Best Space Documentaries
Credit: Duane Beckett / Midjourney

Since humanity’s earliest days, we’ve gazed at the stars, curious about the mysteries of space. Over time, our understanding of the cosmos has grown, and today, we live in an era where this knowledge is more accessible than ever, thanks to television, movies, and streaming services. In this list, we delve into the best space documentaries currently streaming, offering mind-blowing conspiracy theories and eye-opening insights into the universe.

The Wonderful: Stores from the Space Station (2021)

Astronaut In Space
Credit: Credit: Duane Beckett / Midjourney

Alien Worlds (2020)

Alien World
Credit: Credit: Duane Beckett / Midjourney

Behind The Curve (2018)

Flat Earth Image
Credit: Credit: Towarzysz Przewodniczący / Wiki Commons

Black Holes: The Edge of All We Know (2020)

Black Hole
Credit: Credit: Duane Beckett / Midjourney

Return to Space (2022)

Rocket Garden
Credit: Credit: Andreas Hörstemeier / Wiki Commons

The Last Man on the Moon (2014)

Last Person On The Moon
Credit: Credit: Duane Beckett / Midjourney

Mission Control: The Unsung Heroes of Apollo (2017)

Mission Control For Apollo 11
Credit: Credit: Alan Wilson / Wiki Commons

IMAX: Hubble (2010)

Hubble Telescope View Of The Universe
Credit: Credit: ASA, ESA, H. Teplitz and M. Rafelski (IPAC/Caltech), A. Koekemoer (STScI), R. Windhorst (Arizona State University), and Z. Levay (STScI) / ESA/Hubble – https://esahubble.org/copyright/

Good Night Oppy (2022)

Mars Rover Droid
Credit: Credit: Duane Beckett / Midjourney

Apollo 11 (2019)

Apollo 11 Command Module
Credit: Credit: Smithsonian Institution/Eric Long / Wiki Commons

The Farthest (2017)

Probe In Distant Space
Credit: Credit: Duane Beckett / Midjourney

Into the Universe with Stephen Hawking (2010)

Professor Stephen Hawking
Credit: Credit: Doug Wheller / Wiki Commons

One Strange Rock (2018)

Earth From Space
Credit: Credit: Duane Beckett / Midjourney

The Planets (2019)

Professor Brian Cox
Credit: Credit: Kevin Gill / Wiki Commons

Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey (2014)

Neil Degrasse Tyson
Credit: Credit: Bruce F Press / Wiki Commons