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We focus on modern-day miracles of construction. Superhuman feats of modern engineering from around the world.

In Megastructures: Panama Canal we meet the mother of all mega-movers. Every year this strategic waterway lifts 14,000 ships over the equivalent of a nine-storey mountain range. Relying on some of the mightiest machines and feats of engineering in the world, the demands for its services are high, and now there are plans afoot for an even bigger, better canal.

Megastructures: Deep Sea Drillers follows an attempt to tap some of the most inaccessible natural gas on the planet, in which five high-tech mega vessels will complete a 1,800 square mile gas network, over a mile and a half below the ocean’s surface. At the heart of the project is the enormous gas-processing platform, the Independence Hub. If successful the system will produce enough gas to supply nearly 5 million households in the US.

Megastructures: Iceland’s Big Dig takes us six hundred feet underground in Iceland’s remote Eastern highlands to a gigantic Tunnel Boring Machine called Jaws. After two years of constant grind, "Jaws" has bored a tunnel over twenty-five feet in diameter nearly nine miles through basalt. This tunnel is the linchpin of a massive Hydro-Electric project that plans to use the melt water from a massive glacier to make electricity. One of the biggest challenges is steering this monster machine in a straight line, so that after nine miles eighty-eight yards it hits target dead centre. Will "Jaws" Breakthrough or bust?

Megastructures: Super Pipeline looks at one of the gas industry’s riskiest projects ever undertaken. By 2008, Britain will be connected to Norway via a 1,200 km super pipeline. It’s composed of over one million tonnes of steel and equating to a 1/3 of the world’s combined pipeline production company. Yet all of the work must be completed by robots working 3 km under the North Sea against harsh underwater currents, sub-zero temperatures and abysmal wind and wave conditions.

They span acres of land and consume enough electricity to power small towns. Megafactories are some of the most unique production facilities on Earth. We visit Italy’s Ferrari factories, to witness the construction of the Ferrari 599 from molten metal through to its 200 mph test drives, and learn how Formula One technology is transferred onto the production line. Then to Ohio and Texas, to see how tanks can be stripped down and rebuilt from the ground up, rather than built from new. In combat they are weapons capable of destroying targets two miles away. Finally, Apache Helicopters are perhaps the most lethal attack helicopters in the world. We visit the Boeing plant in Arizona, to see how sophisticated military technology is helping to make sure that the Apache pilots make it back home.

Take an eye-popping look at the greatest structures and machines ever created.

The Harley-Davidson is an American icon. We go behind the scenes at the Harley-Davidson HQ to discover how this particular mega factory is able to rev up 50 new Harleys every single hour, and get an inside peek at the process to create the controversial newly designed V-Rod. We also visit the John Deere factory, which covers more than 300,000 square metres, houses more than 2000 employees and 49 robotic welders. Find out how all these elements combine to help stamp, press, cut and weld 60,000 tons of steel into the John Deere STS Combine – a harvesting mega-machine. Finally we travel to the Peterbilt factory where workers are busy building Model 387 trucks, made to pull vehicles weighing up to 36 tonnes. With its mechanical brute strength and human creativity, this mega factory brings Peterbilt’s aerodynamic king of the long-distance fleet to the road.

EPISODE GUIDE

  • Megastructures: Megastructures: Heavy Metal Shredding
    Experience the mighty mega shredder; world's largest recycling machine that reduce 450 cars an hour to an unrecognisable pulp.
  • Megastructures: Megastructures: Worlds Tallest TV Tower
    At 610m high the Guangzhou Sightseeing and TV Tower is the tallest television tower on earth and among the world's top ten tallest buildings.
  • Megastructures: Megastructures: World's Fastest Rollercoaster
    Find out what it's like to ride the world's fastest, and tallest, roller coaster. Follow the entire construction process from its slow and steady start to its dramatic and heart-racing finish.
  • Megastructures: Megastructures: Dubai Racecourse
    In the middle of the desert a carpet of lush green grass grows on the world's most luxurious racecource. Overlooking the course is a 1.6 kilometre (1 mile) long land-scraper that boasts six star luxury for both man and horse.
  • Megastructures: Megastructures: Hoover Dam Bridge
    To save one of the most iconic engineering wonders of all time requires the creation of another masterpiece: the Hoover Dam Bypass Bridge.
  • Megastructures: Megastructures: Ecoark
    The Eco Ark pavilion is hailed as a new benchmark for the future of green buildings and a spectacular showpiece.
  • Megastructures: Supertanker
    This Megastructures episode is all about how to build a giant Supertanker that carries LNG Liquid Natural Gas, a cleaner fossil fuel becoming more and more important as the world searches for alternative energy sources. At Samsung Heavy Industries giant shipyard we see how new boat being built transforms from single plates of raw steel to a 76,000 ton Supertanker in just two short years. Well focus on the extraordinary safety measures required to build her, and see how this giant of the sea protects its volatile cargo from explosions or even terrorist attacks. Watch as the finished ship sets sail taking its place as one of the worlds most advanced Supertankers, a Megastructure of the sea.
  • Megastructures: Millau Bridge
    Opened in December 2004, the Millau Bridge in southern France is the tallest in the world, reaching 1,125 ft. This 2.5 km-long megastructure is even taller than the Eiffel Tower.
  • Megastructures: Steel
    Steel: It is one of the strongest materials on earth. It has changed the course of history and altered human civilization. From the soaring skylines in a vast metropolis, to dinner tables across the world and razor sharp tools responsible for medical miracles: steel has helped sculpt life as we know it. How Its Built: Steel will bring viewers face to face with steel and the innovations this material has given birth to. Our cameras will go inside the mills and also visit such historic steel structures as the Brooklyn Bridge, the Empire State Building, and the Gateway Arch. This program will explore steel, from its grandest achievements to it's marvelous simplicity.
  • Megastructures: Skyscraper In The Round
    From the world’s tallest hotel in Dubai to the longest double-deck suspension bridge in Hong Kong, Megastructures travels around the globe to witness the construction of these mammoth structures.
  • Megastructures: The Leaning Tower of Abu Dhabi
    From the world’s tallest hotel in Dubai to the longest double-deck suspension bridge in Hong Kong, Megastructures travels around the globe to witness the construction of these mammoth structures.
  • Megastructures: Golden Gate Bridge
    From the world’s tallest hotel in Dubai to the longest double-deck suspension bridge in Hong Kong, Megastructures travels around the globe to witness the construction of these mammoth structures.
  • Megastructures: World's Biggest Casino
    This episode follows the construction of the Venetian in Macau, which is being groomed to be Asias capital of gambling. The Venetian, built by the Las Vegas Sands Corporation, features a giant hotel with 3000 suites, a 15,000 seat arena, a theatre, event halls, 350 shops along indoor canals 147 metres long, an outdoor lagoon for gondola rides, and above all, a huge casino floor the size of seven football fields.
  • Megastructures: Megastructures: Korean Superlink
    Take an eye-popping look at the greatest structures and machines ever created as we focus on some of the world's modern-day super-human miracles of construction.
  • Megastructures: Megastructures: World Record Cruise Ship
  • Megastructures: Dubai's Palm Island
    Palm Jumeirah, in Dubai, one of the most audacious engineering projects the world has ever seen, is an artificial island in the shape of a massive palm tree.
  • Megastructures
    Follow the staggering $25 million project to 'super size' the famous aerial tram at Jackson Hole, with some parts constructed at over 4,000ft.
  • Megastructures: Concrete
    Concrete: It is the most widely used building material on earth. It was a building block of the Roman Empire and is a material of choice for a new generation of gravity-defying skyscrapers. From the sidewalks of New York to the fast-growing Burj Dubai, slated to be the worlds tallest building when it is completed in 2008, concrete continues to be a crucial tool of engineers and architects alike. Concrete's footprint is everywhere.
  • Megastructures: Brick
    Brick: They are an essential building block of civilization. They are one of the worlds first building materials and today they continue to create structures that amaze us. From paving our driveways to lining our fireplaces and chimneys, brick is part of our daily lives. But when thousands or millions of these simple blocks are stacked together, people have changed the course of history. How Its Built: Brick will bring viewers through the process that takes a lump of clay, forms it into a simple block, and then uses fire to transform it into a rock hard building material.
  • Megastructures: Panama Canal
    Lifting a mind-blowing 14,000 ships a year over a nine-story mountain range, the Panama Canal relies on some of the mightiest machines in the world: gargantuan locks, a colossal crane, and the world’s largest dipper dredge. This is one of the trickiest waterways in the world, but thousands of ships risk it every year to deliver their goods faster.
  • Megastructures: Iceland's Big Dig
    Six hundred feet underground in Iceland’s remote Eastern highlands, a gigantic Tunnel Boring Machine is only days away from boring a tunnel over twenty-five feet in diameter nearly nine miles through basalt, one of the world’s hardest rocks. This tunnel is the linchpin of a massive Hydro-Electric project that plans to use the melt water from a massive glacier make electricity.
  • Megastructures: World Record Cruise Ship
    In December 2009 the Oasis of the Seas shattered all records and became the biggest cruise ship ever built. Apart from sheer size, the ship is a high tech vessel for the 21st century, and presents features that have never been seen on a ship before.
  • Megastructures: Deep Sea Drillers
    In an attempt to tap some of the most inaccessible natural gas on the planet, five high-tech mega vessels will complete a 1,800 square mile gas network, over a mile and a half below the oceans surface.
  • Megastructures: South Pole Station
    Welcome to the South Pole, one of the most isolated places on the planet. For decades, the South Pole has been a haven for astronomy, climatology, and other science fields. Now, nearly 50 years after the first research station was built, a team of mega-builders is daring to construct a 21st century science research facility: the Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station.
  • Megastructures: Money Factory
    One hundred billion dollars in bullion. Monster money-making machines, impenetrable subterranean vaults. An army of protectors. All supporting the world's most powerful economy. Explore the heart of "In God We Trust," the elaborate systems of design and protection at the US Treasury premier currency manufacturer and her sister operation, the Bureau of Engraving and Printing. Join us as we unlock the secrets inside the steel vaults.
  • Megastructures: Icebreakers
    Iceland’s Big Dig takes us six hundred feet underground in Iceland’s remote Eastern highlands to a gigantic Tunnel Boring Machine called Jaws. After two years of constant grind, "Jaws" has bored a tunnel over twenty-five feet in diameter nearly nine miles through basalt. This tunnel is the linchpin of a massive Hydro-Electric project that plans to use the melt water from a massive glacier to make electricity. One of the biggest challenges is steering this monster machine in a straight line, so that after nine miles eighty-eight yards it hits target dead centre. Will "Jaws" Breakthrough or bust?
  • Megastructures: Queen Mary 2
    Megastructures will take you on a voyage through the largest ocean liner ever built, from the cutting of the first steel panel to the installation of the iconic red and black funnel of this 800 million dollar giant of the seas.
  • Megastructures: World's Biggest Shredder
    MegaStructures is a new series that takes an eye-popping look at the greatest structures and machines ever created. Get inside these superstructures and uncover the cogs, gears, bells, and whistles that make them work. And learn about all the stops and starts that went into creating these engineering triumphs.
  • Megastructures: Dubai's Dream Palace
    Measuring more than 320 metres high and stretching higher than the Eiffel Tower, Dubai's Burj Al Arab is an architectural icon for the 21st Century. Rising out of the sea like a proud ship at sail, the Burj pushes the boundaries of engineering to the limit. How does a bold young design team that has never built anything taller than 16 stories tackle building the tallest and most luxurious hotel in the world? To start, the team creates an artificial island 270 metres off the coast of Dubai. Engineers utilize ground-breaking concrete blocks to reduce wave impact and prevent water from flooding.
  • Megastructures: Worlds Tallest TV Tower
    At 610m high the Guangzhou Sightseeing and TV Tower is the tallest television tower on earth and among the world's top ten tallest buildings.
  • Megastructures: Shanghai Super Tower
    What do you get if you take sixty thousand tons of steel, 260,000 cubic meters of concrete, 2000 dedicated Chinese workers and the best design brains in the business? The Shanghai World Financial Center. At 101 floors high it will not only be the tallest building on the Chinese mainland but one that can withstand some of the toughest challenges.
  • Megastructures: Spaceport America
    Take an eye-popping look at the greatest structures and machines ever created as we focus on some of the world's modern-day super-human miracles of construction.
  • Megastructures: Bridge Breakdown
    A young demolition team must lower a historic bridge to recycle 25,000 tons of steel, concrete, and rebar, all while testing their limits, fighting the elements, and racing against a ticking clock.
  • Megastructures: 747 Breakdown
    For years, when a jumbo jet reached the end of its 30-year lifespan, it would end up in a scrap yard, or rotting at the end of a runway. But at the Evergreen Air Center in Marana, Arizona, planes past their prime are recycled instead. Witness each step as they carefully drain toxic fluids, carve out the pricey parts—from landing gear and flight controls to engines and pumps—and then slice up the airframe.
  • Megastructures: China's Ultimate Port
    Thirty kilometers out to sea, in the middle of the ocean, is the location for Yangshan Deep Water Port. With twenty kilometers of quay and fifty berths, Yangshan is destined to become the biggest deepwater port ever built. Linked to China by the worlds second-longest ocean bridge, Yangshans deep water allows the worlds biggest container ships to come calling. Its massive cranes, cutting-edge control system, and focused personnel are already shattering records for loading and unloading gigantic container ships and its not even finished being built.
  • Megastructures: Beijing Water Cube
    In Beijing a building like no other has emerged. It is a bold experiment in architecture and a cutting-edge vision of construction eco-engineering. When Beijing hosts the 2008 Olympics the eyes of the world will be riveted on this building. Its official name is the National Aquatics Centre but in the world of mega-architecture it is known as the Water Cube. We go behind the scenes to learn more about the vision behind a building destined to become one this century's leading architectural feats.
  • Megastructures: Atom Smasher
    The Large Hadron Collider is a titan of science. A monster of engineering, it’s the biggest computer game in the world. We follow the construction as the final pieces of this mega-machine are assembled, while meeting some of the characters at the heart of this amazing experiment.
  • Megastructures: Beijing Olympic Stadium
    You can't host the Olympics without a world-class facility, and for 2008, China's gearing up to do the honors by building one of the world's largest enclosed facilities-the Beijing National Stadium. 42,000 tons of twisted steel, and a stadium to seat 90,000 people-one of the biggest and most ambitious constructions projects ever attempted in modern China. Against the backdrop of China's rush to the Olympics, our program examines the unique features of the "bird's nest" stadium, following its design, engineering and construction up until the ultimate test, where we'll find out if this ambitious project comes together as planned.
  • Megastructures: Steam Drillers
    Join "Mega Green Tech" as it journeys around the globe in search of what is perhaps the Earth's most available green energy: geothermal power.
  • Megastructures: Power Tower
    Witness the Bahrain World Trade Center - the world's first large-scale integration of wind turbines into a skyscraper. This episode explores the science behind the concept and discover how engineers and construction crews attempt to tackle this audacious project.
  • Megastructures: World Island Wonder
    Creating a man-made wonder visible from space is no easy task. For a team of developers in Dubai, building an island chain in the shape of the world that is four kilometres off the coast becomes a multi-year architectural challenge. The team will use more than 320 million cubic metres of sand - the largest amount of sand ever moved by man - to create 300 islands intricately shaped to resemble the world. Each island must be exactly the right shape to match the map so engineers must implement cutting-edge GPS and satellite technology to shape each island.
  • Megastructures: Wave Energy
    Three teams of engineers are locked in a race to harness what may be the most powerful form of green energy… swift tidal currents and battering waves, the power of the oceans. Each team believes it can solve a portion of the world's energy needs. They're testing out three different machines designed to be placed in the water and convert ocean energy into electricity.
  • Megastructures: Impossible Build, The
    The renovated California Academy of Sciences - the world's largest green public building - emerges from the landscape of Golden Gate Park. Viewed from the air, the undulating living roof resembles a piece of the park flying as if by magic.
  • Megastructures: Train Wreck
    Railroads are the backbone of American industry. 170,000 miles of track crisscross the country from coast to coast, moving two million billion tons of freight nationally every year. But nothing lasts forever, and that includes a couple of 180-ton locomotives.
  • Megastructures: Sun Engine
    Solar energy is in the spotlight once again amid global warming concerns and fluctuating energy prices. But can solar prove itself on a large scale to compete with the other green energies? "Mega Green Tech" travels the globe to visit new massive solar power facilities and to explore cutting edge research and technology, all of which must grapple with one of the biggest solar hurdles: What to do when the sun isn’t shining?
  • Megastructures: Ultimate Skyscraper NYC
    In the city that never sleeps, one architect's dream for a greener future has been realized. The One Bryant Park building in New York City is not only going to be the second tallest building in the city, but is set to be one of the most energy efficient skyscrapers in the world. Richard Cook and his team have taken on an exhilarating challenge to transform the modern approach to green technology.
  • Megastructures: Dam Busters
    team of experts mobilizes to demolish, excavate and recycle a 25,000 ton dam built of concrete and steel. The pressure is on: They have just half the time needed to complete the job. Worse yet, their biggest challenge stands behind the old dam - One million cubic yards of boulders, gravel, and sand that the river has stacked against it for nearly a century. To remove this blockade, the team gambles on a radical, dangerous plan that's never been tried before: Turning the energy of a perfect storm against the debris. If they are not successful, a generation of endangered salmon returning to spawn may be wiped out.
  • Megastructures: Megastructures: Monster Shredder
    Experience the mighty mega shredder. The world's largest recycling machine takes the floor space of an entire factory. It will reduce the equivalent of 450 cars an hour to an unrecognizable pulp.
  • Megastructures: Electric Ocean
    Three teams of engineers are locked in a race to harness what may be the most powerful form of green energy… swift tidal currents and battering waves, the power of the oceans. Each team believes it can solve a portion of the world's energy needs.
  • Megastructures: Miami Super Stadium
    The Orange Bowl home to the Miami Dolphins for 21 seasons, and host of five Super Bowls is about to be demolished. Its a monster breakdown job…with a monster deadline: In just four months, a demolition team needs to clear over a quarter million feet of stadium to get ready for a new stadium. Not only is there a tight timetable, everything must be salvaged or recycled. But before the team can break down the stadium, theyll have to save parts of it. After a memorabilia company combs the bowl for collectibles and auctions off what they salvage its finally time for the demo team to get their hands on the bowl. 50,000 left over orange seats, nearly 100,000 square feet of turf, and eight ten-ton stadium light towers are recycled or resold, freeing the demo team to take down the stadium itself. Using a combo of wrecking balls and mega machines, theyll cut, pull, and pummel this historic structu
  • Megastructures: Soviet Doomsday Sub
    In the extreme Russian North, a team of engineers are ready to dismantle the A Typhoon Class submarine, the world's largest nuclear submarine, the Typhoon.
  • Megastructures: Grand Canyon Skywalk
    Perched 4,000 feet above the Colorado River on the very edge of the Grand Canyon is one of the most recent and innovative engineering marvels of our time. The Grand Canyon Skywalk, the first ever cantilever designed glass bridge.
  • Megastructures: Building Green Beijing
    Embarking on a quest to design and build a meeting place for athletes and their families at the Games, the designers of the Olympic Rendezvous must come up with a design that genuinely reflects green ideas and complements the green themed games.
  • Megastructures: UK Super Train
    From the world’s tallest hotel in Dubai to the longest double-deck suspension bridge in Hong Kong, Megastructures travels around the globe to witness the construction of these mammoth structures.
  • Megastructures: Channel Tunnel
    The most expensive railway tunnel in history, the Channel Tunnel, has cornered the market in travel between Britain and France. But - as the structure that ended Britain's island status and following a near disastrous fire - there was a time when this engineering miracle was the tunnel that nobody wanted.
  • Megastructures: Autobahn
    Renowned for precise engineering and infamous for unlimited speeds, the German Autobahn is nearly 7,300 miles in length. This episode profiles what it takes to build, operate, maintain and drive the world's ultimate super highway.
  • Megastructures: Sears Tower
    Discover the quirks of building and running the tallest building in North America, the Sears Tower. Experience a wild ride inside the elevator shafts, climb inside the towering antennas, snoop in the cleaning closets and get a window-washer's view of Chicago.
  • Megastructures: USS Ronald Reagan
    Powered by two nuclear reactors, the USS Ronald Reagan can operate for 20 years without refuelling. How did engineers design an aircraft carrier that is as long as the Empire State Building is high? And what is life like for the 6,000 inhabitants of this floating military city?
  • Megastructures: Akashi Kaiko Bridge
    The Akashi Kaikyo Bridge is the world's longest, tallest and most-expensive suspension bridge. But it's built in a place where no bridge should be – a deepwater channel beset by typhoons, heavy rain, treacherous currents and earthquakes. The bridge has been open and trouble-free for six years. But could it fall down one day?
  • Megastructures: Itaipu Dam
    The true-life story of overcoming impossible odds, moulding nature, and breaking construction and engineering records to produce the world's most powerful dam, Itaipu Dam. Over 40,000 workers laid millions of tons of concrete, diverted the course of a river and moved thousands of people and animals, in order to bring power to millions.
  • Megastructures: Petronas Towers
    Building the massive skyscraper the Petronas Towers in one of the world’s fastest growing cities in Malaysia threatened to turn from a dream to a nightmare. The architect and his team had to overcome conflicting priorities, changing goals and corporate rivalries to make this miracle of engineering ingenuity a reality.
  • Megastructures: Kansai Airport
    Japan's Kansai Airport is one of the greatest engineering achievements in the world, built entirely on a man-made island the size of Monaco. Faced with all of the operational problems of a normal international airport, they also must contend with typhoons and earthquakes. And there’s one other small problem… the island is sinking!
  • Megastructures: North Sea Wall
    From the world’s tallest hotel in Dubai to the longest double-deck suspension bridge in Hong Kong, Megastructures travels around the globe to witness the construction of these mammoth structures.
  • Megastructures: World's Busiest Port
    This Megastructure is the port of call for more than 1,000 ships loaded with cargo, headed for 600 ports, 123 countries, 6 continents - moving at the pace of one ship every two to three minutes.
  • Megastructures: USS Virginia
    A look at the newest nuclear sub to prowl the oceans, the USS Virginia. Built to answer America's military needs for the 21st century, this underwater warship features many forward-looking advances in naval technology.
  • Megastructures: Sea Launch
    Four countries have funded a satellite launching system which ferries rockets to the equator and sends satellites into orbit from a floating platform.
  • Megastructures: Oil Mine
    There is enough oil in Canada's northern plains to free the US and Canada from dependence on Saudi Arabia. Extracting the oil requires the largest engineering project in North America.
  • Megastructures: North Branch Correctional
    Take an inside look at the design and construction of the largest and most technologically advanced maximum-security prison currently under construction in the US –Maryland's North Branch Correctional Institution.
  • Megastructures: Berlin Train Terminal
    The completion of Berlin's Grand Central will literally and figuratively reconnect East and West Germany. Once complete, this MegaStructure will be the largest train station in Europe - nearly as much space as the Empire State building.
  • Megastructures: Ultimate Vegas Casino
    Find out how a billionaire developer will design Follow the design team and construction crews on their journey to reconstruct in exacting detail the ancient city of Venice, Italy, complete with Grand Canal and gondolas.
  • Megastructures: Ultimate Roller Coaster
    Find out what it's like to ride the world's fastest, and tallest, roller coaster. Follow the entire construction process from its slow and steady start to its dramatic and heart-racing finish.
  • Megastructures: Diamond Diggers
    Diamond Diggers explores the volcanic history and incredible discovery of the frozen Ekati Mine, the inner workings of its monster machines that move mountains of gem-studded earth, and the extreme conditions braved by workers to unearth nearly five million carats of diamonds each year.
  • Megastructures: Port of Rotterdam
    Ships move 350 million tons of cargo through this port each year. Traffic, tricky currents and narrow channels and huge ships are managed by highly specialised mega-movers and expert coordinators.
  • Megastructures: Airforce Transport
    Dover Air Force Base is the busiest US military aerial port, responsible for more than 30 per cent of US military materials sent overseas. Food, construction supplies, fuel and military firepower all pass through the base.
  • Megastructures: Airbus A380
    The massive, elegant Airbus A380 promises a revolution in air travel. Look at the intricate and impressive processes involved in the construction of this 73m-long, 80m-wide super-plane.
  • Megastructures: Ice Hotel
    10,000 tons of crystal clear ice and 30,000 tons of pure snow are needed to build the Ice Hotel in Sweden every year. The hotel sleeps over 100 guests and every bedroom is unique. It has become renowned for its ingenuity and originality but it isn't the only structure created from ice. A little further into Sweden's northern wilderness is a network of roads that are created every winter on top of the Baltic Sea. Witness the construction and disappearance of two of the world's most unique Megastructures.
  • Megastructures: Megastructures: Spaceport America
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