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After a great journey through the history of the universe and time during the screening of Part 1, we bring you the second part of BBC's Wonders of the Solar System: "Stardust", as promised.

In this episode, Professor Brian Cox goes in search of humanity's very essence to answer the biggest questions of all: what are we? And where do we come from? This film is the story of matter - the stuff of which we are all made.

Brian reveals how our origins are entwined with the life cycle of the stars. But he begins his journey here on Earth. In Nepal, he observes a Hindu cremation. Hindu philosophy is based on an eternal cycle of creation and destruction, where the physical elements of the body are recycled on to the next stage. Brian draws a parallel with the life cycle of the stars that led to our own creation.

Next, he explains how the Earth's resources have been recycled through the ages. How every atom that makes up everything we see, was at some time a part of something else. Our world is made up of just 92 elements, and these same 92 elements are found throughout the entire universe. We are part of the universe because we are made of the same stuff as the universe.

Join us on a cosmic journey of infinite knowledge and breathtaking beauty as we dive into the second part of BBC's Wonders of the Universe presented by Professor Brian Cox. The remaining 2 parts will be screened in February.

Date: 26 January 2016
Time: 8:00pm
Duration: 1 hour
Fees: 5,000LBP including 1 drink and popcorn
Location: Minus 1, Tabaris.

P.S: We will have more chairs and seating areas so that everyone can enjoy the show, but please make sure you come early to grab some snacks and a good seat!

For more information, please call 70 340 950

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