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Brian Cox: Life of a Universe

Live of a Universe is a two-part documentary series by physicist Brian Cox. Cox filmed this special whilst on tour in Australia speaking to audiences and scientists about two fundamental questions how did the universe begin and how will it end? In the last decade, we have been able to probe these ideas in unprecedented detail, this is the story of our scientific quest to understand the origin of

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Space Race

Space Race is a four-part documentary drama series that was released by the BBC in 2005. It chronicles the major events and characters involved in the historic space race that occurred between the Soviets and Americans during the cold war. It was a race to see who could be the first to put a man on the Moon. Focusing on the Soviet chief rocket engineer Sergei Korolev, and his American counterpart

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How to See a Black Hole: The Universe’s Greatest Mystery

Of all the wonders in our cosmos, one object has remained hidden to the greatest scientific minds, that being a black hole. A region of space where the pull of gravity is so powerful that nothing at all can escape if it passes the event horizon. This is a specific limit that surrounds a black hole, it separates what is inside and what is outside. Once anything crosses that boundary, it is gone fo

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UFO Cults: Heaven’s Gate

The Heaven's Gate incident revealed that people will go to extreme lengths in the name of their belief. and the approach of the Millenium only fanned the flames of a curious phenomenon, UFO cults. A synthesis of mainstream religion and cutting-edge science fiction. The belief in these technological angels comes from a long history of mankind's faith in a divine plan for the universe.The emer

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50 Years of Exploration: The Golden Anniversary of NASA

In less than a century America has progressed from the sandy hills of Kitty Hawk along the Atlantic coast into the vast new ocean of space. They journey has been difficult and dangerous but it has also been extremely rewarding, giving us a better understanding of our home planet, solar system and the universe as a whole.Although humans have dreamed of sailing outward from the planet Earth for

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Into The Unknown

Into the Unknown gives us some first hand insight as to the effort that went into building NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope. A telescope which is simply revolutionary, measuring in at being 100 times more powerful and the scientific successor to the Hubble Telescope.The telescope itself is scheduled to be launched March 30, 2021, it will reveal a universe we have never seen before and is pois

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Apollo 17: The Last Men on the Moon

On the 25th of May 1961, President John F. Kennedy of the United States of America committed the resources of his nation and launched project Apollo, the greatest technological undertaking in the history of mankind.This was the race to space, an effort to beat the Russians and the enthusiasm was absolutely tremendous. People were glued to their televisions it was a transformative event in huma

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Naked Science: Deadliest Planets

In the future humanity may leave the Earth behind and search for a new home in space, but where exactly? Our solar system is a dangerous place. There are fiery volcanic worlds, planets with 1400 mile an hour winds, clouds of deadly acid and temperatures hot enough to melt lead. Among these violent worlds, are there planets where we could one day live?We are on a voyage to find out, to explore

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Aliens: Are We Alone?

If you look up at the nights sky you will see billions of stars, you can't help but wonder that surely somewhere in that vastness other life must exist. Now scientists are closer than ever to finding the answer thanks to Kepler Space Telescope. Kepler is the most powerful planet hunter ever built and it is making astonishing discoveries.The sheer number of plants that are out there has taken t

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