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How To Measure A Planet?


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  1. May 15,  · Not so much a reaction to attempts by media and label to misrepresent them as a gothic doom metal band as it is a moment of definitive self-realization, How to Measure a Planet?, The Gathering's fifth album, and third with vocal extraordinaire Anneke Van Giersbergen, marks a significant shift in the band's sound and presentation/5(46).
  2. Not so much a reaction to attempts by media and label to misrepresent them as a gothic doom metal band as it is a moment of definitive self-realization, How to Measure a Planet?, The Gathering's fifth album, and third with vocal extraordinaire Anneke Van Giersbergen, marks a significant shift in the band's sound and presentation/5(46).
  3. Jun 19,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of How To Measure A Planet? on Discogs/5(36).
  4. A new Gathering era began with this album, "How to Measure a Planet". A complete departure from everything created before by them. This album led into "If_then_else", the more rock oriented album, and then onto "Souvenirs", which is most frequently described as Trip-Rock. This is the Gathering at their most experimental/5.
  5. Jul 12,  · referencing How To Measure A Planet?, 2xLP, Album, Ltd, RE, RM, Yel, SVR Unfortunately this release does have a lot of (pressing) errors. Songs do not play correctly, some jumps, a lot of crackles, some "holes" in the vinyl, bad sound quality, different volume peaks/5().
  6. "How To Measure A Planet" is 28 1/2 minutes long. It opens with some sampling of a Russian radio broadcast, some vocal melodies later and lots of samples. It sounds so good when it kicks in before 5 minutes. This album is very highly recommended though and patience is /5.
  7. There are several ways that planetary diameters can be measured. The most common is to measure the apparent angular diameter of the planet – how big it looks against the sky – very precisely using a telescope. Combining this with a measure of its distance (deduced from its orbit around the Sun) reveals the planet’s actual size.
  8. One of the first people to make a good measurement of the distance to a planet was the great astronomer Gian Domenico Cassini. In , Cassini used a technique called parallax to measure the distance to Mars. You can understand parallax by holding your thumb up at arm's length and looking at it first with one eye, and then your other.

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