Impossible Engineering

December 2018
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International Space Station (S3E7)

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The $150bn ISS is the single most expensive engineering project in history. Hear how Henry Fluess and Dale Reed's work made this endeavour possible.
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Ford Class Aircraft Carrier (S4E4)

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The construction of the cutting-edge Ford class aircraft carriers, the largest warships ever built - almost as long as the Empire State Building is tall.
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Halley VI Research Station (S3E6)

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Learn more about the Halley VI, a futuristic polar research station. Hear how it can withstand the harshest environment on the planet: the South Pole.
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Orion Space Craft (S2E2)

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NASA's cutting-edge Orion spacecraft is the next big thing in space travel. Hear how developers hope the module will aid human exploration of Mars and of asteroids.
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International Space Station (S3E7)

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The $150bn ISS is the single most expensive engineering project in history. Hear how Henry Fluess and Dale Reed's work made this endeavour possible.
1:00:00

International Space Station (S3E7)

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The $150bn ISS is the single most expensive engineering project in history. Hear how Henry Fluess and Dale Reed's work made this endeavour possible.
1:00:00

Halley VI Research Station (S3E6)

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Learn more about the Halley VI, a futuristic polar research station. Hear how it can withstand the harshest environment on the planet: the South Pole.
1:00:00

Halley VI Research Station (S3E6)

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Learn more about the Halley VI, a futuristic polar research station. Hear how it can withstand the harshest environment on the planet: the South Pole.
1:00:00

Ford Class Aircraft Carrier (S4E4)

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New. The construction of the cutting-edge Ford class aircraft carriers, the largest warships ever built - almost as long as the Empire State Building is tall.
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Tokyo Skytree (S3E5)

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The 634m Tokyo Skytree is the world's tallest free-standing tower. How has this incredible structure been built to survive high winds and earthquakes? Find out.
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