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Each episode focuses on a single engineering specialty, like blasting, underwater construction, forensic engineering, robotics and virtual engineering.

Each episode focuses on a single engineering specialty, like blasting, underwater construction, forensic engineering, robotics and virtual engineering.

Each episode focuses on a single engineering specialty, like blasting, underwater construction, forensic engineering, robotics and virtual engineering.

Each episode focuses on a single engineering specialty, like blasting, underwater construction, forensic engineering, robotics and virtual engineering.

Science Bank is a series of programs which demonstrate a variety of science experiments with graphical explanations and real life applications. This episode contains the ...

Science Bank is a series of programs which demonstrate a variety of science experiments with graphical explanations and real life applications. This episode contains the visible spectrum; longer waves and shorter waves

The Known Universe
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The Known Universe: Escaping Earth

Season 3  |  Episode 7  |  National Geographic  |  August 16, 2016
We've landed on the moon, and launched probes to study planets hundreds of millions of miles away. But when it comes to space travel, we're just beginners. Find out how tough ...

We've landed on the moon, and launched probes to study planets hundreds of millions of miles away. But when it comes to space travel, we're just beginners. Find out how tough it is defying gravity.

The Universe
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The Universe: Biggest Blasts

Season 4  |  Episode 4  |  The History Channel  |  February 15, 2011
The Universe is full of explosions that both create and destroy. This is a countdown of 10 of the biggest, most powerful types of blasts to rock the cosmos.

The Universe is full of explosions that both create and destroy. This is a countdown of 10 of the biggest, most powerful types of blasts to rock the cosmos.

In the cosmos' vast expanse, nothing matters more than speed. Whether venturing out to the farthest reaches of the solar system or exploring the mysteries of space and time, ...

In the cosmos' vast expanse, nothing matters more than speed. Whether venturing out to the farthest reaches of the solar system or exploring the mysteries of space and time, speed is the key.

Each episode focuses on a single engineering specialty, like blasting, underwater construction, forensic engineering, robotics and virtual engineering.

Each episode focuses on a single engineering specialty, like blasting, underwater construction, forensic engineering, robotics and virtual engineering.

Each episode focuses on a single engineering specialty, like blasting, underwater construction, forensic engineering, robotics and virtual engineering.

Each episode focuses on a single engineering specialty, like blasting, underwater construction, forensic engineering, robotics and virtual engineering.

Each episode focuses on a single engineering specialty, like blasting, underwater construction, forensic engineering, robotics and virtual engineering.

Each episode focuses on a single engineering specialty, like blasting, underwater construction, forensic engineering, robotics and virtual engineering.

Each episode focuses on a single engineering specialty, like blasting, underwater construction, forensic engineering, robotics and virtual engineering.

Each episode focuses on a single engineering specialty, like blasting, underwater construction, forensic engineering, robotics and virtual engineering.

Each episode focuses on a single engineering specialty, like blasting, underwater construction, forensic engineering, robotics and virtual engineering.

Each episode focuses on a single engineering specialty, like blasting, underwater construction, forensic engineering, robotics and virtual engineering.

The Known Universe
44:55

The Known Universe: Treasure Hunt

Season 3  |  Episode 2  |  National Geographic  |  January 17, 2016
The hunt for precious stones and metals is evolving from digging deep within our home planet to mining new energy sources and vital resources in the furthest reaches of the ...

The hunt for precious stones and metals is evolving from digging deep within our home planet to mining new energy sources and vital resources in the furthest reaches of the solar system.

The incredible discoveries scientists are making in the hunt for life in the cosmos may force us to re-evaluate our basic beliefs about where life might exist on - and off - ...

The incredible discoveries scientists are making in the hunt for life in the cosmos may force us to re-evaluate our basic beliefs about where life might exist on - and off - our home planet.

Each episode focuses on a single engineering specialty, like blasting, underwater construction, forensic engineering, robotics and virtual engineering.

Each episode focuses on a single engineering specialty, like blasting, underwater construction, forensic engineering, robotics and virtual engineering.

Each episode focuses on a single engineering specialty, like blasting, underwater construction, forensic engineering, robotics and virtual engineering.

Each episode focuses on a single engineering specialty, like blasting, underwater construction, forensic engineering, robotics and virtual engineering.

Each episode focuses on a single engineering specialty, like blasting, underwater construction, forensic engineering, robotics and virtual engineering.

Each episode focuses on a single engineering specialty, like blasting, underwater construction, forensic engineering, robotics and virtual engineering.

Travel deep into the cosmos to witness the most violent impacts in the universe. Collisions so powerful they shake the foundations of space itself, including those that ...

Travel deep into the cosmos to witness the most violent impacts in the universe. Collisions so powerful they shake the foundations of space itself, including those that created Earth and the moon.

Science Bank is a series of programs which demonstrate a variety of science experiments with graphical explanations and real life applications. This episode contains static ...

Science Bank is a series of programs which demonstrate a variety of science experiments with graphical explanations and real life applications. This episode contains static electricity, magnetism and generating electricity.

Science Bank is a series of programs which demonstrate a variety of science experiments with graphical explanations and real life applications. Today: Force and Motion - ...

Science Bank is a series of programs which demonstrate a variety of science experiments with graphical explanations and real life applications. Today: Force and Motion - constant speed, acceleration and gravity and falling.

From eating to sleeping to sex, we're only just beginning to understand the human body's ability to endure the intensity of travelling far away from Earth into the zero ...

From eating to sleeping to sex, we're only just beginning to understand the human body's ability to endure the intensity of travelling far away from Earth into the zero gravity vacuum of space.

The Known Universe
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The Known Universe: Time Bombs

Season 2  |  Episode 5  |  National Geographic  |  September 1, 2016
Planets, moons and stars are all at risk of violent earthquake and volcanic upheaval. The violence unleashed on these worlds provides a frightening blueprint of what could ...

Planets, moons and stars are all at risk of violent earthquake and volcanic upheaval. The violence unleashed on these worlds provides a frightening blueprint of what could happen on Earth.

See how everything from basic household items and vehicles to our most advanced technologies here on Earth are being transformed for use in outer space.

See how everything from basic household items and vehicles to our most advanced technologies here on Earth are being transformed for use in outer space.

The Known Universe
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The Known Universe: Space Strorms

Season 2  |  Episode 3  |  National Geographic  |  April 21, 2013
Earth's wildest weather is nothing compared to other planets, where winds reach 17,000 km/h and liquid methane rains. Brave the heart of the universe's biggest super-storms.

Earth's wildest weather is nothing compared to other planets, where winds reach 17,000 km/h and liquid methane rains. Brave the heart of the universe's biggest super-storms.

Each episode focuses on a single engineering specialty, like blasting, underwater construction, forensic engineering, robotics and virtual engineering.

Each episode focuses on a single engineering specialty, like blasting, underwater construction, forensic engineering, robotics and virtual engineering.

Each episode focuses on a single engineering specialty, like blasting, underwater construction, forensic engineering, robotics and virtual engineering.

Each episode focuses on a single engineering specialty, like blasting, underwater construction, forensic engineering, robotics and virtual engineering.

The cycle of life and death for asteroids, comets, moons, planets, stars - even galaxies - is a lot bigger and more complex than you might think. Theirs are epic tales of ...

The cycle of life and death for asteroids, comets, moons, planets, stars - even galaxies - is a lot bigger and more complex than you might think. Theirs are epic tales of death and rebirth.

Each episode focuses on a single engineering specialty, like blasting, underwater construction, forensic engineering, robotics and virtual engineering.

Each episode focuses on a single engineering specialty, like blasting, underwater construction, forensic engineering, robotics and virtual engineering.

Each episode focuses on a single engineering specialty, like blasting, underwater construction, forensic engineering, robotics and virtual engineering.

Each episode focuses on a single engineering specialty, like blasting, underwater construction, forensic engineering, robotics and virtual engineering.

Each episode focuses on a single engineering specialty, like blasting, underwater construction, forensic engineering, robotics and virtual engineering.

Each episode focuses on a single engineering specialty, like blasting, underwater construction, forensic engineering, robotics and virtual engineering.

Each episode focuses on a single engineering specialty, like blasting, underwater construction, forensic engineering, robotics and virtual engineering.

Each episode focuses on a single engineering specialty, like blasting, underwater construction, forensic engineering, robotics and virtual engineering.

Each episode focuses on a single engineering specialty, like blasting, underwater construction, forensic engineering, robotics and virtual engineering.

Each episode focuses on a single engineering specialty, like blasting, underwater construction, forensic engineering, robotics and virtual engineering.

Each episode focuses on a single engineering specialty, like blasting, underwater construction, forensic engineering, robotics and virtual engineering.

Each episode focuses on a single engineering specialty, like blasting, underwater construction, forensic engineering, robotics and virtual engineering.

The Known Universe
46:58

The Known Universe: Star Gates

Season 2  |  Episode 6  |  National Geographic  |  September 1, 2016
Travel back in time to see how the ancients studied and used the stars. From timing hunts to laying the foundations of civilisation, the stars were vital to our social and ...

Travel back in time to see how the ancients studied and used the stars. From timing hunts to laying the foundations of civilisation, the stars were vital to our social and spiritual evolution.

From Venus' lava-covered surface to the solar system's largest volcano on Mars and beyond to Jupiter's moon Io, the most volcanically active place we know, the universe is a ...

From Venus' lava-covered surface to the solar system's largest volcano on Mars and beyond to Jupiter's moon Io, the most volcanically active place we know, the universe is a truly explosive place.

Building in zero gravity is like building a ship, at sea... while it's moving. Construction in space represents the future of human civilisation but also poses huge technical ...

Building in zero gravity is like building a ship, at sea... while it's moving. Construction in space represents the future of human civilisation but also poses huge technical difficulties.

Deep ocean and deep space are the two most daunting frontiers left in science. Exploring both could answer questions about how life originated on Earth and the ultimate fate ...

Deep ocean and deep space are the two most daunting frontiers left in science. Exploring both could answer questions about how life originated on Earth and the ultimate fate of the universe.

Each episode focuses on a single engineering specialty, like blasting, underwater construction, forensic engineering, robotics and virtual engineering.

Each episode focuses on a single engineering specialty, like blasting, underwater construction, forensic engineering, robotics and virtual engineering.

Each episode focuses on a single engineering specialty, like blasting, underwater construction, forensic engineering, robotics and virtual engineering.

Each episode focuses on a single engineering specialty, like blasting, underwater construction, forensic engineering, robotics and virtual engineering.

Each episode focuses on a single engineering specialty, like blasting, underwater construction, forensic engineering, robotics and virtual engineering.

Each episode focuses on a single engineering specialty, like blasting, underwater construction, forensic engineering, robotics and virtual engineering.

Each episode focuses on a single engineering specialty, like blasting, underwater construction, forensic engineering, robotics and virtual engineering.

Each episode focuses on a single engineering specialty, like blasting, underwater construction, forensic engineering, robotics and virtual engineering.

Many argue that flying saucers and other extra-terrestrial space ships continuously visit the earth. If that were true, what kinds of technologies would such alien spacecraft ...

Many argue that flying saucers and other extra-terrestrial space ships continuously visit the earth. If that were true, what kinds of technologies would such alien spacecraft require? And do eyewitness reports of UFO sightings jibe with modern theories of how interstellar travel might be possible? Authors, astronomers and theoretical physicists weigh in with the blueprints for inertia-cancelling devices, nuclear-powered craft, antimatter propulsion systems and even warp drives. Based on Einstein's theories and countless scientific studies, we'll find out how these visitors might bridge the vast distances between the stars. And if they could survive such hazardous journeys, are they flesh and blood or intelligent machines?The Universe: UFOs The Real Deal - Series 6, Ep 6 of 7

The Universe
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The Universe: Pulsars And Quasars

Season 4  |  Episode 10  |  The History Channel  |  February 21, 2011
They sound something alike ... but they are oh-so different. Pulsars are tiny - only a few miles across - but they spin as fast as a kitchen blender and sweep the sky with ...

They sound something alike ... but they are oh-so different. Pulsars are tiny - only a few miles across - but they spin as fast as a kitchen blender and sweep the sky with beacons of radiation that make them appear to flash on and off. They have unbelievably strong magnetic fields, are more accurate than atomic clocks ... and they can even tell aliens just where to find the Earth! Quasars are at the other end of the spectrum.

The Sun is our local star - a nuclear reactor at the hub of the Solar System. Each second, the Sun loses four million tonnes of mass - energy that will keep the Sun blazing ...

The Sun is our local star - a nuclear reactor at the hub of the Solar System. Each second, the Sun loses four million tonnes of mass - energy that will keep the Sun blazing for another five billion years. Yet the Sun, overall, is no denser than yoghurt, a cauldron of incandescent gas spewing flares and prominences. Electrically charged particles stream from the Sun - the solar wind. Twists in the magnetic field trigger gigantic ejections that turn the wind into a storm.

In the known universe, size matters. From the enormity of the galaxy, to the tiny atoms that are the building blocks of everything, the universe is a place of extreme sizes. ...

In the known universe, size matters. From the enormity of the galaxy, to the tiny atoms that are the building blocks of everything, the universe is a place of extreme sizes. From the unimaginably big to the incomprehensibly small, explore size in the universe and exactly what it means to us and our understanding of the cosmos.

Navigating the stars and the 88 constellations of the night sky. A beginner’s guide to using vivid and easily recognisable patterns - like Orion, the Hunter, and Ursa Major, ...

Navigating the stars and the 88 constellations of the night sky. A beginner’s guide to using vivid and easily recognisable patterns - like Orion, the Hunter, and Ursa Major, the Great Bear - as signposts in the heavens. How to find Sirius, the brightest star; Polaris, the north pole star, and the southern celestial pole, where there is no marker star. Why the position of stars changes a little night by night and a lot season by season. Why different places see different skies.

The Universe
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The Universe: Deep Space Disasters

Season 3  |  Episode 1  |  The History Channel  |  February 5, 2011
Without the moon, the earth would be a very different and desolate place today: four hours of sunlight with pitch-black nights, steady 100-mph winds spawning giant hurricanes ...

Without the moon, the earth would be a very different and desolate place today: four hours of sunlight with pitch-black nights, steady 100-mph winds spawning giant hurricanes that last for months, and virtually no complex life forms, much less humans. Safe to say, we probably owe our very existence to the moon. But what if it suddenly disappeared?

Some of the world's leading physicists believe they have found startling new evidence showing the existence of universes other than our own. One possibility is that the ...

Some of the world's leading physicists believe they have found startling new evidence showing the existence of universes other than our own. One possibility is that the universe is so vast that an exact replica of our Solar System, our planet and ourselves exists many times over.

Jupiter, bigger than all the other planets combined, could swallow Earth 1323 times. Yet this giant ball of gas has no solid surface. Comprising 90 percent hydrogen and ten ...

Jupiter, bigger than all the other planets combined, could swallow Earth 1323 times. Yet this giant ball of gas has no solid surface. Comprising 90 percent hydrogen and ten per cent helium and orbited by more than 60 moons, Jupiter is a mini solar system. Four of them are big enough to make small planets. The moon Europa has an icy crust that may conceal an ocean. Primitive life may lurk there - evolved, as in seas on Earth, around hydro-thermal vents.

Many argue that flying saucers and other extra-terrestrial space ships continuously visit the earth. If that were true, what kinds of technologies would such alien spacecraft ...

Many argue that flying saucers and other extra-terrestrial space ships continuously visit the earth. If that were true, what kinds of technologies would such alien spacecraft require? And do eyewitness reports of UFO sightings jibe with modern theories of how interstellar travel might be possible? Authors, astronomers and theoretical physicists weigh in with the blueprints for inertia-cancelling devices, nuclear-powered craft, antimatter propulsion systems and even warp drives. Based on Einstein's theories and countless scientific studies, we'll find out how these visitors might bridge the vast distances between the stars. And if they could survive such hazardous journeys, are they flesh and blood or intelligent machines?The Universe: UFOs The Real Deal - Series 6, Ep 6 of 7

The Universe
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The Universe: UFOs The Real Deal

Season 6  |  Episode 6  |  The History Channel  |  November 1, 2013
Many argue that flying saucers and other extra-terrestrial space ships continuously visit the earth. If that were true, what kinds of technologies would such alien spacecraft ...

Many argue that flying saucers and other extra-terrestrial space ships continuously visit the earth. If that were true, what kinds of technologies would such alien spacecraft require? And do eyewitness reports of UFO sightings jibe with modern theories of how interstellar travel might be possible? Authors, astronomers and theoretical physicists weigh in with the blueprints for inertia-cancelling devices, nuclear-powered craft, antimatter propulsion systems and even warp drives.

The Universe
42:49

The Universe: Liquid Universe

Season 4  |  Episode 9  |  The History Channel  |  February 20, 2011
On alien planets, they rain from the sky as scalding iron. On distant moons, even at hundreds of degrees below zero, they slosh around in pristine lakes of methane. They can ...

On alien planets, they rain from the sky as scalding iron. On distant moons, even at hundreds of degrees below zero, they slosh around in pristine lakes of methane. They can cover entire planets in miles-deep oceans of electrified hydrogen metal. Or erupt on alien worlds through miles-high geysers. They churn in the interiors of dead stars and even our own planet. They're so rare in the universe, they almost don't exist, but these are the magical liquids of our liquid universe.

Science Bank is a series of programs that demonstrate a variety of science experiments with graphical explanations and real life applications. Today: A practical examination ...

Science Bank is a series of programs that demonstrate a variety of science experiments with graphical explanations and real life applications. Today: A practical examination of thermal energy and its physical effect on solids, liquids and gases. Graphics illustrate the kinetic theory and help explain the physical processes taking place.

Hidden behind all its serene beauty, the universe is a place of lurking peril, full of powers so immense they defy our comprehension. Take a look at the universe's dark side, ...

Hidden behind all its serene beauty, the universe is a place of lurking peril, full of powers so immense they defy our comprehension. Take a look at the universe's dark side, a cosmos of impending menace. From earthquakes to hurricanes to massive asteroid impacts and exploding stars, explore its explosive powers and uncover the destructive forces that could be unleashed at any moment.

The Universe
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The Universe: It Fell From Space

Season 4  |  Episode 3  |  The History Channel  |  February 12, 2011
Every year thousands of objects both natural and man-made plummet through our atmosphere and crash into the Earth. These menacing messengers from the sky provide scientists ...

Every year thousands of objects both natural and man-made plummet through our atmosphere and crash into the Earth. These menacing messengers from the sky provide scientists with amazing insights into the natural, and not so natural, phenomena of the cosmos.

Without the moon, the earth would be a very different and desolate place today: four hours of sunlight with pitch-black nights, steady 100-mph winds spawning giant hurricanes ...

Without the moon, the earth would be a very different and desolate place today: four hours of sunlight with pitch-black nights, steady 100-mph winds spawning giant hurricanes that last for months, and virtually no complex life forms, much less humans. Safe to say, we probably owe our very existence to the moon. But what if it suddenly disappeared?

When teaching your students about electricity, including how it's generated, share some of these videos to assist visual learning in class.
Physics is the science that explores the laws and forces that govern the universe. Bring out the boffins in your class with these experiments and reveal how it all works. (ACSSU049, ACSSU076, ACSSU080)
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Explore the science behind objects and things around us and what material make up their physical properties. Find out how to use your senses to observe and describe the form and function of different objects. (ACSSU049, ACSSU046,ACSSU074,ACSSU076,VCSSU059,VCSSU063,VCSSU076,VCSSU080)
Ever wondered how clocks make sounds or how bumper cars works? Find out the science about how things work through this selective playlist. (ACSSU049, ACSSU076, ACSSU080)
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