Record: 2015-2016 • Edition: 2016 • USC-WR-1802.0402
“...Following the results of observations we came to a conclusion, that the parameters of the star allowed that it had an Earth-like planets. Who knows, maybe Delta Pavonis is destined to become a new sun for mankind. We made calculations, built a spaceship for long-range flight and prepared an expedition. Cosmonauts were cast into anabiosis to go through G-force easier and to reduce resource consuming. The onboard computer was obligated to control the spaceship’s course as well as crew’s state. In a distance of tens of billions kilometers retrorockets ignited. Meanwhile the star gradually grew in objective lenses of cameras. Onboard navigation system made calculations and built up the trajectory: the fourth planet orbiting in the habitable zone. While the spaceship was approaching, the machines collected data: atmospheric gases, temperature and ground-level pressure, humidity and weather conditions, radiation level, thickness of ozone layer and strength of magnetic field, as well as search for traces of life. Happily the planet turned out to be similar to Earth in many properties, and the next step was to determine a landing site and a place for building of the future colony. Robots deployed a planetary base and began comprehensive works to prepare for the moment when the human himself could take the first step into this brand-new world...”
01.Сто лет сна = One Hundred Years of Sleep (13:54) 02.Дельта Павлина = Delta Pavonis (18:16) 03.Четвертая от звезды = The Fourth from the Star (16:08) 04.Планетарное сканирование = Planetary Scan (12:32) 05.Развертывание базы = Deploying of the Base (9:48)
Composition, musical concept – Rigel Centaurus Keyboards, synthesizers, programming, effects, writing, arrangement, mixing, mastering, visual concept, CGI, artwork – Andrey Hlybov
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