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SCIENCE VIDEOS

  • Field Trip Oakland Zoo with Lynn Rothschild show

    Field Trip Oakland Zoo with Lynn Rothschild

    Lynn Rothschild takes us on a field trip to the Oakland Zoo to discuss the diversity of life on our planet and potentially in t...

    (06:44)
  • LIGO's Jay Marx show

    LIGO's Jay Marx

    LIGO's (Laser Interferometer Gravitational Wave Observatory) Jay Marx discusses using gravitational waves.

    (01:10)
  • Geoff Marcy on Planets show

    Geoff Marcy on Planets

    Geoff Marcy discusses looking for planets around other stars.

    (03:33)
  • LIGO's Gabiela Gonzalez show

    LIGO's Gabiela Gonzalez

    LIGO's (Laser Interferometer Gravitational Wave Observatory) Gabiela Gonzalez discusses gravitational wave astronomy.

    (01:07)
  • Meteorologist Fritz Coleman show

    Meteorologist Fritz Coleman

    Meteorologist Fritz Coleman discusses global warming.

    (01:45)
  • Bob Ballard Introduces Hercules show

    Bob Ballard Introduces Hercules

    Bob Ballard reviews some of the finer point on his Hercules ROV (Remotely Operated underwater Vehicle).

    (04:49)
  • Bob Ballard Command Control Center show

    Bob Ballard Command Control Center

    Bob Ballard takes on a tour of his mission command control center.

    (04:06)
  • Alexi Pevtsov National Solar Observatory show

    Alexi Pevtsov National Solar Observatory

    Alexi Pevtsov from the National Solar Observatory discusses studying solar activity.

    (05:47)
  • The Big Bang show

    The Big Bang

    13.7 billion years ago, our universe started with a colossal explosion called the big bang. That powerful blast created all the...

    (03:08)
  • Cosmic Impacts show

    Cosmic Impacts

    The 2004 quake in Indonesia that spawned that devastating tsunami had the energy of 100 gigatons of TNT. That’s the equivalen...

    (03:10)
  • Giant Asteroid show

    Giant Asteroid

    If a giant asteroid plowed into our planet, it would have devastating effects. The explosive power of a cosmic impact could be ...

    (03:10)
  • Supernova show

    Supernova

    The force of a massive quake. The impact of a giant asteroid. The awesome power of our sun. Each is an epic example of the raw ...

    (03:12)
  • Blowing Up The Universe Premiere show

    Blowing Up The Universe Premiere

    In the known universe, there are powerful forces at work. With the energy to create and the power to destroy. It’s the raw, e...

    (01:22)
  • Ancient Observers show

    Ancient Observers

    Bryan Penprase discusses the difference between seeing and observing.

    (00:51)
  • Ancient Mortar show

    Ancient Mortar

    Bryan Penprase discusses the uses of the ancient kivas and what was used for ancient mortar at Casa Rinconada.

    (03:13)
  • Ancient GPS show

    Ancient GPS

    Bryan Penprase discusses ancient GPS.

    (01:56)
  • Ancient Equinox show

    Ancient Equinox

    Bryan Penprase discusses the locations of the ancient equinoxes in Casa Rinconada.

    (00:45)
  • The Beginnings show

    The Beginnings

    What would happen if all the oil in the world suddenly disappeared?

    (02:58)
  • Desperate about Oil show

    Desperate about Oil

    If we had only one chance to fill up our car? One chance to return home?

    (03:02)
  • The Chaos Starts show

    The Chaos Starts

    Without oil, what would happen to our cities? Our food? Our way of life? What would happen to us?

    (02:59)