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Life On Earth! - A Space Water Loop album FLAC

  • Performer: Life On Earth!
  • Title: A Space Water Loop
  • Genre: Rock
  • Country: Sweden
  • Formats: VOC FLAC ASF AIFF MOD AUD MPC
  • Released: 2009
  • Style: Psychedelic Rock, Alternative Rock, Soft Rock, Acoustic, Jazz-Rock, Psychedelic
  • MP3 album: 1119 mb
  • FLAC album: 1303 mb
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Life On Earth! - A Space Water Loop album FLAC

A Space Water Loop (CD, Album). Лейбл:Subliminal Sounds по каталогу: SUBCD28. Состояние носителя: Носитель: Mint (M) Состояние обложки: Обложка: Mint (M). The follow-up to the acclaimed debut "Look!! There is Life on Earth!" The first album was something of a journey past summer green hills and skipping lambs; a celebration of the imperishable eternal beauty and a romantic observation of the world around us. Now the telescope is turned inside out. The focus is on the captain of the project, Mattias Gustavsson's own world.

Life on Earth is the second full-length album released by Tiny Vipers on Sub Pop Records on July 7, 2009. It was limited to 500 copies with numbered handmade covers, the first 30 of which were printed on green marble vinyl. Audrey's Well" is included as a bonus track. Eyes Like Ours" – 5:50.

All life on Earth depends on water, so it makes sense to focus on other places where water exists as well. But astronomers are now finding more clues thanks to advancements in telescope observing technologies.

Earth is the only planet known to support life. Learn about Earth science facts, what Earth is made of, and it's surface and atmosphere. Water covers roughly 71 percent of Earth's surface, and most of that is in the oceans. About a fifth of Earth's atmosphere consists of oxygen, produced by plants. While scientists have been studying our planet for centuries, much has been learned in recent decades by studying pictures of Earth from space. While Earth orbits the sun, the planet is simultaneously spinning on an imaginary line called an axis that runs from the North Pole to the South Pole  . Earth-orbiting satellites have shown that the upper atmosphere actually expands during the day and contracts at night due to heating and cooling.

Life support systems on the International Space Stationprovide oxygen, absorb carbon dioxide, and manage vaporous emissions from the. It's all part of breathing easy in our new home in space. Listen to this story (requires RealPlayer). It's a dream come true for innumerable space lovers. Right: An artist's rendering of the ISS as it currently appears. But be careful what you wish for! Living on the Space Station also means hard work, cramped.

Launching a rocket into space pushes the Earth a bit in the opposite direction, like the recoil from a gun. Science-fiction author and trained physicist Stanley Schmidt exploited this fact in his novel The Sins of the Fathers, in which aliens built giant rocket engines at the South Pole to move the Earth. Read about other sci-fi novels and films that have tackled the problem of moving worlds. In real life, however, the Earth is so massive that a rocket would have little effect on its motion. Launching a billion 10-tonne rockets in exactly the same direction would change the Earth’s velocity. The impact of a space rock more than 100 km across would kill most – if not all – life on Earth.

HD Earth Planet Background Loop. Happy Earth Day Banner Animation Card. Sun peaks from behind Earth. Earth sunlight revealing over the top. Earth from Space HD Stock Video. Digital Glowing Pixelated Earth. Earth spinning in a boys hands. Digital Pixelated Earth. Party Earth 4K Motion Background. Earth Line sphere connect, Earth Particle, Earth in space background. Beautiful Sunset over the Earth animation. Globe Icon Earth gold silver animation.

Earth is well equipped as a planet and ideally placed in our solar system and galaxy to support life as we know it. The product of some . billion years of cosmic construction, our planet is flush with life thanks to a fortuitous set of conditions. Sources: PETER D. WARD, University of Washington; Kate Maher, Stanford University; Karina A. YAGER, NASA Goddard Space FLight Center; jason Barnes, University of IdahO, GUILLERMO GONZALEZ, BALL STATE UNIVERSITY; MICHAEL GOWANLOCK, NORTHERN ARIZONA UNIVERSITY; ICARUS; ASTROBIOLOGY; NASA/JPL; INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ASTROBIOLOGY.

Tracklist

1 Listen 5:52
2 Come Closer 3:33
3 The Gospel Of The Sun 7:11
4 There And Then 5:17
5 The Tide Of Fate 3:35
6 We Know 4:26
7 Watching The Shadows 4:14
8 The Forest Pond Song 4:33
9 Apart 5:09
10 In The Valley Of Sacrifices 2:25

Companies, etc.

  • Published By – Sony/ATV Music Publishing Scandinavia

Credits

  • Artwork – Carl Abrahamsson, Mattias Gustavsson
  • Engineer – Classe Persson*, Martin Fogelström, Mattias Gustavsson, Pierre Lindsjöö
  • Executive Producer – Stefan Kéry
  • Painting [Back Cover] – Wizard Smoke
  • Painting [Front Cover] – Sophia Knapp
  • Sounds – Alexis Benson, Andreas Stellan, Erik Lundin, Firas Haki, Fredrik Swahn , Johan Holmegard, Leo Svensson, Lisa Isaksson, Lisa Klevebrant, Magnus Almqvist, Martin Fogelström, Mattias Gustavsson, Rasmus Fleischer, Sarianna Cortes, Viktor Littmarck
  • Written-By, Performer, Producer – Life On Earth!

Notes

Engineering: Brassakobra Studios, Konst & Ramar and CRP Recordings

Packaging: standard plastic jewel box case, off-black tray, 6 page fold-out cover booklet.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 7393210134386

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
XMLP-SUB31 Life On Earth! A Space Water Loop ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, Blu) Subliminal Sounds XMLP-SUB31 Sweden 2009




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