"To the End of the Universe" depicts historic images that have changed our view of the outer world.


Magnus Sjöström


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Buzz Aldrin ... Himself
Michio Kaku ... Himself


In 1923, astronomer Edwin Hubble took a photo that settled one of the hottest debates in the history of science, providing the very first clue in calculating the size of the universe by showing that Andromeda is not a gas cloud in our Milky Way, but a galaxy far, far away. "To the End of the Universe" covers this and many other amazing images: The Apollo Program's photos from the Moon's surface; Martellus' World Map, considered to have convinced the Spanish crown to finance Columbus' daring expedition westward; Copernicus' heliocentrism-a diagram of the Solar System with the Sun, not the Earth, in the center; Alfred Wegener's sketch showing how continental drift re-shaped the face of the planet; and Arthur Eddington's photo of the solar eclipse in 1919.

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10 April 2013 (Sweden) See more »

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