A Traveler’s Guide to the Planets
The ultimate in adventure travel, but not for the faint of heart. The super modern traveler must withstand space radiation drastic climate change 840 degrees in the sun at least 275 degrees in the shade, the crushing gravity, acid smog, and blisters.
But the setting – to beat the red eye of Jupiter, Saturn’s bright rings – are out of this world. Take off with the Traveler’s Guide to the planets, final travel guide for National Geographic Channel in the Solar System. Learn what to pack, what planet has the best views, and where to park the vehicle.
In each episode an hour, see breathtaking images of each planet, including highly detailed images captured by today’s ultra high-tech telescopes. Advanced animation that takes up close and personal with these distant worlds, as we stepped into the room to get a better view of the neighbors.
Then travel with NASA experts for extreme environments on our own planet as the Atacama desert in Chile or the volcanoes of Hawaii are providing scientists with valuable information about what a trip to one of our planetary neighbors could be. And see the next generation of spacecraft, as they are prepared for future missions can make the dream of interplanetary travel, even closer than ever.
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