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Cosmos: A Beginner's Guide
     

Cosmos: A Beginner's Guide

 
Author and broadcaster Adam Hart-Davis hosts this informative program about the biggest questions of the universe - like how it was created, how it will progress, whether other planets can or do support intelligent life, and more. The program visits the supercollider in Geneva to discuss the Big Bang and more.

Overview

Author and broadcaster Adam Hart-Davis hosts this informative program about the biggest questions of the universe - like how it was created, how it will progress, whether other planets can or do support intelligent life, and more. The program visits the supercollider in Geneva to discuss the Big Bang and more.

Product Details

Release Date:
03/29/2011
UPC:
0054961857593
Source:
Athena
Presentation:
[Wide Screen]
Sound:
[Dolby Digital Stereo]
Time:
2:49:00
Sales rank:
84,292

Special Features

Gallery of Apollo astronauts; Plus discussion questions and a timeline of space exploration milestones at athenalearning.com

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- The Cosmos: A Beginner's Guide - Disc 1
1. Allen Telescope Array [7:31]
2. Life on Mars [8:50]
3. Alien Broadcasts [4:19]
4. Using Mathematics [4:35]
1. CERN and Hubble [6:50]
2. Dark Matter [8:14]
3. Stars on Earth [9:38]
4. Sticking Together [4:24]
1. The Very Large Telescope [6:42]
2. Clear Pictures [10:15]
3. Back in Time [6:22]
4. Gravity Waves [5:04]
Disc #2 -- The Cosmos: A Beginner's Guide - Disc 2
1. Beyond Earth's Orbit [5:25]
2. Simulating Mars [8:42]
3. Mission to Mercury [6:26]
4. Making Space Accessible [8:35]
1. Gamma Ray Bursts [7:15]
2. Supermassive Black Hole [6:17]
3. Watching the Sun [6:22]
4. Asteroids [8:51]
1. Wide Angle Search for Planets [5:21]
2. Exoplanets [7:54]
3. The Habitable Zone [6:20]
4. Saturn's Moons and Other Earths [9:33]

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