NOVA: The Planets
Sending probes out to investigate each of our solar system's other planets and their moons up close has dramatically increased our understanding of how each planet was born and developed. In this fascinating series, planetary scientists discuss the remarkable information they've learned from the data & images sent back from the probes that have helped them understand just how visually stunning and unique each planet and its moons are from one another, and the roles that Jupiter and Saturn played in the story of where the other planets would eventually find a stable orbit around the sun and how this orbital position so strongly affected how the smaller planets would develop into such different worlds, even though they all formed from the same rocky material and gas that orbited the young sun. These probes have also helped scientists piece together the amazing series of events that happened in the distant past which may have led to the earth becoming a water world, teeming with life. This series reminds me of just how fortunate I am to live on our perfect spaceship, the beautiful planet Earth that has nurtured so many forms of life for so long, while all of the other planets are so hostile to life, or they lost their habitabiity long ago. I'm much more aware, after watching "The Planets" that in a few hundred million years, because as it ages our sun will get much brighter and hotter, so will the Earth, and it will no longer be a world that can support life. This series is marvelous and I highly recommend it to everyone who has an inquiring mind and a sense of wonder about this universe, and if there are other intelligent beings lucky enough to live on a planet filled with a rich diversity of life in another solar system as fascinating as ours.
THE PLANETS On NOVA
—The Life Of Our Solar System Told In Five Dramatic Stories Spanning Billions Of Years—
Among the stars in the night sky wander the eight-plus worlds of our own solar system — each home to truly awe-inspiring sights. Volcanoes three times higher than Everest, geysers erupting with icy plumes, cyclones larger than Earth lasting hundreds of years. Each of our celestial neighbors has a distinct personality and a unique story.
In this five-part series, NOVA will explore the awesome beauty of the planets, including Saturn’s 175,000-mile-wide rings, Mars’ ancient waterfalls four times the size of any found on Earth, and Neptune’s winds — 12 times stronger than any hurricane felt on our planet.
Using unique special effects and extraordinary footage captured by orbiters, landers and rovers, we’ll treat viewers to an up-close look at these faraway worlds.
We’ll stand on the dark side of Pluto, lit only by the reflected light of its moons; watch the sun set over an ancient Martian waterfall; and witness a storm twice the size of Earth from high above Saturn.
And, we’ll reveal how each of them has affected our own planet: Earth.
The series features interviews with leading scientists from the world’s most renowned space missions, from the Cassini mission around Saturn, to the Voyager Missions 1 and 2 to the outer solar system, to the New Horizons mission to Pluto and the Kuiper Belt.
Featured experts include Ashwin Vasavada, Curiosity Project scientist, NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL); Linda Spilker, Cassini Project scientist at NASA’s JPL and many more.
“Inner Worlds” repeats Wednesday, March 17 at 9:30 p.m. - The rocky planets - Mercury, Venus, Earth and Mars - were born of similar material around the same time, yet only one supports life. Were Earth's neighbors always so extreme? Is there somewhere else in the solar system where life might flourish?
“Jupiter” is available to stream on demand - Jupiter's massive gravitational force made it a wrecking ball when it barreled through the early solar system. But it also shaped life on Earth, delivering comets laden with water - and perhaps even the fateful asteroid that wiped out the dinosaurs.
“Saturn” is available to stream on demand - NASA's Cassini explores Saturn for 13 years, looping through its icy rings and flying by its moons. The probe captures stunning ring-moon interactions, but when it finds the ingredients for life on the moon Enceladus, a bittersweet decision is made.
“Ice Worlds” is available to stream on demand - In the far reaches of the solar system, Uranus and Neptune dazzle with unexpected rings, supersonic winds and dozens of moons. And NASA's New Horizons gets a stunning up-close view of Pluto before venturing deep into the Kuiper Belt.
“Mars” is not currently scheduled to broadcast.
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A BBC Studios production with NOVA and WGBH Boston for PBS and BBC. The series is part of a co-production deal among PBS and BBC Studios. The partnership provides a pipeline of the high-quality, entertaining factual programs. Series Executive Producer for NOVA is Chris Schmidt. Series Producer for BBC Studios Science is Gideon Bradshaw. Deputy Executive Producer for NOVA is Julia Cort. NOVA is a production of WGBH Boston. It was commissioned for BBC One by Tom McDonald, Head of Commissioning, Natural History and Specialist Factual, and is overseen for PBS by Bill Gardner, Vice President of Programming and Development.
The Planets (2019 TV series)
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