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While watching The Planets, be prepared to fight your way past all kinds of
computer animation which makes Walking with Dinosaurs seem like the last word in
realism. It seems that no solar or planetary event which ever happened (or which
may or may not have happened) is worthy of mention here without recourse to
lovingly detailed shots of implausible-looking collisions and explosions. These
come complete with sound effects, despite the fact that there is no sound in the
vacuum of space, and are enhanced by a range of colours, some of which are
visible only to bees. Somehow Patrick Moore's The Sky at Night manages to convey
just as much excitement with little more than a couple of diagrams and the
presenter's hyperactive enthusiasm. Fortunately, this two-DVD set is redeemed by
both its subject matter and its sheer scope, offering all eight 50-minute
episodes of the 1999 documentary series covering the history of the solar system
and humanity's age-old desire to learn its secrets. Detailed indexing and scene
access makes this a convenient reference source too, so amateur astronomers
everywhere can finally bin those off-air VHS copies.
Contains all eight episodes from the series:- 'Different Worlds', 'Moon', 'Terra
Firma', 'Giants', 'Star', 'Atmosphere', 'Destiny' and 'Life'.