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Discovery Science Keskiviikko 1.7.

04:36
Rocket City Rednecks
Hillbilly Armageddon. The Rocket City Rednecks explore a variety of ways to defend the Earth from collision with a rogue asteroid, but which method will come out on top?
05:00
Sci-Fi Science
Force Fields. Every starship needs armour to protect it from asteroids and enemy attack. Dr Michio Kaku reveals how cutting-edge science could create force fields to save spacecrafts.
05:24
Fire in the Sky: A Daily Planet Special
It’s the biggest impact event in modern times. On February 15, 2013, a meteorite streaked across Russia, raining fireballs and causing a shock wave that injured over 1,000 people.

Kello 6:00

06:12
Strip the Cosmos
Killer Asteroids. This series uses stunning CGI to strip down – layer by layer – the stuff that makes up space to reveal the destiny, origins and structure of the universe.
07:00
Meteorite Men
5,000 years ago a meteorite cascaded over Poland, scarring the landscape with seven craters. Now, Steve and Geoff receive exclusive access to the Morasko crater field.
07:50
The Kustomizer
Join Big Daddy Vini as he customizes everything from helicopters to limos for his clients. The 'LimoKopter', a helicopter and a school bus joined together, gets a paint job.
08:40
How It's Made
Solid Tyres/Cheesecake/Canoe Paddles/Globes. Be entertained and educated in this technological journey which takes you behind the scenes to find out how solid tyres, cheesecake, canoe paddles and globes are made.
09:05
How It's Made
Boomerangs/Barbecues/Pinball Machines/Strobe Lights. Be entertained and educated as we take you behind the scenes to find out how boomerangs, barbecues, pinball machines and strobe lights are made.
09:30
What Could Possibly Go Wrong?
In-Human Slingshot. Kevin and Grant hit the streets to make the fastest motorised trike. Plus, they turn a childhood game into a risky test of accuracy with their water slide.
10:20
Fire in the Sky: A Daily Planet Special
It’s the biggest impact event in modern times. On February 15, 2013, a meteorite streaked across Russia, raining fireballs and causing a shock wave that injured over 1,000 people.
11:10
Strip the Cosmos
Killer Asteroids. This series uses stunning CGI to strip down – layer by layer – the stuff that makes up space to reveal the destiny, origins and structure of the universe.

Kello 12:00

12:00
Nextworld
Future Superhuman. 'Nextworld' takes us back to the future to present a vision of the technological advancements we will soon enjoy. The human race will have a lot longer to enjoy its benefits...
12:50
The Kustomizer
Join Big Daddy Vini as he customizes everything from helicopters to limos for his celebrity clients. The LimoKopter is completed, then it's off to the motorcycle rally.
13:40
Future Weapons
Smart Weapons. The US Army is testing a new projectile which can hit its target from 25 miles away, to within 10 yards. Plus, witness what the Apache Longbow can do at night against any enemy.
14:30
Mission Asteroid
Killer asteroids have long played a role in science fiction. But when a fireball exploded over Russia, the world was reminded that the threat is real. What can be done to stop it?
15:20
51 Degrees North
A young London filmmaker becomes involved in the disturbing research surrounding near-Earth objects, stumbling on the discovery that the world stands on the brink of catastrophe.
16:10
Man vs the Universe
How To Kill An Asteroid. Asteroids have devastated life on Earth before and, left unchecked, they will again. Across the globe, scientists, engineers and astronauts are gearing up for a cosmic battle.
17:00
How the Earth Works
Asteroid Armageddon. Martin and Liz investigate a giant asteroid impact that may have wiped out the dinosaurs. Later, Martin experiences the power of a NASA supergun.
17:50
Mythbusters
Tablecloth Chaos / Brain Power. Is it possible to whip a tablecloth off a table using a motorbike, leaving the glasses and plates in place? Mythbusters Adam and Jamie are about to find out!

Kello 18:00

18:40
Food Factory
Berry Berry Tasty. A look at how some of our favourite foods are made in food factories including sugar-free mints, raspberry jellies and cranberry pecan clusters.
19:05
Food Factory
Fries, With a Twist. A look at how some of our favourite foods are made in food factories including curly fries, red velvet cake and caramel marshmallow squares.
19:30
What Could Possibly Go Wrong?
Jumbo Paper Plane. Grant and Kevin soar to new heights with a giant paper airplane that can fly over two hundred yards. Plus, they use pneumatics to create the ultimate beer delivery.
20:20
How Do They Do It?
How do they craft an accordion? How do they make the wasabi that puts the kick in Japan's raw fish? And how can they produce a duck call that can trick birds?
20:45
How Do They Do It?
How do they make the Japanese toilets that treat you to a wash and blow dry? How has the US Navy built a helicopter that doesn't need a pilot? And how do they make jackhammers?

Kello 21:00

21:10
What Could Possibly Go Wrong?
Trash Can Rocketeers. Kevin and Grant take on the role of rocket scientists and attempt to design the ultimate Trash Can Rocket using the lens of an old projection TV. What could possibly go wrong?
22:00
What Could Possibly Go Wrong?
Jumbo Paper Plane. Grant and Kevin soar to new heights with a giant paper airplane that can fly over two hundred yards. Plus, they use pneumatics to create the ultimate beer delivery.
22:50
51 Degrees North
A young London filmmaker becomes involved in the disturbing research surrounding near-Earth objects, stumbling on the discovery that the world stands on the brink of catastrophe.
23:40
How It's Made
Decorative Sombreros/Salad Dressings/Cap Guns/Regenerative Medicine. Ever wondered how everyday items such as salad dressings, cap guns and regenerative medicines are made? This series puts more common items under the microscope to find out.

Kello 24:00

00:05
How It's Made
Cheese Graters/Hot Sauce/Silver Jewellery/Mexican Chairs. Ever wondered how everyday items are made? This fascinating series puts more common items under the microscope and reveals all to find out.
00:30
What Could Possibly Go Wrong?
Trash Can Rocketeers. Kevin and Grant take on the role of rocket scientists and attempt to design the ultimate Trash Can Rocket using the lens of an old projection TV. What could possibly go wrong?
01:20
How Do They Do It?
How do they craft an accordion? How do they make the wasabi that puts the kick in Japan's raw fish? And how can they produce a duck call that can trick birds?
01:45
How Do They Do It?
How do they make the Japanese toilets that treat you to a wash and blow dry? How has the US Navy built a helicopter that doesn't need a pilot? And how do they make jackhammers?
02:10
51 Degrees North
A young London filmmaker becomes involved in the disturbing research surrounding near-Earth objects, stumbling on the discovery that the world stands on the brink of catastrophe.
03:00
Food Factory
Berry Berry Tasty. A look at how some of our favourite foods are made in food factories including sugar-free mints, raspberry jellies and cranberry pecan clusters.
03:24
Food Factory
Fries, With a Twist. A look at how some of our favourite foods are made in food factories including curly fries, red velvet cake and caramel marshmallow squares.
03:48
What Could Possibly Go Wrong?
Jumbo Paper Plane. Grant and Kevin soar to new heights with a giant paper airplane that can fly over two hundred yards. Plus, they use pneumatics to create the ultimate beer delivery.
04:36
Mythbusters
Tablecloth Chaos / Brain Power. Is it possible to whip a tablecloth off a table using a motorbike, leaving the glasses and plates in place? Mythbusters Adam and Jamie are about to find out!