The universe has always attracted the attention of mankind with its secrets. Galaxies, Stars, Planets, Black Holes, Nebulas... All are very attractive and mysterious. Today we have compiled a list of the top 10 documentaries about the universe.
Cosmos is a 13-part documentary series written by Carl Sagan, Ann Druyan, and Steven Soter and presented by Carl Sagan. The documentary, which tells about the origin of life and the structure of the universe in a simple way that all viewers can understand, is one of the two most-watched documentaries among television productions in the USA.
Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey, a sequel to Cosmos written by Carl Sagan, Ann Druyan, and Steven Soter, and consisting of 13 episodes, is presented by Sagan's student, astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson.
Journey to the Universe with Stephen Hawking, a three-part documentary series written by Stephen Hawking, conveys the secrets of space and the existence of the universe in a simple and understandable language.
The 2011 documentary produced by physicist Brian Cox consists of four parts. The documentary, which focuses on an aspect of the universe that is seen as 'wonderful', is a continuation of Wonders of the Solar System.
Wonders of the Solar System is presented by physicist Brian Cox. Consisting of a total of five parts, Wonders of the Solar System focuses on the miracles of the Solar System.
The documentary presented by actor Morgan Freeman consists of a total of 63 episodes. The documentary trying to answer questions like “Is time travel possible?”, “Who created humans?” and “Is there a God?”
Hyperspace is a documentary created by the BBC and presented by actor Sam Neill, covers many topics from whether we are alone in the universe to black holes and stardust. The documentary, which consists of six episodes in total, also touches on the technologies being developed in the field of astronomy.
Journey to the Edge of the Universe, a National Geographic documentary using images compiled from the Hubble Telescope and computer imaging, tries to explain many issues about the universe, from planets to black holes.
The series, which started broadcasting on Discovery Channel in 2010 is trying to answer questions like “How was the universe created?” and “How it works?”.