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*** Check out www.superconvert.com for the best unit converter on the net! To customize colors and unit pairs, click on "select preset" and then click on "customize". *** Do you know how to convert from kilograms to pounds or vice versa? How about grams to ounces? How many pounds are in a ton? How many kilograms are in a ton? If you are studying English, you probably live in a country that uses the metric system. But the U.S. uses the Imperial system, so it can be confusing when you watch Hollywood movies or if you travel to the United States. In this video, I teach you how to quickly and easily convert from one system to the other for a rough estimate. Links: http://www.sloweasyenglish.com http://www.facebook.com/sloweasyenglish http://www.twitter.com/sloweasyenglish http://www.onlinephotodictionary.com ENGLISH LESSONS AND LISTENING IN SLOW EASY ENGLISH! This lesson is all in slow and easy English to make it easy for you to follow and understand. Listening to a lot of English is necessary to improve your speaking but regular TV and movies are too fast and difficult for many students. Subscribe to my channel for more video lessons and how to improve your English listening and pronunciation skills. Learn to speak more like a native English speaker. You can also check out my website (www.sloweasyenglish.com) for more videos! Don't forget to like the video and share it with your friends! The links to my website, my Facebook page and my Twitter feed are on the right side of my main channel page. Enjoy!
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🍎 Enjoy our growing library of math videos at https://www.numberock.com 🍎 1. Ounces Pounds Tons Lesson: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Ounces-Pounds-Tons-Customary-Units-of-Measurement-Weight-Music-Video--2263956 ◀ Safe Link 2. NUMBEROCK Digital Library 65% OFF: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Math-Worksheets-More-NUMBEROCK-Musical-Math-Workbook-and-Activities-2200780 ◀ Safe Link ABOUT VIDEO Watch Yolanda explore various objects that weigh ounces, pounds, and tons. At one point, she even turns into a Walrus - which on average weigh about 2000 lbs [or one ton!] Other highlights in this video include finding treasure, playing ball, and even a cameo by a REALLY hip nun driving a sports car. Let the memorably catchy melody and fun, engaging animations take your class on a journey through the world of measuring by weight in ounces, pounds, and tons. Don't be surprised if you're asked to hit the replay button, or even catch your students singing this song at lunchtime, recess, or even humming the melody during class! LYRICS: Put sixteen ounces on a scale; It’ll weigh one pound without fail. Pick up sixteen ounces off the ground, And you just lifted one pound. And if a ball weighs sixteen ounces, A pound hits the ground every time it bounces. If you weighed two thousand pounds, you couldn’t run, ‘cause if you weighed that much you would be one ton! But if you found treasure, it would be real fun, If all that gold weighed up to one ton, ‘cause all that would make mounds and mounds, As a ton is equal to two thousand pounds! I looked up how many ounces were in a pound, and sixteen ounces is what I found. Then I stacked up pounds until they weighed a ton, And it took two thousand until I was done. Lots of things weigh about an ounce, Like four quarters or a friendly mouse. Lots of things weigh about a pound, Like this bottle of soda that my teacher found. Lots of things weigh about a ton, Like a small car driven by a really hip nun! I looked up how many ounces were in a pound, And sixteen ounces is what I found. Then I stacked up pounds until they weighed a ton, And it took two thousand until I was done. This video addresses the following Common Core Standards: 4.MD (Solve problems involving measurement and conversion of measurements from a larger unit to a smaller unit.) 5.MD (Convert like measurement units within a given measurement system.)
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Let's jump into the world of metric weight measurement! Nice to meet you, milligram. You, too, gram and kilogram. Let's get to know each other. Watch the next lesson: https://www.khanacademy.org/math/cc-fourth-grade-math/cc-4th-measurement-topic/cc-4th-us-customary-units/v/us-customary-distance?utm_source=YT&utm_medium=Desc&utm_campaign=4thgrade Missed the previous lesson? https://www.khanacademy.org/math/cc-fourth-grade-math/cc-4th-measurement-topic/cc-4th-metric-us-customary/v/metric-units-weight?utm_source=YT&utm_medium=Desc&utm_campaign=4thgrade Grade 4th on Khan Academy: 4th grade is the time to start really fine-tuning your arithmetic skills. Not only will you be a multi-digit addition and subtraction rockstar, but you'll extend the multiplication and division that you started in 3rd grade to several digits. You'll also discover that you sometimes have something left over (called a "remainder") when you divide. In 3rd grade you learned what a fraction is. Now you'll start adding, subtracting, multiplying, and comparing them. You'll also see how they relate to decimals. On other fronts, you'll learn how to convert between different units (which is super important when comparing the size and speed of robot unicorns in different countries) and continue your journey thinking about various shapes in two dimensions. Some of the foundational concepts of geometry (like lines, rays and angles) also get introduced. As always, we'll round this out with a healthy dose of applied word problems and explorations of number patterns and properties (including the ideas of factors, multiples and prime numbers). The fun must not stop! (Content was selected for this grade level based on a typical curriculum in the United States.) About Khan Academy: Khan Academy offers practice exercises, instructional videos, and a personalized learning dashboard that empower learners to study at their own pace in and outside of the classroom. We tackle math, science, computer programming, history, art history, economics, and more. Our math missions guide learners from kindergarten to calculus using state-of-the-art, adaptive technology that identifies strengths and learning gaps. We've also partnered with institutions like NASA, The Museum of Modern Art, The California Academy of Sciences, and MIT to offer specialized content. For free. For everyone. Forever. #YouCanLearnAnything Subscribe to Khan AcademyÂÃÂªs 4th grade channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3w8CkX9EJegLVKUj0-mo8A?sub_confirmation=1 Subscribe to Khan Academy: https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=khanacademy
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I show how to weigh things on a kitchen scale, while helping children learn about the two most important units in the metric system for measuring weight: GRAMS and KILOGRAMS. We weigh an onion, tomatoes, dominoes, Mathy my mascot... and his cousin Giganto the mammoth also. I encourage you to do the same at home - it helps you learn about measuring! Then find also food items that have their weight (in grams) labeled, and check if they really weigh that. :) Don't forget that the packaging (such as a glass bottle or a can) also weighs something. Check also my workbook on measuring... at http://www.mathmammoth.com/measuring_1.php
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How do you measure big forces accurately? By calibrating your force transducer on the world's biggest weight - 1,000,000 pounds of force. This machine ensures planes don't break apart, jets provide required thrust, and rockets make it to their destination. Thanks to the people at NIST for showing me around: Rick Seifarth and Ben Stein. Animations here are by Sean Kelley and additional footage by Jennifer Lauren Lee. Special thanks to Patreon Supporters: Tony Fadell, Donal Botkin, Jeff Straathof, Zach Mueller, Ron Neal, Nathan Hansen Support Veritasium on Patreon: http://ve42.co/patreon Before visiting NIST in Washington DC I had no idea machines like this existed. Surely there's an accurate way to measure forces without creating such a huge known force?! Nope. This appears to be the best way, with a stack of 20 x 50,000 lb masses creating a maximum force of 4.45 MN or 1,000,000 pounds of force. I also wouldn't have thought about all the corrections that need applying - for example buoyancy subtracts about 125 pounds from the weight of the stack. Plus the local gravitational field strength must be taken into account. And, the gravitational field varies below grade. All of this must be taken into account in order to limit uncertainty to just five parts per million (.0005%) Music from The Epidemic Sound http://epidemicsound.com "Serene Story 2"
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Converting "lbs" to "kg". When working with both metric and imperial measurement systems. Conversion of *"pounds" to "kilograms"*.
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From huge horses and elephants … to beastly beetles and mighty mites ... here are 15 of the strongest animals in the world Subscribe for weekly wacky videos and learn interesting facts about the world with awesome top 10 lists and other amazing videos. #8 Humans So how and why did we make this list? Well, it’s just to show that homo sapiens isn’t necessarily a weakling when it comes to exhibiting some raw power. We mentioned how a gorilla could lift 1,800 pounds (815 kg) of dead weight. Did you know that in 1957 a powerlifter named Paul Anderson back-lifted a weight of 6,270 pounds (2,840 kg)? That would have been more than 17 times his listed weight of 360 pounds (163 kg)! While that is an unofficial record, it is still recognized by Guinness. And most sources consider it to be the greatest weight ever lifted by a human. Maybe you’re stronger than you think. #7 Elephants Weighing up to 14,000 pounds (6,300 kg) and standing 13 feet tall (4 m), African Bush Elephants are the world’s largest and heaviest terrestrial animals. Larger specimens have been known to carry up to 20,000 pounds (9,000 kg). While not as big, Asian elephants have been used throughout history for transporting people and materials through dense jungle terrain. Even today it’s not unusual for elephants working in Sri Lanka to pull up to 8,800 pounds (4 metric tons). #6 Leafcutter Ants 20x their body weight These insects can be found from the US and into South America. They’re able to carry up to 20 times their body weight, so that lands them at number five. While their strength is impressive, these animals are even more remarkable for something else. Leafcutter Ants have created the largest and most complex societies in the world after humans. Their underground nests can grow nearly 100 feet across (30 m), cover almost 6,500 square feet (600 sq meters), and hold 8 million individuals. #5 Horse Power The Shire horse is a breed of draught (draft) horse that originated in Britain. The largest of them weighed 3,360 pounds (1,524 kg) and stood more than 20 feet tall (6 m). They’re known for their exceptional power used for weight-pulling. In 1924 a pair of Shire horses pulled a starting load at a British exhibition that weighed an estimated 50 metric tons (that’s more than 110,000 pounds)! The same pair of horses later pulled nearly 19 metric tons (42,000 pounds) in slippery footing. Since Shire horses can weigh upwards of 1,090 kg (2,400 pounds) each, those horses would have pulled more than 20 times their individual body weight in the first example. That’s why we didn’t rank these animals higher on the list. #4 Trap-Jaw Ants From here on you’ll notice how the smallest critters are the strongest as measured on a proportional basis. Let’s start with Trap-Jaw Ants which can carry up to 50 times their mass. Their common name is a reference to their scary-looking mandibles. After being locked in place, the mandibles can rapidly snap shut, not unlike a spring-loaded trap and can exert a force that’s 300 times the ant’s weight. Experts say their jaws are the fastest moving predatory appendages found in the animal kingdom. On average, they can clamp down at speeds exceeding 140 miles per hour (225 km/h). Their mandibles can also be used to propel them away from threats. Or they can be used as catapults to eject intruders! #3 Hercules Beetle They’re named for the mythical demigod because they can lift up to 850 times their body mass. Experts say that would be comparable to a human carrying 65 tons (59,000 kg)! Including the horn, male specimens can measure up to 7 inches (17.5 cm) long. The length makes them the world’s longest extant species of beetle. That’s in addition to being one of the largest flying insects as well. This species of rhinoceros beetle is native to rainforests from Central and South America. While those horns look capable of delivering some nasty damage, they’re mainly used as the males fight each other during mating season. #2 Horned Dung Beetle These insects are known for rolling balls of poo that are used for a food source and breeding purposes. As impressive as that is, they’re also known for their great strength. They’re able to roll dung balls that are up to 10 times their weight. And they are known to bury dung that’s 250 heavier times than themselves in a single night. Did you know they can pull more than 1,140 times their body weight? That would be roughly equivalent to an adult human pulling six fully loaded double decker busses along a road! By many accounts, these critters are Earth’s mightiest animals. But the following beast might have something to say about that. 1...
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From savage killer rabbits … to alligators that took down dinos … here are 17 animals we are glad are extinct! Subscribe to Epic Wildlife http://goo.gl/6rzs5u Let's Connect -- http://www.epicadamwildlife.com/ -- http://www.facebook.com/epicadamwildlife -- http://www.twitter.com/epicwildlife -- http://gplus.to/epicwildlife #8 Glyptodon Can you imagine an armadillo the size of a Volkswagen Beetle? That pretty well sums up the size of this creature that lived during the Pleistocene. This huge armored mammal was about 11 feet long (3.4 m), and weighed about 4,400 pounds (1,996 kg). With its squat limbs and rounded, bony carapace, it also had a tail armored in bone. Although it resembled a turtle, it was actually related to armadillos. Experts think humans may have played a part in Glyptodon’s extinction. That’s based on evidence suggesting hunters may have used the carapace as a type of shelter during harsh weather. #7 Argentavis Magnificens Thanks to their great size, there’s been speculation that these prehistoric birds might have provided the basis for the legendary Thunderbirds found in Native American folklore. The Teratornithidae (tair-uh-torn-ith-uh-day) was a family of huge birds that existed in North and South America until the Late Pleistocene. Argentavis Magnificens was an enormous member of that family, whose remains were found in Argentina where it flew some 6 million years ago. This was one of the world’s largest flying birds with an estimated wingspan exceeding 20 feet (6.5 m), while weighing about 160 pounds (72 kg). Imagine if a bird that size flew overhead right after you washed your car! #6 Edestus This animal is related to Helicoprion, the shark-like fish infamous for its spiral-saw set of teeth. Like Helicoprion, Edestus is known only by its unique teeth, which grew in curved brackets. Because those teeth never fell out, experts say its mouth would have resembled a huge set of pinking shears. The animals probably used their deadly teeth to slash at their prey before swallowing it. There’s still a lot to learn about these beasts, including their exact size. Most sources indicate they would have been comparable in size to the modern great white shark at about 20 feet long (6 m). #5 Wicked Big Wombats Even after going extinct some 46,000 years ago, Diprotodon is still the biggest marsupial ever known to have existed. Fossils of complete skeletons have been found in their native Australia, where the creatures are also called Giant Wombats. The largest specimens go about the size of a hippo. Measuring nearly 10 feet (3 m) from nose to tail, they could weigh more than 6,000 pounds (2.7 metric tons)! DId you know that certain Aboriginal tribes have identified bones of Diprotodon as belonging to the mythical Bunyip? #4 Giant Shrimp This critter was found in great numbers swimming the planets seas more than 500 million years ago. While it’s scientific name is Anomalocaris , it might be better recognized as the Abnormal Shrimp. And considering that these creatures could grow more than 3 feet long (91 cm), that would make for an abnormal shrimp. Their unusual physical traits included a pair of compound eyes on stalks that had some 16,000 lenses. And their mouth had 32 overlapping plates which were used to crush their prey. #3 Cameroceras This monstrous mollusk inhabited Siberian waters some 470 million years ago. By some accounts it may have been the largest cephalopod that ever known to have existed, and is an ancestor of modern day squids and octopuses Some estimates of its body size give it a length of 30 feet (9 m), although some experts debate that. It’s thought that the animals used their tentacles to capture sea creatures including fish. Due to their enormous shells, the largest specimens may have remained permanently on the seafloor. #2 Utahraptor The Velociraptors portrayed in the Jurassic Park movies were much larger than their prehistoric counterparts. Those ancient animals would have been no larger than a turkey. It’s the Utahraptor that was closer in size to the movie raptors. Except these creatures were even bigger. They could weigh more than 1,000 pounds (500 kg) and grow nearly 20 feet long (6 m), roughly the size of a polar bear. Using razor-sharp hind claws that measured more than 9 inches long (23 cm), they were able to take down prey larger than themselves. Did you guess that remains of this beast were found in the US state of Utah? 1...
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Best offers for Gardening & Lawn Care https://amzn.to/2InnD0w --------------- How to Convert a Metric Ton to a Price Per Bushel. A bushel is a unit of measurement used mostly in agriculture in the United States. Traditionally, a bushel measures volume, but it is increasingly used to measure weight, too. How much a bushel weighs depends on the commodity being weighed. For example, a bushel of oats equals 32 pounds. A metric... Music by HookSounds http://www.hooksounds.com/
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How to convert cubic meters to weight, using the fact that 1mL of water is 1 g. Sorry about NO audio....... this one has FULL explanation : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eGUYbsF40II
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Did you know that earth is getting lighter every day? Gizmodo. How much does planet earth weigh? the Naked mass wikipedia. Cool how much does the earth weigh? Universe today. ) 5 jan 2012 a lot of people wonder how much our planet itself weighs. How much does the whole human population weigh? To find out how humanity weighs, british researchers simply calculated product of size and average body mass bentheh33 asked naked scientists one thing i have wondered is earth many pounds way, planet weigh in tons. Earth weight how much does mother earth weigh? 6 sextillion, 600 quintillion tons that is two 6s, followed by twenty zeros 6,600,000,000,000,000,000,000 17 jun 2012 if the entire human population stepped on a scale, would be average body mass, globally, was 136 pounds (62 kilograms. How much does the earth weigh? Dr karl's great moments in how weigh pounds? Fun trivia quizzes. How much does the planet earth weigh in tons how long is. How much earth weighs did you know? . The total mass of earth's atmosphere is about 5. How much does the earth weigh in tons evi. X 10 25 pounds) 28 nov 2010 one thing i have wondered is how much does earth weigh? How many pounds way, and if we don't yet know, do you think it would mass the unit of equal to that. How much does the earth sky weigh? Hydrogen zone. How much does earth weigh? How planet Youtube. How much does the earth and its population weigh? Zme science. How much does planet earth weigh, how the weigh in tons 15 nov 2012 unfortunately, there isn't a scale big enough to. Since earth is too big to be placed on a scale, scientists use mathematics and the laws of gravity figure out earth's weight 21 sep 2016 in terms mass, also pretty customer. How much does earth weigh? planet Youtube. Human population's weight estimated at 316 million tons how much does earth's atmosphere weigh? . Planet earth weight is discussed in this article. 972 sextillion (1,000 trillion) metric tons, and it is actually gaining weight. How much does earth weigh? 8 sep 2008 earth's weight is 5. How much does earth weigh and how is this measured? . That's 5,972,000,000,000,000,000,000 tons and gaining!earth weighs about 13,170,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 pounds (or 5,974,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 kilograms). What is the total weight of earth? Fun trivia quizzes. So, how much mass do we have in the earth's atmosphere ? . 6,600,000,000,000,000,000,000 tons, which is a number thats really hard to 5 feb 2012 according to some calculations, the earth is losing 50,000 tonnes of mass every of space dust converge onto the earth's gravity well, it's still losing weight. 3166810 25 lbs (13 billion trillion tons) 19 jun 2013 pops into your head 'how much weight did we just add to the planet earth? ' the earth gains about 40,000 tonnes of dust each year 5,972,190,000,000,000,000,000,000 kg is the mass of the earth. Trillion kilograms) or 1. Earth loses 50,000 tonnes of mass every year scitech daily. Of the earth is 6,000,000,000, 000,000,00
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Metric Mass Mass: how much matter or stuff is in an object. Many people think mass and weight are the same but they are not. Your weight is how strong gravity is pulling on it. Metric Mass Many people think weight is the same everywhere most likely because we all live on the surface of the planet Earth! An object's mass doesn't change but its weight can change according to the gravitational pull. Your weight is less on the moon Grams Kilograms Tonnes These three units are the most common measurements of mass in the metric system. The SI base unit of mass is the kilogram A gram, which is written with a g, weighs about the same as a paper clip. 1 pound is equal to 453.5 grams 1000 grams equal a kilogram 1 kilogram equals 2.2 pounds. Think of a textbook 1000 kilograms equals a tonne which also called a metric ton 1 tonne = 2204 pounds An average car has a mass of about 2 tonnes
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Thanks to Pepperonin for supporting us on Patreon and making this video possible! Support us here: http://bit.ly/2qBHcvf Just off of the west coast of Norway sits the tallest and heaviest object that mankind has ever moved. It weighs 1.2 million tons (1.1 Mil metric tons), stands 1548 feet high (472 m), and is one of the most complex engineering projects in all of history. This object is known as the Troll A gas platform. This natural gas platform sits on the Troll gas field located 174 miles (280 km) off the western coast of Norway. Rather than construct this massive structure in place in the middle of the ocean, engineers decided it would be much easier to build it on land and then move it into the proper location. This ultimately resulted in 10 tugboats pulling the structure over water on this 174-mile journey. All images and videos courtesy of the creative commons or used in accordance with fair use laws. For questions or concerns, please use the contact section on our channel. Dark Fog by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1300031 Artist: http://incompetech.com/
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As far as weight goes, Earth is a pretty hefty celestial body. But exactly how heavy? And how does one measure something so massive? Find out in this episode. Whether the topic is popcorn or particle physics, you can count on the HowStuffWorks team to explore - and explain - the everyday science in the world around us on BrainStuff. Watch More BrainStuff on TestTube http://testtube.com/brainstuff Subscribe Now! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=brainstuffshow Watch More http://www.youtube.com/BrainStuffShow Twitter http://twitter.com/BrainStuffHSW Facebook http://facebook.com/BrainStuff Google+ http://gplus.to/BrainStuff
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From junior giant whales and elephants … to offspring that are born larger than their parents … Here are 12 of the biggest babies in the animal kingdom Subscribe to Epic Wildlife http://goo.gl/6rzs5u Let's Connect -- http://www.epicadamwildlife.com/ -- http://www.facebook.com/epicadamwildlife -- http://www.twitter.com/epicwildlife -- http://gplus.to/epicwildlife #7 Hippos These beasts are some of the world’s largest land mammals. Only elephants and some species of rhino are bigger. Since they’re semiaquatic animals it seems fitting that the mother gives birth underwater. The babies must swim to the surface to take their first breaths. At around 100 pounds (45 kg) and measuring more than four feet (122 cm), they have a lot of growing ahead of them. Adult specimens have been documented to weigh more than 7,000 pounds (3,175 kg). Calves will nurse on land or in the water. Wherever they are, they’ll be well protected. Mother hippos are extremely protective of their young and will aggressively defend them. #6 Rhinos There are five extant species of this animal which are known for their massive size and horns. The largest of them can weigh some 5,000 pounds (2,400 kg) and measure 15 feet long (4.6 m). Females carry their calf up to 16 months. When the baby arrives, it weighs around 140 pounds (64 kg) and stands 2 feet tall (61 cm). They can stand on their feet soon after birth and will start nursing within hours. After 10 days it can eat solid foods. Like hippos, the rhino mothers will zealously guard their young. That’s one of the similarities the animals share although they’re unrelated. Did you know that hippos are more closely related to whales? We included that fun fact because it helps lead to our next segment. #5 Beluga Whale These marine mammals are known for being the only such critters that display an all-white coloration. It’s one of their adaptations to the Arctic waters in which they thrive. Adults can weigh more than 3,500 pounds (1,600 kg) and measure 18 feet (5.5 m) long. They’re pretty large as newborns as well. Whale calves can weigh about 180 pounds and measure about 5 feet. They don’t have the distinctive white coloring, though. Calves will turn a darkish grey within a month, and it will take many years before the pigmentation fades completely. One thing that doesn’t take long to develop is their ability to swim. They can do that right after being born. #4 Elephants You know these beasts as the world’s largest extant land mammals, with weights that can exceed 13,000 pounds (5,897 kg). They also have the longest gestation period of any mammal, at nearly 24 months. When calves show up, they will generally weigh about 200 pounds (91 kg) and stand 3 feet tall (91 cm). Larger sizes have been documented. Labor can last for several days. When the newborn arrives, it will fall a distance to the ground that matches its height (3 feet). They’re born blind but can stand up shortly after birth. Until it grows to adulthood, the calf will depend on its mother and upon the herd to protect it from predators. #3 Blue Whales At first glance, this would be an easy choice for the number one spot. The blue whale is regarded as the largest animal ever known to have existed on this planet. That’s really an accomplishment considering some of the humongous critters that have inhabited the world. When this massive marine mammal gives birth, the offspring typically weighs around 6,000 pounds (2,722 kg) and measures about 25 feet long (8 m)! Maybe that’s not such a shock considering that the parents can measure nearly 100 feet long (30 m) and weigh around 380,000 pounds (172 metric tons). Once born, the whale calves consume nothing but mother’s milk, and they grow fast. Over its first year, the big baby will pack on 200 pounds (91 kg) every day! #2 Kiwis The largest of these birds from New Zealand weighs a little over 7 pounds (3.2 kg) and stands about 18 inches high (45 cm). Hardly anything to brag about. But we’re talking proportions here. Consider that the Kiwi mum lays an egg that is about 25-percent of her weight. That would be like a 130-pound (59 kg) female human giving birth to a kid that weighs more than 32 pounds (15 kg). Or in the case of the blue whale, the calf would weigh about 95,000 pounds (43 metric tons)! For the record, some sources claim that the Kiwi’s egg is actually about half of the mother’s weight. In which case our 130-pound human female would carry a child that weighed around 65 pounds (29 kg)! Pity that poor mum. 1...
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Googleusercontent search. Ecology global network ecology 2008 09 08 how much does earth weigh url? Q webcache. How much does earth's atmosphere weigh? What is the total weight of earth? Fun trivia quizzes. Resources extracted from earth depletion of earth's natural. It has been estimated that this added energy increases the mass of earth by a tiny amount 160 tonnes per year 5 feb 2012 is getting 50000 lighter every year, even while 40000 space dust fall on our so, why are we losing so much weight? . The total mass of earth's atmosphere is about 5. 34 is what a gallon weights times 2000 and will give me the answer in tons. Cool how many tons of water are on earth? By victor manuel prezihow meteorites hit earth each year? (intermediate) curious much does planet weigh? Convert newtons n into tonnes metric t weight and mass for 60 cosmic dust fall to every day the atmosphere Discussion topix. Every day, dust from meteorites, comets, and other 4. Quadrillion tons, or roughly one unlike weight, it is not affected by location. How much does earth weigh and how is this measured? . X 10 25 pounds) convert kitchen culinary weight and mass measuring units from one tonne metric ( t ) into how many newtons earth n )? One 1 newton equals 12 mar 2015 the is a dirty place, we aren't getting much help space. Earth is increasing in mass by many thousands of tons daily 21 sep 2016 terms mass, earth also a pretty big customer. Weight is the effect of gravity on mass. Jan 2012 a lot of people wonder how much our planet itself weighs. Billion year old since there are 2000lbs in a ton then the earths atmosphere weight obviously entire earth is not level with sea and other factors 27 jun 2016 but as it's largely agreed that great majority of earth's bacteria live on all ants may weigh much 300 million tonnes, how many feet mile? ) use wolfram. How much does earth weigh? . I assume you don't 13 jul 2017 their findings conclude that humanity weighs as much 5400 titanics or 287 million tonnes. Posts containing there is many types of grass so this gets messy. 972 sextillion (1,000 trillion) metric tons, and it is actually gaining weight. What weighs more bacteria or every single person on earth [request] how many tons of grass are there earth? Reddit. Sources and 18 jul 2015 how many meteorites hit the earth each year, do they mass of material that falls on year range from 37,000 78,000 tons planet weight is discussed in this article. For the mass of earth, read full article tons resources extracted from earth rich nations may need to cut use natural by as much 90 percent ensure environmental and. Since earth is too big to be placed on a 14 oct 2013 multiply 8. How much does the earth and its population weigh? Zme science. How much does earth weigh? planet Youtubedid you know that is getting lighter every day? Gizmodo. How much does earth weigh? How planet Youtubedid you know that is getting lighter every day? Gizmodo. 3166810 25 lbs (13 billion trillion tons) earth weighs
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To weigh things is a pleasure when you use a metric measure, use G-R-A-M gram. You can weigh most anything, a candy bar a diamond ring, use G-R-A-M gram. When you have a thousand grams, you have got a kilo. That means a thousand is a kilogram. What I'm sayin', is it's good weighin'. So don't go wrong just sing this song, G-R-A-M gram. To weigh things is a pleasure, when you use a metric measure. Use G-R-A-M gram You can weigh most anything, a candy bar a diamond ring, use G-R-A-M gram. When you have a thousand grams, you have got a kilo. That means a thousand is a kilogram. What I'm sayin', is it's good weighin'. So don't go wrong just sing this song, G-R-A-M gram.
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This video gives you the solution of question "1 Litre of water weighs 1 kg . How many cubic litre of water will weigh 0.1gm". Teacher - Shammi Saha Our facebook page - https://www.facebook.com/nakuri.goverment/
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Hi and welcome to quick know how, in this video you will learn how many pounds there are in a metric ton If you would like to look at other weight measurements and there variations, then please feel free to browse the playlist. There is a link in the description box below for this playlist If You like the content then please feel free to subscribe, or make a comment about this video, as well as clicking on the thumbs up and thank you for using quick know how playlist https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLf2e6nWaWYrwppF-t4xOxLlYQzlEYd0NL No inappropriate comments will be made on this channel as it is aimed towards all age ranges. Thank you for complying and making youtube a safer environment for everyone. We Do not Grant permission to use our videos in part or in whole at Quickknowhow or to use print screens of the channel or videos in part or in whole, or to use our sound it part or in whole in any way, If you like our content guys then view it where its meant to be viewed, copyright violations will not be accepted and will be reported to youtube. ©
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Hello, BodhaGuru Learning proudly presents an animated video in Hindi, which shows how to measure weight. It explains the relation between units of weight and also shows the conversions (e.g. gm to mg, kg to gm etc.) To download cool applications to learn and practice weight, please visit http://www.bodhaguru.com/play. Next, learn how to add weights and learn decimal addition:"Weight Addition" at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zpCvsLvwZOM About us: We are a social enterprise working on a mission to make school learning interesting, relevant and affordable to every child on this planet. You can watch our FREE online videos at http://www.bodhaguru.com/watch and download our practice application/games - just visit http://www.bodhaguru.com/play If you like our videos, subscribe to our channel http://www.youtube.com/user/BodhaGuruLearning. Feel free to connect with us at http://www.facebook.com/BodhaGuru OR http://twitter.com/Bodhaguru Have fun, while you learn. Thanks for watching -- Team BodhaGuru
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Argentinosaurus is a massive plant eating Dino who's longer than 3 school buses and weighs in at 73 metric tons. He is one of the biggest of all the Dinosaurs. His frame is so big that playing hide and seek becomes a problem especially if you can’t even hide in a volcano. However with his two tiny friends and a little ingenuity they come up with a game that he is great at. I'm A Dinosaur is an animated series where the dinosaurs present the world they lived in, more than 65 million years ago! Each dinosaur brings their world to life in their own inimitable style, confiding their quirks, strengths and weaknesses. Discover their size and shape, what (and who!) they like to eat, whether they can fly, run or swim and more! Click here to subscribe & learn more about Dinosaurs: https://goo.gl/MsL32o Thank you for watching our video. Please share your feedback in the comments section below!
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HEADLINE: Celebration as once half ton man leaves house ---------------------------------------- CAPTION: For the first time in five years, an 840-pound man in Mexico leaves his house, to the delight of a gathered crowd. (March 8) ---------------------------------------- [Notes:UP SOUND: MS of man wheeled in bed, music background] A big celebration in a suburb of Monterrey, Mexico. Manuel Uribe (mahn-WEL' yoor-EE'-bay) left his house for the first time in five years, on an iron bed with wheels. [Notes:NATS: MS of man in bed, outside] The 41-year-old mechanic once weighed half a ton ... One-thousand-235 pounds ... Unable to leave his bed. But he's lost 397 pounds, thanks to a high protein diet. He now weighs in at roughly 840 pounds. A milestone worth celebrating. [Notes:NATS: Champagne bottle opening] [Notes:NATS: MS of parade with truck/trailer] He rode through the streets on a trailer pulled by a pickup truck, giving a thumbs-up to onlookers. [Notes:SOT UP: Uribe speaking Spanish] Manuel says it's nice, thanking his traveling Mariachi band. [Notes:UP SOUND: Mariachi band] [Notes:NATS: MS of man on bed, trailer moving through streets] He pleaded for help on national television last year ... Accepting help from Mexican nutritionists. His target weight: 265 pounds. Getting there will take three to four years. [Notes:SOT UP: Neighbor byte] This neighbor is proud of him, and hopes God continues to give him strength to move forward. [Notes:NATS: MS man in bed waves] You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/52f522e4a3b5c471a5518f3fd2551fad Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Hi and welcome to quick know how, in this video you will learn how many ounces there are in a metric ton. If you would like to look at other weight measurements and there variations, then please feel free to browse the playlist. There is a link in the description box below for this playlist If You like the content then please feel free to subscribe, or make a comment about this video, as well as clicking on the thumbs up and thank you for using quick know how playlist https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLf2e6nWaWYrwppF-t4xOxLlYQzlEYd0NL No inappropriate comments will be made on this channel as it is aimed towards all age ranges. Thank you for complying and making youtube a safer environment for everyone. We Do not Grant permission to use our videos in part or in whole at Quickknowhow or to use print screens of the channel or videos in part or in whole, or to use our sound it part or in whole in any way, If you like our content guys then view it where its meant to be viewed, copyright violations will not be accepted and will be reported to youtube. ©
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Did you know that earth is getting lighter every day? Gizmodo. That's 5972000000000000000000 tons 8 sep 2014 according to terry quinn, emeritus director of the international bureau weights and measures, earth weighs about 19 jun 2012 how much does everyone on weigh if you add it all together? A team uk researchers have asked, after many calculations, 2013 is not quite a 100 per cent closed system (source nasa) pops into your head 'how weight did we just planet earth? ' mass unit equal that. How much does everyone on earth weigh? the Dr karl's great moments in mass wikipedia. Earth gains about 40,000 tonnes of dust every year, the remnants formation solar system, which are attracted by our gravity 13 jul 2017 one estimate, total world population mass or global biomass is around 287 million. How much does earth's atmosphere weigh? Your weight on other worlds how do you weigh the moon? earth sky Hydrogen zone. How much does the whole human population weigh? To find out how humanity weighs, british researchers simply calculated product of size and average body mass 5,972,190,000,000,000,000,000,000 kg is earth. This force of attraction between you and the earth (or any other planet) is called your weight today's wonder day was inspired by kaily. Ever wonder what you might weigh on mars or the moon? To do & notice mass of a body is measure how much matter it contains. In outer space you would have trouble standing on a scale without 5 jan 2012 lot of people wonder how much our planet itself weighs. How much does the earth and its population weigh? Zme science. How much does the earth weigh? Naked how Quora. This value includes the atmosphere but before cavendish experiment, attempts to 'weigh' earth involved estimating much later, in 1821, francesco carlini determined a density of solar photovoltaics generally do not add mass because 5 feb 2012 is getting 50,000 tonnes lighter every year, even while 40,000 space dust fall on our planet's surface during same period. How much does earth weigh and how is this measured? . 15 nov 2012 eileen diskin answered on 15 nov 2012 unfortunately, there isn't a scale big enough to weigh the earth. If you plug all of these values in and solve for m1, find that the mass earth is 6,000,000,000, 000,000,000,000,000 kilograms (6 x 10 24 kilograms, or 1. How much does the earth weigh? Universe today. How much does the earth weigh? Youtube. But what about its atmosphere? . 21 sep 2016 earth is, by any reckoning, a pretty big place. Weight follows from newton's force (f) equation f ma where is 28 nov 2010 one thing i have wondered how much does earth weigh? How many pounds way, and if we don't yet know, do you think it would weight a relative term that refers to measure of the gravitational forces acting on body. X 10 25 pounds) 8 sep 2008 what does earth weigh? Earth's weight is 1000 trillion metric tons, and it actually gaining. How much does the earth weigh in pounds? Fun trivia quizzes. Kaily wonders, how much would i
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Learn FASTEST TRICK to Convert Kilograms (KG) to Pounds (Lbs) - This Fast Math Calculation Trick Tutorial will guide you step by step to convert KG( kilograms) to Pounds by quick method.For more quick math tips Click Subscribe - http://bit.ly/14qadu2. One can easily convert KG to LBS by simply multiplying by 2.2, but a lot of people can't do that directly, so we sometimes try to go through steps. There are 3 exact simple easy steps to convert Kilograms into Pounds. Step 1 - Double to KG Step 2 - Divide Answer of Step 1 by 10 Step 3 - Add Answers of step 1 & 2. That's the final solution, the pounds converted from Kg. Alone one thing you need to keep in mind that the unit conversion is done by this method is not absolutely accurate, but this is the approximate value of converting kg to lbs. We need to learn so many such other quick mathematics unit conversion tricks. Stay tuned by subscribing me. Click to watch more Fast Conversion Math Calculation Tricks - http://bit.ly/199rGsJ Let's get updates of Mathematics tricks on Social Medias - Facebook - http://facebook.com/ItsMyAcademy Twitter - http://twitter.com/ItsMyAcademy. Google Plus - https://plus.google.com/u/0/b/100424089563249892522/ Website - http://ItsMyAcademy.com Email - [email protected] ...........................................................................
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I use this song to help introduce the basic concept and tools of measurement to my youngest classes (Focus on the English system- metric coming soon!) Lyrics: My new ruler, it’s bright blue, It measures me, and it measures you, Measures length, and width and height, My super ruler is all right! Measurement, is fun for me, Just come and try, and then you’ll see, Find the height, or weight, or temp, My favorite thing is measurement! Chorus I got a scale, to stand on, And it weighs dad and it weighs mom, It tells me pounds, or kilograms, it tells my weight, it’s just so grand! Chorus I got a glass, Thermometer, Tells me each day’s temperature, Celsius or Fahrenheit, My thermometer’s outta sight! Break How hot is it? Use a thermometer How long is it? Use a ruler How heavy is it? Use a scale! How much time did it take? That’s the Stopwatch! How hot is it? Read the degrees How long is it? Read the inches How heavy is it? Read the pounds How much time did it take? Read the seconds Rulers help me measure things How much I’ve grown or lengths of strings, Measures inches and feet too, Just like the foot that’s in my shoe! Chorus Scales, scales, are real cool, My class has one we use at school, Weighs in ounces, or in pounds, Tells me when weight goes up or down! Chorus Thermometer, checks cold or hot, Like the one my doctor’s got Might (they) measure air, or measure seas, Measures temperature in degrees! Break Chorus
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My new single 'Heart Weighs A Ton' is out now on iTunes: http://smarturl.it/AlexMetric_HWAT UK/IRE pre-order on iTunes now: http://smarturl.it/alexmetricHWAT. Out 12th October. AUS/NZ release on 3rd October. Stream 'Heart Weighs A Ton' on Spotify: http://smarturl.it/HWAT_Spotify Click here to preorder 'Open Your Eyes' now inc all the remixes http://bit.ly/oye_yt 'Open Your Eyes' is released on iTunes May 8th 2011, listen and watch here: http://www.youtube.com/alexmetric The Original Mix: http://www.youtube.com/alexmetric#p/f/0/nzqsEd6qnvo Follow Alex: http://twitter.com/alexmetric http://www.alexmetric.com Follow Steve: http://twitter.com/steveangello http://www.sizerecords.com
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Subscribe Now: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=ehoweducation Watch More: http://www.youtube.com/ehoweducation Converting asphalt tonnes to cubic meters is going from the American system to the Metric system. Convert asphalt tonnes to cubic meters with help from an experienced high school math tutor in this free video clip. Expert: Charlie Kasov Filmmaker: Victor Varnado Series Description: If you want to be successful in math, you're going to need access to the right tools. Learn about the tools for math success with help from an experienced high school math tutor in this free video series.
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From mysterious megaliths and disappearing islands... to areas that defy the law of gravity ... Here Are 13 places that science can’t explain Subscribe for weekly wacky videos and learn interesting facts about the world with awesome top 10 lists and other amazing videos. #7 South Atlantic Anomaly (SAA) This one might qualify as a puzzle that takes place in both outer space and the deep sea. That’s because scientists noted that satellites would black out whenever they passed over a certain area of the South Atlantic Ocean. The cause was traced to higher-than-normal levels of radiation caused by Earth’s inner Van Allen Belt. That radiation belt can dip as close as 120 miles (193 km) above the South Atlantic. When it does so, it creates interference that compromises the functioning of spacecraft and satellites. Even the International Space Station and the Hubble Telescope will shut down or curtail various operations when they pass through the SAA. While the cause of the anomaly seems to have been determined, the SAA is still not fully understood and it remains a mystery. #6 Patomskiy Crater (pah-TOM-skee) This conical rock formation is found in southeastern Siberia where it’s also known as ‘Fire Eagle Nest’. It has a base diameter of 160 meters (520 feet), and rises about 40 meters (130 feet). With a volume of hundreds of thousands of cubic meters, experts say that this formation weighs about one million tons! So what exactly is it? No one seems to know. It was thought to be an especially ancient discovery when it was found in 1949. But it’s now estimated to be no more than 350 years old. Many experts feel the object could be a meteorite fragment, or was formed by an explosion of natural gas. So far there’s no definite proof to support any hypothesis. #5 Sea of Galilee Mystery Several puzzles have presented themselves at the Sea of Galilee in Israel. One mystery is why it’s referred to as a ‘sea’ when it’s actually a freshwater lake? But a larger conundrum concerns an enormous stone object that was reported at the bottom of the sea (or lake) in 2013. Researchers say the structure has a diameter of around 230 feet (70 m) and measures more than 30 feet (10 m) long. Its weight has been estimated at more than 60,000 US tons (54,000 metric tons) which would make it heavier than most modern-day battleships. As for the monument’s age, archaeologists say it could range anywhere between 2,000 to 12,000 years old. For what it’s worth, we found a reason why the Sea of Galilee is called such. It’s due to tradition. So there’s one mystery solved, anyway. #4 Fairy Circles These bizarre barren patches of land have been found in Namibia (nah-MIB-ee-yuh) along a 1,200 mile (1,930 km) stretch of desert between South Africa and Angola. The circles measure around 13 feet (4 m) across but have been found up to 40 feet wide (12 m) in the arid grasslands. Similar types of circles have shown up in remote parts of Australia’s outback as well. How did they get there? Some theories say that termites may nibble at the roots of grasses which causes them to die. Local legends provide a more colorful explanation: The circles are burn marks left by dragons. Still others sources claim they’re connected to UFOs. Well, you’d expect that. Tell us what you think in the comments. #3 The Bimini Road (bih-min-ee) Also known as the Bimini Wall, it refers to an apparent underwater structure that is located near North Bimini Island in the Bahamas. It was discovered in 1968 by three divers who observed what appeared to be a sprawling pavement constructed of stones of varying size. Scientists still aren’t sure if this is a manmade structure or a naturally occurring rock formation. Some people conjecture that this might actually be remnants of Atlantis or some other ancient undersea civilization. Would you agree, or do you think that theory is all wet? #2 The Zone of Silence Ages ago, this patch of desert located in Durango (duh-RANG-oh), Mexico was known to be submerged under water. That is not open to debate because traces of marine life fossils can still be found there. Today the area is known for a strange phenomenon that effectively mutes radio signals or any other type of electronic communication. The cause of this silent treatment is open to debate because no one can precisely trace its origin. Some theories claim it was caused when a test missile crashed in 1970 and deposited radioactive material in the area. Other theories suggest that magnetic anomalies are to blame for silencing radio transmissions. The phenomenon has also been linked to compasses malfunctioning, mutated plants and animals, and extraterrestrial activity. This quiet place seems to make a lot of noise, doesn’t it? 1...
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Size has been one of the most interesting aspects of dinosaur science to the general public and to scientists. Dinosaurs show some of the most extreme variations in size of any land animal group, ranging from the tiny hummingbirds,which can weigh as little as three grams, to the extinct titanosaurs, which could weigh as much as 139 tonnes (124 long tons; 154 short tons). Scientists will probably never be certain of the largest and smallest dinosaur p**p to have ever existed. This is because only a tiny percentage of animals ever fossilize, and most of these remain buried in the earth. Few of the specimens that are recovered are complete skeletons, and impressions of skin and other soft tissues are rare. Rebuilding a complete skeleton by comparing the size and morphology of bones to those of similar, better-known species is an inexact art, and reconstructing the muscles and other organs of the living animal is, at best, a process of educated guesswork. Weight estimates for dinosaurs are much more variable than length estimates, because estimating length for extinct animals is much more easily done from a skeleton than estimating weight. Estimating weight is most easily done with the laser scan skeleton technique that puts a "virtual" skin over it, but even this is only an estimate. Current evidence suggests that dinosaur average size varied through the Triassic, early Jurassic, late Jurassic and Cretaceous periods. Predatory theropod dinosaurs, which occupied most terrestrial carnivore niches during the Mesozoic, most often fall into the 100- to 1,000-kilogram (220 to 2,200 lb) category when sorted by estimated weight into categories based on order of magnitude, whereas recent predatory carnivoran mammals peak in the 10- to 100-kilogram (22 to 220 lb) category. The mode of Mesozoic dinosaur body masses is between one and ten metric tonnes. This contrasts sharply with the size of Cenozoic mammals, estimated by the National Museum of Natural History as about 2 to 5 kg (4.4 to 11.0 lb). #Argentinosaurus #smallestdinosaur #biggestdinosaur #longestdinosaur
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A Long March 2D booster lifted off from Launch Area 4 at Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center in Gansu Province, China, carrying Venezuela’s second remote sensing satellite known as VRSS-2. The launch took place at 04:13 UTC (0:13 a.m. EDT) on Monday, October 9, 2017. The rocket thundered off the SLS-2 launch pad at the Launch Area 4, igniting the YF-21C booster of its first stage, which consists of four YF-20C engines. Generating nearly 3,000 kN of thrust, this stage commenced the initial phase of the flight consuming nitrogen tetroxide and unsymmetrical dimethylhydrazine. The first stage controlled the mission for nearly three minutes. During this phase of the flight, the rocket started heading South, over mainland China and toward the South China Sea. After the separation of its core stage, the launch vehicle ignited the YF-24C cluster engine of its second stage, which continued the mission for the next seven minutes. The second stage, tasked with deploying the VRSS-2 spacecraft into designated orbit, finished its job about 10 minutes after liftoff. The satellite was then successfully inserted into a Sun-synchronous orbit (SSO) at an altitude of 385 by 431 miles (619 by 694 kilometers), inclined 98 degrees. Although the mission was launched for a foreign customer, China kept the details about the liftoff and preparations for the flight under wraps. The mission dates back to 2014 when in October an agreement was signed between Venezuela’s Ministry of People’s Power for Science, Technology and Intermediate Industries, and the China Great Wall Industry Corporation (CGWIC). Under this contract, CGWIC built and launched the VRSS-2 satellite into space. China initially scheduled the mission for September 2017; however, the recent setbacks with Chinese launchers forced the country to delay many orbital flights. In result, the launch of VRSS-2 slipped to October 9. The Venezuelan Remote Sensing Satellite 2 (VRSS-2), named Sucre after a Venezuelan independence leader Antonio José de Sucre, weighs about one metric ton and is based on the CAST-2000 satellite bus. This compact platform is designed to host a number of payloads for various applications including navigation, remote sensing, and communications. VRSS-2 is fitted with two deployable solar arrays and is equipped with a panchromatic camera with a resolution of 3.3 feet (one meter) and a multi-spectral imaging system with a resolution of 13.1 feet (four meters). It also features shortwave infrared (SWIR) and long wave infrared (LWIR) imagers. The dimensions of the spacecraft with its solar panels fully deployed are 6.9 by 25.9 by 5.74 feet (2.1 by 7.9 by 1.75 meters). The VRSS-2 satellite will be employed for collecting imagery of Earth for different Venezuelan government agencies during its operational lifetime of five years. It is Venezuela’s second remote sensing satellite. The first satellite in the series – VRSS-1 (named Miranda after Venezuelan revolutionary Sebastián Francisco de Miranda) – was also built by CGWIC and was based on the CAST-2000 platform. The spacecraft was launched into space by a Long March 2D rocket on September 29, 2012, to study the territory of Venezuela and help with planning, agriculture and disaster recovery. The satellite is equipped with two different resolution cameras. The Long March 2D launcher that was used to deliver VRSS-2 into space, is a two-stage rocket developed by the Shanghai Academy of Spaceflight Technology. It is mainly employed to launch satellites into low-Earth orbit (LEO). The 135 feet (41.15 meters) tall booster can launch payloads of up to 3.5 metric tons to LEO and has an SSO capability of up to 1.3 metric tons. Monday’s flight was the 252nd flight of the Long March rocket series. It was also the fourth orbital launch from the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center in 2017 and the 10th mission carried out by China this year. ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ Plz Like Share.. Support and Subscribe YouTube: Facebook : http://fb.com/theINDIANspace Twitter: https://twitter.com/theINDIANspace ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ Video edited by : Space & ISRO News Footage Courtesy: Internet ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ Disclaimer: If you think that you are the copyright owner any of the footage or music or any content used on this channel videos plz contact us we will remove it promptly before wasting your time in sending a copyright strike. Thank you ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬
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From savage prehistoric monsters ... to the oceanic behemoths of today … here are 12 of the biggest sharks ever Subscribe to Epic Wildlife http://goo.gl/6rzs5u Let's Connect -- http://www.epicadamwildlife.com/ -- http://www.facebook.com/epicadamwildlife -- http://www.twitter.com/epicwildlife -- http://gplus.to/epicwildlife #6 The Buzzsaw Shark Helicoprion (hel-uh-KOP-ree-uhn) was a bizarre shark-like fish whose fossils have presented a mystery to researchers. This animal is known for its teeth, which were arranged in an unusual ‘tooth whorl’. Since that shape is reminiscent of a circular saw, the critter is commonly called the Buzzsaw Shark. It’s not exactly known how the animals used this tooth whorl, but most researchers think it was used for feeding. The shark may have whipped its flexible jaw into groups of prey, and then reeled it back to feed on whatever victims were impaled. They existed around 290 million years ago in the early Permian period, and were thought to grow between 30 to 40 feet long (9 to 12 m). Since their fossils have been found from Australia to North America these scary sharks were some well-traveled beasts. #5 Basking Shark Larger specimens of this fish can reach 26 feet long and weigh about 12,000 pounds (5 metric tons). But the largest reliably documented Basking Shark was caught in Canadian waters in 1851. That monster had a length of 40 feet (12 m) and weighed 36,000 pounds (16 metric tons)! These animals are known for their huge, gaping mouths which have a bizarre appearance. Did you know their gob can open more than 3 feet (91 cm) as they feed on massive amounts of plankton? They’re known for feeding on the surface where it appears as if they’re basking in the warmer water there. And that’s how they got their common name. #4 The Ginsu Shark (gin-SOO) The name ‘Cretoxyrhina’ (krih-TOX-ee-RIE-nah) isn’t as well known as Megalodon, and this animal wasn't as big. But it predated the more famous shark by millions of years. And in its day it was no less of a deadly apex predator. Experts say it would go after larger prey that included mosasaurs, other sharks, and even some dinosaurs. Given an estimated swimming speed of 43 miles per hour (70 km/h) it would have difficult to escape this beast. Measuring up to 26 feet long (8 m), and weighing 7,500 pounds (3,400 kg), it had a mouth full of blade-like teeth that could easily slice and dice through its prey. The sharp teeth earned it a comparison with Ginsu (gin-soo) knives that are said to cut through metal. Thanks to a thick layer of enamel on their teeth, they could crunch through bones and slice through flesh with equal ease. Judging from fossil evidence this ancient shark might have closely resembled the modern great white regarding its build and appearance. #3 Great White Sharks About the only way you can avoid these big bad fish is to stay on land. That’s because these legendary predators are found in all of the world’s major oceans. But they’re especially populous in South African waters, fyi. Females grow bigger than males, with larger specimens reliably documented at around 20 feet long (6 m) and weighing 4,200 pounds (1,905 kg) as adults. However, greater sizes have been described. A great white reported in Cuba in 1945 supposedly measured 21 feet (6.4 m) and weighed more than 7,300 pounds (3,324 kg). Like many other such claims, this one didn't measure up and its length was later estimated at 16 feet long (5 m) with a proportionate weight. Most sources agree that the largest shark ever reliably documented was a specimen that weighed around 4,600 pounds (2,087 kg). It was caught and released off the coast of Baja (BAH-ha), Mexico in 2009. #2 Crusher Shark This prehistoric beast was a terror in the water around 89 million years ago. Reaching an estimated 30 feet long (9 m), experts think it was more likely a slow-moving bottom-dwelling shark than a quick, agile swimmer. Fossils discovered in Kansas (kans-ZUS) indicate the massive animal had more than 500 huge teeth, all of which were flattened. Its jaws were adapted for eating the giant clams and other bivalves that existed at the time, the majority of which possessed thick, heavy shells. The ancient shark’s jaws and teeth could easily crush through those shells, hence the common name. Today, the Black Musselcracker exhibits a similar behavior as it feeds upon hard shelled invertebrates like crabs. But measuring less than 5 feet long (1.5 m) those critters are not nearly so enormous! 1...
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The Coast Guard Cutter Stratton crew offloads 34 metric tons of cocaine in San Diego on Monday, Aug. 10th, 2015. The drugs were seized in 23 separate interdictions by Coast Guard cutters and Coast Guard law enforcement teams operating in known drug transiting zones, resulting in one of the largest cocaine offloads in U.S. history, valued at more than $1 billion. U.S. Coast Guard video by Petty Officer 2nd Class Patrick Kelley.
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From oddly built pyramids in sudan, to the largest Aztec temple of doom, here the creepiest and most mysterious ancient places. Subscribe to American Eye http://goo.gl/GBphkv 5. Easter Island Easter Island remains one of the most mysterious places in the world and no one knows exactly what happened to the people. These statues called “moai” are found all over Easter Island and had an estimation of about 3000 people living on this isolated island, 2300 miles from the coast of Chile. These monolithic statues weigh about 14 tons each, (one even weighing 270 tons) and took extreme, hard work to construct. The strange thing about the disappearance of the civilization, is that many moai statue were left unfinished, almost like they left the island in a hurry. Just digging below these monolithic statues has also revealed that they are much larger than previously though. 4. Myra Necropolis Located in the ancient city of Myra in Southern Turkey lies a city that appears to look good enough for people who are actually alive. But it was in fact built to house only the diseased. Roman emperors loved the site and under their rule, this city was thriving from trade during the first few centuries AD. Later on, it was even the capital of the Byzantine empire for a brief period of time These stunning tombs are built out of the hillside just above Myra’s prized theater. Although they have faded somewhat today, at one point, they were brightly colored with brilliant shades of red, yellow, blue, purple when the city had reached its peak in the 4th century BC. It’s believed by many that this is the actually hometown of jolly Saint Nick. 3. The Meroe Pyramids The Sahara is the largest hot desert in the world and it’s also one of the least densely populated regions. For a huge desert about the size of the United States, there’s roughly 200,000 people who actually live on the desert sands. We are all familiar with the mysteries of the Great Pyramids in Giza along the Nile River, but what about the Meroe Pyramids from the Kushite Kingdom! These were the Nubians that the Egyptians would often wage war with, in present day Sudan. The Nubians had learned quite a few things from their neighbors from the north, but couldn’t really replicate the pyramids in a similar fashion and they were left with much steeper angles. There are about 200 of these ancient buildings, constructed around 2700 years ago which served as tombs for kings and queens. 2. Nan Madol On the tiny island of Pohnpei, Micronesia like an ancient city in ruins. It’s believed to have had at one point 25,000 people around 1500 BC. Scholars believe that at least 500,000 metric tons of material were transported to this ancient site in order build this city. Some individual boulders weigh as much as 50 tons each. The 200 acre sized city is also mysterious in the sense that it was made up 100 artificial islands. Many artifacts were found at this site including several thousand shell tools, ornaments and pottery. Inhabitants of this island believe the area is cursed and think the stones were transported using black magic. If only things like this were that easy to explain! 1. Tiwanaku What may appear to be an ordinary stone structure built at an altitude of 12.5 thousand feet becomes quite intriguing after doing further research some of the stones in this city weigh about 150 tons and some believe this is the oldest city in the world. Modern carbon dating suggest that the city was built sometime between 800-400 BC but the techniques of the sanding of stones leads many to believe it’s much older, dating back to about 15,000 BC. Either way it’s one of the most mysterious cities we know of. Could the cradle of civilization really be in South America? The stones were carved with extreme precision with astronomical positioning. The civilization who built this city is believed to be the ancient ancestors of the Incas.
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From secret caves and Chinese pyramids … to cities floating on the water … Here are 12 of the world’s most mysterious ancient structures Subscribe to Epic Wildlife http://goo.gl/6rzs5u Let's Connect -- http://www.epicadamwildlife.com/ -- http://www.facebook.com/epicadamwildlife -- http://www.twitter.com/epicwildlife -- http://gplus.to/epicwildlife #5 Ggantija This megalithic site in Malta is comprised of two temples that were built around 3600 BC during the Neolithic. At more than 5500 years old these are the earliest such structures found on Malta. Judging from figurines and statues found in the area, experts say that the site was probably used for fertility rituals. But while that seems to solve one mystery, there’s another one that still hasn’t been explained. At the time of their construction, the people who built the structures would not have had the wheel or metal tools. A few theories, including the use of ball-bearings to transport the stone blocks, has been considered. But it’s still unknown exactly how these temples were constructed. #4 The Longyou Caves These subterranean structures were initially discovered in the 1990s when a village pond in eastern China was drained to reveal a flooded artificial cavern made of sandstone. So far, experts have located 24 of the caverns which have a combined total area that exceeds 30,000 square meters (320,000 sq feet). While they were certainly made by humans, the caverns don’t interconnect with one another. There are plenty of questions about this site, including its age. The best estimate indicates the caverns existed before the rise of the Qin (kin) dynasty in 221 BC. The bigger mysteries concern their purpose and the people who made them. There is no historical record of the caverns’ construction, nor their existence! #3 Pumapunku The name of this structure means “The Door of the Puma”, and it’s estimated to date back to the 6th century AD. Experts say this is part of a sprawling temple complex where the Inca (ink-uh) believed the world was created. It’s also the location of some amazing feats of ancient engineering. The walls of Pumapunku were comprised of finely-cut stone blocks that interlocked together like a puzzle and used no mortar. Many of the stones fit together so precisely that not even a razor blade can fit between them. The largest stone block stands nearly 8 meters tall (26 feet) and weighs more than 130 metric tons (287,000 pounds). Archaeologists say the massive stones were transported up steep inclines from a quarry at least 10 kilometers (6 miles) away. Even with a huge labor force, it’s unknown how these enormous blocks were moved over such a distance. #2 Gobekli Tepe Excavation on this archaeological site in southeastern Turkey commenced in 1996, but it was first noted when the area was surveyed in the early 1960s. And it had been waiting there a long time before being discovered. The mysterious location’s age is estimated as far back as the 10th millennium BC. Archaeologists have found over 200 T-shaped pillars formed into about 20 circles. Each pillar is 20 feet tall (3 m) and weighs some 20,000 pounds (9 metric tons). Whoever built the place was fond of the number “20”, weren’t they? If Gobekli Tepe’s estimated age is accurate, these will represent the world’s oldest monoliths known to date. With a diameter of almost 1,000 feet (300 m) this site has presented researchers with more questions than answers. When it was first discovered it was thought to be a cemetery. Now some experts think it may have served as a sanctuary or a settlement. Since less than five percent of the area has been excavated, it could be a long time before anything is known for sure. 1...
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ROME'S BURIED SECRETS http://www.sciencechannel.com/ The Pantheon in Rome, Italy, was completed by emperor Hadrian around 126 AD. The dome alone weighs 4,535 metric tons. Watch full episodes: http://www.sciencechannelgo.com Subscribe to Science Channel: http://bit.ly/SubscribeScience Check out SCI2 for infinitely awesome science videos. Every day. http://bit.ly/SCI2YT
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