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This science and technology documentary TV show premiered in 2015. In this show, seemingly impossible feats of engineering are explored throughout the entire world. Discover how bridges that can withstand hurricane force winds and massive earthquakes are constructed over deep water in an earthquake prone zone in Greece. Learn the ins and outs of the engineering work that is done to construct such seemingly impossible structures.

Impossible Engineering is a series that is currently running and has 9 seasons (69 episodes). The series first aired on April 13, 2015.

Where do I stream Impossible Engineering online? Impossible Engineering is available for streaming on Science, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Impossible Engineering on demand at Philo, Amazon, Vudu, FuboTV, Microsoft Movies & TV, Google Play, iTunes, Science Channel online.

Mondays 8:00 PM et/pt on Science
9 Seasons, 69 Episodes
April 13, 2015
Documentary & Biography
7.3/10
Cast: Mike Bratton
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Impossible Engineering Full Episode Guide

  • A cutting-edge engineering marvel can lift boats and water to astonishing heights, and its advanced design makes it the first and only construction of its kind; behind-the-scenes access shows how it works.

  • To carry infantry troops to the frontlines, military engineers designed three battlefield behemoths that command the land, sea, and air; special access reveals how cutting-edge tech made these innovations for the U.S. Air Force, Army, and Marines possible.

  • Engineers in China are constructing the largest and most ambitious water transfer project in human history, defying nature to move vast quantities of water from the south to the dry north in Beijing, all without the use of pumping stations.

  • Test pilots and engineers embark on the first flight of the largest airplane ever built: the Stratolaunch, a one-of-a-kind aircraft designed to transport rockets, spacecraft and experimental hypersonic planes into the stratosphere.

  • Featuring the world's largest heavy-lift ship that can carry entire cruise ships halfway across the globe without stopping. To do this, experts use cutting-edge maritime engineering and the latest science for herculean strength and first-class maneuverability.

  • A brand new skyscraper in Texas is a gravity-defying engineering marvel with one-of-a kind shape, and to build it, experts use cutting-edge construction and design that pushes modern day tower-building to strange and innovative heights.

  • Engineers in Seattle are building the world's first floating railway bridge, and to tackle this complex engineering challenge, they use new, innovative construction technology that enables high-speed trains to go where they've never gone before.

  • A look at how the biggest oil tanker was built.