Science Channel Debuts ARE WE ALONE? March 5

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The search for answers to bold new questions about extraterrestrial life starts Tuesday, March 5 at 10 PM (ET/PT) on Science Channel with the return of ARE WE ALONE? month.  In all-new world premiere episodes of ALIEN ENCOUNTERS and Aliens: the Definitive Guide, leading experts take Science Channel viewers on the hunt for life forms that lie beyond Earth, examine the probable human response to actual aliens landing on Earth, and divulge fascinating new scientific discoveries about the existence of extraterrestrials.

Fresh off his national media tour regarding the Russian meteor explosion which occurred earlier this month, Science Channel spokesperson, TED Fellow and world-renowned astrophysicist Hakeem Oluseyi, offers his expertise on the ARE WE ALONE? phenomenon and what scientists are working on right now in the search for life beyond our planet.

ALIEN ENCOUNTERS

The Invasion World Premieres Tuesday, March 5 at 10 PM

The Offspring World Premieres Tuesday, March 12 at 10 PM

These two episodes of ALIEN ENCOUNTERS begin where last year’s two episodes left off. A swarm of alien spacecraft hover in the Earth’s atmosphere and suddenly deposit thousands of mysterious capsules on the surface. How will mankind respond to the extraterrestrial presence? Will humans panic or show restraint? Using cutting-edge science and dramatic science fiction, ALIEN ENCOUNTERS examines these exciting questions and more.

ALIENS: THE DEFINITIVE GUIDE

Episode One World Premieres Tuesday, March 19 at 10 PM

Episode Two World Premieres Tuesday, March 26 at 10 PM

This all-new special is an “Encyclopedia Galactica” of non-Earth life forms, and an investigation into the latest scientific understanding of life beyond planet Earth. ALIENS: THE DEFINITIVE GUIDE showcases the brilliant scientists who are currently grappling with extraordinary questions about alien life.

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  • Kepler Newton

    Wouldn’t a ship that has half the G of earth pull the moon dangerously closer? Also, wouldn’t something of that mass raise extreme tides on both the ocean and the land – unleashing every fault line and raising tsunamis? Just asking…