The Universe (2007– )
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Most Dangerous Places 

Scientist describe the current understanding of exotic stars; magnetars, black holes and quasars with an obsession about how they would kill you. Galaxy collisions are simulated.

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Laura Verklan

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Laura Verklan
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Erik Thompson Erik Thompson ... Himself - Narrator (voice)
Feryal Ozel Feryal Ozel ... Herself - University of Arizona
Clifford V. Johnson ... Himself - Univ. of Southern California (as Clifford Johnson)
Brian Cameron Brian Cameron ... Himself - CalTech (as P. Brian Cameron)
Andrew J.S. Hamilton Andrew J.S. Hamilton ... Himself - Univ. of Colorado, Boulder
Andrea Ghez Andrea Ghez ... Herself - Univ. of California, Los Angeles
Joshua Barnes Joshua Barnes ... Himself - University of Hawai'i (as Joshua E. Barnes)
Glenn Piner Glenn Piner ... Himself - Whittier College
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Scientist describe the current understanding of exotic stars; magnetars, black holes and quasars with an obsession about how they would kill you. Galaxy collisions are simulated.

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21 August 2007 (USA) See more »

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Flight 33 Productions See more »
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Magnetars, Black Holes, Quasars and Blazers!!!
20 April 2019 | by elo-equipamentosSee all my reviews

Taking ahead the knowledge of the universe this one concern the deadly spots which we must avoid, firstly the Magnetars a sort of supernova that lost 90% his mass and became in a small nucleus that irradiate X-Rays and Gamma rays, quite often it going to blow up, as was recorded by scientist in 2004 on first time, another dangerous place are the invisible Black Holes, why they are fully invisible? Because in space all photograph or images grasped by Hubble or Earth's super telescopic are received in black & white, so those places are perceived by the unusual movements of the nearby stars, the Scientist's community believe that all Galaxies's core there are a huge Black Hole, and finale this doc talk about the Quasars and Blazars a kind of Supernova, but in a large proportions and they eject in both side a powerful light beams for countless length, some places as named above weren't still understood by the scientist properly, in fact they are just beginning!!!

Resume: First watch: 2019 / How many: 1 / Source: DVD / Rating: 7.5


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