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May 18, 2021, 7:45pm
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Discover the Mysteries of the Universe with These Best Space Themed Documentaries

Documentary films and series introduce you to all kinds of secrets of the universe.

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President, teacher, racing driver or astronaut. These are the most common children's answers to the question about their dream profession. But did you know that in order to become an astronaut, you must meet really demanding conditions? For example, you shouldn't be older than 50 years old, you need a technical degree, you must be in great shape, able to swim well and fit into a spacesuit, which, by the way, costs about $ 12 million.

 

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Even if you don't become an astronaut, thanks to almost six hundred people who have had the opportunity to visit space so far, and advanced photography, you can at least peek into space virtually - through the screen of your TV or tablet. So if you are tempted to explore the infinite universe, pay attention. In cooperation with the documentary station TV Spektrum, we have selected several films and series that you should definitely not miss.

 

 

1. Planet Earth

This series will show you the path we have taken so far as humanity in the hope that one day we will dominate outer space and uncover the mysteries of the universe. In six episodes, you will reach the farthest depths of the universe. You can also watch the pioneers of spaceflight plunge into the unknown and discover what new methods we are exploring the universe with today. The series also reveals what it was like to land on the Moon and the plans to colonize Mars.

 

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2. The Planets

This series uses great visual effects, bringing to life the most significant events that are taking place in our solar system. Each episode introduces you to the thrilling history of all eight planets and explains how they got their current image. You will learn the latest scientific research, which has discovered waterfalls on Mars, explained the mass journey of the planets, at the beginning of which each planet had to "fight" for its position, and the future of Saturn at the moment when one of its moons turns into a flooded sphere.

 

Source: NASA

 

3. Layers of the Universe

This program reveals the most hidden secrets of the universe and takes you to some never-before-seen places . With the help of an amazing computer animation, it clearly explains the structure of the universe, its origin and the essence of its greatest wonders. The individual episodes feature experts who acquaint you with various missions or experiments, the aim of which is to explore unique and undiscovered spaces in the universe.

 

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4. In Search Of...

Hosted and co-produced by the Emmy nominated Zachary Quinto (Star Trek, Snowden), this series doesn't take you on a trip to space. Instead you learn more about the various mysteries associated with alien encounters, observing UFOs, time travel or artificial intelligence. In this series, Zachary Quinto sets out to solve the world's greatest mysteries and search for the truth.

 

 

5.  Revolutions: The Ideas that Changed the World

This series will show you the origin of six very important inventions, which also play an important role in our knowledge of the universe. You will learn all the details and interesting facts about how an airplane, a car, a rocket, a smartphone, a telescope or a robot were created. Also that beneath them, there are thoughts that trace back to more than thousands of years ago.

 

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Diamond planet, or enormous alcohol cloud 

In these documentaries, you'll learn a lot of interesting things. For example, the fact that you can find literally anything in space. For example: Did you know that there's a planet full of diamonds called 55 Cancri e, which has an incalculable value and is twice the diameter of the planet Earth? Or that the Sun is so immensely huge that it can hold a little over a million Earths?

 

It is also interesting to learn that there is absolute silence in the universe and that the sound has no way to spread there, because there is no atmosphere. All those explosions or shooting sounds in sci-fi movies are just for the effect, in reality you wouldn't hear anything.

 

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Another non-traditional discovery, which you will learn in these documentaries and series, is that after returning from space, you are likely to get a craving for a grilled steak. Several astronauts said that their spacesuit smelled of grilled meat when they returned from space. This is due to the polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon, which is formed during the decay of stars, but also when grilling meat on charcoal.

 

In space, well at the ISS space station anyway, alcohol is not allowed. However, there are more than enough supplies in the surrounding universe. While studying the cosmos, scientists came across an enormous gas cloud made of alcohol, which would be enough to produce 400 quadrillion (quadrillion = 24 zero's) beers. You could also make rum or raspberry schnapps, as ethyl formate has also been found in space, which is responsible for the taste of raspberries and rum.

 

Source: Miriam Espacio on Pexels

 

And last but not least, in the universe you can also find various bizarre things that are unthinkable on planet Earth. Like hot ice, for example. An unusual phenomenon occurs on the exoplanet called Gliese 436 b, which consists of various water elements. The pressure on the planet causes the ice to remain in a solid state. Due to the high surface temperature (approximately 300 ̊C), steam escapes from it and it melts at the same time.

Tune in to the universe from home every day

Undoubtedly, the universe is a truly fascinating place that will provide many more answers to unanswered questions in the future. If you want to learn as much as possible about the universe, watch the series full of superinteresting curiosities about the universe every day at 8 pm on TV Spektrum. For example the already mentioned Planet Earth, The Planets, Layers of the Universe, but also Guide to the Solar System, Einstein and Hawking - Unlocking the Universe, Expedition to the Moon in Eight Days and the film The Moment That Changed the World - Moon Landing.

 

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