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Sounds From The Deep Field

by Bryan & the Aardvarks

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    releases April 28, 2017

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    Artwork & Design by Bryan Copeland.

    Photos:

    1. Bubble Nebula (NGC 7635)
    Release number: STScI-2016-13
    Credited to NASA, ESA, and the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA)
    2. 2014 Hubble WFC3/UVIS Image of M16
    Release number: STScI-2015-01
    Credited to: NASA, ESA, and the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA)
    3. Supernova 1997ff's Cosmic Neighborhood
    Release number: STScI-2001-09
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1.
Supernova
2.
09:10
3.
Tiny Skull Sized Kingdom
4.
5.
The Sky Turned To Grey
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7.
Bright Shimmering Lights
8.
LV 426
9.
Magnetic Fields
10.

about

In December of 1996, scientists pointed the Hubble Telescope at, what was thought to be, the emptiest part of outer space, and opened the aperture for 10 consecutive days.  Upon reviewing the photo, they discovered there to be some 3,000 galaxies.  As the universe expands, the galaxies recede from earth, causing a phenomenon referred to as "red shift."  By measuring the red shift, scientists determined that some of the galaxies were more than 12 billion light years away from Earth.

To think that the light we are seeing has traveled 12 billion years, across space and time, to be captured by the Hubble Telescope, and treasured by us all, really puts into perspective, the vast enormity of our universe, and what a small, and fragile part we play in the grand scheme of things.

When we stop and appreciate that we are such a tiny part of this unimaginably infinite universe, it becomes quite difficult to continue to imagine ourselves to be some all important center of it.

credits

releases April 28, 2017

Personnel: Camila Meza - vocals, Dayna Stephens - EWI, Jesse Lewis - guitar, Chris Dingman - vibes, Fabian Almazan - piano, Bryan Copeland - bass, Joe Nero - drums

Produced by:
Bryan Copeland & Fabian Almazan

Recorded at:
the clubhouse studio
rhinebeck, ny

Engineered by:
Paul Antonell

Mixed and mastered by:
Dave Darlington

Album art design:
Bryan Copeland

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