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1 knot per hour equals one nautical mile per hour which is equal to 1.151 mph so the wind is going a bit faster than 1 mph.

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A knot is a measure of speed, in this case wind speed. 1 knot is equal to about 1.15 miles per hour.

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neptunes wind can blow up to 1500 miles per hour. because there is no heat to to stop this winds in moving

1 knot is 1 nautical mile per hour, but the words knot and nautical mile are not always interchangeable in sentences (that is, to say something like "he is 1 knot to the north" would not be grammatically correct. Instead you should say "he is 1 nautical mile to the north", just as it is not truly correct to say "The wind speed was 30 nautical miles per hour". In this case you should say "The wind speed was 30 knots").

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when a object is moving the wind fast enought or the way the wind is pulling or pushing the object

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The energy of a moving object is proportional to the square of its velocity (speed) so fast moving air has much more energy which can be extracted (by a windmill or wind turbine to do work) than slow moving air.

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