The groundbreaking BBC series Earth From Space offers viewers an incredible look at the world from above.
The series displays to viewers how the earth is gradually changing and offers stunning visuals of earth’s landscapes and wildlife.
But how was Earth from Space filmed? Here’s everything you need to know.
- How to watch David Attenborough’s climate change documentary?
- How exactly did they manage to film Our Planet?
- The seal scene in Our Planet blew audiences away
How was Earth From Space filmed?
The video footage captured for Earth From Space was filmed using 3,000 satellites.
The satellites constantly orbit the Earth and are equipped with cameras which capture the beauty of the earth below
The footage provides an effective way to monitor the health of our planet.
What is Earth From Space about?
Earth From Space aims to tell the stories of life on our planet from a brand new perspective.
The BBC series reveals new discoveries and incredible colours and patterns, many of which can only be appreciated from above.
The current state of planet Earth is also displayed through the revealing footage.
- Is new Netflix series Our Planet 100% real?
- How OLD is David Attenborough?
- Stunning Earth From Space pics will blow your mind!
How to watch Earth From Space?
Earth From Space will air on BBC One.
The four-part series airs on Wednesdays at 9 pm.
Viewers can catch up with the series on BBC iPlayer.
WATCH EARTH FROM SPACE EVERY WEDNESDAY AT 9 PM ON BBC ONE.
Meet chef Emily Scott, the award-winning Great British Menu contestant from Cornwall!