00:23 — Neil deGrasse Tyson chases a single comet through its million-year plunge towards the sun. All-New SUN 9/8c
01:06 — Who would bury an astronomical observatory so far underground?
01:21 — Could some invisible force be responsible for accelerating the motion of the planets the closer they were to the Sun?
01:24 — A staggering two-thirds of the Earth lies beneath 1000 feet of water - an immense and largely untouched frontier.
00:23 — Get ready for an all-new COSMOS adventure!
01:31 — Newborn stars stick together for quite awhile before shedding their blankets of gas and dust and going their separate ways.
01:10 — The unseen something in the space around a magnetic bar is referred to as the magnetic field.
01:08 — Science makes it possible for us to predict certain astronomical events in the unimaginably remote future.
01:11 — If the visible cosmos is made up of the same elements, then everything - planets, galaxies, and all of us - is star stuff.
01:23 — Over a billion years ago a volcano erupted on Mars, leaving its lava to cool into solid rock.
01:09 — For the first billion years or so Venus was similar to that of a paradise.
01:51 — The COSMOS team reflects on their favorite scenes featured in the series.
00:33 — Join host Neil deGrasse Tyson in exploring the origins of life - one of the greatest unsolved mysteries of science.
01:19 — In the last 500 million years, Earth has endured five devastating mass extinctions.
02:33 — COSMOS strives to re-energize a built-in curiosity we all have about how the world works and what our place is within it.
01:43 — Meet Renaissance Italy’s Giordano Bruno, who had a spiritual epiphany about the infinite expanse of the universe.
01:21 — Seth MacFarlane and Ann Druyan introduce the host of Cosmos A Spacetime Odyssey - world renowned astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson.
02:25 — The average human radiates 100 watts, but Beyonce might just radiate a bit more, like say 500 watts?
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- Premiered: August 7, 2007
- Rating: None
- Premise: A guide to the mysteries of the universe. (more)