Runaway Universe - presents the dramatic quest to unlock the secrets of the stars as two rival astronomy teams search for exploding stars, map gigantic cosmic patterns of galaxies, and grapple with the ultimate question: what is the fate of the universe? With the use of stunning three-dimensional cosmic simulations captured with revolutionary high-definition technology, NOVA presents the first attempt to explore the riddle of “dark energy”- the mysterious repulsive force that some scientists believe counteracts gravity. How big is the universe? What does a supernova look like? Was Einstein’s greatest blunder actually correct? Explore these questions and other fascinating mysteries of the universe with this thrilling intergalactic adventure.
BBC - The Big Bang Machine (2008)
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Professor Brian Cox visits Geneva to take a look around Cern’s Large Hadron Collider before this vast, 27km long machine is sealed-off and the experiment to create the simulation of a black hole begins.
PBS Nova: Welcome To Mars (2005)
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Take an astounding look at the red planet in this interplanetary adventure that picks up where the acclaimed film Mars Dead or Alive loft off. From the white knuckle landings of the mars rovers Sprint and opportunity through months of frustrating setbacks and elating discoveries welcome to mars captures the gripping drama and the breathtaking images of the most significant mission events.Mission control and its two robotic explores face a daunting task find proof that liquid water the essential ingredient of life of life once existed on Mars just days into the mission euphoria turns to despair as Spirit suddenly stops communicating with NASA. With the mission on the line restoring communications with the rover becomes a never-shredding ordeal before the problem is solved. Then opportunity serendipitously lands near a scientifically valuable rock outcrop that provides crucial evidence allowing NASA to announce solid proof that Mars was once awash in water.Through unprecedented access welcome to mars presents a compelling inside story of triumph technical ingenuity and emotional drama packed with stunning images from an alien world.
BBC - The Sky at Night - Galaxy Zoo (2008)
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Sir Patrick Moore and Dr Chris Lintott look at the Galaxy Zoo project, a website which sorts the galaxies of the Universe into spirals and ellipticals.
Hanny van Arkel talks to Sir Patrick about how she discovered a new type of astronomical object, from now on called a Voorwerp (dutch for Object), when she innocently asked what that blue blob was beneath a spiral galaxy. After further studying, the best theory seems to be it’s the light from an expired black hole bouncing off a big gasseous galaxy, but time has been reserved on the Hubble telescope after repairs are done to have a closer look.
BBC - The Sun (2006)
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This exclusive BBC documentary accompanies the golden ball of fire from it’s origin as a cold gas cloud to it’s end as a red giant.
Unreachable, unimaginably hot and yet ever present. The sun is the source of all life on earth. It’s little wonder many cultures still revere it as a deity. For 4.5 billion years the sun rises every morning on the horizon. But what do we really know about the heavenly ball of fire which provides us with light and warmth? This movie shows with impressive pictures the thrilling story of the creation of the sun, it’s influence on our well-being, and how we could use it’s power to change the future on earth dramatically.
The sun is the center of our universe and our calendar. The life-giver brightens our sky, provides us with light, warmth and nourishment. Yet the star itself is a very inhospitable place. At a surface temperature of 5.700 degree Celsius we have to be grateful that the sun is 150 million kilometers away from earth. But even at this distance it influences our lives more than we often care to imagine. Even in the age of electrical light the change from day to night remains obvious. But why are we so depressed when the sun doesn’t reach us directly once in a while? Physicists have long since proved that depression is more likely to occur in winter than in summer. The culprit is very unlikely the cold of winter but rather the scarce natural light.
The activities of sunspots and cosmic weather often remain hidden to humans. Yet Galileo Galilei already documented the motion of the darker, colder spots on the surface of the sun. But their meaning was only discovered much later. In the middle of the 17th century the surface of the sun entered a phase where it remained completely free of sunspots. This in turn caused the last prolonged cold period in the northern hemisphere: the “miniature ice-age”. Temperatures only fell by one to two degrees - but the distribution of polar pack ice obliterated entire viking settlements and caused the population of Iceland to go back by half. Why this was the case hasn’t been revealed to the present day.
Though in the meantime another spectacle of the inconceivable solar forces is being observed: eruptions on the surface. Once the magnetic fields of of sunspots explode they fling billions of tons of plasma into space. These mighty gas-fountains often reach earth days later where the magnetic field of the earth blocks them to the greatest possible extent. Observable consequences of the impacts are polar lights, migratory birds which have lost their sense of orientation and stranded whales. Can humans use the unbelievable powers of the sun to avert a energy crisis and global warming?
Did you know…
… every chemical element leaves it’s signature in sunlight?
Elements absorb different wavelengths of light which become visible as spectral lines. Separated into it’s colors the light reveals the chemical composition of the sun like a bar-code.
The Sun is a 1 million km wide ball of burning gas. So be prepared for the best firework show you have ever seen!
Solar flares - Variations in the Sun’s magnetic field cause huge jets or loops of stellar material to shoot out into space.
Solar wind - Solar flares can be accompanied by dense clouds of electrically charged particles, travelling at around 450km per second. When they reach Earth, they can affect communications satellites.
PBS Nova: Magnetic Storm (2003)
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What is weakening Earth’s invisible shield? Magnets have the power to attract and repel—sometimes on a massive scale. The Earth’s molten core—a violent mix of searing heat, crushing pressure, and a billion trillion tons of liquid iron—creates an invisible shield that surrounds the globe, guarding against a constant barrage of deadly radiation from space. But over the last few decades, the Earth’s magnetic field has weakened dramatically, intriguing scientists across the globe.
The power generated 2000 miles beneath our feet protects us every day, but the loss of Earth’s magnetic field is a brewing storm that affects us all. While experts research and debate, persistent questions remain. Is a rare geomagnetic reversal the cause of earth’s inner turmoil? And if the magnetic field were to vanish altogether, would Earth become as lifeless as Mars?
Travel from Hawaii’s molten lava flows to the mountains of Oregon and into the far reaches of outer space for a charged look at Earth’s magnetic history and potentially deadly future.
PBS Nova: Death of a Star
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Why do stars explode and how is the energy generated? What is the effect of all those little “aftermath” particles floating through space? Nova: Death of a Star is a 60-minute science documentary that explores rare astronomical events in all their dimensions. The film features the 1987 explosion of a supernova — first observed by a Canadian astronomer in Chile — and discusses its impact on the universe. Witness the celestial phenomena that baffles the scientific community as you travel from South America to Japan to Cleveland. A discussion of supernova neutrinos is a special highlight of the tape. ~ Kathleen Wildasin, All Movie Guide
BBC - The Cosmos: A Beginner’s Guide [Complete Set] (2007)
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It’s the story of everything - from the first microseconds of our universe to the exciting future of first contact and homes beyond our Earth. Join Adam Hart-Davis, Janet Sumner and Maggie Aderin for a journey around the planet to discover the latest thinking about the Cosmos.
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Some of the world's leading physicists believe they have found startling new evidence showing the existence of universes other than our own. One possibility is that the universe is so vast that an exact replica of our Solar System, our planet and ourselves exists many times over. These Doppelganger Universes exist within our own Universe; in what scientist now call "The Multiverse."
Today, trailblazing experiments by state of the art particle colliders are looking for evidence of higher dimensions and Parallel Universes. If proof is found, it will change our lives, our minds, our planet, our science and our universe.
According to the laws of physics we can never travel faster than the speed of light…or can we? Light speed allows us to see things instantly here on Earth, and shows us the entire history of the universe going back nearly 14 billion years. Learn all about light speed, the ultimate constant in the universe and discover ways scientists envision breaking the “light barrier” which may be the only way the star travel of our imaginations ever comes to reality.
As man moves to colonize the cosmos, the realities of sexual relationships and reproduction need to be addressed. Probe the physiological, psychological and cultural challenges of sex in space. From the sex act
through birth, look at how the extreme environments of space exploration might effect copulation, conception and developing human tissues, as well as how issues around sex might impact the emotional lives of astronauts. Get to the bottom of the rumors to find out if space sex has already happened, and look at how the burgeoning space tourism business may soon lead to a boom in space sex.
They soar through the heavens, fly through the oceans and glide along land. But these are not creatures found on a wildlife safari. These are life forms from another planet. Armed with scientific fact and a little imagination, experts come together to take you on an unprecedented journey to the edges of our imagination.
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Episode Summary: Edge of Space
The majority of space has occurred in Low Earth Orbit, around 120 miles above sea level. For a cool $20 million, any person can take a ride on the International Space Station, around the 1,100 mile band around Earth. Commercial prospects for LEO are huge, there are big dangers lurking for anyone interested in traveling this way, such as radiation, , cosmic rays, and space debris numbering in the thousands threaten any spacecraft traveling in orbit. It’s a new frontier and maybe the final frontier, and the possibilities are endless if you are willing to travel to the edge of space exploration.
Episode Summary: Cosmic Phenomena
There have been both helpful and harmful effects on life on Earth from cosmic effects. Cosmic Phenomena includes the beauty of the Aurora Borealis and rainbows to the dangers of UV radiation and cosmic rays, from the miracle of photosynthesis to the thrill of a meteor shower as we explore the effects caused by the sun and other extra-solar sources, which can get under our skin and scramble man’s technology, make life possible and be a threat to our existence all at once.
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