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Welcome to program 139 of VOA Radiogram from the Voice of

I'm Kim Andrew Elliott in Washington.

Here is the lineup for today's program, all in MFSK32 except
where noted:

  1:31 Program preview (now)
  3:10 New Shepard reusable rocket lands after launch*
  7:55 Lasers used to cool water*
14:09 El Ni˝o Brings Unexpected Fish to California*
19:30 News item from VOA Turkish Service**
22:45 Closing announcements*
26:05 Olivia 64-2000: Transmission schedule

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Bezos-led Space Company Successfully Lands Rocket After
Suborbital Launch

VOA News
November 24, 2015

Space transportation company, Blue Origin, successfully launched
and landed a suborbital rocket Tuesday in an important step
toward making reusable rockets.

The company, which is owned by Amazon founder Jeff Bezos, is
competing with Tesla Motors founder Elon Musk's SpaceX, among
others, to enter the commercial rocket business.

"Rockets have always been expendable. Not anymore. Now safely
tucked away at our launch site in West Texas is the rarest of
beasts, a used rocket," said Bezos in a Blue Origin blog post.

The New Shepard rocket was launched Monday from the company's
launch site in West Texas and climbed to an altitude of 100
kilometers before landing eight minutes later, according to the
company.The top speed reached by New Shepard was over three times
the speed of sound, the company said.

The test flight was unmanned, but the rocket is topped with a
capsule designed to carry six.

Musk took to Twitter to congratulate Bezos. SpaceX has not
succeeded in landing a rocket, but the company has had success
launching its spacecraft to higher altitudes at higher speeds.

Blue Origin hopes to offer suborbital flights aboard New Shepard,
but also wants to build and launch rockets capable of reaching
orbit carrying crew and cargo.

"The vision for Blue [Origin] is pretty simple," Bezos said at a
media event in September. "We want to see millions of people
living and working in space, and that's going to take a long
time. It's a worthwhile goal."


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Defying Logic, Lasers Used to Refrigerate Water

VOA News
November 23, 2015

Lasers aren't normally associated with cold temperatures, but a
team of researchers says it has been able to cool liquids using
the focused light beams.

Writing in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences,
researchers from the University of Washington (UW) say they used
an infrared laser to cool water by about 36 degrees Fahrenheit.

"Typically, when you go to the movies and see Star Wars laser
blasters, they heat things up. This is the first example of a
laser beam that will refrigerate liquids like water under
everyday conditions," said senior author Peter Pauzauskie, UW
assistant professor of materials science and engineering. "It was
really an open question as to whether this could be done because
normally water warms when illuminated."

The researchers said they developed their cooling laser using
material found in regular, commercial lasers, but "essentially
ran the laser phenomenon in reverse."

According to the researchers, the cooling lasers may be used to
"point" cool computer chips that are prone to overheating, making
computers more efficient. There could also be medical
applications such as cooling individual cells in order to better
see how they work.

"There's a lot of interest in how cells divide and how molecules
and enzymes function, and it's never been possible before to
refrigerate them to study their properties," said Pauzauskie, who
is also a scientist at the U.S. Department of Energy's Pacific
Northwest National Laboratory in Richland, Washington. "Using
laser cooling, it may be possible to prepare slow-motion movies
of life in action. And the advantage is that you don't have to
cool the entire cell, which could kill it or change its

The researchers said infrared light is better suited to
biological applications because visible light can give cells
"damaging sunburn."

Still, commercial applications are likely some time off as higher
powered cooling lasers with multiple crystals would be too energy

"Few people have thought about how they could use this technology
to solve problems because using lasers to refrigerate liquids
hasn't been possible before," said Pauzauskie. "We are interested
in the ideas other scientists or businesses might have for how
this might impact their basic research or bottom line."


Image: As they are cooled by the laser, the nanocrystals
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El Ni˝o Brings Unexpected Fish From Mexico to California

Faiza Elmasry
November 19, 2015

Fish in an unexpected spectrum of sizes, shapes and colors are
moving north, through El Ni˝o's warm currents from Mexican waters
to the Pacific Ocean off California's coast. El Nino is the
periodic warming of the eastern and central Pacific Ocean. This
phenomenon thrills scientists and gives anglers the chance of a
once-in-a-lifetime big catch.

Thanks to El Ni˝o, California's coastal waters have become more
hospitable to fish from the tropics. Hammerhead sharks are among

"For over a year now, a lot of warm water fishes that we don't
usually see have been coming up," said Rick Feeney, fish expert
from the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County.

The arrival of large numbers of big fish like wahoo and tuna has
also invigorated California's saltwater sport fishing industry,
which generates an estimated $1.8 billion a year.

"All the sport fish from Mexico are coming up here. In fact,
there's probably more sport fish up here than there are down at
the tip of Baja where they usually are. Things like marlin,
yellowtail, wahoo, yellow fin tuna, blue fin tuna, all sorts of
things that fishermen love to catch," said Feeney.

But southern California's warmer waters are forcing out other
species that local wildlife depend on.

"The normal stocks of anchovies and sardines have moved on. And a
lot of the seal populations and sea lion populations, the pups
are starving because the mothers can't find enough food. That
might be one of the effects of El Ni˝o," explained Feeney.

Researchers say the northern migration of fish in the Pacific
Ocean has been one of the most dynamic effects of the climate

"Historically, it's a temporary change, and once El Ni˝o stops,
it just goes back to the cold water fauna. But we all know about
global warming, and year by year we don't know how many of these
fish will actually stick around and reproduce," said Fenney.

El Ni˝o ľ and the tropical fish - are expected to be around until
early next year.


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NASA Yeni Astronotlar Arıyor


Amerikan Uzay ve Havacılık Dairesi (NASA) astronot olarak
g÷revlendirmek Řzere yeni yapılan başvuruları değerlendirmeye
alacağını ašıkladı.

NASA bunun insanlı uzay ušuşlarının yeniden Amerikan toprakları
Řzerinden yapılmaya başlanması ve Mars'a yolculuk projesinin
hazırlık aşaması olduğunu kaydetti.

Uzay ve Havacılık Dairesi sešilen astronotların d÷rt arašta
ušabileceklerini bildirdi. Bunlar Uluslararası Uzay İstasyonu,
iki ÷zel ticari uzay aracı ve NASA'ya ait Orion uzay aracı olarak

NASA y÷neticisi Charles Bolden, "Gelecek kuşak Amerikan
kaşifleri, Mars'a ayak basma hedefimizi geršekleştirmemize ve
yeni ufuklara ašılmamıza yardımcı olacak.

Bu g÷rev išin sešilenler Amerikan topraklarında yapılan uzay
mekiğinde ušacak, Uluslararası Uzay İstasyonu'nda kritik bilimsel
šalışmalara katkıda bulunacak ve uzay araştırmaları
teknolojisinin sınırlarını zorlayacak," dedi.

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