How the Universe Works: Season 1, Episode 3

Galaxies (10 May 2010)

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Galaxies, home to stars, planets and us, come in all shapes and sizes. Witnesses the evolution of galaxies; from clouds of cold gas floating in the voids of space 13 billion years ago, to the magnificent spirals that fill our night sky.

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Episode credited cast:
Andrew Benson ...
Himself - Phd., Theoretical Astrophysicist
T.J. Cox ...
Himself - Phd., Theoretical Astrophysicist
Andrea Ghez ...
Herself - Professor, Astronomer
Michio Kaku ...
Himself - Phd., Theoretical Physicist, City University of New York
Lawrence Krauss ...
Himself - Professor, Theoretical Physicist, Arizona State University
Dan Long ...
Himself - SDSS Operations Engineer
Jeremiah Ostriker ...
Himself - Professor, Astrophysicist
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Himself - Narrator (voice)
Suzanne Staggs ...
Herself - Professor, Physics
Michael Strauss ...
Himself - Professor, Astrophysicist
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Galaxies, home to stars, planets and us, come in all shapes and sizes. Witnesses the evolution of galaxies; from clouds of cold gas floating in the voids of space 13 billion years ago, to the magnificent spirals that fill our night sky.

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