A Traveler's Guide to the Planets
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currently known facts about the Universe. If you have
watched other programs of the same type you know
that sometimes they spend all of the episode guessing
about what you will find on other planets etc...
I also like that they didn't present things in a
negative way. Example; When the Sun explodes in an
estimated 5 billion years the outer planets will lose
all of their mass and all that will remain are the cores
of once giant planets.
When possible I like to deal in known facts not
theories. Anyway, this is just the opinion of one
person. Overall, I found it enjoyable.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
There's so much information that I want to memorize! Can you ask these inspirational geniuses to write a book identical to their talk and photographs? Read morePublished 6 months ago by Dorothy R. Stecker
This was a well done series from National Geographic. I liked how it was paced. I liked the simple yet informative commentary. The views of the planets was stunningly beautiful. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Lawrence J. Rupp
I liked the photos of the planets in the dvd. The dvd should be updated with all the latest photos and data information.Published 21 months ago by Joseph A. Martino
We got this for our son who is home-schooled, and the whole family loved the concept that National Geographic used--like a travel channel special, features on each planet that a... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Rmcelvr
I really love this set of DVDs on the planets! I learned things I never knew before about both our closest neighbors in the Milky Way and about unmanned missions to every planet. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Deborah Roberts