New Years Day Astromomy Documentaries on Discovery

11 years 10 months ago #57668 by Frank Ryan
On Discovery Science 353 looks like a days worth of Astro stuff.
Yippee!

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11 years 10 months ago #57671 by DaveGrennan
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Did anyone see the Docu/Drama 'Impact Earth'?? Been on discovery for the last few nights. Science is a bit iffy but other wise very good and entertaining. If you missed it, I guess they'll be showing it another 170 times!!

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11 years 10 months ago #57674 by albertw

Did anyone see the Docu/Drama 'Impact Earth'?? Been on discovery for the last few nights. Science is a bit iffy but other wise very good and entertaining. If you missed it, I guess they'll be showing it another 170 times!!


It's been on a few times in the past couple of weeks already :-)

The science is a bit iffy but it would be a lot worse; they did some homework on it. Entertaining though!

There has been a lot of astronomy stuff on the Discovery channels recently. A lot of it is old but still good.

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11 years 10 months ago #57680 by John D

Did anyone see the Docu/Drama 'Impact Earth'?? Been on discovery for the last few nights. Science is a bit iffy but other wise very good and entertaining. If you missed it, I guess they'll be showing it another 170 times!!



Yeah I seen it, as Albert said, they did there homework on it and its really an action packed film. Could you imagine what would happen if something like that did happen. George Bush would be on the first flight to Mars. :D

John

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11 years 10 months ago #57702 by albertw

George Bush would be on the first flight to Mars. :D


Quick! Someone report an incoming comet! :lol:

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11 years 10 months ago #57720 by dave_lillis
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I saw a Venus/Mercury one on the 30th, it was really good and there was a fair amount of stuff in there I hadn't heard before. !

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11 years 10 months ago #57737 by Seanie_Morris
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I'm guessing for those of us not on Sky that you tube will be an option soon. Unless any of you here want to help out directly... ;) I hate missing great documentaries like these.

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