Item #: 57516
Item #: 57517
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It's the ultimate engineering project—but just how do you build a planet, a solar system, and a galaxy from scratch, and what happens if you get any part of it wrong? This exciting two-part series draws on specially filmed interviews with the world's top scientists and engineers and, starting with the raw materials of gas, dust, ice, and metal, uses stunning interactive CGI to show step-by-step how a world is put together. A cosmic construction foreman supervises each stage in the building of the Earth, the solar system, and the galaxy, but like any construction project there will be mistakes—a moon in the wrong place or there’s a little too much iron in the mix. Even minor slip-ups will have surprising consequences...out of these mistakes will come real insights into what makes our planet and our solar system exactly right for us. A BBC/Science Channel Co-production. 2-part series, 50 minutes each.
Length: 100 minutes
Copyright date: ©2013
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