Full mph to kph conversion tables for speeds and speed limits of 100mph to 199mph
Full kph to mph conversion tables for speeds and speed limits of 0kph to 99kph
It takes a special kind of crazy to get into land speed racing. You need the genius of an aerospace engineer, a stuntman’s disregard for personal safety, and a lawyer’s knack for twisting the rulebook.
Two experimental high-speed trainsets were built in 1974 designed for 200 km/h (120 mph) operation: the locomotive-hauled RT-200 ("Russkaya Troika") and the ER-200 EMU.The RT-200 set made only experimental runs in 1975 and 1980 and was discontinued due to the unavailability of the ChS-200 high-speed locomotive, which was only delivered later.
Animal Maximum recorded speed Notes Peregrine falcon: 389 km/h (242 mph) The peregrine falcon is the fastest bird, and the fastest member of the animal kingdom.When in its hunting dive, the stoop, it soars to a great height, then dives steeply at speeds of over 200 mph (320 km/h).
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Last night (Sept 12th) Ken Talbot rode the ARION4, breaking the human powered land speed record at an astonishing 51.5 8mph (83.02kph). Ken is now officially the fastest human in history riding an arm-powered vehicle! This morning, Karen Darke surpassed her previous world record, reaching 46.05 mph (74.11kph) becoming the second fastest arm-powered human ever.
land - men's 200 meter flying start speed trial (single rider)
Nov. 14, 2013 - Haiyan and Tropical Storm 30W Bring Heavy Rains to the Phillipines[image-310][image-326]. Haiyan, known locally in the Philippines as Yulonda, will go down as a historic storm, making landfall in the central Philippines as perhaps the most powerful tropical cyclone to ever make landfall with sustained winds estimated at 195 mph (~315 kph).
The peregrine is the fastest bird on record reaching horizontal cruising speeds of 65-90 kph ( 40-55 mph) and not exceeding speeds of 105-110 kph (65-68 mph). When stooping, the peregrine flies at much greater speeds, however, varying from 160-440 kmh (99-273 mph)!