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Gonna now -- table to go back to New York.
We have a Jerry Kaplan joining us and Jeremy.
All -- -- -- today out there of course coming from off from our guest so far we -- force in New York.
Well want to talk a little bit about the incredible news from SpaceX about this morning's.
Rocket maneuvering -- you saw of course that this historic launch happen a few days ago.
Blast off of the SpaceX rocket carrying that dragon capsule which some are saying is the future of cargo.
The future of commercial space transportation.
So this morning -- had another milestone the first -- -- of course was was the launch itself successful launch getting this this rock up in orbit.
This morning the dragon craft.
Came -- little dance around the International Space Station.
Came as close -- one point six miles away which.
Sounds like a fair distance but think about retirement a very very very expensive thing the International Space Station.
You don't wanna crash into that you wanna come at all too close to -- settled -- but they were very very cautious and.
-- -- Are they gonna reach out with an arm now that then try to grab it tomorrow right is not planned.
Exactly exactly NASA took a look what happened already said they're testing of -- of of different systems one was -- special GPS system that.
Use of the distance between the rocket in between the space station to figure out.
Exactly where this craft is in space which I think that's pretty darn cool but yes.
Based on how successful that was -- and take a look early tomorrow morning I think it's 5 AM eastern 2 AM Pacific time.
-- is gonna say.
We think the world OK they're gonna go ahead and and reach out and grab that thing with this robotic arm in and -- it in.
Docking and in this space station's C -- we have an animation of that right now.
Yes so that's that's the real thing you were hoping for here is -- gonna be able to get in is -- docs excess fully that really validates everything they've been doing.
Temperatures the first thing is docked the last time -- anything from the US -- -- the space station was last July so it's.
It in private companies right now really fueling the the the future of the space station.
Yeah exactly and all they have here they actually this is actually a working mission they -- full of food.
Clothing other supplies that they need to from the space station right so.
Once that robotic arm grabs in the docket.
They're still -- very very cautious about the southern take another day in early Saturday morning they're gonna open the hatch.
Reach and grab the food -- -- to have ham sandwiches.
Snickers bars who -- -- -- but that's including routing and other supplies like that very essential.
And now you in yet this is it's a massive validation of everything that they've done.
If it works Jerry don't want don't.
It almost don't know how to successfully they're gonna get a contract and there's -- the -- have a -- finances -- dot the I's and cross the -- and sign that.
So that's what they're really hoping for this proves that they can bring cargo up there and that's gonna be a very very lucrative contract for this company.
In the -- Griffin and absolutely.
Are you know we've been doing anything this week was talking on what's turning in the West Coast East Coast central US and an around the globe on Twitter right now look at there's.
Some everything from follow your heart New York -- much your wife LA would have that -- -- is the hash tag to.
Her Lander which of course probably means Justin -- the pitcher for the Detroit Tigers -- -- -- I suspect that's probably where that comes from wells you guys have going on Fox News dot how many years have you guys been doing especially -- -- story -- seems to be turned over pretty quick.
Because a lot of stuff out there was treading on fox.
There's a couple of really fascinating stories are looking at the list of top stories right now.
That first story rugged mountain yields hundreds of World War II era plane -- is fantastic story about one of our reporters just.
Investigation into what happened to a number of the craft and even some -- soldiers that were lost forward to looking at.
Where they landed in the Himalayas trying to dig up the the wreckage of those planes simply fascinating.
-- to mention -- -- -- -- -- I'm in her own air to force taking off that the the the military recruiting goes out finds -- -- -- switch to the store with the fact we differ dot com as well -- about a year and a half ago we went to Hawaii they're out of right there it is you can feel Pearl Harbor.
They actually go around the globe they have an entire team.
Everything from investigators talked to -- They go through and look at all the old reports.
Maps and they have an actual team even goes out to the site.
In surveys it and they go back for the dig they actually go back.
To these locations around the world and bring home these men and women who are still missing in action and that's just for the military would present for other services as well.
Other parts of the government so an amazing thing so when you hear when I hear stories like that right away peaks my interest and no.
Kind of the background of how all that goes in this -- you're talking about the Himalayas sounds like a place that would be.
Extremely -- to see them do their work.
And we and it -- just like to that goes along with the story which shows some of the -- they've uncovered awesome and some the topography they have to sort through the challenges of of uncovering those planes.
Really fantastic stuff it's amazing.
So what -- yet -- next unrealistic if you often sorry that's -- in there that's all right it's all right to stories I want to mention we have two stories up right now on.
The budgetary issues that are are going on and on capitol certain to dominate the headlines the next couple days.
Next couple weeks the next couple months even that's going to be a big part of the whole election cycle so -- -- is.
As the ball battles back as the Republicans are pushing forwards on that.
On the other thing we have that's I think is very very cool on the tech guy -- know you're an attack on the big report.
Jonathan -- it is the designer for for apple is that -- lead designer designed most of the products the past I don't know a decade or more.
He was -- recently.
And in -- interview with the British paper after the knighthood.
They asked him what's what's most important product you've done what's the thing you want to be remembered for.
And I said I can't actually tell you about it it's the thing working on right now the thing that's coming up that we're developing right now is one of the greatest most important things we ever done.
Simply fantastic I love watch -- that companies up to always something innovative and cool from them.
And in a learning -- -- -- yourself too right.
Spotlight that I have PC stuff to a -- I didn't have of course element Blackberry -- and I use a Blackberry as -- and iPhone.
We know we have to wrap is really quickly admit we think the apple TV.
Frankly I think it's gonna be iPhone 5 I think had -- -- something completely different with really transforming and then and maybe they can reshape that market a little bit.
Yeah I don't like the date.
There's been some -- up there what's supposed to.
Hunters to see how that if if that's it -- -- -- the apple TV maybe there's something even -- they all kind of mesh together somehow who knows they're never muscles before it yet.
Of course or not they're gonna make sure that it of course they're gonna they're gonna mess with the media are on the way to the actual unveiling -- that's that's come there there's stick it does well -- The apple way and it's really not just.
For all of us -- -- Jeremy -- -- in your face again for your time I'll appreciate it for all the stuff on foxnews.com of course you go to foxnews.com.
You can find Jeremy there he does the text section for foxnews.com -- stuff guys and is not an overwhelming with text -- -- not understand it's gonna be.
Every -- tech technology that you use right now or -- will use in the near future.
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