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Cosmos. / Disc six

Author: Carl SaganAnn DruyanSteven SoterAdrian MaloneCarl Sagan Productions.All authors
Publisher: Studio City, CA : Cosmos Studios, ©2000.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : English : Digitally re-mastered, restored and enhanced versionView all editions and formats
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In a 13 part series Carl Sagan discusses the relationship between man and the universe. Part 10: Leads viewers on awesome trips -- to a time when galaxies were beginning to form, to India to explore the infinite cycles of Hindu cosmology, and to show how humans of this century discovered the expanding universe and its origin in the Big Bang. Concludes with a visit to 17 telescopes probing the furthest reaches of  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Educational videos
Observations
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Carl Sagan; Ann Druyan; Steven Soter; Adrian Malone; Carl Sagan Productions.; Cosmos Studios.
ISBN: 0970351119 9780970351111
OCLC Number: 47958507
Language Note: English soundtrack with subtitles available in French, Italian, German, Spanish, Mandarin, Japanese and English.
Notes: Based on the 1989 television series: Cosmos.
Credits: Series director-executive producer, Adrian Malone ; writers, Carl Sagan, Ann Druyan, Steven Soter. For restored version: executive producer, Ann Druyan ; co-executive producer, Joe Firmage ; producer, Kent Gibson ; writers, Ann Druyan, Steven Soter.
Description: 1 videodisc (120 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD.
Contents: The edge of forever (60 min.) --
The persistence of memory (60 min.).
Other Titles: Cosmos (Television program)
Edge of forever.
Persistence of memory.
Responsibility: Carl Sagan Productions, Inc.

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In a 13 part series Carl Sagan discusses the relationship between man and the universe. Part 10: Leads viewers on awesome trips -- to a time when galaxies were beginning to form, to India to explore the infinite cycles of Hindu cosmology, and to show how humans of this century discovered the expanding universe and its origin in the Big Bang. Concludes with a visit to 17 telescopes probing the furthest reaches of space in New Mexico. Part 11: The brain is the focus of this fascinating portion as viewers wind through the maze of the human brain to witness the architecture of thoughts. Presents how genes, brains and books store the information necessary to human survival.

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