SUPER TUESDAY ON SCIENCE INCLUDES LIVE COVERAGE OF SCOTT KELLY'S RETURN TO EARTH FROM SPACE
Join Science Channel on Super Tuesday for "Super Tuesday on Science" with space themed programming that will include the season finale of WHAT ON EARTH?, an all-new episode of NASA'S UNEXPLAINED FILES and ONE YEAR IN SPACE which explores the science behind Scott Kelly's year-long adventure in space; Science Channel will also break into programming at 11:27PM with live coverage of Kelly's return to earth from space.
Programming for Science Channel's "Super Tuesday on Science" on March 1 will include:
· 9PM - WHAT ON EARTH? (Season finale) Hidden Tomb of Genghis Khan: A strange structure is found in the heartlands of Mongolia. Is it the lost tomb of Genghis Khan? Bizarre rings in Spain could lead to the lost city of Atlantis. A huge floating island is on a collision course with New Zealand. Just what on earth are they?
· 10PM - NASA'S UNEXPLAINED FILES (All-new episode) Return of the Moon Bugs: Apollo 12 astronauts bring back something alive from the moon and NASA track an asteroid heading towards Earth but make a shocking discovery: it's not an asteroid, but an object that's artificial in nature.
· 11PM - ONE YEAR IN SPACE Scott Kelly Returns: What does it take to return an astronaut to earth? We go inside the science behind astronaut Scott Kelly's year in space.
· 11:27PM - ONE YEAR IN SPACE LIVE - Space Landing LIVE COVERAGE from Science Channel: Watch live as astronaut Scott Kelly returns to earth after a year on the International Space Station.