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Automobile speedometer, measuring speed in miles per hour on the outer track, and kilometres per hour on the inner track.

The mile per hour is a unit of speed, measured in Imperial units expressing the number of international miles covered per hour.

It is currently the unit used for speed limits, and speeds, on roads in the United Kingdom and United States. It is also used to express the speed of delivery of a ball in various sporting events, such as cricket, tennis, and baseball at the higher levels of competition. A common abbreviation is mph or MPH.

In the International System of Units (SI), the unit of speed or velocity is m/s. Road traffic speeds, in most countries, are quoted in km/h. Nautical and aeronautical applications, however, favor the knot as a common unit of speed: one knot is one nautical mile per hour.


1 mph is equal to:

When converting miles per hour to another unit of measurement, or vice versa, it helps to know exactly how miles and hours are related to other units of distance and time, respectively. For example, 1 mile is equal to 5,280 feet, 1,760 yards, or 1,609.344 meters. Likewise, 1 hour is equal to 60 minutes, or 3,600 seconds.

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Metroid Prime Hunters
Box artwork for Metroid Prime Hunters.
Developer(s) NST
Publisher(s) Nintendo
Designer(s) Masamichi Abe, Richard Vorodi
Release date(s)
Genre(s) FPS
System(s) Nintendo DS
Players 1-4
ESRB: Teen
PEGI: Ages 12+
CERO: All ages
OFLC: Mature
Preceded by First Hunt
Followed by Metroid Prime 3
Series Metroid
For the pre-release demo, see Metroid Prime Hunters: First Hunt.

Metroid Prime Hunters is based on Metroid Prime for the GameCube developed by Retro Studios, and takes place between Metroid Prime and Metroid Prime 2: Echoes. This time there are six other bounty hunters all fighting Samus over the alimbics, which are said to hold ultimate power. Metroid Prime Hunters features a relatively lengthy single player mode, wireless single-cart and multi-card multiplayer, and a four player Wi-Fi mode.

In the distant reaches of space, beyond the territories controlled by the Galactic Federation, is the Tetra Galaxy, once home to a mighty race known as the Alimbics. An advanced civilization, peaceful, prosperous, and powerful, the Alimbics maintained stability over the region forcefully but judiciously. They reigned over a vast region known as the Alimbic Cluster.

One day, perhaps thousands of years ago, perhaps tens of thousands, they simply disappeared, leaving behind artifacts scattered across the Alimbic Cluster, all protected by a lethal arsenal of the Alimbics' most advanced weaponry.

Today, for the first time in centuries, the long-dormant Alimbic Cluster has begun to stir, delivering strange tidings. A telepathic communiqué, originating within the Cluster, has been transmitted into the brains of some of the most exceptional beings in our galaxy. The message is translated into a thousand different languages on a thousand different worlds, but the message is always the same: "The secret to ultimate power lies in the Alimbic Cluster."

This message has intrigued and enticed some of the most formidable bounty hunters in the galaxy, inspiring them to make the long journey to the Alimbic Cluster. Each of these great warriors has his own motivations – while others simply desire to hunt and kill, to prove themselves the best bounty hunters in the galaxy. Now it's a race against time to see which bounty hunter will triumph and who will find the secret behind this promise of "ultimate power".

The Galactic Federation has heeded this strange, suspicious communication as well, and has called for the help of Samus Aran.

Her mission: to discover the truth about this mysterious message, to protect against a potential threat, and to keep the ultimate power of the Alimbics from falling into the wrong hands.

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