AND.ID presents Algol Paradox

AND.ID presents Algol Paradox

AND.ID presents Algol Paradox

The Greek electronic music producer and live performer Andreas Dimitriadis, also know as, releases new spiritual album ‘Algol Paradox’ on Bandcamp.

The Paradox music series is a conceptualisation formulated by Just like two thoughts or two sentences or two code snippets that connect to each other in order to form an operand; the series is binary connectors of spiritualism and music, dance and visual arts.

We all have our cognitive biases… Passion for the skies and the observation of star systems throughout his adolescence has impelled the artist’s stimulus in a unique way so that birth has been given to this experiential music project. It is a modern narrative of music that announces and resurrects the ancient myth of Perseus and his journey to decapitate Medusa. We class you as travelers who will join us and will follow the music among the stars. Our journey continues towards the constellation of Perseus to discover astronomical phenomena ahead.

The release of Algol Paradox album marks the beginning of a long journey. It is a sonic journey through τhe ‘’beat’’ of music full of attentiveness and immediacy, an opporτunity τo share and salute our uniqueness and self-sustenance.

AND.ID presents Algol Paradox
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What is Algol Paradox?
The Algol paradox refers to an apparent disagreement between observations of binary systems and accepted models of stellar evolution.

The Algol paradox refers to the observation that the binary star system, Algol, does not follow accepted models of stellar evolution. Typically larger mass stars will fuse through their hydrogen faster than lower mass stars. When a star runs out of hydrogen, it will move on to the giant stage, one of the later stages of evolution.

In the case of Algol, the lower mass star was observed to be a red giant, while the larger mass star was still on the main sequence. This seemed to defy our models of stellar evolution, but the problem was resolved when astronomers realized that mass could be transferred from one star to the other.

As the larger star expands into a red giant, the outside of the star can pass a point where the other star's gravitational field is stronger. As a result, the material will be passed from the larger star to the smaller, so the original larger mass star will become the less massive star in the system.