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Lorin Maazel, L'orchestre de France, 1984

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Before listening to this beastie, I’d heard on the electronic grapevine (i.e., the Internet) that Maazel’s Planets was a shocker – and I don’t mean it’s shockingly good. 598 more words

The Power of a Spec of Dust

We are a spec of dust compared to the whole universe and galaxies that are out there. A tiny little spec of dust – Our planet earth. 103 more words

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The Power of a Spec of Dust

We are a spec of dust compared to the whole universe and galaxies that are out there. A tiny little spec of dust – Our planet earth. 103 more words

Science

The Big Picture Is Bigger Than You Think

I’m going to be a nerd for a minute. I love astronomy and so do Crash and Bang. Bang looked out of the window at the night sky just this evening and asked “Is that a daily planet?” “Yep. 286 more words

February 27 - Look! Up In The Sky!

Today’s factismal: 600 trillion trillion particles from the Sun hit the Earth every second!

We all know and love the Sun. Powered by fusion, it gives off light which warms the Earth and powers the photosynthesis that is the root of nearly all life on the planet. 354 more words

Space

The Weekend Vibe ~ 28 Feb/1 March

The Moon is now in Water Cardinal Cancer with a focus on home, family and our parents.  In Trine to Neptune in Pisces and the Sun in Pisces, our weekend begins with shared feelings of affection with those who love and support us and the enjoyment of being at home.   399 more words

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