Strip the Cosmos, Season 1

Strip the Cosmos, Season 1

Strip the Cosmos

  • Genre: Nonfiction
  • Release Date: 2014-11-12
  • Advisory Rating: TV-PG
  • Episodes: 6
  • iTunes Price: USD 7.99
  • iTunes HD Price: USD 8.99
6/10
6
From 1 Ratings

Description

Strip the Cosmos uses stunning CGI animation and character-driven actuality to strip major planets, moons, black holes and stars. Layer by layer, act by act, we'll explore their hidden secrets and solve key mysteries surrounding the origins and destiny of the universe.

Episodes

Title Time Price
1 Secrets of the Black Hole 43:05 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
2 Inside the Sun 43:05 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
3 Killer Asteroids 43:05 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
4 Expedition Mars 43:05 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
5 Alien Worlds 43:04 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
6 Hunting a Comet 43:05 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes

Trailer

Reviews

  • TV - The Great Enabler

    5
    By Turbojacket
    Use the TV and this to learn something. I caught this on Science Channel (a paid premium in my area that I INSIST on having). So thankful I do. Otherwise it's real housewives and fake home rennovations. Pick your poison. Educate yourself and grow.
  • Terrible Descriptions

    1
    By b9indifference
    WATCH COSMOS with Neil deGrasse Tyson: This is a really long trailer for a really bad Sci-Fi movie. Lots of dramatic music and flashing images... no information. They insist on describing a Black Hole as a Monster that gorges and eats as if it was a monster never describing how black holes form and the nature of gravity. Never mentioning the speed of light 186,000 miles per sec is insufficient to allow even light to achieve an escape velocity. again for a learning experience ...WATCH COSMOS with Neil deGrasse Tyson:
  • Quota for Cosmology shows?

    1
    By upset_folder
    Stop personifying cosmological objects. Black holes don’t eat, ok? Stars and galaxies are not engaging in celestial or cosmic dancing. Jupiter is not a bouncer or a bodyguard hired to protect Earth and the rest of the gang. Synopsis of show: “Hey kids, forget that fundamental force stuff. Gravity? Not important, just watch this 'ravenous' black hole ‘devour’ and ‘gorge’ on that tasty and delicious star.” Honestly, why was this made? Is there a quota or a mandate for cosmology shows? No effort went into this. No passion, no thought for science, it’s just another vessel for computer graphics meant to be enough to satisfy us. Science Channel, once great, is now a wasted opportunity. Alien encounters, UFOs, conspiracies, monsters, and assembly line/fabrication shows now dominate. And as it’s owned by that cesspool named Discover Networks, don’t expect anything other than a dozen new shows involving Alaska.
  • Ha!

    5
    By TravisAK
    Jokun..... Best review ever!!
  • Awesome series

    5
    By TLehman111
    I found every aspect of this series entertaining and educational, I wish the season was longer!!! I recommend this to everybody.
  • Maybe 5-year-olds will like it

    2
    By HRABX
    The title "Strip the Cosmos" implies that the series will attempt to describe astronomical phenomena piece-by-piece from the outside in. It isn't. It's super pumping music, camera editing, reused graphics and hyped up drama. If you know anything about the astronomy topics you will not learn anything. If you don't, you might actually become more confused with all the flashing lights, pumping music and overly dramatic narration. I recommend "The Universe" for actual information.
  • Great show!

    5
    By jokun
    Better to learn how long it takes a photon to get from the center of the Sun to your eye than know the names of Bruce Jenner's daughters. Fight stupidity.

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