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Designed to introduce key earth science concepts, this series also gives an overview of the interactions of life on earth and our planet's place in the universe. Combining striking video and photos with dazzling special effects and computer simulations, these programs will excite and educate students about the cosmos in which they live.

Powerful weather and the water cycle's part in it are explored together in this production. The cycle often results in warm and cold air masses battling against each other along boundaries or fronts. These fronts moving around the globe are exacerbated by the jet streams of wind currents ...
Experience the cosmic wonder of a universe expanding at phenomenal rates, as discovered by Edwin Hubble in the 1920's. Be dazzled by the Hubble Space Telescope's sighting of an incomprehensible number of clustered galaxies throughout the cosmos. This awe-inspiring view of astronomy is put in ...
Experience the world of plants as the essential foundation of life on earth. Their beauty is shown, as are their functions, such as providing food, clothing, and shelter. Stop-motion and time-lapse cinematography clearly and amazingly reveal how seeds are formed, the myriad ways that they ...
Find out why the solid-seeming earth is actually a changing body, constantly destroying and rebuilding itself. Tectonic plates' movements are clearly demonstrated as the source of these alterations through exciting live-action and computer graphic images. Viewers learn how ...
Severe weather's sources are the same as those for all weather patterns. The sun's energy, along with the earth's rotation, is demonstrated graphically as the driving force behind circular wind motion. When this motion combines with the water cycle, different air pressure and ...
Retracing the Voyager spacecrafts' journeys, visit the distant, gaseous planets Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, and the many rings and moons newly discovered on these incredible flybys. Viewers will be swept along by dazzling images from live-action and computer-generated ...
Often seen as a cautionary tale about the hubris of modern civilization, the Titanic's tragedy is also that of the architect who knew he had failed when he went down with his ship. This program emphasizes the disparity of the ship's elegance as she left on her maiden voyage and her ...
In order for viewers to grasp the size of Earth's galaxy, this program first lays out the concept of light years. Comparisons with earthly time frames helps viewers understand that the light from distant stars is actually elapsed cosmic time. Galaxies are composed of billions of stars ...
Why is the southern Middle West of the United States particularly prone to tornadoes? In spring, the collisions of still-frigid winds from Canada with the warm upwelling breezes from the Gulf of Mexico create thunderstorms. If these collisions accelerate, supercells of even ...
The linear chain of volcanoes around the Pacific Ocean is called the "Ring of Fire." Expanding upon the theory of plate tectonics, this program uses live-action and computer-graphic images to show how plates constantly collide or pull apart, causing molten rock beneath the surface to well up from ...
This program will help viewers grasp the significance of water as never before. Without this bond of three atoms, life, in its current form, would not exist. Water's properties of solvency, surface tension, and capillary action are essential for transporting nutrients to living ...

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