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Ice Giants

The team explores the vast frozen worlds of Uranus and Neptune, while astro-photographer Damian Peach shares his tips for capturing these jewels of the night sky.

The vast frozen worlds of Uranus and Neptune are the most enigmatic and mysterious planets in the solar system. From the most powerful winds ever recorded to their exotic atmospheres, what makes these planets so unique? Chris Lintott and Maggie Aderin-Pocock reveal the latest images of the ice giants, while award-winning astro-photographer Damian Peach shares his tips for capturing these jewels of the night sky.

30 minutes

This month's guest experts

This month's guest experts
Meet Dr Chamkaur Ghag and other scientists unravelling the mysteries of the frozen planets.

Neptune

Neptune

Voyager 2 made its closest approach to this beautiful blue planet on 25 August 1989.

Uranus

Uranus

Voyager 2 took this parting shot of the crescent Uranus on 25 January 1986.

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Role Contributor
Presenter Chris Lintott
Presenter Maggie Aderin-Pocock
Series Producer Rob Liddell
Executive Producer Jonathan Renouf

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