Season 29, Episode 10 Death Star
First Aired: January 8, 2002
Chronicling the search for the cause of gamma-ray bursts caused by what narrator Stacy Keach calls “the most powerful explosions since the Big Bang.” The search took more than three decades (“no one theory ever made complete sense,” Keach says), and with the final answer comes a chilling question that the hour ponders: What would happen if a similar explosion were to occur in our galaxy?
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