01:09 — Mind-blowing series examines the wonders of our universe. Hosted by Dr. Carl Sagan!
01:45 — Breakthroughs in technology have allowed us to use electromagnetic waves to link us at light speed to each other and to the cosmos.
00:53 — Halley's Comet last visited us in 1986.
01:02 — Follow Halley's Comet on its journey from the outer solar system all the way back to the Sun.
01:12 — Critical thinking has enabled us to expand our knowledge of the universe, but the there's still so much discover and obstacles to overcome.
01:10 — Few animals larger than 100 pounds survived the aftermath of the asteroid that killed the dinosaurs at the end of the Late Cretaceous.
01:09 — Geochemist Clair Patterson made the first accurate measurement of Earth's age and raised the alarm about dangerous levels of lead in the environment.
01:13 — Astronomer Edward Charles Pickering challenged conventions at Harvard by hiring women to map and classify stars.
00:47 — Find out what happens when the Milky Way and Andromeda Galaxies merge in several billion years.
00:55 — The genetic code is written in an alphabet consisting of only four letters, each created by a molecule made up of atoms.
00:51 — Because light travels at a finite speed, to look across space is to look back in time.
01:19 — If not for Michael Faraday, the world as we know it might not exist today.
00:39 — Neil deGrasse Tyson introduces us to Chinese philosopher Mo Tzu and his 2000-year-old movie camera.
00:32 — FOX & National Geographic Channel's COSMOS: A SPACETIME ODYSSEY has received 13 Emmy nominations.
01:51 — The everlasting impact and importance of COSMOS is discussed.
01:21 — Solar sailing is a means of exploring the galaxy that is within our grasp.
01:51 — Learn how Executive Producer/Director Ann Druyan chose which lesser-celebrated heroes to feature in Cosmos.
00:52 — Witness an explosion so large it makes a supernova look like a firecracker.
01:43 — Herschel was the first astronomer to note that by the time many stars' light reaches us, they are already dead.
01:17 — No matter which galaxy you happen to live in, when you look into the known Universe, you'll find yourself at the center.
00:23 — From the Big Bang to Present Day, the epic journey continues SUN at 9/8c.
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- Premise: A Peabody and Emmy Award-winning 13-part odyssey through the universe. As well as being informative, the documentary made science fun with the use of impressive special effects and a clear and understandable presentation of facts, enhanced by host Carl Sag… (more)