Jeroen Search introduces his new 17-track album, ‘Alpha Centauri’.

One of the best contemporary techno producers of the time, Jeroen Search, introduces his new 17-track album “Alpha Centauri‘ to be out this Friday, September 3rd via Jeff Mills label The Escape Velocity / Axis Records. Definitely this piece will sound very pleasant for the electronic enthusiastic listeners. Stay tuned and read the full story below.

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The Alpha Centauri system is seen by many as the best candidate to explore for signs of life. As the gravitationally bound system of the closest stars and exoplanets to Earth’s Solar System is located at 4.37 light-years from the sun it would take about 100 years for a nuclear pulse propulsion interstellar spacecraft to reach it, and another 4 years would be necessary for the data to begin reach Earth.

Alpha Centauri, has at least one Earth-sized planet orbiting one of its three stars. Dangerous x-rays from that red dwarf star make life unlikely there, but the prospects may be much better for the other two sun-like stars, if any as-yet undiscovered planets orbit them.

With so many exoplanets being discovered now, it is natural of course to wonder about the star system closest to us. Could life exist there? For the one planet known to exist there so far, the results are not encouraging. But if there are others, and most planetary systems appear to have more than one planet, then the odds are a bit more in life’s favor. We won’t know for sure until/if we find additional planets in the Alpha Centauri system. But even if we don’t, many other worlds are being discovered on a regular basis now, and a growing number appear to have conditions at least suitable for habitability, if not life itself.

So far the question still remains, will we find ever planets in an environment conducive to life as we know it?

Label: AXIS- The Escape Velocity
Artist: Jeroen Search
Title: Alpha Centauri
Format: Album
Release Format: Digital
Release Date: September 3rd, 2021
Cat. No. ASD041
Distribution: AXIS Shop


01. Main Sequence Star
02. The Spectral Type
03. 1100 Solar Masses
04. 22 Days To Complete The Rotation
05. Alpha Centauri System
06. Orbital Radius
07. One Of The Three Navigational Stars
08. The Foot Of The Centaur
09. Third Brightest Point Of Light
10. Blue Supergiant
11. Deep Sky Objects
12. The Observed Minimum Separation
13. Circumpolar
14. Nearest Star System To The Sun
15. A Nuclear Propelled Spacecraft
16. Interstellar Exploration
17. 2069 Alpha Centauri Mission

Jeroen Search

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