Natural satellite : for guitar duo
by Stuart Greenbaum (2013)
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Library shelf no. 785.78712/GRE 1 [Available for loan]
A natural satellite, moon, or secondary planet is a celestial body that orbits a planet or smaller body, which is called its primary. Earth has one large natural satellite, known as the Moon. No "moons of moons" (natural satellites that orbit the natural satellite of another body) are known. In most cases, the tidal effects of the primary would make such a system unstable. The seven largest natural satellites in the Solar System are Jupiter's Galilean moons (Ganymede, Callisto, Io, and Europa), Saturn's moon Titan, Earth's Moon, and Neptune's captured natural satellite Triton.
Instrumentation: 2 guitars.
Duration: 22 min.
Contents note: I: The gravitational influence of Titan -- II: The moons of Jupiter -- III: Triton Captured -- IV: Within the rings of Saturn -- V: Earth’s Moon.
First performance: 15 Nov 13. Scienceworks with DigitalSky programming by Tanya Hill, Melbourne Panetarium
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15 Nov 13: Scienceworks with DigitalSky programming by Tanya Hill, Melbourne Panetarium
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