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  • Precious gems.

    珍貴的寶石。

  • Classic artwork.

    經典的藝術作品。

  • Napoleon's penis?!

    拿破崙的小弟弟?

  • Some thieves have more...offbeat targets for their heists.

    有些盜賊有更多......非主流的搶劫目標。

  • These are twenty of the weirdest things ever stolen.

    這些是有史以來被盜的20件最奇怪的東西。

  • #20.

    #20.

  • A Giant Inflatable Cow

    一頭巨大的充氣牛

  • The Chick-Fil-A in Tempe, Arizona had an eye-catching way of getting people to pull into their roadside

    亞利桑那州坦佩市的Chick-Fil-A餐廳用一種引人注目的方式讓人們把車停在他們的路邊。

  • location for chicken sandwiches - a massive twenty-four-foot tall inflatable cow that

    雞肉三明治的地點--一頭巨大的二十四英尺高的充氣牛。

  • weighed over three hundred pounds.

    重達三百多磅。

  • The cow became a local attraction, and was brought to Arizona State University as a mascot

    這頭牛成為當地的一個景點,並被帶到亞利桑那州立大學作為吉祥物。

  • for a football game.

    為了一場足球比賽。

  • And then...it vanished.

    然後......它就消失了。

  • Someone had stolen it, but the kind of person who steals a giant inflatable cow might not

    有人偷了它,但那種偷巨型充氣牛的人可能不會

  • be the brightest.

    是最亮的。

  • A reward was offered, and the cow was quickly sighted in someone's backyard.

    有人提出懸賞,並很快在某人的後院看到了這頭牛。

  • While the culprit claimed to have bought it at a garage sale, the police weren't buying

    雖然肇事者聲稱是在車庫拍賣會上買的,但警方並不相信。

  • it.

    它。

  • The cow was soon back in its usual place, and the eagle-eyed do-gooder cashed in his

    這頭牛很快就回到了它的老地方,鷹眼道人兌現了他的

  • reward from Chick-Fil-A - a year of free chicken sandwiches.

    Chick-Fil-A的獎勵--一年的免費雞肉三明治。

  • This next thief was ice cold.

    接下來的這個盜賊是冰冷的。

  • #19.

    #19.

  • A Glacier

    冰川

  • The world's glaciers are disappearing fast due to the changing climate, but when one

    由於氣候的變化,世界上的冰川正在迅速消失,但當一個人

  • Patagonian glacier started shrinking, it wasn't the environment.

    巴塔哥尼亞冰川開始萎縮,這不是環境的問題。

  • When the Jorge Montt glacier in Chile was missing chunks of ice, police didn't have

    當智利的豪爾赫-蒙特冰川缺少大塊的冰塊時,警察沒有

  • a lead - until they stopped a truck with suspicious cargo.

    直到他們攔下一輛裝有可疑貨物的卡車。

  • It contained tons of ice from the glacier - and they were bound for Santiago, Chile's

    它包含來自冰川的數噸冰塊--它們被運往智利的聖地亞哥。

  • capital, where they would be sold as designer ice for drinks.

    在首都,它們將作為飲料的設計冰塊出售。

  • The environmentally unsound entrepreneur was charged with theft - and faced charges of

    這位環境不健全的企業家被指控犯有盜竊罪 - 並面臨以下指控

  • defacing a national monument.

    玷汙國家紀念碑。

  • Speaking of environmental changes, this next landscape heist had an unusual explanation.

    說到環境變化,接下來這個景觀搶劫案有一個不同尋常的解釋。

  • #18.

    #18.

  • A Lawn

    A 草坪

  • A woman in Alberta, Canada had gone away on a vacation, but when she returned to her home

    加拿大阿爾伯塔省的一名婦女外出度假,但當她回到自己的家時

  • near Calgary, she was shocked by the sight.

    在卡爾加里附近,她被這一景象震驚了。

  • Her carefully tended lawn was now little more than a pile of exposed dirt!

    她精心打理的草坪現在只剩下一堆裸露的泥土了!"。

  • Who - and why - would someone steal an entire lawn?

    誰--以及為什麼--會有人偷整個草坪?

  • After a police investigation, the thief came forward - and it turned out to be a big misunderstanding.

    經過警方的調查,小偷站了出來--結果發現這是一個大誤會。

  • The lawn thief was a local landscaper who had been hired to uproot and replace someone's

    這個偷草坪的人是當地的一個園藝師,他被僱來拔掉並替換某人的草坪。

  • lawn - and went to the wrong address.

    草坪--去了錯誤的地址。

  • An offer of a free lawn replacement brought the case of the lawn on the lam to a peaceful

    一個免費更換草坪的提議,使逃亡中的草坪案件得以和平解決。

  • end.

    結束。

  • This next heist was for the birds.

    接下來的搶劫是為鳥類準備的。

  • #17.

    #17.

  • Rare Feathers

    罕見的羽毛

  • Edwin Rist seemed to have a bright future ahead of him, being a prodigy in playing the

    埃德溫-里斯特似乎有一個光明的未來,他是一個演奏的神童。

  • flute.

    長笛。

  • But the young man also had a dark obsession - with rare birds - and one day he saw an

    但這個年輕人也有一個黑暗的執念--對稀有鳥類的執念,有一天他看到了一個

  • opportunity.

    機會。

  • He visited the small Museum of Natural History in Tring, England, and pulled off a heist

    他參觀了位於英國特林的小型自然歷史博物館,並完成了一次搶劫。

  • of almost three hundred preserved bird skins.

    近300張保存的鳥皮。

  • Stripping the feathers off, he tried to sell them on the black market - including as decorations

    他把羽毛剝下來,試圖在黑市上出售--包括作為裝飾品。

  • for fish lures.

    用於魚餌。

  • He was eventually caught and fined $160,000, although he did stay out of prison, and more

    他最終被抓並被罰款16萬美元,雖然他沒有入獄,但更多的是

  • than a hundred of the specimens were never recovered.

    超過一百個標本從未被找到。

  • The next heist is brought to you by alcohol and bad decisions.

    下一次搶劫是由酒精和錯誤的決定帶給你的。

  • #16.

    #16.

  • A Live Penguin

    一隻活的企鵝

  • Three Welsh tourists were having the time of their life in Australia, and that included

    三名威爾士遊客在澳洲度過了他們一生中最美好的時光,這其中包括

  • a visit to Sea World.

    參觀海洋世界。

  • But they had a few too many to drink, and they decided it would be a good idea to visit

    但他們喝得太多了,他們決定去拜訪一下

  • the park at night - once it was closed.

    在晚上的公園裡--一旦關閉。

  • After breaking in and going for a swim with the dolphins, two of them came across a fairy

    在闖入並與海豚一起游泳後,他們中的兩人遇到了一個仙女

  • penguin - and decided it would be a great pet.

    企鵝 - 並決定它將是一個偉大的寵物。

  • The next morning, it seemed like a much less appealing idea when they woke up with the

    第二天早上,當他們醒來的時候,這似乎是一個更不吸引人的想法。

  • penguin waddling around their hotel room.

    企鵝在他們的酒店房間裡蹣跚而行。

  • They decided to release Dirk into a local canal.

    他們決定把德克放進當地的一條運河。

  • The very confused penguin was returned home, and the two birdbrains had to explain themselves

    這隻非常困惑的企鵝被送回了家,而兩個鳥人不得不解釋自己的情況

  • to a judge who fined them $1000 each, while their companion faced trespassing charges.

    法官對他們每人處以1000美元的罰款,而他們的同伴則面臨非法侵入的指控。

  • This next thief took his sweet tooth to unhealthy lengths.

    接下來的這個小偷把他的甜食吃到了不健康的程度。

  • #15.

    #15.

  • A LOT of Ice Cream

    大量的冰激凌

  • It was 2017 when Tokyo was hit by a series of thefts targeting homes and offices.

    那是2017年,東京遭到了一系列針對家庭和辦公室的盜竊案。

  • But in all of them, only one thing was taken - ice cream, chocolate, cakes, and other sweets.

    但在所有這些地方,只有一樣東西被拿走了--冰淇淋、巧克力、蛋糕和其他甜食。

  • The thief was obviously not a professional, and left evidence of himself both on video

    這名小偷顯然不是專業人士,他在視頻中留下了自己的證據。

  • cameras - and in the crumbs he left behind from his criminal snack attacks.

    攝影機--以及他在犯罪的零食攻擊中留下的碎屑。

  • Eventually, Yasuhiro Wakashima was caught for a crime spree that caused nearly $50,000

    最終,若島康弘因其瘋狂的犯罪行為被抓獲,造成近5萬美元的損失。

  • in losses - a series of crimes that earned him the nicknameSugar”.

    在損失方面--這一系列的罪行為他贏得了 "糖 "的綽號。

  • The only other item he ever stole?

    他唯一偷過的其他物品?

  • A pair of sandals.

    一雙涼鞋。

  • Hey, comfortable footwear is nice after a snack binge.

    嘿,在狂吃零食之後,舒適的鞋類是不錯的。

  • These next heists may not have been very valuable - but they were dangerous.

    接下來的這些搶劫案可能不是很有價值--但它們很危險。

  • #14.

    #14.

  • Manholes

    沙井

  • It was 1990 in Los Angeles when manholes started going missing around the city.

    那是1990年在洛杉磯,沙井開始在城市周圍失蹤。

  • Not only was this a crime, but it could easily cause a fatal accident for a driver or cyclist.

    這不僅是一種犯罪,而且很容易給司機或騎自行車的人造成致命的事故。

  • As the manhole thefts swept through the city, investigators eventually tracked the culprits

    當沙井盜竊案席捲整個城市時,調查人員最終追蹤到了肇事者

  • to a scrap metal yard.

    到一個廢舊金屬場。

  • Only a small percentage of the missing manholes were ever found, but the two thieves apparently

    只有一小部分丟失的沙井被找到,但這兩個盜賊顯然是

  • wanted to sell them for scrap.

    想把它們賣成廢品。

  • Given that they were only worth three cents per pound, this may not have been the smartest

    鑑於它們每磅只值3美分,這可能不是最聰明的做法。

  • heist on the list.

    名單上的搶劫案。

  • Stealing commodities is pretty common - but this next heist angered all of Wisconsin.

    偷竊商品是很常見的--但接下來的這起搶劫案激怒了整個威斯康星州。

  • #13.

    #13.

  • 20,000 Pounds of Cheese

    20,000磅的奶酪

  • Wisconsin loves its cheese, as anyone who has ever gone to a football game there knows.

    威斯康星州喜歡它的奶酪,任何去過那裡看足球比賽的人都知道。

  • And the creamy dairy product is one of their top exports.

    而奶油乳製品是他們最主要的出口產品之一。

  • But one trucker was in for an unpleasant surprise in 2017 when he checked into a service station.

    但是,一名卡車司機在2017年入住一個服務站時遇到了不愉快的驚喜。

  • He detached his trailer and stored it in a local facility - and when he picked it up,

    他把他的拖車拆下來,存放在當地的一個設施裡--當他拿起它時。

  • it was missing $46,000 worth of his creamy cargo.

    它缺少價值46,000美元的他的奶油貨物。

  • While the cheese was never located, investigators researched it, and believe there might be

    雖然從未找到奶酪,但調查人員對其進行了研究,並認為可能有

  • an organized cheese heist ring.

    一個有組織的奶酪搶劫團伙。

  • Lock up your cheddar.

    鎖好你的切達奶酪。

  • This next thief put a lot of effort into...nothing.

    下一個小偷花了很多精力在......什麼都沒有。

  • #12.

    #12.

  • A Random Pair of Shoes

    一雙隨機的鞋子

  • Most of the weirdest heists are for strange items.

    大多數最奇怪的搶劫案都是為了獲得奇怪的物品。

  • But a Nanaimo, British Columbia man was obsessed with a very mundane target.

    但不列顛哥倫比亞省納奈莫市的一名男子卻對一個非常平凡的目標著迷。

  • He cased a building belonging to a charity organization serving children with Autism

    他在一棟屬於為自閉症兒童服務的慈善組織的建築內進行了搜查。

  • and Down Syndrome.

    和唐氏綜合症。

  • Using a long stick, he poked inside the door until he reached his target - the shoes belonging

    他用一根長棍子在門內捅了捅,直到他到達目標--屬於他的鞋子。

  • to a random child who attended classes at the facility.

    對在該機構上課的隨機兒童。

  • He then pulled the shoes out the door and ran off, leaving the staff and police wondering

    然後,他把鞋子拉出門外,跑了出去,留下工作人員和警察在納悶。

  • who the culprit was - and why he was so obsessed with stealing a kid's shoes.

    誰是罪魁禍首--以及他為什麼如此痴迷於偷一個孩子的鞋子。

  • He wasn't the only Canadian who wasn't above stealing from children.

    他並不是唯一不屑於偷竊兒童的加拿大人。

  • #11.

    #11.

  • A Playground Slide

    操場上的滑梯

  • Suncrest Elementary School was looking forward to opening its doors to students again in

    Suncrest小學期待著再次向學生敞開大門。

  • September 2020, but one feature was going to be missing.

    2020年9月,但有一個功能將被遺漏。

  • Their elaborate play structure usually led to an exciting slide that kids loved to go

    他們精心設計的遊戲結構通常會有一個令人興奮的滑梯,孩子們都喜歡去玩。

  • down - but anyone trying it now would get a much faster freefall.

    但現在任何人嘗試它都會得到更快的自由落體。

  • Someone had used tools to disconnect the entire slide and apparently take it away whole, leaving

    有人用工具斷開了整個滑道的連接,顯然是把它整個拿走了,留下了

  • the rest of the play structure intact.

    其餘的遊戲結構保持完好。

  • There are currently no leads, and school officials admit it may have taken them three weeks before

    目前沒有任何線索,學校官員承認,他們可能花了三個星期才

  • anyone even noticed it was gone from the closed playground.

    甚至有人注意到它已經從封閉的操場上消失了。

  • But some thieves had their eyes on an entire building.

    但有些盜賊卻把目光投向了整座大樓。

  • #10.

    #10.

  • A Russian Church

    一個俄羅斯教堂

  • The village of Komarovo was a poor and crime-ridden area, and its local church had fallen into

    科馬羅沃村是一個貧窮和犯罪猖獗的地區,其當地的教堂已經陷入了困境。

  • disrepair.

    失修。

  • It hadn't been used for a long time when a crew started working there, but after a

    當一個工作人員開始在那裡工作時,它已經很久沒有被使用過了,但經過一個

  • few weeks it became clear that the goal wasn't to repair the dilapidated building.

    幾個星期後,我們清楚地看到,目標並不是修復破舊的建築。

  • In fact, by the time an investigation began, there was nothing left of the church but a

    事實上,當調查開始的時候,教堂已經什麼都不剩了,只剩下一個

  • few walls and the heavy foundation.

    少量的牆壁和沉重的地基。

  • Investigators believe the thieves likely pawned the raw materials and religious artifacts,

    調查人員認為,盜賊很可能將原材料和宗教文物典當了。

  • but if any of them are religious, the odds are they're looking nervously at the sky

    但如果他們中的任何一個人有宗教信仰,他們有可能會緊張地看著天空

  • every time they hear thunder.

    每當他們聽到雷聲的時候。

  • The business of building theft is growing - unfortunately for the owners.

    建築物盜竊的業務正在增長--對業主來說很不幸。

  • #9.

    #9.

  • A Cabin

    A 船艙

  • Chris Hemple owned a cabin by the lake, and was looking forward to returning to the Spokane

    克里斯-亨普爾(Chris Hemple)在湖邊擁有一間小屋,他期待著回到斯波坎(Spokane)。

  • getaway.

    逍遙遊。

  • But she was in for an unpleasant surprise in 2015 - someone had managed to cut away

    但在2015年,她遇到了一個令人不快的驚喜--有人設法切掉了她。

  • the entire building from the foundation and drive away with it.

    整個建築從地基開始,然後帶著它開走。

  • It was an impressive feat of theft - but getting away with something isn't the same as keeping

    這是一個令人印象深刻的盜竊壯舉--但是,逃脫一些東西並不等同於保持。

  • it.

    它。

  • Police combed the mountainous Washington area and located the cabin - on someone else's

    警方對華盛頓的山區進行了梳理,並找到了這個小屋--在別人的

  • property less than ten miles away.

    不到十英里的財產。

  • The crook was headed for jail, and the Hempel Hideaway was headed home.

    金光黨被送進了監獄,而亨普爾藏身處則被送回了家。

  • This next case was as interesting for what wasn't taken as for what was.

    下一個案例的有趣之處在於,沒有拍到的東西和拍到的東西一樣。

  • #8.

    #8.

  • A Garden Shed

    花園大棚

  • Maurice Byrne was taking care of his late mother's home in North Wales when he noticed

    莫里斯-伯恩在照顧他已故母親在北威爾士的家時注意到

  • something shocking - the garden shed was gone.

    令人震驚的事情是--花園的棚子不見了。

  • This wasn't a small building - it was six by eight feet, and witnesses said that several

    這不是一個小建築--它有六乘八英尺,目擊者說,有幾個

  • men managed to carry it out whole.

    人設法把它完整地搬出來。

  • But it wasn't as heavy as it could have been - the shed had been emptied of all its

    但它並沒有那麼重--棚子裡的所有東西都被清空了。

  • belongings, including tools, furniture, and even a valuable electric mower.

    財產,包括工具、傢俱,甚至是一個寶貴的電動割草機。

  • Whoever wanted the shed, they only wanted the shed, andpolitelyleft everything

    不管是誰想要這個棚子,他們只想要這個棚子,並 "禮貌地 "留下了所有東西。

  • behind - and left the sixty-four-year-old Welshman completely puzzled.

    在後面--讓這位六十四歲的威爾士人完全摸不著頭腦。

  • Up next, why go through the bother of robbing a train when you can literally rob a train?

    接下來,當你可以從字面上搶劫一列火車時,為什麼還要費盡心思去搶劫?

  • #7.

    #7.

  • A Train

    A火車

  • There have been plenty of train robberies before, but rarely was the actual train ever

    以前有很多火車劫案,但很少有真正的火車被劫。

  • taken.

    採取的措施。

  • But in Ukraine, a historic steam locomotive found itself going for a ride from its museum.

    但在烏克蘭,一輛歷史悠久的蒸汽機車發現自己要從博物館裡出去兜風了。

  • The train wasn't functional anymore, so police believe the thieves forged documents

    火車已經不能用了,所以警方認為竊賊偽造了文件

  • and used a crane to haul it away before hitching it to another train to its final destination

    並用吊車將其拖走,然後搭上另一列火車前往最終目的地。

  • - a scrap metal yard.

    - 一個廢舊金屬場。

  • It was an unfortunate end for the historic locomotive - it was found already in pieces

    對於這個歷史悠久的機車來說,這是一個不幸的結局--它被發現時已經支離破碎。

  • at the scrap yard, and the culprits have never been caught.

    在廢品收購站,肇事者從未被抓住。

  • Cabins, sheds, trainsthat's small time compared to the massive structure the next

    小木屋、大棚、火車......與接下來的大規模結構相比,這些都是小事一樁。

  • thieves stole.

    盜賊偷走了。

  • #6.

    #6.

  • Bridges - More Than Once!

    橋樑--不止一次!

  • The Covert's Crossing Bridge in rural Lawrence County wasn't used all that often, only

    位於勞倫斯縣農村的Covert's Crossing橋並不經常使用,只有

  • as a shortcut by some local businesses.

    作為一些當地企業的捷徑。

  • But it was still noticed pretty quickly when it suddenly went missing in 2011, leaving

    但當它在2011年突然失蹤時,還是很快被注意到了,留下了

  • a fifty-foot gap.

    一個50英尺的缺口。

  • It turned out that two local men, the Jones brothers, had used a blowtorch to break down

    事實證明,兩個當地人,即瓊斯兄弟,用噴燈來分解

  • the bridge and haul away the metal - worth an estimated $100,000.

    橋,並拖走金屬 - 價值估計為10萬美元。

  • But that amount of metal isn't easy to hide, and the two crooks were quickly found.

    但是這麼多的金屬並不容易隱藏,這兩個金光黨很快就被發現了。

  • Maybe they were fans of international news - seven years earlier in Ukraine, a thirty-six

    也許他們是國際新聞的粉絲--七年前在烏克蘭,一個36歲的

  • foot bridge was stolen and left several villages stranded on opposite sides of a river.

    一座腳踏橋被盜,導致幾個村莊滯留在河的兩岸。

  • This next heist was wildly valuable - but maybe not for the squeamish.

    下一次搶劫的價值很高--但也許不適合膽小的人。

  • #5.

    #5.

  • Tanks of Bull Semen

    公牛精液的罐子

  • In the cattle industry, few things are more prized than the, um, payload of genetically

    在養牛業中,很少有東西比轉基因的有效載荷更受重視。

  • ideal bulls.

    理想的公牛。

  • Bull semen can go for a lot of money, and one trucker in Turlock, California was transporting

    公牛精液可以賣到很多錢,加州特洛克的一個卡車司機正在運輸

  • tanks to a farm where it would be used for breeding purposes in 2016.

    罐子送到一個農場,在那裡它將在2016年被用於繁殖目的。

  • But along the way, three tanks and a transfer tank disappeared from the back of his truck

    但在這一路上,三個油箱和一個轉運油箱從他的卡車後面消失了。

  • - leading people to wonder - is there a bull semen black market?

    - 導致人們懷疑--是否存在公牛精液黑市?

  • If there is, the thieves should be careful - the cargo needs to be stored with liquid

    如果有的話,小偷應該小心--貨物需要用液體儲存。

  • nitrogen to keep it in peak condition, or they might wind up with tanks of useless goo.

    氮氣要保持在最佳狀態,否則他們可能會得到一罐無用的粘液。

  • And speaking of very personal heists

    而說到非常個人化的搶劫...

  • #4.

    #4.

  • Napoleon's Penis

    拿破崙的陰莖

  • When the infamous French emperor died in exile in 1821, the person performing his autopsy

    1821年,當這位臭名昭著的法國皇帝在流亡中去世時,對他進行屍檢的人

  • took a very unique souvenir.

    拿到了一個非常獨特的紀念品。

  • He apparently cut off the emperor's penis and passed it off to a Corsican priest.

    顯然,他切下了皇帝的陰莖,並把它傳給了一個科西嘉島的牧師。

  • Of course, body parts need to be preserved to be kept for a long time, and after a few

    當然,身體的部分需要保存,以便長期保存,經過幾

  • years the memento started to look more like a piece of oddly shaped beef jerky.

    多年來,這個紀念品開始看起來更像是一塊形狀古怪的牛肉乾。

  • But that didn't stop it from being passed around for several centuries, until it was

    但這並不妨礙它在幾個世紀中被傳來傳去,直到它被

  • bought by a urologist in 1977 and passed on to his daughter after his death.

    1977年由一位泌尿科醫生購買,並在他去世後傳給了他的女兒。

  • She's now the legal honor of a, um, piece of history, and has been offered over $100,000

    她現在是一段歷史的合法榮譽,並得到了超過100,000美元的報價。

  • for it.

    為它。

  • But it's not the most famous body part to be stolen.

    但這並不是被盜的最著名的身體部位。

  • #3.

    #3.

  • Einstein's Brain

    愛因斯坦的大腦

  • There's no question that Albert Einstein was one of the smartest men to ever live,

    毫無疑問,阿爾伯特-愛因斯坦是有史以來最聰明的人之一。

  • and after his death in 1955, scientists hoped to learn more about what made him tick.

    而在他於1955年去世後,科學家們希望能更多地瞭解是什麼讓他這樣做。

  • But one pathologist took that scientific curiosity a little too far.

    但是一位病理學家把這種科學好奇心看得有點過頭了。

  • Thomas Harvey, who was on call when Einstein died, believed it was better to ask forgiveness

    愛因斯坦去世時,托馬斯-哈維正在值班,他認為最好是請求寬恕

  • than permission and removed Einstein's brain from his body without the family's permission.

    比許可,並在未經家人許可的情況下將愛因斯坦的大腦從他的身體中取出。

  • He spent years examining the brain of a genius and found...no conclusive evidence of what

    他花了數年時間檢查一個天才的大腦,發現......沒有確鑿的證據說明什麼

  • made him a genius.

    使他成為一個天才。

  • Whatever the secrets of Einstein's brain were, he had taken them with him when he died.

    無論愛因斯坦大腦中的祕密是什麼,他死後都把它們帶走了。

  • The brain was eventually turned over to researchers after Harvey was exposed in 1978.

    1978年哈維被曝光後,大腦最終被移交給了研究人員。

  • This next thief pulled off a heist from one of the smartest places on earth - but he was

    下一個小偷從地球上最聰明的地方之一完成了一次搶劫--但他是

  • no genius.

    沒有天才。

  • #2.

    #2.

  • A NASA Rocket Engine

    美國國家航空航天局的一個火箭發動機

  • NASA's earliest rockets may be well past their flying days, but they're still a part

    美國宇航局最早的火箭可能已經過了飛行期,但它們仍然是一個部分。

  • of history.

    的歷史。

  • That makes them valuable for museums - and a tempting target for thieves.

    這使得它們對博物館很有價值--也是小偷的誘人目標。

  • When a Saturn RL-10 rocket engine went missing from NASA's base, the staff suspected an

    當一個土星RL-10火箭發動機從美國宇航局的基地失蹤時,工作人員懷疑有一個

  • internal theft but had no leads - until a listing for the engine appeared online.

    內部盜竊案,但沒有任何線索--直到網上出現了一個發動機的清單。

  • The thief was attempting to sell it on an online auction site, and was quickly caught.

    這名小偷試圖在一個在線拍賣網站上出售它,並很快被抓住。

  • A piece of history was rescued, and NASA believes the rocket engine could have been worth as

    一段歷史被搶救了出來,美國宇航局認為這臺火箭發動機的價值可以達到

  • much as $200,000.

    多達200,000美元。

  • But this next heist will make you ask...how?

    但接下來的這次搶劫會讓你問......怎麼做?

  • #1.

    #1.

  • A Whole Beach

    整個海灘