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The Red Giant - Jeff Mills - Proxima Centauri (Memory Stick, Album)

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  1. Apr 12,  · Artist impression of a red dwarf star like Proxima Centauri, the nearest star to our sun. New analysis of ALMA observations reveal that Proxima Centauri emitted a powerful flare that .
  2. May 13,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Memory Stick release of Proxima Centauri on Discogs. Label: Time Tunnel (2) - TT • Format: Memory Stick WAV, Album, Limited Edition • Country: US • Genre: Electronic • Style: Techno/5(12).
  3. Other articles where Proxima Centauri is discussed: star: Determining stellar distances: The nearest star to Earth, Proxima Centauri (a member of the triple system of Alpha Centauri), has a parallax of ″, meaning that its distance is 1/, or , parsecs, which equals light-years. The parallax of Barnard’s star, the next closest after the Alpha Centauri system, is 0.
  4. Nov 13,  · Proxima Centauri, an Album by Jeff Mills. Released 31 January on Time Tunnel (catalog no. TT; Lossless Digital)/5(1).
  5. Oct 27,  · Planets Around Stars like Proxima Centauri are Probably Earth-Sized Water Worlds. Artist’s impression of the planet Proxima b orbiting the red dwarf star Proxima Centauri.
  6. Mar 28,  · Im a huge fan of jeff mills, and I love the conceptual sleeper awakes series.. The incredible opening track on this album (descending) terra) has been released previously as "X Admiri"as a beatport exclusive/5(49).
  7. The Star Trek Encyclopedia (4th ed., vol. 2, p. ) classified Proxima Centauri as a red dwarf. Apparently in an early draft of TOS: " Wolf in the Fold ", a Human colony established before was referenced as Alpha Proxima II, possibly intended as a planet in this system. The name was later replaced as Alpha Eridani II in the final episode.
  8. The Proxima Centauri, on the other hand, is a type of red dwarf star, which means that it is small in size and of low temperature. Because of this, you cannot see it with the naked eye despite its being second closest star to the Earth. You will need to use the aid of a powerful telescope to view it.

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