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The Universe SEASON 1
1. Secrets of the Sun
First aired: 5/29/2007
Behold the sun and all of it's glory. Learn all things about the sun ranging from its beggining to its death. Also learn about how stars work in general and MUCH MUCH more.
Writer: Douglas J. Cohen
Director: Douglas J. Cohen
Guest star: William Hartmann (Himself), Craig DeForest (Himself), Holly Gilbert (Herself), Jay M. Pasachoff (Himself), Neil DeGrasse Tyson (Himself)
First aired: 6/5/2007
Visit the planet most like Earth. There is a discussion of what life on Mars would be like and about the life forms that could've evolved there.
Writer: Tony Long
Director: Tony Long
Guest star: Dale Anderson (Himself), David McKay (II) (Himself), Andrew W. Steele (Himself), Everett Gibson (Himself), Robert Roy Britt (Himself), William Hartmann (Himself), Steve Squyers (Himself), Neil DeGrasse Tyson (Himself), Kenneth Nealson (Himself)
3. The End of the Earth: Deep Space Threats to Our Planet
First aired: 6/12/2007
Find out what is being done to prevent the end of the world from threats from outer space such as comets and asteroids. Also discussed are apocalyptic scenarios.
Writer: Laura Verklan
Director: Laura Verklan
Guest star: Marc Kamionkowski (Himself), Robert Caldwell (Himself), Rene Ong (Himself), Gibor Barsi (Himself), Stan Woosley (Himself), Donald Yeomans (Himself), Russell L. Schweickart (Himself), Marc Kamionkowski (Himself), Robert Caldwell (Himself), Gibor Barsi (Himself), Stan Woosley (Himself), Rene Ong (Himself), Donald Yeomans (Himself), Russell L. Schweickart (Himself), Neil DeGrasse Tyson (Himself), Robert Roy Britt (Himself)
First aired: 6/19/2007
Visit the largest planet in our solar system, Jupiter, with over 60 moons.
Writer: Andrew Nock, Amy Huggins
Director: Andrew Nock, Amy Huggins
Guest star: Bonnie Buratti (Herself), Margaret Kivelson (Herself), Claudia Alexander (Herself), Laura Danly (Herself), Bill Stone (Himself), Andrew Ingersoll (Himself), Kevin Baines (Himself), Robert Roy Britt (Himself), Neil DeGrasse Tyson (Himself)
5. The Moon
First aired: 6/26/2007
The moon is the subject of discussion. Learn about what the moon is made of and about moons on other planets.
Writer: Tony Long
Director: Tony Long
Guest star: Robin Canup (Herself), Amanda Hendrix (Herself), Gary Lofgren (Himself), Dana Mackenzie (Himself), Everett Gibson (Himself), William Hartmann (Himself)
6. Spaceship Earth
First aired: 7/10/2007
Take a ride through the formation of the third planet from the Sun, Earth. A survivor of one of the most violent neighborhoods in the universe, learn how earth was created and discover what creatures hold clues to how life began. What evil forces threaten the demise of Earth?
7. Inner Planets: Mercury & Venus
First aired: 7/17/2007
Scorched by their proximity to the sun, Mercury and Venus are hostile worlds; one gouged with craters from cosmic collisions and the other a vortex of sulfur, carbon dioxide and acid rain. Prime examples of planets gone awry, do they serve as a warning for ominous scenarios that might someday threaten Earth?
8. Saturn: Lord of the Rings
First aired: 7/24/2007
Are the rings of Saturn a real celestial phenomenon or merely a cosmic Illusion? Technology allows the experts to get closer to the furthest planet visible to the naked eye. Old questions are answered and new ones arise. Does Saturn hold the key to Earth's weather and will one of its moons supply us with all the oil we'll ever need?
9. Alien Galaxies
First aired: 7/31/2007
Our galaxy is 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.
10. Life and Death of a Star
First aired: 8/7/2007
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--the biggest explosions in the Universe.
11. The Outer Planets
First aired: 8/14/2007
This episode details outer lying planets and their moons. Included will be Uranus, Neptune, and Pluto. Using CGI, we will also see what alien life might look like on other worlds.
12. The Most Dangerous Place in the Universe
First aired: 8/21/2007
Take a tour of the cosmic hot zones--black holes, galaxy mergers, gamma ray bursts and magnetars. Super black holes can literally lasso Earth out of the solar system. A clash between two galaxies can result in a ritual called galactic cannibalism. Magnetars are a cosmic magnetic force so strong it could wipe out data on every credit card.
13. Search for ET
First aired: 8/28/2007
Are we alone? SETI--the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence--is a privately funded project using radio telescopes and optical telescopes to scan the stars for signals.
Writer: Tony Long
14. Beyond the Big Bang
First aired: 9/4/2007
The universe began with a massive expansion, billions and billions of years ago, and it continues to expand with every passing second. The idea that the universe, and man's very existence, began with a "Big Bang" is no longer a topic of debate among most scientists--it is essentially taken as fact.
Guest star: Neil DeGrasse Tyson (Himself)