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Storyline

"How the Universe Works" is the ultimate cosmos operator's manual, a revealing look at the inner workings of outer space. Computer imagery allows viewers to explore black holes, supernovas, neutron stars, dark energy, and all of the other forces that produce what exists and what people see.

Official Sites: Official IMDb, Official Facebook |  See more »

Country: United States

Type: Documentary

Status: Returning Series

Language: English

Release Date: April 25, 2010

Also Known As: Evren Nasıl İşliyor, 解明・宇宙の仕組み |  See more »

Parents Guide: Australia (PG), Brazil (Livre) |  See more »

Genres

Plot Keywords

universe
astronomy
astrophysics

Company Credits

Production Co: Discovery Channel

Cast

Carlos Frenk
as Self - Cosmologist
Mike Brown
as Self - Astronomer
Eve Stenson
as Self - Astrophysicist
Samuel Levin
as Self - Evolutionary Biologist
Laura Danly
as Self - Astronomer, Griffith Observatory
Natalie Batalha
as Self - Astrophysicist, NASA Ames Research Center
Steve Squyres
as Self - Astronomer
Shep Doeleman
as Self - Astronomer
Tara Shears
as Self - Particle Physicist
Richard Lintern
as Self - Narrator
Juna Kollmeier
as Self - Astrophysicist, Carnegie Observatories
Angela Des Jardins
as Self
Konstantin Batygin
as Self - Planetary Astrophysicist
Matt Penn
as Self - Solar Astronomer
Stan Love
as Self - Astronaut
Stephen Hawking
as Self - Theoretical Physicist
Mike Lisa
as Self - Particle Physicist
Todd Thompson
as Self - Astrophysicist
Gibor Basri
as Self - Astrophysicist
Lawrence Krauss
as Self - Cosmologist/Self - Theoretical Physicist, Arizona State University/Self - Theoretical Physicist
Carolyn Porco
as Self - Cassini Mission Imaging Lead/Self - Cassini Scientist/Self - Planetary Scientist
Dan Stern
as Self - Astronomer
Amir Caspi
as Self - Astrophysicist/Self - Solar Physicist
Dirk Terrell
as Self - Astrophysicist
Fiona Harrison
as Self - Astrophysicist
William Hartmann
as Self - Planetary Scientist
Julie McEnery
as Self - Astrophysicist
Carly Howett
as Self - Planetary Scientist
Daniel Lathrop
as Self - Geophysicist
Jason Wright
as Self - Astronomer
Amy Mainzer
as Self - Astronomer/Self - NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Melanie Barboni
as Self - Geochemist
Paul Drake
as Self - Physicist
Greg Leonard
as Self - Astronomer
Caleb Scharf
as Self - Astrobiologist/Self - Astronomer
Jani Radebaugh
as Self - Planetary Scientist/Self - Planetary Geologist/Self - Planetary Scientist and Geologist
Avi Loeb
as Self - Astrophysicist
Dante Lauretta
as Self - Cosmochemist, University of Arizona
Hakeem Oluseyi
as Self - Astrophysicist
Dorit Donoviel
as Self - Biomedical Scientist
John Asher Johnson
as Self - Astronomer
Jeremy Kasdin
as Self - Aerospace Engineer
Kimberly Moore
as Self - Planetary Scientist
Holly Gilbert
as Self - Solar Physicist
Monica Dunford
as Self - ATLAS Engineer
Michio Kaku
as Self - Theoretical Physicist/Self - Theoretical Physicist, City University of New York/Self - Phd., Theoretical Physicist, City University of New York
Edo Berger
as Self - Astronomer
Joe Incandela
as Self - Particle Physicist
Andrew Benson
as Self - Theoretical Astrophysicist
Dan Long
as Self - SDSS Operations Engineer
Russell Schweickart
as Self - Apollo 9 Astronaut, B612 Foundation
Amber Straughn
as Self - Astrophysicist
Sean Carroll
as Self - Theoretical Physicist/Self - Cosmologist
Brenda Frye
as Self - Astrophysicist
David Spergel
as Self - Theoretical Physicist/Self - Astrophysicist
Richard Zeebe
as Self - Physicist & Oceanographer
Jedidah Isler
as Self - Astrophysicist
Scott Hughes
as Self - Theoretical Astrophysicist
Karen Meech
as Self - Astronomer
Philip Hopkins
as Self - Theoretical Astrophysicist
Geoff Bower
as Self - Astronomer
Dan Durda
as Self - Planetary Scientist/Self - Astrophysicist/Self - Planetary Scientist, Scientific Consultant/Self - Planetary Scientist, Southwest Research Institute
Adam Showman
as Self - Planetary Scientist, University of Arizona
Natalie Gosnell
as Self - Astrophysicist
T.J. Cox
as Self - Theoretical Astrophysicist
Seth Shostak
as Self - Astronomer
Dougal Jerram
as Self - Volcanologist
Grant Tremblay
as Self - Astrophysicist
Carey Lisse
as Self - Astronomer
Alan Guth
as Self - Theoretical Physicist
Janna Levin
as Self - Theoretical Physicist
Jeremiah Ostriker
as Self - Astrophysicist
Gentry Lee
as Self - Space Flight Engineer
Moogega Cooper
as Self - Planetary Protection Engineer
Woody Fischer
as Self - Geobiologist
Andy Chang
as Self
Peter H. Schultz
as Self - Impact Specialist/Self - Impact Specialist, Brown University/Self - Impact Specialist, Brown Universiy
Robert Hurt
as IPAC/Self - Astronomer, Caltech
Larry Molnar
as Self - Astronomer
Jessie Christiansen
as Self - Astrophysicist
Alex Filippenko
as Self - Astrophysicist/Self - Astrophysicis/Self - Astrophysicist, University of California: Berkeley
Phil Hopkins
as Self - Theoretical Physicist
Michael Strauss
as Self - Astrophysicist
David Jewitt
as Self - Astronomer
Scott Bolton
as Self - Juno Principal Investigator
Kevin Walsh
as Self - Astronomer
Arpita Roy
as Self - Astronomer
Max Tegmark
as Self - Physicist/Self - Theoretical Physicist
Jessica Esquivel
as Self/Self - Particle Physicist
Andrew Kirk
as Self - Plasma Physicist
Stan Woosley
as Self - Astrophysicist
Saul Perlmutter
as Self - Astrophysicist
Geoff Marcy
as Self - Astronomer, University of California, Berkeley/Self - Astronomer/Self - Phd., Astronomer, University of California, Berkeley
Evgenya Shkolnik
as Self - Astronomer
Amanda Hendrix
as Self - Planetary Scientist
Robert Zubrin
as Self - Aerospace Engineer
Kevian Stassun
as Self - Phd., Physics and Astronomy
Paul Olsen
as Self - Geologist
Amy Reines
as Self - Astronomer
Scott Kenyon
as Self - Astrophysicist, Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory
Idan Ginsburg
as Self - Astrophysicist
Priyamvada Natarajan
as Self - Astrophysicist
Chiara Mingarelli
as Self - Astrophysicist
Paul M. Sutter
as Self - Astrophysicist
Chris McKay
as Self - Astrobiologist
Allessandra Pacini
as Self - Physicist
Sarah Stewart
as Self - Planetary Scientist
Erik Asphaug
as Self - Planetary Scientist
Andrea Ghez
as Self - Astronomer
Taylor Wilson
as Self - Nuclear Scientist
Simon Sheridan
as Self - Rosetta Scientist
Neil Gehrels
as Self - Experimental Physicist
Claudia Alexander
as Self - Planetary Science/Self - Planetary Scientist, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
James S. Bullock
as Self - Astrophysicist
Meenakshi Wadhwa
as Self - Planetary Scientist
Andrew Pontzen
as Self - Cosmologist
Stephen Mojzsis
as Self - Geologist
Ben Oppenheimer
as Self - Astrophysicist
Katie Bouman
as Self - Data Scientist
Yaireska M. Collado-Vega
as Self - Heliophysicist
Matthew Penn
as Self - Heliophysicist
Michael Kezirian
as Self - Engineer
Lewis Dartnell
as Self - Astrobiologist
Gilbert Collins
as Self - Physicist
Kathryn Bywaters
as Self - Astrobiologist
Peggy Whitson
as Self - Astronaut
Cathy Plesko
as Self - Planetary Scientist
Matthew O'Dowd
as Self - Astrophysicist
Michael Rampino
as Self - Geologist
Suzanne Staggs
as Self - Physicist
Linda J. Spilker
as Self - Cassini Mission Project Scientist
Luisa Fernanda Zabrano-Marin
as Self - Space Scientist
Robert P. Kirshner
as Self - Theoretical Physicist
Leroy Chiao
as Self - Astronaut
Peter Galison
as Self - Astrophysicist
Michelle Thaller
as Self - Astronomer/Self - Astronomer, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center/Self - Astronomer, NASA Goddard Space Flight Cente/Self - Phd., Astronomer, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
W. Dean Pesnell
as Self - Heliophysicist/Self - Solar Physicist
Les Johnson
as Self - Advanced Propulsion Technologist
Mark Sykes
as Self - Planetary Astronomer, Planetary Science Institute
David Grinspoon
as Self - Astrobiologist/Self - Astrobiologist, Denver Museum of Nature & Science
Marina Brozovic
as Self - Planetary Scientist
Sean C. Soloman
as Self - Messenger Principal Investigator
Amy Simon
as Self - Planetary Scientist
Hal Levison
as Self - Planetary Scientist/Self - Planetary Scientist, Southwest Research Institute
Rana Adhikari
as Self - Physicist
Erik Dellums
as Narrator/Self - Narrator
John Spencer
as Self - Planetary Scientist
Risa Wechsler
as Self - Astrophysicist
Andrew J.S. Hamilton
as Self - Theoretical Physicist
Mike Rowe
as Narrator/Self - Narrator
Bryan Gaensler
as Self - Astronomer, Center for All-Sky Astrophysics
Clifford Johnson
as Self - Theoretical Physicist
David Kipping
as Self - Astronomer/Self - Astronomer, Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics
Dan Coe
as Self - Astrophysicist, Space Telescope Science Institute
Anne Virkki
as Self - Planetary Scientist
Nina Lanza
as Self - Planetary Scientist
Aomawa Baker
as Self - Astronomer
Jena Meinecke
as Self - Laboratory Astrophysicist
Jürgen Blum
as Self - Experimental Physicist, Institute of Geophysics and Extraterrestrial Physics
Laurie Barge
as Self - Astrobiologist
Harold White
as Self - Physicist
Katie Freese
as Self - Cosmologist/Self - Theoretical Physicist
Heather A. Knutson
as Self - Assistant Professor of Planetary Science
Phil Plait
as Self - Astronomer/Self - Astronomer, Discover Magazine/Self - Phd., Astronomer
Heidi Hammel
as Self - Astronomer/Self - Planetary Scientist
Alan Stern
as Self - New Horizons Principal Investigator

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2010 | 8 Episodes

Season 2

2012 | 8 Episodes

Season 3

2014 | 9 Episodes

Season 4

2015 | 8 Episodes

Season 5

2016 | 8 Episodes

Season 6

2018 | 10 Episodes

Season 7

2019 | 10 Episodes

Season 8

2020 | 14 Episodes

Season 9

2021 | 11 Episodes

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