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Voyage to the Mystery Moon
Saturn: Mysterious, hauntingly beautiful; a swirling ball of gas, embraced by heavenly rings that span over 150,000 miles, circled by more than 40 moons in dizzying orbits; so distant, going ther could only be a dream, until now.

Premiere Airdate: April 4, 2006

Deadly Ascent
In an exploration of extreme medical science, a team of scientists ascends Alaska's Mount McKinley to try to solve the mystery of high altitude deaths on one of the most dangerous mountains on earth, also known as Denali.

Premiere Airdate: January 17, 2006

The Perfect Corpse
Irish legends celebrate the Celts as an ancient mystical society, ruled by warrior kings, queens and druid priests. But the Celts had no writing and their oral traditions were written down. The manuscripts tell of heroic struggles between rival warriors and gods, yet the bodies tell a darker tale of torture, beheadings and human sacrifice.

Premiere Airdate: February 7, 2006

Volcano Under the City
A team of scientists trek into an active volcano. Their mission is to retrieve a lava sample to help forcast the next eruption. Time is of the essence, for they fear the next time it explodes, it could erupt beneath the nearby city of more than half a million people.

Premiere Airdate: November 1, 2005

The Viking Deception
In 1492, Columbus discovered America and for nearly 500 years there could be no fact more certain. Then, on the eve of Columbus Day, 1965, a mysterious map changed history forever. It proclaimed the Vikings discovered America, and experts dated it to half a century before Columbus' famous voyage. But is the Vinland Map real?

Premiere Airdate: February 8, 2005

Supersonic Dream
You've got business class and then you have first class. And then you have class. And that's what you had on a Concorde. During it's thirty-three years of flight, the Concorde captured the envy, the wonder and the ire of the entire world. Supersonic Dream is the amazing true story behind the world's first commercial supersonic airliner.

Premiere Airdate: January 18, 2005

The Boldest Hoax
For decades, a fossil skull discovered in Piltdown, England, was hailed as the missing link between apes and humans. Then in 1953, the awful truth came out: "Piltdown Man" was a fake! But who did it? Under suspicion are some of the most distinguishing scientists and citizens at the time -- including Sherlock Holmes author, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.

Premiere Airdate: January 11, 2005

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