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Alien Faces [electronic resource]

In this program, scientists, astrobiologists, and astronomers combine scientific fact and a little imagination to create five lines of extraterrestrial evolution and explain how creatures on the surface of Earth can offer a helping hand to understanding life on other planets.
Online
2008
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Alien Moons [electronic resource]

From the inner solar system to the Kuiper Belt, this program explore the moons of the Solar System's surrounding planets.
Online
2008
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Alien Planets [electronic resource]

Have planet-hunters finally found proof of other Earthlike worlds? This program investigates.
Online
2007
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Another Earth [electronic resource]

This program quantifies the life-sustaining conditions for a planet such as Earth. One planet among trillions, is Earth truly unique?
Online
2009
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Biggest Blasts [electronic resource]

This program catalogues the most powerful blasts in the universe, working its way up from massive meteor strikes, to supernova explosions and gamma ray bursts, to the detonation that started it all: the Big Bang.
Online
2009
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Biggest Things in Space [electronic resource]

From the Lymann Alpha blob, to radio lobes and super-galaxy clusters, to the largest black hole in space, this program introduces viewers to the most enormous objects in the cosmos.
Online
2008
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Cosmic Apocalypse [electronic resource]

The universe as we know it will eventually die. This program theorizes on the end of space, matter, and even time as it outlines the harsh and hostile possibilities of the far distant future.
Online
2008
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Cosmic Collisions [electronic resource]

Star crashes. Mass extinction-causing impacts. In this program, astronomers attempt to better understand how such collisions occur and how the universe was created.
Online
2008
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Cosmic Phenomena [electronic resource]

The Aurora Borealis and rainbows. UV radiation and cosmic rays. This program examine a variety of cosmic events that have both helped and harmed life on Earth.
Online
2009
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Dark Matter [electronic resource]

What, exactly, is dark matter? In this program, scientists theorize as they struggle to understand dark matter's unique properties.
Online
2008
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The Day the Moon Was Gone [electronic resource]

What if the Moon suddenly disappeared? This program paints a grim picture of a desolate Earth characterized by very little daylight, pitch-black nights, mega-hurricanes, and virtually no complex life.
Online
2009
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Deadly Comets and Meteors [electronic resource]

This program illustrates NASA's efforts to arm itself with the latest technology to preempt the potentially apocalyptic impacts of asteroids and comets.
Online
2008
13.

Death Stars [electronic resource]

Some explode into a supernova. Others blast out a tremendous gamma ray burst. This program focuses on death star WR104 - a direct threat to Earth? - and death star 3C321, a terrifying vision of what could one day befall the Milky Way galaxy.
Online
2009
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Deep Space Disasters [electronic resource]

This program explores the most dangerous aspects of space travel, from the controlled explosion of launch to the fiery crucible of reentry and everything in between.
Online
2008
15.

Edge of Space [electronic resource]

This program travels to LEO - low Earth orbit - for a firsthand look at the dangers that lurk there for wealthy private citizens who vacation on the International Space Station.
Online
2009
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Extreme Energy [electronic resource]

Might the powerful jets of energy ejected from black holes and the raw nuclear fury of the Sun someday be harnessed? This program investigates.
Online
2009
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Gravity [electronic resource]

This program studies gravity - the force that keeps people's feet on the ground and tethers Planet Earth to the Sun - and how science managed to discover, quantify, and overcome it.
Online
2008
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The Hunt for Ringed Planets [electronic resource]

Planetary rings contain the story of the birth of the Solar System and entire distant galaxies. This program looks at Saturn's rings and then hunts for rings around Uranus, Jupiter, Neptune, Pluto, Mars, and even Earth.
Online
2009
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It Fell From Space [electronic resource]

From space rocks crashing through houses, to cosmic boulders triggering mass extinctions, to rocket parts landing on front lawns, this program examines objects that fall from the heavens.
Online
2009
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Jupiter [electronic resource]: The Giant Planet

This program visits the largest planet in the Solar System: Jupiter, with its more than 60 moons.
Online
2007