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Before let's get you the second thing let's talk about and I'd like to think of this as the flat break -- talked about all of this stuff that was tough this is -- Yet -- we're looking and on NASA had some challenges here.
But -- -- -- remember that -- one of the greatest things that America's ever done and is responsible for the most fantastic innovations that we've seen in our lifetime sure.
Launched in 1977.
We sent up into -- stars it's been going and going and going.
And today some -- just announced that Voyager one is finally left our sources.
First seeing it the first object -- whatever that we've ever built so there were awesome -- of.
Did you write this article for foxnews.com I wrote that I have written it yet he's got down to how betting yet eleven billion miles away you know OK so how we keep up with Voyager -- we -- The computer stuff on board I mean are we going to be able to see that is it like a flight.
Data recorder like we have to wait for the -- behind the Bucs -- they -- beaming back signals to a cable and radio is -- -- relatively fast we're.
-- -- -- -- -- and I really had is that it's really remarkable all man that is so exciting and what's weird is they don't know what's out there so it hasn't it's not that it's in.
Some empty void it's somewhere and we're not really.
We're not sure that it's left our salute to my -- -- aeronautical engineer I've been around people who are just.
Just love that happens -- recently for Black History Month I interview the first African American in space.
And he described it as a place that I would definitely wanna spend some time however -- only person I know who would actually -- the -- And I think I might Eric you would do it and we'll be scary as heck but.
I mean think about what's up there and think about looking down for maybe a lawyer -- one and then all of its ears in space we'll have quite the story -- -- For sure are expensive just exclusive come back but not -- this is founded his article you have somebody you pick what you wanna -- Well this is our walk up towards the events this afternoon which sort of summarizes what's gone and again.
They're being very cautious they're not saying that he is -- -- I use that word Atlantis by at NASA because that's I think what's going on here.
And we're gonna wait and see accusations but it's going to be very interesting to see what Bolden says.
At 2 PM I'll be watching it very close to a report up by 3 PM wow I tell you C -- NASA chief Charlie Bolden and the winner congressional hearings -- interest and other -- you know you and I love that kind of stuff we work in news.
Great to see if this morning Jeremy I'll come back any time -- well thank you.
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