After a long voyage, the Prometheus arrives and lands on Titan. The crew is astonished by the alien landscape, beyond anything they could ever imagine. They take samples, explore, and in the process discover something unbelievable...
What will we find here on this moon? Is there anything to know?
Atmosphere of liquid methane, orange with its amber glow
As I gaze out at alien skies, I can hardly believe my eyes
Solar winds kiss us to sleep tonight
Come tomorrow, we'll greet the light
Can this rock be used for something, or is it all just false hope?
Tapping, mining, excavation... search for something to bring home.
What did we find here on this moon? Will we share it with them all?
Have we learned from others' mistakes, or comes pride before the fall?
Systems go, prepare for takeoff through this ocean in the stars
from Locus of Chiron,
released February 10, 2018
Written, performed and produced by Eric Seibt, Joshua Jauz, and John Panaccione
Recorded and mixed by The Lazy Scientist @ The Porch Studio
Mastered by James Creer