Space Month on StarHub Discovery Science Channel 423

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Space Month on StarHub Discovery Science Channel 423

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Source: http://www.astro.sg/2013/11/space-month ... overy.html

Kudos to StarHub and Discovery Science for promoting this month of November as Space Month!

These are some of the space-related programmes that will be broadcasted on StarHub Discovery Science Channel 423:

- How the Universe Works *
- When We Left Earth: The NASA Mission *
- Through the Wormhole with Morgan Freeman *
- Into the Universe with Stephen Hawking *
- Fire in the Sky: A Daily Planet Special
- How Did They Do it?: Space (Episode 1)
- Sci-Trek: Mining the Moon (Episode 2)
- Secrets of the Universe
- Deadliest Space Weather
- If We Had No Moon
- Joao Maguiejo's Big Bang
- Aliens: Are We Alone?
- Alien Invasion: Are We Ready?

To find out the programme schedules, go to http://tvguide.starhub.com and type in the name of the programme in the search field located near the top right-hand corner of that webpage.

Alternatively, you may type in "423" or "Discovery Science" in the search field located near the top left-hand corner of the webpage. Click on the Discovery Channel logo and see a listing of the upcoming programmes.

You may set up an sms alert for any of these programmes by selecting the "Alert Me" tab option located in the right-hand margin of the webspage. Please read the official terms and conditions and FAQ/user guide for more information.

Programmes marked with an * are DVDs that can be borrowed from public libraries. Go to http://catalogue.nlb.gov.sg and search for them to check if they are available for loan and at which public libraries.

Have fun watching these programmes especially during cloudy nights in the north-eastern monsoon month of November! :)
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