Explorers Reflect On 125 Years Of National Geographic

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Guests

Robert Ballard, explorer-in-residence, National Geographic Society
Terry Garcia, executive vice president for Mission Programs, National Geographic Society
Sarah Parcak, associate professor of archarology, University of Alabama at Birmingham

January 2013 marks the 125th birthday of the National Geographic Society. Over the decades, the magazine has transported readers to faraway places, introduced the world to new species and provided a window into a world of exploration and discovery.

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