Caturday’s Astrophenia | GarageBand Blues

Hey, guys! I’m busy this weekend composing musical tracks by using GarageBand, mostly for podcasts and YouTube videos among other purposes. I’ve already created one track this evening, lasting a minute and a half, and I’m really having fun with this. I’ll be creating a bunch more tomorrow, some of which I’ll release online, others to distribute to friends and family, still more to experiment with. One objective is to create a musical track lasting anywhere from 5 to 7 minutes that sounds good when played on continuous loop, for my reading and writing periods. I hate reading or writing in silence, and creating music to help me do that will be hugely fun.

Stay brilliant!

Tf. Tk. Tts.

Three Galaxies and a Comet

Rigel and the Witch Head Nebula

An Elephant’s Trunk in Cepheus

In the Valley of Orion

Blue Comet in the Hyades

Clouds in the LMC

Old Moon in the New Moon’s Arms

The Astrognuz:

Titan has a Sea Level for its Lakes and Seas

A Nearby Star Walks over the Sun’s Grave

Big Picture Science Radio Show | Geology is Destiny

Asteroid 2002 AJ129 to Fly Safely Past Earth Feb. 4

A New Low-Cost, Low-Weight Method of Searching for Life on Mars

Swole Star

UFO Believers Got One Thing Right – Here’s What They Got Wrong

Sneak Peek of JPL Missions and Activities

A Black Hole is Pushing Stars Around in this Globular Cluster

To Search for the One-Armed Spiral

Laser SETI 2018

Multi-Planet System Found Through Crowdsourcing

xkcd: The End of the Rainbow

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