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What on Earth? is a documentary series using satellite images of strange geological occurrences and man-made structures on Earth to examine such matters as the planet's extreme locations, phenomena and species.

Genres: Family | Educational | Discovery/Science
Station: Science (US)
Rating: 6.5/10 from 2 users
Status: Running
Start: 2015-02-10

What on Earth? Season 1 Air Dates

S01E01 - Lake of Blood Air Date: 11 February 2015 02:00 -

A massive tsunami hundreds of feet high that never touches land; a huge sinkhole in Florida; a secret underground base in China; a lake of blood in Baghdad.

S01E02 - Lost City of Gold Air Date: 18 February 2015 02:00 -

Strange barren rings in the Namib desert; An island the size of Manhattan disappears without a trace; a lost city in the middle of the Amazonian jungle; a strange image from Area 51.

S01E03 - Secrets of the Sahara Air Date: 25 February 2015 02:00 -

How the Eye of the Sahara, a beautiful 25 mile structure, is formed remains a mystery; incredible clouds emanating from an island in the Indian Ocean could be evidence of a terrigying new weather weapon.

S01E04 - Finding Sodom Air Date: 04 March 2015 02:00 -

NASA astronaut Mike Barratt examines a strange rings in ice seen on a satellite image of the worlds oldest lake in Russia. A satellite image is examined that could possibly hold the key to the location of Sodom and Gomorah. A vast cloud like plume that travels over New Mexico into Texas.

S01E05 - North Korea is Burning Air Date: 11 March 2015 01:00 -

A possible smoke screen over North Korea concerns military analysts; an amateur archaeologist makes a fantastic discovery of not one but two forgotten pyramids in Egypt.

S01E06 - Nazi Ice Fortress Air Date: 18 March 2015 01:00 -

Strange images of craters in a line across Missouri; Strange satellite images of lights at night in uninhabited areas of Australia and the Dakota's in the U.S.; Possible Nazi fortress in Antartica; Possible ancient trade route that may lead to the lost city of Ubar; Strange hexagonal shaped cloud formations near the Bahamas.

What on Earth? Actors

Steven Kearney(Narrator)

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