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Discovery Science Maanantai 29.8.

04:36
Smash Lab
Car Over a Cliff. The Smash Lab team experiment with cliff diving in a car. Could anyone survive such an event? There's only one way to find out...
05:24
Smash Lab
Extreme Snow Plough. The Smash Lab team investigate the dangers of a 'whiteout' (the weather condition which restricts visibility due to heavy snow and overcast clouds) and the possibility of escape.

Kello 6:00

06:12
Smash Lab
Unbreakable Car. What would it take to construct an unbreakable car? The Smash Lab team use reactive armour technology and metal-aluminum foam to create an unstoppable vehicle.
07:00
How Do They Do It?
Eiffel Tower/Snowboards. In this episode, find out how they maintain the Eiffel Tower and how they design and build the ultimate snowboards.
07:26
Smash Lab
Unbreakable Car. What would it take to construct an unbreakable car? The Smash Lab team use reactive armour technology and metal-aluminum foam to create an unstoppable vehicle.
08:14
How the Universe Works
The First Oceans. Water defines our blue planet; it fills our oceans and bodies. But scientists believe that the Earth should have been born dry. So where did our water come from?
09:02
Mega Builders
New City in Vegas. At a cost of $7.4bn, Hollywood film company MGM is building a 76-acre mini-city on Las Vegas' Strip. Equipped with unparallelled amenities, it is a project of massive ambition.
09:50
How Do They Do It?
Eiffel Tower/Snowboards. In this episode, find out how they maintain the Eiffel Tower and how they design and build the ultimate snowboards.
10:14
Food Factory
Episode 20. A look at how some of our favourite foods are made in food factories, including organic milk, chickpeas, samosas and mini éclairs.
10:38
Race to Escape
Schoolhouse Lock. Two teams of three are locked in identical classrooms. Both teams get one hour to solve a series of puzzles and challenges and escape the room with $25,000.
11:26
Smash Lab
Unbreakable Car. What would it take to construct an unbreakable car? The Smash Lab team use reactive armour technology and metal-aluminum foam to create an unstoppable vehicle.

Kello 12:00

12:14
How the Universe Works
The First Oceans. Water defines our blue planet; it fills our oceans and bodies. But scientists believe that the Earth should have been born dry. So where did our water come from?
13:02
How Do They Do It?
Eiffel Tower/Snowboards. In this episode, find out how they maintain the Eiffel Tower and how they design and build the ultimate snowboards.
13:26
Food Factory
Episode 20. A look at how some of our favourite foods are made in food factories, including organic milk, chickpeas, samosas and mini éclairs.
13:50
Mega Builders
New City in Vegas. At a cost of $7.4bn, Hollywood film company MGM is building a 76-acre mini-city on Las Vegas' Strip. Equipped with unparallelled amenities, it is a project of massive ambition.
14:38
Race to Escape
Schoolhouse Lock. Two teams of three are locked in identical classrooms. Both teams get one hour to solve a series of puzzles and challenges and escape the room with $25,000.
15:26
Smash Lab
Unbreakable Car. What would it take to construct an unbreakable car? The Smash Lab team use reactive armour technology and metal-aluminum foam to create an unstoppable vehicle.
16:14
How the Universe Works
The First Oceans. Water defines our blue planet; it fills our oceans and bodies. But scientists believe that the Earth should have been born dry. So where did our water come from?
17:02
Mega Builders
New City in Vegas. At a cost of $7.4bn, Hollywood film company MGM is building a 76-acre mini-city on Las Vegas' Strip. Equipped with unparallelled amenities, it is a project of massive ambition.
17:50
Smash Lab
Runaway Big Rig. The Smash Lab team attempt to stop a 400-tonne, 18-wheeler truck from moving at top speed, using rope, explosive spike strips, textile brakes and other materials.

Kello 18:00

18:40
Moon Machines
Saturn V. This is the story of the mighty Saturn V moon rocket, which combined the vision of World War II German rocket scientists with that of a group of engineers from the USA.
19:30
Meteorite Men
Monturaqui Crater, Chile. Steve and Geoff battle altitude sickness to explore the Monturaqui Crater. Will they find a meteorite mighty enough to make the trip worthwhile?
20:20
How Do They Do It?
Decaf Coffee/Smoked Fish/Water Jets. In this episode, find out how they turn beans into decaff coffee, how they smoke fish and how they use water to power ships.
20:45
Food Factory
Pasta the Olives. Today the Food Factory discovers how stuffed Manzanilla Olives get from the branch to the jar, and later examines how drinkable probiotic yoghurts are produced.

Kello 21:00

21:10
Extreme Engineering
South African Gold Mine. Danny Forster visits the deepest place on Earth; South Africa's Mponeng gold mine. Setting a new depth record every day, this is the most dangerous construction site on the planet.
22:00
Meteorite Men
Monturaqui Crater, Chile. Steve and Geoff battle altitude sickness to explore the Monturaqui Crater. Will they find a meteorite mighty enough to make the trip worthwhile?
22:50
Moon Machines
Saturn V. This is the story of the mighty Saturn V moon rocket, which combined the vision of World War II German rocket scientists with that of a group of engineers from the USA.
23:40
Smash Lab
Runaway Big Rig. The Smash Lab team attempt to stop a 400-tonne, 18-wheeler truck from moving at top speed, using rope, explosive spike strips, textile brakes and other materials.

Kello 24:00

00:30
How Do They Do It?
Decaf Coffee/Smoked Fish/Water Jets. In this episode, find out how they turn beans into decaff coffee, how they smoke fish and how they use water to power ships.
00:55
Food Factory
Pasta the Olives. Today the Food Factory discovers how stuffed Manzanilla Olives get from the branch to the jar, and later examines how drinkable probiotic yoghurts are produced.
01:20
Meteorite Men
Monturaqui Crater, Chile. Steve and Geoff battle altitude sickness to explore the Monturaqui Crater. Will they find a meteorite mighty enough to make the trip worthwhile?
02:10
Moon Machines
Saturn V. This is the story of the mighty Saturn V moon rocket, which combined the vision of World War II German rocket scientists with that of a group of engineers from the USA.
03:00
Extreme Engineering
South African Gold Mine. Danny Forster visits the deepest place on Earth; South Africa's Mponeng gold mine. Setting a new depth record every day, this is the most dangerous construction site on the planet.
03:48
Smash Lab
Runaway Big Rig. The Smash Lab team attempt to stop a 400-tonne, 18-wheeler truck from moving at top speed, using rope, explosive spike strips, textile brakes and other materials.
04:36
Meteorite Men
Monturaqui Crater, Chile. Steve and Geoff battle altitude sickness to explore the Monturaqui Crater. Will they find a meteorite mighty enough to make the trip worthwhile?