The Universe: Season 1 (2007)


Season 1
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Air date: May 29, 2007

Behold the sun and all of it's glory. Learn all things about the sun ranging from its beginning to its death. Also learn about how stars work in general.

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Air date: Jun 5, 2007

NASA orbiters and rovers mapping Mars' surface may have revealed the possibility of finding life on the planet.

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Air date: Jun 12, 2007

Asteroids, comets, gamma ray bursts and the sun all combine to make the Earth a dangerous place to live.NASA's top brass and other scientists are arming themselves with the latest technology to preempt an apocalyptic attack.

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Air date: Jun 19, 2007

Famous for its red spot, Jupiter is the biggest planet in the solar system. Scientists discuss whether life could survive the swirling storms of hydrogen and helium on this gas giant.

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Air date: Jun 26, 2007

Find out how the Earth's satellite came to be. From a god, to a compass to NASA's space exploration, its use has changed throughout history.

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Air date: Jul 10, 2007

Bombarded with asteroids and comets, Earth survives in a violent solar system. A study of creatures that hold clues to how life began and where the water on our planet came from.

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Air date: Jul 17, 2007

Scorched by the sun, Mercury and Venus are hostile worlds, one gouged with craters from cosmic collisions and the other a vortex of sulphur and acid rain.

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Air date: Jul 24, 2007

With its famous rings, Saturn is the most distant planet visible from Earth to the naked eye. How did the rings get there and what secrets does Saturn hide?

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Air date: Jul 31, 2007

Our galaxy is just one of hundreds of billions in the universe. View of universe through the Hubble telescope and go back almost all the way to the Big Bang.

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Air date: Aug 7, 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.

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Erik Thompson
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Audience Reviews for The Universe: Season 1

  • Jul 18, 2020
    So, from the romans and Julius Caesar to Christopher Columbus there were no explorations?! Is that what you are telling me?
  • Oct 04, 2019
    This is a wonderful series if you're looking to become more informed on the history and mechanics of the universe. From exploring planetary bodies on an individual basis to exploring universal phenomena, this series offers a comprehensive and engaging look at the universe.

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