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    • Cosmic Journeys – Saturn’s Mysterious Moons

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      A mysterious world 900 million miles in the outer regions of our Solar System circling around the planet Saturn is waiting to be discovered. Founded by W. Herschel in 1789, Enceladus remains composed in ice. It is one of the most radiant objects in our solar system because almost all of the sunlight that hits it surface is thrown back into space. New discoveries reveal this faraway outpost may harbour subsurface oceans and essential conditions for life.

      You be in awe as Cosmic Journey-Saturn’s Mysterious Moons use awe-inspiring imagery to bring these moons to life. The Cassini probe enter the orbit of Saturn in July 2004 and it was then that this phenomenal series of  photographs were taken. They are a collection of time and show a different side to this giant gas planet. Showcasing its colourful rings and vast collection moons, the imagery is breath-taking.

      This is a great documentary for anyone interested in Saturn, its moon or the solar system as a whole. The beautiful images in this documentary make it a great-watch for everyone. Journey inside Saturn with this film and explore its many rings and moons. One of the best films I have seen about Saturn and its moons yet.


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      Published on April 28, 2010 · Filed under: Astronomy, Space, Cosmology, Physics, Science, Technology
    • Rossman

      LOVE these space docs. Seems like a series.

    • viking

      I think it is a series. I cannot stand the way the narrator sounds and have immediately stopped and shit-canned several potentially good documentaries. Personally I do not like a male narrator that has a horribly breathy way of talking and with no emotion in the voice. He sounds like a pedophile whispering in someone’s ear. Creepy and disgusting.