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Virtual Solar System

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Your tour of the solar system begins with this dramatic overview. The sun, which contains 99.85 percent of all matter in the solar system, dominates the planets, which are seen rotating precisely in proportion to one another-Jupiter fastest, Venus slowest. More…


21st-Century Slaves Map

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Illegal in every country on Earth, slavery is notoriously difficult to measure. The low estimates mapped here are drawn from the widely cited work of slavery researcher Kevin Bales, director of U.S.-based Free the Slaves. More…


Seconds from Disaster : Crash of the Concorde

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One moment, everything appears to be normal. Seconds later, an unimaginable disaster. How could this happen? Join us, as we deconstruct, moment-by-moment, the chain of events leading to the crash of the Concorde. More…


Indian Renaissance

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Cultural and economic energy is flowing across Indian Country-in the archipelago of reservations remaining from once vast territories, and in the myriad communities around the nation where Indians have made their homes. This revival was ignited with the political activism of the 1960s when, after centuries of subjugation and government control, Indians increased demands for sovereignty and expanded efforts to reclaim their heritage. More…


Interpol Investigates

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Interpol Investigates takes you around the world to exotic locales-and to real-life crime scenes. Join this elite band of international police as they investigate crimes committed across borders. From Nepal to England, go on the trail of each criminal, and see if you can piece together the clues left behind. More…


Greetings from the Jersey Shore

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Produced by: Amy Toensing, Cathy Newman

With 127 miles (204 kilometers) of beach to play on, just about anything goes-from boardwalk sideshow to casino sizzle. More…


Forces of Nature

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Witnessing the devastating effects of extreme weather phenomena-from the safety of a television set-proves to be awe inspiring entertainment for wide audiences. Drawing on the rich resources and expertise inside National Geographic, this companion site, Forces of Nature, to the IMAX film of the same name helps audiences understand the science behind the earth's most violent natural events. More…


Chasing Tornadoes

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They snap telephone poles like toothpicks, turn homes into flying debris and rip asphalt roads off the ground. Most people run for cover when a twister is approaching. But when storm researcher Tim Samaras and photographer Carsten Peter learned a tornado was forming, they couldn't get there fast enough. More…


Round the World : The Volvo Ocean Race 2001-2002

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"The Volvo Ocean Race 2001-2002 sends eight superfast sloops on an incredible round-the-world race to the finish. Visitors to the National Geographic site experience and learn about the race in a variety of ways: Interactives, Geo Files, and Race Dispatches. The Interactives allow sailing enthusiasts to explore the anatomy of one of the VO Class 60 sloop boats or use a Sailing Simulator to test their skills against basic variables of wind and sail." More…


Lewis & Clark : The Journey Begins

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"When Thomas Jefferson dispatched Lewis and Clark to find a water route across North America and explore the uncharted West, he expected they'd encounter woolly mammoths, erupting volcanoes, and a mountain of pure salt. What they found was no less surprising. See it all on our journey: journal entries, historical photos, drawings, and more." More…