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Tyson leads viewers on a cosmic journey to the beginning of time and into the distant reaches of the universe, searching for life's first stirrings and its traces on other worlds.(Program not available for streaming.) In "Origins: Where are the Aliens?," host astrophysicist Neil de Grasse Tyson explores such provocative questions as: would "ETs" resemble us or the creatures of science fiction?Hubble Site At this Internet hub for the Hubble Space Telescope, check out the latest images from space or browse an extensive archive.Find out how Hubble works, read up on cutting-edge cosmological discoveries, and play interactive games.On its extensive Web site, access the latest headlines, research findings, and general information on large bodies within our solar system.Universe Forum cfa- Harvard University's Center for Astrophysics maintains this site, which is filled with interesting information on the structure and evolution of the universe.Visitors may watch clips from the film and participate in an array of topical online activities.Tour the Solar System org/wgbh/nova/space/Explore the planets, visit the moon, and gaze at the stars in this 3-D interactive model of the solar system. NOVA presents some startling new answers in "Origins," a groundbreaking four-part NOVA miniseries hosted by dynamic astrophysicist Neil de Grasse Tyson, Director of the Hayden Planetarium at the American Museum of Natural History. Are we alone, or are there alien worlds waiting to be discovered?