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: Sir Patrick Moore (1923-2012) began presenting The Sky at Night in April 1957. 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. Many astronauts have also appeared, including Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin. Recordings of most of the early episodes no longer exist.
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# of Episodes: 627
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# of Episodes I haven't watched: 627
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Beyond Pluto
Season 2019 - Episode 1: Beyond Pluto
Air Date: January 13rd, 2019, 10:00 PM
Summary: On 1 January 2019, Nasa's New Horizons probe notched up another historic first - the first ever Kuiper belt fly-by. Its target was 2014 MU69, a chunk of ice and rock about four billion miles (approximately 6.4 billion kilometres) from Earth, dubbed Ultima Thule, a Latin phrase meaning a distant, unknown region. It is the most distant fly-by in history, and it is believed the data New Horizons gathers will shed new light on the solar system's early days. Chris Lintott reports from the John Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory in Maryland to bring the latest news and pictures from this extraordinary mission.
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