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24   sound signals 1
 
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Here are the sound signal rules to be followed by vessels in restricted visibility: A power-driven vessel underway must sound one prolonged blast every two minutes. A power-driven vessel underway but stopped and making no way through the water must sound two prolonged blasts every 2 minutes with an interval of about 2 seconds between them. A vessel not under command; a vessel restricted in her ability to maneuver, whether underway or at anchor; a vessel constrained by her draft; a sailing vessel; a vessel engaged in fishing, whether underway or at anchor; or a vessel engaged in towing or pushing another vessel must sound one prolonged blast plus two short blasts every two minutes. A vessel at anchor must ring the bell rapidly for 5 seconds every one minute. A vessel at anchor of 100 meters or more in length is required to ring the bell rapidly for 5 seconds every one minute, and immediately after the ringing of the bell to sound the gong for 5 seconds in the aft part of the vessel.
Manoeuvring and Warning Signals | Rule 34 | Sound Signals in Depth
 
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The international regulations for preventing collisions at sea require vessels to indicate their manoeuvres by sounding signals on their whistles. This video looks at rule 34 of the COLREGS. Rule 34 covers manoeuvring and warning signals. ------------------------------------------------------------------------ Rule 34: Manoeuvring and warning signals (a) When vessels are in sight of one another, a power-driven vessel underway, when manoeuvring as authorized or required by these Rules, shall indicate that manoeuvre by the following signals on her whistle: ▪ one short blast to mean “I am altering my course to starboard”; ▪ two short blasts to mean “I am altering my course to port”; ▪ three short blasts to mean “I am operating astern propulsion”. (b) Any vessel may supplement the whistle signals prescribed in paragraph (a) of this Rule by light signals, repeated as appropriate, whilst the manoeuvre is being carried out: i. these light signals shall have the following significance ▪ one flash to mean “I am altering my course to starboard”; ▪ two flashes to mean “I am altering my course to port”; ▪ three flashes to mean “I am operating astern propulsion”; ii. the duration of each flash shall be about one second, the interval between flashes shall be about one second, and the interval between successive signals shall be not less than ten seconds; iii. the light used for this signal shall, if fitted, be an all-round white light, visible at a minimum range of 5 miles, and shall comply with the provisions of Annex I to these Regulations. (c) When in sight of one another in a narrow channel or fairway: i. a vessel intending to overtake another shall in compliance with Rule 9(e)(i) indicate her intention by the following signals on her whistle: ▪ two prolonged blasts followed by one short blast to mean “I intend to overtake you on your starboard side”; ▪ two prolonged blasts followed by two short blasts to mean “I intend to overtake you on your port side”. ii. the vessel about to be overtaken when acting in accordance with Rule 9(e)(i) shall indicate her agreement by the following signal on her whistle: ▪ one prolonged, one short, one prolonged and one short blast, in that order. (d) When vessels in sight of one another are approaching each other and from any cause either vessel fails to understand the intentions or actions of the other, or is in doubt whether sufficient action is being taken by the other to avoid collision, the vessel in doubt shall immediately indicate such doubt by giving at least five short and rapid blasts on the whistle. Such signal may be supplemented by a light signal of at least five short and rapid flashes. (e) A vessel nearing a bend or an area of a channel or fairway where other vessels may be obscured by an intervening obstruction shall sound one prolonged blast. Such signal shall be answered with a prolonged blast by any approaching vessel that may be within hearing around the bend or behind the intervening obstruction. (f) If whistles are fitted on a vessel at a distance apart of more than 100 metres, one whistle only shall be used for giving manoeuvring and warning signals. (Text of Rule 34 of the International Regulations for Preventing Collisions at Sea, the COLREGS) -------EQUIPMENT I USE TO MAKE VIDEOS------ VSDC Pro Video Editor https://bit.ly/2kE5v8j Microphone: Samson Go Mic (GB) https://amzn.to/2rXaDHM (US) https://amzn.to/2k7HLsT Mic Stand: Desktop Stand (GB) https://amzn.to/2rXVzto (US) https://amzn.to/2Leed9r Computer: Dell Inspiron 7000 Gaming (GB) https://amzn.to/2k8TVBL (US) https://amzn.to/2GAUugM -------------------------DISCLOSURE-------------------------- This description contains affiliate links. These are links that allow me to earn a small commission on the purchases you make. This lets you support the channel at no additional cost to yourself. I will only link to products that I have purchased myself or would be happy to spend my own money on. -------------------------DISCLAIMER-------------------------- All content on this channel is provided for entertainment purposes only. Although every effort has been made to ensure the content is accurate and up to date, it remains the responsibility of the viewer to determine its accuracy and validity. The content should never be used to substitute professional advice or education.
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COLREG Lights, Shapes and Sound Signals
 
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The learning objective of this section is to get acquainted with the different lights, shapes and sound signals that may be used by different types of vessels Lights and shapes Visibility of lights Lights displayed by power-driven vessels underway Lights for vessels towing and pushing Lights for sailing and rowing vessels Lights for fishing vessels Lights for vessels not under command or restricted in their ability to manoeuvre Lights for vessels constrained by their draught Lights for pilot vessels Lights for vessels anchored and aground Lights for seaplanes Definitions of whistle Equipment Manoeuvring and warning signals, using whistle or lights Sound signals to be used in restricted visibility Signals to be used to attract attention Distress signals Annexes ANNEX I – Positioning and technical details of lights and shapes ANNEX II – Additional signals for fishing vessels fishing in close proximity ANNEX III – Technical details of sound signal appliances ANNEX IV – Distress signals COLREG Rule 34 Warning Signals for Vessels In Sight Of Each Other https://youtu.be/dQ1VkgDt1x4 COLREG Rule 34 Signals When In Sight In A Narrow Channel https://youtu.be/8lOk46HFHe4 COLREG Rule 31 Seaplanes And WIG Craft https://youtu.be/7E5v1nSNmDk COLREG Rule 29 & Rule 35 Pilot Vessels On Duty https://youtu.be/HzVKJ9051dM COLREG Rule 27 Vessel Engaged In Mine Clearing Operations https://youtu.be/1G23KnMi66Y COLREG Rule 27 Vessel Engaged In Dredging OR Underwater Operations https://youtu.be/Gfry8xTJiuE COLREG Rule 27 & Rule 35 Vessel Restricted, But Not Mine Clearin https://youtu.be/OJpSE0cbB48 COLREG Rule 27 & Rule 35 Vessel Not Under Command https://youtu.be/8JflJu0Rd1k COLREG Rule 26 & Rule 35 Fishing Vessel Engaged In Trawling https://youtu.be/KEdFc53Czec COLREG Rule 26 & Rule 35 Fishing Vessel Engaged In Fishing Other Than Trawling https://youtu.be/n3PqV9rX7QA COLREG Rule 25 & Rule 35 Sailing Vessels and Vessels Under Oars https://youtu.be/z9rgrVvodZs COLREG Rule 24 Vessel Puching Ahead Or Rowing Other Vessels Alongside https://youtu.be/C1KE9IbQky8 COLREG Rule 24, Rule 27 And Rule 35 A Vessel Engaged In Towing https://youtu.be/kH1ZSgVhvdE COLREG Rule 23 & Rule 35 Power Driven Vessels https://youtu.be/0Jzo3AxowJU COLREG Rule 24 & Rule 35 A Vessel Being Towed https://youtu.be/jFSNvRtP3Ds COLREG Rule 21 & Annex 1 Light And Shapes https://youtu.be/m1Gmh2bJe9w COLREG Rule 20 & 32 Light And Shapes Signals https://youtu.be/P_WAz9cEYKo COLREG Rule 30 And Rule 35 A Vessel At Anchor https://youtu.be/DQz-TvHHobU COLREG Rule 30 A Vessel Aground https://youtu.be/v4FQt2NF6uk Don't Forget to subscribe US Like Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MarineOnlineYoutube Follow Twitter: https://twitter.com/MarineOnlineYou Follow Google+ https://plus.google.com/107450234425940445683
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Sound Signals in Restricted Visibility | Rule 35
 
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Rule 35 details sound signals that vessels need to sound when in or near an area of restricted visibility. ------------------------------------------------------------------------ Rule 35: Sound signals in restricted visibility In or near an area of restricted visibility, whether by day or night, the signals prescribed in this Rule shall be used as follows: (a) A power-driven vessel making way through the water shall sound at intervals of not more than 2 minutes one prolonged blast. (b) A power-driven vessel underway but stopped and making no way through the water shall sound at intervals of not more than 2 minutes two prolonged blasts in succession with an interval of about 2 seconds between them. (c) A vessel not under command, a vessel restricted in her ability to manoeuvre, a vessel constrained by her draught, a sailing vessel, a vessel engaged in fishing and a vessel engaged in towing or pushing another vessel shall, instead of the signals prescribed in paragraphs (a) or (b) of this Rule, sound at intervals of not more than 2 minutes three blasts in succession, namely one prolonged followed by two short blasts. (d) A vessel engaged in fishing, when at anchor, and a vessel restricted in her ability to manoeuvre when carrying out her work at anchor, shall instead of the signals prescribed in paragraph (g) of this Rule sound the signal prescribed in paragraph (c) of this Rule. (e) A vessel towed or if more than one vessel is towed the last vessel of the tow, if manned, shall at intervals of not more than 2 minutes sound four blasts in succession, namely one prolonged followed by three short blasts. When practicable, this signal shall be made immediately after the signal made by the towing vessel. (f) When a pushing vessel and a vessel being pushed ahead are rigidly connected in a composite unit they shall be regarded as a power-driven vessel and shall give the signals prescribed in paragraphs (a) or (b) of this Rule. (g) A vessel at anchor shall at intervals of not more than one minute ring the bell rapidly for about 5 seconds. In a vessel of 100 metres or more in length the bell shall be sounded in the forepart of the vessel and immediately after the ringing of the bell the gong shall be sounded rapidly for about 5 seconds in the after part of the vessel. A vessel at anchor may in addition sound three blasts in succession, namely one short, one prolonged and one short blast, to give warning of her position and of the possibility of collision to an approaching vessel. (h) A vessel aground shall give the bell signal and if required the gong signal prescribed in paragraph (g) of this Rule and shall, in addition, give three separate and distinct strokes on the bell immediately before and after the rapid ringing of the bell. A vessel aground may in addition sound an appropriate whistle signal. (i) A vessel of 12 metres or more but less than 20 metres in length shall not be obliged to give the bell signals prescribed in paragraphs (g) and (h) of this Rule. However, if she does not, she shall make some other efficient sound signal at intervals of not more than 2 minutes. (j) A vessel of less than 12 metres in length shall not be obliged to give the above-mentioned signals but, if she does not, shall make some other efficient sound signal at intervals of not more than 2 minutes. (k) A pilot vessel when engaged on pilotage duty may in addition to the signals prescribed in paragraphs (a),(b) or (g) of this Rule sound an identity signal consisting of four short blasts. (Text of Rule 35 of the COLREGS, the International Regulations for Preventing Collisions at Sea) -------EQUIPMENT I USE TO MAKE VIDEOS------ VSDC Pro Video Editor https://bit.ly/2kE5v8j Microphone: Samson Go Mic (GB) https://amzn.to/2rXaDHM (US) https://amzn.to/2k7HLsT Mic Stand: Desktop Stand (GB) https://amzn.to/2rXVzto (US) https://amzn.to/2Leed9r Computer: Dell Inspiron 7000 Gaming (GB) https://amzn.to/2k8TVBL (US) https://amzn.to/2GAUugM -------------------------DISCLOSURE-------------------------- This description contains affiliate links. These are links that allow me to earn a small commission on the purchases you make. This lets you support the channel at no additional cost to yourself. I will only link to products that I have purchased myself or would be happy to spend my own money on. -------------------------DISCLAIMER-------------------------- All content on this channel is provided for entertainment purposes only. Although every effort has been made to ensure the content is accurate and up to date, it remains the responsibility of the viewer to determine its accuracy and validity. The content should never be used to substitute professional advice or education.
Views: 14869 Casual Navigation
Lights and Shapes Regulations
 
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Lights and Shapes Regulations Don't Forget to Subscribe Us Like Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MarineOnlineYoutube Follow Twitter: https://twitter.com/MarineOnlineYou Follow Google+ https://plus.google.com/107450234425940445683 Website: https://marineonlineyou.blogspot.com/
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Vessel Lights - Self Testing
 
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More tools on http://allships.com.au Vessel lights self-testing video slides for helping you to prepare for coxswain/master exams and orals. Just guess the object and wait for answer.
Views: 74532 Femaso
RADIO NAVIGATION NO SOUND VOLUME FIX!!!
 
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Views: 395195 George Melnik
Why do capacitors sound different?
 
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When audio signals pass through a capacitor they sound different depending on which kind of capacitor is in use. Why? And, for that matter, what is a capacitor and how does it work? Have a question you'd like Paul to answer for you? Go to http://www.psaudio.com/ask-paul/ and post it.
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New 2019 - RYA Day Skipper:  Day Shapes &  Sound Signals - Test
 
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This video clip is for RYA Day Skippers & Yachtmasters to test their knowledge of some of the Day Shapes and Sounds signals. We are an RYA Training Centre in Scotland, for more information please email: [email protected] Thank you for watching
25   sound signals 2
 
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A vessel at anchor may in addition to the bell and/or gong, sound one short, one prolonged and one short blast to give warning of her position, and of the possibility of collision, to an approaching vessel. A vessel aground must ring the bell, and if required, sound the gong, and in addition, must ring three separate and distinct strokes on the bell immediately before and after the rapid ringing of the bell. A vessel of less than 12 meters in length is not obliged to give the previously described signals, but if she does not, shall make some other efficient sound signal at intervals of not more than 2 minutes. A pilot vessel when engaged on pilotage duty shall, in addition to the signals prescribed for power-driven vessels, sound an identity signal consisting of four short blasts.
Alarms tones on Ship [Ship Alarm With Sound Effect] #Shipalarm #Abandonship #Manoverboard
 
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#Shipalarm #Abandonshipalarm #Generalalarm **Please Keep the Volume low if using headphones! ** This video explains different types of alarms which are used in an emergency situation onboard ship such as - General emergency alarm, Fire Alarm, Man Overboard alarm, Abandon ship alarm, CO2 Alarm etc. Emergency signals or alarms on a ship are installed all over the vessel’s various systems and machinery to notify the crew about a dangerous situation that can arise due to different types of emergencies on board ship. Emergency alarms are of audible as well as visual type to ensure that a person can at least listen to the audible alarm when working in an area where seeing a visual alarm is not possible and vice versa. It is a standard practice in the international maritime industry to have an emergency alarm on the ship for a particular warning which is similar for all seagoing vessels, no matter in which seas they are sailing or to which company they belong to.
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COLREGS In Depth | Rule 9: Narrow Channels
 
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An "in depth" look at Rule 9 of the International Regulations for Preventing Collisions at Sea, the COLREGS. The COLREGS are the rules of the road that vessels must obey at sea to avoid collisions. Rule 9 covers "Narrow Channels". In this video I go into detail about the rule and give examples of how to apply the rule at sea. ------------------------------------------------------------------------ Rule 9: Narrow channels (a) A vessel proceeding along the course of a narrow channel or fairway shall keep as near to the outer limit of the channel or fairway which lies on her starboard side as is safe and practicable. (b) A vessel of less than 20 metres in length or a sailing vessel shall not impede the passage of a vessel which can safely navigate only within a narrow channel or fairway. (c) A vessel engaged in fishing shall not impede the passage of any other vessel navigating within a narrow channel or fairway. (d) A vessel shall not cross a narrow channel or fairway if such crossing impedes the passage of a vessel which can safely navigate only within such channel or fairway. The latter vessel may use the sound signal prescribed in Rule 34(d) if in doubt as to the intention of the crossing vessel. (e) i. In a narrow channel or fairway when overtaking can take place only if the vessel to be overtaken has to take action to permit safe passing, the vessel intending to overtake shall indicate her intention by sounding the appropriate signal prescribed in Rule 34(c)(i). The vessel to be overtaken shall, if in agreement, sound the appropriate signal prescribed in Rule 34(c)(ii) and take steps to permit safe passing. If in doubt she may sound the signals prescribed in Rule 34(d). ii. This Rule does not relieve the overtaking vessel of her obligation under Rule 13. (f) A vessel nearing a bend or an area of a narrow channel or fairway where other vessels may be obscured by an intervening obstruction shall navigate with particular alertness and caution and shall sound the appropriate signal prescribed in Rule 34(e). (g) Any vessel shall, if the circumstances of the case admit, avoid anchoring in a narrow channel. (copy of the text of rule 9 of the colregs rules of the road) -------EQUIPMENT I USE TO MAKE VIDEOS------ Microphone: Samson Go Mic (GB) https://amzn.to/2rXaDHM (US) https://amzn.to/2k7HLsT Mic Stand: Desktop Stand (GB) https://amzn.to/2rXVzto (US) https://amzn.to/2Leed9r Computer: Dell Inspiron 7000 Gaming (GB) https://amzn.to/2k8TVBL (US) https://amzn.to/2GAUugM -------------------------DISCLOSURE-------------------------- This description contains affiliate links. These are links that allow me to earn a small commission on the purchases you make. This lets you support the channel at no additional cost to yourself. I will only link to products that I have purchased myself or would be happy to spend my own money on. -------------------------DISCLAIMER-------------------------- All content on this channel is provided for entertainment purposes only. Although every effort has been made to ensure the content is accurate and up to date, it remains the responsibility of the viewer to determine its accuracy and validity. The content should never be used to substitute professional advice or education.
Views: 25336 Casual Navigation
Pulsar music
 
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Pulsar music based on the data obtained from the Spectr-R space telescope and the Radioastron project. Pulsar is a rapidly rotating ultra high-density neutron star left over from a supernova explosion. Pulsar signals could be used as time references and navigation for satellites. By converting the frequency of pulsar signals into sound waves, you can compose music. Spectr-R is a space observatory launched in 2011. It was in orbit for 8 years, surpassing its warranty period by more than 2.5 times. The Radioastron project made a great contribution to the research of pulsars.
Disable Kodi Navigation Sounds
 
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In this video, I'll how you how to disable the navigation sounds on Kodi. Our new website: https://sites.google.com/site/techgodtv/ **More Kodi/XBMC Videos on our channel** **The comments below are a good resource for information.**
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Aircrew secret "sign" language - Explained!
 
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Thanks to my sponsor: https://brilliant.org/mentourpilot/ What are those "Dings" and "Dongs" that you can hear in the aircraft cabin from time to time during flight? Are they completely random or do they actually have a deeper meaning? In this episode I will give you BOTH the technical description and the deeper meaning behind SOME of the signals you might hear. As always I would love if you would send in your questions regarding this in the comments and make sure to Subscribe AND highlight the notification bell. To ask me questions directly, download my FREE mobile app! 👇🏻 📲IOS: https://appstore.com/mentouraviation 📲Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.teamta.mentouraviation To join my Patreon crew: https://www.patreon.com/mentourpilot My instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mentour_pilot
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When And How To Sound Off 5.2.2
 
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When two power-driven vessels encounter each other within one mile, sound signals must be used. The initiating vessel indicates a maneuver, and the responding vessel agrees or disagrees.
Views: 19703 BOATERexam.com
Listen To These INCREDIBLE Sounds Recorded In Space! (Part 2)
 
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Check out the most mysterious sounds from space! This top 10 list of bizarre and unexplained noises from outer space recorded by nasa sound like weird alien sounds! Subscribe For New Videos! http://goo.gl/UIzLeB Watch our "STRANGEST Planets In Space!" video here: https://youtu.be/tfbrW3Hcd7U Watch our "Places Google Earth Is HIDING From You!" video here: https://youtu.be/sJ_w4qJ06LE Watch our "MYSTERIOUS Objects In The Sky!" video here: https://youtu.be/kV0eO2X155w 7.) Sound of Pluto In July 2015, the New Horizons spacecraft transmitted numerous images and other data from Pluto and its moons.When it launched in 2006, Pluto was still a planet, but a few months later it was downgraded to a dwarf planet and is now officially known as “asteroid number 134340”. From the detailed images it looks like Pluto's’ surface is covered with light and dark patterns suggesting glaciers like on Earth. It has a hazy blue layer which might be a similar haze to that of Saturn’s moon, Titan. It sometimes has an atmosphere, when it’s elliptical orbit takes it closer to the sun and its surface thaws. There is also a bright spot on Pluto’s surface that has been informally named the “heart” which measures 1600 km across. Pluto is one-third water, which is more than 3 times as much water as in all the Earth’s oceans. The other two-thirds is rock. The data from charged particles, magnetic fields, and low frequency radio emissions was captured by New Horizons and converted into sound waves that we could all hear. The New Horizons spacecraft was powered down as it travelled through the Kuiper Belt and was woken up on September 11, 2017 for its 16 month journey to MU69, an ancient object thought to be one of the early building blocks of the solar system. Like Earth, there are several different sounds for Pluto that are mixed into one audio. Some people actually describe sounds like crying, which might be because Pluto is known as being lonely. (Since it used to be the loneliest planet, and now it’s not even that which probably makes it even more depressed!) When you listen to the audio, you might feel Pluto creates a good melody with a mix of whistling, vibrations, and maybe the sound you might hear when you pick up a shell and listen to it. Pluto tends to give off a high noise frequency during most of the audio, which gives it the sense of a musical instrument, but it might be a bit eerie. 6.) Music of the Stars Recently, due to stellar seismology, astronomers have been able to give us audio on the sounds of the stars. There are several different sounds of stars, and the bigger they are the louder they tend to sound. One such star that has been recorded is nicknamed Gemma by researchers at the University of Birmingham, more officially known as the KIC 11026764, my favorite name! This star tends to give off the sound of flickering, which many feel makes sense because of how the stars tend to flicker in the night sky. The data collected over a month was filtered to remove noise outside of the range of the star’s strongest “tones”. Gemma is approximately 534 lightyears away but it is still part of our galaxy. Fun fact: Gemma is 1 billion years older than our own sun. Since it is larger, Gemma resonates with a deep sound like a cello more than a violin. Thanks to the Kepler telescope, scientists can now analyse the way that stars vibrate which causes them to shrink and grow in size, temperature, and brightness. The vibrations also carry a low-pitched sound which scientists have sped up 1 million times to bring the oscillations within the range of human hearing. 5.) Sound of Mars The sound of Mars is unlike any other sound of a planet or star. If you listen closely, you can hear what sound like metal, almost like metal scraping against something or someone waving a piece of metal like a fan. However, you may also describe this sound as banging or pounding on something. Some people, who are fans of the movie or game Silent Hill, feel the sounds of Mars would be great for the soundtrack! This might be due to the whistling of what sounds like creepy wind. The screeching sounds in the beginning are also a bit unsettling. Reportedly, the weather on Mars consists of sandstorms, winds, and dust devils which reflects in the sounds we hear. These sounds were captured by the Mars Opportunity Rover which remains active as of 2017, and has already exceeded its operating plan by almost 14 years! Sadly, Opportunity started suffering from amnesia and was failing to write data properly. Origins Explained is the place to be to find all the answers to your questions, from mysterious events and unsolved mysteries to everything there is to know about the world and its amazing animals!
Views: 858387 Origins Explained
How does an ILS work? Explained by CAPTAIN JOE
 
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Build your own website for 10% off with Squarespace at http://squarespace.com/captainjoe INSTAGRAM FLYWITHCAPTAINJOE: https://goo.gl/TToDlg MY WEBSITE: https://goo.gl/KGTSWK ►STAY INFORMED: https://goo.gl/ByheuP ◄ NEW FACEBOOK PAGE: https://goo.gl/heUKGb ————————————————————————————————— ▼▼My FLIGHT-KIT I highly recommend for you guys▼▼ MY HEADSET: https://amzn.to/2CrTrzz MY SUNGLASSES: https://amzn.to/2VY6FNo MY PILOT BAG: https://amzn.to/2DiWKux Company iPad: https://amzn.to/2W1zM2n ▼▼The VIDEO EQUIPMENT I use in my studio and outdoors▼▼ MY CAMERA: https://amzn.to/2T1VK3g LIGHTING: https://amzn.to/2szSRv4 IN-FLIGHT RECORDINGS: https://amzn.to/2VY7A0g —————————————————————————————————— Dear friends and followers, today´s video is a very important topic, which I had to split up into three separate videos to cover the entire topic. How does an ILS work? One of the most ask question regarding how an airplane flies towards the runway without any visual aids. So the Instrument landing system is a ground based radio navigation system giving pilots a lateral and vertical guidance towards the runway as they are in approach in IMC (Instrument Metrological Conditions). To fly an ILS approach, the aircraft has to be fitted with an adequate ILS receiver to display and converted the picked up signals on the cockpit instruments. Besides that, you need the necessary ILS approach chart with important data like ILS frequency and identifer code, ILS inbound course and glideslope angle, given minimum descent altitudes or heights depending on the ILS category, and last but not least the go arround procedure. The so called localizer is an antenna array normally located beyond the end of the runway and generally is built up of several pairs of directional antennas. They send out radio signals in the horizontal axis of the runway.(This is very often mistaken, as many airports have to Localizer antennas, for either direction of the runway. So this plane right here is not flying in regards to this antenna right here, but to the antenna at the far end of the runway it´s landing on) Also important to know, at the same time the localizer transmits the so called ILS facility identification code. What is that good for? Because the frequency range for the ILS is fairly small, you could pick up the wrong ILS frequency of a nearby airport. Therefor each ILS sends out it´s own morse code, for example the ILS identifaction code for John F.Kennedy airport runway 04Right is IJFK, which will be displayed in our ILS receiver instrument or you have to actually listen to the morse code and compare it to the one on your ILS approach chart. Please comment below what type of plane you´re flying if you still have to self tune the ILS frequency and listen to the morse code. But see more within the video! Thank you very much for your time, wishing you all the best your "Captain" Joe BIG THANK YOU TO Robert Bremmer for supporting my channel with his short animation about the ILS and Marker beacons. Please check out his channel at: https://www.youtube.com/user/trustyetverify and the CLOUDSCHOOL playlist - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLFPmhQY0Q851_cbvHU9I2d3zn-2loW1VS Outro Song: Joakim Karud & Dyalla - Wish you were here https://goo.gl/kJ9pef ALL COPYRIGHTS TO THIS VIDEO ARE OWNED BY FLYWITHCAPTAINJOE.COM ANY COPYING OR ILLEGALLY DOWNLOADING AND PUBLISHING ON OTHER PLATFORMS WILL FOLLOW LEGAL CONSEQUENCES
Views: 690546 Captain Joe
Bell buoy, Gong buoy, Whistle buoy and klingons
 
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How to identify a bell buoy, gong buoy and whistle buoy by sound, plus other useful navigation marks. Clingons is what we affectionally call those pesky floats with lines that get stuck in the protruding bits on the hull, and they are not unique to Maine. They often appear on the starboard bow. Pmci is an attempt to make them seem useful to sailors in Maine, where they are particularily abundant and where the currents are considerable.
Views: 64659 syfirelfy
Sound Signal:  Power-Driven Altering Course to Port
 
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Video animation to show the use of a sound signal – two short blasts – to indicate that a power-driven vessel is altering course to port. This is a much less common manoeuvre used by a give-way vessel when a vessel is crossing from the starboard. It is much more common for the give-way vessel to alter course to starboard. Note that the sound signal is required when vessels are in sight of one another. Full details: http://sailskills.co.uk/colregs/Sailskills_signals_manoeuvre-warn_alter_and_astern.html
Views: 324 P J
Georgia Spiropoulos "Geografia Sonora" @ ZKM 2015
 
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"Geografia Sonora" is a sound and video installation on the theme of the sea. An imaginary sound "constellation", a "chorus" of voices, sound signals, as well as natural and mechanical sounds from countries bordering the Mediterranean. The sound space is organized as an archipelago of "sound islands". The navigation between the "sound islands" and the movement of sound in space is organized in real-time by a "sound navigation map", a computer program within the environment Max/Msp - Jitter - Spatialisateur. The sounds of the installation are collected by me and my "informants" in their respective countries or are found in archives. Sound and video : Georgia Spiropoulos Programming : José Miguel Fernandez, Georgia Spiropoulos. Sea video shooting : Irini Zevgoli. Studios : La Muse en Circuit Commissioned by Evelyne Artaud for "Marseille-Provence 2013, Capitale Européenne de la Culture" - Exposition "Cadavre exquis". Musée Granet - Aix-en-Provence, France 2013 jan 11 - april 13 - Athens Festival 2013 • juin 1 - july 17 - ZKM - HfG inSonic 2015, Karlsruhe, Germany More at http://www.georgiaspiropoulos.com/programnotes/geografia-sonora.html
Views: 566 Georgia Spiropoulos
Compositor v3 - Hypervisor Deep Translation
 
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Very deep and intriguing sounds with Compositor v3 - Hypervisor Radio Shack. 16954 meters waves full of radio translations. Russian Navigation system Alpha beacon signal sound in conjunction with Morse code translation of an undefined source at XXX omega. Dedicated to Submariner Day in Russia 19th March 2017. http://en.compositorsoftware.com/compositor-v3-hypervisor-radio-shack/
Views: 112 Ruslan Yusipov
Sound Signals - Boat Safety in NZ - Maritime New Zealand
 
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This video emphasizes the importance of and requirements for sound and visual distress signals on boats. Pyrotechnic and non-pyrotechnic devices are examples of day and nighttime visual distress signals.
Views: 5232 boatsafetyinnz
Aviation Animation - Flying an ILS approach - How The ILS system works in flight
 
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Teaching someone how to fly an ILS approach takes time. There is a lot of complexity. In this animation the components of the ILS are described and shown, both on the ground and in the airplane. The animation also shows how the instruments respond to both random oscillations and course drift during the approach, as the instruments provide indications to guide the pilot back on course. This animation follows the aircraft through the audible marker beacons to touchdown all the while showing proper indications on the instrument face. A moving map shows the relationship of the aircraft to the ground-based components in plan and profile view as the airplane approaches the runway threshold. AFTER you watch this animation, go to this real world cockpit view flying an instrument approach through snow into Aspen. GREAT visuals out the front windscreen! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B3i_MqqYSjg ~
Views: 334065 Robert Bremmer
2000-2002 Mercedes S500/S430 No Sound Fix - Fiber Optics Splicing
 
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Should you suddenly lose your command system sound (radio, tape, cd, navigation, phone), you may have one of two issues: 1) either you have a bad 20amp amplifier fuse located in trunk, or 2) your Fiber Optics (orange cable) signal is disrupted between the Command System in the Center Console and the units in the trunk. This is a very easy fix that only should take less than an hour and $4 to fix.
Views: 39119 Masood
Restricted Visibility Sound Signals - Self Testing
 
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More tools on http://allships.com.au Fog Signals self-testing video slides for helping you to prepare for coxswain/master exams and orals. Just guess the object and wait for answer.
Views: 12457 Femaso
Georgia Spiropoulos "Geografia Sonora"
 
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"Geografia Sonora" is a sound and video installation on the theme of the sea. An imaginary sound "constellation", a "chorus" of voices, sound signals, as well as natural and mechanical sounds from countries bordering the Mediterranean. The sound space is organized as an archipelago of "sound islands". The navigation between the "sound islands" and the movement of sound in space is organized in real-time by a "sound navigation map", a computer program within the environment Max/Msp - Jitter - Spatialisateur. The sounds of the installation are collected by me and my "informants" in their respective countries or are found in archives. Sound and video : Georgia Spiropoulos Programming : José Miguel Fernandez, Georgia Spiropoulos. Sea video shooting : Irini Zevgoli. Studios : La Muse en Circuit Commissioned by Evelyne Artaud for "Marseille-Provence 2013, Capitale Européenne de la Culture" - Exposition "Cadavre exquis". Musée Granet - Aix-en-Provence, France 2013 jan 11 - april 13 - Athens Festival 2013 • juin 1 - july 17 - ZKM - HfG,- inSonic 2015, Karlsruhe, Germany More at http://www.georgiaspiropoulos.com/programnotes/geografia-sonora.html
Views: 461 Georgia Spiropoulos
Welcome to The Sound Signals
 
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Twitter: @AlexDemoted Spotify: AlexDemoted Playstation Network!!!: AlexDemoted
Views: 109 TheSoundSignals
Metal Detecting Soft Signals with the Minelab GPZ 7000 and Finding Deeper Gold
 
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Metal Detecting Soft Signals with the Minelab GPZ 7000 I often get asked "what do you listen for when detecting with the MINELAB GPZ 7000". I tell people that when I detect, I'm not listening for loud targets, but rather the hard to hear SOFT and sometimes VERY SUBTLE signals. In my experience with the MINELAB GPZ 7000 the soft targets, more often than not, turn out to be GOLD. In this video, I wanted to answer that question, and when I found this target, it was a TEXTBOOK example of just how subtle GPZ signals can be, so I wanted to capture it to demonstrate exactly what I'm listening for. I'll dig a target noise like this one any day over a loud one. I hope this video does it justice enough to answer the question. Enjoy, Like, Share and Subcribe. Regards Aussie. Soundtrack - "Dirt Road Traveler" by Audionautix, Courtesy of the YouTube Audio Library. This Channel features topics such as: Gold Prospecting, Gold Prospecting Australia, How to get Gold, Gold Panning Australia, How to find Gold in Australia, Australian Gold, Gold Nuggets, Alluvial Gold Prospecting Techniques, Metal Detecting, Gemstones, Gem Fossicking, Mapping, Navigation, Gold Research, 4WDing and more. WATCH MORE: Watch My Playlists https://www.youtube.com/user/TheMullocky/playlists CONNECT: Join My Facebook Group https://www.facebook.com/groups/AussieBlokeProspector/ Contact Me http://www.eurekaprospecting.com.au/76/contact-us MY BUSINESS - EUREKA PROSPECTING AUSTRALIA Go to My Website http://www.eurekaprospecting.com.au/ Get Private Tuition http://www.eurekaprospecting.com.au/115/prospecting-and-fossicking-tuition View My Products http://www.eurekaprospecting.com.au/42/products SUPPORT MY CHANNEL: Help fund My Video creation https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=A5KE45EUKVCWS&source=url
Sound Signal:  View Obstructed in Narrow Channel or Fairway
 
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Video animation to show the use of a sound signal by a vessel in a narrow channel or fairway approaching a bend where other vessels may be obscured. The signal is answered by another vessel. Full details: http://sailskills.co.uk/colregs/Sailskills_signals_manoeuvre-warn_view_obscured.html
Views: 394 P J
Rules of the Road Review
 
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This video gives a review of the Rules of the Road International and Inland for captain license candidates. It covers Rule 1 through 37 in detail. Rules of the Road make up one module of the captains license course. The captains license course is offered by US Captains Training online and in a classroom. The master captains license course is USCG approved.
Views: 242296 US Captains Training
Racist Radio | Rudy Mancuso, Lele Pons, Anwar Jibawi & King Bach
 
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WATCH MORE ▶ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a_Jh7WwqdQ0&t=8s&index=1&list=PLEKh8p2zZRX8n_b_7iYZbvyT5qLXc2QE7 SUBSCRIBE HERE ► https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5jkXpfnBhlDjqh0ir5FsIQ?sub_confirmation=1 THANKS FOR WATCHING! LIKE & SUBSCRIBE FOR MORE VIDEOS! ----------------------------------------------------------- FIND ME ON: Instagram | http://instagram.com/rudymancuso Twitter | http://twitter.com/rudymancuso Facebook | http://facebook.com/rudymancuso CAST: Rudy Mancuso | http://youtube.com/c/rudymancuso Lele Pons | http://youtube.com/c/lelepons Anwar Jibawi | http://youtube.com/c/anwar King Bach | https://youtube.com/user/BachelorsPadTv Alex Gomez | http://instagram.com/gomez FOLLOW THE SHOTS FAMILY ▶ http://instagram.com/shots Shots Studios Channels: Alesso | http://youtube.com/c/alesso Anwar Jibawi | http://youtube.com/c/anwar Awkward Puppets | http://youtube.com/c/awkwardpuppets Delaney Glazer | http://youtube.com/c/deeglazer Hannah Stocking | http://youtube.com/c/hannahstocking Juanpa Zurita | http://youtube.com/c/juanpa Lele Pons | http://youtube.com/c/lelepons Rudy Mancuso | http://youtube.com/c/rudymancuso Shots Studios | http://youtube.com/c/shots Verticals | http://youtube.com/c/verticals #RudyMancuso #LelePons #AnwarJibawi #KingBach
Views: 38316333 Rudy Mancuso
Signal Mate on Boat safety during restricted visibility
 
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Boat safety during restricted visibility. Automated Sound & Light Controllers. Please visit www.Signalmate.com for more product information.
Views: 357 Signal Mate
GMC Acadia : Diagnose Radio Volume Stuck On HIGH - Part I
 
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Well this is an odd one, no key in buzzer, no door dinger, but the radio and speakers work!? AND THE ARE LOUD! This 2009 GMC Acadia has the radio stuck on full blast! Lets have a look and see what the heck is going on here... Wanna see another radio related video? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FYXHYzI8sD0 Want an SMA STICKER!?! Simply send and E-mail to [email protected] including: your shipping address and e-mail address in the text, I in turn will send you a paypal invoice for $5 each USA or $6 each international. Let me know how many you want and as soon as the paypal invoice is paid I will ship them out ASAP! Thanks for your support of our channel!! --Eric & Vanessa O. Feel like sending some swag to SMA because you love the videos but don't know where to send it? Just ship it here: South Main Auto Repair 47 S. Main St PO Box 471 Avoca, NY 14809 Disclaimer: Due to factors beyond the control of South Main Auto Repair, it cannot guarantee against unauthorized modifications of this information, or improper use of this information. South Main Auto Repair assumes no liability for property damage or injury incurred as a result of any of the information contained in this video. South Main Auto Repair recommends safe practices when working with power tools, automotive lifts, lifting tools, jack stands, electrical equipment, blunt instruments, chemicals, lubricants, or any other tools or equipment seen or implied in this video. Due to factors beyond the control of South Main Auto Repair, no information contained in this video shall create any express or implied warranty or guarantee of any particular result. Any injury, damage or loss that may result from improper use of these tools, equipment, or the information contained in this video is the sole responsibility of the user and not South Main Auto Repair.
Giant Navigation Arrows Remain In Utah Deserts
 
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(KUTV) It sounds like something out of a science-fiction story: giant concrete arrows sitting in the middle of the Southern Utah desert. Some of them are hard to see, others are real obvious, said Patrick Carroll, a commercial airline pilot based in St. George who first became aware of the arrows decades ago. It was on the side of the hill when I was out flying around.Adding to the intrigue, the over-sized arrows act as giant turn signals, pointing the way to other arrows miles away. So where does the arrowed pathway lead and why was it built? The answers to those questions start in 1918 when President Woodrow Wilson helped launch the first scheduled U.S. Airmail flight from Washington D.C. to New York City. In the beginning, the airmail service connected only major cities on the East Coast and, a short time later, Chicago. It wasnt until 1920 that letters could travel by plane across the entire continent via a daytime-only flight flown in segments from New York to San Francisco. While airmail was quicker than transporting mail by train, there were plenty of problems, chief among them: pilots kept getting lost, sometimes with deadly consequences. Their life expectancy was extremely short, Carroll said of the early airmail pilots. There was no fancy navigation, no radar, no GPS; these guys just looked out the window and had to figure out where they were going.Unlike the U.S. Postal Service of today, snow, rain and particularly the gloom of night did stop the bags of mail from moving across the county. To solve the problem, the Postal Service got funding to create a bright pathway for pilots to follow on the Transcontinental Air Mail Route. Approximately every 10 miles, workers installed giant arrows affixed with towers topped with powerful lights. Around 700 in all nationwide, pilot and flight instructor Daniel Smith said of the arrows. And the main ones, of course, went from San Francisco to New York.The yellow-painted concrete arrows ranged between 50 and 70 feet in length and pointed to the next higher-numbered arrow along the route. All of the concrete and materials were taken up on horseback, Smith said. It actually was the forerunner of the radio navigation age.A 50-foot steel tower rose from the middle of each arrow to house the rotating beacon. If needed, a generator shack sat on the tail of the arrow to power the flashing light.Salt Lake City was part of the original airmail pathway from New York to San Francisco and was later the connecting point for an additional airmail route to Los Angeles which was completed with arrows and towers in the late 1920s. Nearly a century later, some well-preserved arrows remain as remnants of what has been called the worlds first ground-based civilian navigation system. And while following a yellow arrow road across the country sounds simple, pilots say the process was anything but easy.It was extremely dangerous, said Dr. Creed Evans, a flight surgeon and pilot with the U.S. Air Force during World War II. They were beautiful pilots, those guys, and some of them were killed.To remember the brave pilots and Utah's rich aviation history, Evans has worked with the Sons of Utah Pioneers chapter in Southern Utah to install a monument near one of the remaining arrows in the hills above St. George. It was the best we could do at the time and it was a lot of engineering at the time, Evans said, adding that the arrows were later used as navigation aids by pilots of passenger flights. If you'd like to hike to one of the three arrows in the St. George area, the following websites have their locations: http://eaachapter936.blogspot.com/2013/01/concrete-arrows.htmlhttp://wchsutah.org/aviation/navigation-arrows.phpTo find other arrows in Utah or across the country, the following website has a list: http://surveymarks.planetzhanna.com/airway-beacons-list-western-u-s/ By Ladd Egan(Copyright 2013 Sinclair Broadcasting Group)
Views: 4993 KUTV2News
How Elephants Listen...With Their Feet | Deep Look
 
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Love Deep Look? Join us on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/deeplook African elephants may have magnificent ears, but on the savanna, they communicate over vast distances by picking up underground signals with their sensitive, fatty feet. SUBSCRIBE to Deep Look! http://goo.gl/8NwXqt DEEP LOOK is a ultra-HD (4K) short video series created by KQED San Francisco and presented by PBS Digital Studios. See the unseen at the very edge of our visible world. Explore big scientific mysteries by going incredibly small. Thousands of elephants roam Etosha National Park in Namibia, a nation in southwest Africa, taking turns at the park’s numerous watering holes. The elephants exchange information by emitting low-frequency sounds that travel dozens of miles under the ground on the savannah. The sound waves come from the animals’ huge vocal chords, and distant elephants “hear” the signals with their highly sensitive feet. The sound waves spread out through the ground and air. By triangulating the two types of signals using both ears and feet, elephants can tune into the direction, distance and content of a message. Seismic communication is the key to understanding the complex dynamics of elephant communities. There are seismic messages that are sent passively, such as when elephants eavesdrop on each others’ footsteps. More active announcements include alarm cries, mating calls and navigation instructions to the herd. Seismic communication works with elephants because of the incredible sensitivity of their feet. Like all mammals, including humans, elephants have receptors called Pacinian corpuscles, or PCs, in their skin. PCs are hard-wired to a part of the brain where touch signals are processed, called the somatosensory cortex. In elephants, PCs are clustered around the edge of the foot. When picking up a far-off signal, elephants sometimes press their feet into the ground, enlarging its surface by as much as 20 percent. Strictly speaking, when elephants pick up ground vibrations in thei feet, it’s their sense of feeling, not hearing, at work. Typically hearing happens without physical contact, when airborne vibrations hit the eardrum, causing the tiny bones of the inner ear tremble and transmit a message to the brain along the auditory nerve. But in elephants, some ground vibrations actually reach the hearing centers of the brain through a process called bone conduction. By modeling how the elephant’s inner ear bones respond to seismic sound waves, scientists are hoping to use a bone-conduction approach develop new and better hearing aids for people. Instead of amplifying sound waves through the ear canal, these devices would transmit sound vibrations into a person’s jawbone or skull. --- Where did you film this episode? It was filmed in Etosha National Park in Namibia, at Menasha watering hole, which is closed to the public. We also filmed with the elephants at the Performing Animal Welfare Society (PAWS) sanctuary in San Andreas, Calif. --- Do all elephants communicate seismically? Both species of elephants – Asian and African – can pick up vibrations in their feet. There are some differences in anatomy between the two species, which cannot interbreed. Those include attributes related to their hearing, and probably arose as adaptations to their distinct habitats. ---+ Read the entire article on KQED Science: https://ww2.kqed.org/science/2018/07/17/how-elephants-listen-with-their-feet ---+ For more information: Visit Caitlin O’Connell-Rodwell’s non-profit, Utopia Scientific. You could even go with her to Africa: http://www.utopiascientific.org/Research/mushara.html Support the Performing Animal Welfare Society (PAWS): http://www.pawsweb.org ---+ More Great Deep Look episodes: These Whispering, Walking Bats Are Onto Something https://youtu.be/l2py029bwhA For These Tiny Spiders, It's Sing or Get Served https://youtu.be/y7qMqAgCqME ---+ See some great videos and documentaries from the PBS Digital Studios! Hot Mess: What If We Burned All The World's Fossil Fuels? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fxJc2csvpLY Above The Noise: Is Your Sunscreen Hurting Coral Reefs? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MfdSgFlzQUU ---+ Follow KQED Science: KQED Science: http://www.kqed.org/science Tumblr: http://kqedscience.tumblr.com Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/kqedscience ---+ About KQED KQED, an NPR and PBS affiliate in San Francisco, CA, serves Northern California and beyond with a public-supported alternative to commercial TV, Radio and web media. Funding for Deep Look is provided in part by PBS Digital Studios. Deep Look is a project of KQED Science, which is supported by the Templeton Religion Trust and the Templeton World Charity Foundation, the S. D. Bechtel, Jr. Foundation, the Dirk and Charlene Kabcenell Foundation, the Vadasz Family Foundation, the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation, the Fuhs Family Foundation Fund and the members of KQED. #deeplook #elephant #seismiccommunication
Views: 163311 Deep Look
Georgia Spiropoulos "Geografia Sonora"
 
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Geografia Sonora" is a sound and video installation on the theme of the sea. An imaginary sound "constellation", a "chorus" of voices, sound signals, as well as natural and mechanical sounds from countries bordering the Mediterranean. The sound space is organized as an archipelago of "sound islands". The navigation between the "sound islands" and the movement of sound in space is organized in real-time by a "sound navigation map", a computer program within the environment Max/Msp - Jitter - Spatialisateur. The sounds of the installation are collected by me and my "informants" in their respective countries or are found in archives. Sound and video : Georgia Spiropoulos Programming : José Miguel Fernandez, Georgia Spiropoulos. Sea video shooting : Irini Zevgoli. Studios : La Muse en Circuit Commissioned by Evelyne Artaud for "Marseille-Provence 2013, Capitale Européenne de la Culture" - Exposition "Cadavre exquis". Musée Granet - Aix-en-Provence, France 2013 jan 11 - april 13 - Athens Festival 2013 • juin 1 - july 17 - ZKM - HfG inSonic 2015, Karlsruhe, Germany More at http://www.georgiaspiropoulos.com/programnotes/geografia-sonora.html
ABC Black Comedy: Indigenous GPS
 
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Ever wanted a more familiar guide to deliver your directions? Join us for the pilot of the world’s first GPS with an Indigenous voice setting. For more on ABC Black Comedy: #ABCBlackComedy http://www.abc.net.au/tv/programs/black-comedy/ Catch up episodes on ABC iView: http://iview.abc.net.au/programs/black-comedy/IP1302H001S00 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ABCIndigenous Twitter: https://twitter.com/ABCIndigenous YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/ABCIndigenousAU
Views: 964178 ABC Indigenous
Cosmos 2463 navigation satellite 149.940 Mhz
 
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Cosmos 2463 russian navigation satellite telemetry
Views: 1439 OfficialSWLchannel
Let's Listen To LF Radio Navigational Beacons Using Vintage RDF Radios
 
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I decided to put some vintage radio direction finding radios to use just to see what local aircraft beacons I could hear in the LF range. These radios did the job and did not need to be real sensitive or selective like I talk about the newer radios being, since they were only needed to be able to find the direction of the station for bearing purposes. I should have pointed that out more in the video. But for DX'ing these beacons, the newer and more selective radios do pull in more stations, but it also depends on the antenna you are using. Small loop antennas work well here as you can null out local noise sources. Here are some links I mention in the video: Look up beacons by frequency: http://www.dxinfocentre.com/ndb.htm What is a non-directional beacon: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Non-directional_beacon The Spectrum Monitor magazine: http://www.thespectrummonitor.com/ Morse code chart: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Morse_code
Views: 18716 RadioHamGuy
"Contact" VLF audio - 500Hz to 4kHz - repetitve swept noise - natural origin @ KL7L
 
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VLF audio from the Hart Lake Fishook Alaska receive facility. Signals sound like something from Jodi Fosters "Contact" film !
Views: 270 hellozerohellozero
Powerful Solar Flare Briefly Knocks Out HF Radio
 
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The Aug 9, 2011 eruption on the Sun that produced a X-7 class flare caused a temporary blackout of high frequency radio transmissions on the side of Earth covered in daylight. Navigation signals can be degraded in these instances.
Views: 1586 VideoFromSpace
Modern Sonar Sounds and other Sounds of the Sea
 
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Some recordings of modern sonar "Pings". They sound much more different from how the movies show them. Originally the LFA signals have a sound level of 220 dB, but by definition every sound appears 26 dB louder under water. This means that such a sonar would have a sound level of approx. 195 dB in the air. This is as much, as a space rocket start...
Views: 92988 Deep Blue Sea
Galaxy S9: Top 5 Problems and How to Solve Them!
 
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Galaxy S9 First 10 Things: https://youtu.be/TwlM-HBpEBo Galaxy S9 vs Android P: https://youtu.be/pO3ZwBU1wqw Click below for more Galaxy S9 coverage and to follow me online! Check out my written coverage at gadgethacks.com: https://creator.wonderhowto.com/jeffspringer/ Follow me on social media: https://twitter.com/jspring86az https://plus.google.com/+JeffSpringer86/posts https://www.instagram.com/jspring86/ Visit dopetechdaily.com for more Android News, Reviews, giveaways! Follow Dope Tech Deals for great tech deals: https://twitter.com/dopetechdeals Go subscribe to my colleagues channels: https://www.youtube.com/user/zedomax/videos https://www.youtube.com/user/DroidModd3rX/videos
Views: 480104 Jeff Springer
How does GPS work?
 
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This video explores the technicalities of how Marine GPS units can calculate position wherever you are in the world. In this video, GPS means the system developed by the USA called NAVSTAR GPS. Other Global Satellite Navigation Systems are available. Read the article that this video is based on here: http://casualnavigation.com/marine-gps GPS is used by merchant ships, navy ships and pleasure boats as a way on finding position at sea. As a navigator, it is important that you know how GPS actually calculates position so that you know when it is feeding you false information. -------EQUIPMENT I USE TO MAKE VIDEOS------ VSDC Pro Video Editor https://bit.ly/2kE5v8j Microphone: Samson Go Mic (GB) https://amzn.to/2rXaDHM (US) https://amzn.to/2k7HLsT Mic Stand: Desktop Stand (GB) https://amzn.to/2rXVzto (US) https://amzn.to/2Leed9r Computer: Dell Inspiron 7000 Gaming (GB) https://amzn.to/2k8TVBL (US) https://amzn.to/2GAUugM -------------------------DISCLOSURE-------------------------- This description contains affiliate links. These are links that allow me to earn a small commission on the purchases you make. This lets you support the channel at no additional cost to yourself. I will only link to products that I have purchased myself or would be happy to spend my own money on. -------------------------DISCLAIMER-------------------------- All content on this channel is provided for entertainment purposes only. Although every effort has been made to ensure the content is accurate and up to date, it remains the responsibility of the viewer to determine its accuracy and validity. The content should never be used to substitute professional advice or education.
Views: 37223 Casual Navigation
Where did that come from? An introduction to Sound Localisation
 
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An Introduction to Sound Localisation, by Will Simmons. Abstract: The recreation of human senses and ability to process them has been a driving force of many research fields in Computer Science recently and determining the origin of a sound source is an example of particular recent interest. We shall explore some of the methods of localisation that are emerging from both physical analysis and biological inspiration. There are many design challenges and potential performance limitations of each implementation – those considered in this talk range from the simple two-microphone array to KEMAR heads, examining both time and frequency based cues and considering the industries benefiting from them. More information: http://talks.cam.ac.uk/show/index/15345