Secrets is American History TV series. Also known as Feda in Turkey. It debuted on Aug 04, 2013, on Smithsonian Channel. The series has 8.2 * rating by IMDb. Won the Asia Rainbow TV Award.
How Many Seasons Does Secrets Have: 5 (33 episodes)
|Season 6|| |
|Season 5|| |
Season premieres on September 24, 2018
Finale: October 29, 2018
Smithsonian Channel, 6 episodes
|Season 4|| |
Season premieres on April 24, 2017
Finale: June 12, 2017
Smithsonian Channel, 8 episodes
|Season 3|| |
2016, Smithsonian Channel, 6 episodes
|Season 2|| |
2014, Smithsonian Channel, 7 episodes
|Season 1|| |
2013, Smithsonian Channel, 14 episodes
Secrets is on Smithsonian Channel (United States) Mondays at 6 pm
S5E6 (King Solomon's Mines) - Air Date: Oct 29, 2018 (9 months ago)
Excavations at Medieval Vyborg Castle Reveal Secrets of "Hidden" Passageway - Smithsonian.com - per Smithsonianmag
As Vyborg navigated the tumultuous years that followed, working to stave off financial woes and creeping disrepair of the castle, which has served as a state museum since 1970, new excavations were put on pause.
Europe's Famed Bog Bodies Are Starting to Reveal Their Secrets - Smithsonian - via Smithsonianmag
We’re finding them less frequently now that peat has greatly diminished as a source of fuel. To the extent that peat still gets cut at all—environmentalists oppose peat extraction in these fragile ecosystems—the job now falls to large machines that often grind up what might have emerged whole from the slow working of a hand spade.
Giant Space Observatories Will Unlock the Secrets of the Cosmos --"But Global Competition Intensifies" - The Daily Galaxy - via Dailygalaxy
Without a concerted effort, a US scientist in the 2030s will be left without similarly capable facilities. We will face an unacceptable dilemma: support existing grants and cede US leadership, or abandon funding for key areas of research to support a few world-leading facilities.
Gravity Map Reveals Tectonic Secrets Beneath Antartica's Ice - Smithsonian.com - per Smithsonianmag
The new maps will help researchers figure out just how the ancient bits and pieces of continents fit together and shifted over time. But the maps have more than historic interest. Knowing what lies beneath the ice sheet will help scientists understand its behavior and how the bedrock will respond as climate change begins melting the ice, causing the rock to rebound upward.