Known Universe: The Biggest and Smallest

Known Universe: The Biggest and Smallest

60 minutes 5.14/10 based on 21 votes

Size Matters: from our vast solar system to our galaxy and universe. Enormity is unimaginable. Then the particles and atoms…smaller and larger than we can comprehend.

If you think you know size, you’ve never seen it like this. National Geographic takes DocumentaryStorm for an hour’s trip through the largest and smallest things in the universe. We will zero in on the building blocks of matter.

The biggest misconception of our solar system is that the relative scales are massive.  We will look at the atoms that make planets, stars, and even yourself.

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4 responses to “Known Universe: The Biggest and Smallest”

  1. VideoEyes says:

    Nicely none…

  2. VideoEyes says:

    Liked this one…Thx DocuStorm..^V^!

  3. Daken says:

    for the “beginner” in physics documentaries this was good, but to the seasoned viewer like myself, ive heard it all before. if you want something new and exciting, look somewhere else.

  4. Documentary lover says:

    A good one….

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