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 内容介绍
英文片名Wonders of the Solar System
中文片名BBC:太阳系的奇迹 (2010)
类型纪录
地区英国
文件大小 32.50 GB, 蓝光 RiP 1080p
文件格式 MKV/x264
音轨 英语 DTS-HR 5.1
字幕 中英字幕
IMDB评分9.5


中文名: BBC 太阳系的奇迹
英文名: BBC Wonders Of The Solar System
发行时间: 2010年03月07日
制作发行: BBC TWO地区: 英国
语言: 英语

布赖恩考克斯教授游历地球上一些最令人惊奇的地点,向观众展示和剖析自然法则所造就的太阳系的伟大自然奇观。

Professor Brian Cox visits some of the most stunning locations on earth to describe how the laws of nature have carved natural wonders across the solar system.

In this first episode Brian explores the powerhouse of them all, the sun. In India he witnesses a total solar eclipse - when the link to the light and heat that sustains us is cut off for a few precious minutes.

But heat and light are not the only power of the sun over the solar system. In Norway, Brian watches the battle between the sun's wind and earth, as the night sky glows with the northern lights.

Beyond earth, the solar wind continues, creating dazzling aurora on other planets. Brian makes contact with Voyager, a probe that has been travelling since its launch 30 years ago. Now 14 billion kilometres away, Voyager has just detected the solar wind is beginning to peter out. But even here we haven't reached the end of the sun's rule.

Brian explains how its greatest power, gravity, reaches out for hundreds of billions of kilometres, where the lightest gravitational touch encircles our solar system in a mysterious cloud of comets.