[Barcelona] : Planeta, 2003.
1 videodisc (61 min.) : sd., col. with b&w sequences ; 4 3/4 in.

Cartografia: Traces the history of maps, from cave-wall carvings in Europe to vehicle dashboard maps linked to satellites, from Marco Polo to Lewis and Clark, and from Ptolemy to Mercator. Relates how Andrew McNally and William Rand turned a small Chicago print shop into the world's largest mapmaker, and covers the role of maps in World War II, the impact of computer technology on mapmaking, and the Global Positioning System.

Observatorios: In this extraordinary program, the world's most renowned scientist tell the complete story of observatories from Stonehenge to the Hubble telescope. Historians introduce the men and women who battled public ridicule in the quest to unlock the secrets of the cosmos. And astronomers reveal the discoveries that may finally offer a glimpse at the very dawn of creation itself.