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The title song on Ray LaMontagne's new album, Supernova, features sunny, just-this-side-of-psychedelic production and instrumentation. It’s a bright plea to a woman to join the singer on some new romantic adventures. For a guy who made his reputation as a morosely troubled, soulful crooner, it’s a departure, and a welcome one.

You can read/listen to Ken Tucker’s full review here. View in High-Res

    The title song on Ray LaMontagne's new album, Supernova, features sunny, just-this-side-of-psychedelic production and instrumentation. It’s a bright plea to a woman to join the singer on some new romantic adventures. For a guy who made his reputation as a morosely troubled, soulful crooner, it’s a departure, and a welcome one.

    You can read/listen to Ken Tucker’s full review here.

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  1. On today’s Fresh Air, physicist Saul Perlmutter, who  is part of the team awarded the 2011 Nobel Prize in Physics for the discovery that the expansion of the universe wasn’t slowing down but accelerating. The results of that research suggest the universe is filled with dark energy. [Full Interview Here]

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Image description: This image combines data from four different space telescopes to create a view of all that remains of the oldest documented example of a supernova, called RCW 86. The Chinese witnessed the event in 185 A.D., documenting a mysterious “guest star” that remained in the sky for eight months. 
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    Image description: This image combines data from four different space telescopes to create a view of all that remains of the oldest documented example of a supernova, called RCW 86. The Chinese witnessed the event in 185 A.D., documenting a mysterious “guest star” that remained in the sky for eight months. 

    Image by NASA

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