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95 Worlds and Counting (2000)

Swimming in Neptune's moons, flying in Uranus' moons, jumping in Mars' moons, living in Jupiter's moons - welcome to the future of mankind, where you'll see the next worlds to discover.


Marc Etkind


Marc Etkind, Jeffrey Kluger (book)


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Cast overview:
John Lithgow ... Narrator (voice)
Jeffrey Kargel Jeffrey Kargel ... Himself (as Professor Jeffrey Kargel)
Ashley Davies Ashley Davies ... Himself
Rosaly Lopes Rosaly Lopes ... Herself (as Professor Rosalyn Lopes)
Laszlo Keszthelyi Laszlo Keszthelyi ... Himself (as Professor Laszlo Keszthelyi)
Dan Durda ... Himself (as Dr. Daniel Durda)
Peter Schultz Peter Schultz ... Himself (as Professor Peter Schultz)
Eugene Cernan ... Himself (as Captain Gene Cernan)
Ralph Lorenz Ralph Lorenz ... Himself (as Dr. Ralph Lorenz)
Philip R. West Philip R. West ... Himself (as Dr. Phil West)
Richard Terrile Richard Terrile ... Himself (as Professor Richard Terrile)
Richard Greenberg Richard Greenberg ... Himself (as Dr. Richard Greenberg)
Randy Tufts Randy Tufts ... Himself (as Dr. Randy Tufts)
Jody Deming Jody Deming ... Herself


John Lithgow is the narrator of this fantastic travel by the Solar System, crossing the void of the outer space until to come to the different moons of the Solar System's planets. In they, some scientific explains the different conditions and habitats, and as the humans could be fly like a birds, swim like a dolphins and jumps like a kangaroos for miles and miles. A show what nobody would can't lose. Written by Chockys

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2000 (USA) See more »

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Excellent CGI!
22 August 2007 | by alpha0102See all my reviews

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Excellent CGI!

Quite why this is is categorised as science fiction i cannot understand.

Based on current science facts known about the moons of each planet in the system of Sol at the time of production, 2000, this documentary brings you on a fantastic journey to them and outlines what an astronaut visiting the moons would encounter and experience, again, based on science fact not fiction at all.

I was astounded by the computer generated imagery and in my opinion this is one of the best ever documentaries in the field of local cosmology.

Adults will no doubt be as enraptured by it but it is also a great film for getting your children interested in the field of cosmology because as much as it is scientifically accurate it is very enjoyable and easy to understand.

As technology evolves as far as space exploration is concerned our kids may well be going out into the Solar system in their lifetimes and i see documentaries like this one as being required viewing to engender interest in something which may well become an important field of knowledge for them, any teachers reading this comment, show this to your class! It will definitely hold their attention and generate further questions and hypothesis about moons and the Solar system, to work on the subject with.

By this point it may be 7 years old but still entirely accurate and %100 relevant.

If you have an opportunity to see this do not pass it up, you'll love it.

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