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2016 | 2011

3 items from 2016


Science Channel to Broadcast Live as the Rosetta Probe Crashes into a Comet

29 September 2016 11:48 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Akin to a science fiction blockbuster, the Rosetta spacecraft has traveled over four billion miles to try and achieve what no other ship has ever done: catch a comet. In 2014 Rosetta caught up with its quarry and now, only 62 miles apart and at the end of its mission, Rosetta will collide comet 67P as it enters our inner solar system. The final stages of the mission will be showcased in the Science Channel documentary “Death on a Comet: The Rosetta Mission.”

Read More: President Obama to Present Segments for Science Channel Network’s Nightly News Coverage

Rosetta’s first contact with comet 67P was broadcast on the Science Channel’s “Landing on a Comet: Rosetta Mission.” In 2014, the Philae probe sent to land on the comet was lost, but recently discovered, and its reemergence has provided scientists with a wealth of information about comets.

Read More: Nerdist’s Kyle Hill »

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Science Channel to Broadcast Live as the Rosetta Probe Crashes into a Comet

29 September 2016 11:48 AM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

Akin to a science fiction blockbuster, the Rosetta spacecraft has traveled over four billion miles to try and achieve what no other ship has ever done: catch a comet. In 2014 Rosetta caught up with its quarry and now, only 62 miles apart and at the end of its mission, Rosetta will collide comet 67P as it enters our inner solar system. The final stages of the mission will be showcased in the Science Channel documentary “Death on a Comet: The Rosetta Mission.”

Read More: President Obama to Present Segments for Science Channel Network’s Nightly News Coverage

Rosetta’s first contact with comet 67P was broadcast on the Science Channel’s “Landing on a Comet: Rosetta Mission.” In 2014, the Philae probe sent to land on the comet was lost, but recently discovered, and its reemergence has provided scientists with a wealth of information about comets.

Read More: Nerdist’s Kyle Hill »

- Zipporah Smith

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Monsters Inside Me: Animal Planet Series Returns in October

19 September 2016 11:04 AM, PDT | TVSeriesFinale.com | See recent TVSeriesFinale news »

Monsters Inside Me is coming back to Animal Planet. The network announced the return of the series last week, and fans of the series do not have long to wait.Monsters Inside Me will return on October 6. Find out more about the season ahead from the press release below:Forget scorpions, snakes and spiders; the new season of Animal Planet's Monsters Inside Me is what will keep you up at night. The frightening-fan-favorite series returns Thursday, October 6 at 10 Pm Et/Pt with cases that are truly the stuff of nightmares. Biologist Dr. Dan Riskin is back as host and provides scientific perspective on the terrors plaguing these unsuspecting victims.The new season kicks off with a special episode looking back at three of the craziest cases that have stumped viewers. The shocking stories continue with 15 new cases »

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