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        Mysteries of Deep Space | Transcript: Exploding Stars and Black Holes (Program 2)

        The universe is continually molded by powerful events that can create new worlds and obliterate old ones in a flash visible across all time and space. This episode examines violent events that shape the landscape of galaxies. In suspense-filled sequences, astronomers peer into the heart of a black hole and discover the most distant supernovas (exploding stars) ever seen. Mysteries of Deep Space, a series of three one-hour programs, dives into the vastness of space as it presents the bold achievements of modern astronomy, joining astronomers as they probe the limits of the observable universe and peer into the violent worlds of black holes and supernovas.

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