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Welcome to program 207 of Shortwave Radiogram.

I'm Kim Andrew Elliott in Arlington, Virginia USA.

Here is the lineup for today's program, in MFSK modes as noted:

  1:42 MFSK32: Program preview (now)
  2:48 Australia's MAVIS telescope: clearer than Hubble
  6:39 MFSK64: JAXA capsule will return samples from ISS*
13:22 This week's images*
28:40 MFSK32: Closing announcements

* with image(s)

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From the Voice of America:

Australia's MAVIS Super Telescope Aims to Outdo NASA's Hubble

Phil Mercer
June 02, 2021

Australian scientists are leading an international consortium
that is building one of the world's most powerful ground-based
telescopes. It promises to see further and clearer than the
Hubble Space Telescope and unlock mysteries of the early
Universe.

The telescope is called MAVIS, or Multi-conjugate-adaptive-optics
Assisted Visible Imager and Spectrograph.

It's a long name for a highly complex instrument that will be the
first of its kind.

It aims to remove blurring from conventional telescope images
caused by turbulence in Earth's atmosphere, which is why the
stars appear to twinkle in the night sky.

Scientists in Australia say the new technology will allow them to
"peer back into the early Universe" and help them explore how the
first stars formed 13 billion years ago, as well as monitoring
changes in the weather on planets and moons in our solar system.

Images produced by MAVIS will be three times sharper than the
Hubble Space Telescope that was launched into Earth's low orbit
in 1990 and remains in operation.

Associate Professor Richard McDermid, a scientist based at
Sydney's Macquarie University, says the new telescope will change
the way we explore space.

"The clarity gives us two things," he said. "It helps us see a
sharper image, but it also helps us gain in sensitivity, so we
can see fainter things and we can see them more clearly. That
allows us to push into a new frontier of the furthest and
faintest things we can see. So, for example the first stars in
formation, inside the first galaxies because when we look far
away in astronomy we are also looking far back in time because it
takes time for the light to reach us. And so, yes, we are really
building on the legacy of Hubble but we are going to go deeper
and even sharper."

The ground-based telescope will be installed at a facility in
Chile run by the European Southern Observatory, a research
organization based in Germany. It will take seven years to build
at a cost of $44 million.

The MAVIS consortium is led by The Australian National
University, and involves Macquarie University, Italy's National
Institute for Astrophysics and France's Laboratoire
d'Astrophysique.

https://www.voanews.com/east-asia-pacific/australias-mavis-super-telescope-aims-outdo-nasas-hubble

See also:
https://mavis-ao.org/

 

 

 


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From Universe Today:

JAXA Using Water Bottle Technology for Sample-Return Missions
From the ISS

Matt Williams
May 31, 2021

The International Space Station (ISS) is not only the largest and
most sophisticated orbiting research facility ever built, it is
arguably the most important research facility we have. With its
cutting-edge facilities and microgravity environment, the ISS is
able to conduct lucrative experiments that are leading to
advances in astrobiology, astronomy, medicine, biology, space
weather and meteorology, and materials science.

Unfortunately, the cost of transporting experiments to and from
the ISS is rather expensive and something only a handful of space
agencies are currently able to do. To address this, the Japanese
Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) and Tiger Corporation
partnered in 2018 to create a new type of container that would
cut the cost of returning samples to Earth. With the success of
their initial design, JAXA and Tiger are looking to create a
reusable version that will allow for regular sample returns from
the ISS.

Established in 1923, Tiger is an international corporation based
in Osaka, Japan, that specializes in vacuum insulation and
related technologies. This technology, which the company has used
for decades to create insulated water bottles, also has
applications for space exploration. In recent years, JAXA began
investigating the technology to create storage containers that
could keep experimental samples cool during their return to
Earth.

In September 2018, JAXA launched the Kounotori 7 (HTV-7) mission,
the seventh flight of the H-II Transfer Vehicle (HTV). While
transporting supplies to the ISS, JAXA decided to use this flight
to validate a new method for transporting samples of protein
crystals (which were part of a growth experiment conducted inside
Japan's Kibo Laboratory Module) back from the ISS.

This consisted of a special sample container (NPL-A100)
co-developed by JAXA and Tiger that was placed inside the HTV
Small Re-entry Capsule (HSRC). Since the re-entry capsule was too
small to rely on an electrical cooling system, JAXA and Tiger
needed a sample container that relied on "passive insulation"
methods to keep its contents at stable temperatures.

In the end, they used the same technology Tiger relies on to
create stainless steel thermal bottles to develop a
double-walled, vacuum-insulated vessel that weighed about 9.7 kg
(21.4 lb). As Keiji Nakai, who is the manager of the Product
Development Group (3rd section) at Tiger explained to Universe
Today via email, the container had to meet some very strict
requirements:

"The double-walled, vacuum container for this mission had to
maintain the temperature inside the container at 4 C 2 C
(39.2 F 3.6 F) over the course of four or more days and
protect the container from the enormous 40G impact when
landing in the ocean upon returning to Earth."

A number of cold packs were also included in the capsule to
ensure that the container's temperature remained stable. The
mission was a success and represented a major milestone for JAXA,
which previously did not have the option of independently
recovering materials from the ISS. Like many space agencies
taking part in the ISS, JAXA had been dependent on Roscosmos and
NASA to provide transportation services.

The next step in the JAXA-Tiger collaboration involves the
creation of a smaller, lighter, and more durable container that
can keep samples stable at lower temperatures and for longer. But
the most stringent requirement is that it must be durable enough
to be used more than once. Said the representatives at Tiger,
these and other specifications have gone into the design of the
second generation NPS-A100 container:

"We have reduced the weight of the container from 9.7 kg
(21.4 lb) to nearly 3 kg (6.6 lb) while also making it more
compact. With the addition of ice packs, it will maintain
temperatures inside of 20 C 2 C (68 F 3.6 F) for at
least twelve days, from the time the re-entry capsule leaves
the ISS to when it lands back on Earth. We have also made the
container more durable so it lasts at least three years or
six missions."

The NPS-A100 is likely to be transported to the ISS as part of
the CRS-22 commercial resupply mission that is scheduled for
early June and will involve a SpaceX Crew Dragon transporting
supplies and experiments to the ISS. Once again, the container
technology will be used to return protein crystals that are part
of ongoing biomedical research taking place in the Kibo
Laboratory inside the ISS's Japanese Experiment Module (JEM).

This research is leading to advances in the field of medicine and
the development of new cures and medicines. Beyond sample
containers, the technology resulting from this collaboration also
has numerous commercial and industrial applications. These
include transportation solutions for medical samples and reagents
that require storage under strict temperature conditions.

It could also lead to new applications for thermal management in
electric and hybrid cars. But perhaps the most interesting
application is in the development of next-generation building
materials that could provide high levels of insulation in extreme
environments such as Antarctica (where research stations need
to conserve heat!) and even on the Moon and Mars!

"The potential applications of our vacuum insulation technology
are limitless," states Tiger on their website. "This technology
will support cutting-edge fields in every industry, helping them
lead us towards a dynamic, exciting future."

Update: It has since been confirmed that the new vacuum container
will be launched aboard a Crew Dragon spacecraft on June 3rd to
the ISS, as part of the CRS-22 cargo resupply mission. The Tiger
Corporation also plans to launch a new line of products for the
US market, which is tentatively planned for September.

https://www.universetoday.com/150531/jaxa-using-water-bottle-technology-for-sample-return-missions-from-the-iss/

See also:
https://iss.jaxa.jp/en/htv/mission/htv-7/hsrc/index.html
https://www.tiger.jp/b2b/oem_aerospace01.html

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This week's images ...


The Strasburg Rail Road in Pennsylvania, now mostly a tourist
line, on June 1, 2021. https://bit.ly/3fOzJmC and
https://www.strasburgrailroad.com ...

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The Long March-7 Y3 rocket carrying the automated cargo resupply
spacecraft Tianzhou-2 as one of the missions to complete China's
space station, takes off from Wenchang Space Launch Center in
Hainan province, May 29, 2021. https://bit.ly/3vOvUTM ...

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Tomatoes displayed at the Fusion Gastronomy Fair in Madrid, where
more than 100 chefs from around the world will be taking part.
https://bit.ly/3fMXsUg ...

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An octopus at the Aquarium of the Pacific, Long Beach,
California. https://bit.ly/34MAmGE ...

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A tunnel on a coastal path in East Lothian, Scotland.
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Flowers at McCormicks Creek State Park, Spencer, Indiana.
https://bit.ly/2TCkZhY

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Close-up of a desert agave (Agave deserti) bloom at Anza-Borrego
Desert State Park, California. https://bit.ly/2Ri7cMB ...

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Our painting of the week is "Bauerngarten" (1907) by Gustav
Klimt. https://bit.ly/3fIO9EG ...

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    SWRG#207 closing song:

  https://www.midomi.com/Track?trackID=100255487795453519&song=hooked-on-a-feeling

  B.J. Thomas  -  Hooked On A Feeling  -  On My Way 1968

  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/B._J._Thomas

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This Is A Music Show #118
03 June 2021


0200-0300UTC Thursday on 5850 kHz

via WRMI, Okeechobee USA


***ALSO***

TIAnExpressMS w/ Radio Northern Europe International
via Channel 292 in Germany, on 6070 kHz.

Broadcast various dates/times. Check the schedule here:

https://www.channel292.de/schedule-6070-khz/
https://rnei.org/

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PLAYLIST

The Tornadoes - Globetrottin'
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Oliver Sain - Party Hearty
Maynard Ferguson - Spinning Wheel
France Joli - Gonna Get Over You

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Ledernacken - Rhyhthmus Rauch
Little Jon - Roots Girl
Sergio Mendes And Brasil '66 - Going Out Of My Head

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The Cables - Baby Why
The Krush - Reach
The S.O.S. Band - Nothing But The Best

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Dick Hyman - Living On Borrowed Time

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THIS DATA w/ Bert Kaempfert - Tenderly
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Pat Kelly - Love Oh Love

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Go here for show archives + official shop!

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The Tornadoes - Globetrottin'
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https://www.midomi.com/Track?trackID=100822531089652329&song=globetrotter

https://youtu.be/UJsvcyfESd8

 

Oliver Sain - Party Hearty
Maynard Ferguson - Spinning Wheel
France Joli - Gonna Get Over You
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https://www.midomi.com/Track?trackID=100247144339606166&song=party-hearty

https://www.midomi.com/Track?trackID=100194531707558781&song=spinning-wheel

https://www.midomi.com/Track?trackID=100031147436238826&song=gonna-get-over-you

 

https://youtu.be/Bee5d_v38CE

https://youtu.be/yHQUpZYe66s

https://youtu.be/SMVqAJcX9I4

 

Ledernacken - Rhyhthmus Rauch                    [Rhythmus Rausch]
Little Jon - Roots Girl
Sergio Mendes And Brasil '66 - Going Out Of My Head
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https://www.midomi.com/Track?trackID=100768786264583468&song=going-out-of-my-head

 

 

 

https://youtu.be/_5HV3KiaMeg

https://youtu.be/KSdN2nGHrRQ

https://youtu.be/3yYePRq_kEU

 

The Cables - Baby Why
The Krush - Reach
The S.O.S. Band - Nothing But The Best
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https://www.midomi.com/Track?trackID=100340296548791230&song=baby-why

https://www.midomi.com/Track?trackID=100394763065036386&song=reach

https://www.midomi.com/Track?trackID=100583827351219952&song=nothing-but-the-best

 

 

https://youtu.be/Xh9ROutgLWI

https://youtu.be/BqwTRchTDs8

https://youtu.be/u4Xkm2lPehU

 

 

Dick Hyman - Living On Borrowed Time
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https://youtu.be/Vb2tIt8ByN4

THIS DATA w/ Bert Kaempfert - Tenderly
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https://youtu.be/MBem7-Nipa0

 

Pat Kelly - Love Oh Love
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https://www.midomi.com/Track?trackID=100371166576165706&song=love-o-love

https://youtu.be/TlowH6TySu0


 

 

 



 

 

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Freddy Fender was born Baldemar Garza Huerta, June 4, 1937.

He died in 2006.


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1. The Snuts - Somebody Loves You 🇬🇧

https://www.midomi.com/Track?trackID=100861993801314383&song=always     (???)

https://youtu.be/9FffISMR9e8

2. Vidar Villa - HEI 🇳🇴

https://www.midomi.com/Track?trackID=100650049126707017&song=hei

https://youtu.be/ZREUGe9heqI

3. ABREU - 20 Ave Mariaa (RNEI Radio Edit) 🇫🇮

https://www.midomi.com/Track?trackID=100841691295150667&song=20-ave-mariaa

https://youtu.be/1LbNQn4Smi8

4. Samira Manners - Friend of Mine 🇸🇪/🇬🇧

https://www.midomi.com/Track?trackID=100248556601349265&song=friend-of-mine

https://youtu.be/kwz0VlOqdCE

5. Gamelle - Lower East 🇸🇪

https://www.midomi.com/Track?trackID=100970606131013482&song=lower-east

https://youtu.be/DPUbK3rcDqA

6. Hrm - N er fagurt upp til fjalla 🇮🇸/🇬🇧

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https://youtu.be/i_Cz_zJZaa0

7. Darin - Can't Stay Away 🇸🇪

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https://youtu.be/54PHddnnTp0

8. The Kooks & SeeB - Nave 🇬🇧/🇳🇴

https://www.midomi.com/Track?trackID=100177946688141674&song=naive

https://youtu.be/xMpwTqFKjqM

9. Jbel - Dumb 🇸🇪

https://www.midomi.com/Track?trackID=100221335555892438&song=dumb

https://youtu.be/2Rrnl8Hii0E

10. Hedda Mae - Sitting Down Here (De Neste) 🇳🇴

https://www.midomi.com/Track?trackID=100132303810212762&song=sitting-down-here-(de-neste)

https://youtu.be/GR--9bwWros

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

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    - RNEI #18 Playlist -
    1. The Snuts - Somebody Loves You 🇬🇧
    2. Vidar Villa - HEI 🇳🇴
    3. ABREU - 20 Ave Mariaa (RNEI Radio Edit) 🇫🇮
    4. Samira Manners - Friend of Mine 🇸🇪/🇬🇧
    5. Gamelle - Lower East 🇸🇪
    6. Hrm - N er fagurt upp til fjalla 🇮🇸/🇬🇧
    7. Darin - Can't Stay Away 🇸🇪
    8. The Kooks & SeeB - Nave 🇬🇧/🇳🇴
    9. Jbel - Dumb 🇸🇪
    10. Hedda Mae - Sitting Down Here (De Neste) 🇳🇴
    Email us: qsl@rnei.org
    Til vi mtes igjen, Ha det! o/
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