Science Channel Reveals Out of This World Phenomena in New Seasons "Space's Deepest Secrets" &"NASA's Unexplained Files"

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09 April 2017
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Space's Deepest Secrets
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"Space's Deepest Secrets" 
Premieres Tuesday, April 11 at 9PM ET/PT on Science Channel

"NASA's Unexplained Files"
Season Premiere Wednesday, April 12 at 9PM ET/PT on Science Channel

         Outer space is still largely an uncharted frontier filled with wonder and secrets. Over the years, bold pioneers have uncovered interstellar wonders including cosmic bodies, far away galaxies, and alien worlds. These groundbreaking explorations and findings are uncovered.
 
         “SPACE’S DEEPEST SECRETS” ventures deep into universe to uncover some of the most revolutionary findings in the history of space exploration. The courageous men and women that uncovered these groundbreaking findings give personal firsthand accounts of how they accomplished the seemingly impossible. The two-hour premiere episode, SPACE’S DEEPEST SECRETS: NASA’S GREATEST MOMENTS, highlights the triumphant space program’s most inspirational and formative moments. Other stories explored this season include space weather, massive black holes, the volcanoes of the solar system, and the hunt for a mysterious hidden universe.

 
 
          “NASA’S UNEXPLAINED FILES” opens the vaults of the world’s top space agency to reveal some of the extraordinary mysteries of the universe. Featuring insiders, scientists, astronauts, and researchers, the series looks at evidence of life beyond Earth and other bizarre occurrences. Among the stories investigated this season are a space probe that picked up anomalies on the surface of Mars, the Soviet version of the American Space Shuttle, a radio signal picked up from beyond our solar system, and questions about the strength of Earth’s magnetic field.
 
NASA’S UNEXPLAINED FILES
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