After the destruction of Shuttle Challenger, the US considered grounding its fleet for good. That is until the stunning discovery that the Soviets had built their own fleet using plans stolen from NASA.
Host Neil deGrasse Tyson features his interview with comedian and host of The Late Show Stephen Colbert in an episode about entertainment and the intersection of comedy, science and politics.
The world's most spectacular transformations happen in autumn. While chipmunks and beavers rush to stash their winter supplies, many animals must battle for mates.
With their world encased in snow and ice, animals must find inventive ways to survive the cold. Caribou become ice road travellers, and snow monkeys find a warm bath.
Greg Quicke reveals how seeing the planet Saturn through a telescope for the first time led him to a revelation about the size of our solar system.
The forces of nature have kept Earth on the move since it was formed billions of years ago, we follow its epic journey shaping our lives.
World renowned actor and advocate of communicating science, Alan Alda joins Neil deGrasse Tyson to discuss how best the science community can learn, connect and share with with the public.
Perhaps Australia's most iconic creature of all, these cuddly looking little characters are as resilient as they are cute, facing an array of challenges as they struggle to live and breed in their ever changing habitat.
Follow the extraordinary history of the NASA space shuttles from the 1981 maiden space flight to the televised explosion of Challenger in 1986.
Engineer, physical and ground-breaking NASA astronaut Dr Mael Jemison joins Neil deGrasse Tyson in an episode focussed on the challenges of interstellar travel.
Investigates Maori worldviews and methodologies within the scientific community and looks at their practical applications finding solutions by combining Maori knowledge and western science.
World-renowned physicist Stephen Hawking joins Neil deGrasse Tyson for an episode discussing the mysteries of our universe.
Host Neil deGrasse Tyson features his interview with celebrated novelist, Salman Rushdie in an episode dedicated to the science of storytelling.
Richard Hammond climbs to the top of Sydney's iconic Opera House to unlock the construction secrets hidden in the DNA of one of the most instantly recognisable buildings in the world.
This special, narrated by Andrew Scott, celebrates spring on planet Earth. This magical season brings a burst of new life - but as soon as the air starts to warm, it's a race to wake up and get ahead of everyone else.
Every year, seasons transform our planet. As they sweep across the world, they drive all life on Earth, bringing huge opportunities and great challenges to everything. This episode celebrates summer and the extraordinary challenges it brings.
Master navigator Nainoa Thompson and guest expert Frank Reed join Neil deGrasse Tyson to discuss the science of non-instrumental navigating.
Shalin reveals the groundbreaking therapy creating cancer fighting super cells. Plus, arch rivals 'team virus' and 'team immune' battle it out on the sports field - all in the name of science.
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