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See the film "God's Not Dead" for free at Anchorage Baptist Temple.
Back To The Moon For Good begins with a tour through the history of lunar exploration, tracing back to the 1960s and 1970s. We hear from some of the teams racing to land a robotic spacecraft on the moon and win the Google Lunar XPRIZE.
'Fractals Rock!' is presented by Dr. Larry Foster of the UAA Mathematics Department.
'Fractals Rock!' is presented by Dr. Larry Foster of the UAA Mathematics Department.
Black Holes: The Other Side of Infinity is a fulldome show from Thomas Lucas Productions, developed in collaboration with Denver Museum of Nature & Science, NOVA and the National Center for Supercomputing Applications. Narrated by Academy-Award nominated actor Liam Neeson.
Deep in the ice at the heart of Antarctica, IceCube, the biggest and strangest detector in the world waits for mysterious messengers from the cosmos. Scientists are using tiny and elusive particles called neutrinos to explore the most extreme places in the universe.
As Halloween approaches we look up at the night sky and seek out the thrilling, chilling monsters in the stars. From hydras to giant scorpions, we will inspect these beastly creatures and explore their mythology.
In Victorian times many physical phenomena had already been discovered and described by natural laws, but life's most eloquent mechanism was still unknown. Join the young Charles Darwin on an adventurous voyage of exploration circumnavigating the world with the H.M.S. Beagle. Hear Darwin himself reveal the simple and beautiful mechanism that explains the evolution of all life on Earth: Natural Selection.
Learn about the "Big Mirrors" on the mountain! Voyage into Subaru, Gemini, Keck, and Canada-France-Hawaii observatories to explore exo-planets, supernovae, and stars orbiting around the black hole at the center of our galaxy.
Black Holes: The Other Side of Infinity is a fulldome show from Thomas Lucas Productions, developed in collaboration with Denver Museum of Nature & Science, NOVA and the National Center for Supercomputing Applications.

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