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In conjunction with the first total solar eclipse in the continental U.S. in 99 years, Science Channel celebrates by presenting a definitive series on Earth's closest neighbors in the solar system, The Planets. Former NASA astronaut Mike Massimino hosts, guiding viewers through eight, hourlong episodes that detail Venus, Mars, the newly discovered Planet 9, Exoplanets and more. A best-selling author, Massimino is a veteran of two missions in the Hubble Space Telescope and four space walks. He's also credited as the first person to tweet from space.Renamed The Planets and Beyond with Season 2, Astronaut Mike Massimino continues the exploration of the planets in our solar system and beyond. From the Gas Giants to mysterious exo-planets light years away, this is the definitive series about alien worlds.

Genres: Drama | History | Science-Fiction
Station: Science (US)
Rating: 0/10 from 0 users
Status: Running
Start: 2017-08-22

The Planets Air Dates

S02E12 - Alien Stars: Mystery of the Monsters Air Date: 05 September 2018 02:00 -

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Astronaut Mike Massimino journeys to the deadliest stars in the universe, and though these terrifying suns can rip planets apart, they might be integral to life on Earth.

S02E13 - Alien Volcanoes: Life in Hell Air Date: 12 September 2018 02:00 -

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Astronaut Mike Massimino uses the latest science to explore the alien volcanoes of distant worlds and reveals if they are hotbeds for extraterrestrial life.

S02E14 - Alien Moons: The Next Earth Air Date: 19 September 2018 02:00 -

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Mike Massimino journeys to the alien moons of our solar system, and discovers if these strange worlds could be habitable for life beyond earth.

S02E15 - Alien Oceans: Search for Life Air Date: 26 September 2018 02:00 -

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Astronaut Mike Massimino explores the mysterious oceans of our solar system, where the latest discoveries provide new clues in the search for alien life.

The Planets Actors

Erik Todd Dellums(Narrator)

Michael J. Massimino(Host)

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