Videos tagged with "record"
Okinawa Japan. Shuri Castle. Замок Сюри, г. Наха, Окинава. Япония [03:39]
Shuri Castle (Okinawan: Sui Gusiku is a gusuku (Ryukyuan castle) in Shuri, Okinawa. It was the palace of the Ryukyu Kingdom. In 1945, during the Battle of Okinawa, it was almost completely destroyed. In 1992, it was reconstructed on the original site based on photographs, historical records, and memory. Замок Сюри — замок в Японии, расположен в районе Сюри города Наха префектуры Окинава. Относится к типу рюкюских замков-святилищ гусуку. Замок Сюри был монаршей резиденцией во времена существования рюкюского государства. Его протяжённость с севера на юг составляет 270 м, с запада на восток — 400 м. В проекции замок напоминает овал, окружённый крепкими каменными стенами. Общая площадь составляет 46167 м². Внешняя стена укреплений и внешний двор имеют четверо арочных ворот, внутренние стена и двор — восемь ворот. На территории внутреннего двора размещался главный дворец и правительственные здания рюкюского государства. Известные в Японии Церемониальные ворота является вторыми воротами внешней стены укреплений.
A Russian Town Is the World's Coldest Inhabited Place [01:19]
A Russian town is said to be the coldest inhabited place on Earth. You think it's cold where you live? Imagine living in the town of Oymyakon, Russia where normal winter temperatures range in the minus 60s. Thought to be the coldest inhabited place on Earth, Oymyakon is a village in Russian Siberia housing approximately 500 residents. An observer once recorded the temperature to be -89.8 degrees Fahrenheit on Feb. 6th 1933. Christopher Burt from Weather Underground says that unofficial temperatures as cold as minus 108 degrees Fahrenheit have been measured in the quaint town. Oymyakon is surrounded by mountains which means cold air drains down the slopes and is trapped in the valley. There is also only three hours of sunshine around the winter solstice. Another village in Russia is disputing the title for the coldest inhabited town. Residents in Verkhoyansk, located about 600 miles away from Oymyakon, are claiming that back in 1885, the temperature in their town dropped below that. However, an ethnographer claims the readings for Verkhoyansk may not have been accurate due to imprecise measurements .
AUTOBAHN UND LANDSTRASSEN RUSSLAND | Wildes Überholmanöver auf Russischer Schnellstrasse [00:29]
ACCIDENT RECORDING - DRIVING TOO FAST - Crazy Driver cause very bad accident in Russia | Dash Board Camera - Onboard Camera - Accident recording
The only footage of the meteor hitting ground in Chelyabinsk, frickin INCREDIBLE! [01:15]
Small part of the meteor, but still scary. I recorded this video with my cellphone after few bigger meteors had flown above Chelyabinsk. This one is only a small part of the bigger meteor that exploded far above the ground.
Meteorite Explodes-Meteorite Crashes into Russia-Meteor Exploding Meteorite-Meteorite Hits Earth [00:10]
Meteor "It was a very loud sound. After that our windows began to shatter and shiver so it was very terrifying. First we thought it was a plane crash." Planetary scientist Professor Ian Crawford of Birkbeck University said this was an unusual case as meteorite hits rarely cause any damage. Man poses for a photograph after receiving treatment for injuries sustained from a shock wave that followed after object fell from the sky in the Urals region, in a hospital in Chelyabinsk Viktor was injured by a shock wave "Several times a year meteorites are observed to fall on the earth's surface but damage to people or property is very unusual - there are only several recorded cases of buildings being hit by meteorites." Describing the course of the meteorite he said: "I think it's very likely that it would have been a larger lump of rock that broke up in the earth's atmosphere -- this is usually what happens. Meteorite Explodes Meteorite Crashes into Russia Comet Hits Earth Meteorite Hits Earth Meteorite Hits Russia