Seriously, did anyone see their most recent program called Voyage to The Planets and Beyond? It's totally ridiculous! The program is about a manned voyage to 5 of the 9 planets and close pass by the sun, a voyage that alone takes over 1200 days. I'll list some of the outragous events that take place. 1. The CREW, yes the crew, land on Venus and are able to walk around and explore it in space suits. The surface of Venus is over 900F and the pressure is several hundred times greater than the pressure on Earth's surface. No space suit, let alone any probe, could survive more than a few minutes on the surface. Someone couldn't even survive on Venus, even wearing a suit, for more than a few seconds. This is CRAZY! 2. Another things, one of the fictional biologists states it might be possible for life to be on Venus because they is life in hot springs on Earth. ARGH! The is a huge difference between 180F water and 900F sulfuric acid! 3. Another part, the spaceship travels through the asteriod belt. Yes, they travel throught it! No mission would ever dare doing this! The ship wouldn't stand a chance! In the program they show small chuncks of rock just foating around minding their own bussiness. They seem to forget all about the pea sized rocks flying around at 80,000+ mph. The ship would have been bombarded to death with thousands of these little bullets. 4. Then they go into Saturn's Rings! One of the crew member's even goes out to capture some sample rocks! As stated in #3 they would have been killed by the little shards of rock buzzing around at 80,000 mph! 5. Finally, they land on a Comet and it explodes. The ship is hit with car sized boulders and the ship isn't even dented or even bumbed off coarse a little. The landing craft was even hit with a car sized rock and the rock bounced right off! Even ignoring the fact that in real life the rocks would being going at several hundreds of mph, this is completely inane. Is anyone else suprised Discovery would air this trash? I think my favorite channel is slowly going down the drain.