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  • Sometimes it’s bad conditions, other times it's mechanical failure, or human error. Finding out the cause of a crash helps make flying safer for all of us, and brings closure to grieving families. 

A new Air Disasters airs this Sunday at 8PM.

      

  • At 5:04PM on this day in 1989, a 6.9 magnitude earthquake struck the San Francisco area--the deadliest American earthquake in living memory. Do you remember where you were when it hit? 

Witness the heart-pounding rescue efforts that followed the disaster on Make It Out Alive. http://bit.ly/2ynajFK

      

  • Happy Hagfish Day! With its velvety skin and terrifying pit of a mouth, this ancient slime-emitting ocean-dweller provides a glimpse of what life was like 300 million years ago. 

Take a closer look on Crazy Monster. http://bit.ly/2yoZcvW #WildWednesday

      

  • Fearing that Louisiana's snowy egret was on the verge of extinction, the heir to the Tabasco fortune waded into the swamp, caught eight birds, and started the state's first wildlife preserve.

Fly through Bird City on Aerial America: Amazing Destinations. http://bit.ly/2pGclg2

      

  • After the Civil War, one man realized there was money to be made in contacting the dead. Witness the haunting history of the Ouija board on My Million Dollar Invention. http://bit.ly/2pINdFG

      

  • On today's date in 1859, abolitionist John Brown and 18 of his anti-slavery supporters launched their raid on the US armory in Harpers Ferry. 

Explore a landmark location in American history on Aerial America: West Virginia. http://bit.ly/2pIOXPd

      

  • Investigators sorting through the wreckage in a perilous Airbus A340 crash come to a bombshell conclusion. Discover what went wrong, tonight at 8 on Air Disasters. http://bit.ly/2pFEZ0R

      

  • Scientists extract DNA from the most famous mummy of all to finally reveal the genetic fingerprint of the boy behind the golden mask. 

Uncover King Tut's Final Mystery, tonight at 10. #HistoryMonday http://bit.ly/2ymkWsd

      

  • Why did the pharaohs of Egypt's New Kingdom bury their dead deep underground and not in pyramids like the earlier kings? 

Descend into the Valley of the Kings and discover an ancient innovation against tomb robbing, tonight at 8PM on Secrets: Egypt's Lost Princess. http://bit.ly/2NSfUhE #HistoryMonday

      

  • Icy conditions may have contributed to the crash of Comair Flight 3272, but what investigators really want to know is why the flight crew didn’t do anything about it. 

A new episode of Air Disasters airs tonight at 8PM.

      

  • Swaying 600 feet over Seattle streets, climbing the Space Needle is an easy way to get sea sick. Fortunately, you don't have to scale it yourself to enjoy the magnificent view -- just watch Aerial Cities tonight at 10. http://bit.ly/2IB1q00

      

  • The galley is heating up as Norrona's cooking crew prepares a meaty Viking-themed feast for 400 passengers. Vegetarians beware: The new episode of Mighty Ships: Norrona premieres tonight at 9. http://bit.ly/2IC9Fcd

      

Sometimes it’s bad conditions, other times it's mechanical failure, or human error. Finding out the cause of a crash helps make flying safer for all of us, and brings closure to grieving families. A new Air Disasters airs this Sunday at 8PM.

 

 

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