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92%VideoJan 2012

Full Earth-rise, 5th April 2008

(1:15) A spectacular view of Earth from Japanese lunar orbiter Kaguya as it circled the moon in 2008. We only have one planet - it's beautiful, blue and fragile, and we depend on it for our survival.

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92%VideoJul 2016

One year on Earth, as seen from one million miles away

(2:46) First image of sunlit Earth captured by NASA satellite 1 million miles away.

92%PictureMar 2004

Stunning pictures from Mars

Hubble shows us the red planet

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92%AnimationDec 2007

Secrets of the universe

Journey to the rim of existence, as we know it

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92%VideoOct 2011

Carl Sagan explains Kepler's laws of planetary motion

(5:53) Johannes Kepler (1571 - 1630) was a German mathematician and astronomer. He is best known for his eponymous laws of planetary motion. From COSMOS: A Personal Journey.

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92%VideoMar 2012

What does it feel like to fly over planet Earth?

(2:30) Time-lapse footage of Earth as seen from the International Space Station as it orbits at 17,000 mph.

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92%AnimationDec 2013

Climate Change - The State of the Science

(4:05) Produced by the International Geosphere-Biosphere Programme and Globaia and funded by the UN Foundation.

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92%VideoFeb 2018

NASA's vision for colonising Venus

(10:12) NASA's HAVOC makes the Star Wars fantasy of Cloud City a tantalising possibility in our solar system.

91%AnimationOct 2010

Day and night on Mars

No clouds, no life - a typical day in the Martian summer. Time lapse from the surface of Mars.

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91%VideoAug 2010

That Mitchell and Webb Look - Moon landing hoax

Wouldn't it be great to make everyone think we'd landed on the moon? Mitchell and Webb discuss the audacious idea.

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