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  1. #91
    BBC The Sky at Night - Sept 2018 - Expedition Asteroid

    A look one of the most difficult feats of space exploration as the US and Japan attempt to bring a piece of an asteroid back to Earth.

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    Originally Posted by JonnyRedHed View Post (Source)
    BBC The Sky at Night - Sept 2018 - Expedition Asteroid

    A look one of the most difficult feats of space exploration as the US and Japan attempt to bring a piece of an asteroid back to Earth.
    Americans and Japanese have learned a lot by the European after Rosetta and Philae


  3. #93
    BBC - The Sky at Night - Oct 2018 - Space Britannia

    A look at Britain's attempt to become a major player in the modern space race. Guest presenter Tim Peake celebrates Britain's past achievements in space.

  4. #94
    BBC - The Sky at Night - Nov 2018 - First Rock from the Sun

    The Sky at Night investigates how Mercury probe BepiColombo was built, how it will get to Mercury and what it hopes to discover.

  5. #95
    Tomorrow's World Live: For One Night Only

    A special live edition of the science and technology programme, including archive highlights and a look at the latest in British invention.

  6. #96
    BBC - The Sky at Night - Dec 2018 - Telescope on a plane


    The Sky at Night takes to the air on board the largest airborne observatory in the world – a specially modified jumbo jet, flying out of California.

  7. #97
    BBC - The Sky at Night - The Real Star of Bethlehem: A Christmas Special

    The team go in search of the potential causes of the Star of Bethlehem. The list of candidates includes supernovae, comets, meteors and unusual alignments of the giant planets.

  8. #98
    BBC - The Sky at Night - Beyond Pluto

    Nasa's New Horizons probe notches up another historic first - the first ever Kuiper belt fly-by and an encounter with a chunk of rock and ice four billion miles from Earth.

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    BBC - The Sky at Night - Feb 2019 - Is Cosmology in Crisis

    We know that distant galaxies are racing away from us. But just how fast is the Universe expanding? Scientists are yet to agree on an answer.