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"04.01.2017 22:32:25" National Geographic Channel's cover photo
"19.12.2016 20:24:56" MARS: Crossroads In the dramatic season finale of #MARS, a devastating tragedy befalls the colony—tonight at 9/8c.
"19.12.2016 18:04:45" MARS: Poll Results We asked you if you'd personally take the trip to Mars—and this is how you answered:
"19.12.2016 16:03:15" MARS: Mars Desert Research Station Hab Take a 360 look at the Mars Desert Research Station, a Martian habitat simulator. Catch up on the entire #MARS series, tonight at 6/5c. https://goo.gl/Ttdv8i
"19.12.2016 14:42:26" StarTalk: What is Space Time? Neil deGrasse Tyson blows William Shatner's mind with this space time fact. #StarTalkTV
"16.12.2016 22:11:47" National Geographic Magazine Introducing the January issue: Our special exploration of gender—in science, in social systems, and in civilizations throughout history. Download the issue now on iOS: http://on.natgeo.com/2gSp4u5 or order today: http://on.natgeo.com/2hEreKY
"16.12.2016 21:02:18" MARS: SpaceX Makes History With unprecedented access to Elon Musk and his SpaceX team, witness the historic landing of a Falcon 9 rocket at Cape Canaveral. #MARS
"16.12.2016 19:23:04" Continent 7: Where Does the Waste Go? Join a group of Antarctic scientists as they build the world's coldest porta-potty, known as the "waste tent." #Continent7
"16.12.2016 16:09:38" Explorer - Richard Runs Through It: Refugees Wanted Take a look at the global refugee crisis and how some cities are taking a novel approach to the problem. #Explorer
"15.12.2016 21:51:02" StarTalk - Mars: A Vacation Destination? Neil deGrasse Tyson explains why Mars would be a novel vacation spot, but not a place you'd want to live.
"15.12.2016 19:44:01" Years of Living Dangerously: Factory to the World In Hong Kong, Sigourney Weaver learns what could happen if China doesn't make a major shift in its economic growth model. Years of Living Dangerously #YEARSproject
"15.12.2016 14:57:49" news.nationalgeographic.com Why the Moon Looks Bigger Near the Horizon Find out more about the moon illusion, which has been puzzling scientists since at least the fourth century B.C. Find out more about the moon illusion, which has been puzzling scientists since at least the fourth century B.C.
"14.12.2016 20:04:45" news.nationalgeographic.com A Photographer's Journey Into Haiti's Cholera Crisis After Hurricane Matthew hit, a silent killer struck the fragile country—again. After Hurricane Matthew hit, a silent killer struck the fragile country—again.
"13.12.2016 17:24:33" Explorer: Big Trophy Hunting More than 18,000 hunters from around the world spend upwards of $325 million on hunting in Africa yearly. Bryan Christy visits a big game park in Zimbabwe to see how conservation balances with the big game hunts funding the park. #Explorer
"13.12.2016 15:57:29" news.nationalgeographic.com How to See a Meteor Shower During the Last Supermoon of 2016 In an unusual double feature for sky-watchers, the Geminids will peak during the year's final super-close full moon. Two grand sky-watching spectacles are about to battle it out this week, as the peak of the Geminid meteor shower meets the final supermoon of 2016.
"12.12.2016 18:15:43" MARS: Darkest Days Physiological pressures overwhelm the Daedalus crew. Scientists examine the effects of extreme isolation. #MARS
"09.12.2016 15:42:53" news.nationalgeographic.com John Glenn, Pioneering Astronaut, Dies at Age 95 The man famous for being the first American to orbit Earth continued to push the boundaries of space travel throughout his career. John Herschel Glenn, Jr.—an astronaut, fighter pilot, and U.S. senator who is best known for being the first American to orbit the planet—died on Thursday at age 95.
"08.12.2016 14:45:57" news.nationalgeographic.com Mysterious Ocean Blob Found for First Time in a Century Scientists have identified a weird mass found off California. Scientists have confirmed the finding of a strange, elusive creature that hasn't been conclusively seen since it was first described in 1900.
"06.12.2016 21:14:21" Years of Living Dangerously: Autonomous Ride Join Modern Family's Ty Burrell on Years of Living Dangerously as he takes a ride in a self-driving car. #YEARSproject
"06.12.2016 15:07:03" MARS: Power In 2037, four years after Mars colonization, a storm threatens the outpost. #MARS
"05.12.2016 18:48:05" news.nationalgeographic.com Supermoon Meteors and 7 More Can't-Miss Sky Events in December Get ready to see lunar pairings, two meteor showers, and more celestial wonders this month. The coming month brings back-to-back meteor showers, the moon posing with planets, and plenty more reasons to look up at the night sky.
"02.12.2016 23:02:40" news.nationalgeographic.com How a Lowly Hedgehog Raised the Bar on Wildlife Care Before his death in July, former accountant Les Stocker changed the way we deal with injured animals in the wild. Before his death in July, former accountant Les Stocker changed the way we deal with injured animals in the wild.#ExplorerMoments
"01.12.2016 20:57:30" news.nationalgeographic.com We May Finally Know Why Astronauts Get Deformed Eyeballs A closer look at space travelers revealed that a buildup of brain fluids may be squishing their eyeballs from behind. A closer look at space travelers revealed that a buildup of brain fluids may be squishing their eyeballs from behind.
"30.11.2016 16:08:21" Years of Living Dangerously: The Last Norther White Rhinos Actor Aasif Mandvi visits the last three northern white rhinos at the Ol Pejeta Conservancy in Kenya on Years of Living Dangerously. #YearsProject
"29.11.2016 18:44:12" Continent 7: Tea...For Dinner? The #Continent7 team cooks up mince but when New Zealander's refer to it as "tea" everyone from the U.S. side gets confused. Antarctica New Zealand
"29.11.2016 15:15:38" nationalgeographic.com Top Ancient Sites for Stargazing From petroglyphs to castles carved into hilltops, explore our night sky through our ancestors at these amazing archaeological sites. From petroglyphs to castles carved into hilltops, explore our night sky through our ancestors at these amazing archaeological sites.
"23.11.2016 17:49:36" MARS: Why Should We Go to Mars? Experts are working hard to get humans on the surface of Mars in a matter of decades, which begs the question: why? #MARS
"22.11.2016 14:58:38" news.nationalgeographic.com NASA Team Claims 'Impossible' Space Engine Works—Get the Facts Scientists just published a paper saying that the controversial EmDrive produces thrust, even though that defies known laws of physics. After years of speculation, a maverick research team at NASA's Johnson Space Center has reached a milestone that many experts thought was impossible.
"21.11.2016 23:00:28" Continent 7: Breaking Antarctica's Ice Imagine yourself in 10-12 richter scale earthquake. That's what it feels like to be on board the U.S. Coast Guard Polar Star, the most powerful icebreaker in the world. #Continent7 See more: http://on.natgeo.com/2fdTe5p
"16.11.2016 23:19:02" MARS: A Year in Space Witness history as Astronaut Scott Kelly lifts off for a twelve-month mission on the International Space Station to test the impact of space on the human body. #MARS
"16.11.2016 19:09:57" Years of Living Dangerously: The Power of the Rainforest Gisele Bündchen confronts her fear of heights on a research tower in the Amazon to gain a new perspective of the rainforest and the incredible role it plays on our planet. #YEARSproject
"15.11.2016 15:54:50" National Geographic Channel
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"15.11.2016 02:00:00" Further Introducing National Geographic's new tagline, “Further,” an embodiment of the ethos and spirit that have defined who we are for over 128 years.
"14.11.2016 20:15:04" MARS: Daedalus to Land on Mars Tonight One way or another, history will be made tonight! The International Mars Science Foundation is just 12 hours away from attempting to set foot on #Mars. #CountdownToMars http://on.natgeo.com/2eXneWf
"14.11.2016 18:41:12" National Geographic Channel's cover photo
"14.11.2016 18:41:12" National Geographic Channel's cover photo
"09.11.2016 20:03:38" If We Colonize the Moon, This Company Wants to Ship Our Stuff Could this spacecraft make the moon accessible to everyone?
"09.11.2016 15:19:36" Explorer: What to Expect Our first stop on #Explorer is Indonesia, where some residents honor the deceased by living with the dead.
"07.11.2016 17:21:32" Years of Living Dangerously: Don Cheadle Visits Central Valley Don Cheadle travels to California's Central Valley on Years of Living Dangerously to learn how climate change is contributing to the drought in the region.
"04.11.2016 15:31:50" news.nationalgeographic.com 'Afghan Girl' Sharbat Gula Denied Bail, Reported Ill Pakistan's charges against Gula for allegedly holding a fraudulent ID continue despite an outpouring of support from the international community and the illness of the defendant. Pakistan's charges against Gula for allegedly holding a fraudulent ID continue despite an outpouring of support from the international community and the illness of the defendant.
"03.11.2016 15:08:07" news.nationalgeographic.com Record Supermoon and 9 More Can't-Miss Sky Events in November Get ready to see lunar pairings, meteor showers, and more this month. The coming month brings the roaring lion of meteor displays, dazzling planets, and plenty more reasons to look up at the night sky. You'll even have the chance to catch the most impressive supermoon in nearly seven decades.
"02.11.2016 22:33:03" Before the Flood: Pacific Island Flooding Displacing Communities The island nation of Kiribati is flooding, and its fresh water is being contaminated as sea levels rise.
Take action #BeforeTheFlood: http://on.natgeo.com/2eowMJr
"02.11.2016 18:41:25" MARS: Finding Shelter on Mars When humans live on Mars, what exactly will they call home? Experts share their vision of building habitats on the red planet. #CountdownToMars
"02.11.2016 14:49:55" YoLD: Jack Black Meets a Young Climate Activist Jack Black meets Delaney Reynolds, a 16-year-old climate activist from Florida. Some of the state's government officials don't think we should do anything about climate change, but young activists like Delaney are fighting to change that.
"01.11.2016 20:35:08" Years of Living Dangerously: Filming Ian Somerhalder in the Sub Take a behind the scenes look at how Years of Living Dangerously filmed in a deep-sea blue hole using two subs.
"01.11.2016 19:04:46" Years of Living Dangerously: Exploring Blue Holes Ian Somerhalder and Nikki Reed are on a mission to explore a blue hole, where they'll look into the past to discover the future of hurricanes.
"01.11.2016 14:46:28" news.nationalgeographic.com Inside the Quest for a Real 'Star Trek' Warp Drive It may be a while before starship captains can race across the galaxy, but engineers and physicists have a few ideas for making it so. It may be a while before starship captains can race across the galaxy, but engineers and physicists have a few ideas for making it so.
"31.10.2016 17:08:21" National Geographic Channel's cover photo
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"31.10.2016 17:05:16" StarTalk: Neil deGrasse Tyson Shares His Halloween Memories Before Neil deGrasse Tyson was a famous astrophysicist he spent Halloween just like everyone else. Neil reflects on how he spent Halloween in his youth:
"28.10.2016 21:37:25" Before MARS - Full Short Film We're proud to introduce our first digital short film! "Before MARS" is the dramatic backstory of twin sisters and future Mars pioneers Hana & Joon Seung from the upcoming series, MARS. Enjoy! #CountdownToMars
"27.10.2016 20:52:11" Years of Living Dangerously: Letterman Lets Loose In this behind-the-scenes Years of Living Dangerously clip, David Letterman explores the Indian countryside and interacts with the locals.
"27.10.2016 14:33:47" Before the Flood: Electricity in India Leonardo DiCaprio heads to India to learn about the country's reliance on coal as a cheap source of electricity, and why the adoption of solar in India is so important. #BeforeTheFlood
"26.10.2016 19:05:13" MARS: Novo Mundo We're releasing the full first episode of MARS here on Facebook! The 6-part event series tells the story of the first manned mission to the red planet. If you enjoy the show, join us tonight at 8 ET for a special Live conversation with the filmmakers.
"26.10.2016 15:03:08" MARS: Finding Water on Mars How will the first settlers survive without hauling a year's supply of bottled water to Mars? The answer is in the dirt.
"25.10.2016 17:48:50" Years of Living Dangerously: David Letterman Gets a Trim Go behind the scenes of Years of Living Dangerously with David Letterman as he visits the world's soon-to-be most populous country.
"25.10.2016 14:37:22" Timeline Photos Practicing my fine motor control. Robots on #Mars require a skilled pilot. #Robert #Mars
"24.10.2016 20:34:38" Watch Before the Flood for Free, Everywhere #BeforeTheFlood has been Leonardo DiCaprio's multi-year journey exploring climate change, and you'll be able to watch it for FREE beginning October 30th, the same day it premieres on the National Geographic Channel. Here's how:
"24.10.2016 14:42:24" Timeline Photos Everyone's vitals look good, and we're all anxious to exit the ship & explore #Mars. #Amelie
"24.10.2016 14:20:16" National Geographic Channel's cover photo
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"14.09.2016 22:25:39" MARS - Behind the Scenes We are going to go to Mars, and this is how we're going to do it. #CountdownToMars - this November
"25.08.2016 21:16:29" National Geographic Earlier this summer, President Obama and his family visited Yosemite National Park. Today, explore the first-ever virtual reality experience with the First Family in celebration of the National Park Centennial. Available on the Oculus Store for Gear VR
"15.08.2016 20:18:14" hollywoodreporter.com Geoffrey Rush to Play Albert Einstein in Nat Geo's First Scripted Series Newcomer Johnny Flynn will play the younger version in the anthology series 'Genius.' Coming soon!
"26.07.2016 16:30:00" Glow Worm Caves of New Zealand in 360° Deep beneath New Zealand, strange carnivorous worms glow and twinkle like the night sky to attract their prey.
"20.07.2016 17:00:01" Timeline Photos In Virunga-The Democratic Republic of Congo's largest national park- the park rangers are outnumbered by poachers 12 to 1.
New episode of Explorer, check local listings.
"19.07.2016 16:30:00" 360° Antarctica - Unexpected Snow Explore a 360° view of a penguin and seal colony as a storm moves in.
"13.07.2016 17:00:00" Timeline Photos Generated by damaging charcoal extraction, only 7% of the people around Virunga have access to electricity. However, recently many Congolese have taken action towards building sustainable alternative energy sources.
Learn more about these initiatives to
"12.07.2016 16:30:00" 360° Victoria Falls – The Devil's Pool National Geographic VR takes you flying in 360° over the cliffs of Victoria Falls on Africa's Zambezi River.
"06.07.2016 17:00:00" Timeline Photos On a new episode of Explorer, British journalist Justin Hall embarks on an incredible journey through Virunga—Africa's oldest national park—where a clash between exploitation and conservation threatens to destroy the parks' people, animals, and even the
"05.07.2016 16:30:00" Bryce Canyon in 360° National Geographic takes you soaring in 360° over the ever-changing landscape of Bryce Canyon National Park in Utah, United States.
"30.06.2016 17:00:00" Explorer: Battle For Virunga Home to some of the world's most incredible creatures, Virunga National Park is threatened by resource exploitation and poaching. Explorer follows journalist Justin Hall into Virunga as he encounters park rangers, armed militias, and endangered mountain
"29.06.2016 16:43:47" National Geographic Channel's cover photo
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"28.06.2016 16:30:00" 360° Antarctica- Journey Through the Ice Crash through a frozen ocean in 360° as we take you to Antarctica to come face to face with the curious locals that call this spectacular continent home.
"19.06.2016 03:39:38" National Geographic During a visit to Yosemite National Park this weekend, President Barack Obama urged Americans to embrace the national parks--and help protect them from climate change. Read the exclusive interview here.
"17.06.2016 23:24:17" National Geographic 2016 marks the centennial of America's national parks. To celebrate, this weekend National Geographic, Facebook and its Oculus team, and Félix & Paul Studios, will shoot The White House's first 360 virtual reality video experience and capture President
"30.03.2016 14:20:00" The Story of God with Morgan Freeman - Soccer Digital Vignette Does the complexity of human life require the divine?
"24.03.2016 16:45:00" Story of God with Morgan Freeman - Shrines Iconography Promo Across cultures, our homes are our shrines. Join Morgan Freeman on his six-part journey to discover The Story of God. Coming soon, check local listings.
"23.03.2016 17:00:00" Story of God with Morgan Freeman - Miracles Digital Vignette P... How do you define a 'miracle'? Can miracles be performed by man? Morgan Freeman sets out to explore questions like these in the six-part series, The Story of God. Coming soon, check local listings.
"23.03.2016 13:15:00" Story of God with Morgan Freeman - Sculpture Iconography Promo Famous sculptures from around the world often share the same inspiration.
"14.03.2016 17:00:00" Timeline Photos Not all Christmas celebrations take place on December 25th.
"14.03.2016 15:00:00" Story of God - Motorcycle Vignette Humans are obsessed with our own mortality. Follow Morgan Freeman on his journey to discover more about the Story of God. Coming soon to Nat Geo, check local listings.
"11.03.2016 14:20:00" Story of God Iconography Video - Religious Clothing For centuries, our clothing has been an expression of devotion.
"10.03.2016 19:08:05" National Geographic Channel's cover photo
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"10.03.2016 13:00:00" Timeline Photos The growth of Islam is expected to continue while there is no predicted growth of Christianity. Join Morgan Freeman as he explores religions around the world by tuning-in to Story of God. Coming soon.
"09.03.2016 14:05:00" Story of God Iconography - Architecture Promo Some of the greatest structures in the world were built for religious purposes. Experience them firsthand with Morgan Freeman as he sets out on his journey in Story of God. Coming soon.
"08.03.2016 15:00:00" Timeline Photos Ever wondered why you couldn't recognize someone? For more interesting facts, tune-in to a new season of Brain Games on Nat Geo.
"07.03.2016 13:45:00" Timeline Photos Charitable donations to religious institutions and causes greatly exceed the amount donated to educational or health-related causes.
"06.03.2016 15:30:00" Timeline Photos Have you used #Blessed on social media?
"05.03.2016 15:00:00" Timeline Photos Do you see straight or curved lines? For more tricks like this, tune in to a new season of Brain Games on Nat Geo.
"05.03.2016 00:45:00" Timeline Photos Can you park these taxis using only two squares?
"04.03.2016 17:30:01" Timeline Photos "Educate your daughters, they are amazing." Tune-in to He Named Me Malala, check local listings.
"04.03.2016 14:00:00" My Own Path - I Am a Girl Promo This month, follow the stories of women who inspire. I Am a Girl premieres this month on Nat Geo People. Check local listings.
"04.03.2016 01:00:00" media.giphy.com media.giphy.com Malala believes in education for all. Learn more about her passion by tuning-in to He Named Me Malala this month on Nat Geo.
"03.03.2016 18:30:01" Timeline Photos See what countries have the highest, and the lowest percentages of non-believers.
"03.03.2016 13:15:00" Throughout history, we've expressed our faith by decorating our bodies. Tune in to Story of God with Morgan Freeman, coming soon.
"03.03.2016 08:00:00" media.giphy.com media.giphy.com He Named Me Malala is airing globally this month on Nat Geo. Check your local listings.
"03.03.2016 00:00:00" media.giphy.com media.giphy.com Get an in-depth look into Malala's life, and her story. He Named Me Malala is premiering worldwide this month.
"02.03.2016 18:15:00" Story of God with Morgan Freeman - Promo #2 Morgan Freeman explores what it means to believe. Join us for the six-part series, Story of God, coming soon to National Geographic Channel.
"02.03.2016 14:42:28" media.giphy.com media.giphy.com He Named Me Malala is premiering worldwide. Check your local listings.
"01.03.2016 00:45:03" Timeline Photos He Named Me Malala is premiering worldwide. Check your local listings.
"29.02.2016 17:00:00" Timeline Photos Malala is fighting for education. Learn more about Malala, and her story by tuning-in to He Named Me Malala. Check local listings.
"29.02.2016 13:50:52" Timeline Photos Meet her family and watch her story unfold. Tune-in to He Named Me Malala. Premiering worldwide, check local listings.
"26.02.2016 22:15:00" Timeline Photos Be sure to tune in for the worldwide premiere of He Named Me Malala, only on National Geographic Channel. Check your local listings.
"26.02.2016 17:45:00" Big Cat Week 2016 - Asher Jay Jaguar Video See eye-to-eye with a jaguar in this video by creative conservationist, Asher Jay.
"26.02.2016 13:30:00" Timeline Photos Watch Malala stand for what she believes in during the worldwide premiere of He Named Me Malala. Coming soon to Nat Geo.
"26.02.2016 00:00:00" My Own Path - Nat Geo People Join the women who take the road less traveled.
"25.02.2016 18:00:00" Timeline Photos Can you spot all of the differences?
"25.02.2016 15:22:24" Timeline Photos Learn more about Malala and her journey by watching 'He Named Me Malala' - premiering worldwide this month on National Geographic Channel. Check local listings.
"24.02.2016 18:00:00" Timeline Photos Become part of the week.
"23.02.2016 18:15:00" Timeline Photos Tune-in to a new season of Brain Games to see how many different ways we can trick our senses.
"22.02.2016 18:00:01" Timeline Photos What differences do you see?
"22.02.2016 13:37:16" National Geographic Channel's cover photo
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"22.02.2016 13:30:00" Timeline Photos What does your "Q" say about you?
"21.02.2016 20:00:00" Watch the third installment in a six-part series of videos by creative conservationist, Asher Jay for Big Cat Week.
"21.02.2016 15:30:00" supportmalala.com NatGeo: He Named Me Malala Show the world that you stand #WithMalala by using the hashtag on Twitter or by generating a personalized video on our Support Malala website, National Geographic and 21st Century Fox will donate $1 to The Malala Fund to secure girls' right to an
"20.02.2016 17:45:00" Timeline Photos Put your own brain through a survival test on a new season of Brain Games! Check your local listings.
"20.02.2016 14:45:01" Timeline Photos How close can you get? Find out by watching Big Cat Week, coming this month on Nat Geo WILD.
"19.02.2016 19:00:01" Timeline Photos Can you spot any differences between the top and bottom images?
"18.02.2016 14:00:01" Timeline Photos Up close, and personal.
"18.02.2016 01:30:00" Timeline Photos Do you think you know what happens to the brain as we get older? Give us your matches in the comments and tune in to the new season of Brain Games to find out if you were right!
"17.02.2016 18:00:00" Big Cat Week 2016 - Asher Jay Lion Video Watch as Asher Jay's design comes to life, just in time for Big Cat Week.
"16.02.2016 18:30:00" Photos from National Geographic Channel's post Think you know all there is to know about big cats? Expand your knowledge with these facts and tune in to Big Cat Week to learn even more!
"15.02.2016 18:00:00" Big Cat Week 2016 - Panther Just how close can you get to a panther?
"15.02.2016 14:00:00" Dolph Lundgren - Brain Games There's more to action star Dolph Lundgren than meets the eye.
"14.02.2016 19:30:01" Timeline Photos Can you spot the differences between these two frames?
"13.02.2016 18:30:00" Big Cat Week 2016 | Jaguar - Eye to Eye by Asher Jay See eye-to-eye with a jaguar in this piece by creative conservationist, Asher Jay.
"13.02.2016 14:15:00" Timeline Photos Want a bigger brain? Become a London taxi driver, or tune in to Brain Games' new season on Nat Geo.
"12.02.2016 23:30:00" Big Cat Week 2016 - Jaguar Any closer, and you'd be part of the week. Big Cat Week is coming soon to Nat Geo WILD.
"12.02.2016 18:00:01" Photos from National Geographic Channel's post This Big Cat Week, see eye-to-eye with big cats in a new art series by conservation artist and National Geographic Explorer ASHER JAY. See her full Explorer profile here: http://www.nationalgeographic.com/explorers/bios/asher-jay
"12.02.2016 14:30:00" The Story of God with Morgan Freeman This spring on National Geographic Channel, join Morgan Freeman on a journey through history, science, and belief as he tries to understand The Story of God.
"11.02.2016 19:00:00" Timeline Photos Think you can solve this puzzle? Give us your best guess in the comments and tune in to the new season of Brain Games to find out if you were right!
"11.02.2016 19:00:00" Timeline Photos Try this experiment at home and give us your best guess in the comments. Tune in to the new season of Brain Games to find out if you were right!
"11.02.2016 15:00:24" NatGeo Wild - Big Cat Week 2016 Big Cat Week is back, and brings you closer than ever before.
"08.02.2016 22:32:40" Time to ignite your imagination. New season of Brain Games, check your local listings.
"17.12.2015 15:23:00" Photos from National Geographic Channel's post
"15.12.2015 22:10:26" channel4.com Malala Yousafzai: 'I'm a feminist and a Muslim' Malala Yousafzai, the youngest ever winner of the Nobel Peace Prize and campaigner for girls' education, says she considers herself to be a feminist - as well as a proud Brummie. Looking forward to He Named Me Malala airing soon on NGC? Here's a great interview with Malala.
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"07.12.2015 16:00:00" Breakthrough - Water Apocalypse Teaser Video
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"30.11.2015 16:00:01" Breakthrough - Energy Teaser Video
"26.11.2015 15:15:00" Photos from National Geographic Channel's post
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"23.11.2015 16:00:01" Breakthrough - The Age of Aging Teaser Video
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"16.11.2015 16:00:00" Breakthrough - Decoding the Brain Teaser Video
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"09.11.2015 16:00:00" Breakthrough - More Than Human Teaser Trailer
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"03.11.2015 15:00:00" news.mit.edu Quantum physics meets genetic engineering Researchers use engineered viruses to provide quantum-based enhancement of energy transport.
"03.11.2015 14:30:00" Breakthrough - More Than Human Watch Eric Vladcovik, a footballer who lost the use of his legs, walk again. Tune in to Breakthrough!
"02.11.2015 16:30:00" Breakthrough - Pandemics Teaser Trailer
"01.11.2015 15:00:01" technologyreview.com Scientists Grow Living, Aging Neurons Starting with Skin Cells | MIT Technology Review For the first time, scientists can take skin cells from people of various ages and transform them into brain cells reflecting the ages of their donors.
"30.10.2015 14:00:01" technologyreview.com Sensors Might Re-create a Sense of Touch for Amputees | MIT Technology Review New sensors made from plastic and carbon nanotubes could provide an artificial skin that would endow prosthetic hands with a sense of touch.
"28.10.2015 16:47:00" technologyreview.com IBM’s Carbon Nanotube Advancement Offers New Hope for Replacing Silicon | MIT Technology Review Researchers say they’ve overcome a major manufacturing challenge standing in the way of commercially viable nanotube devices.
"26.10.2015 16:46:01" nature.com Fragment of rat brain simulated in supercomputer Blue Brain Project announces results of a decade's work.
"25.10.2015 14:53:00" Timeline Photos Watch Brain Surgery Live today! Check your local listings for times.
"24.10.2015 15:27:01" Timeline Photos Coming soon! Check your local listings.
"23.10.2015 16:27:01" Africa's Wild Kingdom Reborn Africa's Wild Kingdom Reborn coming soon! Check your local listings for timings.
"23.10.2015 15:52:00" Africa's Wild Kingdom Reborn - Clip Learn about Gorongosa National Park, the flagship national park of Mozambique on Africa's Wild Kingdom Reborn.
"22.10.2015 16:44:02" nytimes.com Elephants: Large, Long-Living and Less Prone to Cancer The animals appear to be exceptional cancer fighters, using a special set of proteins, a new study reports, but it’s unclear how to apply that to humans.
"21.10.2015 17:47:00" Timeline Photos Destroyed by man, reclaimed by nature. Africa's Wild Kingdom Reborn coming soon!
"20.10.2015 14:22:00" Breakthrough - Pandemics If people "who spoke a strange language came for your sick child and tried to take her away would you let them?" - #Breakthrough
"18.10.2015 15:50:00" technologyreview.com Giving Course Credit for MOOCs Is an Important Educational Test for MIT | MIT Technology Review Passing a free online course isn’t as meaningful as taking the same class for credit on a college campus. But that could be changing.
"16.10.2015 14:43:00" Timeline Photos Watch a doctor perform a live awake craniotomy on Brain Surgery Live! Check your local listings for times.
"13.10.2015 16:05:00" He Named Me Malala "There is a moment where you have to choose whether to be silent or stand up." #HeNamedMeMalala
"12.10.2015 02:24:01" Timeline Photos Happy International #dayofthegirl! We stand #withmalala for girls’ education.
"11.10.2015 19:55:00" "One child, one teacher, one book, and one pen, can change the world." - Malala Yousafzai #dayofthegirl #withmalala
"10.10.2015 17:02:00" Timeline Photos In the world, 125,850,000 babies are born every year. 353,015 every day. And 4 every second. Check out 4 Babies a Second coming soon!
"09.10.2015 16:07:01" Timeline Photos Are there still lost cities waiting in the jungle to be discovered? Watch Legend of the Monkey God coming soon!
"08.10.2015 16:58:30" Timeline Photos How do newborns come into the world in all 4 corners of the planet? Tune into 4 Babies a Second to find out. Check your local listing for timings.
"07.10.2015 15:10:00" Timeline Photos An astonishing archaeological find in the Jungles of Honduras unleashes a storm of controversy. Check your local listings for the Legend of the Monkey God.
"30.09.2015 14:56:09" National Geographic Channel's cover photo
"30.09.2015 14:56:09" National Geographic Channel's cover photo
"23.09.2015 12:00:01" Timeline Photos Polar bears have 42 sharp teeth, including 5 cm long canines, and a bite force of 262 kg. This helps make them the undisputed kings of the Arctic. Watch the showdown only on Animal Fight Club coming soon.
"17.09.2015 20:01:43" Timeline Photos Critically acclaimed climate change series, "Years of Living Dangerously" has a new home on National Geographic Channel. Coming soon http://yearsoflivingdangerously.com/
"15.09.2015 12:00:03" Timeline Photos Tigers have retractable claws that allow them to sneak up on their prey. They then use these 10 cm long daggers to slash at their opponents. Don’t miss a second of the action on Animal Fight Club coming soon.
"12.09.2015 12:00:02" Timeline Photos Who needs skis when you have a bar stool or two? Check out Man v Viral to see how Buddy was able to pull off this daring feat, coming soon.
"09.09.2015 12:00:00" Timeline Photos Reaching speeds of 61 km/h, grey wolves mob their prey and working together can bring down animals 10 times their size. Catch all the heart pounding thrills on Animal Fight Club coming soon.
"06.09.2015 12:00:01" Warlords of Ivory: Cost of Business “This is why I do this. Where is the rest of the world?” #WarlordsofIvory
"03.09.2015 12:00:01" Timeline Photos Best to let the professionals handle this one. In the meantime, tune into Man v Viral to see how long Buddy can hold on, coming soon.
"02.09.2015 12:00:01" Timeline Photos Sly, but also ruthless. Red foxes kill their prey by puncturing its neck with their razor sharp 3 cm long canines. Witness all the drama unfold on Animal Fight Club coming soon.
"31.08.2015 12:00:00" Warlords of Ivory: Opening the Box A truly heartbreaking moment: coming face to face with a shipping container full of poached elephant tusks #WarlordsofIvory
"30.08.2015 12:00:02" Kangaroo King: the King of the Outback You don’t want to mess with the king. To see if this king is able to keep his crown and survive the harsh Australian outback, watch The Kangaroo King, coming soon.
"29.08.2015 12:00:01" In the 2000s, we watched in horror as Hurricane Katrina hit the Gulf Coast of the U.S. Here we see the aftermath of the storm that decimated thousands of homes.
"28.08.2015 16:00:00" Wicked Tuna: North vs South The battle of North vs South continues. Who will come out on top? Don’t miss a second of the heart pounding action, Wicked Tuna North vs South is coming soon.
"28.08.2015 12:00:00" Next time you have to buy new shoes, blame friction. Tune into the Science of Stupid coming soon.
"27.08.2015 12:00:01" We witnessed Janet Jackson’s famous wardrobe malfunction in the 2000s, which helped inspire the creation of YouTube the following year.
"25.08.2015 12:00:00" In addition to their sheer size and strength, brown bears can rip through the bodywork of a car by using their 15 cm long curved claws. To see these massive beasts face off, tune into Animal Fight Club coming soon.
"24.08.2015 12:00:01" The 2000s were a time of tragedy and triumph. We all held our breath after Captain Sully successfully landed a plane on the Hudson River.
"23.08.2015 12:00:01" You spin me right round, baby, right round like a man in a leaf blower chair. Watch Man v Viral to see if Buddy can survive this death contraption, coming soon.
"22.08.2015 12:00:01" In the 2000s, we witnessed history as Barack Obama was elected president of the United States in 2008.
"21.08.2015 12:00:02" This effect also applies in cricket and basketball. Catch Science of Stupid coming soon.
"20.08.2015 12:00:00" Who do you think will be the ultimate Animal Fight Club champion? To see which fearsome competitors come out on top, don’t miss Animal Fight Club coming soon.
"19.08.2015 12:00:01" All four are Peace Prize winners, but who did we see become the most well known advocate for global warming in the 2000s?
"18.08.2015 12:00:16" Gravity: what goes up must come down. To see this law in action, watch Science of Stupid coming soon.
"17.08.2015 16:00:01" Science of Stupid: Don't Let Their Pain Go in Vain It’s all fun and games until it happens to you. To learn how to perfect your next stunt, don’t miss Science of Stupid coming soon.
"17.08.2015 12:00:00" 2000s history was dominated by events we’ll never forget. We all remember watching the news unfold on 9/11. Do you?
"16.08.2015 12:00:00" Jumping out of a plane without a parachute, you would have far less drag and you would most likely die. Watch Science of Stupid coming soon.
"15.08.2015 12:00:01" The 2000s: the Viral Age Google is only a few years old, but can you imagine a world without it? Watch the 2000s: The Decade We Saw It All, coming soon.
"14.08.2015 12:00:01" In the 2000s, we saw millions of people around the globe grieve in the wake of Michael Jackson’s death. Do you remember where you were when you heard the news?
"13.08.2015 12:00:01" Next time you run a stop sign or a red light, blame velocity. Check out Science of Stupid, coming soon.
"12.08.2015 20:00:01" In the 2000s, we saw The Cold War almost reignite when the Kursk sank under mysterious circumstances.
"12.08.2015 18:00:01" news.nationalgeographic.com Who Buys Ivory? You’d Be Surprised A new international survey reveals what’s really driving the demand side of the ivory market. On this #WorldElephantDay, we take a look at who is buying elephant ivory and why.
"12.08.2015 16:00:02" Warlords of Ivory - Preparations Tensions are high as National Geographic's Bryan Christy joins a patrol for illegal ivory poachers. #WorldElephantDay
"12.08.2015 09:00:00" Happy World Elephant Day! Sadly, elephant numbers have suffered over the years. Here's where you can still find the African elephant in the wild.
"11.08.2015 12:00:01" Still try your best not to fall off though. Check out the new season of Science of Stupid coming soon.
"10.08.2015 12:00:01" The 2000s: Wizards and Geniuses In the 2000s, we saw the emergence of boy wizards and tech geniuses. What do you remember? Check out the 2000s: The Decade We Saw It All, coming soon.
"09.08.2015 12:00:01" Looks like humor isn’t the only thing Mr. Bean excels at. Check out Science of Stupid coming soon.
"08.08.2015 12:00:00" In the 2000s, we saw it all, including one of history’s most devastating tsunamis. Here we see the aftermath of the global catastrophe that killed over 200,000 people in 2004.
"06.08.2015 12:00:00" We also encounter friction when turning on the television. Check out the new season of Science of Stupid coming soon.
"05.08.2015 12:00:01" The 2000s: Leaders Leaders rise and leaders fall. Tune into the 2000s: The Decade We Saw It All, coming soon.
"04.08.2015 12:00:01" History was made in the 2000s when we saw Steve Jobs release the first iPhone. Were you first in line to buy one?
"02.08.2015 12:00:01" Keep in mind this crucial information next time you are doing a wheelie. Don’t miss Science of Stupid coming soon.
"30.07.2015 00:00:00" Breakthrough - Teaser Excited to present the brand-new teaser for Breakthrough. We can't wait for the fall!
"29.07.2015 17:24:45" First Look - Breakthrough Now, an exclusive first look at "Breakthrough" - the new series coming this fall that features stories from the frontier of scientific discovery, as told by some of Hollywood's greatest storytellers.
"29.07.2015 12:00:02" Though easier said done, doing a shoulder roll while falling will make you look really cool. Check out the new season of Science of Stupid coming soon.
"21.07.2015 12:00:01" Who knew backflips and human pyramids could lead to serious injury? Check out the new season of Science of Stupid coming soon.
"20.07.2015 15:34:23" National Geographic Channel's cover photo
"16.07.2015 14:19:15" NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration Yesterday, America's space program took another historic leap for humankind. Today, the New Horizons team is bringing what was previously a blurred point of light into focus. We’ve got even more data from the #Plutoflyby coming over the next 16 month Here's a fantastic sequence of 85 years worth of Pluto images, from its discovery in 1930 to the latest images from Tuesday's flyby.
"15.07.2015 12:00:02" We recommend not trying this out at home. But we do recommend you check out the new season of Science of Stupid coming soon.
"13.07.2015 16:00:01" Did you know New Horizons is hurdling through space at 56,000 km per hour? It is roughly the size of a baby grand piano.
"13.07.2015 12:00:01" Over 9 years and $700 million in the making, the New Horizons spacecraft will finally reach Pluto tomorrow! The craft will spend 5 months studying Pluto before heading further into the unexplored Kuiper Belt. To learn more about this historic event,
"12.07.2015 12:00:01" 2 days to go!
"12.07.2015 09:00:01" malala.org #BooksNotBullets - Malala Day Action For Malala Day, Malala's 18th birthday on July 12th, Malala is done with wishes. She wants action. Post a photo of yourself holding up your favorite book and share why YOU choose #BooksNotBullets. Today is Malala's 18th birthday. Wish her a happy birthday by sharing a photo with your favorite book #BooksNotBullets
"11.07.2015 16:00:01" Did you know that although Pluto was discovered over 80 years ago, we still don’t know what the dwarf planet looks like? To find out more cool facts about Pluto check out our show Mission Pluto.
"11.07.2015 12:00:01" After a 9 year journey, in just 3 days News Horizons will reach Pluto! While there the craft will study Pluto’s surface and atmosphere as well as its moons. Check your local listings for Mission Pluto for the complete story.
"10.07.2015 12:00:01" Mission Pluto Are you as excited as we are for New Horizons to reach Pluto? To learn more about this groundbreaking mission and the mysterious dwarf planet, watch our upcoming show Mission Pluto!
"09.07.2015 18:54:09" Did you know Pluto’s moon Charon is almost half the size of Pluto? It is so big that scientist sometimes refer to Pluto and Charon as the double planet system. Check out our show Mission Pluto to learn more.
"09.07.2015 12:00:00" Neil deGrasse Tyson Reads Mean Tweets about Pluto In honor of the upcoming New Horizons flyby, we present Neil deGrasse Tyson reading angry tweets from fans regarding his role in the 2006 demotion of Pluto to 'dwarf planet'-status.
"07.07.2015 21:07:42" variety.com Nat Geo, Mental Floss Partner on Unscripted TV Deal National Geographic Channel and publisher Mental Floss have announced plans to co-create unscripted television projects, Variety has learned exclusively. The series will be produced by Leftfield Pi... We are excited to announce we will be partnering with Mental Floss to create a series of new shows. Tune in later this summer to find out more.
"07.07.2015 12:00:01" Only one week left until New Horizons reaches Pluto! In the meantime, make sure to check out our show Mission Pluto!
"02.07.2015 19:08:35" Only 12 days left until New Horizons reaches Pluto! Make sure to check out Mission Pluto, which covers the story of the New Horizons spacecraft as it makes history.
"02.07.2015 18:38:10" National Geographic Channel's cover photo
"20.06.2015 16:00:02" Star Talk - Condensed Episode with NASA's Charles Bolden In this episode, Neil sits down with NASA cheif Charles Bolden to discuss his experience with Hubble, the exploration of Mars, and international cooperation in space. Enjoy!
"20.06.2015 10:00:01" He Named Me Malala [Trailer] National Geographic Channel is proud to support the global launch of "He Named Me Malala." Check out the trailer here and visit mala.org for more
"19.06.2015 15:25:48" Tomorrow, catch the final episode of Star Talk right here on Facebook. The guest: NASA Administrator Charles Bolden. The topics: Mars, Hubble, and more...
"17.06.2015 10:00:00" Star Talk - International Space Station Just how fast is the ISS? Neil deGrasse Tyson has your answer
"13.06.2015 12:00:00" Star Talk - Condensed Episode with Arianna Huffington In this week's special condensed episode of Star Talk, Neil sits down with Arianna Huffington to discuss news in the modern world.
"10.06.2015 10:00:00" Star Talk - Falling Scales (Really Bad) Tip for losing weight: stand in a falling elevator.
"08.06.2015 11:00:01" Look into the night sky. You are not seeing the stars as they are. You are seeing them as they were. #StarTalk
"06.06.2015 12:00:01" Star Talk - Condensed Episode with Biz Stone On this special condensed episode of Star Talk - Neil speaks with Twitter co-founder Biz Stone. Enjoy!
"05.06.2015 18:00:00" T. rex Autopsy Anatomy and Controversies In our second video infographic for #TRexAutopsy, we explore the dino's guts, as ponder some questions without answers.
"05.06.2015 10:00:00" T rex Autopsy is right around the corner. Time to learn about the Late Cretaceous
"04.06.2015 18:00:01" T. rex Autopsy Facts and Figures Think you could you outrun a T. rex? Watch this video to find out! (hint: no) #TRexAutopsy
"04.06.2015 11:00:00" This really goes to show you how sparse the atoms in our bodies really are.
"03.06.2015 10:00:00" Star Talk - Hammer of Thor We knew Thor was strong. But wow...
"02.06.2015 12:00:01" Dino Week Anyone want a full week of dinosaur shows? Rhetorical question...of course you do. Check your local listings for Dino Week, only on Nat Geo.
"01.06.2015 16:00:00" Pop cultural depictions of tyrannosaurus rex have certainly varied a lot over the years. Here's a timeline with a few highlights
"01.06.2015 12:00:01" Ever lost a bag to an airline? You're not alone. #HackingTheSystem
"31.05.2015 11:00:00" All hail the king! #TRexAutopsy
"30.05.2015 17:00:01" Lifehack: Chill your wine without watering it down. #HackingTheSystem
"30.05.2015 13:00:01" Star Talk - Condensed Episode with Dan Savage Let's talk about sex and love, shall we? On this special condensed episode of Star Talk, Neil Tyson is joined by relationship columnist Dan Savage.
"29.05.2015 16:00:01" You may never look at a restaurant the same way. #HackingTheSystem
"28.05.2015 11:00:00" Fun fact about the most beautiful planet in our solar system. #StarTalk
"27.05.2015 20:27:35" National Geographic Channel's cover photo
"27.05.2015 16:00:00" Tyrannosaurus rex had a heart the size of a mini-fridge. We felt you needed to know this. This infographic has even more.
"27.05.2015 10:00:00" Star Talk - Energy of the Sun Just how much energy does the Sun produce?
"26.05.2015 17:00:00" Lifehack: An impromptu cup holder for your car. #HackingTheSystem
"25.05.2015 12:00:02" What was the Late Cretaceous like? We've got an infographic for that:
"24.05.2015 12:00:01" A practical life hack to save you space in your bag. #HackingTheSystem
"23.05.2015 13:00:01" Star Talk - Condensed Episode with Astronaut Chris Hadfield Now on a special condensed version of Star talk - Neil speaks with astronaut Chris Hadfield - discussing the ISS, Mars, and his music video from space.
"22.05.2015 21:00:00" youtube.com Space Oddity A revised version of David Bowie's Space Oddity, recorded by Commander Chris Hadfield on board the International Space Station. Composition: “SPACE ODDITY” W... You've seen the music video, now watch the Star Talk episode in which Neil Tyson speaks with Chris Hadfield about his time on the ISS - and how he recorded a viral video sensation. Star Talk - cutdown episode tomorrow at 1pm GMT.
"22.05.2015 17:00:01" Lifehack: an old toilet paper roll can make a handy container for cables. #HackingTheSystem
"22.05.2015 12:00:01" T. rex Autopsy is coming soon. So we produced a series of infographics to help you brush up on your tyrannosaurus knowledge. Enjoy.
"21.05.2015 20:47:09" Star Talk - What is an Orbit? The definition or orbit: as brought to you by Star Talk host Neil deGrasse Tyson. Cool stuff.
"21.05.2015 11:00:01" A little cosmic perspective on "nearby" stars. #StarTalk
"20.05.2015 15:00:03" Inside job? Or just carelessness?
"19.05.2015 20:00:01" Fun Fact: Colombia has nearly 20% of the planet's bird species, despite having less than 1% of its area.
Bonus Fun Fact: Hummingbirds need to drink their body weight in nectar every day.
"18.05.2015 17:00:01" Lifehack: Keep your valuables hidden at the beach. #HackingTheSystem
"17.05.2015 12:00:01" T. rex Autopsy - Coming Soon Yes, we built a full size, anatomically complete tyrannosaurus rex. Now we're going in for an examination. T. rex Autopsy is coming soon!
"16.05.2015 16:00:03" Have you ever thought about just how much food is wasted every year? We've got a stat for that.
"16.05.2015 12:00:02" Star Talk - Condensed Episode with President Jimmy Carter Now, join Neil deGrasse Tyson for a special interview with former U.S. President Jimmy Carter. The topic: fighting disease and #wagingpeace
"15.05.2015 18:00:02" Tomorrow, check back here at 12:00 UTC to watch a special condensed episode of Star Talk - featuring former U.S. President Jimmy Carter.
"15.05.2015 11:00:00" Did You Know: The moon is really far away. #StarTalk
"14.05.2015 22:00:01" Sorry lions, a jaguar's bite force is twice as strong.
"14.05.2015 09:00:01" Star Talk - Melting Ice That's a lot of ice.
"13.05.2015 13:00:00" Not sure they make medical tools big enough for this job. (Coming soon to Nat Geo)
"13.05.2015 12:00:01" Did You Know: the color of your car affects the likelihood that it will be stolen. #HackingTheSystem
"12.05.2015 17:00:01" 5 Life Hacks in 50 Seconds Have you been watching Hacking the System? Here's a compilation of 5 of our favorite life hacks in under 50 seconds. (Though #4 might get you punched in the face!)
"09.05.2015 13:00:05" In this condensed episode of Star Talk, Neil talks television with sitcom pioneer Norman Lear. Enjoy!
"08.05.2015 19:42:14" Tomorrow, catch another condensed episode of Star Talk featuring an interview with famed television producer/pioneer Norman Lear. But first, some words from Neil deGrasse Tyson!
"07.05.2015 19:45:47" Did You Know? When galaxies collide, there is so much space between stars, that few - if any - will ever smash into one another.
"06.05.2015 13:00:07" An eye about the size of a grapefruit
"05.05.2015 13:00:00" Star Talk - Baseball = Gun? Does this mean a baseball is a deadly weapon?
"02.05.2015 16:00:00" Star Talk - Condensed Episode featuring Richard Dawkins And now, a special shortened episode of Star Talk discussing religion and science with Richard Dawkins.
"30.04.2015 13:00:01" Yep, that's exactly what it says it is. Coming soon...
"30.04.2015 13:00:01" Timeline Photos Yep, that's exactly what it says it is. Coming soon...
"29.04.2015 13:00:01" Star Talk - Earth and Jupiter Something to consider the next time you are buying fruit. #StarTalk
"28.04.2015 15:14:42" Coming Soon to Nat Geo Something (very) big is coming soon to Nat Geo. Have a look.
"25.04.2015 16:00:17" Star Talk - Condensed Episode Featuring Christopher Nolan In this week's condensed episode of Star Talk, Neil deGrasse Tyson speaks with "Interstellar" director Christopher Nolan about relativity and storytelling. Let us know what you think!
"24.04.2015 13:53:13" Hubble 25th Anniversary Today is the 25th anniversary of the launch of the Hubble Space Telescope. We made a music video to celebrate the milestone. #hubble25
"23.04.2015 16:54:06" vimeo.com STAR TALK "What a man!" Host Neil deGrasse Tyson is taking the talk show into a whole new dimension. What a man! Star Talk launches this April on all the National Geographic Channels in… What a man indeed! Neil deGrasse Tyson is back with another episode of Star Talk - pre-premiering right here on Facebook on Saturday. Don't miss a conversation with "Interstellar" director Christopher Nolan.
"23.04.2015 16:10:14" National Geographic Channel's cover photo
"22.04.2015 16:00:02" Star Talk - Did You Know? Ice is not slippery. Yes, it's true. Star Talk host Neil deGrasse Tyson explains.
"18.04.2015 15:00:05" Star Talk - Premiere Episode Featuring George Takei Watch a special, shortened version of the series premiere of Star Talk. In this episode, host Neil deGrasse Tyson and his co-hosts discuss Science and Star Trek with actor George Takei.
"18.04.2015 13:00:03" 2 hours until the special premiere of Star Talk - where science and pop culture collide.
"18.04.2015 13:00:03" Timeline Photos 2 hours until the special premiere of Star Talk - where science and pop culture collide.
"17.04.2015 15:56:24" Tomorrow, catch a special pre-premiere of the new series, Star Talk, featuring Cosmos host Neil deGrasse Tyson. We're airing a shortened version of the show right here on Facebook. This week's guest: actor George Takei The topic: the Science of Star
"17.04.2015 15:56:24" Timeline Photos Tomorrow, catch a special pre-premiere of the new series, Star Talk, featuring Cosmos host Neil deGrasse Tyson. We're airing a shortened version of the show right here on Facebook. This week's guest: actor George Takei The topic: the Science of Star Trek!
"17.04.2015 15:48:35" National Geographic Channel's cover photo
"10.04.2015 16:00:01" A life lesson for us all
"10.04.2015 16:00:01" Timeline Photos A life lesson for us all
"02.04.2015 16:00:01" Puzzle time. Out of the 8 cards below, which 4 can be used (and in what order) for the statement to be true?
"02.04.2015 16:00:01" Timeline Photos Puzzle time. Out of the 8 cards below, which 4 can be used (and in what order) for the statement to be true?
"31.03.2015 16:00:07" In other words: "It's not the fall that kills you. It's the sudden stop at the end"
"31.03.2015 16:00:07" Timeline Photos In other words: "It's not the fall that kills you. It's the sudden stop at the end"
"31.03.2015 13:43:53" National Geographic Channel's cover photo
"30.03.2015 16:00:02" Apparently good things CAN happen after 2 a.m.
"30.03.2015 16:00:02" Timeline Photos Apparently good things CAN happen after 2 a.m.
"28.03.2015 16:00:02" Science explains the obvious: the more you pull that rubber band, the harder it will snap.
"28.03.2015 16:00:02" Timeline Photos Science explains the obvious: the more you pull that rubber band, the harder it will snap.
"26.03.2015 16:00:00" You don't have to be dead to be brainless. Science of Stupid. Check your local listings.
"25.03.2015 16:00:02" This is an easy one...
"25.03.2015 16:00:02" Timeline Photos This is an easy one...
"23.03.2015 16:00:04" And now for another quick physics lesson!
"23.03.2015 16:00:04" Timeline Photos And now for another quick physics lesson!
"20.03.2015 16:00:01" Historical and political detail bring intriguing context to a well-known story. Killing Jesus, coming soon
"20.03.2015 16:00:01" Timeline Photos Historical and political detail bring intriguing context to a well-known story. Killing Jesus, coming soon
"19.03.2015 16:00:01" Newton’s 2nd Law of Motion: Force equals mass times acceleration.
Did we mention, never try this?
"19.03.2015 16:00:01" Timeline Photos Newton's 2nd Law of Motion: Force equals mass times acceleration.
Did we mention, never try this?
"18.03.2015 16:00:02" Chemistry magic. All you need is a bottle of cola and some milk (plus an hour of patience!)
"18.03.2015 16:00:02" Timeline Photos Chemistry magic. All you need is a bottle of cola and some milk (plus an hour of patience!)
"17.03.2015 16:00:00" Is it more important to be right or to fit in?
"17.03.2015 16:00:00" Timeline Photos Is it more important to be right or to fit in?
"13.03.2015 16:32:00" Presenting: the Science of Stupidity. Here's the poster we all wish we had in our science classrooms.
"13.03.2015 16:32:00" Timeline Photos Presenting: the Science of Stupidity. Here's the poster we all wish we had in our science classrooms.
"12.03.2015 16:00:05" Does tie-dye milk taste just as good as the original? See what happens with Tim on Street Genius. And did we mention to try this at home.
"12.03.2015 16:00:00" Does tie-dye milk taste just as good as the original? See what happens with Tim on Street Genius. And did we mention to try this at home.
"12.03.2015 16:00:00" Timeline Photos Does tie-dye milk taste just as good as the original? See what happens with Tim on Street Genius. And did we mention to try this at home.
"10.03.2015 16:00:00" Take a look at some of the Science of Stupid's Soldiers of Science.
"09.03.2015 16:00:01" The largest water balloon fight was achieved by students at the University of Kentucky with 175,141 water balloons. Let’s see you top that.
"09.03.2015 16:00:01" Timeline Photos The largest water balloon fight was achieved by students at the University of Kentucky with 175,141 water balloons. Let's see you top that.
"06.03.2015 17:00:01" Happen to have pantyhose, a glass jar, rubber band, and water near you? Try out our suspending water trick featured on Street Genius.
"06.03.2015 17:00:00" Happen to have pantyhose, a glass jar, rubber band, and water near you? Try out our suspending water trick featured on Street Genius.
"06.03.2015 17:00:00" Timeline Photos Happen to have pantyhose, a glass jar, rubber band, and water near you? Try out our suspending water trick featured on Street Genius.
"05.03.2015 17:00:01" Coming soon to National Geographic Channel, the unearthed story that changed the world through a new lens, Killing Jesus.
"27.02.2015 16:04:25" Tim Shaw is back and more explosive than ever before in an all new season of Street Genius. Check your local listings.
"11.02.2015 17:12:27" National Geographic Channel's cover photo
"05.12.2014 17:41:10" The Nat Geo Contraption We crammed 71 moving parts and 38 transitions into a 4-ton Rube Goldberg chain reaction to celebrate a new year of Entertain Your Brain. Watch what happens next.
"04.12.2014 15:57:15" www.youtube.com The Nat Geo Contraption To celebrate our upcoming lineup of smart and entertaining shows, we found inspiration in American cartoonist Rube Goldberg's famous chain reactions. So we d... We crammed 71 moving parts and 38 transitions into a 4-ton Rube Goldberg chain reaction to celebrate a new year of Entertain Your Brain. Watch what happens next
"18.11.2014 14:00:48" vimeo.com ULTIMATE AIRPORT DUBAI 2 : LAUNCH PROMO 60" National Geographic Channel SEA Creative Creative Director: Mansula Naidu Promo Producer: Mas Lee Producer: Ryan Yip Art Director: Victor Lee Teaser and Gfx… The second season of Ultimate Airport Dubai launches soon around the world. Drama and technology together, in one of the busiest airport in the world. Check you local listings or ask your provider.
"12.11.2014 15:00:08" natgeotv.com Rosetta: Comet Landing On November the 12th, millions of miles from Earth, a spacecraft will make history by attempting to land on an icy rock nearly three-miles across, hurtling through space at 41,000 miles per hour!An international team of scientists will work around th Watch the comet landing live here: http://natgeotv.com/uk/rosetta-comet-landing/live-event
"31.10.2014 17:42:45" Beyond Magic with DMC Mentalism, Sorcery, Card Cheating: famed magician DMC tackles it all and more in the new series, Beyond Magic with DMC, airing this November.
"08.10.2014 15:54:02" www.hollywoodreporter.com Nat Geo's 'Killing Jesus' Cast Revealed (Exclusive) More than a year after signing on to adapt Bill O'Reilly's Killing Jesus, National Geographic Channel has set the all-star cast for the TV movie. Haaz Sleiman (The Visitor) will star as Jesus in the all-star cast that also includes Kelsey Grammer, St We're really excited to announce the cast of our upcoming film, Killing Jesus, which will air in 2015 all around the world.
"30.07.2014 16:00:38" Inertia: it's a fundamental property of physics. And critically important to remember if you're going to try something as incredibly stupid as car jumping.
Tonight, we'll break down the science of infamous web fails. SCIENCE OF STUPID - Tonight at 1
"23.07.2014 15:23:16" To paraphrase Hooke's Law of Elasticity: "The longer the stretch, the more elastic energy in the chord, and that's a powerful force so don't do anything stupid with bungee chords."
At least that's what we think Hooke would have said if they had YouT
"15.07.2014 17:00:00" More Cosmos news: the show was nominated for an incredible 12 Emmy Awards. How many wins do we predict it'll take home?
"14.07.2014 21:30:44" The numbers are in. Thanks to all our fans around the world for making Cosmos the most-watched series in National Geographic Channel history!
"30.06.2014 21:55:49" Hey Nat Geo fans - for the most relevant information, be sure to select your region by clicking the (...) button on our page. That way you'll only hear about the shows airing in your market.
"22.06.2014 15:00:01" Esta noite, às 21h15, reveja Coisas que as Moléculas Fazem, o segundo episódio de #CosmosNoNatGeo. Assista também em alta definição no Nat Geo HD!
"22.06.2014 15:00:00" Mañana comienza la competencia de mentes brillantes en Brasil. No te pierdas el estreno de #SuperCerebrosBrasil. Lunes, 10 PM / 9.30 VE.
"21.06.2014 15:00:01" Todos quieren un lugar en la gran final, pero solo las mentes más brillantes lograrán llegar. #SuperCerebrosBrasil. Estreno lunes, 10 PM / 9.30 VE.
"21.06.2014 15:00:01" Um guarda-chuva que aguenta ventos de até 112 quilômetros por hora contra um super ventilador. Este é um dos desafios do episódio inédito de A Batalha dos Inventores, hoje, às 22h30! #EuViNoNatGeo
"20.06.2014 15:00:02" Amanhã, às 22h30, tem mais um episódio inédito de A Batalha dos Inventores no Nat Geo. Curta este post se você não vai perder!
"20.06.2014 15:00:00" ¿Sabías que en 1970 Brasil ganó su tercer Mundial? Revive el año en el que esta selección conquistó un nuevo campeonato en #100AñosDeFútbolBrasil. Hoy, 11 PM AR-CH / 10.30 PM VE / 9 PM MX-CO.
"19.06.2014 15:00:35" Revive el año en el que la selección brasileña conquistó su tercer mundial. #100AñosDeFútbolBrasil, nuevo episodio. Mañana, 11 PM AR-CH / 10.30 PM VE / 9 PM MX-CO.
"16.06.2014 14:07:54" Like everyone else, here at Nat Geo TV we’ve caught World Cup fever!
Before the games commence, let us introduce you to our Wild Brazil football team.
Today, meet Piranha our fearsome Striker.
Destination Wild: Brazil airs Sundays at 6PM
http:// Timeline Photos From Nat Geo UK: introducing the Nat Geo Wild World Cup team.
"16.06.2014 14:04:22" Timeline Photos Yesterday's word puzzle from Nat Geo US. To follow the American Facebook page, click "Switch Region" which is in the Page's settings.