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The Lives of the stars The Edge of forever /

Pt. 1. Uses the building blocks of matter -- molecules, atoms, and subatomic particles-- to explain the anatomy of stars and how stars evolve, stabalize and die. Explains graviational effects. Pt. 2. Discusses the cultural myths of the history of the universe, including the Big Bang theory. Explains the galactic formation and the Doppler effect. Shows the Hindu theories which approximate modern scientific cosmology.

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  • "Pt. 1. Uses the building blocks of matter -- molecules, atoms, and subatomic particles-- to explain the anatomy of stars and how stars evolve, stabalize and die. Explains graviational effects. Pt. 2. Discusses the cultural myths of the history of the universe, including the Big Bang theory. Explains the galactic formation and the Doppler effect. Shows the Hindu theories which approximate modern scientific cosmology."@en
  • "Episode 9 features the life cycle of a star. Episode 10 discusses the state of our universe. Will it keep expanding?"@en
  • "With computer animation and astronomical art, stars are shown as they are born, live, and die. We witness the explosion of distant stars which make cosmic rays that produce mutations in the beings of the Earth. The origin, evolution, and fate of life on our planet is connected with the evolution of the cosmos."
  • "Carl Sagan discusses stars - their origin and nature."@en
  • "Host Carl Sagan discusses the anatomy of stars, stellar evolution, supernovae, and neutron stars."@en
  • "Using computer animation and amazing astronomical art, Sagan shows how stars are born, live, die and sometimes collapse to form neutron stars and black holes. Viewers may then visit 'the last perfect day on earth', some 5 billion years from now. Episode 10 takes viewers on an awesome trip to a time when galaxies where beginning to form. We also journey to India to explore the infinite cycles of Hindu cosmology and see how humans in this century discovered the expanding universe and its origin: The Big Bang."@en
  • "The building blocks of matter - molecules, atoms, and subatomic particles - are used to explain the anatomy of stars and how stars evolve, stabilize and die. Gravitational effects are also explained."@en
  • "A discussion of the building blocks of matter--molecules, atoms, subatomic particles--leads to an explanation of the anatomy of stars and the forces that act on stellar interiors. Stellar evolution, supernovae, and neutron stars are all dealt with. An "Alice in Wonderland" sequence is used as a playful point of reference to explain gravitational effects, from earth gravity to black holes."@en
  • "A discussion of the building blocks of matter--molecules, atoms, subatomic particles--leads to an explanation of the anatomy of stars and the forces that act on stellar interiors. Stellar evolution, supernovae, and neutron stars are all dealt with. An "Alice in Wonderland" sequence is used as a playful point of reference to explain gravitational effects, from earth gravity to black holes."

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  • "The Lives of the stars The Edge of forever /"@en
  • "The lives of the stars The edge of forever /"@en
  • "The Lives of the stars the edge of forever /"@en
  • "The lives of the stars"
  • "The lives of the stars"@en
  • "Edge of forever"@en
  • "The Lives of the stars"@en
  • "The Lives of the stars"