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  • Jan 23 9:00 pm
    NOVA
    Kilauea: Hawaii on Fire
    Join scientists and residents on a breathtaking journey to investigate the Kilauea volcano's recent spike in activity, including the deadly April 2017 eruption. Along the way, some of Hawaii's biggest secrets are revealed.
    PROGRAM PAGE
  • Jan 25 2:00 am
    NOVA
    Kilauea: Hawaii on Fire
    Join scientists and residents on a breathtaking journey to investigate the Kilauea volcano's recent spike in activity, including the deadly April 2017 eruption. Along the way, some of Hawaii's biggest secrets are revealed.
    PROGRAM PAGE
  • Jan 30 9:00 pm
    WATCH ONLINE
    NOVA
    First Face of America
    Take a risky dive into an underwater cave in Mexico to discover the 13,000-year-old skeleton of a prehistoric teenager. Follow forensic clues that reveal intimate details of her life and death, and how her people first ventured into North America.
    WATCH ONLINE PROGRAM PAGE
  • Feb 1 2:00 am
    WATCH ONLINE
    NOVA
    First Face of America
    Take a risky dive into an underwater cave in Mexico to discover the 13,000-year-old skeleton of a prehistoric teenager. Follow forensic clues that reveal intimate details of her life and death, and how her people first ventured into North America.
    WATCH ONLINE PROGRAM PAGE
  • Feb 6 9:00 pm
    NOVA
    Decoding The Pyramids
    How did the ancient Egyptians build the pyramids of Giza with only copper hand tools and none of today's construction and surveying equipment? Who were the thousands of laborers who raised the stones? Were they slaves or volunteers, and how were they housed, fed, and organized? Here is the latest evidence from the groundbreaking research of archaeologists Mark Lehner and Zahi Hawass as well as French archaeologist Pierre Tallet, whose team found the world's oldest writing on papyrus.
    PROGRAM PAGE
  • Feb 8 2:30 am
    NOVA
    Decoding The Pyramids
    How did the ancient Egyptians build the pyramids of Giza with only copper hand tools and none of today's construction and surveying equipment? Who were the thousands of laborers who raised the stones? Were they slaves or volunteers, and how were they housed, fed, and organized? Here is the latest evidence from the groundbreaking research of archaeologists Mark Lehner and Zahi Hawass as well as French archaeologist Pierre Tallet, whose team found the world's oldest writing on papyrus.
    PROGRAM PAGE
  • Feb 13 9:00 pm
    NOVA
    Rise of the Rockets
    We may be witnessing the dawn of a bold new era of human activity in space -- for science and exploration, but also for profit. An explosion of private companies are developing new technologies and lowering costs to bring space closer than ever. And at the same time, NASA is returning to manned spaceflight with gusto -- once again building a rocket to take us far beyond Earth -- a rocket more powerful even than the storied Saturn V.
    PROGRAM PAGE
  • Feb 15 2:30 am
    NOVA
    Rise of the Rockets
    We may be witnessing the dawn of a bold new era of human activity in space -- for science and exploration, but also for profit. An explosion of private companies are developing new technologies and lowering costs to bring space closer than ever. And at the same time, NASA is returning to manned spaceflight with gusto -- once again building a rocket to take us far beyond Earth -- a rocket more powerful even than the storied Saturn V.
    PROGRAM PAGE
WLIW21
  • Jan 23 2:00 pm
    WATCH ONLINE
    NOVA
    Day The Dinosaurs Died
    Investigate how an asteroid vanquished the dinosaurs 66 million years ago. Join scientists as they drill into the impact crater and, for the first time, reconstruct the hell on earth that unfolded in the minutes, hours and months after the impact.
    WATCH ONLINE PROGRAM PAGE
  • Jan 24 10:00 pm
    NOVA
    Kilauea: Hawaii on Fire
    Join scientists and residents on a breathtaking journey to investigate the Kilauea volcano's recent spike in activity, including the deadly April 2017 eruption. Along the way, some of Hawaii's biggest secrets are revealed.
    PROGRAM PAGE
  • Jan 30 2:00 pm
    NOVA
    Kilauea: Hawaii on Fire
    Join scientists and residents on a breathtaking journey to investigate the Kilauea volcano's recent spike in activity, including the deadly April 2017 eruption. Along the way, some of Hawaii's biggest secrets are revealed.
    PROGRAM PAGE
  • Jan 31 10:00 pm
    WATCH ONLINE
    NOVA
    First Face of America
    Take a risky dive into an underwater cave in Mexico to discover the 13,000-year-old skeleton of a prehistoric teenager. Follow forensic clues that reveal intimate details of her life and death, and how her people first ventured into North America.
    WATCH ONLINE PROGRAM PAGE
  • Feb 6 2:00 pm
    WATCH ONLINE
    NOVA
    First Face of America
    Take a risky dive into an underwater cave in Mexico to discover the 13,000-year-old skeleton of a prehistoric teenager. Follow forensic clues that reveal intimate details of her life and death, and how her people first ventured into North America.
    WATCH ONLINE PROGRAM PAGE
  • Feb 7 10:00 pm
    NOVA
    Decoding The Pyramids
    How did the ancient Egyptians build the pyramids of Giza with only copper hand tools and none of today's construction and surveying equipment? Who were the thousands of laborers who raised the stones? Were they slaves or volunteers, and how were they housed, fed, and organized? Here is the latest evidence from the groundbreaking research of archaeologists Mark Lehner and Zahi Hawass as well as French archaeologist Pierre Tallet, whose team found the world's oldest writing on papyrus.
    PROGRAM PAGE
  • Feb 13 2:00 pm
    NOVA
    Decoding The Pyramids
    How did the ancient Egyptians build the pyramids of Giza with only copper hand tools and none of today's construction and surveying equipment? Who were the thousands of laborers who raised the stones? Were they slaves or volunteers, and how were they housed, fed, and organized? Here is the latest evidence from the groundbreaking research of archaeologists Mark Lehner and Zahi Hawass as well as French archaeologist Pierre Tallet, whose team found the world's oldest writing on papyrus.
    PROGRAM PAGE
  • Feb 14 2:00 am
    NOVA
    Decoding The Pyramids
    How did the ancient Egyptians build the pyramids of Giza with only copper hand tools and none of today's construction and surveying equipment? Who were the thousands of laborers who raised the stones? Were they slaves or volunteers, and how were they housed, fed, and organized? Here is the latest evidence from the groundbreaking research of archaeologists Mark Lehner and Zahi Hawass as well as French archaeologist Pierre Tallet, whose team found the world's oldest writing on papyrus.
    PROGRAM PAGE
  • Feb 14 10:00 pm
    NOVA
    Rise of the Rockets
    We may be witnessing the dawn of a bold new era of human activity in space -- for science and exploration, but also for profit. An explosion of private companies are developing new technologies and lowering costs to bring space closer than ever. And at the same time, NASA is returning to manned spaceflight with gusto -- once again building a rocket to take us far beyond Earth -- a rocket more powerful even than the storied Saturn V.
    PROGRAM PAGE
NJTV
  • Jan 21 9:00 pm
    WATCH ONLINE
    NOVA
    Pluto and Beyond
    The New Horizons spacecraft attempts to fly by Ultima Thule, an object four billion miles from Earth.
    WATCH ONLINE PROGRAM PAGE
  • Jan 23 3:00 am
    WATCH ONLINE
    NOVA
    Pluto and Beyond
    The New Horizons spacecraft attempts to fly by Ultima Thule, an object four billion miles from Earth.
    WATCH ONLINE PROGRAM PAGE
  • Jan 28 9:00 pm
    WATCH ONLINE
    NOVA
    Einstein's Quantum Riddle
    Physicists capture light from across the universe in a bid to prove quantum entanglement.
    WATCH ONLINE PROGRAM PAGE
  • Jan 30 3:00 am
    WATCH ONLINE
    NOVA
    Einstein's Quantum Riddle
    Physicists capture light from across the universe in a bid to prove quantum entanglement.
    WATCH ONLINE PROGRAM PAGE
  • Feb 4 9:00 pm
    WATCH ONLINE
    NOVA
    Day The Dinosaurs Died
    Investigate how an asteroid vanquished the dinosaurs 66 million years ago. Join scientists as they drill into the impact crater and, for the first time, reconstruct the hell on earth that unfolded in the minutes, hours and months after the impact.
    WATCH ONLINE PROGRAM PAGE
  • Feb 6 3:00 am
    WATCH ONLINE
    NOVA
    Day The Dinosaurs Died
    Investigate how an asteroid vanquished the dinosaurs 66 million years ago. Join scientists as they drill into the impact crater and, for the first time, reconstruct the hell on earth that unfolded in the minutes, hours and months after the impact.
    WATCH ONLINE PROGRAM PAGE
  • Feb 11 9:00 pm
    NOVA
    Kilauea: Hawaii on Fire
    Join scientists and residents on a breathtaking journey to investigate the Kilauea volcano's recent spike in activity, including the deadly April 2017 eruption. Along the way, some of Hawaii's biggest secrets are revealed.
    PROGRAM PAGE
  • Feb 13 3:00 am
    NOVA
    Kilauea: Hawaii on Fire
    Join scientists and residents on a breathtaking journey to investigate the Kilauea volcano's recent spike in activity, including the deadly April 2017 eruption. Along the way, some of Hawaii's biggest secrets are revealed.
    PROGRAM PAGE
WLIW21 WORLD
  • Jan 24 7:00 pm
    NOVA
    Kilauea: Hawaii on Fire
    Join scientists and residents on a breathtaking journey to investigate the Kilauea volcano's recent spike in activity, including the deadly April 2017 eruption. Along the way, some of Hawaii's biggest secrets are revealed.
    PROGRAM PAGE
  • Jan 25 12:00 am
    NOVA
    Kilauea: Hawaii on Fire
    Join scientists and residents on a breathtaking journey to investigate the Kilauea volcano's recent spike in activity, including the deadly April 2017 eruption. Along the way, some of Hawaii's biggest secrets are revealed.
    PROGRAM PAGE
  • Jan 25 8:00 am
    NOVA
    Kilauea: Hawaii on Fire
    Join scientists and residents on a breathtaking journey to investigate the Kilauea volcano's recent spike in activity, including the deadly April 2017 eruption. Along the way, some of Hawaii's biggest secrets are revealed.
    PROGRAM PAGE
  • Jan 25 2:00 pm
    NOVA
    Kilauea: Hawaii on Fire
    Join scientists and residents on a breathtaking journey to investigate the Kilauea volcano's recent spike in activity, including the deadly April 2017 eruption. Along the way, some of Hawaii's biggest secrets are revealed.
    PROGRAM PAGE
  • Jan 31 7:00 pm
    WATCH ONLINE
    NOVA
    First Face of America
    Take a risky dive into an underwater cave in Mexico to discover the 13,000-year-old skeleton of a prehistoric teenager. Follow forensic clues that reveal intimate details of her life and death, and how her people first ventured into North America.
    WATCH ONLINE PROGRAM PAGE
  • Feb 1 12:00 am
    WATCH ONLINE
    NOVA
    First Face of America
    Take a risky dive into an underwater cave in Mexico to discover the 13,000-year-old skeleton of a prehistoric teenager. Follow forensic clues that reveal intimate details of her life and death, and how her people first ventured into North America.
    WATCH ONLINE PROGRAM PAGE
  • Feb 1 8:00 am
    WATCH ONLINE
    NOVA
    First Face of America
    Take a risky dive into an underwater cave in Mexico to discover the 13,000-year-old skeleton of a prehistoric teenager. Follow forensic clues that reveal intimate details of her life and death, and how her people first ventured into North America.
    WATCH ONLINE PROGRAM PAGE
  • Feb 1 2:00 pm
    WATCH ONLINE
    NOVA
    First Face of America
    Take a risky dive into an underwater cave in Mexico to discover the 13,000-year-old skeleton of a prehistoric teenager. Follow forensic clues that reveal intimate details of her life and death, and how her people first ventured into North America.
    WATCH ONLINE PROGRAM PAGE
  • Feb 7 7:00 pm
    NOVA
    Decoding The Pyramids
    How did the ancient Egyptians build the pyramids of Giza with only copper hand tools and none of today's construction and surveying equipment? Who were the thousands of laborers who raised the stones? Were they slaves or volunteers, and how were they housed, fed, and organized? Here is the latest evidence from the groundbreaking research of archaeologists Mark Lehner and Zahi Hawass as well as French archaeologist Pierre Tallet, whose team found the world's oldest writing on papyrus.
    PROGRAM PAGE
  • Feb 8 12:00 am
    NOVA
    Decoding The Pyramids
    How did the ancient Egyptians build the pyramids of Giza with only copper hand tools and none of today's construction and surveying equipment? Who were the thousands of laborers who raised the stones? Were they slaves or volunteers, and how were they housed, fed, and organized? Here is the latest evidence from the groundbreaking research of archaeologists Mark Lehner and Zahi Hawass as well as French archaeologist Pierre Tallet, whose team found the world's oldest writing on papyrus.
    PROGRAM PAGE
  • Feb 8 8:00 am
    NOVA
    Decoding The Pyramids
    How did the ancient Egyptians build the pyramids of Giza with only copper hand tools and none of today's construction and surveying equipment? Who were the thousands of laborers who raised the stones? Were they slaves or volunteers, and how were they housed, fed, and organized? Here is the latest evidence from the groundbreaking research of archaeologists Mark Lehner and Zahi Hawass as well as French archaeologist Pierre Tallet, whose team found the world's oldest writing on papyrus.
    PROGRAM PAGE
  • Feb 8 2:00 pm
    NOVA
    Decoding The Pyramids
    How did the ancient Egyptians build the pyramids of Giza with only copper hand tools and none of today's construction and surveying equipment? Who were the thousands of laborers who raised the stones? Were they slaves or volunteers, and how were they housed, fed, and organized? Here is the latest evidence from the groundbreaking research of archaeologists Mark Lehner and Zahi Hawass as well as French archaeologist Pierre Tallet, whose team found the world's oldest writing on papyrus.
    PROGRAM PAGE
  • Feb 14 7:00 pm
    NOVA
    Rise of the Rockets
    We may be witnessing the dawn of a bold new era of human activity in space -- for science and exploration, but also for profit. An explosion of private companies are developing new technologies and lowering costs to bring space closer than ever. And at the same time, NASA is returning to manned spaceflight with gusto -- once again building a rocket to take us far beyond Earth -- a rocket more powerful even than the storied Saturn V.
    PROGRAM PAGE
  • Feb 15 12:00 am
    NOVA
    Rise of the Rockets
    We may be witnessing the dawn of a bold new era of human activity in space -- for science and exploration, but also for profit. An explosion of private companies are developing new technologies and lowering costs to bring space closer than ever. And at the same time, NASA is returning to manned spaceflight with gusto -- once again building a rocket to take us far beyond Earth -- a rocket more powerful even than the storied Saturn V.
    PROGRAM PAGE
  • Feb 15 8:00 am
    NOVA
    Rise of the Rockets
    We may be witnessing the dawn of a bold new era of human activity in space -- for science and exploration, but also for profit. An explosion of private companies are developing new technologies and lowering costs to bring space closer than ever. And at the same time, NASA is returning to manned spaceflight with gusto -- once again building a rocket to take us far beyond Earth -- a rocket more powerful even than the storied Saturn V.
    PROGRAM PAGE
  • Feb 15 2:00 pm
    NOVA
    Rise of the Rockets
    We may be witnessing the dawn of a bold new era of human activity in space -- for science and exploration, but also for profit. An explosion of private companies are developing new technologies and lowering costs to bring space closer than ever. And at the same time, NASA is returning to manned spaceflight with gusto -- once again building a rocket to take us far beyond Earth -- a rocket more powerful even than the storied Saturn V.
    PROGRAM PAGE
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