Dr. Otto Struve, director of the Leuscher Observatory in Berkeley and the first man to prove that stars rotate on their axes, is Dr. Seaborg’s guest on this program. Hydrogen is rare and helium is positively scarce on earth but these two elements alone make up 99 percent of the universe as a whole. Dr. Seaborg and his guest attempt to explain this phenomenon and other topics such as the creation of the universe, the emptiness of “empty space,” and the ways in which astronomers unravel the secrets of the cosmos. The viewers also is taken on a journey of exploration in outer space with our host and Dr. Struve as they explore the sun, the Milky Way, and distant galaxies, all illustrated with remarkable astro-photos.
KQED, San Francisco; Glenn T. Seaborg; Otto Struve; E.G. Valens; Daniel M. Wilkes; Bernard G. Harvey; Jonathan C. Rice; Joe Dieves; Richard Moore; Herbert D. Seiter; Richard M. Fowler
National Educational Television; Indiana University Audio-Visual Center
Hydrogen ; Astronomy.
National Educational Television
IUL Moving Image Archive
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1 Film (0:33:00); 16mm
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IULMIA Film Database: 40000003186055; Other: GR00462851; MDPI Barcode: 40000003186055
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