Episode 10: What destroyed the Hindenburg?

There are dozens of theories about what caused the calamitous crash of the Hindenburg on May 6, 1937. But what really happened?

In this episode of Curiosity, a team of aeronautical engineers sets out to see which theory is correct by building three perfectly accurate 50-foot replicas of the ill-fated airship. Those who tune in will get to see these experts put the leading theories to the test and find out what really destroyed the Hindenburg.

And for a quick breakdown of compelling facts from this episode, check out our "What destroyed the Hindenburg?" FAQ here: http://dsc.discovery.com/tv-shows/curiosity/topics/what-destroyed-the-hindenburg-episode10-faq.htm.

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