Living Universe

Living Universe

Living Universe

Australian-French space exploration documentary narrated by Karl Kruszelnicki, detailing the search for life on planets beyond our solar system.

With extraordinary CGI and the world's most inspiring scientists, the film takes viewers aboard the next generation of space ships, across the cosmos and beneath the clouds of the exoplanets in search of undiscovered life.

201888 minsAustralia, France
Documentary
Director:
Alex Barry ('Between a Frock & a Hard Place')Vincent Amouroux ('Nos ordinateurs ont-ils la mémoire courte?')
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Flicks, Blake Howard

Flicks, Blake Howard

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In the educational documentary Living Universe, the narrator – beloved Australian scientist and radio personality Dr Karl Kruszelinicki – explains that the Kepler Telescope has beamed back images of Earth-sized ‘exoplanets’ in the so-called 'Goldie Locks Zone' region of the Milky Way. The Kepler mission confirms that almost every star has at least one planet, and that one in four stars have planets in habitable zones.

Flicks, Blake Howard

Flicks, Blake Howard

flicks

In the educational documentary Living Universe, the narrator – beloved Australian scientist and radio personality Dr Karl Kruszelinicki – explains that the Kepler Telescope has beamed back images of Earth-sized ‘exoplanets’ in the so-called 'Goldie Locks Zone' region of the Milky Way. The Kepler mission confirms that almost every star has at least one planet, and that one in four stars have planets in habitable zones.

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