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- SEASON 1 14 episodes available
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Secrets of the SunAired on May 29, 2007
Mars: The Red PlanetAired on Jun 05, 2007
The End Of The Earth: Deep Space Threats To Our PlanetAired on Jun 12, 2007
Jupiter: The Giant PlanetAired on Jun 19, 2007
Jupiter poses many questions about our solar system. It is a powerful planet of gas whose flowing colors and spots are beautiful, but contain violent storms and jet streams. A mini solar system of over sixty moons rotate around Jupiter–a half billion miles from earth. Could one of these moons contain life under its icy crust?
The MoonAired on Jun 26, 2007
The moon has comforted man for thousands of years. It’s been everything from a god to a compass, and the only cosmic body human beings have ever visited. NASA is planning to build a permanent outpost there. Discover how the moon came to be–if you don’t already know, you will be astounded.
Spaceship EarthAired on Jul 10, 2007
Mercury and Venus: The Inner PlanetsAired on Jul 17, 2007
Alien GalaxiesAired on Jul 31, 2007
Life and Death of a StarAired on Aug 07, 2007
Ignited by the power of the atom, burning with light, heat and wrath, stars are anything but peaceful. They collide, devour each other, and explode in enormous supernovas–the biggest explosions in the Universe. Using cutting-edge computer graphics, never-before-seen satellite images, and interviews with the world’s leading astronomers, take a front row seat to the most amazing light show in the cosmos.
The Outer PlanetsAired on Aug 14, 2007
New discoveries regarding the Outer Planets are creating a fundamental rethinking of our solar system. Uranus is a toxic combination of hydrogen, helium and methane. Scientists speculate that the planet was knocked on its side after colliding with another body. Neptune’s largest moon, Triton, is cold and barren, but some scientists speculate that liquid water might exist under Triton’s icy surface. If this is proven true, Triton could be the home to one of the biggest discoveries of all time. Cold and inhospitable, Pluto completes one orbit around the solar system every 248 years. Cutting-edge computer graphics are used to bring the universe down to earth to show what life would be like on other planets, and to imagine what kind of life forms might evolve in alien atmospheres.