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Miranda was the daughter of Prospero in The Tempest by Shakespeare. It is the innermost and the smallest of the larger Uranian moons (diameter 294 miles), and is one of the most interesting bodies in the solar system. The surface is a patchwork of broken terrain criss-crossed by huge canyons as deep as 12 miles, suggesting intense geological activity in the past. Other features may be due to cryovolcanic eruptions of icy magma. Like Frankenstein's monster, Miranda appears to have been pieced together from parts that didn't quite mesh properly.

One theory proposed that Miranda was shattered by a massive impact and then reassembled, burying parts of the original surface and exposing parts of the interior. A recent and more mundane theory suggests the upwelling of partially melted ices are responsible for the strange landscapes on Miranda.


from Voyager, released January 1, 2015
Composed and arranged by Cailyn Lloyd



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Cailyn began playing piano at an early age followed by violin and bass guitar. She settled on lead guitar in her teens, playing in blues and prog-rock bands in London, England. Nine years ago, Cailyn returned to music full time, devoting most of her time to studio and session work. She is also studying music theory and composition with San Francisco composer, Daniel Leo Simpson. ... more

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