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Tune into new frontier tonight on PBS

Physicists open frontiers, especially those supported by the Office of Science. And tonight, viewers will have a chance to see some of those scientists in action thanks to the new, four-part PBS miniseries, The Fabric of the Cosmos.

Based off of Brian Greene’s bestseller, and supported by the Office of Science, the series will explore, and explain, the frontiers of space, time and the universe. It will introduce audiences to researchers at Fermilab, SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, who are pressing the boundaries of our perceptions. And it will take viewers beyond, to the mysteries of space, the illusion of time and the astonishing possibilities of the multiverse. So check your local listings to learn about the frontiers of physics . . . and The Fabric of the Cosmos.

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