Cosmic Voyage

Cosmic Voyage

37 minutes 8.0/10 based on 2 votes

Cosmic Voyage takes on a similar format as the National Film Board of Canada’s “Cosmic Zoom”, and IBM’s classic “Powers of Ten” educational video. The film takes viewers on a journey through forty-two orders of magnitude, beginning at a celebration in Italy to zoom to the edge of the observable universe. The view descends back to earth, and later zooms in upon a raindrop on a leaf, to the level of sub-atomic particles (quarks).

In addition, the film offers some brief insight on the Big Bang Theory, black holes, and the development of our Solar System. It also simulates a journey through Fermilab’s Tevatron particle accelerator in Chicago, where an atom collision is depicted.

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Rating: 8.0/10 based on 2 votes

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  • Cam

    this one’s down

  • Stephen Hoyland

    PRIVATE? Then why the hell Is It listed you American throwback morons!?!?!

    • DocumentaryStorm BENJY

       Hi Stephen,
      It was set to ‘private’ by YouTube (Google). I have found another source. Works!

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