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Title Journey to an alien moon [(DVD) videorecording].

Publication Info. [Washington, DC?] : National Geographic, [2010]
Location Call No. Status
 Nichols Adult DVD Nonfiction  523.985 JOU    DUE 01-31-21
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Description 1 videodisc (approximately 50 minutes) : sound. color ; 4 3/4 in.
digital optical Dolby digital rda
video file DVD region 1 rda
Series Explorer (Television program)
National Geographic Society special.
System Details DVD; Region 1; Dolby digital.
Performer Narrator, Peter Coyote.
Credits Producer/director/writer, Mark Mannucci ; animator, Andy Murdock ; editor, Lars Woodruffe ; music, Robert Neufeld.
Note Produced by Mannucci, Inc. in assocation with National Geographic Television for National Geographic Channel.
Produced as an episode of the program Explorer in 2010.
"DVD exclusive"--Disc label.
Summary Explores whether Europa, one of Jupiter's moons, could possibly support extraterrestrial life. Scientists believe that Europa has a liquid ocean beneath its icy crust, protected from the inhospitable surface environment, and heated by hydrothermal vents triggered by tidal heating of the planet. Scientists, adventurers, and engineers are determined to launch a mission to Europa and are designing and testing technology, such as the Endurance robotic vehicle, with the goal of one day reaching Europa with a vehicle capable of exploring the moon and its ocean. But the Earth-Europa distance brings new challenges to the scientists, who must build devices capable of functioning without human controls in unknown environments without damaging the moon and any ecosystem that might exist. Includes some discussion of the Galileo spacecraft, whose mission brought the first images of Europa to scientists.
Subject Europa (Satellite) -- Videodiscs.
Life on other planets -- Videodiscs.
Underwater exploration -- Technological innovations -- Videodiscs.
Astronautics -- Videodiscs.
Interplanetary voyages -- Videodiscs.
DVD-Video discs.
Genre Documentary television programs.
Added Author Mannucci, Mark, producer, director, author.
Murdock, Andrew (Geographic information consultant), animator.
Coyote, Peter, narrator.
National Geographic Television & Film.
Mannucci, Inc.
National Geographic Television.
National Geographic Society (U.S.)
National Geographic Channel (Television station : Washington, D.C.)
Standard No. 727994951872
Music No. NX95187 National Geographic
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