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It depends if the bug is flying high enough to get hit. If the bug is beneath the train then no, probably not. However if the bug is high enough; yes. they will collide

If the bug starts out east of the train, they will never collide because the train will sink into the ocean before the bug manages to circle the Earth.

Q: Please tell me if a train is going west and a bug is going east and they are on the same line of latitude will they collide?

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i think it would take 1 hour

A average freight train going 50 mph (80 km/h) will take up to 1.5 miles. That is how long a freight train takes to stop if it collides with a car.

That's going to depend heavily on the weight of the cargo in each car.

2 hours. If the train is one mile long and going 1 mile per hour through a mile long tunnel, in one hour the train would be completely inside the tunnel, since they are the same length and the train is only going one full tunnel length(mile) per hour. It would then take another whole hour for the end of the train to leave the tunnel, bringing the train completely out of the tunnel.

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