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Jazz, Hip-Hop, Reggae, or the classics ? New York City venues feature music from all cultures. Whether you're catching an aria at Lincoln Center, or checking out a band at Central Park Summerstage, NYC has a gig you won't want to miss.

The Rewind Show - Highline Ballroom
October 01, 2011 - Manhattan

Every Saturday night, the Highline combiniesg the live music of the 80's Rock & Roll era along with the best DJ's spinning the present hits. 21 & over. Doors at 10:30pm, show at 11pm. $20. RSVP to info@4kent.com

Nabucco - Metropolitan Opera
October 01, 2011 -

Verdi's rousing biblical drama stars Zeljko Lucic and Maria Guleghina in the leading roles, with the Met's fine chorus delivering the famous "Va, pensiero."

Il Barbiere di Siviglia - Metropolitan Opera
October 01, 2011 -

Peter Mattei recreates his winning portrayal of the barber in Bartlett Sher's popular production, which propels the comic action right into the audience. Isabel Leonard sings her first Met Rosina, sharing the role with Diana Damrau, and Javier Camarena makes his Met debut as the Count.

Angélique Kidjo - Metropolitan Museum of Art
October 01, 2011 -

Named "Africa's premiere diva" by Time magazine, the Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter performs traditional folk songs from her native Benin with fellow countryman Lionel Loueke. The rich multicultural heritage of Benin (Dahomey) is brought to life with her unique blend of Zilin vocal technique and jazz vocalese.

Dvorák and a Corigliano World Premiere - New York Philharmonic
Through October 01, 2011 -

Saturday Matinee: Schubert and Dvorák - New York Philharmonic
October 01, 2011 -

Award Winning Entertainer Dean Regan in Concert - Feinstein's at Loews Regency
October 02, 2011 - New York

Feinstein’s at Loews Regency The Nightclub of New York, welcomes Broadway vocalist, Garland and DramaLogue Award-winning performer, Dean Regan, in “Give My Regards to Broadway” on October 2, 2011 at 8:30pm. Regan’s cabaret concert and debut CD of the same name are full of classic songs and new tunes currently lighting up the Great White Way. Regan, who now hails from Los Angeles, worked on the New York stage for ten years. He’ll tell unique tales of how he fell permanently in love with Broadway and his adventures behind-the-scenes. Regan is celebrating the recent release of his thirteen-track recording with orchestrations and Musical Direction by Nick Fryman. “Juicy and jubilant,” wrote Talkin’ Broadway of the new disc, “you can feel the joy that Dean Regan has running through and relishing his material.” Cabaret Scenes had this to say of Regan’s Spring concerts at The Metropolitan Room: “…a Tony-deserving platinum tour-de-force reading is given to the brilliantly performed (and quirkily, but cleverly, included) Gilbert & Sullivan’s “I Am the Very Model of a Modern Major General.”

Anna Bolena - Metropolitan Opera
October 03, 2011 -

Anna Netrebko opens the Met season with her portrayal of the ill-fated queen driven insane by her unfaithful king. She sings one of opera's greatest mad scenes in this Met premiere production by David McVicar. Ekaterina Gubanova is her rival, Jane Seymour, Ildar Abdrazakov sings Henry VIII, and Marco Armiliato conducts.

Il Volo - Beacon Theatre
October 03, 2011 - New York

Piero Barone, Ignazio Boschetto and Gianluca Ginoble joined together to form Il Volo (Italian for 'flight') after appearing together in a popular Italian talent show "Ti Lascio Una Canzone". The three dazzled television viewers with their flawless rendition of the Neapolitan standard "O Sole Mio."

The Bangles - Highline Ballroom
October 03, 2011 -

It was 30 years ago that guitarists Susanna Hoffs and Vicki Peterson and drummer Debbi Peterson formed the Bangles in a Brentwood, California, garage. They did so based on two crucial elements: their common love for rock's golden age and the crystalline sound they quite naturally created when they blended their voices. These intertwined epiphanies sent them off together on a long and winding road that continues to this special moment: the appearance of Sweetheart of the Sun, an album filled with a fresh batch of definitive Bangles songs. The release reveals The Bangles at their equally beguiling extremes, as soaring folk-rock harmonies coexist with adrenalized rave-ups inspired by the band's roots in Nuggets-era garage rock.

After a long and storied career that has included numerous smash hits (including 1986's "Walk Like an Egyptian" and 1988's "Eternal Flame") and one split at the end of the '80s, why is this trio still making music together? "I feel like I do have to do it," says Vicki, "but more importantly, I want to do it - we all do. The writing and recording have become more enjoyable than ever." Remarkably, the Bangles' second time around has lasted longer than the first, as the three longtime partners harmoniously coexist with their respective husbands and children; making music together is now another familiar, rewarding part of their lives.

Much has changed in the lives and careers of Vicki, Debbi, and Susanna since that first time they played and sang together in the Hoffs' family garage 30 years ago. But one fundamental element remains unchanged from that magical day. "Within two hours," Vicki fondly remembers, "we were a band, the three of us. And we still are."

Il Barbiere di Siviglia - Metropolitan Opera
October 04, 2011 -

Peter Mattei recreates his winning portrayal of the barber in Bartlett Sher's popular production, which propels the comic action right into the audience. Isabel Leonard sings her first Met Rosina, sharing the role with Diana Damrau, and Javier Camarena makes his Met debut as the Count.

Dvorák and a Corigliano World Premiere - New York Philharmonic
October 04, 2011 -

Amateur Night at the Apollo - Apollo Theater
October 05, 2011 -

Throughout the Amateur Night season, contestants from all over the world compete for the winning title of Super Top Dog and a cash prize of $10,000! Aspiring musicians, singers, dancers, comedians, rappers and spoken word artists try their best to please the audiences that can make them an Apollo legend. Then get ready to cheer or jeer as you decide who stays and who gets booted off stage. At Amateur Night, you tell the performers to be good or be gone! Amateur Night at the Apollo is hosted by the comedian Capone. Each show begins with a festive pre-party featuring video and music by DJ Jess. And keep a lookout for master impressionist C.P. Lacey the resident Executioner who sweeps bad talent off the stage.

Nabucco - Metropolitan Opera
October 05, 2011 -

Verdi's rousing biblical drama stars Zeljko Lucic and Maria Guleghina in the leading roles, with the Met's fine chorus delivering the famous "Va, pensiero."

Mariinsky Orchestra Opening Night Gala - Carnegie Hall
October 05, 2011 -

Yo-Yo Ma has provided Carnegie Hall with some of its most memorable concerts ever, and an appearance by Valery Gergiev and his orchestra is always a one-of-a-kind event. Together, they perform a showstopper by Tchaikovsky—the guest of honor at the very first Opening Night in 1891—as part of this all-Russian program.

Ramblin' Jack Elliot - Highline Ballroom
October 05, 2011 -

Ramblin' Jack Elliott will release a long-anticipated CD on the ANTI- Record label on April 7th 2009. Entitled A Stranger Here, it was produced by Joe Henry (Bettye LaVette, Solomon Burke, Elvis Costello/Allen Toussaint). On it, the 77 year old Elliott sings and plays acoustic guitar, and is backed by a stellar collection of musicians handpicked by Henry, among them Van Dyke Parks and David Hidalgo (Los Lobos).

Revered for his interpretive take on traditional American music, on A Stranger Here Elliott steps out of the country/folk arena that has shaped his legend, 50+ years in the making. Haunting and evocative landscapes crafted by Henry construct a mood that is enhanced by Elliott's world-scarred voice. Together, musician and producer examine a carefully selected number of pre-WWII blues songs in a wholly unique way.

From the liner notes of A Stranger Here, Henry writes: "I pitched the idea that he interpret country blues music from the Depression era of his birth…songs as dark, funny and strange as is he and the times that produced them, and also ones that still resonate in these turbulent days: songs from the blues masters Jack had known during their latter-day resurgence -- and his own ascension -- in the early sixties (Son House, Mississippi John Hurt, Rev. Gary Davis); songs that share shape and subject with many folk songs of the same period but speak with a particular poetry to struggle, love, justice and mortality -- off-handedly and all at once…I needn't have pitched so hard. Jack seemed intrigued by the notion from the start, and had no trouble reading the songs as pertinent to him. He pounced on each one as it came up during the four days of recording in my basement studio, gave each a face of suave cunning, and was as unexpectedly arch as Bob Hope might've seemed strolling through a Fellini tableau. He's using an old language but always speaking in the present tense."

One of the great American musical treasures, Elliott has had a rich and storied life. As a budding musician, Jack developed his voice under the tutelage of Woodrow Wilson Guthrie, truck hitching across the country off and on for a couple of years with Woody, carrying "only razors and guitars." The pair eventually landed in the McCarthy-free enclave of Topanga Canyon CA in the 1950s, where Elliott played for James Dean and later married Dean's former flame. On the other coast, Elliott was also a fixture of the Greenwich Village scene, and once spent "three days and a lot of wine" listening to Jack Kerouac read On the Road. But it is his relationship with a young Bob Dylan that Elliott is perhaps most famous for, though back in the 1960s the up-and-coming Dylan was often mistakenly dubbed the "son of Jack Elliott." Today Elliott simply states "Dylan learned from me the same way I learned from Woody."

A Stranger Here promises to be another wonderful tome in the library of Ramblin Jack Elliott, one of the great American storytellers.

MusicNow Summit presented by AT&T and the L Magazine - The Knitting Factory
October 05, 2011 - Brooklyn

AT&T and the L Magazine are gathering some of the music industry’s brightest minds to discuss the current music landscape and showcase some of the hottest independent artists today. The event, called the MusicNow Summit, will take place at the Knitting Factory in Brooklyn on Wednesday, October 5, from 6:30 – 11:30 p.m.

During the event, popular emerging band Friends will perform, and Shirley Braha of MTV’s Weird Vibes and NYCTV’s New York Noise will give a visual presentation on the importance of the music video.

Following the presentation, indie rocker Ted Leo will headline a panel discussion with industry innovators, including Vince Bannon from Getty Music, Dave Haynes from SoundCloud, Lio Kanine from Kanine Records and Brian Feit from BMF Media on how the industry has changed in the last few years and where they see it going. Following the panel discussion will be a live performance by Ted Leo.

Space is limited, so those interested in attending are asked to RSVP by Oct. 4 through the Summit’s website, www.musicnowsummit.com.

WHAT: MusicNow Summit presented by AT&T and the L Magazine;

WHERE: Knitting Factory, 361 Metropolitan Avenue, Brooklyn;

WHEN: 6:30 – 8:00 p.m.: Network with leaders of the music industry; 8:00 – 8:45 p.m.: Performance by Friends; 8:45 – 9:15 p.m.: Presentation by Shirley Braha; 9:15 – 10:30 p.m.: Panel discussion with music industry leaders; 10:30 – 11:30 p.m. Performance by Ted Leo.

Anna Bolena - Metropolitan Opera
October 06, 2011 -

Anna Netrebko opens the Met season with her portrayal of the ill-fated queen driven insane by her unfaithful king. She sings one of opera's greatest mad scenes in this Met premiere production by David McVicar. Ekaterina Gubanova is her rival, Jane Seymour, Ildar Abdrazakov sings Henry VIII, and Marco Armiliato conducts.

Bryan Ferry - Beacon Theatre
October 06, 2011 - New York

Mariinsky Orchestra - Carnegie Hall
October 06, 2011 -

The Mariinsky Orchestra begins its cycle of Tchaikovsky's six symphonies with the first and the last. Tchaikovsky wrote his inaugural symphony as his career was blossoming in Moscow, where he took a teaching position at the Moscow Conservatory in 1866. Only days before his death in 1893, Tchaikovsky conducted the premiere of his "Pathétique" Symphony in his hometown of St. Petersburg, a musical farewell to the city from which he drew musical sustenance.

Pee Wee, Fred & Maceo: A Funky Good Time - The Town Hall
October 06, 2011 -

Pee Wee Ellis – tenor saxophone, vocals; Fred Wesley – trombone, vocals; Maceo Parker – alto saxophone, vocals;

with their all-star band: Larry Goldings, keys; Christian McBride, bass; Bill Stewart, drums; Rodney Jones, guitar.

Aterciopelados - Highline Ballroom
October 06, 2011 -

Over the last several years the restless youth of Latín America (and their Latino cousins up North) have been swept up in the Latin alternative scene. They like their hip-hop and alternative rock, but they don't want to give up their soulful, folkloric roots. At the forefront of this new wave is Aterciopelados (the Velvets), whose music would feel equally at home at a rock concert, electronica lounge, or salsa club. They can rock like Radiohead, but they have the same dedication to Latin music's traditions as the Buena Vista Social Club.

Essentially a collaboration between vocalist/guitarist Andrea Echeverri and bassist/arranger Hector Buitrago, Aterciopelados has recorded eight albums since they originally teamed up in Bogota, Colombia in the early '90s as "Delia y los Aminoacidos". "Hector was an essential revelation in my personal and musical life," said Andrea. "He brought new aesthetics, unsuspected rebellion, and truckloads of music." Buitrago came from a hardcore rock background, heading up a group called La Pesitilencia, while Echeverri had been drawn into the fledgling scene through art school friends. "When I was young I listened to bugaloo by Richie Rey and later stuff like Led Zeppelin, Deep Purple, and Yes," said Hector. "The first time I bought a bass guitar, I'd never had one in my hands before. I began to write songs by ear." Hector and Andrea went on to open one of Bogota's only rock clubs, and their relationship is one Latin rock's most successful artistic partnerships.

Aterciopelados have always demonstrated an unflagging commitment to their music as art, and as an instrument of reaching people. Now that the civil war in Colombia is intensifying and more innocent victims get caught up in its devastation, the band recognizes their responsibility to celebrate their love for their traditions, while speaking to the modernizing tastes of Latín American youth. You can see it vividly, whether they're playing a show in the main square of La Paz, Bolivia to celebrate the declaration of human rights, or whether it's Andrea tossing plastic flowers into an army of Latin rockers in New York or Los Angeles.

Bach, Berg, and Brahms - New York Philharmonic
Through October 07, 2011 -

SongFusion Presents: Uncommon Prayer - Christ Church
October 07, 2011 - New York

SongFusion, an adventurous new art song ensemble, explores spirituality across the globe. Recent Joy in SInging winner Michael Kelly and his colleagues are joined by an array of instrumental collaborators in an unconventional compilation of songs ranging from Wolf and Ravel to works by John Harbison and a New York premiere by renowned American composer Libby Larsen. For more information, go to: www.songfusion.org

Bass Squad Vol. 2 - Designer Drugs Flinch Bill Posters Soundkeepers Tjani - Highline Ballroom
October 07, 2011 -

Bass Squad is an event production and management company based out of New York City. Tonight's show will feature:

DESIGNER DRUGS

Designer Drugs is a New York-based grind house duo that is currently touring the world. The band consists of Michael Vincent Patrick and Theodore Paul Nelson. After nearly 50 remixes for everyone from Mariah Carey to Thieves Like Us, the diverse electronic group released its debut album, Hardcore/Softcore, on Ultra Records earlier this year.

FLINCH

Los Angeles-based beat maker Adam Glassco, better known as Flinch, stands out for his ability to marry a massive, tear-out bass line with a melody that could serenade your grandmother, or create tracks that pair careful grit & distortion with catchy songwriting. Flinch is currently touring and releasing dynamic new music on record labels SMOG, Play Me, Trouble & Bass, and Party Like Us.

BILL POSTERS

Fergus Brignall, aka Bill Posters, is a DJ and producer from North London. His latest release, Crossroads EP, comes out this week and features Posters in collaboration with acclaimed producer Deckscar. His appearance tonight marks his North American debut!

SOUNDKEEPERS

Starting out as an electro DJ duo, Soundkeepers soon became a solo project fronted by Ricky Medina. With just a year of production under his belt, Medina has already had original tracks on Dubstep labels Filthy Digital Recordings and Code of Arms Records in 2011. He has recently played with the likes of Dillon Francis and Hellfire Machina.

TJANI

Tjani is a DJ, producer, and self-proclaimed dance party enthusiast based in New York City. He was recently a finalist in EMBRACE:BOSTON's mix contest.

Music and Musica - Joao Paulo Figueiroa - BEA - Brazilian Endowment for the Arts
October 07, 2011 - New York

Performance dedicated to the classical guitar art with the virtuosi guitarist João Paulo Figueroa. Figueroa will present a classical repertory as well as Brazilian music.

Apollo Music Cafe: Sol Ascension - Apollo Theater
October 07, 2011 - New York

The Apollo Music Café is Harlem's new night spot where music genres from the Apollo's heritage – R&B, hip hop, soul, jazz, pop, funk, and rock – are transformed by cutting-edge artists in a stylized lounge space. Singer, songwriter, recording artist, actor, and global soul impresario, Manchildblack curates part live concert, part dance party, pairing DJ Jihad Muhammad, the reigning "Prince" of the underground dance music scene and Wunmi, who connects Nigeria's Afrobeat heritage, New York's house pedigree and London's jazz, broken beat and classic street soul sounds.

DEADMAU5 meowington Hax Tour - ROSELAND, BALLROOM
Through October 08, 2011 - New York

Joel Thomas Zimmerman (born January 5, 1981), better known by his stage name deadmau5 (pronounced "dead mouse"), is a Canadian progressive, electro, and house producer based in Toronto. His tracks have been included in compilation albums such as In Search of Sunrise 6: Ibiza, MixMag's Tech-Trance-Electro-Madness (mixed by deadmau5 himself), and on Armin van Buuren's A State of Trance radio show. His debut album, Get Scraped, was released in 2006, followed by others in the next few years. As well as his own solo releases, deadmau5 has worked alongside numerous other DJs and producers, such as Kaskade, MC Flipside, Rob Swire of Pendulum, Skrillex, and Steve Duda under the BSOD alias. He is known for often performing in a titular costume head, which resembles a mouse head, that he originally created while learning to use a 3D program.

Roseland Ballroom - Great concert space, and host to dirverse acts ranging from Paul Okenfold to De La Soul to George Clinton. An enormous dance floor, a 700-seat restaurant and three bars await younger rock fans and older ballroom dance aficionados alike. Though it's only open two days a week -- for recorded music on Thursdays and one or two bands on Sundays -- it remains a NY favorite. Other concerts take place during the week, and dance parties may be canceled due to bookings, so call ahead.

The Rewind Show - Highline Ballroom
October 08, 2011 - Manhattan

Every Saturday night, the Highline combiniesg the live music of the 80's Rock & Roll era along with the best DJ's spinning the present hits. 21 & over. Doors at 10:30pm, show at 11pm. $20. RSVP to info@4kent.com

Nabucco - Metropolitan Opera
October 08, 2011 -

Verdi's rousing biblical drama stars Zeljko Lucic and Maria Guleghina in the leading roles, with the Met's fine chorus delivering the famous "Va, pensiero."

Il Barbiere di Siviglia - Metropolitan Opera
October 08, 2011 -

Peter Mattei recreates his winning portrayal of the barber in Bartlett Sher's popular production, which propels the comic action right into the audience. Isabel Leonard sings her first Met Rosina, sharing the role with Diana Damrau, and Javier Camarena makes his Met debut as the Count.

The Aggrolites - Highline Ballroom
October 08, 2011 -

The Aggrolites are more than a band they are a movement unto themselves. They carry a banner - one created with their own hands. This banner reads, "Dirty Reggae," and represents their signature fusion of reggae, soul, grit and determination. For seven magnificent years, this dirty reggae bunch has rolled from city to city, across the pond and up main street USA. They rally the kids, the parents, the students, the cops, the bosses and the drifters. The people come, they relish in The Aggrolites, the dirty reggae and the joy that comes with it all. The liberating rhythms and catchy grooves demand a return trip.

Out of the Los Angeles school of hard knocks, The Aggrolites have earned a PhD in "feel good music." On the road they educate with the thunder and punch of the reggae drums and bass, the ripping, soulful melodies of the organ and guitars, and Jesse Wagner's voice - a gift from the heavens, a perfectly intact gift from Otis, Sam, Ray and Wilson.

Early 2011 will see the release of their 5th full-length collection "Rugged Road" from Young Cub Records. The sessions will be released as a series of vinyl and digital singles, as well as a compilation. The recordings took place at Young Cub Records' studio headquarters in Boston, MA. Of the sessions, Roffredo says the band wanted to "lay down these new rhythms on reel to reel tape, playing all together in one room."

The Aggrolites have a specific way of making music. They don't over think it, they don't obsess over pop culture demands, they walk onto a stage or into a recording studio and let "it" happen - a culmination of inspiration - from the road, from playing alongside legends, and from the energy and motivation of their die hard fans.

The Aggrolites are Jesse Wagner (vocals, lead guitar), Roger Rivas (organ), Jeff Roffredo (bass) and Alex Mckenzie (Drums).

They have four other full-length albums to their credit -- Dirty Reggae (Axe, 2003), The Aggrolites (Hellcat, 2006) and Reggae Hit L.A. (Hellcat, 2007) and IV (Hellcat, 2009). "A glorious, surprising treat. Ideal for your next soul shakedown party," raved Peter Relic from Rolling Stone. In 2007, the band also collaborated with Rancid front-man Tim Armstrong on his solo A Poet's Life (Hellcat 2007) CD/DVD release.

The Aggrolites have shared the stage with Social Distortion, Rancid, Flogging Molly, 311, Slightly Stoopid, Michael Franti & Spearhead, Dropkick Murphys, Against Me!, Gogol Bordello and Rebelution. They have graced the stages at such notable events as Vans Warped Tour, SXSW, Coachella, Fuji Rock in Japan, West Coast Riot, Open Air St. Gallen, Pohoda Festival, Rebellion Festival, Chiemsee Reggae Festival, Couvre Feu Festival, among numerous others around the world.

Apollo Music Cafe: Fredericks Brown & Suga Bush - Apollo Theater
October 08, 2011 - New York

The Apollo Music Café is Harlem's new night spot where music genres from the Apollo's heritage – R&B, hip hop, soul, jazz, pop, funk, and rock – are transformed by cutting-edge artists in a stylized lounge space.

A soulful evening informed by the Black Rock divas who blazed a sultry and fiery trail. New Zealand's Fredericks Brown fuses Deva (daughter of Taj) Mahal's rich soul and blues roots and Steph Brown's organic Pacific sound with back-up by Michael Taylor. Suga Bush offers a funky, rock-tinged, neo-soul experience born in the streets of Philadelphia. Curated by Monique Martin.

Kelley Suttenfield: Mondays With the Masters - The Metropolitan Room
Through October 19, 2011 - New York

The Metropolitan Room welcomes jazz singer Kelley Suttenfield this fall on four consecutive Mondays at 7pm: 9/19, 9/26/ 10/3 and 10/10, in a series called “Mondays with the Masters.” Each Monday, Suttenfield will pair her offbeat, jazz-storytelling style with a different guitar master, including Howard Alden on 10/10. The complete lineup is below. Suttenfield released her debut CD, "Where is Love?" in 2009. "Here’s a singer with a lot of great ideas, and the ability to deliver them. It’s her debut disc, and the closest thing I can compare it to is Madeleine Peyroux’s debut Dreamland, way back when. It’s got the same feel...Give me more!" George W. Harris, Jazz Weekly. Suttenfield, New York based with Southern roots, is known internationally for her unusual spin on American music, the Beatles, Brazilian and beyond. She expanded her fan base recently to London, where she debuted at Ronnie Scott's in January 2011. The guitarist lineup is strong and eclectic: Joe Carbone (9/19): Carbone is known as a singers' accompanist, he counts Sammy Davis Jr., Frankie Laine and 60's idol Bobby Rydell among his favorite gigs; Tony Romano (9/26): prolific NYC player who has toured worldwide and played with many Latin, Jazz and Pop artists including Stanley Jordan and Randy Brecker: Vic Juris (10/3): Vic has traveled far and wide with the likes of Jimmy Smith, Sarah Vaughan, Chico Hamilton, Dave Liebman, Richie Cole and Mel Torme, to name only a few greats; and Howard Alden (10/10): Alden needs little intro, but has been described as "may be the best of his generation" by JazzTimes. Bassist Matt Aronoff, whose credits include gigs with Luciana Souza at the Kennedy Center and Birdland with Peter Eldridge, joins every Monday every Monday.

Picturing Science: Museum Scientists and Imaging Technologies - American Museum of Natural History
Through June 24, 2012 -

Picturing Science: Museum Scientists and Imaging Technologies, an exhibition of more than 20 sets of striking large-format prints, showcases advanced imaging technologies used by scientists at the American Museum of Natural History and reveals once-hidden, intricate details of both natural phenomena and cultural artifacts. The exhibition features images that were created in pursuit of scientific knowledge but also resulted in visually arresting art. It explores how such imaging technologies -- including infrared photography, scanning electron microscopy, and computed tomography (CT) -- make it possible to examine and analyze a range of specimens at levels of detail previously unimaginable, advancing science and providing new insights into the visual splendor of the universe.


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