Info Page: 20,000 Cables Under the Sea

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20,000 Cables Under the Sea

 

 

Date Added: 7th January 2021

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Warning: Only available until 6th January 2022
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Description:

Documentary exploring the huge fibre optic cables that span the globe. How does the internet work even when the cables are damaged at sea? Discover this and more in this revealing look at these incredible communication lines.

 

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Duration: 43m

 

Director: Clemens Unger

 

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