Space Music Spotify Free: Astronomy lessons and Symphonic Poem about Aurora Borealis

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Astronomy lessons and Symphonic Poem about Aurora Borealis

They that wait upon the Lord shall renew their strength. ~Isaiah 40:31 KJV


Be sure to listen HERE to this symphonic poem on the Aurora Borealis. It is beauty to match the image.


Astronomy lessons about Aurora Borealis

aurora borealisWhere does the Aurora Borealis come from? It starts at our Sun. The energy from our sun converts hydrogen to helium. This light and energy comes from the core of the Sun called convection cells causing magnetic fields. This energy pushes up to exit from its surface slowing down the eddies of hot gas, causing the surface to cool causing sun spots. The electrical charged gas is called plasma, which stretches like a rubber band and breaks causing billions of tons of plasma are expelled from the sun called a solar storm. The solar storms (also known as solar winds) can reach 4 million miles per hour traveling through space.

It takes about 6 hours to blast past Mercury, and about 12 hours by Venus and about 18 hours to reach Earth. The Earth has a magnetic field that is coupled together that deflects the solar storm. This causes the gas like stream to come down on the day side of north and south poles stretching down over the night side of the poles like a rubber band. The rubber band breaks causing the gases to travel up the magnetic lines towards the poles on the night side. This generates the light on the gases that we see as the Aurora Borealis.

When composing this music, I wanted to convey a kind of electrical sound or energy with a little bit of a victory written into it. The Earth has a great beauty and without this magnetic field the Earth would look a lot like the planet Mercury. What a great way of protecting itself with this marvelous shield. I hope to you may hear that in this short but powerful piece.

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Spotify Free: Symphonic Poem—Music about Earth

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Symphonic Poem—Music about Earth

For the beauty of the earth, for the beauty of the skies,

For the love which from our birth over and around us lies,

Lord of all, to thee we raise

This our hymn  of grateful praise.

~Folliott S. Pierpoint


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Jordan new age music universe albumWhat more do you need to know when you walk outside to take a breath of fresh air?

The Earth does however have a solid core of iron a nickel and a molten outer core, and of course a mantle to which we reside. Water covers about 70 percent of the globe with the air one-fifth oxygen and four-fifths nitrogen.

The Earth has of course a 24 hour day spinning on its axis with a 23 degree angle or day and night would be always the same. Also with this axis when moving around the sun this allows us a variation for the seasons and temperature. A year is 365 days with the 23 degree axis there is a slight variance a throughout the year the change is greatest especially over the period of 6 months. With this axis, the equator and poles with rising hot and cold air which gives us weather and temperature changes. With the Earth’s rotation the air is forced to move east and west.

In composing for this piece, I wanted to portray the Earth as a beautiful wondrous place in which it is. It has a rich orchestral sound of the many treasures that the earth offers in its own light. In spite of some of the more serious and harsher climates and the atmospheres of the other planets, I wanted to bring to you some of the pleasantness of the Earth to this listening experience.

~Jordan McClung, New Age Music

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Spotify Free: Music to overcome the Obstacles in Life

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Music to overcome the Obstacles in Life

We all have obstacles in life—physical, emotional, spiritual—that challenge our progress. This vigorous piece by Jordan New Age Music will inspire to keep going. You will prevail!

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Space Music Spotify Free: Moon Landing Anniversary

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Moon Landing Anniversary

Listen to this beautiful, romantic melody about the moon here:
The Moon

July 20th marks the 50th anniversary of the land on the Moon We look outside on a clear night and what may look like a spotlight in the sky is the moon. It is a close companion to the Earth, also known by the Romans as Luna. The Moon is a quarter of the size of the earth. It has also been known as a double planet because of its size. The Moon is 234,000 miles from the Earth and it takes 3 days to get there. The diameter of the Moon is 2,160 miles and a day length is 27.3 Earth days. This is because one side of the Moon permanently faces the earth. For example like a tether ball tied with rope from a pole at the center.

The Moon has no atmosphere and no air making the sky is always black. Because there is no atmosphere there are constant meteor impacts that leave craters as big as 700 miles across. The gravity is 1.6 of earth’s making you lighter to move across the surface with a bounce in your step. If you were to stand on the moon the temperatures are extreme at 270 degree during the day and -240 degrees Fahrenheit at night. The moon causes the rise and fall of the oceans tides. This is caused by the moons gravity pull, which also keeps the orbit of the Earth balanced for its seasons as it goes around the sun.

On July 20th 1969 on the Apollo 11 mission Man for the first time set foot on our cosmic neighbor the moon on the spot known as the Sea of Tranquility. Unfortunately the quote of astronaut Neil Armstrong’s statement has been revised and misquoted saying that there was a dropout in the transmission leaving out the letter “a”. This changes the meaning of the astronaut’s original statement. The original recording is clear.

There is no error in the transmission. The original historic quote is “That’s one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind” The astronauts had brought back 48 pounds of Moon rock and dust. Without the Moon the Earth would not stay in balance as it needs to be.

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The Moon

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