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1 997, IMAGE LIST. Title logo 6. Paper/ink writing. Herschel telescope 46. Moon. Blue star chord 7. Shaman/ religious symbols. Mars telescope view 47. Earth rise. Blue star 8. Sky religious symbols -A-. Saturn telescope view 48. Andromeda 4" view 4. Surrounding stars -A- 9. Sky religious symbols -B- 4. Perseus telescope view 49. Andromeda 8" view 5. Surrounding stars -B- 0. Egyptian Sun worship 5. Yerkes Observatory 50. Andromeda 8" photo 6. Andromeda Galaxy. Early Greek gods 6. Lick Observatory 5. Star birth 7. Earth/glaciers. Astrologer in study 7. Green Bank Observatory 5. Star clusters 8. Humanoid. Early star chart 8. Pioneer 5. Galaxies 9. Bone calendar 4. Church window: Stars 9. Venus 54. Andromeda astrophoto 0. Galaxy chord 5. Church window: Heavens 40. Viking 55. Zeroes. Cave paintings -A- 6. Church window: God 4. Mars 56. Future Earth. Cave paintings -B- 7. Geocentric chart 4. SF montage -A- 57. Light speed. Cave dweller 8. Astronomers cast out 4. SF montage -B- 58. Light year 4. Tribal storyteller 9. Uraniborg 44. SF montage -C- 59. Andromeda dist. 5. Clay tablet writing 0. Kepler/ Brahe drawings 45. Earth chord 60. Flashlight

2 997, 009 IMAGE LIST 6. Apollo laser reflector 76. Moon dist. 9. Early universe -B- 06. HST Planetary Nebula 6. Lunar laser ranging -A- 77. Saturn 9. Early universe -C- 07. HST Eta Carina 6. Lunar laser ranging -B- 78. Saturn dist. 9. Ulysses 08. HST Lagoon Nebula 64. Moon 79. Sirius dist. 94. Ulysses speed limit sign 09. HST Hourglass Nebula 65. Moon distance 80. Betelgeuse dist. 95. Light speed limit sign 0. HST Cat's Eye Nebula 66. Sun 8. Rigel dist. 96. Ancient. HST Cartwheel Galaxy 67. Sun distance 8. Big Bang sequence -A- 97. Modern. Futuristic spaceship 68. Voyager 8. Big Bang sequence -B- 98. Hubble Space Telescope. Deep space object 69. Saturn 84. Big Bang sequence -C- 99. Voyager 4. Writer/ Producer credit 70. Saturn distance 85. Big Bang sequence -D- 00. Space shuttle launch 5. Artists/ Music credit 7. Earth 86. Big Bang sequence -E- 0. Apollo photo 6. Special Thanks credit 7. Earth/light beam 87. Big Bang sequence -F- 0. Viking Mars photo 7. Copyright/ Logo credit 7. Sound speed limit sign 88. Quasar 0. Sun 74. Light speed limit sign 89. Quasar dist. 04. Quasar 75. Moon 90. Early universe -A- 05. HST Eagle Nebula

3 997, 009 IMAGE LIST MULTI-PANEL IMAGES A B C M. Primitives pan M. Distant galaxies all-sky M. Glacier/ humanoids pan M4. Cave interior pan M5. Gas and dust clouds pan M6. Cave/tool makers pan A B C D E F M7. Agriculture/ crafts pan M8. Apollo landing site pan M9. Backyard pan M0. VLA pan

4 997, 009 :00 time visuals HOUSE LIGHTS fade audio :5 :6. Title logo. Blue star chord (opening music: 6 seconds) A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away... a beam of light left a blazing blue star -- one of countless beams escaping the fiery surface 7 every second, in every direction, into the black cold of space (music bridge: 7 seconds) :0. Blue star 4. Surrounding stars -A- 5. Surrounding stars -B- This beam of light -- traveling in a particular direction from the star -- was joined by rays from surrounding stars; together, they rushed through space at a tremendous speed (music bridge: 9 seconds) 0 :4 6. Andromeda galaxy Centuries passed while the light sped on its journey outward from its galactic home... 4 thousands of centuries... 5 (music segue: seconds)

5 997, 009 time visuals audio :47 M. Primitives pan In another galaxy, on one planet circling about a medium-sized yellow star, semi- intelligent beings inhabited lush areas of a large continent :0 They were hunters -- traveling in groups, 7 bound by primitive social instincts. Their main concerns were food and shelter, and they depended on each other for survival : They did not have the intellect necessary to ponder the sky. Stargazing was not essential to survival (music segue: 8 seconds) 8 9 :5 M. Distant galaxies all-sky For two million years of its travel, the light passed through: nothing. All it encountered was the space between galaxies -- cold, featureless, devoid of stars. As it traveled 0 4 through this vast emptiness, the beam of light 5 maintained a constant velocity, racing to a distant fate...

6 997, 009 time visuals audio (music segue: 6 seconds) :07 7. Earth/glaciers During those two million years, climate changes affected the planet. In some areas, the warm weather of earlier times slowly gave way to chilling winds and ever- lengthening 7 winters. The planet was entering into the frigid jaws of an Ice Age :8 Massive glaciers began to advance down the continents, covering hunting grounds and :8 M. Glacier/humanoids pan obliterating everything in their paths. Already some of the hunters were having trouble finding food to keep themselves alive, even though evolutionary changes had better 9 equipped them to survive the cold and desolation. 0 (music bridge: 4 seconds) 4 5 :5 8. Humanoid Did any of these primitives ever stop in the midst of searching for food to gaze skyward... at the stars...?

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