Discovery Nerve Center Season 1 HDTV x264 720p AC3
7.26 GB | MKV | 1280x720 | 46 min | TV/Packs HD | Audio Languages: English
Could YOU do it? Think about it: nearly one million people pass through Grand Central Terminal each day; 14,000 vessels navigate the Panama Canal every year; and 145 behind-the-scenes technicians keep audiences dazzled and performers alive during Cirque du Soleil's "O" on the Las Vegas strip. But who shoulders these pulse-pounding responsibilities? And, just how do they make their deadlines? NERVE CENTER offers an all-access pass revealing how some of the worlds most iconic not to mention biggest and busiest places keep ticking 24/7.
Part 1: Grand Central Terminal
Grand Central Terminal moves 130,000 passengers a day over 400 miles of track and through 110 stations spread across New York City and upstate New York.
Part 2: Cirque du Soleils O
Since its inaugural performance, Cirque Du Soleil's "O" has enthralled over 10 million spectators, during the course of 6000 shows.
Part 3: Panama Canal
The Panama Canal is one of the largest canals in the world and shaves 8,000 miles off what would otherwise be a two-week voyage for the 14,000 vessels that pass through it annually; the most risky manouevre is when northbound ships meet southbound.
Part 4: Atlanta National Airport
Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport manages 2,700 take-offs and landings and 250,000 passengers daily; it is most strained to capacity on Friday night at 19:24, when there are more planes in the air and on the ground then at any other time.
Part 5: DC Fire and EMS
With over 150,000 calls each year, the District of Columbia Fire and EMS is one of the busiest all-hazardous agencies in the U.S.
Part 6: Port of Los Angeles
The Port of Los Angeles is the biggest, busiest and most significant gateway in North America.
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