Scientists send a house into flight with balloons.
One camera crew tries to get as close as they can to the great white.
From clock work to aviation, trace the origins of today’s technology.
Re-enactments bring historic innovation to life.
Cameras catch never-before-seen rock formations, lava vents, and unusual species that call the ocean-bottom home.
If Earth was about to be destroyed, what would we do? Mankind would need to create a vast ship, power it, and find a new...
Trek across the globe with National Geographic Explorers.
Scientists race to find one frozen cell that may bring a 10,000 year old mammoth back to life.
Host Jake Porway goes to the streets with experiments and interactive games.
Captured moments of Jake Porway experimenting and testing life’s little mysteries.
Meet the people bringing you the amazing stories surrounding the Cosmos.
See the team at Comic-Con for global launch of Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey.
Scientific experiments, engineering challenges and the people who put you through it all.
The men and women scientists that are out to discover what effect the warmer climate is having on our weather.
Action shots of people performing some of the crazy stunts featured in the show.
Discover how science makes a difference between landing the perfect jump and falling flat.
Check out these images of experts replicating and breaking down the science of each attempted stunt.
Click to view pictures of some amateur stunts gone wrong.
Tim Shaw will leave you astonished with the surprising results of his experiments.