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Hunting the Edge of Space: The Ever-Expanding Universe 

This program describes the most remarkable, perspective changing discoveries in the field of cosmology in the last 100 years. Each discovery was made by scientists working with a radically new telescope.

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(story) (as David Axelrod), (telescript) (as David Axelrod) | 1 more credit »

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Charles Bennett ...
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Jim Bennett ...
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Steven Deproost
Alex Filippenko ...
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Wendy L. Freedman ...
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George Ellery Hale ...
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Edwin Hubble ...
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Mario Livio ...
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Geoff Marcy ...
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Dan Maxwell
Charles Mattias 'Matt' Mountain ...
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Arno Penzias ...
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Jason Rhodes ...
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Robert Smith ...
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This program describes the most remarkable, perspective changing discoveries in the field of cosmology in the last 100 years. Each discovery was made by scientists working with a radically new telescope.

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13 April 2010 (USA)  »

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Charles Mattias 'Matt' Mountain: Telescopes are time machines. We're seeing photons that actually started their journey thirteen billion years ago and have taken that long to traverse interstellar space to us. And so you're not only looking out into space, you're looking back in time.
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