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Vice President Mike Pence chairs the sixth meeting of the National Space Council and delivers remarks on expanding space exploration and strengthening the United States’ leadership in commercial space at Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center National Air and Space Museum.

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  1. Bartholomew Beauregard III

    August 21, 2019 at 11:25 am

    Give me a call when you get to the moon for the first time. You bunch of thieving liars. I promise that you're not going to heaven on judgement day.

  2. Mike Powell

    August 21, 2019 at 11:25 am

    Ok, but do we have quarantine procedures and how do we make sure these corporations don't try to sneak any hostile organisms past it?

  3. Bartholomew Beauregard III

    August 21, 2019 at 11:25 am

    What fake people. How do you face your children and the young "astronauts" – Gus Grissom new the truth.

  4. Daniel Quinn

    August 21, 2019 at 11:25 am

    Good to see you could climb out of trumps butt to make an appearance punce

  5. Marcus

    August 21, 2019 at 11:25 am

    Send Trump and his swamp…..

  6. Melvin Meyers

    August 21, 2019 at 11:25 am

    Fake space Where is the money really gone?

  7. NOMATIC 1 Lordnomad

    August 21, 2019 at 11:25 am

    All this talk is fake political Babel. Moon hoax 101. No one leaves this flat earth realm!

  8. FPSONNY

    August 21, 2019 at 11:25 am

    SPACE FORCE!

  9. Nelda Smith

    August 21, 2019 at 11:25 am

    THE SPACE SHUTTLE CHALLENGER CREW THAT PERISHED – AMAZING THAT EACH ONE HAD AN IDENTICAL TWIN AFTER THEIR FUNERALS! OF COURSE, WE AREN'T SUPPOSE TO REMEMBER THAT!

  10. Nelda Smith

    August 21, 2019 at 11:25 am

    SATELLITES ARE THE ONLY ADVANCEMENT IN SPACE THE USA HAS EVER HAD. THE REST IS ALL BULL. DISCLOSE ALL INFO ON NASA AND SPACE EXPLORATION. DISCLOSE ALL INFO ON OPERATION PAPER CLIP. AND, PLEASE TELL BUZZ ALDRIN (BUZZ LIGHT-YEAR) HE CAN STOP LYING NOW, THE LIES WERE OLD 51 YEARS AGO.

  11. jeff hunter

    August 21, 2019 at 11:25 am

    there can be few "turd to surface" in space any way you slice it !

  12. 榮坤盧

    August 21, 2019 at 11:25 am

    VICS PRESIDENT PENCE Mr Brown and AMERICANS PRESIDENT TRUMP Mr Brown says you yours so Happy you Happy as soon I'm thinking you yours other people AMERICAS watchdog has some say think think very much you yours other people AMERICA 。

  13. perfumedradio

    August 21, 2019 at 11:25 am

    space nuclear systems…what could possibly go wrong? recipe for ? IMO Pence is Deep State

  14. Kevin O’Brien

    August 21, 2019 at 11:25 am

    Space For e, Space Force, Men in Space. Aliens occupy Pence’s body, wife says it makes him more human.

  15. Dan Wheeler

    August 21, 2019 at 11:25 am

    Hi. General of the Space Force here. Press: "General, how many in your command"? General: "Uh…One". Press: "well General, have you ever been in Space before"? General: "Uh..No". Press: "What can we expect our assault from Space to be"? General : "There is no threat at this time". Press: "Good job General". General: "The pleasure is all mine".

  16. Alex Reci

    August 21, 2019 at 11:25 am

    what a joke. Lol

  17. Irodragon

    August 21, 2019 at 11:25 am

    Its funny hearing all these haters, just like wine this has to mature.

  18. CMFTC

    August 21, 2019 at 11:25 am

    Ooops. The Devil got another Vice President. He and Cheney can be roommates in the fiery pits. Hope it was worth it guys.

  19. Dan Wheeler

    August 21, 2019 at 11:25 am

    Cant we just shoot off a couple 40,000,000 Illegals instead to the Moon? And, Mars? With their Families. For good? Build a Wall and bring in 40 million HongKongers to replace them? They'll be hard workers. Probably better english speakers than the democrats too. A win win deal.

  20. karen willison

    August 21, 2019 at 11:25 am

    ? Pence have anything to do with pedophiles?

  21. karen willison

    August 21, 2019 at 11:25 am

    Time to remove most of these government hacks on the taxpayers teet. Must read their speech. Ridiculous. Man at 39 min mark can barely talk, feeble. Ready for FULL pension on you folks. Full top shelf HEALTH INSURANCE…on you and me. It's b.s.

  22. George Ayers

    August 21, 2019 at 11:25 am

    We've never went to space, and it is NOT what it seems. We will never get through the Firmament. God will not allow it ! Test it yourself. Buy you some high grade Hobbie rockets with cameras. When you hit the Firmament your rocket will get stuck in the Firmament for up to 30 seconds. On playback of your video you will clearly see that it's stuck in water. The Lord placed a Firmament to divide the waters from the waters. It is what it is, and soon all will know these facts. Last of all there are NO aliens. They are interdemetional demons. Tic Toc Tic Toc all are going to wake up to reality very SOON.

  23. Wondering Eyes

    August 21, 2019 at 11:25 am

    Space Council??? Right! Sure, whatever you say, Mikey!

  24. Q ARMY PATRIOT

    August 21, 2019 at 11:25 am

    Bunch of hate in these comments …i cant wait to laugh at u haters when trump wins again…Q

  25. nathaniel cooke

    August 21, 2019 at 11:25 am

    No Elon Musk.. No Jeff Bezos.. and you think your talking about the future of space exploration? Lol

  26. Stupid Paranoidflake

    August 21, 2019 at 11:25 am

    Another way to spend loads of money on something we don't really need.

  27. WootTootZoot

    August 21, 2019 at 11:25 am

    Pence doesn't know s**t about science

  28. Balloon Poop

    August 21, 2019 at 11:25 am

    I seriously forget Pence even exists. I feel like we heard about Biden all the time as VP but Pence is rarely in the news any more than just a quote in a random article here and there.

  29. To Be Honest

    August 21, 2019 at 11:25 am

    Pence is a homo

  30. David Dennison

    August 21, 2019 at 11:25 am

    I just get so much entertainment from Mike Pence. Him and mommy are just such a side show I am glad they are in my life, Mike just smiles and bobbleheads when he is near his personal hero Donald lol. Oh if I could just hack into his thoughts and know what he is really thinking? Maybe not such a good idea.?

  31. vaylon1701

    August 21, 2019 at 11:25 am

    Americas 22 trillion and debt and sinking fast, yet NOW they want to spend trillions more on space when we don't have any way to pay for it. A republican got us into a 20 year war they refuse to pay for, they keep cutting corporate and millionair tax rates, Just where the hell is all this money going to come from. One day there will be a reckoning and the USA will look like Venezuela.

  32. jr twit

    August 21, 2019 at 11:25 am

    just a bit confused on how we could go to the moon 50 years ago when most of us were watching our first black and white TVs, before computers and digital devices and somehow we forgot or lost the technology to get there. Bizzar.

  33. Marlene Staebner

    August 21, 2019 at 11:25 am

    What a waste of tax money, does not it pollute the air, when rocket take of what's so great about it . That money can be use more for more other needy things for Kids for Cancer , an other physical ailments. What a stupid way waste tax money. U never be able live any place than the earth.

  34. great outdoors

    August 21, 2019 at 11:25 am

    Can't believe I would say this but I think Pence would be a better president than that disgusting thing that's in there now

  35. My Name Is Ryan

    August 21, 2019 at 11:25 am

    Yaaaang gaaaaaang

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I spend a lot of time outside, but I’m not a real outdoors person. Real outdoors people are competent and resourceful. They pay attention to their surroundings. They don’t get lost while trail running because they started crying when Taylor Swift’s “Soon You’ll Get Better” came on.

Wearing Garmin’s Fenix 6S Pro is like borrowing a real outdoors person’s brain. Recently, I went on a hike with my family on the Washington coast, trying to find a deserted beach. We meandered down one trail and another, trying to bypass a wilderness preserve where dogs aren’t allowed.

At one intersection, I stopped and pointed. “This way, right?” I said, starting down a trail that I believed headed west. My husband gave me a tired look, and walked off in a different direction without saying anything. I opened the onboard topographic map on the Garmin Fenix 6S Pro, panned on it to check where we were in relation to the coastline, and scrolled to check our compass bearings. Darn it. He was right. I followed after him.

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WIRED writers Brent Rose, Lauren Goode, and I are all in unanimous agreement: Garmin’s Fenix series is the best multisport watch you can own. This year’s update, the Fenix 6 series, is even better. The most exciting version is probably the Fenix 6X Pro Solar, which starts at $1,000 and has a solar panel in the 1.4-inch face that can recharge the watch with the power of the sun.

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But I have a small wrist, and big watches are of no use to me if they’re too uncomfortable to wear and won’t fit under my jacket sleeves. Instead, Garmin sent me the more manageable Fenix 6S Pro, which has a smaller 42-mm case than the 51-mm 6X Pro.

It has a 1.2-inch color display that’s noticeably larger than the one on the Fenix 5S, while still remaining comfortable to wear. It’s also $300 cheaper than the Fenix 6X Pro, although I would hardly say that $700 is a bargain.

One of the biggest differences between the Fenix 5S and the 6S is a new battery manager. Even the biggest, fanciest multisport watch is useless if it dies halfway through a long run. Now, you can see how much battery life is left on the watch. Garmin touts up to 9 hours of battery life in smartwatch mode, but it’s highly variable—I got four days between charges with one or two GPS-tracked activities per day and automatic all-day pulse oximeter tracking.

If you need your battery to last longer, you can select Expedition Mode for extended GPS tracking, which will disable Bluetooth connections, turn off the screen, and ping GPS every hour. When I started a hike with only 15 percent battery life, I turned on Expedition Mode and found that I had an extra 20 hours left to get out and back.

You can also switch power modes for other GPS-tracked activities. For example, while trail running, normal power mode uses GLONASS satellites for tracking, keeps track of my heart rate, plays music, and accepts calls. Jacket mode gives more a few more hours by not tracking my heart rate, and if you’re the kind of person who wants to run for 40 straight hours, Max Battery mode will let you do that by turning off heart rate tracking and disabling phone calls, music, and Bluetooth.

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The Fenix 6S Pro is so detailed, and tracks and coaches you through so many different activities, that I’d have to live out of a van for a month in order to thoroughly test them all. For example, it includes a pulse oximeter. That’s not a new sensor. On the older Fenix 5X, you had to sit and wait to take a measurement of your blood oxygen saturation. But on the Fenix 6S, it automatically track all day, or while you sleep.

This is an invaluable measurement if you’re climbing a mountain and want to see how well your altitude acclimation strategy is working. But since I live at barely 50 feet above sea level, I just turned it on long enough to make sure that I had enough oxygen in my blood (check!) and went on my way.

It also comes with all the trimmings, like incident alerts that detect when you fall and notify others (which Garmin debuted in a number of watches this year), an altimeter, a compass, and data collection and analysis out the wazoo. If you’re climbing, you can turn on ClimbPro to check how many feet you have to left to ascend. If you’re training for a race, you can turn on PacePro to maintain your speed, or plug in Garmin Coach to make sure you’re in the best possible shape for race day.

When I go on a trail run, the Fenix 6S Pro tells me everything: how productive my training was, what my estimated recovery time is, how I’ve improved my cardiovascular health through my VO2 max, or even how well I’m acclimating to the heat (very well, thanks). It does it all. All I can hope is that it will one-day foam roll the the aches from my IT bands. Then I’ll be set.

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Garmins are thorough and accurate, but they’re not always intuitive to use. Turning all the features on and off took a lot of Googling and practice. To alert your emergency contact, you hold the top left button for a few seconds. You must turn off the pulse oximeter on your phone, not on the watch, but you must turn on ClimbPro with the watch, not the phone. It’s confusing.

And Garmins do have a few missing features. For example, the Fenix 6S Pro can’t automatically detect when I’ve changed activities—something a decade-old Motorola phone can do. I have a few GPS-tracked trips with an average speed of 42.5 mph because my ultra-powerful, uber-expensive watch didn’t realize I’d started driving home. I turned on the auto-pause feature, but it often didn’t kick in because instead of standing still at the end of hikes, I’m usually running around my car or toweling off my dog.

As sophisticated as it is, the new battery management system doesn’t ping you when the power level gets too low—occasionally, I’d look down and realize that it had fallen asleep without so much as “Good-bye.” And if you want to take advantage of all the watch’s features, get comfortable switching between your phone, watch, and computer—whether that’s plotting out preset courses for ClimbPro (you can’t set courses with the watch!) or painstakingly uploading music with Garmin Express.

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Despite their quirkiness, I love Garmin’s Fenix series, and the Fenix 6S Pro is no exception. Even if it didn’t have solar charging, it’s small, comfortable, and includes maps, which the Fenix 5S did not.

I spend a lot of time only vaguely aware of my surroundings, so it took an enormous load off my mind to be able to scroll down, check my compass headings, or look at a map. And as a woman who is often outside alone, I appreciated the inclusion of incident detection a lot.

But as much as I love it, I would be remiss if I didn’t point out that the release of the Fenix 6 series means that you can now get Garmin’s almost-as-great Fenix 5 series for much cheaper. If you haven’t had problems charging a battery before, or if you don’t think you’ll ever need to tell someone that you’ve fallen and can’t get up, then that might be the better choice.

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