BBC Two's The Planets has stormed onto screens, taking us on a visually-thrilling journey through the solar system.
VFX company Lola Post Production used images of planet Earth's most impressively vast sites to help create a model of each planet's surface - mainly the rocky terrains of Iceland and Norway, Lanzarote's volcanoes and the great expanses of sand covering Oman and Jordan.
Combining them with imagery and data recorded by space probes on the planets themselves, the images of Earth helped to create accurate interpretations of what it'd be like if we really could wander around Mars or Saturn.
Here's a little look at the sites they used, and how they transformed them...
Iceland becomes Mars