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Above and Beyond, Episode 20, NASA and The America's Cup
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directed by Paul Roberts, fl. 2001-2007; produced by Paul Roberts, fl. 2001-2007, World Wide Entertainment, in Above and Beyond, Episode 20 (Geelong, Victoria: Switch International, 2005), 24 mins
Benefits From Beyond: In 1983, Australia won the Americas Cup. The USA needed an edge and they got it by using a combination of NASA technology, 3M manufacturing, and a component that was inspired by a rather unlikely contributor. The Cost: Fire crews in Los Angeles are setting alight the area of the San Gabriel M...
directed by Paul Roberts, fl. 2001-2007; produced by Paul Roberts, fl. 2001-2007, World Wide Entertainment, in Above and Beyond, Episode 20 (Geelong, Victoria: Switch International, 2005), 24 mins
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Above and Beyond, Episode 21, John Glenn - Orbiting the Earth
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directed by Paul Roberts, fl. 2001-2007; produced by Paul Roberts, fl. 2001-2007, World Wide Entertainment, in Above and Beyond, Episode 21 (Geelong, Victoria: Switch International, 2005), 24 mins
Feature: John Glenn blasts off on board Friendship 7 in 1962 to be the first American man to orbit the Earth. Trailblazers: In 1885, two brother flew across the rooves of Paris in a balloon. In 1934, the balloon flight became far more sophisticated due to a man called professor Jean Picard.
directed by Paul Roberts, fl. 2001-2007; produced by Paul Roberts, fl. 2001-2007, World Wide Entertainment, in Above and Beyond, Episode 21 (Geelong, Victoria: Switch International, 2005), 24 mins
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Above and Beyond, Episode 22, A Vital but Complex Hell
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directed by Paul Roberts, fl. 2001-2007; produced by Paul Roberts, fl. 2001-2007, World Wide Entertainment, in Above and Beyond, Episode 22 (Geelong, Victoria: Switch International, 2005), 24 mins
The Cost: Four scientific researchers volunteer to be sealed in a high-altitude chamber for thirty days to explore the autonomy of a life support system designed for astronauts in space. Feature: Slowly unraveling some of the mysteries of the universe, in particular our sun.
directed by Paul Roberts, fl. 2001-2007; produced by Paul Roberts, fl. 2001-2007, World Wide Entertainment, in Above and Beyond, Episode 22 (Geelong, Victoria: Switch International, 2005), 24 mins
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Above and Beyond, Episode 23, Skylab - Probing our Solar System
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directed by Paul Roberts, fl. 2001-2007; produced by Paul Roberts, fl. 2001-2007, World Wide Entertainment, in Above and Beyond, Episode 23 (Geelong, Victoria: Switch International, 2005), 24 mins
Feature: NASA's contribution into the exploration of space in the early 1960's. Big Bang: A Sky-Lab probing our solar system and unmasking many mysteries of the sun so that we may better understand how it affects our weather, communications, and our destiny.
directed by Paul Roberts, fl. 2001-2007; produced by Paul Roberts, fl. 2001-2007, World Wide Entertainment, in Above and Beyond, Episode 23 (Geelong, Victoria: Switch International, 2005), 24 mins
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Above and Beyond, Episode 24, The 60's - Pushing for Space Success
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directed by Paul Roberts, fl. 2001-2007; produced by Paul Roberts, fl. 2001-2007, World Wide Entertainment, in Above and Beyond, Episode 24 (Geelong, Victoria: Switch International, 2005), 25 mins
Feature: We continue our look at the progress made in the push for psace enlightenment during the 1960's.
directed by Paul Roberts, fl. 2001-2007; produced by Paul Roberts, fl. 2001-2007, World Wide Entertainment, in Above and Beyond, Episode 24 (Geelong, Victoria: Switch International, 2005), 25 mins
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Above and Beyond, Episode 25, Seeing Ourselves from Space
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directed by Paul Roberts, fl. 2001-2007; produced by Paul Roberts, fl. 2001-2007, World Wide Entertainment, in Above and Beyond, Episode 25 (Geelong, Victoria: Switch International, 2005), 23 mins
Feature: The mid-sixties were the most adventurous and prolific years in the ongoing history of space exploration. We look at the time when images of earth from space first came into our homes.
directed by Paul Roberts, fl. 2001-2007; produced by Paul Roberts, fl. 2001-2007, World Wide Entertainment, in Above and Beyond, Episode 25 (Geelong, Victoria: Switch International, 2005), 23 mins
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Above and Beyond, Episode 26, Manned Mission to the Moon
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directed by Paul Roberts, fl. 2001-2007; produced by Paul Roberts, fl. 2001-2007, World Wide Entertainment, in Above and Beyond, Episode 26 (Geelong, Victoria: Switch International, 2005), 23 mins
Feature: The orbiting astronomical observatory has 11 telescopes that view the stars with clarity never though possible. And the achievements and catastrophes leading up to the manned missions to the Moon and back. The Cost: Exercise is the key to good health. Space lacks the gravity that is necessary for a health...
directed by Paul Roberts, fl. 2001-2007; produced by Paul Roberts, fl. 2001-2007, World Wide Entertainment, in Above and Beyond, Episode 26 (Geelong, Victoria: Switch International, 2005), 23 mins
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Acid/Base Chemistry: Proton Power
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(Coastline Community College, 2010), 28 mins, 28 page(s)
Identifying the differences between acids, bases, and salts, this program explores the structures, formulas, and physical properties of each and looks at the substances with which they interact. It discusses the integral roles of neutralization reactions, hydrogen, and water in acid/base chemistry and emphasizes t...
(Coastline Community College, 2010), 28 mins, 28 page(s)
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Acquaculture
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produced by National Geographic Film & Television (District of Columbia: National Geographic, 2015), 3 mins
Located off the coast of Panama, the world's largest open-ocean fish farm raises hundreds of thousands of cobia fish in colossal underwater pods. Brian O'Hanlon, whose company runs the farms, hopes to bring this sustainable aquaculture approach to more coasts, and cobia to more plates.
produced by National Geographic Film & Television (District of Columbia: National Geographic, 2015), 3 mins
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The Actinide Series
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(Discovery Channel School, 2006), 56 mins, 56 page(s)
Exploring the dangers and benefits of nuclear energy, this program introduces the radioactive actinide series. It explains how the chemical properties of such elements as uranium and americium make them both beneficial and harmful to society and discusses the scientific principles behind and applications of nuclea...
(Discovery Channel School, 2006), 56 mins, 56 page(s)
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