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    How It's Made

    How It's Made

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    The Science Channel
    Have you ever wondered how the products you use every day are made? How It's Made leads you through the process of how everyday products, such as apple juice, skateboards, engines, contact lenses, and many more objects are manufactured.

    (Comment c'est fait is the french title)

    This show originated in Canada and is growing in popularity all over the globe.moreless
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    How Do They Do It?

    How Do They Do It?

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    There is technology in almost every aspect of our lives. How Do They Do It exposes this technology and gives you an in-depth look at how things work. From airport baggage handling to space shuttle lift off, How Do They Do It will show you how it all happens.moreless
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    Build it Bigger

    Build it Bigger

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    The Science Channel
    If you have a thirst for knowledge on how some of man's greatest feats were constructed, then stick with Danny Forster as he travels the world checking out such amazing construction sites like roller coasters, aircraft carriers, skyscrapers and more.moreless
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    Download: The True Story of the Internet

    Download: The True Story of the Internet

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    The Science Channel (ended 2008)
    When you're looking for an answer to something, most people naturally look towards the Internet. Ten years ago no one had even heard of it, but in that short amount of time the Internet has become a central part of our world. Download: The True Story of the Internet tells the story of the Internet and how it came to be, from the men and women that made it possible.moreless
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    Discover: Prehistoric Planet

    Discover: Prehistoric Planet

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    Discover: Prehistoric Planet is The Science Channel series that takes viewers back in time to examine prehistoric worlds and the history behind one of the coolest creatures ever; the dinosaur. Go back through history to examine what happened, and check out the present day advancements and discoveries that are demystifying the history of these amazing animals that once roamed our planet. Learn about Utah's Dino Graveyard, where scientists have discovered a new species of bizarre feathered dinosaurs. Learn about one of paleontology's biggest mysteries, a dinosaur scientists refer to as Jane. See how scientists are trying to learn from mother nature's lessons to try to outsmart her in the future. Take an exclusive look at the Dino Lab, where simulations of digital dinosaurs are put to the test. Learn about the new developments in the history of the king of the prehistoric world, the T-Rex, and take a look at the changes the discoveries have made to what it may have looked like. Join The Science Channel in a trip to the amazing time of dinosaurs on Discover: Prehistoric Planet.moreless
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    Discover: Space

    Discover: Space

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    Discover: Space is The Science Channel series that takes viewers from their couch to the far reaches of the universe in a collection of different topics. Be transported to the moon, look for life on other planets, learn about new developments in space travel, examine the makeup of the outer reaches and more. The show examines what Earth would be like if we didn't have a moon, and the results are drastically different than what we live in today. Learn about our Sun and the data monitoring systems we have in place to learn about it. Join dedicated scientists who are trying to study the Aurora Borealis while living in 6 months of darkness. Take a journey to Jupiter to find out which of it's moons could have water, and may have had life at one point. Join the NASA Orion program to see what they are doing to get back to the Moon, Mars, and beyond. Join The Science Channel for some out of this world explorations on Discover: Space.moreless
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    Catch It Keep It

    Catch It Keep It

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    The Science Channel (ended 2010)
    During each challenge, 3 contestants are chosen to test their scientific and engineering knowledge against the Science Channel's Mike Senese, who works develops a plan to destroy the prize of the week. The contestants have 2 days to plan a way to save the prize item. If they catch it, they keep it! But they must work hard for 48 hours first and devise the perfect plan in order to save it!moreless
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    Moon Machines

    Moon Machines

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    The Science Channel (Mini-Series 2008)
    The right tools for the job... The U.S. Moon missions would never have gotten 10 feet off the ground without the pioneering engineers and manufacturers and the amazing machines they created to turn science fiction into history-making headlines. From nuts and bolts to rockets and life support systems, every piece of gear was custom made from scratch to perform cutting-edge scientific tasks while withstanding the violent rigors of space travel. Now here's your chance to climb aboard the capsule, put on a spacesuit and learn the real stories behind the right stuff.moreless
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    Meteorite Men

    Meteorite Men

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    Discovery Channel's Science Channel takes viewers on a hunt for meteorites. The meteorite hunters Geoff Notkin and Steve Arnold travel the world to search for space rocks. The special follows their adventure to find extraterrestrial treasures.moreless
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    Head Games

    Head Games

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    The Science Channel
    This show will be part game show and part entertainment! It will feature contestants and unusual video clips that open our eyes to new things!
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    Hubble Live: The Final Mission

    Hubble Live: The Final Mission

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    The Science Channel presents live coverage of the fourth and last mission to repair the Hubble Space Telescope in this fascinating special television event.
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    Cheat Sheet: Mysteries of the Universe

    Cheat Sheet: Mysteries of the Universe

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    Dr. Michio Kaku works to expose and unearth the mysteries of the universe.
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    Beyond Tomorrow

    Beyond Tomorrow

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    Beyond Tomorrow explores innovative new technologies in science and medicine. Each episode describes previous and upcoming inventions that are made to change the way we live and feature segments from the show Mythbusters, a Discovery Channel series.moreless
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    Popular Science: The Future of

    Popular Science: The Future of

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    The Science Channel teams up with Popular Science magazine to cover future-forward topics of all Kinds. Each hour-long episode will focus on one idea.
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    Punkin Chunkin

    Punkin Chunkin

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    The Science Channel (Holiday Event 2008)
    Discovery Channel's Science Channel presents a special on Punkin Chunkin - people who create catapults and cannons to launch pumpkins into the air and watch them smash. This Delaware-born annual tradition showcases a wide range of competitors - kids to engineers - who aim to take home the trophy.moreless
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    Exodus Earth

    Exodus Earth

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    In this six-part series, Dr. Basil Singer questions the probability that humans could live on other planets through multiple experiments.
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    The Hostile Deep

    The Hostile Deep

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    Discovery Channel's Science Channel presents Hostile Deep, a special feature on the deep-sea studies of Penn State Professor Charles Fisher. Hostile Deep takes viewers for a deep-sea exploration.
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    What Darwin Didn't Know

    What Darwin Didn't Know

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    Discovery Channel's Science Channel presents What Darwin Didn't Know - a special that examines Charles Darwin's book "The Origin of Species" and the solutions to some of the puzzles and problems he faced.moreless
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    The Critical Hour

    The Critical Hour

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    Discovery Channel's Science Channel presents Critical Hour, a non-fiction show about real medical emergencies. The show name, Critical Hour, refers to the fact that medical care during the first hour is critical to the patient's outcome in many cases (heart attacks, car accidents, overdoses, comas, etc).moreless
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    The Ends of the Earth: Hubble's Final Chapter

    The Ends of the Earth: Hubble's Final Chapter

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    Learn about the Hubble Telescope's long history through interviews with astronauts who helped to repair it, Mike Massimino and John Grunsfeld. Witness high-definition footage of the underwater training the repair crew experienced for more than a year.moreless
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