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Horizon. Cosmic dawn [electronic resource] : the real moment of creation / written and directed by Toby Macdonald ; a BBC/Science Channel co-production.

Other Title:
Cosmic dawn : the real moment of creation
Academic Video Online.
Publication:
London, England : BBC Worldwide, 2015.
Format/Description:
Video
1 online resource (56 minutes)
Subjects:
Cosmogony.
Creation.
Form/Genre:
Documentary television programs.
Language:
In English.
System Details:
video file
Summary:
Forget the big bang. The real moment of creation was the Cosmic Dawn - the moment of first light. The big bang gets all the credit for creating our universe. But in fact, the universe it gave was dark and boring. There were no stars, no galaxies, just a vast, black fog of gas - the cosmic dark ages. But after a hundred million years of nothing, came a dramatic moment of transformation - the Cosmic Dawn. It's the moment the first stars were born, the moment that lit up the Universe, and made the first structure and the first ingredients of life. This was the real moment of creation. Horizon meets the astronomers trying to witness the cosmic dawn. For the first time they have the tools to explore the very first stars of the universe and to tell the scientific story of our creation.
Participant:
Narrator, Ernie Dingo.
Notes:
Title from resource description page (viewed January 28, 2019).
Contributor:
Macdonald, Toby, director, producer.
British Broadcasting Corporation, production company.
Science Channel (Television network), production company.
Alexander Street Press.
Contains:
In series: Horizon (Television program)
OCLC:
1089754056
Access Restriction:
Restricted for use by site license.
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