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    • 400 years of the telescope

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      400 Years of the Telescope takes us on a journey into the past. It chronicles the history of the telescope by taking us back to the time of Galileo. The documentary showcases the radical effect it has had on the science of astronomy from the past to present day.

      Created in 2009 to coincide with the International Year of Astronomy it is a must see. Using 4K digital cinematography 400 Years of the Telescope is as visually stunning as it is interesting. For those not interested in the story behind the telescope, the imagery will make it worth your while to watch.

      It features interviews with today’s most influential cosmologists and astrophysicists from around the world. From the most renowned universities and observatories, they describe various theories. Everything from Galileo using a simple telescope to reveal the cosmos to ground-breaking discoveries made in space today.

      These riveting interviews leave no question unanswered as they also examine the suggestions about life on other planets. The puzzling vacuum energy that is increasing Earth’s expansion.

      Kris Koenig directed and co-produced the award-winning documentary alongside Dan Koehler. He also wrote the 60 minute film with Donald Goldsmith, and Albert van Helden. Neil deGrasse Tyson brings the story of the telescope to life with his narration.

      Ian Morison: 400 Years of the Telescope from Gresham College on FORA.tv

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      Published on April 7, 2010 · Filed under: Astronomy, Space, Cosmology, Physics, History, Science, Technology
    • Robbyou

      I have a love-hate relationship with the narrator. Love his thirst for knowledge and his way of taking it to the masses. I hate that he had a huge hand in the death of beloved Pluto’s stature. Great Doc, as always by Nova

    • spacebunny

      I don’t take too much of an issue with Neil De Grasse Tyson. He’s a scientist, and scientists have to be impartial observers no matter how cool-sounding a name Pluto has.

      This documentary was very well executed though. Loved the cinematography. ‘Makes me wanna visit Hawaii.

    • Amir Bengali

      Great Documentary…
      Very Inspiring!!