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- Volcanoes of the Solar System
Chris Lintott and Maggie Aderin-Pocock look at volcanoes on other planets, including gigantic extinct mountains on Mars and the possibility of continuing eruptions on Venus. The programme also explores volcanic activity on the moons of Saturn and Jupiter, examining vast plumes of sulphur and mysterious cryovolcanoes
- Playing with a Clockwork Universe
Chris Lintott and Maggie Aderin-Pocock examine how the universe changes over time in a programme broadcast from the Royal Observatory in Greenwich. Simulations reveal how the night sky looked in the past and will appear billions of years from now. Plus, a look at the latest theories on solar system evolution, revealing evidence of how gravitational forces caused the arrangement of the planets
- Cosmic Blasts
Chris Lintott and Maggie Aderin-Pocock present a report on explosions in space. They study the beautiful but potentially dangerous emissions that erupt from the Sun and also investigate gamma ray bursts, the most violent and energetic events in the universe
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