- O Muse! 07: Summer Solstice 2022
- O Muse! is going to the MOON!!!!
- Everything is Blue in this World
- Hunter Moon
- The House of the Seven Gables (excerpt)
- Deep Blue Plunge
- The oldest known star chart
- Star Taker
- One Circle More
- Did you say Puppets?
- Voices of the Air
- Voices of Earth
- Hear Me While You Can
- Singing Waters
The word Astrolabe translates to “Star-taker” and traces back to the Greek words astron “star” and lambanein “to take.” These instruments are used to measure the altitude above the horizon of a celestial body, identify stars or planets, determine local latitude, survey, or triangulate.
Astrolabe made by Abd al-Karim al-Misri/al-Madrabi, brass with silver and copper inlay (1236AD), probably Mayyafariqin (Turkey). British Museum