Seeing Stars

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Around the world, a new generation of astronomers are hunting for the most mysterious objects in the universe. Young stars, black holes, even other forms of life.

They have created a dazzling new set of super-telescopes that promise to rewrite the story of the heavens.

This film follows the men and women who are pushing the limits of science and engineering in some of the most extreme environments on earth. But most strikingly of all, no-one really knows what they will find out there.

Seeing Stars, 8.7 out of 10 based on 21 ratings

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  • Anonymous

    Somewhat informative, mildly entertaining but the narration is repetitive to the point where its almost insulting, maybe made for those with A.D.D…..

  • No

    I wish there was a bit more science to it, but it’s still very humbling to see all those telescopes.

  • Homie1to

    astronomy is the 1 science with the updated technology, using the farthest behind paradigm. They are so backward that they just lie to themselves as well as us. Gravitational theory is 300 years old. Plasma cosmology i.e. the Electric Universe theory explains and is demonstratable with rigorous experiments. Our ideas about what we are seeing need changing.

  • Homie1to

    Radio telescopes do tell them whats out there, but they dont pay attention to what the data says. Space is full of energy. It’s far from empty. One must be able to understand what they are looking at, or it wont matter how sophisticated the technology being used is. With the discovery of plasma physics, it’s time for a new picture of space to be realized.