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VIDEOS

  • Cabin Fever show

    Cabin Fever

    After 30 weeks on board tension is high among crew members, anxious to get back on dry land.

    (03:02)
  • The Bridge show

    The Bridge

    The Bridge is the most protected area of the ship and can control every inch of every deck.

    (03:00)
  • Details show

    Details

    From pristine white table-clothes to Venetian glass chandeliers, perfection is in the details.

    (03:03)
  • SawMill Sink show

    SawMill Sink

    SawMill Sink webisode from Diving the Labyrinth series on National Geographic Channel

    (02:50)
  • Wildest Weather show

    Wildest Weather

    Discover where in our solar system rages a storm twice the size of Earth.

    (03:00)
  • Warriors show

    Warriors

    Nature lovers, not hunters: find out why the Massai carry their own weapons.

    (00:24)
  • Flowers to Needles show

    Flowers to Needles

    From poppy-flowers in Afghanistan to high-grade heroine on the streets of Vancouver. Here is where it starts.

    (02:59)
  • Monarch Mating show

    Monarch Mating

    Monarch butterflies descend to the forest floor in order to mate and begin their migration north.

    (02:13)
  • Millions of Crab Babies show

    Millions of Crab Babies

    Red crab larvae hatch and head for dry land, covering Christmas Island's shores in delicate little crablings.

    (02:22)
  • Filming Tragedy show

    Filming Tragedy

    Jouberts talk about filming the foal with his dead mother.

    (02:22)
  • Korengal show

    Korengal

    Soldiers recall their first impressions, thoughts and fears arriving at Korengal Valley in Afghanistan.

    (03:04)
  • Mars_MOBI01 show

    Mars_MOBI01

    Mars is very similar to Earth, sharing many characteristics after being created in much the same way.

    (03:00)
  • Mars_MOBI05 show

    Mars_MOBI05

    Mars is a long way for a human mission. One of the hardest aspects to resolve is the speed of approach.

    (02:57)
  • NeptuneAndUranus_MOBI1 show

    NeptuneAndUranus_MOBI1

    Uranus is the third largest planet, and is the only planet in the Solar System to orbit on its side.

    (03:00)
  • NeptuneAndUranus_ppc show

    NeptuneAndUranus_ppc

    Neptune and Uranus are two gas giant planets in our Solar System; Uranus calm, Neptune wild and mysterious.

    (01:50)
  • NeptuneAndUranus_viral show

    NeptuneAndUranus_viral

    Voyager was launched exploiting a window that occurs once every 176 years.

    (00:39)
  • Pluto&Beyond_viral show

    Pluto&Beyond_viral

    The New Horizons spacecraft is equipped with the best instruments that we have for observing Pluto.

    (00:34)
  • Saturn_MOBI4 show

    Saturn_MOBI4

    Saturn's rings are probably the remnants of a destroyed moon that have been stretched by gravitational forces.

    (03:06)
  • Underwater Cameras show

    Underwater Cameras

    The team will review the recorded footage and compare the sharks’ behavior before and after the shark feeds.

    (03:06)
  • Early American Dreams show

    Early American Dreams

    For some, dreams of America began at an early age.

    (03:06)