NOVA: Season 37 (2010)

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Air date: Oct 6, 2009

Part 1 of 2. A dramatization of the dilemma Darwin (Henry Ian Cusick) faced when, after honing his theory of evolution, he learned in 1858 that naturalist Alfred Wallace was preparing to beat him to the punch. To come forward would upset the Church and his wife Emma (Frances O'Connor), who believed the creation story but felt that to not come forward would relegate his life's work to the ashbin of history.

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Air date: Oct 6, 2009

Conclusion. A dramatization of the dilemma Charles Darwin (Henry Ian Cusick) faced when, after years honing his theory of evolution, he learned in 1858 that naturalist Alfred Wallace was preparing to beat him to the punch. To come forward would upset the Church and his wife Emma (Frances O'Connor), who believed the creation story, but to not come forward would relegate his life's work to the ashbin of history.

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Air date: Oct 13, 2009

This documentary from the long-running Nova series follows the story of the scientists and astronauts who came together to save the legendary Hubble space telescope -- a vital tool in the realm of space research -- which found itself foundering and in need of a near miracle from the scientific community to keep it operational.

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Air date: Oct 20, 2009

This documentary from the long-running Nova series follows reptile expert Dr. Eric Pianka as he takes a fascinating look at the strange, beautiful, and surprisingly intelligent monitor lizards that inhabit some of the harshest areas of the Australian continent.

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Air date: Nov 3, 2009

NOVA explores fresh clues about our earliest ancestors in Africa, including the stunning fossil nicknamed "Lucy's Child." These three-million-year-old bones from Ethiopia reveal humanity's oldest and most telltale trait. Part 1 of 3. TV

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Air date: Nov 10, 2009

NOVA "Becoming Human" tackles the mysteries of how our ancestors managed to survive in a savannah teeming with vicious predators. Part 2 of 3.

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Air date: Apr 6, 2010

Part 1 of 2 on how the telescope revolutionized the understanding of the universe. This installment highlights today's powerful telescopes, which reveal the universe in astonishing detail.

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Air date: Apr 13, 2010

Conclusion. An investigation of the universe's distant past, made possible by powerful telescopes that can peer into the recesses of the cosmos. Also: telescopes that are focusing on invisible aspects of space---dark matter and dark energy.

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Air date: Dec 29, 2009

Discover the secrets of an emerging science affectionately dubbed "evo devo" as the answer-seekers at NOVA explore the secrets of evolution. Our planet is home to a staggering number of thriving species. Back in the 19th Century, Charles Darwin's theory of natural selection helped explain how many of Earth's most resilient creatures adapted and evolved over the centuries. Unfortunately, it also raised countless questions, confusing even our most brilliant scientists. Beginning on the Galapagos Islands and venturing into the frozen heart of the Arctic, the NOVA crew watches as scientists use genetics to find out just how many of Darwin's radical theories still hold water today.

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Air date: Jan 4, 2010

Plunge beneath the waters of Pearl Harbor with NOVA on a journey to investigate the sinking of the USS Arizona. After decades of believing the Arizona was sunk by Japanese bombers, researches now speculate that Japanese midget subs could be to blame for the tragedy. In that incident alone, over 1,000 servicemen perished. By exploring the ocean floor, investigators uncover the wreckage of a two-man Japanese submarine they believe may have fired that fateful torpedo. Additional aerial photos and interviews with U.S. and Japanese veterans offer an intensely personal take on the event that plunged the U.S. directly into the fray of World War II.

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