wind speeds over 74 miles per hour are possible. in a hurricane winds can get up to 100 miles an hour!
Top speeds have ranged from hundreds of miles per hour to speeds far greater than the speed of light.
Racehorse. Greyhounds reach speeds of 45 miles an hour. Horses reach speeds of up to 60 miles an hour.
The escalators move at the speeds of 31.07 miles per hour.
The speed limit the speeds are like 45mph mph stands for miles per hour
F1 winds speeds are 71-112 miles per hour.
A typical ICBM reaches speeds from 12000 miles per hour to 18000 miles per hour!!!!
Kangaroos can attain and maintain a speed of 40 miles per hour for nearly two kilometers, though the more comfortable and typical speeds of these animals range from 20-25 miles per hour.
The distance is 407.66 miles, time frame is roughly 6.27 hours traveling at speeds of 65 miles an hour, and 5.44 hours when traveling at speeds of 75 miles an hour.
The bullet train in Japan can travel 120 miles in 44 minutes. The train averages speeds of 164 miles per hour. But test speeds have been clocked at 275 miles per hour. France's line of conventional high-speed trains top that, though, with speeds topping out at 357 miles per hour.
Miles per hour x 0.0167 = miles per minute
When it comes to running, yes the Ostrich is the fastest bird in the world. The Ostrich can reach speeds of up to 60 miles per hour.
at release speeds of up to 70 miles per hour
Hundreds of miles an hour are possible speeds.
they can reach speeds of 18mph
Around 70 miles per hour
They can run at speeds of up to 25 miles per hour
The top speed of a butterfly is 12 miles per hour, but generally they fly about five miles per hour. Moths can clock speeds up to 25 miles per hour.
20+ miles an hour. Speed skaters can reach speeds up to 30+ miles an hour.
Jet streams that are polar can travel at speeds that are greater than 100 miles per hour. Jet streams are fast flowing and have narrow air currents.
A mile is not the same distance as a kilometer; therefore miles per hour and kilometers per hour are not the same unit, either.
An EF4 tornado can have wind speeds between 166 and 200 mph (miles per hour.)
No, 90 miles is not a speed. It's a distance. "Racers reach speeds of more than 90 miles per hour."
Wind speeds can vary greatly, from 40 miles per hour, all the way up to 300 miles per hour.
Tsunami speeds can go up to 600 miles an hour.