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In the dramatic season finale of #MARS, a devastating tragedy befalls the colony—tonight at 9/8c.

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We asked you if you'd personally take the trip to Mars—and this is how you answered:

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Take a 360 look at the Mars Desert Research Station, a Martian habitat simulator. Catch up on the entire #MARS series, tonight at 6/5c. https://goo.gl/Ttdv8i

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Neil deGrasse Tyson blows William Shatner’s mind with this space time fact. #StarTalkTV

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Introducing the January issue: Our special exploration of gender—in science, in social systems, and in civilizations throughout history. Download the issue now on iOS: http://on.natgeo.com/2gSp4u5 or order today: http://on.natgeo.com/2hEreKY #GenderRevolution

With unprecedented access to Elon Musk and his SpaceX team, witness the historic landing of a Falcon 9 rocket at Cape Canaveral. #MARS

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Join a group of Antarctic scientists as they build the world's coldest porta-potty, known as the "waste tent." #Continent7

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Take a look at the global refugee crisis and how some cities are taking a novel approach to the problem. #Explorer

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Neil deGrasse Tyson explains why Mars would be a novel vacation spot, but not a place you'd want to live.

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In Hong Kong, Sigourney Weaver learns what could happen if China doesn't make a major shift in its economic growth model. Years of Living Dangerously #YEARSproject

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Find out more about the moon illusion, which has been puzzling scientists since at least the fourth century B.C.

Find out more about the moon illusion, which has been puzzling scientists since at least the fourth century B.C.
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After Hurricane Matthew hit, a silent killer struck the fragile country—again.

After Hurricane Matthew hit, a silent killer struck the fragile country—again.
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More than 18,000 hunters from around the world spend upwards of $325 million on hunting in Africa yearly. Bryan Christy visits a big game park in Zimbabwe to see how conservation balances with the big game hunts funding the park. #Explorer

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Two grand sky-watching spectacles are about to battle it out this week, as the peak of the Geminid meteor shower meets the final supermoon of 2016.

In an unusual double feature for sky-watchers, the Geminids will peak during the year's final super-close full moon.  
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Physiological pressures overwhelm the Daedalus crew. Scientists examine the effects of extreme isolation. #MARS

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