Journey Through the Cosmos in an All-New Season of How the Universe Works
The new season premieres March 24 on Science Channel and streams on discovery+.
For centuries, we’ve tried to decipher how our universe works, where things came from and how they were made. Some of the greatest minds in history have devoted their entire lives to find the answers to these questions. In an all-new season of HOW THE UNIVERSE WORKS, Mike Rowe journeys through the cosmos in search of answers to the greatest mysteries of the universe.
Combining interviews with leading scientists, trailblazing experiments and cutting-edge CGI and visual effects, HOW THE UNIVERSE WORKS unravels the greatest mysteries of the cosmos and beyond. From Black Holes to other galaxies, this new season of this beloved Science Channel series takes viewers to places they’ve never seen before.
Get a glimpse of some of the topics explored in the new season, narrated by Mike Rowe:
Viewers will travel as far as the Supermassive Black Hole at the heart of the M87 galaxy. This massive Black Hole is over six billion times larger than the sun and is the only one to ever be photographed.
Many galaxies tear each other apart using gravity–the bigger the galaxy, the more heavily armed it is, allowing it to smash and swallow up smaller galaxies nearby. Scientists will explore how galaxies fight and why our Universe is such a violent, dangerous place.
Diving through the gases of the Sun’s atmosphere and tracking the Sun’s influence at the edge of our solar system, scientists hope to be able to unlock the secrets of the engine that drives our entire Solar System.
The all-new season of HOW THE UNIVERSE WORKS premieres Wednesday, March 24, on Science Channel and also streams on discovery+.
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