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The tritone scale has the intervals, Root-b2-3-b5-5-b7, so all of those juicy notes we saw in the C7b9#11 chord in the first bar of the example. Now that you know how to build a tritone scale, R-b2-3-b5-5-b7, let’s take a look at a few common fingerings for this scale on the guitar.

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The Voyager 2 probe in 1989 observed a handful of geyser-like eruptions of nitrogen gas and entrained dust from beneath the surface of Triton in plumes up to 8km high. [33] [59] Triton is thus, along with Earth, Io, Europa and Enceladus, one of the few bodies in the Solar System on which active eruptions of some sort have been observed. [60] The best-observed examples are named Hili and Mahilani (after a Zulu water sprite and a Tongan sea spirit, respectively). [61] The first attempt to measure the diameter of Triton was made by Gerard Kuiper in 1954. He obtained a value of 3,800km. Subsequent measurement attempts arrived at values ranging from 2,500 to 6,000km, or from slightly smaller than the Moon (3,474.2km) to nearly half the diameter of Earth. [73] Data from the approach of Voyager 2 to Neptune on August 25, 1989, led to a more accurate estimate of Triton's diameter (2,706km). [74] Before the flyby of Voyager 2, astronomers suspected that Triton might have liquid nitrogen seas and a nitrogen/methane atmosphere with a density as much as 30% that of Earth. Like the famous overestimates of the atmospheric density of Mars, this proved incorrect. As with Mars, a denser atmosphere is postulated for its early history. [72]Main article: Atmosphere of Triton Artist's impression of Triton, showing its tenuous atmosphere just over the limb. Triton was discovered by British astronomer William Lassell on October 10, 1846, [17] just 17days after the discovery of Neptune. When John Herschel received news of Neptune's discovery, he wrote to Lassell suggesting he search for possible moons. Lassell discovered Triton eight days later. [17] [18] Lassell also claimed for a period [h] to have discovered rings. [19] Although Neptune was later confirmed to have rings, they are so faint and dark that it is not plausible he saw them. A brewer by trade, Lassell spotted Triton with his self-built 61cm (24in) aperture metal mirror reflecting telescope (also known as the "two-foot" reflector). [20] This telescope was donated to the Royal Observatory, Greenwich in the 1880s, but was eventually dismantled. [20] All the geysers observed were located between 50° and 57°S, the part of Triton's surface close to the subsolar point. This indicates that solar heating, although very weak at Triton's great distance from the Sun, plays a crucial role. It is thought that the surface of Triton probably consists of a translucent layer of frozen nitrogen overlying a darker substrate, which creates a kind of "solid greenhouse effect". Solar radiation passes through the thin surface ice sheet, slowly heating and vaporizing subsurface nitrogen until enough gas pressure accumulates for it to erupt through the crust. [7] [46] A temperature increase of just 4 K above the ambient surface temperature of 37K could drive eruptions to the heights observed. [59] Although commonly termed "cryovolcanic", this nitrogen plume activity is distinct from Triton's larger-scale cryovolcanic eruptions, as well as volcanic processes on other worlds, which are powered by internal heat. CO 2 geysers on Mars are thought to erupt from its south polar cap each spring in the same way as Triton's geysers. [62]

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This is a Triton implementation of the Flash Attention v2 algorithm from Tri Dao ( https://tridao.me/publications/flash2/flash2.pdf) Triton's revolution around Neptune has become a nearly perfect circle with an eccentricity of almost zero. Viscoelastic damping from tides alone is not thought to be capable of circularizing Triton's orbit in the time since the origin of the system, and gas drag from a prograde debris disc is likely to have played a substantial role. [4] [5] Tidal interactions also cause Triton's orbit, which is already closer to Neptune than the Moon is to Earth, to gradually decay further; predictions are that 3.6billion years from now, Triton will pass within Neptune's Roche limit. [26] This will result in either a collision with Neptune's atmosphere or the breakup of Triton, forming a new ring system similar to that found around Saturn. [26] Capture [ edit ] The Kuiper belt (green), in the Solar System's outskirts, is where Triton is thought to have originated.In the 1990s, various observations from Earth were made of the limb of Triton using the occultation of nearby stars, which indicated the presence of an atmosphere and an exotic surface. Observations in late 1997 suggest that Triton is heating up and the atmosphere has become significantly denser since Voyager 2 flew past in 1989. [48] Two types of mechanisms have been proposed for Triton's capture. To be gravitationally captured by a planet, a passing body must lose sufficient energy to be slowed down to a speed less than that required to escape. [7] An early theory of how Triton may have been slowed was by collision with another object, either one that happened to be passing by Neptune (which is unlikely), or a moon or proto-moon in orbit around Neptune (which is more likely). [7] A more recent hypothesis suggests that, before its capture, Triton was part of a binary system. When this binary encountered Neptune, it interacted in such a way that the binary dissociated, with one portion of the binary expelled, and the other, Triton, becoming bound to Neptune. This event is more likely for more massive companions. [13] This hypothesis is supported by several lines of evidence, including binaries being very common among the large Kuiper belt objects. [29] [30] The event was brief but gentle, saving Triton from collisional disruption. Events like this may have been common during the formation of Neptune, or later when it migrated outward. [13] In the second bar of the example, you can see these notes divided into two major triads, one from the root and one from the tritone note (Gb in this case).

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