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CAT 5 wind gusts forecasted near Caspian Sea - "Routine storm"...
October 29, 2017: Bewildering wind gusts of 166 mph are forecasted at nearly the exact same time that the hurricane force wind gusts are predicted to wreak havoc in the upper NE US on Monday October 30, 2017. The same anomalous winds will be occurring 6000 miles away at the same exact time...only in another hemisphere! Ventusky.com #MrMBB333 SUBSCRIBE for UPDATES **Subscribe to my channels below** YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/MrMBB333 (Subscribe) CLIMATE CHAOS Channel YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCItdyBM32JwuRh3u6-BlAlQ B BRANDON https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCnOdalbTisAD7ALIQb8ZnVg
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Caspian Sea Monster Demo
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Штормовая погода на Каспии. 24.12.2017 Stormy weather in the Caspian Sea
Штормовая погода на Каспии. Северный ГРЭС в Баку. 24.12.2017 в 17.00
The Beautiful Caspian Sea, 里海,  Каспийское море,  Xəzər dənizi,  Det kaspiske hav
The Beautiful Caspian Sea he Caspian Sea is the largest inland body of water in the world and accounts for 40 to 44% of the total lacustrine waters of the world.[15] The coastlines of the Caspian are shared by Azerbaijan, Iran, Kazakhstan, Russia, and Turkmenistan. The Caspian is divided into three distinct physical regions: the Northern, Middle, and Southern Caspian.[16] The Northern–Middle boundary is the Mangyshlak Threshold, which runs through Chechen Island and Cape Tiub-Karagan. The Middle–Southern boundary is the Apsheron Threshold, a sill of tectonic origin between the Eurasian continent and an oceanic remnant,[17] that runs through Zhiloi Island and Cape Kuuli.[18] The Garabogazköl Bay is the saline eastern inlet of the Caspian, which is part of Turkmenistan and at times has been a lake in its own right due to the isthmus that cuts it off from the Caspian. Differences between the three regions are dramatic. The Northern Caspian only includes the Caspian shelf,[19] and is very shallow; it accounts for less than 1% of the total water volume with an average depth of only 5–6 metres (16–20 ft). The sea noticeably drops off towards the Middle Caspian, where the average depth is 190 metres (620 ft).[18] The Southern Caspian is the deepest, with oceanic depths of over 1,000 metres (3,300 ft), greatly exceeding the depth of other regional seas, such as the Persian Gulf. The Middle and Southern Caspian account for 33% and 66% of the total water volume, respectively.[16] The northern portion of the Caspian Sea typically freezes in the winter, and in the coldest winters ice forms in the south as well.[20] Over 130 rivers provide inflow to the Caspian, with the Volga River being the largest. A second affluent, the Ural River, flows in from the north, and the Kura River flows into the sea from the west. In the past, the Amu Darya (Oxus) of Central Asia in the east often changed course to empty into the Caspian through a now-desiccated riverbed called the Uzboy River, as did the Syr Darya farther north. The Caspian also has several small islands; they are primarily located in the north and have a collective land area of roughly 2,000 km2 (770 sq mi). Adjacent to the North Caspian is the Caspian Depression, a low-lying region 27 metres (89 ft) below sea level. The Central Asian steppes stretch across the northeast coast, while the Caucasus mountains hug the western shore. The biomes to both the north and east are characterized by cold, continental deserts. Conversely, the climate to the southwest and Afrikaans: die Kaspiese See Arabic: بحر قزوين Azerbaijani: Xəzər dənizi Belarusian: Каспійскае мора Bulgarian: Каспийско море Bengali: ক্যাস্পিয়ান সাগর Bosnian: Kaspijsko more Catalan: el mar Caspi Cebuano: ang Dagat Caspian Czech: Kaspického moře Welsh: Môr Caspian Danish: Det Kaspiske Hav German: das Kaspische Meer Greek: την Κασπία Θάλασσα English: the Caspian Sea Esperanto: the Caspian Sea Spanish: el Mar Caspio Estonian: Kaspia meri Basque: Kaspiar Itsasoa Persian: دریای خزر Finnish: Kaspianmeri French: la mer Caspienne Irish: an Chais Mhuir Galician: o mar Caspio Gujarati: કેસ્પિયન સમુદ્ર Hausa: Ƙasar Caspian Hindi: कैस्पियन सागर Hmong: the Caspian Sea Croatian: Kaspijsko more Haitian Creole: lanmè a kaspyèn Hungarian: a Kaszpi-tengeren Armenian: Կասպից ծով Indonesian: Laut Kaspia Igbo: Oké Osimiri Caspian Icelandic: Caspian Sea Italian: il Mar Caspio Hebrew: הים הכספי Japanese: カスピ海 Javanese: Segara Caspian Georgian: კასპიის ზღვა Kazakh: Каспий теңізі Khmer: សមុទ្រកាសព្យែន Kannada: ಕ್ಯಾಸ್ಪಿಯನ್ ಸಮುದ್ರ Korean: 카스피해 Latin: the Caspian Sea Lao: ທະເລ Caspian Lithuanian: Kaspijos jūra Latvian: Kaspijas jūra Malagasy: ny Ranomasina Caspienne Maori: te moana Caspian Macedonian: Каспиското Море Malayalam: കാസ്പിയൻ കടൽ Mongolian: Каспийн тэнгис Marathi: कॅस्पियन समुद्र Malay: Laut Caspian Maltese: il-Baħar Kaspju Myanmar (Burmese): အဆိုပါကက်စပီယန်ပင်လယ် Nepali: कास्पियन सागर Dutch: de Kaspische Zee Norwegian: Det kaspiske hav Chichewa: Nyanja ya Caspian Punjabi: ਕੈਸਪੀਅਨ ਸਾਗਰ Polish: Morze Kaspijskie Portuguese: o mar Cáspio Romanian: Marea Caspică Russian: Каспийское море Sinhala: කැස්පියන් මුහුදේ Slovak: v Kaspickom mori Slovenian: Kaspijsko morje Somali: badda Caspian Albanian: Deti Kaspik Serbian: Каспијско море Sesotho: Leoatle la Caspian Sundanese: Laut Kaspia Swedish: Kaspiska havet Swahili: Bahari ya Caspian Tamil: காஸ்பியன் கடல் Telugu: కాస్పియన్ సముద్రం Tajik: баҳри Каспий Thai: ทะเลแคสเปี้ยน Filipino: ang Dagat Caspian Turkish: Hazar Denizi Ukrainian: Каспійське море Urdu: کیسپین سمندر Uzbek: Kaspiy dengizi Vietnamese: biển Caspian Yiddish: די קאַספּיאַן ים Yoruba: Okun Caspian Chinese: 里海 Chinese (Simplified): 里海 Chinese (Traditional): 里海 Zulu: i-Sea Caspiantourism, hotels, hotel, holiday, resort, landmarks, weather, economy, industry, architecture, shopping, museum, school, housing, floods, storm, flood,
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Is The "Caspian Sea Monster" A Boat, Or A Plane?
What on Earth? | Tuesdays 9p At the height of the cold war, the CIA is confounded by a powerful new weapon dubbed the Caspian Sea Monster. Full Episodes Streaming FREE: https://www.sciencechannel.com/tv-shows/what-on-earth/ Subscribe to Science Channel: http://bit.ly/SubscribeScience Check out SCI2 for infinitely awesome science videos. Every day. http://bit.ly/SCI2YT Join Us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/ScienceChannel Follow Us on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/sciencechannel
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Trening at Caspian Sea (AHTS Caspian Supporter)
Тревога на море
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Lahijan, beautiful city in Iran, Lāhijān, , Caspian sea resort , Gilan Province, culture and climate
Lahijan (Persian: Lāhijān‎, also known as, Lāhijān)[1] is a Caspian sea resort in and the capital of Lahijan County, Gilan Province, Iran. At the 2016 census, its population was 167,544 in 58,378 families.[2]آتش سوزی لاهیجان جنگل لاهیجان آتش جنگل لاهیجان آتش لاهيجان Lahijan wildfire, Lahijan forest, Lahijan forest fire, Lahijan fire, The resort Lahijan has both traditional and modern architecture. The city, which has an Iranian-European urban structure, lies on the northern slope of the Alborz mountains. Its culture and climatic favorable condition have made Lahijan a major tourist hub in northern Iran. The city is basically founded on the sediments remaining from big rivers in Gilan, including the Sefid-Rud (White River). Historically, the city was the major business center and the capital of East Gilan during the time of special rulers. Lahijan has also been a tourism hub of the Islamic world during differen[edit] This section does not cite any sources. Please help improve this section by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (August 2012) (Learn how and when to remove this template message) Tea in Iran[edit] The real colour of the Tea[citation needed] Tea plant. The history of tea culture in Iran started at the end of the 15th century. Before that coffee was the main beverage in Iran. However, most of the coffee producing countries were located far from Iran, making shipping very difficult. With a major tea producing country, China, located on a nearby trading path, "the silk road", and the shipping of tea was much easier. That was a main reason why tea became much popular in Iran. As a result, the demand for tea grew, and more tea needed to be imported to match Iran's consumption. Iran failed in their first attempt to cultivate tea in their own country in 1882 with seeds from India. In 1899 Prince Mohammad Mirza known as "Kashef Al Saltaneh" who was born in Lahijan, imported Indian tea and started its cultivation in Lahijan. Kashef, who was the first mayor of Tehran and an Iranian ambassador to India under British rule, knew that the British would not allow him to learn about the secrets of tea production, as it was their biggest business in India at the time. So being fluent in French, the prince pretended to be a French laborer and started to work in the tea plantations and factories to learn how to produce tea. Ultimately his plan was to take back some samples of this tea to Iran to cultivate. He was successful in this endeavor only because of his diplomatic immunity which stopped the British from searching his secretly stashed sample. At the time, Kashef brought 3000 saplings into his country from the Northern part of India, Kangra. He started the cultivation in the region Gilan, south of the Caspian Sea. The climate there was well suited for tea cultivation, and the tea industry quickly expanded in Gilan and Mazanderan region. Kashef’s mausoleum in Lahijan is now part of the "Iran's National Tea Museum". Iran's National Tea Museum and Kashef Osaltane's tomb. In 1934 the first modern style tea factory was built. Now there are up to 107 tea factories and a total of 32,000 hectare of tea farms. Most of the farms are located the hillsides of Iran like the farms in Darjeeling. These farms produce an orthodox style of black tea. The color of Iranian tea is red and taste is fairly light, and it is delicious without adding any milk or sugar. The total production of black tea in 2009 was approximately 60’000 tons. Tea in Lahijan[edit] A statue in Lahijan Historically, Lahijan is the first town in Iran to have tea plantations. With its mild weather, soil quality and fresh spring water, Lahijan stands to have the largest area of tea cultivation in Iran. But today the country's tea industry is deep in trouble and the verdant gardens that once sustained millions of farmers and their workers are used only for grazing sheep and other personal purposes. Despite having one of the world's most avid tea drinking populations, the Iranian tea economy is reeling from an influx of foreign imports and smugglers who, local traders complain, often have close family ties to powerful figures in the Islamic government. The consequences are plain to see. In Lahijan, the historic capital of Iran's tea industry, land that was once a lush vista of tea bushes is now occupied by houses and flats, built by tea factory owners who have moved into the building trade in response to their industry's decline. Several of the town's tea mills are derelict. Others are at a stand-still or operating at half capacity. Some 40% of the half-million tea farmers in tea-rich Gilan province have gone out of business, because the factories are no longer buying their crops. Hundreds of thousands of pickers have been forced out of work. Cookies (Kulucheh)t eras in Iran's history.
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Introducing Azerbaijan Weather
Baku has a subtropical semi-arid climate (Köppen climate classification: BSk) with warm and dry summers, cool and occasionally wet winters, and strong winds all year long. However, unlike many other cities with this climate, Baku does not see extremely hot summers. This is largely because of its northerly latitude and the fact that it is located on a peninsula on the shore of the Caspian Sea. Baku and the Absheron Peninsula on which it is situated, is the most arid part of Azerbaijan (precipitation here is around or less than 200 mm (8 in) a year). The majority of the light annual precipitation occurs in seasons other than summer, but none of these months are particularly wet. During Soviet times, Baku with its long hours of sunshine and dry healthy climate, was a vacation destination where citizens could enjoy beaches or relax in now-dilapidated spa complexes overlooking the Caspian Sea. The city's past as a Soviet industrial center has left it as one of the most polluted cities in the world. At the same time Baku is noted as a very windy city throughout the year, and gale-force winds, the cold northern wind khazri and the warm southern wind gilavar are typical here in all seasons. Indeed, the city is renowned for its fierce winter snow storms and harsh winds. The speed of the khazri sometimes reaches 144 kph (89 mph), which can cause damage to crops, trees and roof tiles. The daily mean temperature in July and August averages 26.4 °C (79.5 °F), and there is very little rainfall during that season. During summer the khazri sweeps through, bringing desired coolness. Winter is cool and occasionally wet, with the daily mean temperature in January and February averaging 4.3 °C (39.7 °F). During winter the khazri sweeps through; driven by masses of polar air; temperatures on the coast frequently drop below freezing and make it feel bitterly cold. Winter snow storms are occasional, snow usually remains only for a few days after each snowfall. The average annual temperature in Baku and that of the Earth differ by less than 0.1 °C (0.18 °F) : it is 14.2 °C (57.6 °F). https://exploreazerbaijan.com https://www.facebook.com/exploreaz All rights belong to the owner of the video.
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City Baku and Caspian sea morning comes Time lapse
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Iran Unveiled (Part 4 of 5 - Shomal - Caspian Sea)
Iran unveiled, a video journal of my 4 weeks traveling in iran during the protests. I visited Esfahan, Ahvaz, Tehran, and Babolsar (shomal) capturing the people and culture.
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Caspian Fish & Caviar
Azerbaijan on the map resembles a bird that flies from the east with wide open wings. Baku, the capital looking to the Caspian, is a rapidly developing industrial city. This ancient country, once an important stop on the Great Silk Road, has many exciting places - the Bronze Age petroglyphs, medieval minarets and mosques and the famous Azerbaijani carpets. About a third of the population of Azerbaijan lives in the capital, the largest metropolis of the South Caucasus. This beautiful city is located around the ideal bay, the Baku Gulf in the lower part of the Absheron Peninsula. Baku and the 70-kilometer peninsula enjoy sunny and surprisingly dry weather. Azerbaijan is still a Klondike of "black gold". So they call not only oil, but also black caviar. Its extraction is now strictly controlled and limited by state quotas. The best caviar in the world is the caviar of the Caspian Sea. Russia, Iran, Kazakhstan, Azerbaijan and Turkmenistan border the Caspian Sea, which is the largest lake in the world. The surface of the Caspian Sea is 374,000 square kilometers. km. One of its advantages is the prevalence of 80-90% of sturgeon in it. From sturgeon get caviar, which is a "symbol of luxury". Sturgeon is in fact a prehistoric species of the animal world, surviving to this day since the time of the existence of dinosaurs.
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Beautiful view of Caspian sea
A short view of Caspian sea, the beautiful and chilling coast of Azerbaijan. The weather is very cold also the chilling wind added enormous feeling at Baku coast.
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Ekranoplan ( Caspian Sea Monster ) maiden flight
Wingspan 540mm Length 923mm AUWeight 235g Battery dualsky 3S 550mAh 45C 53g Motor mini king 2204 1700KV Propeller GWS EP-7035 Servo 5g x 2, 9g x 1 ESC 12A Receiver Corona 2.4G 4ch Material 3mm EPS Bottom material 2mm XPP
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View Of Caspian Sea
Beautifull View Of Caspian Sea In Baku, Azerbaijan. Very Cold Air, Nice Weather, Clouds By Azhar Ali
Views: 26 Azhar Hamza Ali
Crossing the Caspian Sea
Driving from Munich, to Dushanbe (Tajikistan) in a 39hp hatchback, we took the ferry from Baku (Azerbaijan) to Turkmenbashi (Turkmenistan). This infamous ferry connection is for commercial traffic only, but lets tourists on if there is empty space. What it's infamous for? Decrepit cabins and missing safety equipment on the ferries, customs officers demanding bribes from passengers, the captains charging extra money on top of your ticket, crew members cutting your fuel lines and fining you for the spill...and the ferry often staying anchored in different places for two or more days due to weather issues (and the bad state of the ferry, too), boiling passengers in their cabins or frying them in the blistering heat on deck while they watch their Turkmen visas expire. Oh, yeah, and the immigration process in Turkmenbashi takes 8 to 12 hours. I shit you not.
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Iran’s Damavand Destroyer Fully Sinks in Caspian Sea
A video circulated in the Iranian media shows the giant homegrown destroyer Damavand has fully sunk in the Caspian Sea a couple of weeks after it suffered damages during the stormy weather of Anzali Port. http://ifpnews.com/exclusive/irans-damavand-destroyer-fully-sinks-caspian-sea-video/
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Ekranoplan KM 'Caspian Sea Monster' seaplane (Russian)
Sorry its in Russian! :( Note: The 6-engined jet at 0:40 is the Antonov 225, which is presently the largest aircraft in the world, period. Its a cargo transporter and its cargo bay is so large it can hold most of the assembled components of a Boeing 747. The Russian space shuttle Buran can be attached to its back for transport as well. The aircraft at 1:23 is the Orlyonok ekranoplan, which as of October 2007 is in the process of being restored for an upcoming Russian aircraft exhibition in Moscow. (Or at least, that's what I've read on the net.) There are thought to be maybe one or two other surviving Orlyonoks besides this one. The aircraft at 7:35 is the Lun ekranoplan, which is based on the KM 'Caspian Sea Monster', but smaller. From the wikipedia article: An ekranoplan (Russian: экранопла́н, literally "screen plane") is a vehicle resembling an aircraft but which operates solely on the principle of ground effect (in Russian эффект экрана effekt ekrana - from which the name derived). Ground effect vehicles (GEV) fly above any flat surface, with the height above ground dependent upon the size of the vehicle. Ekranoplan design was conceived by revolutionary Soviet engineer Rostislav Alexeev. During the Cold War, ekranoplans were sighted for years on the Caspian Sea as huge, fast-moving objects. The name Caspian Sea Monster was given by US intelligence operatives who had spotted the huge vehicle, which looked like an airplane with the outer halves of the wings removed. After the end of the Cold War, the "monster" was revealed to be one of several Soviet military designs meant to fly only a few meters above water, saving energy and staying below enemy radar. The ekranoplan has a lifting power of 1,000 tonnes, among the largest ever achieved. The KM, as the Caspian Sea Monster was known in the top secret Soviet military development program, was over 100 m long (330 ft), weighed 540 tonnes fully loaded, and could travel over 400 km/h (250 mph), mere meters above the surface of the water. Another model was the Lun-class, entering service with the Black Sea Fleet in 1987; the Lun-class vehicles had a top speed of 550 knots. The important design principle is that wing lift is reduced as operating altitude of the ekranoplan is increased (see ground effect). Thus it is dynamically stable in the vertical dimension. Once moving at speed, the ekranoplan was no longer in contact with the water, and could move over ice, snow, or level land with equal ease, though flight over land would have involved extreme risks unless the surface were very dependably flat. These craft were originally developed by the Soviet Union as very high-speed military transports, and were based mostly on the shores of the Caspian Sea and Black Sea. The largest could transport over 100 tonnes of cargo. The development of ekranoplans was supported by Dmitri Ustinov, Minister of Defence of the USSR. About 120 ekranoplans (A-90 Orlyonok class) were initially planned to enter military service in the Soviet Navy. The figure was later reduced to fewer than thirty vehicles, planned to be deployed mainly for the Black and the Baltic Soviet navies. Marshal Ustinov died in 1985, and the new Minister of Defence Marshal Sokolov effectively stopped the funding for the program. The only three operational A-90 Orlyonok ekranoplans built (with renewed hull design) and one Lun-class ekranoplan remained at a naval base near Kaspiysk. The two major problems which the Soviet Era Ekranoplanes faced were: 1) Longitudinal stability and 2) Highly reliable navigation & automatic control systems that were not very advanced at the time. Since the fall of the Soviet Union, ekranoplans have been produced by the Volga Shipyard in Nizhni Novgorod located at 56°21'58.08?N, 43°52'14.26?E. Besides the development of appropriate design and structural configuration, special automatic control systems and navigation systems are also being developed. These include special altimeters with high accuracy for small altitude measurements and also lesser dependence on weather conditions. According to many extensive experiments and research activities, it has been shown that "Phase Radio-altimeters" are most conducive for such applications as compared to laser, isotopic or ultrasonic altimeters. As of October 19th, 2009 one ekranoplans could be seen on Google Earth at Kaspiysk: The Lun, located at 42°52'54 N, 47°39'24 E. A structure on a nearby beach may be a third disassembled ekranoplan. An Orlyonok was formerly at 42°52'50 N, 47°39'57 E but it has since been moved to Moscow where it sits on display. ЖУКОВ, большого реактивного самолета, море самолет
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Wind speed 30-35 knots gusts 40-45 knts In Caspian Sea  SW/S direction
Enroute to port with port side beam wind
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Caspian Sea
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Caspian sea after storm
Caspian sea after storm
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Aktau to Baku by ferry across Caspian Sea ...
Country #10 DerekAcrossAsia Kazakhstan Nov 2016 - This is snippet of leaving the port of Aktau Kazakhstan heading overnight to Baku in Azerbaijan on the Caspian Sea. Ferry was delayed 1 day due to the weather and slept on the benches at the port. Finally cleared up and we left following day around 16:00. 22 hours on the boat with excellent weather.
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Wild beach of Caspian Sea
Wild beach on the Caspian Sea. Place: Zire, Absheron peninsula.( https://goo.gl/maps/QUL8LvaehyF2) Date: 28 August 2016.
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カスピ海!/Caspian Sea!!
In 17th of September 2008,I was finally on Caspian Sea. It takes 3 months from the border of China/Kazakhstan,and about 2 months from Bishkek(Kyrgyzstan). Over the Pamir mountains, and some deserts, I finally crossed Central Asia. Here it's the town of Aktau(Kazakhstan). The town was developped in Soviet era, for the sake of boring oil and resort. There is lots of Russian so I feel like it's no more Asia. (Translation from the video)
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Tricks to Countries bordering Caspian sea
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Caspian storm
that video was taking from L-22 in so bad wheather.2006
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Hopping the midnight ship across the Caspian Sea
A long ride on the infamous Baku-Aktau cargo ship. Total length of trip was 60 hours on a hot cargo ship without A/C.
Views: 1961 Julian Wong
Caspian Sea
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Russia launches supersonic missile drills in Caspian Sea
According to Russian Ministry of Defence (MoD), Su-34 effectively destroyed a group of ships by using supersonic missile Kh-31 in Caspian Sea during training, Monday. Russian MoD stated that 10 ships as well as 40 aircrafts including bombers Su-24 and Su-34, jet aircrafts Su-25, fighter aircrafts Su-30, took part in the drills.
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The Caspian Sea Monsters - Bad Taste
The Caspian Sea Monsters - Bad Taste
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Footage Russia Asteroid Impact Vaporizing 10 Mile Radius Filmed From Caspian Sea. Nibiru Arrived?
Footage Of Russia Asteroid Impact Vaporizing 10 Mile Radius Filmed From Caspian Sea This Summer. Nibiru Arrived?
Views: 5340 Igor Kryan
Sea to summit in Iran: From the Caspian Sea to Damavand (5,671 meters)
FULL VERSION of Benedikt Böhm´s speed ascent on Mount Damavand in Iran.
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Caspian Sea te iubesc.avi
The Caspian Sea دریای مازندران یا دریای خزر is the largest enclosed body of water on Earth by area, variously classed as the world's largest lake or a full-fledged sea. The sea has a surface area of 371,000 square kilometres (143,244 sq mi) and a volume of 78,200 cubic kilometres (18,761 cu mi). It is in an endorheic basin (it has no outflows) and is bounded by northern Iran, southern Russia, western Kazakhstan and Turkmenistan, and eastern Azerbaijan. It has a maximum depth of about 1,025 metres.
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FULL REPORT: Russian Navy from Caspian sea fires 26 missiles against Daesh's positions in Syria
7 October 2015 ~ 4 Russian warships launch 26 missiles against ISIS from Caspian sea, all targets destroyed. Four Russian Navy warships have fired a total of 26 missiles at the position of the terrorist group Islamic State in Syria, Russia’s Defense Minister Sergey Shoigu announced. The missiles were fired from the Caspian Sea. The missiles flew some 1,500 km before reaching their targets, probing their efficiency. The missile attacks came from Russia’s fleet in the Caspian Sea, which borders Russia, Iran and three other littoral countries. The precision weapons hit all intended targets. The attacks apparently required cooperation from Iran and Iraq, as the missiles had to travel through their airspace to reach Syria. Earlier, Russian warships played a key part in deploying the Russian warplanes to Syria, delivering equipment and supplies to an air base near Latakia and the Navy’s old base in Tartus. Russia has spent a week delivering airstrikes at terrorist forces in Syria, conducting over 120 combat sorties. Now the Navy is joining Russia’s Air Force in the operation. FULL REPORT AT: https://syrianfreepress.wordpress.com/2015/10/07/russian-from-caspian/ * * * recorded from Russia Today Live Television by SyrianFreePress.net WarPress.info Freelancers Network and associated web spaces * * * * * About this video/Community Guidelines...This footage is not intended to be violent sensational shocking disrespectful or glorify violence in any way...This video is only for News War Documentary Historical and Educational purposes...
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Iran IRIN Navy missile Corvette "Separ" Caspian sea ایران نیروی دریایی ارتش ناوچه موشك انداز سپر
ایران نیروی دریایی ارتش ناوچه موشك انداز سپر در دریای خزر ، ناو موشک‌انداز "سپر" به‌عنوان جدیدترین ناو موشک‌انداز ایرانی صبح امروز با حضور امیر حاتمی وزیر دفاع و پشتیبانی نیروهای مسلح و دریادار خانزادی فرمانده نیروی دریایی ارتش جمهوری اسلامی ایران، در بندر انزلی به ناوگان نیروی دریایی ارتش ملحق شد. http://tn.ai/1593244 Home-made missile-launching warship joins Iran Navy in Caspian Sea Iran’s naval fleet in the Caspian Sea received a new missile-launching corvette on Tuesday, dubbed Separ (shield). The new homegrown vessel officially joined the Iranian Navy at a ceremony in the northern port city of Anzali on Tuesday morning, attended by Defense Minister Brigadier General Amir Hatami. Separ, 47 meters in length and around 4 meters in height, can sail at a maximum speed of 35 knots. It is equipped with various locally-made advance weapons, including surface-to-surface missile systems, naval guns, and fire control radars capable of detecting fighter jets and cruise missiles. Speaking to reporters, Commander of Caspian Fleet Rear Admiral Ahmad Reza Baqeri said Separ, a Peykan-class warship, has been fully designed and manufactured by the local experts. Pointing to the features of the new vessel, like great maneuverability and anti-missile defense systems, the commander said Separ is an all-weather vessel manufactured during two years and a half. http://tn.ai/1592737
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start storm (iran caspian sea)
start storm (iran caspian sea)
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Russia Unleashes Cruise Missiles From The Caspian Sea At ISIS
Russia Unleashes Cruise Missiles From The Caspian Sea At ISIS
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Frozen North Caspian Sea Winter 2017
Зима на Северном Каспий
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Bus ride in Baku,Azerbaijan -To the Caspian Sea ep 22 -Travel vlog calatorii tourism video
My trip to Bulgaria,Turkey,Georgia,Azerbaijan,Armenia mail: [email protected] https://www.instagram.com/costitravel/
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Shomal 2008 (PART 2) - Chaloos Road - Caspian Sea - Khazar - IRAN
In this video which is taken on the spring of 2008 you will see the most beautiful scenes from the CASPIAN SEA (KHAZAR), CHALOOS ROAD and the north green belt of IRAN. Brought to you by: www.IRANESABZ.COM IraneSabz, IraneSabz.com, Iran, Shomal, Tehran
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Caspian Sea. Turkmenistan to Azerbaijan. On board of a cargo ferry.
Hey its Greg! On my Silk Road trip, because I haven't got any other option, I crossed the Caspian sea by a cargo ferry. From the port of Turkmenbashi,Turkmenistan to Baku, Azerbaijan in this year, 21 of July. I did it together with two of my friends, Craig the Australian traveler and Kostas the Greek adventuring journalist.
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Life on a Caspian Sea cargo ferry (2007)
In late August 2007, in order to be true to the Silk Road overland plan, I caught a cargo ferry across the Capsian Sea. The journey across the ancient Caucasus glacial melt took about 24 hours from embarkment at Baku in Azerbajian to disembarkment at Turkmenistan's port of Turkmenbashi. The ride cost about US$55. On the way, i met some of the crew and the 3rd engineer agreed to show me a slice of life on the boat. The crew live on this boat for 9 months every year, with little time on land to see family and friends. The Capsian Sea vista is dotted with off shore oil rigs, and other ferries/cargo ships on their way to other ports in Russia, Iran and Kazakstan. In rough weather (thankfully not this time), the salty sea can swell to 10 metres and can be quite a dangerous bronco ride for the sea tanks. My travelling companion (who makes a short but memorable appearance) is Rishi Watson, a brave Irish lad on his way overland to Kathmandu. Traveller's teacup www.teacup.net.au
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