The Universe S05E08 – Dark Future of the Sun A look at the future of the Sun and what might happen to it in five billion years when it uses up its hydrogen fuel and swells into a massive red giant star (consuming our planet and killing all life — including humans if any are […]

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The Universe S05E07 – Total Eclipse A look at the movements of the Earth, the sun and the moon during solar and lunar eclipses; how humans, even if not alone in the universe, may nevertheless be the only intelligent creatures to witness solar eclipses; and how astronomers discover planets in other star systems that partially […]

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The Universe S05E06 – Asteroid Attack A look at asteroids and the impact they have or had on life now and before. Also, what spacecraft can tell us about them, what they can do to civilization, and the possibility of living on one.

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The Universe S05E05 – Secrets of the Space Probes A look at space probes, what they have done and found for us in space, and what they might do in the future, such as searching for Earth-like planets and for extraterrestrial life.

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The Universe S05E04 – Time Travel A look at time travel; how it could one day become reality; how Einstein’s theory of relativity claims it is possible, and the probable results of traveling to the future and the mind-boggling consequences of traveling to the past.

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The Universe S05E03 – Magnetic Storm A look at magnetic storms – “Solar Katrinas” created by the sun with the power of ten-thousand nuclear weapons that could cause global electrical blackouts, electronics malfunctions and communication disasters if one should hit the Earth.

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The Universe S05E02 – Mars The New Evidence The Universe S05E02 – Mars The New EvidenceA look for evidence of life on Mars which provides many clues that it now, or once had supported it; from the remains of lakes and rivers that once flowed on the surface; to the water ice frozen at the […]

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The Universe S05E01 – 7 Wonders of the Solar System A close up look at some of the most astonishing wonders of our solar system, such as the geysers of Enceladus; Saturn’s amazing rings; Jupiter’s Great Red Spot; and the heights of Olympus Mons on Mars.

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