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Speaker: Dr. Chris McKay NASA/Ames Research Center From the 24th Annual International Mars Society Convention, held as a Virtual Convention worldwide on the Internet from October 14-17, 2021. The four-day International Mars Society Convention, held every year since 1998, brings together leading scientists, engineers, aerospace industry representatives, government policymakers and journalists to talk about the latest scientific discoveries, technological advances and political-economic developments that could help pave the way for a human mission to the planet Mars. Conference Papers and some presentations will be available on 🤍MarsPapers.org For more information on the Mars Society, visit our website at 🤍MarsSociety.org #MarsSociety #MarsSocCon2021
Watch with slides here: 🤍 The criteria for a habitable world initially was based on Earth and centered around liquid water on the surface, warmed by a Sun-like star. The moons of the outer Solar System, principally Europa and Enceladus, have demonstrated that liquid water can exist below the surface warmed by tidal forces from a giant planet. Titan demonstrates that surface liquids other than water - liquid methane/ethane - may be common on other worlds. In this presentation, McKay will discuss the expanding criteria for a habitable world. Taking into consideration the numerous extrasolar planets so far discovered and the prospect of discovering extrasolar moons, McKay believes it is timely to reconsider the possibilities for habitability in the Solar System and on extrasolar planets and moons, and how scientists determine the attributes and search methods for detecting habitable worlds and evidence of life. Brief Bio Chris is a research scientist with the NASA Ames Research Center. His research focuses on planetary science and the origin of life. He is also actively involved in planning for future Mars missions including human exploration. Chris been involved in research in Mars-like environments on Earth, traveling to the Antarctic dry valleys, Siberia, the Canadian Arctic, the Atacama, Namib, & Sahara deserts to study life in these Mars-like environments. He was a co-investigator on the Huygens probe to Saturn’s moon Titan in 2005, the Mars Phoenix lander mission in 2008, and the Mars Science Laboratory mission, launched in 2012.
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NASA Ames' Chris McKay is a planetary scientist, whose research includes planetary atmospheres and on the origins and evolution of life in the Solar System and the Universe. His work also includes planning the next generation of science instruments needed to better understand the chemicals and composition of the dirt on the surface of Mars. For more information about Dr. McKay's research and NASA Ames, please visit 🤍
Speaker: Dr. Chris McKay, a NASA Ames researcher who covered his work in searching for life on Mars and in extreme environments on Earth. The "International Mission to Mars" Design Course & Competition is being held in the summer of 2022 and is modeled on the approach taken by the best engineering courses at the university-level. With this program, we hope to make educational history by demonstrating the value of a new and much more creative way to teach science at the secondary school level than is currently being practiced. The results of the competition will be published in book form by the Mars Society. For more information about this program and other educational materials, visit 🤍 For more information about the Mars Society, visit 🤍
This is the official video for "The Only Way" from Chris McKay And The Critical Darlings' album Satisfactionista. Directed and filmed by Jay Braver (🤍) with additional footage from Daniel Peiken and Kevin Turner, "The Only Way" was shot in the fall of 2011 in and around Athens, Georgia. The car was provided courtesy of Todd Emily. Thanks to everyone involved in the making of the video. If you like it, be sure to rate the video to help us get more exposure. ROCK! The Critical Darlings 2011: Chris McKay (vocals, guitar) Alex Grizzard (drums) Kate Powell (keyboards, vocals) Adam West (bass) Ash Miltiades (guitar, vocals)
This is the first new release from Chris McKay since the Critical Darlings released Satisfactionista in 2009. This is also the first song McKay has ever released as a solo track. "That Excites Me" is intended to be a "mission statement" and mood setter for the latest project. It speaks to possible new directions, nervousness and anticipation. It also responds to people who have been wondering what's taking so long for the new music to come out. The sputtery, spastic drum part marks McKay's first drumming on a professional recording. He played everything on "That Excites Me" except for the keyboards which were performed by Mark Plemmons, a member of the new band which plans to debut soon. "That Excites Me" will likely be the first track on the full-length album that is planned to be released in 2013. Between now and then, singles from the album will be released digitally through Bandcamp as they become available. Many of them will feature non-album b-sides. McKay says, "Many of my friends and I have reached a point in our lives where things are changing. This is for them and for me. We are looking forward with anticipation and we are trying to be confident, but there is insecurity and anxiety that comes with it. I wanted to write a song that captures that feeling. I hope "That Excites Me" is that song and that it speaks to my friends and helps send positive energy their way. This is how I'm feeling at the moment and I know I'm not alone. This is now." This video was directed by Jay Braver and produced by Daniel Peiken. The video was shot on July 25 and August 2, 2012 in downtown Athens, Georgia, USA. Download the track exclusively (and directly from the artist) at this link: 🤍 The song will not be available anywhere else until the release of the album. Lyrics: That Excites Me (Music and lyrics by Chris McKay) Don't ask me to hurry. I've got nothing to prove. I won't let myself worry, 'cause there's nothing that I can do. I've done all they've asked me, everything I can. Now I'm doing what I want. I'm being who I am. And who that is, I'm not sure, But that excites me even more. I've lost track of time now or it's lost track of me. That's how I like it. That's the way it oughtta be. It gives me time to wander and kill time on my own. Until it catches and kills me, you'll find me where I go. And where that is, I'm not sure, But that excites me even more. Don't ask me to explain it. There's nothing I can prove. I won't let myself worry, 'cause there's nothing I can do. Don't ask silly questions, 'cause I won't hear a word. If you've really been listening, you've already heard. credits released 20 July 2012 Recorded from July 18 - 19, 2012 by Kyle Spence in Athens, Georgia. Instrumentation: Chris McKay - Drums, Bass, Guitars, Percussion, Vocals Mark Plemmons - Piano and Keyboards Cover art by Scott Bullock. Prints are available directly from the artist. Just contact him at 🤍facebook.com/scott.bullock.35 .
"The Best Of What's Around" says where I am in the moment. While "That Excites Me" is a battle cry for going forward, "The Best Of What's Around" is more of an honest assessment of where I am now and how I'm trying to look at life in this moment. For the first time in 8 years, I'm on my own, as I've stepped away from The Critical Darlings. I wanted to start off this era by getting back to my power pop roots. Upcoming tracks for the solo album (tentatively titled "Whatever Comes After The Future") will veer into darker rock and roll, as well as my attempts to add some gospel and blues influence into what I do. No doubt there will be some experiments thrown in as well. I hope the sound is a bit different from what one would've expected from The Darlings, while not betraying what I offered to that band. I used tones and sounds that were automatically off limits for The Critical Darlings as we put self-imposed rules on those recordings. We had hoped for a more "vintage" sound. For the new material, I'm doing whatever I want in the moment. These songs are also the very first time that I've ever played drums on official recordings. I hope I did okay. I also hope that these 2 new songs whet the appetite for my first true solo album which will probably not be released until the late summer or early fall of 2013. Thanks for listening. C lyrics The Best Of What's Around (Music and lyrics by Chris McKay) It doesn't matter how I feel as long as I get through the day I've thought about it lots of times, it doesn't matter anyway The grass is shining and the sun is on the ground I've gotta make the best of what's around. There's never been a sadder day to feel so much alive All these smiles can't cover up the tears I'm trying to hide. But I'll keep on moving on for as long as I can 'Cause that's the only thing I understand. Time just keeps moving on. I just keep moving on Trying to make the best of what's around. Every time that I get hit, knocked right off my feet, It's just a couple of days 'til I get a hold of me One thing after another is what defines a life And I have to believe it'll be alright Time just keeps moving on. I just keep moving on Trying to make the best of what's around. There's more to life than dates upon a stone There's more to us than we could ever see And maybe that's the beauty of who we are That we'll never see ourselves but for the trees It doesn't matter how I feel as long as I get through the day I've thought about it lots of times, it never mattered anyway The grass is shining and the sun is on the ground I've gotta make the best of what's around. Gotta make the best of what's around Gotta make the best of what's around credits from That Excites Me / The Best Of What's Around (Single) track released 07 December 2012 Recorded on August 14, 2012. Mixed on August 15, 2012. Chris McKay - vocals, guitars, bass, drums, percussion, keyboards Mark Plemmons - piano Engineered by Kyle Spence Video directed by Jay Braver "Starring" Jana Grizzard, Chris Razz, Chris McKay, and downtown Athens, Georgia.
NASA Ames astrobiolgist Dr. Chris McKay talks with documentary filmmaker Sam Burbank about the search for life in our solar system, the new definition of 'alien,' and why Mars is the best tool NASA has for inspiring young people to pursue a career in space science.
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Watch Chris McKay, a planetary scientist for NASA, as he speaks about Phoenix and the possibility of finding life on Mars. Also, listen to McKay describe how the landscape of the dry valleys of Antarctica mirrors that of Mars. See the full story on the Phoenix Lander at 🤍
Searching for life on other planets Christopher McKay, Planetary Scientist (NASA) talks about astrobiology, the Curiosity Mars mission and what it will take for humans to land on Mars.
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Dr. Christopher P. McKay, a planetary scientist at NASA Ames Research Center, who studies planetary atmospheres, astrobiology, and terraforming, gives a talk on April 2, 1997 about investigating the possibility of life on Mars. He is the guest speaker for the annual public lecture presented by the Massachusetts Space Grant Consortium at MIT. Please Subscribe! 🤍
This is a demo of a song that may wind up on the third Critical Darlings album. This solo version was recorded by me alone in my living room. The performance footage was shot in my kitchen on January 20, 2010 and the clouds were shot on January 17, 2010 over the graves of my father, grandmother and grandfather. It seemed appropriate. Between family, friends and heroes, there has been too much death recently. The lyric to this was written in the summer of 2009 following the death of my father-in-law. So yeah, it ain't exactly the cheeriest place to be coming from, but it's real. I did try to keep the positive side of the reality in there, too. I hope you can hear it. I dedicate this to those of you that know what I'm talking about.
Chris McKay, Planetary Scientist at NASA, speaking at the first L.A.S.T. festival lastfestival.com
Will Arnett and Chris McKay visit to discuss “The Lego Batman Movie,” out in theaters on February 10. Arnett voices Batman as he stars in his own adventure, but there are big changes brewing in Gotham and he must save the city from The Joker. Hear what the pair has to say about making a movie based on Lego characters when they stop by. Interview at 692 Broadway in NYC for BUILD Series. BUILD is a live interview series like no other—a chance for fans to sit inches away from some of today’s biggest names in entertainment, tech, fashion and business as they share the stories behind their projects and passions. Every conversation yields insights, inspiration and plenty of surprises as moderators and audience members ask questions. It all happens several times a day live and live-streamed on BUILDseries.com. Follow us: TWITTER: 🤍 FACEBOOK: 🤍 INSTAGRAM: 🤍 #BUILDseries #Interview
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Chris McKay & The Critical Darlings perform "Rage On" (from the Satisfactionista album) on Movie Screams Rock Show for People TV in Atlanta, Georgia on July 19, 2008 (Originally aired on September 15, 2008). This is the "censored" version. See if you can figure out why... Maybe we'll post the "uncensored" version later. Directed by Roosevelt Samarie L. for Movie Screams 🤍 🤍
Director Chris McKay talks to Joey Magidson of Awards Radar about the influences that went into 'The Tomorrow War.' For more great content, hit subscribe and visit AwardsRadar.com.
Google Tech Talks May 22, 2007 ABSTRACT Presented by Dr. Chris McKay, NASA Ames Research Center One of the main goals of astrobiology is the search for another type of life in our solar system. The planet Mars, Europa, one of the moons of Jupiter, and Enceladus one of the moons of Saturn, are the most likely targets for this search. With only one example of life on Earth it is not too surprising that we lack a precise definition of life or a clear strategy for how to search for it on other worlds. Studies of the limits of life and life in extreme environment may help us develop a search strategy for life on other worlds. Fossils are not enough. We will want to determine if life on elsewhere was a separate genesis from life on Earth. For this determination we need to access intact alien life; possibly frozen in the deep old permafrost of Mars or the icy surfaces of Europa and Enceladus. This Space Exploration series talk was hosted by Boris Debic.
One of the main goals of astrobiology is the search for another type of life in our solar system. The planet Mars, Europa, one of the moons of Jupiter, and Enceladus one of the moons of Saturn, are the most likely targets for this search. Studies of the limits of life and life in extreme environment may help us develop a search strategy for life on other worlds. Fossils are not enough. We will want to determine if life on elsewhere was a separate genesis from life on Earth. For this determination we need to access intact alien life; possibly frozen in the deep old permafrost of Mars or the icy surfaces of Europa and Enceladus. Chris McKay is a research scientist with the NASA Ames Research Center. His current research focuses on the evolution of the solar system and the origin of life. He is also actively involved in planning for future Mars missions including human exploration. Chris been involved in research in Mars-like environments on Earth, traveling to the Antarctic dry valleys, Siberia, the Canadian Arctic, and the Atacama desert to study life in these Mars-like environments. He was a co-I on the Titan Huygen’s probe in 2005, the Mars Phoenix lander mission in 2008, and the Mars Science Laboratory mission in 2011.
Chris McKay is a planetary scientist for NASA. You don’t get to that position without being rigorously discerning. Something I have learnt about the field of science in the last few years, is about the process of peer-reviewing. If a scientific article is to be published, there is an extraordinarily tough process of reviews before that happens. It’s really not taken lightly. If information comes from a reliable source and has been through the process of being peer-reviewed, then you can pretty much trust that it’s, to the best of human knowledge, correct. Of course there is tonnes of pseudo-science, but… not at NASA. I thought I would go to the best of the best to see what they had to say about climate change. One of the things that jumped out to me about what Chris said, was that that in around 20-30 years, the world’s coastal cities ( London, New York, Shanghai etc) will start going under water, and before that happens, he didn’t think people would really do much to prevent it. But once it starts, and becomes an emergency, everything will start to go into hyper-space mode, and the efforts to stop sea-level rise (and climate change) will become priority. Once it’s a priority, there’s nothing that a well informed population of humans can’t do… "Get informed!" he said and once enough people in the world are informed on the issue, the answers will emerge - science is an enormous group effort, a huge millennia-spanning collaboration of some of the best minds that man-kind has ever created. We will find the answers to stop climate change, he said, it’s just a matter of time. I found this meeting made me extremely optimistic, despite the nature of what Chris was saying to be routed heavily in realism. COPY LINK HERE: 🤍
Thank you to everyone whose clips are used in this video. Special thanks to all of you who contributed singing clips. I promise I'll put a credit list in this description as soon as I'm able, but I wanted to go ahead and release this video as soon as possible. I hope you all like it. If you'd like to download the single, here's the location: 🤍 It's also on Amazon, iTunes, and yer usual places. Homemade with friends and family and YouTube. Nothing more, nothing less. We Are The Sea Seeing the sea recede A foolish man thinks he's beaten the tide So he goes deeper in Shaking his fists with a threat to the sky Then he looks to the shore Calling to those who choose to be fooled "I have defeated the sea, so clearly I am the one to rule". But what he can't really know It's already to late to be saved 'Cause when it all turns around It'll be in the form of a tidal wave We are the sea. Time is the tide. We have the power to make things right. We will not change. We will not stop. The ocean is made of single drops. We are the sea. Time is the tide. We have the power to make things right. We will not change. We will not stop. The ocean is made of single drops. Many followed him in Emboldened, they scrawled their hate in the sand "Our words will stand for all time..." Just as the sea came crashing in And there was nowhere to run No one to blame, no God, and no gun Nothing could stop the wave Until the wave was done We are the sea. Time is the tide. We have the power to make things right. We will not change. We will not stop. The ocean is made of single drops. We are the sea. Time is the tide. We have the power to make things right. We will not change. We will not stop. The ocean is made of single drops. Now, there is no sound Except for waves, and birds, and life The ugliness is gone Taken by the incoming tide And every wave that crashes Reclaims what was always to be And the clock will only go forward into history. We are the sea. Time is the tide. We have the power to make things right. We will not change. We will not stop. The ocean is made of single drops. We are the sea. Time is the tide. We have the power to make things right. We will not change. We will not stop. The ocean is made of single drops.
ComingSoon Editor-in-Chief Tyler Treese spoke with director Chris McKay about how his past in animation prepared him to succeed across genres, the emotional punch in The Tomorrow War, and the great performance by Sam Richardson.
From the 23nd Annual International Mars Society Convention, held as a Virtual Convention worldwide on the Internet from October 15-18, 2020. It was a historic and record event for the Mars Society with over 10,000 attendeees, 150 speakers, and over 100,000 viewers. The four-day International Mars Society Convention, held every year since 1998, brings together leading scientists, engineers, aerospace industry representatives, government policymakers and journalists to talk about the latest scientific discoveries, technological advances and political-economic developments that could help pave the way for a human mission to the planet Mars. Conference Papers and some presentations will be available on 🤍MarsPapers.org For more information on the Mars Society, visit our website at 🤍MarsSociety.org
Google Tech Talks October 6, 2008 ABSTRACT Phoenix landed at 68N in the ice-rich ground on Mars and investigated the chemistry and geology of a polar site on Mars for the first time. The site is particularly interesting for astrobiology because 5 Myr ago the tilt of Mars' axis was 45 and the amount of sunlight reaching the Phoenix site at summer solstice is 2x the present value - Earth like levels. Understanding the microbial activity in high elevation dry permafrost in Antarctica provides a basis for considering habitability conditions on Mars during these periods of higher obliquity. Speaker: Chris McKay, NASA Ames Research Center Dr. Christopher P. McKay, Planetary Scientist with the Space Science Division of NASA Ames. Chris received his Ph.D. in AstroGeophysics from the University of Colorado in 1982 and has been a research scientist with the NASA Ames Research Center since that time. His current research focuses on the evolution of the solar system and the origin of life. He is also actively involved in planning for future Mars missions including human settlements. Chris has been involved with polar research since 1980, traveling to the Antarctic dry valleys and more recently to the Siberian and Canadian Arctic to conduct research in these Mars-like environments. Dr. McKay is a recepient of the prestigious Kuiper Award from the Division of Planetary Sciences of the American Astronomical Society for his contributions. This Space Exploration series talk was hosted by Boris Debic.
Dr. Chris McKay NASA Planetary Scientists discusses extraterrestrial life. Panspermia, long unaccepted by mainstream academia has now been embraced by a new generation of astrobiologists, certainly for the transfer of microbes in the solar system. Chris discusses the possibility that desiccated viruses and bacteria "can live for ever".
To Mars And Beyond: When humans go to Mars, what would be the best use of resources and what should be done to support science, exploration and development? What technologies and infrastructure will be necessary? Filmed at the NewSpace 2010 Conference. See more comprehensive space news coverage at: 🤍
"Phony" is Track 5 from The Critical Darlings' debut album C'mon, Accept Your Joy. Originally released independently in September of 2005 and re-released by Side B Music in April of 2007. "Phony" is one the band's most popular live tracks and is performed at nearly every show. The full album is available through iTunes, Amazon or directly from the band at 🤍 Join the Critical Darlings at their other sites: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍