Discovery Science to unravel universe’s mysteries with ‘Space Month’ in November

MUMBAI: Discovery Science will be exploring the space and uncover the mysteries of the universe via a special programming block called Space Month.

The show will premiere on 2 November and will be aired every Monday - Friday at 9 pm.

Space Month will take viewers on a voyage to rediscover the universe and its attractions, the Earth’s orbit and will offer a deeper understanding of the cosmos.

Discovery Networks Asia-Pacific EVP and GM-South Asia Rahul Johri voiced, “Discovery Science challenges viewers to look beyond the known and intrigues them to question everything. Space month will give viewers a dynamic and immersive tour of the most extreme forces the universe has to offer. The programming special is bound to leave the viewers mesmerised.”

The journey will chart into the unknown with What on Earth? With explicit and enchanting photographs of our planet from million miles away, it will force the question, what on Earth is that? The series will use state of the art technology satellites to find structures and cities lost for thousands of years.

The other programmes in this space month are In Space: 50 Years of Space Exploration,which will offer an in-depth analysis chronicling 50 years of unique achievements in space and exciting developments for the future.

Next in the line is, Unraveling The Cosmos, which will take an immersive 3D tour of the vast scale and extreme distances in our universe.

On the other hand, the show called Space Voyages will bring to light projects including Explorer, Ranger, Mariner and Surveyor that have been the unsung heroes in the story of space.

The next show in line One Giant Leap will be based on interviews with the surviving astronauts, families, and other key players, along with stunning high-definition NASA films and never-before-seen home movie collections, transport viewers back in time to discover a fascinating, untold story of the man’s journey to the moon.

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