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How far can we push the human body? Can we break the 2-hour marathon barrier? We’ll find out tonight at 8/7c on #Breaking2.

We're pushing the limits of what the human body is capable of. Watch as elite athletes from around the globe compete to break the perhaps impossible 2-hour marathon barrier on #Breaking2, tomorrow at 8/7c. #Sponsored @nike

Explore the power of human potential. Can humans break the 2-hour marathon? Find out on #Breaking2, this Wednesday at 8/7c.

Thank you to all those who rooted for us! We are so proud of our casts and crews! #Emmys2017

View some of Cassini’s final photos that it beamed back before burning up in Saturn’s atmosphere this morning.
Before it plunged into Saturn’s atmosphere on September 15, NASA’s venerable Cassini spacecraft took one final glimpse at the system it had studied closely since July 2004. This photo shows hints of the planet’s iconic rings, as well as the six-sided jet stream that fringes its north pole.
On September 13, Cassini snuck a final look at Saturn’s moon Titan. During its mission, the probe peered through the moon’s thick atmosphere, spotting rivers and lakes fed by rainfall—but Titan is so cold, these liquids are hydrocarbons instead of water.
Cassini also bade farewell to Saturn’s moon Enceladus, seen here setting behind the giant planet. Cassini showed us that underneath the moon’s icy crust, there’s a vast ocean with the right conditions to potentially host life as we know it.
The spacecraft also gazed at Saturn’s rings and the tiny moons within them. In 2005, Cassini discovered Daphnis, the 2.4-mile-wide moon that continually carves out this rippled gap in Saturn’s A ring.
Late on September 14, Cassini took its final photo: a swath of Saturn’s atmosphere, lit by sunlight reflected off the planet’s glittering rings. Hours later, the spacecraft met its fiery fate in these swirls—marking the end of an extraordinary voyage.
To learn more about Cassini’s legacy and learnings, tune in to Mission Saturn tonight at 9/8c.
Photo captions by Michael Greshko from @natgeo.

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"One of my favorite behind-the-scenes stills by the great @jeremy_benning." #longroadhome #november7

Breaking2 is a scientific journey to discover what human beings are capable of.
Watch the premiere event September 20th at 8/7c. #Breaking2 #Sponsored @nike

The State is an important drama about one of the most pressing issues confronting the world today – why some young people are drawn to support the extremist version of Islam put forward by ISIS and what life is like for those who leave Britain in particular to join ISIS.
Watch the two-night premiere this Monday and Tuesday on National Geographic.

We're in Toronto for the world premiere of #Jane. Follow along on our IG Story.
Drawing from over 100 hours of never-before-seen footage that has been tucked away in the National Geographic archives for over 50 years, award-winning director Brett Morgen tells the story of JANE, a woman whose chimpanzee research challenged the male-dominated scientific consensus of her time and revolutionized our understanding of the natural world. Set to a rich orchestral score from legendary composer Philip Glass, the film offers an unprecedented, intimate portrait of Jane Goodall — a trailblazer who defied the odds to become one of the world’s most admired conservationists.

#TIFF #TIFF2017 #worldpremiere #janegoodall

In just 60 days... #LongRoadHome tells the story of what was supposed to just be a routine patrol.
November 7th on National Geographic.

Next week, NASA's Cassini will be purposefully destroyed in Saturn's atmosphere.
Learn more about the spacecraft's accomplishments on #MissionSaturn, Sept 15 at 9/8c.
#space #saturn #nasa #cassini #astronomy #natgeo #nationalgeographic

We're taking you on a trip that's out of this world! Explore the inside of the Mars set on a very special 360-degree livestream at 12pm EST on our Facebook (link in our bio).

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