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The Outer System

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Science Inspired Electronic Music
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1.Giant Jupiter
Jupiter is twice as massive as all the other planets combined. The Hubble Space Telescope took the image on the cover at the top left on June 27, 2019. Jupiter is the fifth planet from our Sun.

2. Saturn's Rings
The image at the top right captures the exquisite details of the ring system, which looks like a phonograph record with grooves that represent the detailed structure of the rings. Hubble captured the image on June 20, 2019. Saturn is the sixth planet from our Sun.

3. Sideways Uranus
Uranus is the only planet whose equator is nearly at a right angle to its orbit, with a tilt of 97.77 degrees, meaning it has a sideways rotation. The spacecraft Voyager 2 took the middle left image on January 14, 1986. Uranus is the seventh planet from our Sun.

4. Icy Neptune
Dark cold and whipped by supersonic winds, ice giant Neptune is the eighth planet from our sun. The picture on the middle right was taken by the Voyager 2 and published October 30, 1988.

5.New Horizons
This NASA spacecraft, shown at the bottom left, was launched Jan 12, 2006 is on a mission to study the dwarf Pluto, it's moons, the objects in the Kuiper Belt, and complete the initial reconnaissance of our solar system.

6. Mysterious Pluto
NASA's New Horizon spacecraft captured this image, at the middle bottom of cover, on July 14, 2015. Many landforms have their own distinct colors, telling a complex geological and climatological story that scientists have just began to decode.

7. Through the Kuiper Belt
Once past Pluto New Horizons captured the most detailed picture Ultima Thule, a Kuiper Belt Object. This image at bottom right was captured on January 1, 2019.

8.Into the Expanse
Once past the Kuiper Belt, the great expanse awaits. The expanse is a great and unknown mystery.

Thanks to NASA and STSCI (Space Telescope Science Institute)
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released September 18, 2020

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Mad Science Lab Santa Cruz, California

Mad Science Lab is an electronic music act that showcases the audio experiments of James Kevin Gideon. Mad Science Lab focuses on creating experimental audio soundscapes that are usually free of vocals and drums. The songs are very synthesizer heavy with science themes like the DNA release, which features songs like Double Helix Structure and Recombination. ... more

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