Season 3, Episode 3 (#303)
This episode has not aired in the past few months on Iowa Public Television.
Our most distant primate ancestors were tree-dwellers the size of mice. 13:36
Full Program: “Hubble Repair”--NOVA scienceNOW covers the upcoming repair mission for the Hubble space telescope — one of the most... 51:45
How do paleontologists get fossils out of the rocks they find them in? Watch as scientists free a fossil from the... 01:16
Hubble veteran, Mike Massimino, tells it like it is—the good and bad of being an astronaut. 04:40
The 1918 flu killed at least 50 million people, more than died from battle in World War I. 01:28
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Series Description: This science magazine series features four stories in each themed episode, tackling an array of thought-provoking topics.
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