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New on Discovery in April 2009

Written by TVSA Team from the blog Discovery Channel on 08 Apr 2009
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New on Discovery this April, 2009:

Destroyed In Seconds
Premiered:
Tuesday, 2 April 2009 at 22h00

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Destroyed in Seconds reveals the most shocking catastrophes caught on tape. Each episode features footage of implosions, explosions and the devastation of tornados, hurricanes, crashing trains and dilapidated skyscrapers. 



NASA's Greatest Missions
Premiered:
Wednesday, 8 April 2009 at 21h00

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A new series to celebrate NASA's 50th birthday. The show features the space agency’s pioneering missions across the years - from the early quest to break through the Sound Barrier, to the historic first moon landing, through to the Soyuz link up, the breathtaking first Shuttle launch and the spine-tingling unattached space walk by Bruce Mc Candless.



Tornado Rampage (Special)
Premiere date:
Thursday, 16 April 2009 at 22h00



A documentary special that explores the most implacable and devastating twisters of 2008 and features the most powerful and rare tornado of all that left utter chaos in its path.

TVSA's Tornado Rampage Mini Site



Raging Nature
Premiere date:
Thursday, 23 April 2009 at 21h00

Raging Nature collects together videos of dramatic swarms, sandstorms, landslides, giant hailstones, freak electricity storms and elephants going wild.

The series deconstructs and analyzes the video to add context and insight to the incidents and shows each incident with added CGI effects.





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