The Sky At Night
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The Sky At Night
First Aired: April 1st, 1957
Status: Continuing
Air Time: Sunday, 10:00 PM
Network: BBC Four
Summary: Since April 1957, Sir Patrick Moore (1923=2012) has presented The Sky at Night. Airing a new episode every month, the show continues to explore our solar system and beyond. It is the longest running science show on TV. Many famous people have appeared on The Sky at Night, among them - Harlow Shapley, Carl Sagan and Jocelyn Bell-Burnell. Also many astronauts, including Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin. Most of the early episodes no longer exist on film.
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# of Episodes: 611
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Season 2017 - Episode 6: It Came From Outer Space
Air Date: August 13rd, 2017, 10:00 PM
Summary: In August, the most spectacular meteor shower of 2017 coincides with transmission - The Perseids! If it's clear, it'll be a great chance to see scores of bright shooting stars streaking across the night sky. As those shooting stars vaporise in the atmosphere, a small part of some of them will fall to earth as dust. This dust will contribute to a total of about 40,000 tonnes of space dust and debris that falls onto our planet every year. In this episode, Chris Lintott and Maggie Aderin-Pocock investigate this mysterious cosmic debris that comes from outer space.
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