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Untold Stories of D-Day

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It was D-Day. In the early morning American, British and Canadian troops stormed five beaches in Normandy. Hitler's forces defended their occupation with everything they had. Offshore and onshore, the Germans had laid out a field of deadly deterrents. More…


Life Revealed, A

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Her face is internationally recognized. She has become an icon symbol of a war-weary country, a youth lost too early. Ever since she appeared on the cover of the June 1985 National Geographic, the unidentified "girl with the eyes," the "Afghan girl," has cast her disarming gaze on the world, forcing us to take a second look and compelling us to ask, "Who is she?" Now, after 17 years, she has been found. She is alive. She has a name: Sharbat Gula. More…


New Suburb?, The

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Produced by: Hello Design

It consumes more than two million acres (400,000 hectares) of U.S. open space eac hyear, keeps people sequestered in cars, and zones small-town ideals into obscurity. It's called sprawl, and by definition it's big. But it's got competition. More…


Map Machine: Civil War Edition

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Produced by: ESRI

Filled with lots of pictures and maps during historical time periods. More…


Tracking the Evolution Story

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Produced by: Medlia Technologies, Robert Clark

How does a photographer stay organized while shooting the story of evolution at 24 different locations around the globe in only six weeks? More…


Ituri Forest Pygmies

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Here is an interactive photo/narrative that expalins the social structure of Pigmies in Africa as their lives persevere in today's world. More…


Inside Tornadoes

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It's a technological first. A well-placed probe fitted with 7 video cameras-6 with a 60-degree field-of-view designed to achieve a full 360-degree field-of-view (one failed during deployment, resulting in a 300-degree field-of-view) and one pointing upward-captures footage inside a tornado, providing visual data on ground wind speeds where the storm does the greatest damage. And Tim Samaras with his team of storm chasers are there to make it happen. More…


Inside a Tornado

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Produced by: Tim Samaras

If you've ever wondered what it's like to be inside a tornado, wonder no more. Researcher/Engineer/Storm chaser Tim Samaras takes you inside a funnel cloud using an innovative video probe he designed to study these powerful weather phenomena. More…


Unraveling the Mysteries of King Tutankhamun

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Produced by: Melia Design Group

National Geographic magazine and Melia Design Group put together this interactive expedition that allows you to examine the paintings on the wall's of Tut's burial chamber, "unpack" the layers of shrines and coffins within which his mummy was found, examine imagery from the recent CT-scan study done on the mummy, and view facial reconstructions of Tut created by two separate teams of forensic experts. More…


Color: A Fish's-Eye View

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Produced by: Melia Design Group

There's more going on in coral reefs than just vivid displays of light and color. Marine life is communicating. Word gets out, so to speak, when a spine cheek anemonefish changes from male to female. More…