Watch the full video here https://youtu.be/DMBvqwBYA8w In 1943, tanks of the Royal Canadian Armoured Corps make their combat debut on the European mainland. This is the story of the Canadian tankers who fight their way up the Italian peninsula in the push to liberate Rome from Nazi occupation. #tanks #shorts #wwii
A symbolic union of countries is profiled in this historical documentary. On July 17, 1975, the American Apollo spacecraft joined with the Soviet Soyuz, where NASA’s Thomas Stafford shook hands with Russian Alexey Leonov. — Subscribe to Spark for more amazing science, tech & engineering videos: https://goo.gl/LIrlur 🚀 Join the Spark Channel Membership to get
Our work and leisure are acquiring increasing connectivity, leading to a huge expansion of digital networks. As the world’s internet capacity grows, so do the opportunities to innovate every aspect of our lives. Watch to discover just how technology is affecting our day-to-day lives. — Subscribe to Spark for more amazing science, tech & engineering
Across Australia, the wheels of industry turn 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. These machines are tough and the teams of people running them are even tougher. From deep underground, to high in the sky, these heavy metal marvels are essential to our daily lives. But, what happens when these massive machines break
By the early 1990s, the space shuttle was changing the nature of missions to low Earth orbit, but an important part of its new role seems to be fixing mistakes in sloppy satellite constructions. — Revisit the key advances that have marked space exploration and discover the latest innovations in space science. — Subscribe to
At the end of the Cold War the Soviet Navy, bereft of funds, abruptly decommissioned 100 nuclear-powered submarines leaving behind a massive nuclear waste disposal problem. This program reviews the progress of the long-term project to properly dispose of the submarine’s reactor cores and the major challenges those working on the project are dealing with.
The space shuttle was designed as a cost-effective way of making travel to low Earth orbit routined, but the promise of low and cheap easy access to space has unexpected consequences. — Revisit the key advances that have marked space exploration and discover the latest innovations in space science. — Subscribe to Spark for more
Space is full of wonder and mysteries, and the planets in our solar system are often the objects that piqued our interest. Join us in exploring these wonderful planets in our milky way, and what is so special about each of them. — Zenith explores the different aspects of space, including the planets, the technologies
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Two teams of daring father and son building movers move two of America’s longest locomotives for a perilous journey through tight city streets and a railroad station two miles by sawing it in two. — Super-size missions, risky routes, and the biggest cargo on the planet-imagine hauling a submarine over dry land, transporting a fleet
Follow Rob Bell as he ventures into the hidden underground secrets of Britain, including an underground fuel tank that was crucial during WWII, and a rumored secret base for the Hell Fire Club from the 18th Century. — This series follows Rob Bell as he travels across Britain to discover the most fascinating secrets that
How important are safety bags and other safety measurements? Can a smaller car withstand the damage with these measurements in place? Nigel Latta sets out to find answers to these questions. On top of that, he also tries to experience some of the most extreme weather in the world, including hurricanes, rainstorms, and extremely cold
Project Mercury has been a big stepping stone to the eventual success of the Apollo Program, but do you know what exactly happened during those years of pure trial and error? And after years of space race throughout the Cold War period, space agencies across the world are finally coming together to create the International
Geoff and Steve revisit the site where their hunting partnership began back in 1997: the Imilac pallasite strewnfield high in Chile’s Atacama Desert. It is winter at 11,000 feet in the driest desert on the planet, but with new equipment and grim determination, the guys persevere through the harshest of conditions and — on the
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