Scientists have discovered that the universe we see is an incidental component of all there is. This program explains how dark matter and dark energy were discovered and how scientists are struggling to understand them.
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Himself - Narrator
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Dan Bauer ...
Himself - CDMS project manager and Fermilab scientist, Fermilab
Brenna Flaugher ...
Physicist & astrophysicist, Fermilab
Carlos Frenk ...
Himself - Astrophysicist
Richard Massey ...
Himself - Physicist, Royal Observatory Edinburgh
Saul Perlmutter ...
Himself - Astrophysicist
Vera C. Rubin ...
Herself - Astronomer
David Spergel ...
Himself - Theoretical astrophysicist
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Scientists have discovered that the universe we see is an incidental component of all there is. This program explains how dark matter and dark energy were discovered and how scientists are struggling to understand them.

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28 July 2010 (USA)  »

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Morgan Freeman - Narrator: Nearly three fourths of the universe is dark energy.
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