documentary featuring computer-generated imagery and computer graphics of astronomical objects in the universe plus interviews with experts who study in the fields of cosmology, astronomy, and astrophysics.
S0 E1: UFOs: The Real Deal
Based on Einstein's theories and countless scientific studies, we'll find out how these visitors might bridge the vast distances between the stars. And if they could survive such hazardous journeys, are they flesh and blood or intelligent machines?
S0 E2: Catastrophes that Changed the Planets
Explore how violent events shaped the universe, including the disaster that turned Mars into a barren and hostile desert.
S0 E3: How the Solar System Was Made
Documentary tracing the turbulent history of the Solar System, beginning with its astonishing birth from a thin cloud of dust and gas.
S0 E3: The Day The Moon Was Gone
Without the moon, the earth would be a very different and desolate place today: four hours of sunlight with pitch-black nights, steady 100mph winds spawning giant hurricanes lasting for months, and virtually no complex life forms, much less humans.
S0 E4: Death Stars
For most it is the deadly centerpiece of the film Star Wars. But in reality, real death stars are in the final stage of life before they explode into supernovae, and occassionally, the biggest blast in the universe: the gamma ray burst.
S0 E4: Worst Days on Planet Earth
Although it may seem hospitable, new discoveries reveal that Earth has experienced more chaos and destruction than scientists ever imagined.
S0 E5: Extreme Energy
Ours is a universe of energy, from powerful jets ejected from black holes to the raw nuclear fury of our Sun. But, the total amount of energy in the universe maintains perfect equilibrium no more can be added or taken away.
S0 E5: Nemesis: The Sun's Evil Twin
Experts search for a death star suspected of causing every mass extinction in history. Find out why life on Earth may depend on its discovery.
S0 E6: Crash Landing On Mars
What might happen if the first manned mission to Mars crashes hundreds of miles from the rocket that would take them back home? See what the astronauts would have to do to survive dust storms and space radiation, while gathering vital resources.
S0 E6: The Hunt For Ringed Planets
Ringed planets are breathtaking, lethal and a constant source of surprise. The stunning rings of Saturn have mesmerised countless scientists over the centuries.
S0 E7: It Fell From Space
Every year thousands of objects both natural and man-made plummet through our atmosphere and crash into the Earth. These menacing messengers from the sky provide scientists with amazing insights into the phenomena of the cosmos.�
S0 E7: God And The Universe
Since the dawn of civilization, humans have wondered how the universe was created. Religion offers a spiritual answer, but the latest discoveries in physics show evidence that the laws of physics by themselves led to the universe in which we live.
S0 E8: How Big, How Far, How Fast
Awesome analogies bring the biggest objects, farthest distances and fastest speeds down to earth. To truly understand the scale of the cosmos, we jump behind the wheel of monster trucks and scale the Golden Gate bridge.
S0 E8: Liquid Universe
On alien planets, they rain from the sky as scalding iron. They're so rare in the Universe, they almost don't exist, but these are the magical liquids of our Liquid Universe.
S0 E9: Pulsars & Quasars
Pulsars are tiny - only a few miles across - but they spin as fast as a kitchen blender and sweep the sky with beacons of radiation that make them appear to flash on and off. Quasars are at the other end of the spectrum.
S0 E9: Our Place In The Milky Way
An exploration of Earth's cosmic neighbourhood. Looking beyond the borders of our solar system, what's nearby in our galaxy? How did Earth's place in the galaxy make it the perfect place for the development of advanced life?
S0 E10: Science Fiction. Science Fact
Warp speed, transporters, wormholes and lasers are all staples of science fiction books, movies, and TV shows. But the fantastic world of tomorrow is quickly becoming the futuristic world of today.
S0 E10: The Search For Cosmic Clusters
Star Clusters are the one-stop-shopping places for learning all about the nature and variety of stars in The Universe.
S0 E12: Space Wars
From ground-based lasers to telephone pole-sized rods hurtling from space at two miles per second, and the far out weapons of the distant future, it's time to "lock and load" for Space Wars.
S3 E1: Parallel Universes
Some of the world's leading physicists believe they have found evidence proving the existence of parallel universes.
S3 E2: Light Speed
Could we ever travel faster than the speed of light?
S3 E3: Sex in Space
Discover how the extreme environments of space exploration might affect human reproduction.
S3 E4: Living in Space
Find out how realistic the space metropolises imagined in science fiction may be.
S3 E5: Stopping Armageddon
Is it only a matter of time before an asteroid hits Earth and wipes out human civilisation?
S3 E6: Another Earth
Follow the work of scientists looking for alternative Earths as they scan and map the universe.
S3 E7: Cosmic Phenomena
Discover how the sun has both helpful and harmful effects for life on Earth.
S3 E8: Deadly Comets and Meteors
Are asteroids and comets really responsible for deadly viruses and even new life on Earth?
S3 E9: Edge of Space
Low orbit is only 120 miles above Earth, but this is where most of space exploration has occurred.
S3 E10: Space Disasters
Explore the controlled explosion of launch, the fiery crucible of re-entry and everything in between to see why space flight is still a highly dangerous pursuit.
S3 E11: Strangest Things
From galaxies to black holes, discover the most bizarre and mysterious things in our universe. Plus, learn about actual alcohol clouds floating in space that are filled with organic molecules.
S3 E12: Alien Faces
How do Earth's creatures help scientists with their understanding of life in the universe?
S4 E1: 10 Ways To Destroy The Earth
In this episode, our experts cook up ten ways you could destroy the earth, including swallowing it with a microscopic black hole, blowing it up with anti-matter, hurling it into the Sun, and switching off gravity.�
S4 E2: Biggest Blasts
The Universe is full of explosions that both create and destroy. This is a countdown of 10 of the biggest, most powerful types of blasts to rock the cosmos.
S4 E3: The Day The Moon Was Gone
S4 E4: Death Stars
S4 E5: Extreme Energy
Dark Matter and Dark Energy make up 96 per cent of the Universe. Discovered only ten years ago, scientists are struggling to comprehend its unusual characteristics and answer the ultimate question; what is the fate of our Universe?
S4 E6: The Hunt For Ringed Planets
S4 E7: It Fell From Space
Is space warp-drive technology possible? Discover the array of spacecraft being designed which could see man travel through the 'final frontier'.
S4 E8: Liquid Universe
S4 E9: Pulsars & Quasars
S4 E10: Science Fiction. Science Fact
S4 E10: The Search For Cosmic Clusters
S4 E12: Space Wars
S6 E1: UFOs: The Real Deal
S6 E2: Catastrophes That Changed The Planets
S6 E3: How The Solar System Was Made
S6 E4: Worst Days On Planet Earth
S6 E5: Nemesis: The Sun's Evil Twin
S6 E6: Crash Landing On Mars
S6 E7: God And The Universe
S6 E8: How Big, How Far, How Fast
S6 E9: Our Place In The Milky Way
S6 E10: Alien Sounds
What does the Universe sound like? From the sweep of a pulsar, to the deafening roar of our boiling sun, this episode explores the undiscovered soundscapes of the solar system, the galaxy, and the entire cosmos.
S6 E11: Deep Freeze
There really are ice worlds like Hoth from Star Wars. In this episode, we explore icy planets and moons, discover the role of cold in the Universe, and learn about the importance of ice to the development of habitable worlds.
S6 E12: Microscopic Universe
Within our immense universe lies a world of tiny particles. From strange ghostly neutrinos that pass right through matter to mysterious objects like MACHOs and WIMPs, find out how this miniature world might hold the key to understanding the cosmos.
S6 E13: Ride The Comet
Hitch a ride on a comet as it roars from the cold, dark outer reaches of the solar system to the fiery surface of the Sun. Visit the surface of each planet, from mountains on the moons of Neptune, to the caves beneath Mars, and a solar tsunami.
S6 E14: When Space Changed History
Many times in human history, objects or forces from space have changed the course of life on earth. Many believe an asteroid played a role in the fall of the Roman Empire, and another asteroid might have destroyed Sodom and Gomorrah.
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