A Musical Exploration of the Universe
We've been commissioned to write songs for several NASA missions. We're proud of our 100% mission-success rate! All band members participate in song-writing activities and the group includes two PhD astrophysicists, two engineers, a teacher, and a former space weather forecaster. In addition to the strictly AstroCappella songs, we write and perform a variety of songs appropriate for tech-savvy audiences covering topics like the science of love, the addiction of the Internet, and the passage of long and short time-scales.
|The Whole Solar System
|Our star, the Sun - morphology and history
|Comparative planetology: Venus, Earth, and Mars
|We've got a thing for the Moon!
|The Hubble Space Telescope - discoveries
|Come and Visit Mars
|Visitor's Guide to Mars
|A Little Bit of Rock
|All about Meteors, Asteroids, and Comets
|Dance of the Planets
|Planets around other Stars
|What is the Doppler Shift and how do astronomers use it?
|Take a rocket to the nearest stars
|Cosmic Radio Show
|Radio astronomy - history and discoveries
|High Energy Groove
|X-ray and gamma-ray astronomy, including black holes!
|Commissioned by NASA's Swift mission! Gamma-ray-Bursts and the Swift satellite
|Shoulders of Giants
|Written for IYA! How far we've come since Galileo's telescope
|Commissioned by NASA's AIM mission! Night-shining clouds in the mesosphere
|Beginning To See
|A person's first telescope experience
|Available on Fragments CD by The Chromatics
|Messenger to Mercury
|Written for NASA/APL MESSENGER mission! Mercury and the mission
|All about NASA's next great telescope