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Thursday, September 23, 2010

How the Universe Works - Supernovas

5th episode of the series - Supernovas


Have you ever wondered exactly how our Universe is put together? How is it built? And how it actually works? This is ultimate guide to the Cosmos will show as never before the inner workings of our planet, the Solar System, the galaxies and the Universe itself. This series investigates the nuts and bolts of our cosmos, exploring a whole range of fascinating celestial phenomena and how they came to be the way they are. Experts and mind-blowing CGI, take viewers under the celestial hood to tell the greatest story of all – the story of how we and everything around us began.


Part 1


Part 2


Part 3


Part 4

53 comments:

Djoni Vejn said...

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Anne on a mouse said...

everyone loves a supernova! Great post

Skutt Panda PO said...

verry beautyful image :) ty

razortek said...

cool post bro!
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David said...

Awesome info man thanks for sharing !

iMonei said...

we are so small

Potato Skinz said...

Intergalactic planetary!

ForeverAlone said...

Thanks alot for putting these ones up.

Water Proof Chicken said...

These are always so cool.

Ankiseth said...

This is an awesome series. I've always been interested in the cosmos. Thanks for posting all of these :-)

Mr. Derp said...

Fascinating stuff.

GKBLOG said...

Only watched one because it was so long. But it was good. I followed. Follow back please.

amidoinitrite? said...

I love the daily updates!

Kevorkian said...

Very interesting as always, thank you!

niceonice said...

I love this series I watched it on the science channel.

Tal Zahn said...

Another entry bookmarked for watching, haha.

Just a request, but could you perhaps put a bulk of the video embed behind a cut? I believe it's the jumpbreak command or something and the image of the button looks like a paper ripped in half.

This way when I visit your blog, it'll be a little less laggy! If you rather not, well I guess I shall have to grin and bare it, heh.

ShredGuitar said...

Nice post!

sod_roger001 said...

ah perfect...i dont have the sci fi channel here

Viperman said...

keep it up with all these videos :)

I'm loving it

Nigma said...

loading em up

Naj said...

@Tal Zahn
sure thing dude.
i never noticed it but if you say so.

Harry said...

Did you hear about when Hubble was searching for Supernova in 2006 and it found a UFO near the Aries constellation? Interesting stuff. Though not to offend the sceptics, I'll call it a "shiny object", about 8 billion light years away. It disappeared without a trace a few months after being found.

LoneIslander said...

Interesting.....

Alucard said...

love these viedos, keep um coming, always fascinated me.

Tal Zahn said...

Thanks and it only lags on my older computer, but I have to use that for my watching videos (laptop heats up if I watch too many... bleh). Thanks!

Fuuuuuuuu said...

looks like fun!

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Cynthia said...

Very interesting, as always :)

Executive said...

The universe is just a ball of gas and liquid on a turtle's back...at least according to some ancient guys.

november17 said...

interesting post

Randy Weezner said...

damn, thats intense

Trashcanman said...

these vids are awesome

Swift Love said...

I learned something from this.

Randy said...

Oh this is the last part? Really enjoyed watching most of these.

Commsky said...

Supernova's go boom... and shoot plasma everywhere 0_o

DRIFTO said...

damn.. pretty interesting

Chip said...

Great show!

Twilight Fan said...

following and showing daily love...

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The Loon said...

>_> this is too many videos man D:

ATM Withdrawal said...

Amazing!

Parallel-Reality Hero said...

Really educational post! Loved it, totally!

shirou said...

lifehackguy supports your blog..

jaredkk said...

science is power!

AdPlusCommunications said...

This is the best episode yet.

netz3r0 said...

lol oh wow i did not know that, good post! :D

MacPCharmony said...

You have a good thing going here :)

Randy Weezner said...

whats the biggest they can get?

CetaPara said...

oh yeah, the next one. :)

applecider said...

ooh we learned this in elementary and my teacher used some pretty creative visual aids

Hitman said...

interesting post!

follow back..

Swarmster said...

Showing some love and support, keep up the good work =)

Charles LeMang said...

Supernovas are incredible displays of destruction and creation.

Freshman said...

cool vid, very interesting

ChaosReaper said...

I love astronomy, awesome find!

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