National Geographic Ten Years on Mars

When the twin rovers Spirit and Opportunity touched down on Mars in January 2004, they were expected to drive a few hundred yards and last 90 days. But scientists were wrong; the hardy robots proved to be two of the greatest explorers of the Space Age. Now, 10 years later, one rover is down, but the other refuses to die and continues to send back stunning images and exciting new scientific information. As newer rovers continue to land on the alien planet, we look back at this remarkable journey.
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National Geographic Miracle Landing on the Hudson

In January 2009, US Airways Flight 1549 took off from New York’s LaGuardia Airport en route to Charlotte, North Carolina. Within minutes a double bird strike destroyed both engines, and the crew made the terrifying decision to pitch the Airbus A320 into the Hudson River. Using intimate and emotive interviews as well as large-scale dramatic reconstructions, Miracle Landing on the Hudson reveals that the crash was merely the beginning of the passengers’ fight for survival…
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National Geographic Jack of All Trades 2013

Jack of All Trades follows a serial entrepreneur who must rely on his family to keep his business empire growing. Jack Moore is a blue collar, self-made, workaholic that can’t pass up an opportunity to make money. There’s only one thing Jack loves more than money, more money! Jack owns too many businesses to run by himself, so he has recruited his family members to keep his American dream going strong.
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National Geographic Ragged Tooth Sharks

Every two years, ragged tooth sharks swim 1,500 kilometres along the South African coast to mate. It’s always a fight for survival, but for one captive female ragged tooth, the stakes are even higher.
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National Geographic ISON Comet Of The Century

Comets have fascinated, even terrified us for thousands of years. This year, a particularly massive chunk of ice and rock is hurtling your way, an object that will fascinate billions and should create the space show of the century. Right now Comet ISON, somewhere between 1 and 10 kilometres in diameter, is just beyond the orbit of Jupiter. As it races past us toward the sun it should develop a tail that will light up the skies brighter than a full moon. In this exciting special, Nat Geo TV teams up with scientists all over the world as they follow a once-in-a-lifetime event and shoot breath-taking images of the sun-grazer comet. Bringing audiences up close and personal with one of stargazing’s most spectacular displays, Comet Ison reveals what the comet is made of, how it behaves and how it marks the latest chapter in the fascinating relationship between comets and humankind.
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National Geographic Wild 20 Animals That Will Kill You

Wild animals kill thousands of people every day – and the most dangerous creatures may not be what you think. From Bengal tigers to elephants to mosquitos, animals can kill in a multitude of ways. Predators are obvious killers, but others defend their territory, attack in self-defense, or kill by sheer accident. Wildlife experts break down some of the most revealing attacks caught on tape to expose what animals kill the most people, how they kill, and why.
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National Geographic Banged Up Abroad Vietnam POWs McCain and Brace

A profile of two American soldiers who were kept as POWs during the Vietnam War: Ernie Brace, who was held captive for almost eight years; and John McCain, whose plane was shot down over Hanoi.
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National Geographic Cyclings Greatest Fraud

Blood transfusions. Injections. Deceptions. National Geographic Channel goes inside the science and scheming of Lance Armstrong’s legendary fall from grace.
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National Geographic Banged Up Abroad The Real Argo

Learn the real story behind the Academy Award-winning movie “Argo” from the people who actually inspired the film. Locked Up Abroad sits down with Antonio Mendez — the former CIA officer portrayed in the movie by Ben Affleck — along with former hostages Mark Lijek and Cora Amburn-Lijek. Combining archival news footage with their first-person accounts, see how the CIA rescued six American diplomats from Tehran, Iran, by having them pose as a movie crew.
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National Geographic Caught In The Act Season 3 Episode 2

Head deep into the natural world and get right to the heart of the action as this new series documents some of the most unbelievable animal behaviour ever captured on camera. Witness amazing footage of creatures Caught in the Act and behaving oddly in their native habitat – from lions viciously attacking hyenas, to great white sharks leaping out of the ocean and a baby hippo escaping death at the jaws of a lioness. Caught on camera by tourists, safari guides and park rangers, as well as dedicated filmmakers, this action-packed series captures the remarkable antics of chimps, rhinos, leopards and more. Hear from those who experienced the events first-hand and also wildlife experts who analyse the goings on in an attempt to better understand the incredible natural world.
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