The Lucy Grays - When Pluto Was A Planet flac album
Title: When Pluto Was A Planet
MP3 album: 1682 mb
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Genre: Folk / World music
Streaming + Download. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card. Compact Disc (CD) + Digital Album. High-Quality eco-wallet with artwork by Kristian Spears Includes unlimited streaming of When Pluto Was A Planet via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Recorded at NSCC Recording Studio, Prehistoric Records and The Shed. Instruments and vocals by The Lucy Grays. Lyrics by Rowan Swain.
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Pluto was first discovered in 1930 by Clyde W. Tombaugh at the Lowell Observatory in Flagstaff Arizona. Astronomers had long predicted that there would be a ninth planet in the Solar System, which they called Planet X. Only 22 at the time, Tombaugh was given the laborious task of comparing photographic plates. These were two images of a region of the sky, taken two weeks apart. Any moving object, like an asteroid, comet or planet, would appear to jump from one photograph to the next. One version of the definition would have actually boosted the number of planets to 12; Pluto was still a planet, and so were Eris and even Ceres, which had been thought of as the largest asteroid. A different proposal kept the total at 9, defining the planets as just the familiar ones we know without any scientific rationale, and a third would drop the number of planets down to 8, and Pluto would be out of the planet club. But, the. hat is Pluto? In the end, astronomers voted for the controversial decision of demoting Pluto (and Eris) down to the newly created classification of dwarf planet.
Pluto, originally considered the ninth planet, was classified as a dwarf planet. The icy body and its five moons orbit the sun far out in the Kuiper Belt. In 2006, Pluto was reclassified as a dwarf planet, a change widely thought of as a demotion. The question of Pluto's planet status has attracted controversy and stirred debate in the scientific community, and among the general public, since then.
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So why was Pluto demoted? Where did the controversy start? Pluto was discovered in 1930 by US astronomer Clyde Tombaugh, who was using the Lowell Observatory in Arizona. Textbooks were swiftly updated to list this ninth member in the club. But over subsequent decades, astronomers began to wonder whether Pluto might simply be the first of a population of small, icy bodies beyond the orbit of Neptune. This region would become known as the Kuiper Belt, but it took until 1992 for the first "resident" to be discovered. The candidate Kuiper Belt Object (KBO) 1992 QBI was detected by David.
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- Mastered At – Archive Mastering
- Recorded At – NSCC Studios, Dartmouth, NS
- Recorded At – Prehistoric Records
- Recorded At – The Shed
- Bass – Thomas Bilodeau*
- Instruments, Vocals – The Lucy Grays
- Keyboards – Nathan Myles
- Lyrics By – Rowan Swain
- Mastered By – J. Lapoint*
- Mixed By – Andrew Wiseman
- Vocals, Drums – Rowan Swain
- Vocals, Guitar – Sine Diab*, Matt Houlihan
- Vocals, Violin – Kendra Breen
NotesMastered by J. Lapoint at Archive Mastering, Halifax NS. Recorded at NSCC Recording Studio, Prehistoric Records and The Shed.
Information taken from Bandcamp release page.