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Retrace the story of the amazing Hubble Space Telescope using state-of-the-art computer animation and spellbinding photographs taken directly from the orbiting Hubble Space Telescope.
Then sit back as it is explained, in glorious detail and colour, the story of the telescope and what it’s shown us over the last 400 years. Contains large amounts of previously unpublished footage and 3D animation of superb quality making a stunning backdrop throughout the film.
This 80 min DVD presents some of the most fascinating facts about our universe that Hubble has uncovered, and even explains things like wormholes, black holes and event horizons! Special features include a plasma screen saver, the O.S.T. CD, educational material, technical notation, photo gallery etc.
If asked to name the invention that has done most to change the way we think about our Universe, what would you say? Undoubtedly it is the telescope.
Four hundred years ago when Galileo first turned his homemade arrangement on the heavens his discovery rocked the scientific world. Imagine what Galileo would think if he could see the telescopes of the modern day and the mind-blowing sights that astronomers can see now.
Through words and a wealth of stunning photographs, computer animations and great illustrations, they tell the fascinating story of the telescope from its invention in the early 1600s to the high-tech telescopes of the near future.
The images and animations in this video are simply stunning! A great tool for the budding astronomer or anyone keen enough to wonder about the Universe.
This follows on from the previous DVD ‘Eyes on the Skies.’ Panoramic visuals, cutting-edge technologies and beautifully photographed, the DVD is a visually stunning chronicle of the history of the telescope from the time of Galileo, its profound impact upon the science of astronomy, and how both have shaped the way we view ourselves in the midst of this infinite universe of space and time.
The producers spared no expense to research the best images to write the story of the past and the future of astronomy, and our ever-changing perception of the cosmos.
Today’s leading astronomers explain the latest discoveries in space, including startling new ideas about life on other planets and mysterious dark energy that is accelerating the expansion of the universe.
Looks at 50 years of Spaceflight including early launches, the Apollo Program, Space Shuttle and International Space Station. Now in Widescreen 16:9. DVD contains about nine programs, around two hours length.
1. NASA 50 years 2. Project Mercury 3. Gemini 4. Apollo 11 5. Apollo Highlights 6. Skylab‑ Astronaut activity 7. Space Shuttle 8. International Space Station. 9. Future Missions
Extras: Astronauts’ slideshow, Earth from Space, Mars Rovers.
124 minutes total
Solar System News
Covers each of the planets, with the latest news about space probes sent to explore them. Now in Widescreen 16:9. DVD contains about nine programs, around two hours length.
1. Introduction/ Summary 2. Mercury (Messenger) 3. Venus (Express) 4. Earth and Moon 5. Mars (Rovers & Orbiters) 6. Jupiter (Galileo) 7. Saturn (Cassini) 8. Uranus (Voyager 2) 9. Neptune (Voyager 2)
Extras: Sun, Asteroids, Comets, Dwarf Planets and Trailers.
Universe News 2011
A series of Video highlights from Hubble and ESA featuring the latest news about the Cosmos. Now in Widescreen 16:9. DVD contains about nine programs, around two hours length.
1. Stars (introduction) 2. Star Birth (Nebulae) 3. Star Death 4. Star Clusters 5. Exoplanets 6. Galaxies 7. Galaxy Clusters 8 . The Cosmos 9. The Night Sky
Extras: Best of Hubble and Outback Sky (with music only)
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