connected Aviation Intelligence Podcast, we feature a sponsored interview with Intelsat. John Wade, president of the commercial aviation division of Intelsat, joins the episode to explain how the company's introduction of software-defined satellites will revolutionize in-flight connectivity (IFC).  Intelsat signed a contract with Airbus to build two OneSat satellites operating in multiple frequency bands that will power their next-generation software-defined network earlier this year. John talks about how that technology will improve in-flight connectivity performance and also gives a status update on Intelsat's current install base in terms of connected commercial aviation aircraft. Learn more about how Intelsat is shaping the future of connected air travel by clicking here. Have suggestions or topics we should focus on in the next episode? Email the host, Woodrow Bellamy at wbellamy@accessintel.com, or drop him a line on Twitter @WbellamyIIIAC.  Check out our publication Avionics International @AvionicsGlobal + www.aviationtoday.com.  Join our Avionics International LinkedIn group to suggest topics we should cover in our podcast, publications and events. www.linkedin.com/AvionicsMag  

Middle East Brief
Russia's Anti-Satellite Weapon: Understanding Russia's ASAT Test

Middle East Brief

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 21:01


On this episode, Aaron speaks with Dr. Laura Grego, Stanton Nuclear Security Fellow at the Laboratory for Nuclear Security and Policy at MIT, about Russia's November 15 test of a ground-based anti-satellite weapon, the challenges of space debris, and potential options to limit such tests in the future.

Main Engine Cut Off
T+201: Russia's Reckless and Awful Anti-Satellite Operation

Main Engine Cut Off

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 24:42


Russia recklessly carried out an anti-satellite operation on a large, defunct satellite in one of the most heavily-used and most important sections of Earth orbit. I share my thoughts on the operation, Russia's status in the space industry at large, and what the technical and political fallout may be coming out of this.This episode of Main Engine Cut Off is brought to you by 40 executive producers—Brandon, Simon, Lauren, Kris, Pat, Matt, Jorge, Ryan, Donald, Lee, Chris, Warren, Bob, Russell, Moritz, Joel, Jan, David, Joonas, Robb, Tim Dodd (the Everyday Astronaut!), Frank, Julian and Lars from Agile Space, Tommy, Matt, The Astrogators at SEE, Chris, Aegis Trade Law, Fred, Hemant, Dawn Aerospace, and seven anonymous—and 703 other supporters.TopicsRussia destroys satellite in ASAT test - SpaceNewsRussia Confirms ASAT Test, Denies Debris Threat – SpacePolicyOnline.comSWF Releases Updated Compilation of Anti-satellite Testing in Space | Secure World2021 Russian satellite intercept - YouTubeSpaceNav on Twitter: “Updated orbital element distribution from the COSMOS 1408 ASAT event.”Op-ed | Lessons to learn from Russia's Nudol ASAT test - SpaceNewsWhy India's ASAT Test Was Reckless – The DiplomatThe ShowLike the show? Support the show!Email your thoughts, comments, and questions to anthony@mainenginecutoff.comFollow @WeHaveMECOListen to MECO HeadlinesJoin the Off-Nominal DiscordSubscribe on Apple Podcasts, Overcast, Pocket Casts, Spotify, Google Play, Stitcher, TuneIn or elsewhereSubscribe to the Main Engine Cut Off NewsletterBuy shirts and Rocket Socks from the Main Engine Cut Off ShopMusic by Max JustusArtwork photo by NASA

The MuscleCar Place
TMCP #486: SEMA Show 2021 Special #2 – Kyle Tucker, Detroit Speed – Derek Bieris, Vise Grip Garage – Rick Love, Vintage Air – Blakely Fabiani, Ampere EV,Electric powered Delorean – Kevin Ericison, 1972 Satellite, Electrolite R

The MuscleCar Place

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 59:06


SEMA Show 2021 Special #2 – Kyle Tucker, Detroit Speed - Derek Bieris, Vise Grip Garage - Rick Love, Vintage Air - Blakely Fabiani, Ampere EV,Electric powered Delorean - Kevin Ericison, 1972 Satellite, Electrolite - Kyle Fickler & David Chamberlain, Driven Racing Oil The post TMCP #486: SEMA Show 2021 Special #2 – Kyle Tucker, Detroit Speed – Derek Bieris, Vise Grip Garage – Rick Love, Vintage Air – Blakely Fabiani, Ampere EV,Electric powered Delorean – Kevin Ericison, 1972 Satellite, Electrolite – Kyle Fickler & David Chamberlain, Driven Racing Oil first appeared on The Muscle Car Place.

The Vergecast
Apple will make repair manuals and parts available to public / Russia blows up a satellite / Biden signs infrastructure package

The Vergecast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 89:54


Nilay Patel and Dieter Bohn chat with policy reporter Makena Kelly about Pres. Biden's $1 trillion infrastructure package and what it will do to improve broadband access in the US. Senior science reporter Loren Grush joins the show to talk about Russia destroying one of its own satellites with a ground-based missile. Managing editor Alex Cranz stops by to chat about Apple opening up iPhones and Macs to DIY repairs. Stories referenced: Biden signs $1 trillion infrastructure package into law Biden's FCC is still deadlocked, and net neutrality hangs in the balance Biden's pick for FDA chief works at Google Russia blows up a satellite, creating a dangerous debris cloud in space NASA delays ambitious human lunar landing to 2025 NASA's Moon landing will likely be delayed ‘several years' beyond 2024, auditors say Blue Origin loses lawsuit against federal government over NASA's human lunar lander contracts SpaceX's Starlink reveals new smaller, rectangular user dish to connect to satellites Apple will sell you iPhone parts to fix your own phone at home The shareholder fight that forced Apple's hand on repair rights Apple reportedly wants to launch a self-driving EV in 2025 with a custom chip The Balmuda Phone is a compact Android phone from a high-end toaster company Meta's sci-fi haptic glove prototype lets you feel VR objects using air pockets Sonos finally adds DTS audio support to its home theater lineup Hyundai's restomod Grandeur is the perfect EV for a supervillain Google explains the tradeoffs that led to Pixel 6's slow charging complaints A look under the hood of the most successful streaming service on the planet Meta goes into lockdown Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Curiosity Daily
Birthday Effect, Psychological Richness, Star or Satellite?

Curiosity Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 20:05


Learn about the link between birthdays and COVID-19; “psychological richness” for a good life; and satellites vs. stars. More from Dr. Bapu Jena: Listen to Freakonomics, M.D.: https://freakonomics.com/freakonomics-md/  Covid and the “Birthday Effect” (Freakonomics, M.D. Ep. 1) - Freakonomics. (2021, August 4). Freakonomics. https://freakonomics.com/podcast/covid-and-the-birthday-effect-freakonomics-m-d-ep-1/  Follow @AnupamBJena on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AnupamBJena   Follow @DrBapuPod on Twitter: https://twitter.com/DrBapuPod  Harvard faculty page: https://hcp.hms.harvard.edu/people/anupam-b-jena  We've neglected the role of “psychological richness” when considering what makes a good life by Steffie Drucker We've Neglected The Role Of “Psychological Richness” When Considering What Makes A Good Life, Study Argues. (2021, September 14). Research Digest. https://digest.bps.org.uk/2021/09/14/weve-neglected-the-role-of-psychological-richness-when-considering-what-makes-a-good-life-study-argues/  Oishi, S., & Westgate, E. C. (2021). A psychologically rich life: Beyond happiness and meaning. Psychological Review. Advance online publication. https://doi.org/10.1037/rev0000317‌  Beyond Happiness: Why a Psychologically Rich Life Is a Good Life. (2021). Psychology Today. https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/living-single/202108/beyond-happiness-why-psychologically-rich-life-is-good-life  How to tell an artificial satellite from a star by Ashley Hamer (Listener question from Nero in Ghana) Space. (2021). Brown.edu. https://www.brown.edu/Departments/Joukowsky_Institute/courses/13things/7656.html Palma, C. (2018, April 5). Look up – it's a satellite! The Conversation. https://theconversation.com/look-up-its-a-satellite-94272  The Savvy Satellite Spotting Guide. (2014, November 8). AeroSavvy. https://aerosavvy.com/satellite-spotting/  GPS.gov: Space Segment. (2021). Gps.gov. https://www.gps.gov/systems/gps/space/  Carter, J. (2020, April 25). Is That A Planet, A Star Or A SpaceX Starlink Satellite? The Stargazing Apps You Need During Lockdown. Forbes. https://www.forbes.com/sites/jamiecartereurope/2020/04/24/is-that-a-planet-a-star-or-a-spacex-starlink-the-five-best-augmented-reality-stargazing-apps-you-need-during-lockdown/?sh=7997cff244fe  Follow Curiosity Daily on your favorite podcast app to learn something new every day withCody Gough andAshley Hamer. Still curious? Get exclusive science shows, nature documentaries, and more real-life entertainment on discovery+! Go to https://discoveryplus.com/curiosity to start your 7-day free trial. discovery+ is currently only available for US subscribers. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

New Scientist Weekly
#94: IBM's huge quantum computer, Russia's anti-satellite weapon, the verdict on COP26, AI predicting the next legal highs

New Scientist Weekly

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 27:42


The race for quantum supremacy continues, with IBM setting a new benchmark for processing power. But the new supercomputer hasn't actually demonstrated its capabilities just yet - so will it really beat its competitors? The team shares the latest. They also report on Russia's ‘dangerous' anti-satellite weapon test, which sent fragments of satellite hurtling towards the International Space Station. They hear from founder of the popular science YouTube channel Kurzgesagt, Philipp Dettmer, about his new book Immune: A Journey into the Mysterious System That Keeps You Alive. As the dust starts to settle following COP26 in Glasgow, the team reflects on the progress that has been made - providing countries stick to their pledges. And there's a story about an AI drug detective, which has been trained to help keep “legal highs” off the market. On the pod are Penny Sarchet, Timothy Revell, Matthew Sparkes, Leah Crane, Chelsea Whyte and Conrad Quility-Harper. To read about these stories and much more, subscribe at newscientist.com/podcasts. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Mark Moses Show
Head Coach Ted Kimmey-Satellite Football Interview (11/18/21)

The Mark Moses Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 12:26


The Mark Moses Show is joined by Head Football Coach Ted Kimmey of Satellite High School to get his thoughts on his football team as they host Bishop Moore this Friday night at home in the second round of the FHSAA Playoffs.  Listen to The Mark Moses Show weekday afternoons from 3-6 pm on Sports Radio 1560 The Fan & Sportsradio1560.com Follow him on social media @markmosesshow

Afternoon Drive with John Maytham
An anti-satellite missile test Russia conducted on Monday generated a debris field in low-Earth orbit

Afternoon Drive with John Maytham

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 6:03


Guest: Space Systems Engineer and Space Scientist Ani Vermeulen  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Expliquez-nous le monde
Épisode 69 : Explosion d'un satellite, la véritable guerre des étoiles

Expliquez-nous le monde

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 14:04


Tous aux abris ! Les sept astronautes qui viennent de prendre place à bord de la Station spatiale internationale, ont été accueillis avec la destruction d'un satellite russe, dont les débris sont passés tout près de leur position. Après plus de 70 ans à lancer des satellites, le ciel commence à être sérieusement embouteillé. Ces débris volant à 30 000 km/h peuvent se révéler extrêmement dangereux, on vous explique !

Ocean Science Radio
Coral Mapping with Satellites and Beyond

Ocean Science Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 24:30


The team speaks with two experts from The Nature Conservancy; Steven R. Schill - Lead Scientist and Valerie McNulty - Spatial Ecologist about their work developing multi-layered and rich Caribbean benthic maps. Learn about how these maps are created and why they are so important in policy and conservation decision-making. Be sure to visit http://caribbeanmarinemaps.tnc.org/ to see them in action!

Crazy and The King Podcast
The CATK Interview: Baltimore Artist Kim Rice

Crazy and The King Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 42:41


Join Torin and Julie in welcoming creator of Being White, Redlining, and The Inheritance on a must listen interview. Kim Rice creates large-scale works using common materials. Her installations are a meditation on institutional racism and the policies that continue to affect American society today. Kim earned her BFA in Sculpture and MFA in Printmaking from the University of Oklahoma. Her work has been shown throughout the country including the Alexandria Museum of Art, the Fred Jones Museum of Art, the Northern Illinois Art Museum, the Delaware Museum of Art, the Peale Museum, and Prospect.4 Satellite. She has received multiple awards, including the McNeese Grant for Socially Engaged Practice. Born in Kentucky, raised in California, educated in Oklahoma, loved in New Orleans and now home in Baltimore, Kim's work is influenced by her two children and the pile of books by her bed.

The John Batchelor Show
S4 Ep1808: The Kremlin shrugs off the anti-satellite test debris. @Felix_Light @CBSNews

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 11:05


Photo:  Space debris.  NASA CBS Eye on the World with John Batchelor CBS Audio Network @Batchelorshow  The Kremlin shrugs off the anti-satellite test debris. @Felix_Light @CBSNews https://www.cbsnews.com/news/russia-space-missile-test-satellite-debris/

Yang Daily - Andrew Yang News
Episode 456 – 11/17 – Russia blows up satellite, Deregulation inflamed supply crisis, Republican case for the CTC, and More!

Yang Daily - Andrew Yang News

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 7:08


In today's episode: Russia adds 15k new pieces of shrapnel to Earth's orbital debris cloud, We discuss how deregulation from the Clinton era contribute heavily to our current supply chain crisis, Humanity Forward puts out an essay on work requirements, Scott puts out a great essay on the Republican case for the CTC, and More! Links and transcript found here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1D83gapzAWrL_Hutp_iLyvw3edvh80soMfA0OPBQb-VA/edit?usp=sharing Help make this podcast possible at: https://www.patreon.com/YangDaily Message me @YangDailyCast or YangDailyPodcast@gmail.com! YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcx_EbiZhhRhvvjFdZryPCQ/videos

Cellar Notes on WYPR
The Bordeaux satellites

Cellar Notes on WYPR

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 4:02


Everyone knows the Bordeaux regions of Médoc, St. Emilion and Pomerol. But there are 62 other appellations there, many of which are producing super values. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Houston AMSAT Net Podcast
Houston AMSAT Net #1433 - 16 Nov 2021

Houston AMSAT Net Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 55:06


In this edition: 01. Z-Sat 02. IARU Workgroup 23cm Band 03. Space Physicas Data Audible 04. VY0ERC 05. Registration for ARRL National Convention in Orlando 06. 2021 AMSAT Virtual Symposium replay 07. Eureka ARC operating at the Eureka Weather Station 08. AMSAT Distance Records 09. ISS pass prediction times 10. Satellite distance records 11. FO-29 Schedule 12. FO-99 Schedule 13. AMSAT Keplerian Elements 14. ARISS Operation Mode 15. Join the 2021 Presidents Club 16. AMSAT Getting Started with Amateur Satellites digital 17. AMSAT Getting Started with Amateur Satellites print 18. AMSAT News Service 19. AMSATs GOLF Program 20. AMSAT Hardware Store 21. AMSAT Gear on Zazzle 22. AMSAT Remove Before Flight Keychains 23. AMSAT Membership 24. AMSAT Donations 25. AMSAT on Twitter 26. and more.

TRUNEWS with Rick Wiles
Five Blinded Eyes: Vladimir Putin's Satellite Shoot-Down Warned NATO

TRUNEWS with Rick Wiles

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 65:39


Today on TruNews, Rick Wiles comments that Australia's Victoria province could be only hours away from a dictatorship. Premier Daniel Andrews, the psychopath behind the draconian bill, agreed to accept some minor revisions to his Nazi-like law that would empower him to impose martial law if he deemed it necessary. New lockdowns for the unvaccinated are rolling out in Germany, as the EU falls the vaccine mandate. Are the UK, Germany, and France ready to go head-to-head against Moscow over Ukraine, even as Russia demonstrates its new satellite killer? Rick Wiles. Doc Burkhart. Airdate 11/16/21

Satellite Sisters
Gen Z in the Workplace! Taylor Swift! Tuesday Trends! Friendsgiving!

Satellite Sisters

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 67:27


It's a Next Gen takeover! Fiona Dolan is sitting in for Liz Dolan today and we're taking advantage of the generational difference with conversations about Gen Z in the Workplace, Tuesday Trends and Taylor Swift (Taylor's Version) . Plus, we do Entertaining Sisters and announce #SatSistersLookWhatIDid2021 .Entertaining Sisters:Red Notice on NetflixThe Other Two on HBO Little Women by Barbara Heller Table Wars with Martha StewartFind Fiona on Social!IG- @fionaadolann Twitter - @fifidolan Writing - EarlyRising.Co Plus, we announce December events: Announce Look What I Did 2021 Photos & End of Year Special#SatsistersLookWhatIDid2021 post on FB and InstagramPost for fun and be a part of our 2021 Season Ender Saturday, December 4 at 1:00 -- Booksigning at Vromans with Lian DolanSunday, December 12th at 5 pm PT-- Our Satellite Sisters Holiday Wrap PartyVisit our website Satellite Sisters: A Pep Talk For Modern WomenSHOP at our Satellite Sisters Shop here. Subscribe to our newsletter Pep Talk here.This week's sponsors:Molekule Air Purfiers Code Sisters Away Luggage & Travel EssentialsGreen Chef Code Sisters 125 Prose Personalized Hair ProductsSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

The Daily Space
Quasi-satellite of Earth has Lunar-like Material

The Daily Space

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 25:29


After five years of observations, researchers have found that the quasi-satellite Kamo'oalewa, which currently orbits the Earth, is similar to a lunar sample collected during the Apollo 14 mission. Plus, Russia blows up a satellite, TESS finds a circumbinary planet, and we interview Dr. Gail Christeson of the University of Texas, Austin, about mapping Chicxulub crater.

TODAY
November 16: Al Roker is tracking Northwest storms. Latest in the Kyle Rittenhouse trial —  jury deliberations to begin today. President Biden signs infrastructure bill. Astronauts forced to take shelter following Russian anti-satellite missile test.

TODAY

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 33:27


Al Roker is tracking that wild weather in the Northwest — the problems being created by flooding rain and high winds. Plus, the Kyle Rittenhouse trial will be turned over to the jury today following lengthy closing arguments. Also, breaking overnight — President Biden signs infrastructure bill and holds virtual talks amid US-China tensions. And, the crew aboard the International Space Station has been forced to shelter-in-place following a Russian anti-satellite missile test that caused debris to pass dangerously close to the station.

Hard Factor
11/16/21: Reese's Pie Weighs Over 3 Pounds, and They Didn't Make Nearly Enough

Hard Factor

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 65:08


On Indiana day, the boys break down the history of LSD, court cases, crypto in the metaverse, Russia making space explosions, old guys, young guys, scorpion floods, possums, more China black-baggings, and most importantly the 3+ pound Reese's cup pie that's already, sadly, sold out (00:21:23) (00:00:00) - Timestamps Cup of Coffee in the Big Time (00:07:07) - Fun Facts about Indiana (00:07:25) - Holidays: Indiana Day (00:09:35) - This Day in History: LSD Was Made in 1938 (00:12:30) - Honorable Mentions: Crypto, Court Cases, and Tiger King 2 (00:21:23) - #3 - Reese's Pie (00:23:48) - #2 - Kyle Rittenhouse Update (00:26:18) - #1 - Barbados Making a Metaverse Embassy in Decentraland (00:31:51) - Space Mountain - Russia Destroyed a Satellite with a Missile and Caused a Hectic Day for the International Space Station (00:42:45) - Old/New Corner: Oldest Physicist ever gets Doctorate at 98, and New to Life High School Runner was Robbed of 2nd Place State Finish in Michigan for Cursing TikTok International Moment (00:53:00) - Egypt - It's Literally Flooding Scorpions (00:56:47) - New Zealand - Aggressive Possum Attacks Woman (00:59:10) - China - Female Tennis Star “Mysteriously” Disappears After Affair with High Ranking CCP Official Comes to Light These stories, and much more, brought to you by our incredible sponsors: http://beanbox.com/hardfactorholiday - Give the coffee fanatic in your life an unforgettable coffee-tasting experience with Bean Box and get 15% off purchases of $40 or more. http://lightstream.com/factor - Get a special interest rate discount and save even more on a loan to consolidate your credit card debt http://trycaliper.com/factor - Get 20% off your first order of Caliper CBD when you use promo code FACTOR Go to store.hardfactor.com and patreon.com/hardfactor to support the pod with incredible merch and bonus podcasts Leave us a Voicemail at 512-270-1480, send us a voice memo to hardfactorvoicemail@gmail.com, and/or leave a 5-Star review on Apple Podcasts to hear it on Friday's show Other Places to Listen: Spotify, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, Lots More... Watch Full Episodes on YouTube Follow @HardFactorNews on Instagram, Twitter, TikTok, and Facebook

Geek News Central
Russia Blows Up a Satellite #1569

Geek News Central

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 53:37


Russia has blown up a Satellite into thousands of pieces and is recklessly endangering the other orbital satellites and the team on the International Space Station had to go to their capsules for real and hideout because of the idiot moves by the Russian government. This is the ultimate act of stupidity by the communist … Continue reading Russia Blows Up a Satellite #1569 → The post Russia Blows Up a Satellite #1569 appeared first on Geek News Central.

TED Talks Daily (SD video)
Tracking the whole world's carbon emissions -- with satellites and AI | Gavin McCormick

TED Talks Daily (SD video)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 11:20


What we know today about global greenhouse gas emissions is mostly self-reported by countries, and those numbers (sometimes tallied manually on paper!) are often inaccurate and prone to manipulation. If we really want to get serious about fighting climate change, we need a way to track carbon pollution in real-time and identify the worst culprits, says high-tech environmental activist Gavin McCormick. Enter Climate TRACE: a coalition of scientists, activists and tech companies using satellite imagery, big data and AI to monitor and transparently report on all of the world's emissions as they happen -- and speed up meaningful climate action. A powerful, free, global tool to match the scale of a civilization-threatening crisis.

TED Talks Daily
Tracking the whole world's carbon emissions -- with satellites and AI | Gavin McCormick

TED Talks Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 11:20


What we know today about global greenhouse gas emissions is mostly self-reported by countries, and those numbers (sometimes tallied manually on paper!) are often inaccurate and prone to manipulation. If we really want to get serious about fighting climate change, we need a way to track carbon pollution in real-time and identify the worst culprits, says high-tech environmental activist Gavin McCormick. Enter Climate TRACE: a coalition of scientists, activists and tech companies using satellite imagery, big data and AI to monitor and transparently report on all of the world's emissions as they happen -- and speed up meaningful climate action. A powerful, free, global tool to match the scale of a civilization-threatening crisis.