Quintessence

by Space Dust

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about

We stand at the very beginning of our Universe, just about thirteen billion years from its birth, and there are at least a few hundred billion years ahead. Still fresh is the memory about the beginning of time and space, about the moment when there was nothing and everything had appeared. Knowing how the Universe was born, we can suppose how it will change, and where it will go to. Hypotheses already exist now, but is our world so predictable? It can be that it is much more complicated, because during the short period of conscious and highly developed existence of mankind - just some century - we managed to learn so much and we don't stop to learn more and more. The space more recently seemed to be the most static and stable thing in the Universe. But now we know that this it is not so. It appears that it is continuously expanding, and this process is constantly accelerating. Mysterious force leading to this effect - the dark energy - is probably fluctuations of density of some unseen elusive field called quintessence. It's hard to believe that three fourth of existing Universe are still hidden from human eyes, but this fact reminds how reality can be more wonderful than any fantasy.

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Tracks 1-10 and 12 composed and recorded in 2002, track 11 recorded in 2003.

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released November 26, 2014

USC-WR-1411.0236

Composed by Space Dust presented by Slavnus & Qix. Synthesizers, programmed, written and arranged by Slava Uraltsev and Rinat Kayumov. Photography courtesy of NASA, ESA and the HFF Team (STScI) presented by Jennifer Lotz, Matt Mountain and Anton M. Koekemoer. Design by Slava Uraltsev. Artwork by Anna Riet.

Cover photo: Hubble Frontier Field Abell 2744 nicknamed Pandora's Cluster.

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