字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント when Friday's high school. They want a senior superlative for most likely to be awesome. I'm Carla Zeus for CNN. 10. Thank you for spending part of your Friday with us School is actually the first subject we have for you today. When is it going to reopen? It's a simple question with complicated answers. Across the United States. There are so many different plans in different places, and they could all change, even though at least 31 states say they'll partially reopen over the next few days. This doesn't include their schools. Most school buildings in America have been shut down for the rest of the 2019 2020 academic year. Classes may still be in session there, just online in some states with fewer Corona virus cases, places like Montana and Wyoming schools will be allowed to reopen this month, but they may choose to stay close to help prevent the spread of the disease. And what will school look like this? Faulcon students and teachers expect amore normal looking campus, then it will most likely depend on how widespread Cove in 19 is in different areas. The governments of Maryland and Washington, which have each seen thousands of Corona virus cases have told School District's it's possible their doors won't reopen in the fall and that they should be prepared for online learning beyond this summer. But contrast that with colleges and Alabama, North Carolina, North Dakota and Texas. Dozens of campuses across these states say they're gearing up for the return of students and teachers this fall. Things may not look the same, though. School officials across the country you're trying to figure out ways to keep students spread out and classrooms from getting too crowded. Masks may be required on some campuses. Officials plan to keep closer tabs on who's been infected with Corona virus and where those people went before they got sick. And sports events bring up new questions entirely. Will football games still be played in front of 80,000 screaming fans? So even as some businesses start to reopen across America, there's still a lot of uncertainty hanging over the country schools. We haven't heard anything about what schools really gonna look like. All summer glasses are online, and that's primitive extents of what we know university I'm attending hasn't really said much about re opening. I was most looking forward to hanging out in the dorm and, uh, and all the sheriff spaces. And unfortunately, I don't think that will be a possibility. Harvard will be open for the fall semester, but some or all classes, maybe online, Harvard's Provo says By the fall, the school cannot be certain that it will be ST to resume all usual activities on campus. The head of Purdue University is more optimistic, he told ABC News The school is working on plans to reopen produce campus this fall. Are students in overwhelming numbers are saying they want to be here? We, uh, think we can do it, but we don't pretend to have all the answers were working on it very hard right now. Some of the measures Daniels is proposing spreading out classes across days and times to reduce their size, protesting students and staff for infection, tracing contacts for those who test positive and asking contacts to self quarantine for 14 days, the president of Brown University says reopening college campuses this fall should be a national priority. What we're doing is making a plan. We don't know if we're gonna be able to implement. It depends on how the pandemic spreads to just apply very basic public health principles as we think about reopening the campus and bringing students back. Still, some students may decide not to return to school this year, regardless of whether they're campus reopens. The American Council on Education predicts enrollment nationwide will drop 15% costing institutions $23 billion in revenue. It's testing its tracing, and it's separating or quarantining and isolating people who are Secker who might have been exposed. 12th trivia. An aircraft primary control system includes what. Stick runner and throttle pilot and autopilot, ailerons, elevator and rudder or elevator and wing flaps? According to the U. S Federal Aviation Administration planes. Primary controls include ailerons, elevator and rudder and aircraft have gotten a lot more complicated and computerized since these were the only planes in the sky. The World War Fighters we showed you a couple weeks ago. The ailerons, elevator, rudder and throttle were pretty much the only things you could control on these aircraft. In our ongoing partnership with CNN travel, we have taken you to a number of fascinating places around the world. Virtually at least today we're taking you inside one of the modern passenger planes that can get you there. My name is counted. I'm cheap on it At a Baltic. We're currently on any of us to 20 in the 300 versions of the longer version off the Airbus 20 The aircraft takes about 150 passengers. We fly at an altitude of 41,000 feet on. We've got a range off 3500 nautical miles. So the flight deck itself is state of the art. It's a full glass cockpit, No around dial instruments anymore. All of the data is projected onto the screens. So available for our rooting on for the performance of the aircraft is the the FMS Flight Management system flight management system feeds the aircraft with the data were to go on how to do all of that when it comes to engine performance and so forth. So we've got a cursor Rhonda ring around on the screens. I've got different pages where can implement the data on this will then feed the order pilot into words what it needs to do at certain stages. Off the flight, you've got side stick technology so we don't have any yoke taking away the view anymore. From our instruments. It's got movable rolled of troubles, which means that the throttles give the feet back on the current power setting. The pedals down here are to move the rudder on on the ground. You could move the nose wheel to steer it. This panel appear, operates all of the systems. It's basically meant to be set before the flight. Actually, it's designed to have a dark cockpit, so there should be no lights on. And if you don't have any non normals than there should be no necessity, really, to switch anything in, we would go for a takeoff. Now we would have made sure that all of the panels are set, according then we would have set up FMs. Then we would have our maps set accordingly. Here in just in front of us. I've got an airport moving map here so that I can see exactly where to taxi on the take off run itself way would put the power into a certain position. Check that the engine values are stable and then the order throttle system would be taking over from there, then, with my side stick at a certain speed. I would roll, take the aircraft into a certain pitch value and then continued the takeoff. And at some point, although I'd love to do the entire flight manually, I would switch the order. Pile it on, Theo. Last report Today is about perseverance and ingenuity. Perseverance is the name of NASA's Mars 2020 rover that's scheduled to launch this summer, and ingenuity is the name of the drone helicopter it'll be carrying. It's about 2.5 feet tall. It weighs £4. It costs $23 million to develop, and it won't be carrying any scientific instruments. Ingenuity is mainly going along to demonstrate the technology. And while scientists built it, an Alabama high school student named it. It was like a stroke of ingenious. This helicopter naming takes a true fan. There's nothing they'd rather be doing. They're not afraid to give it a world. Taking for a spin make their pitch rock n roll cause hey, when it comes to naming aircraft Sky's The Limit were reaching new heights today. Columbia Heights High School is in Columbia Heights, Minnesota.