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Hypernova explosion illustrated
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Hypernova explosion illustrated

Computer graphics depict the death of a star in the form of a hypernova on the way to becoming a black hole, as the narrator asks if anyone else would ever notice the death of ...

Computer graphics depict the death of a star in the form of a hypernova on the way to becoming a black hole, as the narrator asks if anyone else would ever notice the death of our own star.

Our star system neighbours illustrated
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Our star system neighbours illustrated

Computer graphics illustrate the vast distances between solar systems, including Alpha Centauri's three stars, Epsilon Eridani, Gliese 581 and Algol, and the planet Bellerophon.

Computer graphics illustrate the vast distances between solar systems, including Alpha Centauri's three stars, Epsilon Eridani, Gliese 581 and Algol, and the planet Bellerophon.

Saturn's moon Enceladus
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Saturn's moon Enceladus

The Cassini space probe studies one of Saturn's moons, Enceladus, revealing a white surface with crevasses and ice erupting from tiger stripes, unlike anything seen before.

The Cassini space probe studies one of Saturn's moons, Enceladus, revealing a white surface with crevasses and ice erupting from tiger stripes, unlike anything seen before.

Jupiter's moon Io
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Jupiter's moon Io

Voyager reveals active volcanoes on Io, one of Jupiter's 60 moons, leading scientists to envisage what walking on the moon's surface would be like.

Voyager reveals active volcanoes on Io, one of Jupiter's 60 moons, leading scientists to envisage what walking on the moon's surface would be like.

Objects can be two places at once
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Objects can be two places at once

Becky Parker and Johnny Hudson demonstrate how atoms can be in two places at once.

Becky Parker and Johnny Hudson demonstrate how atoms can be in two places at once.

Bending light
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Bending light

Jim AlKhalili discusses the law of refraction originally developed by Ibn Sahl, but often attributed to Willebrord Snellius.

Jim AlKhalili discusses the law of refraction originally developed by Ibn Sahl, but often attributed to Willebrord Snellius.

Uranus' Miranda moon
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Uranus' Miranda moon

Scientists discuss the discovery of Uranus' moon, the half finished Miranda, and describe some if its unique characteristics.

Scientists discuss the discovery of Uranus' moon, the half finished Miranda, and describe some if its unique characteristics.

Launching rockets as a hobby
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Launching rockets as a hobby

Clip from Totally Wild
The Queensland Rocketry Society's Ari Piirainen demonstrates how hobbyists build and launch rockets, explaining how to get started with a kit, what the different motor sizes ...

The Queensland Rocketry Society's Ari Piirainen demonstrates how hobbyists build and launch rockets, explaining how to get started with a kit, what the different motor sizes are, and how launches are conducted safely.

Neptune's moon Triton
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Neptune's moon Triton

Scientists explain how Neptune captured its largest moon, Triton, and discuss the satellite's geyser plumes.

Scientists explain how Neptune captured its largest moon, Triton, and discuss the satellite's geyser plumes.

Saturn's moon Titan
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Saturn's moon Titan

The Cassini probe images revealed lakes on Saturn's moon, Titan, and scientists try to reproduce the detected elements to understand if life could exist in liquids other than ...

The Cassini probe images revealed lakes on Saturn's moon, Titan, and scientists try to reproduce the detected elements to understand if life could exist in liquids other than water.

Laser used to measure length of string
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Laser used to measure length of string

Alan Davies and Marcus du Sautoy visit a length bar interferometry unit and use a laser tracker to measure Alan's length of string.

Alan Davies and Marcus du Sautoy visit a length bar interferometry unit and use a laser tracker to measure Alan's length of string.

Schrodinger's cat thought experiment
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Schrodinger's cat thought experiment

Seth Lloyd leads Alan Davies through Erwin Schrodinger's quantum physics thought experiment, where a cat is both alive and dead at the same time.

Seth Lloyd leads Alan Davies through Erwin Schrodinger's quantum physics thought experiment, where a cat is both alive and dead at the same time.

Our ancient links to the moon
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Our ancient links to the moon

Clip from The Moon
This short BBC clip offers an excellent backgrounder to humanity's relationship with the moon.

This short BBC clip offers an excellent backgrounder to humanity's relationship with the moon.

Training to stop asteroids hitting Earth
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Training to stop asteroids hitting Earth

Brian Cox explores NASA's underwater training facility, where people are training to space walk on asteroids, and demonstrates how an asteroid might collide with Earth.

Brian Cox explores NASA's underwater training facility, where people are training to space walk on asteroids, and demonstrates how an asteroid might collide with Earth.

The birth and death of stars illustrated
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The birth and death of stars illustrated

Computer graphics depict the Milky Way, Seven Sisters and Betelgeuse, illustrate the birth of stars in Orion Nebula, and explain how the death of white dwarf stars contributed ...

Computer graphics depict the Milky Way, Seven Sisters and Betelgeuse, illustrate the birth of stars in Orion Nebula, and explain how the death of white dwarf stars contributed to life on Earth.

Neptune's Moons: Triton - short clip
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Neptune's Moons: Triton - short clip

This Australian-narrated short clip examines Neptune's spectacular frozen moon, Triton. Probe imagery and computer graphics show

This Australian-narrated short clip examines Neptune's spectacular frozen moon, Triton. Probe imagery and computer graphics show

Critiquing Big Bang cosmology
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Critiquing Big Bang cosmology

Mike Disney offers a critique of the standard model of Big Bang cosmology.

Mike Disney offers a critique of the standard model of Big Bang cosmology.

Bursting balloons in slow motion
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Bursting balloons in slow motion

Clip from Scope
Questacon's Patrick Healan demonstrates how a balloon bursts in different ways depending on where you try to pop it, all in slow motion, revealing how pressure makes a ...

Questacon's Patrick Healan demonstrates how a balloon bursts in different ways depending on where you try to pop it, all in slow motion, revealing how pressure makes a difference, and how a spark makes a hydrogen balloon explode in flames.

Supernovas and black holes illustrated
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Supernovas and black holes illustrated

Computer graphics illustrate supernovas, pulsars, black holes and the Pillars of Creation.

Computer graphics illustrate supernovas, pulsars, black holes and the Pillars of Creation.

Gravity in a vacuum chamber
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Gravity in a vacuum chamber

Brian Cox visits NASA's Space Power Facility, the world's largest vacuum chamber, and recreates Galileo Galilei's Galileo's Leaning Tower of Pisa experiment, with feathers and ...

Brian Cox visits NASA's Space Power Facility, the world's largest vacuum chamber, and recreates Galileo Galilei's Galileo's Leaning Tower of Pisa experiment, with feathers and a bowling ball.

Jupiter's moon Europa
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Jupiter's moon Europa

Galileo space probe images from Jupiter's moon Europa, revealing jagged ice on the surface, and detecting a magnetic field consistent with an ocean under the surface, raising ...

Galileo space probe images from Jupiter's moon Europa, revealing jagged ice on the surface, and detecting a magnetic field consistent with an ocean under the surface, raising the possibility of life on the satellite.

How super massive black holes grow
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How super massive black holes grow

Clip from Spacefiles
Hubble telescope images and animations reveal how super massive black holes are formed by merging with one another.

Hubble telescope images and animations reveal how super massive black holes are formed by merging with one another.

Rubens' standing wave flame tube
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Rubens' standing wave flame tube

Clip from Scope
Questacon's David and Sam demonstrate how a flame tube responds to the different sounds effect flames emitted from a perforated gas-filled tube, revealing the relationship ...

Questacon's David and Sam demonstrate how a flame tube responds to the different sounds effect flames emitted from a perforated gas-filled tube, revealing the relationship between sound waves and pressure, as a kind of "flaming graphics equaliser".

The new astronomy of 'exoplanet hunting'
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The new astronomy of 'exoplanet hunting'

A whole new field of astronomy uses physics to help identify the size and composition of planets far beyond our solar system.

A whole new field of astronomy uses physics to help identify the size and composition of planets far beyond our solar system.

Uranus' Moons: Miranda - short clip
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Uranus' Moons: Miranda - short clip

This short Australian-narrated clip explores Uranus' tiny, battle-scarred and cavernous moon, Miranda. This clip also looks at t

This short Australian-narrated clip explores Uranus' tiny, battle-scarred and cavernous moon, Miranda. This clip also looks at t

The pioneers of dark matter
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The pioneers of dark matter

Jeremiah Ostriker, Jim Peebles and Vera Rubin discuss their early work on dark matter's role in the universe.

Jeremiah Ostriker, Jim Peebles and Vera Rubin discuss their early work on dark matter's role in the universe.

Optics and the camera obscura
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Optics and the camera obscura

Jim AlKhalili blocks out light coming into a room to create a camera obscura and produce an image on a screen.

Jim AlKhalili blocks out light coming into a room to create a camera obscura and produce an image on a screen.

Light and colour in a rainbow
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Light and colour in a rainbow

Clip from Sleek Geeks
Karl Kruszelnicki and Adam Simpson reveal why different colours are revealed in a rainbow, demonstrating how raindrops act as a prism.

Karl Kruszelnicki and Adam Simpson reveal why different colours are revealed in a rainbow, demonstrating how raindrops act as a prism.

What makes the 'cuckoo' sound in a cuckoo clock
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What makes the 'cuckoo' sound in a cuckoo clock

Clip from Totally Wild
Leela investigates the unique noise cuckoo clocks make. She interviews Justin Lang, who is a cuckoo clock servicer by profession. These German, handcarved creations are all ...

Leela investigates the unique noise cuckoo clocks make. She interviews Justin Lang, who is a cuckoo clock servicer by profession. These German, handcarved creations are all unique and are the 'cuckoo' sounds in them. We learn that the sound from the actual bird in the German forests was a 'good luck' signal for hunters.

The Known Universe
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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 Trouble With Space Junk
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The Trouble With Space Junk

SBS  |  December 28, 2015
Space is getting crowded. And it's filling up with junk every time we launch a satellite. But this isn't like Earth-bound debris. It's travelling at speeds of up to 17,000 ...

Space is getting crowded. And it's filling up with junk every time we launch a satellite. But this isn't like Earth-bound debris. It's travelling at speeds of up to 17,000 mph. This makes it extremely dangerous, not just for the astronauts living and working in space but also for modern life on Earth. Because everything we do - from making phone calls, flying planes, taking money out of the bank, to watching television or getting the weather forecast - is all run from vulnerable satellites orbiting the planet. This documentary explores the threat from space junk and joins the scientists searching for ways to clean up the debris.

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.

Frontiers of Construction
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Frontiers of Construction: Mining Ice

Season 1  |  Episode 6  |  ONE  |  September 10, 2013
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.

Frontiers of Construction
42:58

Frontiers of Construction: Top Ten

Season 3  |  Episode 13  |  ONE  |  August 27, 2013
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.

Frontiers of Construction
43:10

Frontiers of Construction: The Eurotunnel

Season 2  |  Episode 6  |  ONE  |  May 24, 2014
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.

Frontiers of Construction
42:14

Frontiers of Construction: Dream Factories

Season 1  |  Episode 3  |  ONE  |  May 30, 2014
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.

Frontiers Of Construction
42:20

Frontiers Of Construction: Some Assembly Required

Season 1  |  Episode 2  |  ONE  |  May 21, 2013
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
47:14

The Known Universe: Speeding Through The Universe

Season 1  |  Episode 3  |  National Geographic  |  December 12, 2012
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.

Frontiers Of Construction
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Frontiers Of Construction: Extreme Curves

Season 2  |  Episode 13  |  ONE  |  June 11, 2013
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 Ultimate Mars Challenge
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The Ultimate Mars Challenge

SBS  |  March 24, 2013
NASA scientists believe, that far from being dead, Mars holds untold potential. Nearly half a century of Mars exploration has yielded tantalising clues that Mars may once have ...

NASA scientists believe, that far from being dead, Mars holds untold potential. Nearly half a century of Mars exploration has yielded tantalising clues that Mars may once have harboured life - and may harbour it still.

The Known Universe
46:51

The Known Universe: Sizing Up The Universe

Season 1  |  Episode 2  |  National Geographic  |  December 10, 2012
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.

Spacefiles
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Spacefiles: Far Out - Cosmic Measurement And Structure

Season 1  |  Episode 23  |  SBS  |  December 13, 2011
The measurement and scale of the Universe. How far is a star or a galaxy? Distances are so vast they are described in light years - the distance light travels in a year. ...

The measurement and scale of the Universe. How far is a star or a galaxy? Distances are so vast they are described in light years - the distance light travels in a year. Nearby stars are measured by trigonometry - the technique of parallax. Farther out, astronomers use so-called "standard candles". The pulsing and luminosity of Cepheid Variable stars works up to 90 million light years. Then, Type 1A supernovae are the candle. Beyond that the "redshift" of galaxies reveals their distances.

The Universe
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The Universe: Secrets Of The Space Probes

Season 5  |  Episode 5  |  The History Channel  |  February 9, 2011
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

Spacefiles
10:04

Spacefiles: Sun - Powerhouse Of The Solar System

Season 1  |  Episode 1  |  SBS  |  March 26, 2012
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.

The Universe
42:56

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.

Frontiers Of Construction
43:00

Frontiers Of Construction: Working High

Season 2  |  Episode 11  |  ONE  |  June 18, 2013
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.

Spacefiles
9:55

Spacefiles: Quest - Search For Extra-Terrestrial Life

Season 1  |  Episode 19  |  SBS  |  February 23, 2010
The search for extra-terrestrial life is on. Earth is perfect for life. Our temperate planet is neither too near nor too far from the Sun. With Venus too close and Mars too ...

The search for extra-terrestrial life is on. Earth is perfect for life. Our temperate planet is neither too near nor too far from the Sun. With Venus too close and Mars too distant, if they once had life, they most likely don’t have now. The only other possibility in the Solar System is Europa, a moon of Jupiter. There, in an ocean beneath Europa’s icy surface, bacteria-like organisms could feed on volcanic vents. But the best chance of life is on Earth-like planets around other stars.

The Universe
42:13

The Universe: Catastrophes That Changed the Planets

Season 6  |  Episode 1  |  The History Channel  |  May 13, 2012
The Universe
43:06

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.

Titan: A Place Like Home
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Titan: A Place Like Home

SBS2  |  August 9, 2010
Does the planet Titan - Saturn's largest moon - hold the key to life on Earth? This program tells the story of the most ambitious and most expensive interplanetary space ...

Does the planet Titan - Saturn's largest moon - hold the key to life on Earth? This program tells the story of the most ambitious and most expensive interplanetary space mission of all time.

Science Bank
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Science Bank: Physics: Electromagnetic Spectrum

Episode 2  |  ABC  |  September 10, 2002
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 21st Century Race for Space
58:31

The 21st Century Race for Space

ABC  |  May 15, 2018
In a new age of space exploration, some of the boldest efforts at putting humans into space are now those of private companies. Brian Cox goes behind the scenes to explore ...

In a new age of space exploration, some of the boldest efforts at putting humans into space are now those of private companies. Brian Cox goes behind the scenes to explore what is happening in privately financed space flight.

The Known Universe
44:58

The Known Universe: Surviving Outer Space

Season 3  |  Episode 1  |  National Geographic  |  January 14, 2016
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.

Frontiers of Construction
42:51

Frontiers of Construction: No Way Out

ONE  |  October 1, 2013
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.

Frontiers Of Construction
37:30

Frontiers Of Construction: Tokyo Teleport Town

Season 3  |  Episode 4  |  ONE  |  July 23, 2013
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.

Frontiers Of Construction
43:01

Frontiers Of Construction: Virtual Engineering

Season 3  |  Episode 1  |  ONE  |  July 2, 2013
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.

Stephen Hawking's Future Universe
45:03

Stephen Hawking's Future Universe: Inspired by Nature

Season 1  |  Episode 1  |  SBS  |  February 10, 2014
In this landmark series, Professor Stephen Hawking examines today's cutting edge science and reveals how it is shaping what the world will be like in years to come.

In this landmark series, Professor Stephen Hawking examines today's cutting edge science and reveals how it is shaping what the world will be like in years to come.

Richard Hammond Builds A Planet
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Richard Hammond Builds A Planet

Episode 2  |  ABC  |  March 16, 2014
Tonight, to understand the connection between us and the universe, Richard goes back to the start and, at the top of his tower, builds a universe from scratch. From suns to ...

Tonight, to understand the connection between us and the universe, Richard goes back to the start and, at the top of his tower, builds a universe from scratch. From suns to galaxies, Richard constructs it all with help found in the most unlikely places.

The Universe
42:22

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 Known Universe
47:01

The Known Universe: Collision Course

Season 2  |  Episode 2  |  National Geographic  |  August 1, 2016
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.

Frontiers of Construction
42:14

Frontiers of Construction: Building For Gold

Season 3  |  Episode 3  |  ONE  |  August 6, 2013
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
46:38

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.

The Known Universe
44:57

The Known Universe: Extreme Space Tech

Season 3  |  Episode 4  |  National Geographic  |  August 11, 2016
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.

Frontiers of Construction
42:48

Frontiers of Construction: Floating Giants

ONE  |  November 19, 2013
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.

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