Head into the heart of the universe's biggest storms and discover cataclysmic space weather that could cripple all life on Earth.
Planets, moons and stars are all at risk of violent earthquake and volcanic upheaval. The violence unleashed on these worlds provides a frightening blueprint of what could happen on Earth.
Travel back in time to see how the ancients studied and used the stars. From timing hunts to laying the foundations of civilisation, the stars were vital to our social and spiritual evolution.
The cycle of life and death for asteroids, comets, moons, planets, stars - even galaxies - is a lot bigger and more complex than you might think. Theirs are epic tales of death and rebirth.
We've landed on the moon, and launched probes to study planets hundreds of millions of miles away. But when it comes to space travel, we're just beginners. Find out how tough it is defying gravity.
Building in zero gravity is like building a ship, at sea... while it's moving. Construction in space represents the future of human civilisation but also poses huge technical difficulties.
From Venus' lava-covered surface to the solar system's largest volcano on Mars and beyond to Jupiter's moon Io, the most volcanically active place we know, the universe is a truly explosive place.
See how everything from basic household items and vehicles to our most advanced technologies here on Earth are being transformed for use in outer space.
Our Sun is a tremendous source of energy and danger but it has nothing on the incredible giants and exploding supernovae beyond our solar system, not to mention the most intense of all - black holes.
Deep ocean and deep space are the two most daunting frontiers left in science. Exploring both could answer questions about how life originated on Earth and the ultimate fate of the universe.
Travel deep into the cosmos to witness the most violent impacts in the universe. Collisions so powerful they shake the foundations of space itself, including those that created Earth and the moon.
The incredible discoveries scientists are making in the hunt for life in the cosmos may force us to re-evaluate our basic beliefs about where life might exist on - and off - our home planet.
The hunt for precious stones and metals is evolving from digging deep within our home planet to mining new energy sources and vital resources in the furthest reaches of the solar system.
From eating to sleeping to sex, we're only just beginning to understand the human body's ability to endure the intensity of travelling far away from Earth into the zero gravity vacuum of space.
Earth's wildest weather is nothing compared to other planets, where winds reach 17,000 km/h and liquid methane rains. Brave the heart of the universe's biggest super-storms.
In the cosmos' vast expanse, nothing matters more than speed. Whether venturing out to the farthest reaches of the solar system or exploring the mysteries of space and time, speed is the key.
Hidden behind all its serene beauty, the universe is a place of lurking peril, full of powers so immense they defy our comprehension. Take a look at the universe's dark side, a cosmos of impending menace. From earthquakes to hurricanes to massive asteroid impacts and exploding stars, explore its explosive powers and uncover the destructive forces that could be unleashed at any moment.
In the known universe, size matters. From the enormity of the galaxy, to the tiny atoms that are the building blocks of everything, the universe is a place of extreme sizes. From the unimaginably big to the incomprehensibly small, explore size in the universe and exactly what it means to us and our understanding of the cosmos.
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