The Ship of Imagination explores the atoms of a dew drop.

Tardegrades, animals smaller than the head of a pin, can live nearly anywhere.

Plants breathe through stomata, pulling in carbon dioxide.

The first flower came about roughly 100 million years ago.

Some flowers have evolved to have their pollen buried deep inside to protect it from various animals.

If an atom were the size of this cathedral, it's nucleus would be the size of a piece of dust.

The nucleus of a carbon atom has six protons and is called element number six.

When a super nova explodes, the brightness rivals that of it's entire galaxy.

When a neutrino particle collides with a piece of ordinary matter, it creates a flash of light.

In the 13th Century BC, Egyptians built this tomb, Abu Simbel, to honor Pharaoh Ramses II.

When a dew drop evaporates, tardegrades will be fine; they can survive without water for years!

Neil deGrasse Tyson explores how a simple scent molecule can trigger memories.

In ancient Greece, philosopher and scientist Thales of Miletus first thought of the idea that acts of nature were not supernatural and could be understood by man.

The Sun, while it looks solid, is not.

Host Neil deGrasse Tyson puts his face in the path of a cannonball to illustrate the law of conservation of energy.

The Ship of Imagination explores the atoms of a dew drop.