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She cataloged the stars—and changed the face of astronomy
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How notes from the mothers of astronomy were reclaimed in art
How notes from the mothers of astronomy were reclaimed in art
Legends of Texas come alive along this wild frontier
Legends of Texas come alive along this wild frontier
This European map inspired a cartography craze 500 years ago
This European map inspired a cartography craze 500 years ago
Exploring the magic of Taiwan’s ‘Spirited Away’ city
Exploring the magic of Taiwan’s ‘Spirited Away’ city
Oregon pioneers program to help wildlife traffickers make amends
Oregon pioneers program to help wildlife traffickers make amends

Explorer: The Last Tepui

The Disney+ Earth Day special from National Geographic, 'Explorer: The Last Tepui,' follows elite climber Alex Honnold ('Free Solo') and an elite climbing team as they attempt to climb up a sheer cliff and deliver a renowned scientist to the top of a tepui to search for undiscovered species.
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Exploring the magic of Taiwan’s ‘Spirited Away’ city
Exploring the magic of Taiwan’s ‘Spirited Away’ city
Buried stories: the tombs of Hegra
Buried stories: the tombs of Hegra
Finding peace on a train across America
Finding peace on a train across America
See what our national parks first looked like
See what our national parks first looked like
Escape the heat at these 10 cool U.S. destinations
Escape the heat at these 10 cool U.S. destinations
How Black climbers are closing the adventure gap
Ten Black adventurers. More than 29,000 feet of altitude. One historic summit of Mount Everest.

Science of Sprinting

Paralympian sprinter Jarryd Wallace's bio­mechanics are analyzed at the Southern Methodist University Locomotor Performance Laboratory in Dallas, Texas, in this image from our photography archives.

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July 2022 Issue

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Reviving Europe’s ancient ‘superhighway’
Reviving Europe’s ancient ‘superhighway’
This photographer aims to turn shark fear into fascination
This photographer aims to turn shark fear into fascination
Wild animals are adapting to city life in surprising ways
Wild animals are adapting to city life in surprising ways
What you can learn from visiting every nation on Earth
What you can learn from visiting every nation on Earth

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