Made for Sears Roebuck. Same gun as the Savage Model 6 or Stevens Model 87. Savage made these from 1938 to 1968.
The Phillies once had a lefty shortstop named Bill Hulen, so it has happened. It almost never happens though.
In many parts of the world, as the name suggests. Europe (including European Russia)saw the most intense fighting.
WW2 mostly took place in Germany, Russia, France, Belgium, Poland, and Japan, although there were others these were the main ones. Daniel Gaudet
My son, who is 24 years old now had never met his biological father until he was 15 years old. His father contacted me after years of not even knowing where he lived and asked permission to meet him. My response was that I hoped that it would be a good thing, but that he was old enough then that it …
Yes,not nasa but the mars association has made suits called bio suits which are very much different from those used in the Apollo travels. Tell u what they are specifically designed for girls. So they only have a chance of going there. And the suit is not for life it is designed for humans who would…
The Russians were not called the "Reds," the Soviets were. The distinction is a historical one. The Bolshevik revolution was not an entirely bloodless one and in 1918 Russia was in a state of Civil War. The Bolshevik army was called the "Red Army," so named for the blood of the working classes spil…
I see myself 5years from now having a own Porsche car then i have a big big business accesories merchandising then sitting in a wide beach with my happy family, and serving GOD with joy and happiness in my lips.
If you mean .22 Rimfire ammunition, then subsonic 22's travel at 1050 fps. High velocity ammunition at1250 fps. CCI Stingers velocity at the muzzle is 1640 fps with 191ftlbs of energy.
No animals have been landed on Mars yet. No humans have been on Mars either. As far as animals living on Mars, there is no current knowledge of that either, although speculation exists. Transporting animals (or people) to Mars is still not practical. Currently it would take several months to get the…
The atmosphere of Mars is mostly Carbon Dioxide (95.3%, but there is also Nitrogen (2.7%), Argon (1.6%), Oxygen (0.13%), Carbon monoxide (0.07%), and tiny amounts of other gases. The atmosphere of Mars is very thin, with less than 1% of earth's atmospheric pressure at its surface.
The transfer case has electronic switch that allows it to go in and out for low to high. Did you put it in neutral before changing over?
Yes. There are many poolplayers in the US that have a wide variety of handicaps for play. For 1 handed play, a mechanical bridge is often used rather than use of the bridge hand.
Tests to Run Before Making Changes to Gas Piping
I'm not sure I understand your question, as I'm not aware of any "tests" required to be done PRIOR to work on gas piping. However, it is CRITICALLY IMPORTANT that the gas source MUST BE TURNED OFF, and CONFIRMED to be off.
Actually, I be…
Some couples just argue and it's part of their personalities and their marriages can often be successful although it's unnerving to those around them. Some couples simply feed off each other and constantly have to have chaos in their lives. It's a "high." It's like some executives in Corporations th…
They are made of particles and are in the solar system.
It is not known when this will happen. But if it does it will be a long difficult task keeping the astronauts fit and healthy. The journey would take 9 months one way, and then there is the length of time spent on or near the planet. Bones and other body systems will weaken, supplies of fo…
Phobos and Deimos. Phobos means fear. Deimos means panic.If they're on Mars I have to say Hellas and Argyre. [/nerd joke] If it's in orbit around it I say Phobos and Deimos.the 2 moons of mars are Diemos and Phobos
Mars Polar Cap
The southern polar cap is larger and colder. It is composed of carbon dioxide (dry ice) while the northern is mainly water ice (which freezes at a warmer temperature, therefore the dry ice cap in the south is colder).
Mercury, Venus, and Mars all have longer days, both solar and siderial (rotational) days.Each rotation of Mercury takes 58.65 Earth days, Venus takes 243 Earth days, and Mars takes 1.03 Earth days (24.6 hours).There could be exoplanets with a period of rotation longer than our day. The five dwarf pl…
No, it does not. For a planet to have liquid water, it must be the perfect distance from the sun, not so close that it boils away, and not so far that it freezes.There is no liquid water on Mars, it is generally far too cold and the atmospheric pressure is too low. While there are certain places (ne…
Venus has a very strong greenhouse effect. A greenhouse effect is when the gases in the atmosphere trap more of the Sun's heat. A lot of carbon dioxide, a very dense atmosphere, and a thick blanket of clouds help trap the sun's heat. The transfer of heat by atmospheric currents means both the night …
210 degrees F w/factory thermostat
If it has a factory thermostat, it will be around 210 degrees F. Without it, it should be around 160 or so. That is if everything is normal.
Mercury has an iron-nickel core.
if my math is right Pluto is 2,907,000,000 miles . But it is not always that far because Pluto's orbit is in a oval shape.
They traveled by foot with a horse pulling a Conestoga wagon this wagon carried the colonists stuff.
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Water on Mars: Not free flowing water. But images returned from NASA space missions suggest that water used to flow as you can see dry river beds on the surface of the planet. From images and techniques used to measure Ice levels on earth, it appears that at the polar extremes of the planet there ar…
yes it has water in it...
Although Mercury is the closest planet to the sun, it is only the second hottest planet after Venus. Venus is the hottest as the thick Carbon Dioxide atmosphere holds the heat more effectively, while Mercury has no atmosphere.
The distance from the Earth to Mars is constantly changing as both
planets orbit the Sun in different orbits and at different speeds.
As of Jaunary 14, 2014 at about 4:5 PM Pacific time, Mars is about
1.22449 AU, and closing. That's about 113,823,456 miles. But the
Earth is catching up, because th…
I am his daughter. What do you need to know? I have one of his pictures that he drew called The Compleat Golfer and want to know how much it is worth.
There isn't a tenth planet in the Solar System. There are 8 planets in the Solar System: MercuryVenusEarthMarsJupiterSaturnUranusNeptune In addition to the 8 planets, there are 5 dwarf planets: CeresPlutoHaumeaMakemakeEris Pluto and Ceres were once counted among the planets. Ceres became an asteroi…
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Yes. Earth receives radiation. The atmosphere acts as a filter. The atmosphere of Mars is thinner than Earth. Mars receives radiation also.
That depends on what the bubble is made out of. If you are talking about a soap bubble, no. There is only a virtual atmosphere on Mars - just a bit of this and that floating around. The pressure of just about any amount of gas applied to blow a soap bubble would burst it immediately. The soap film i…
Hydrogen is the most abundant element in the universe.
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Mars is a planet named after the roman god of war; as is the month of march.
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There could be many reasons, she should see a dermatologist. Answer Your mother is no doubt into menopause and her periods have ceased. During menopause the hormones are very touchy and some women can have high estrogen, while others very low. Hormone Replacement can help, but should only be used on…
No simple answer. It depends on the starting weight and how active a person is.
A Martian year is equal to 1.8809 Earth years (686.971 days), or 1 year, 320 days, and 18.2 hours 12 secondsbla bla bla bla bla
It doesn't appear so. There has been no direct observation of orbiting dust rings. However, some scientists have speculated that very tenuous rings exist along the orbital paths of the Martian moons Phobos and Deimos. This is speculated to have caused certain abnormalities in the solar wind, as repo…
Now that scientists and other astronomers believe that Pluto is a dwarf planet which has a satellite, Charon, the last major planet is Neptune.
The distance from Mars to Earth ranges from approximately 54.6 million to 401 million km from Earth, (34 million to 250 million miles). As both planets orbit the sun in an elliptical orbit, they can be sort of "close" and then, at a later time, they can be "distant" from one another. They are close…
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A day is defined as the time it takes the planet to do one complete turn on its axis. A day on Mars is 1.025957 days or 24.622 hours or 24 hours and 37minutes long. Mars is smaller that Earth but its rotational speed is slower than Earth. The rotation period of Mars (one full turn around its axis…
24.62 hours a day24 hours, 39 minutes and 35 seconds. This is so similar to the length of a day on Earth.
AU's to Mars
An astonomical unit is the distance between the Earth and the Sun. You would have to determine the distance between Mars and the Sun and compare it to the earth's to determine that answer.
1 AU = 150 million km = 93 million miles
Mercury 0.38 AU Venus 0.72 AU Earth 1.00…
In the US people commonly say there are 260 weekdays/work days in a year or 2080 work hours in a year based on 52 weeks per year. (260 = 5wkdys/wk*52wks) (2080=40hrs/wk*52wks/yr) However that varies by year.
2008 has 262 weekdays and 366 total days
2009 has 261 weekdays and 365 total days
A mars day is longer. Each Mars rotation takes 24 Earth hours and 39.5 Earth minutes.
A mars day is about 25 hours long.
Yes! See pics here...Of course Mars has mountains! If it has craters, which it does, then it has to have mountains, which it does!http://ssed.gsfc.nasa.gov/tharsis/global_paper.HTMLMars's largest mountain is named Olympus Mons and is the largest one in the solar system.Most of that mountain's slope …
Final moisture of product is very critical in deciding graining of
product over period of time. The other main factor will be storage
More moisture will lead to faster graining.
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Not at all. Mars is much colder than Earth but far warmer Uranus or Neptune. It is, however, the coldest of the Inner planets.
None has been observed so far.
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Mars does have an atmosphere, though it's quite different than ours on Earth. It's composed mostly of carbon dioxide with only negligible amounts of oxygen. Also, the pressure at surface level is roughly 100 times smaller than pressure on Earth's sea level. Mars isn't capable of supporting much den…
To cut a long story short the asteroid belt is quite a distance from Mars.Mars hasn't had a significant liquid water in it's past
Mars was known to the ancients. Aristotle was one of the first to make observations about Mars.
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The size of the Earth is measure in parameters generally, and it is estimated and believed to be measured at around over 40,000km in circumference, and over 500 million km squared in terms of surface area. Its radius is ca. 6350 km.
Yes. In fact, I can see them right now.
Earth. Mars is closer. Earth is the fourth planet from the sun and Mars in the third. Answer: No. Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune. (When I was little we learned "My very elegant mother just sat upon nine porcupines" to remember the order of the planets. Pluto was consi…
No liquid water can exist on Mars, as the surface temperature is too cold.
We (science) doesnt know for sure yet. There could be liquid water deep underground where it is warmer, just as there are deep aquifers on earth.
Mars has two very small satellites that orbit very close to its surface. The first spacecraft to visit Mars was the Mariner 4 back in 1965 and several others have visited since that time.they have 2 satillitesMars has two natural moons orbiting it. Named Phobos and Deimos.
mercury,venus,earth and mars
Mercury is a rocky planet with a huge iron core which makes up a large part of its interior.
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iron and rock
Mars is very high in iron and has a very thin atmosphere that is similar to Earth's.
You should revoice your question, there are two planets that rotate clockwise, Venus and Uranus.
Approximately 59 earth days.
Venus and Uranus rotate "clockwise" as seen from above the ecliptic plane. However, Venus's rotation was actually stopped and reversed, probably by an impact, while Uranus was merely knocked over onto its side, and it continues to spin in the same direction it did when it was formed.
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Venus and Uranus. If viewed from above the Sun's north pole, all of the planets are orbiting in a counter-clockwise direction; but while most planets also rotate counter-clockwise, Venus and Uranus rotate clockwise in "retrograde" rotation. ---------------------------------------------------------…
It appears red because of how hot it is and how close it is to the sun.
A #2 graphite pencil made of wood weighs between 6 and 10 grams. The difference is in the thickness of the wood (cheaper pencils have thinner wood).But it depends on the pencil. There are many different types of pencils that are mainly used in art. There's an HB pencil which is just a regular office…
1 or 2 or 3 years at the max
Quite simply, No.
On Neptune strong winds can reach 2,400 MPH! Hope i could help!!!!!!!
It's the Anti-Theft steering lock. Turn the steering wheel left then right and the key should come out.
A perihelion is the point when a planet, or anything else that could orbit a star, is closest to it, as very few celestial objects , if any, have exactly circular orbits.
Every planet has its own atmospheric gases. The atmosphere around Mars is very different from our own here on Earth. Many scientists do believe that Mars had an oxygenated atmosphere at some point in its past. But now it is too thin, and too cold that far from the Sun. The atmosphere of Mars is mad…
Themis, goddess of justiceTyche (Τύχη), goddess of luck and blind faith, was blind. The Greek word for "luck" is also tyche (τύχη). She was known in Roman culture as Fortuna.
Trade equity and rebates are both forms of "cap cost reduction". The initial capitalized cost (cap cost) would be the selling price of the vehicle. You can add to the cap cost with things such as acquisition fees. You can reduce the cap cost with things like downpayment, rebates and trade equity.
As for the existence of intelligent life on Mars now or in the
past, there has never been any evidence that could support that
conclusion. The same goes for other bodies in our solar system
other than our own planet. Advanced life forms as we know them
require liquid water. Since the mid 1960's, we'…
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The 13 colonies that formed the United States: (New England) Province of New Hampshire Province of Massachusetts Bay Colony of Rhode Island and the Providence Plantations Connecticut Colony (Middle Colonies) Province of New York Province of New Jersey Province of Pennsylvania Delaware Colony (…
Mars is not as close to Earth as Venus is, but it probably is the only planet in oursolar system that we can colonize. But living there won't be simple.Mars is poorly suited for human habitation. There's some ice at the poles and perhapssome water in underground repositories. Gravity is only 38 perc…
it would take about six to seven months
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Many scientists consider the possibility life exists elsewhere in our universe (and more particularly even within our own galaxy) quite likely. A few do not think it is likely.