Yikes, that was more than I thought and I may have missed a few.
This new mix fits right in with my love of all things NASA and my love of electronic music. What sets this one apart is the sequencing of the tracks. The titles of the tracks take you on the Juno mission from start to finish. Going from "We Launch Tonight" to "Arrival" to "Ganymede" to "Cloud Shaping" to "The Last Message."
The Juno Spacecraft was launched in 2011 and arrived at Jupiter in 2016. It's been taking amazing pics and gathering data while in orbit.
After completing over a years worth of orbits and close fly bys, Juno will plunge into Jupiter's atmosphere and burn up, sending data back for as long as possible.
This mix attempts to tell the story of Juno on it's mission to Jupiter and it's moons.
T R A C K L I S T :
- 00:00 Saul Stokes - We Launch Tonight
- 01:20 Tycho - Ascension
- 05:20 Lunar Testing Lab - Inertia
- 06:30 Robert Scott Thompson - Trajectory
- 08:10 Tangerine Dream - Astral Voyager
- 14:00 Johann Johannsson - Arrival
- 16:15 Erstlaub - Jupiter
- 19:35 36 - Drift Orbit
- 23:45 Lights Out in Asia - All these worlds are yours
- 26:04 Lights Out in Asia - Except Europa
- 30:00 Lights Out in Asia - Attempt no landings there
- 36:00 Amon Tobin - Encounter On Io
- 38:08 Harold Budd & Clive Wright - Procession of Moons
- 39:40 Boc Scadet - Ganymede
- 42:10 Wally Jericho - Callisto 1.0
- 44:45 Sufjan Stevens, James McAlister, Bryce Dessner, Nico Muhly - Tides
- 45:30 Saul Stokes - Cloud Shaping
- 49:45 Lunar Testing Lab - Ocean of Storms
- 51:10 Unknown - The Great Red Spot
- 51:55 David Wenngren & Christopher Bissonnette - Burn Like a Meteor and Leave No Dust
- 53:36 Echolab - Secrets of Jupiter
- 54:15 John Murphy - The Last Message
- 55:47 end