Space Month 2017

Every night in November from 8.30pm AEDT 

Get ready to head on an intergalactic exploration mission, as Space Month lands on Discovery Science, jam-packed with premieres from 8.30pm every night in November. 

It's an out of this world line-up that will have you reaching for the stars, and beyond, as we launch with 14 Minutes From Earth, which documents Google SVP Alan Eustace’s secret mission to set the world record for the highest-altitude free-fall, which he did by jumping from over 40km above Earth, in the stratosphere. 

Seeing the Beginning of Time takes viewers on a visually-compelling journey through the deep recesses of time, to find out how the universe set the stage for galaxies and worlds like ours in an era known as the Cosmic Dawn. 

Heading on a journey across the cosmos, other premiere titles include: Space Mistakes, Great American Eclipse, NASA’s Unexplained Files, The Dark Side of the Sun, and more. 

So strap in for blast off, as this stellar line up of exclusive documentaries takes you to the very edge of our solar system and back, right from the comfort of your sofa.

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