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From Here to Infinity: The Ultimate Voyage (1994)

A voyage from Earth to the edge of the universe.





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There are more stars in the sky than grains of sand in all the beaches and deserts of Earth. This documentary uses computer graphics and deep-space photographs to explore the 'macro' universe beyond planet Earth. Leaving Earth orbit, we pass by the outer planets Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Neptune, and Pluto/Charon. We then pass through the Oort Cloud, reservoir of comets, which extends up to 2 light-years from the Sun. Our Sun's nearest stellar neighbors Proxima and Alpha Centauri are next, but there is probably no life there. After a discussion of SETI (Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence), we head for the star Geminga. Now a rapidly-spinning pulsar, about 342,000 years B.C. it was a supernova 50 light years from Earth, visible in our day sky. In the constellation Orion, Betelgeuse may become a supernova soon. We see new stars being born in the Orion "star nursery" nebula. Moving on to the center of our galaxy, we enter a worm hole to the Andromeda Galaxy. Andromeda, along with our ... Written by yortsnave

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Join Patrick Stewart for a wondrous voyage through man's final frontier.





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A must own video for anybody who has ever looked at the sky
27 May 2002 | by (Las Vegas, NV) – See all my reviews

From Here to Infinity is a voyage that takes the viewer to the very edge of the known Universe. It is actually a long form music video to which Patrick Stewart's considerable presence as host and narrator, gives life and meaning. When originally released, this title won Best Video of the Year Awards from TV Guide and Billboard Magazine. It's Director, Don Barrett, has also received three Best Video awards from the American Film Institute. His 1990 documentary, The Voyager Odyssey is listed as the 6th Best Documentary in "The Greatest Movies Ever Made" published by aol Time-Life Warner.

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