Brian Cox in Wonders of the Solar System: Empire of the Sun.
The fifth and final episode of BBC’s Wonders of the Solar System is now available for your downloading convenience. In this episode, Professor Brian Cox investigates how organisms live in the extreme conditions on Earth and how astrobiologists are looking for life on other worlds. This is truly fascinating and a very insightful look into the limits of life. And I’m not just saying that because they show Brian Cox in a wetsuit. I’m not. Click through to download.
Note: the file is a .divx file. If you have trouble viewing it, make sure your DivX codec is up to date (it’s a free download) or support free open-source software by downloading something such as VLC or Perian.
Brian Cox gives us a little lesson in planetary geophysics in Wonders of the Solar System: Dead or Alive.
Tonight’s the night, America. Tonight the Science Channel begins airing the fantastic and groundbreaking BBC series Wonders of the Solar System in the U.S. for the first time. The show is hosted by
reanimated Carl SaganProfessor Brian Cox, who clearly and eloquently explains some of the most magnificent wonders in our universe. He’s also British.
Cheers, and don’t miss this brilliant fantastic awesome show if you’ve yet to see it!
Anyone that’s interested and able should check this out.
I know I’ve been a bit MIA lately, sorry folks. I just moved into a new place so I’ve been a bit busy with that and plus we don’t have internet. THE HORROR. But HEY! GUESS WHAT? WONDERS OF THE SOLAR SYSTEM IS ON TONIGHT!! This episode is called “The Thin Blue Line” and is about the atmospheres of the planets and moons in our solar system, including our own. Remember: Science Channel, tonight, 9 PM Eastern. Can’t watch? Check upcoming airtimes for the show here. Still can’t watch? Download it here.
Don’t miss this one. Not only is it magnificent, it’s also Brian Cox’s favorite!