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    Ile d’Oleron – Chassiron ratings

    Quality on a good day: 3.0

    Consistency of Surf: 3.8

    Difficulty Level: 5.0

    Wind and Kite Surfing: 2.3

    Crowds: 3.3

    Overall: 3.4

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    Ile d’Oleron – Chassiron Surf Forecast

    / Charente Maritime (28 surf breaks) /

      France  (410 surf breaks)

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    Eyeball surf report Recent Eyeball Surf Reports for Charente Maritime

    1. weather stationWind Update The cross-on wind has turned onshore at La Cote Sauvage (light winds from the WNW at Ile d_Oleron Le Chateau dOleron wx 17 km from La Cote Sauvage). 0.7m 10 s period swell from WNW with 0.5m 3 s period wind swell from NNW
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    Moderate

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    Ile d’Oleron – Chassiron Surf Forecast / Charente Maritime / France

    7 Day Weather and Surf, issued 1 pm Sunday 19 Aug 2018 CEST

    Ile d’Oleron – Chassiron surf forecast is for near shore open water. Breaking waves will often be smaller at less exposed spots.

    Today’s Ile d’Oleron – Chassiron sea temperature is 18.6 °C (Statistics for 19 Aug 1981-2005 – mean: 21.2 max: 23.6 min: 19.7 °C)

    48 hr 7 days Charente Maritime
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    Rating
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    00200000000000000000000
    Swell
    Height Map See all maps
    Wave Height (m) & direction (?)
    0.6
    WNW
    0.3
    W
    0.8
    WNW
    0.9
    WNW
    0.7
    W
    0.6
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    0.5
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    0.5
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    0.4
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    0.6
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    0.3
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    0.5
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    1.4
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    1
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    0.8
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    1.2
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    Period(s) (?) 9151312111010988888555771110566
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    Wave
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    Energy (?) 5938218232114714639234611113351361118554329116428884
    Wind
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    25
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    15
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    30
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    40
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    High Tide
    / height (m)
    12:29AM
    3.44
    1:07PM
    3.46
    1:47AM
    3.40
    2:20PM
    3.54
    2:53AM
    3.52
    3:17PM
    3.73
    3:44AM
    3.72
    4:02PM
    3.97
    4:25AM
    3.95
    4:41PM
    4.22
    5:01AM
    4.16
    5:16PM
    4.43
    5:34AM
    4.33
    5:49PM
    4.60
    Low Tide
    / height (m)
    6:10PM
    1.46
    6:46AM
    1.54
    7:30PM
    1.52
    8:01AM
    1.52
    8:40PM
    1.40
    9:03AM
    1.37
    9:34PM
    1.20
    9:50AM
    1.15
    10:17PM
    0.96
    10:30AM
    0.91
    10:54PM
    0.73
    11:05AM
    0.69
    11:28PM
    0.54
    11:39AM
    0.52

    Note: the tide data above is calculated at the surf break location.New forecast is published every 6 hours at www.surf-forecast.com . See detailed tide info and graph

    Offshore winds at Ile d’Oleron – Chassiron blow from the SE.
    Weather Advanced Surf Forecast Local Wavefinder Global Wavefinder
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    High °C
    2020212324232627232626212321161818161718171920
    Low °C
    2019192322222623222622212118161715151717171920
    Chill °C (?)
    2020212324232627232626212321151717151617161820
    Sunrise
    7:117:117:137:157:167:167:18
    Sunset
    9:079:059:029:019:008:588:558:54
    Short Range Forecast: Mostly dry. Warm air temperatures (max 27°C on Tue night, min 19°C on Sun night). Winds increasing (light winds from the NE on Mon morning, fresh winds from the NW by Wed night).Long Range Forecast:Light rain (total 3mm), mostly falling on Sat night. Warm air temperatures (max 23°C on Thu afternoon, min 15°C on Fri night). Winds increasing (light winds from the N on Thu morning, fresh winds from the NW by Fri afternoon).

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    Information about the Ile d’Oleron – Chassiron Surf forecast

    The above surf forecast table for Ile d’Oleron – Chassiron provides essential information for determining whether the surfing conditions will be good over the next 7 days. A general guide to surfing at Ile d’Oleron – Chassiron can be found by selecting the local surf guide option on the grey menu. Our Ile d’Oleron – Chassiron surf forecast is unique since it includes wave energy (power) that defines the real feel of the surf rather than just the height or the period. If you surf the same spot (Ile d’Oleron – Chassiron) regularly then make a mental note of the wave energy from the surf forecast table each time you go. Very soon you may start to choose your surf days based on the wave energy alone combined with our forecast of favourable offshore wind conditions. Our star ratings will help here and of course you will also find the usual wave height and period predictions on our surf forecasts as well as a full break down of the swell components under our advanced users option (to reveal that, click the little Einstein character under the tide times).

    Further information to help with frequently asked questions about our surf forecast for Ile d’Oleron – Chassiron may be found under the help tab on the top menu and also by moving your mouse over the question marks on the surf forecast table itself. Please always bear in mind that the forecast is for near-shore open water and local factors at each surf break influence the actual breaking wave height, such as the beach / reef profile, water depths offshore and shelter.

    Ile d’Oleron – Chassiron is 20 km (12 miles) from the city of La Pallice. If you plan a holiday in Charente Maritime, look for hotels and other accommodation in La Pallice. La Pallice has rooms for a wide range of budgets as well as car hire and transport links.

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    Spotinfo for Chassiron/Oléron


    Data based on our forecast model
    • Sunrise

      7:08
    • Sunset

      21:10
    • Local time


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    • Elevation

      22 m

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    Chassiron/Oléron

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      7:08
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      21:10
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      22 m

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    Sunday, Aug 19

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    02h


    18°


    NNE


    11kts

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    19° C
    1021hpa


    288°


    WNW

    0.7m
    10 s

    4.5
    m

    05h


    35°


    NE


    9kts

    max 10kts

    0%

    18° C
    1021hpa


    288°


    WNW

    0.6m
    10 s

    05:31
    2.4
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    37°


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    1021hpa


    288°


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    3.6
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    1022hpa


    288°


    WNW

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    4.7
    m

    14h


    305°


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    0%

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    1022hpa


    287°


    WNW

    0.5m
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    12:51
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    21° C
    1021hpa


    286°


    WNW

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    18:04
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    20h


    316°


    NW


    14kts

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    0%

    20° C
    1020hpa


    285°


    WNW

    0.7m
    9 s

    3.3
    m

    23h


    337°


    NNW


    12kts

    max 15kts

    0%

    20° C
    1021hpa


    290°


    WNW

    0.8m
    8 s

    4.5
    m

    Monday, Aug 20

    Wind
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    02h


    356°


    N


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    0%

    20° C
    1021hpa


    274°


    W

    0.7m
    12 s

    01:29
    4.8
    m

    05h


    14°


    NNE


    7kts

    max 8kts

    0%

    19° C
    1020hpa


    271°


    W

    0.7m
    12 s

    3.2
    m

    08h


    41°


    NE


    6kts

    max 6kts

    0%

    19° C
    1020hpa


    267°


    W

    0.7m
    13 s

    06:38
    2.6
    m

    11h


    46°


    NE


    4kts

    max 5kts

    5%

    21° C
    1021hpa


    266°


    W

    0.8m
    13 s

    4.3
    m

    14h


    309°


    NW


    7kts

    max 8kts

    4%

    22° C
    1020hpa


    269°


    W

    0.8m
    12 s

    14:00
    4.8
    m

    17h


    314°


    NW


    12kts

    max 14kts

    4%

    22° C
    1019hpa


    268°


    W

    0.8m
    12 s

    3.6
    m

    20h


    332°


    NNW


    12kts

    max 14kts

    3%

    22° C
    1018hpa


    272°


    W

    0.9m
    11 s

    19:19
    2.6
    m

    23h


    345°


    NNW


    11kts

    max 14kts

    0%

    21° C
    1019hpa


    270°


    W

    0.9m
    11 s

    4.0
    m

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    Tuesday, Aug 21

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    02h


    13°


    NNE


    9kts

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    0%

    21° C
    1018hpa


    269°


    W

    0.8m
    11 s

    02:34
    4.8
    m

    05h


    44°


    NE


    8kts

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    0%

    20° C
    1017hpa


    273°


    W

    0.8m
    10 s

    4.0
    m

    08h


    53°


    NE


    8kts

    max 9kts

    0%

    20° C
    1017hpa


    272°


    W

    0.7m
    10 s

    07:53
    2.7
    m

    11h


    40°


    NE


    6kts

    max 7kts

    0%

    21° C
    1018hpa


    271°


    W

    0.7m
    10 s

    3.9
    m

    14h


    314°


    NW


    6kts

    max 7kts

    0%

    23° C
    1016hpa


    270°


    W

    0.6m
    10 s

    14:57
    4.9
    m

    17h


    309°


    NW


    14kts

    max 16kts

    0%

    24° C
    1015hpa


    274°


    W

    0.6m
    9 s

    4.3
    m

    20h


    333°


    NNW


    14kts

    max 17kts

    0%

    24° C
    1014hpa


    274°


    W

    0.7m
    9 s

    20:32
    2.5
    m

    23h


    15°


    NNE


    13kts

    max 15kts

    0%

    23° C
    1015hpa


    273°


    W

    0.7m
    9 s

    3.5
    m

    Wednesday, Aug 22

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    02h


    42°


    NE


    12kts

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    0%

    22° C
    1015hpa


    272°


    W

    0.7m
    9 s

    03:27
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    05h


    42°


    NE


    10kts

    max 13kts

    0%

    21° C
    1015hpa


    271°


    W

    0.6m
    9 s

    4.6
    m

    08h


    43°


    NE


    9kts

    max 11kts

    0%

    20° C
    1014hpa


    275°


    W

    0.6m
    9 s

    09:00
    2.5
    m

    11h


    35°


    NE


    6kts

    max 7kts

    0%

    22° C
    1015hpa


    275°


    W

    0.5m
    8 s

    3.2
    m

    14h


    314°


    NW


    9kts

    max 10kts

    0%

    24° C
    1015hpa


    274°


    W

    0.5m
    8 s

    4.8
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    17h


    306°


    NW


    13kts

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    274°


    W

    0.5m
    8 s

    15:43
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    20h


    325°


    NW


    15kts

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    0%

    23° C
    1014hpa


    273°


    W

    0.6m
    8 s

    2.9
    m

    23h


    341°


    NNW


    13kts

    max 16kts

    0%

    22° C
    1014hpa


    275°


    W

    0.7m
    8 s

    21:32
    2.3
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    Thursday, Aug 23

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    Tides

    02h


    355°


    N


    10kts

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    21° C
    1014hpa


    273°


    W

    0.6m
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    4.6
    m

    05h





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    8kts

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    87%

    21° C
    1013hpa


    272°


    W

    0.6m
    8 s

    04:07
    5.1
    m

    08h


    359°


    N


    8kts

    max 9kts

    89%

    20° C
    1013hpa


    273°


    W

    0.5m
    8 s

    3.1
    m

    11h


    333°


    NNW


    7kts

    max 8kts

    64%

    21° C
    1014hpa


    273°


    W

    0.5m
    8 s

    09:53
    2.3
    m

    14h


    301°


    WNW


    12kts

    max 13kts

    47%

    21° C
    1013hpa


    272°


    W

    0.6m
    8 s

    4.7
    m

    17h


    306°


    NW


    17kts

    max 20kts

    43%

    21° C
    1013hpa


    285°


    WNW

    0.8m
    7 s

    16:17
    5.3
    m

    20h


    312°


    NW


    17kts

    max 21kts

    22%

    20° C
    1013hpa


    293°


    WNW

    0.9m
    5 s

    3.4
    m

    23h


    314°


    NW


    15kts

    max 19kts

    0%

    20° C
    1014hpa


    296°


    WNW

    1.0m
    5 s

    22:19
    2.0
    m

    Friday, Aug 24

    Wind
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    Waves
    Tides

    02h


    312°


    NW


    16kts

    max 19kts

    27%

    19° C
    1013hpa


    295°


    WNW

    1.0m
    5 s

    4.4
    m

    05h


    338°


    NNW


    16kts

    max 17kts

    100%

    18° C
    1013hpa


    294°


    WNW

    1.0m
    5 s

    04:37
    5.3
    m

    08h


    351°


    N


    13kts

    max 14kts

    100%

    17° C
    1014hpa


    293°


    WNW

    1.1m
    6 s

    3.6
    m

    11h


    342°


    NNW


    15kts

    max 17kts

    93%

    17° C
    1015hpa


    289°


    WNW

    1.0m
    6 s

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    Micro Monsters with David Attenborough

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    Contents

    • 1 General Information
    • 2 Cover
    • 3 Information
      • 3.1 Conflict
      • 3.2 Predator
      • 3.3 Courtship
      • 3.4 Reproduction
      • 3.5 Family
      • 3.6 Colony
      • 3.7 The Making of Micro Monsters
    • 4 Screenshots
    • 5 Technical Specs
      • 5.1 HDTV
      • 5.2 PDTV
    • 6 Links
      • 6.1 Further Information
      • 6.2 Release Post
      • 6.3 Related Documentaries
      • 6.4 ed2k Links

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    Nature Documentary hosted by David Attenborough ,
    published by BSkyB in 2013
    – English narration

    [ edit ] Cover

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    [ edit ] Information

    Micro Monsters with David Attenborough
    Right beneath our feet is a secret world of disguise and espionage, social networking and courtship, rape and pillage, parenthood and relationships. The terrestrial arthropods – the bugs – are the most dominant animals on our planet. They outnumber us in their hundreds of billions and have survived for 500 million years. They have outlived every catastrophe Earth has thrown at them, seen the dinosaurs come and go and even witnessed our own arrival. They are so intrinsic to the natural world that without them we would struggle to exist. Sir David Attenborough will take you deep into the macroscopic world of bugs that deeply fascinates him. He will uncover their marvellous adaptability from the primitive evolutionary design of the millipede through to the graceful apex predators that exist today. We will descend into the watery depths to witness aquatic battles, explore intricate spider webs and get closer than ever before to the fangs and claws that create this fascinating world.

    [ edit ] Conflict

    David Attenborough employs the latest technologies to explore the violence, rivalries and deadly weaponry existing within the world of bugs. This first episode examines the survival tactics of its terrifying residents including killer ants, trap-setting spiders and beetles with the ability to shoot boiling chemicals at their enemies.

    [ edit ] Predator

    The broadcaster continues his bug-eyed view of the world of creepy-crawlies, revealing how predators defuse the defences of their prey. Highlights include the cockroach wasp, busy preparing a tasty – and very live – treat for its young, the whirligig beetle, which employs a water-based radar system, and the jumping Portia spider, which feeds on other arachnids.

    [ edit ] Courtship

    It’s sexy time with the arthropods! This week David Attenborough takes a look at the courtship rituals of the creatures beneath our feet. But lovebugs won’t want to take tips from these bugs. The male Chilean rose tarantula, for instance, weaves a silk mat; deposits sperm on it, then sucks that sperm into a finger-like appendage near his mouth before he looks for a mate. Then there’s the gruesome, but surprisingly effective, coupling of praying mantis. The cinematography is as amazing as ever, catching the mating battles of tramp ants and providing luminescent footage of the courtship dance of Tanzanian red claw scorpions.

    [ edit ] Reproduction

    A close-up view of sex, bug-style, as David Attenborough talks viewers through the different ways in which creepy-crawlies reproduce. Size matters for the minuscule male orb spider, creepily sneaking up on its intended and trying to mate without her noticing, while there’s no rest for the lothario-like butterfly, which has plenty of notches on its proverbial bedpost. However, the harvestman spider has no use for sex at all, and reproduces by cloning itself.

    [ edit ] Family

    While most of the series has focused on conflict, this episode is all about co-operation. The suitably named social spiders spin one enormous, 30m web for the whole colony, a queen bee rules her hive with a strict hierarchy and some green ants show great team spirit to help build a nest together. There are no broken societies here. David Attenborough shifts the focus to bugs that prefer cooperation rather than conflict. They include burrowing cockroaches, the suitably named social spiders – which share a 30-metre web.

    [ edit ] Colony

    Watching the fascinating display of leafcutter ants at the Natural History Museum in London is one of my favourite ways to while away a few hours, but David Attenborough is operating on a much grander scale here in the last in the series. In Argentina he observes some cousins of the leafcutters who are part of a community so vast it spans an entire continent. It’s one of the mandible-dropping facts in a look at one of the key inventions of arthropods: colonies. From termites and honey bees to the leafcutters, it seems that if you want to get ahead, you move to the big city.

    [ edit ] The Making of Micro Monsters

    A behind-the-scenes special offering an insider’s look at Sir David Attenborough’s innovative series exploring the macroscopic world of bugs. David reveals how the film-makers got up close with the insect and arachnid world for the innovative documentary series

    [ edit ] Screenshots

    [ edit ] Technical Specs

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    • Technical Specs for HDTV
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    • Video: Bitrate: 2660 Kbps
    • Video: Aspect Ratio: 1.778 (16:9)
    • Video: Resolution: 1280 x 720
    • Audio: Codec: AAC LC
    • Audio: Bitrate: 160 Kbps CBR 48KHz
    • Audio: Channels: stereo (2/0)
    • Audio: English
    • Run-Time: 22mins
    • Framerate: 25fps
    • Number of Parts: 7
    • Part Size: 407 MB
    • Container: mp4
    • Source: HDTV
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    [ edit ] PDTV

    • Technical Specs for SD
    • Video Codec: XviD ISO MPEG-4
    • Video Bitrate: 1302 kbps
    • Video Resolution: 720 x 404
    • Video Aspect Ratio: 1.775 (~16:9)
    • Frames Per Second: 25
    • Audio Codec: 0x2000 (Dolby AC3)
    • Audio Bitrate: 128 kb/s 48000 Hz)
    • Audio Streams: stereo (2/0)
    • Audio Languages: English
    • RunTime Per Part: 22.Mins
    • Number Of Parts: 7
    • Part Size: average 214 MB
    • Source: PDTV
    • Encoded by Harry65

    [ edit ] Links

    [ edit ] Further Information

    • www.guardian.co.uk

    [ edit ] Release Post

    • MVGroup.org (torrent)

    [ edit ] Related Documentaries

    • Beetle Queen Conquers Tokyo
    • Spider House (BBC)
    • Hidden Kingdoms
    • David Attenboroughs Natural History Museum Alive
    • Rise of Animals: Triumph of the Vertebrates
    • What’s Killing Our Bees
    • Microcosmos (Blu-ray)
    • Ladybird, Ladybird
    • Bugs
    • Alaskan Bugs on Ice
    • Island of Giant Bugs
    • Bugs: A Rainforest Adventure
    • World’s Biggest and Baddest Bugs
    • Learning to Love the Creepy Crawlies
    • Beetlemania
    • Insect Wars

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    Desert Eagle .50 Action Express Review

    by Joseph von Benedikt
      |  December 4th, 2013

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    Desert Eagle .50 Action Express Being rather a practical sort, my reaction to the big .50 AE Desert Eagle semiauto handgun has always been “Why?” It’s too heavy to carry comfortably, it’s too big to even pretend to conceal it, and it’s much too powerful for the average shooter to fire comfortably. Shooting one rapid-fire is impossible, no matter what Hollywood portrays. Not to mention the fact that .50 AE ammo is expensive—if you can find it.

    While that’s all true, it’s also the most powerful semiauto handgun in the world, at least that I’m aware of. It’s got the good looks of a military Humvee: big, rawboned and very capable. It has the distinction of being almost a legitimate bear stopper—and I mean charge stopper, not just killer. So when offered the chance to review the reintroduced version with a 10-inch barrel, curiosity got the best of me, and I jumped at the chance.

    The Desert Eagle is foundationally different than most semiauto pistols—in myriad ways. It’s gas operated rather than recoil operated. It has a rotating bolt that locks into the breech of the barrel when it goes into battery. The barrel itself is of fixed design, and it’s a complex, machined arrangement with an optic rail on top and gas port and piston housing below.

    Here’s a closer look at each of these unique characteristics. Unlike most semiauto pistols, which harness recoil to function the slide, the Desert Eagle bleeds off a small amount of gas through a port at the bottom of the barrel and harnesses it to drive the action.

    The port is 5.95 inches in front of the breech of the fixed 10-inch barrel and is housed in what I’m going to term an integ­ral gas block. A piston protrudes from the front of the slide assembly, fitting inside that integral gas block when the handgun is in battery. When the pistol is fired, gas bleeds from the barrel after the bullet passes the gas port, acting against the front of the piston and pushing it rearward, causing the slide to retract and the bolt to rotate out of battery.

    A hefty, 1.65-inch wide extractor draws the empty cartridge case from the chamber, and a spring-loaded plunger-type ejector heaves it clear. Dual mainsprings on twin guide rods return the slide forward from the rear of its stroke—the bolt picking up and chambering a fresh round, the locking lugs rotating into battery as the breech closes.

    Rotating bolts with proper locking lugs are used in a few semiauto pistol designs, so the concept is not particularly unusual. What it does for the Desert Eagle is enable the handgun to handle the pressures of the mammoth-dropping .50 AE cartridge safely because it’s a stronger design than that of the more common tilting-barrel lockup.

    The bolt face is rather complex, but in essence it is a three-lug design. A spring-loaded plunger locks the bolt in place when out of battery to prevent it from rotating out of alignment with the lug recesses in the barrel breech. When the slide closes, the rear of the barrel pushes the plunger back into the slide face, allowing the bolt to rotate into battery.

    Fixed barrels have always been touted to have, arguably, advantages in the accuracy department. Without delving too deeply into the debate, I’ll just point out that the Desert Eagle does have a fixed barrel, meaning that the barrel attaches to the frame of the handgun rather than floating in the slide.

    How? The barrel’s integral gas block dovetails around the front end of the slide, and a rotating lever located in the frame just above the front of the trigger guard locks the rear of the barrel solidly into place in a mortise inside the frame. Proponents of fixed barrels, which are also used on the well-known Beretta M9 currently issued to many of our troops, argue that the lack of barrel movement logically leads to greater accuracy.

    A marvel of complex CNC machining, the barrel sports a 1913-type optic rail with nine cross slots and a little more than 4.5 inches of mounting surface; a dovetailed front sight drift adjustable for windage; and of course the gas block/gas port and the intricate machining of the locking lug recess and feed ramp at the breech. It’s a rather impressive bit of engineering and manufacturing.

    Ergonomically, Desert Eagle pistols take some getting used to. For one, the grip is larger than is comfortable for most folks. Hey, if you want to shoot the world’s most powerful semiautomatic handgun, suck it up and accept that fact that it takes a big grip to house a magazine for big cartridges.

    Also, the safety is a big, heavy, rotating lever affair that I find difficult to activate or deactivate when shooting one-handed. Of course, Desert Eagles just aren’t one-handed kind of guns, and the safety is easy to function with the support-hand thumb. It has the added advantage of blocking the firing pin, making it a very strong, reliable safety. It’s ambidextrous, too.

    Technical data from Magnum Research , which makes this particular Desert Eagle, tout the pistol as having comfortable grip dimensions that “…permit rapid, accurate, instinctive shooting.”

    Accurate I’ll accept, but the other two attributes are stretching it pretty thin. In my experience, never have I fired a semiauto more difficult to achieve either rapid fire or instinctive shooting with than the Desert Eagle.

    That is not its cup of tea, and I think Magnum Research’s description does the pistol a disservice. Where the Desert Eagle excels is delivering accurate, tremendously powerful, effective fire downrange. Semiauto pistols that permit rapid fire and instinctive shooting are a dime a dozen; those that deliver like a runaway freight train are not.

    The magazine functions in typical fashion, with a release button just behind the trigger guard on the left side, though the magazine’s sheer size takes some getting used to.

    The slide lock lever drops a locked-back slide on a magazine full of fresh cartridges rather comfortably, but it takes considerable hand strength to accomplish the reverse and lock it open. Four stout mainsprings on dual guide rods must be compressed a full 2.9 inches before the slide lock lever engages. That’s a lot of travel for a semiauto pistol slide.

    A generous grip beavertail extends well rearward, offering some protection from the massive recoil and the crosscut saw-like effect the recoiling slide would have on the web of your hand if caught.

    Trigger weight on my test gun is four pounds, 11 ounces, with about nine ounces of variation over a series of five cycles tested with my Lyman digital trigger pull gauge. Spongy but smooth, it’s actually a pretty usable trigger. Of single-action design, it has neither a decocker nor double-strike capability.

    Both front and rear sights are fixed, dovetailed parts that may be drift-adjusted for windage but have no elevation adjustment. While certainly the most durable setup for a heavy-recoiling handgun, I’d like an elevation-adjustable rear sight—especially on the longer, 10-inch version—to enable me to regulate point of impact and refine downrange precision.

    Mounting an optic, on the other hand, is a cinch thanks to the machined, integral rail atop the barrel. Just be sure it’s an optic that can take the substantial recoil of the .50 AE cartridge.

    I mounted an old, much-loved Leupold Vari-X 2.5-8 EER handgun scope on the 10-inch Desert Eagle for accuracy testing, gathered up several boxes of Hornady .50 AE with a 300-grain XTP/JP bullet (the only ammo type I had available) and headed to the range.

    Rated at 1,475 fps velocity and 1,449 ft.-lbs. of energy from a six-inch barrel, the ammo produced an average 1,626 fps from the 10-inch barrel, which gives a calculated 1,761 ft.-lbs. of energy—impressive figures from a semiauto handgun.

    Though the six-inch Desert Eagle has always been the iconic bad ass of its breed, the 10-inch barrel clearly offers some advantages. Aside from the improved ballistic numbers indicated above, the added weight dampens recoil, and the much-increased sight radius enhances iron-sight accuracy. Were I to choose one for big game hunting, I’d opt for the longer barrel.

    Shooting characteristics are like the Desert Eagle’s ergonomics; they take some getting used to. Recoil is substantial; weight is enough to make unsupported shooting challenging; and muzzle blast is enough to plaster even bushy eyebrows to your forehead. Oh, but it’s fun. Loads and loads of fun.

    Balance of a six-inch Desert Eagle isn’t bad. I can’t really say that about the 10-inch version. It doesn’t point particularly naturally, and it doesn’t feel like an extension of oneself. But boy does it ever settle nice and steady in a supported field position, making it lethal out past where the six-inch gun begins to fade.

    After my accuracy testing was complete, I put up a 10-inch Caldwell Magnum Rifle Gong and stretched the 10-inch .50 AE’s legs. Shooting from the hood of my Chevy shooting bench at 145 yards, I hit the gong several times in a row, to my amazement breaking the chains it swung on and tearing the gong from its stand with the last shot. I’ve shot that gong with a .300 Wby. Mag., and it survived just fine.

    With the gong out of the game, I fired three careful shots at an unscarred target face. The resulting 145-yard group measured less than three inches.

    Throughout my shooting the pistol never hiccupped—though to be fair 100 rounds of only one type of ammo is hardly a down-and-dirty reliability test.

    Carrying the 10-inch Desert Eagle around is challenging. It’s too big to stick in a holster on your belt; it would pop the most loyal of suspender buttons. It won’t fit in most handgun cases, and it has to be disassembled even to fit in the case it comes in. Though I didn’t have one on hand, a big, generous shoulder holster for scoped, long-barreled hunting revolvers would likely be the best option.

    A creative anomaly in a gun genre that doesn’t typically encourage outliers, the Desert Eagle pistol may not be versatile, but it’s got world-class authority. It may not be comfortable to carry or shoot, but it would be mighty comforting when the chips are down and you’re facing something toothy with uncivilized intentions.

    It’s like the classic muscle cars of the ’70s; few car nuts own one, but they all admire them.

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    Wind speed Easy Wind 0.6 m/s
    Humidity 92%
    Precipitationt 0.0 mm
    Cloudst 97%
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    Latitude 32.53° N
    Longitude 75.98° E
    Altitude 1293 m
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    Partly cloudy no precipitation 22 °C0.0 mm98% Calm 0.3 m/s direction Southwest95%752
    16:00
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    18:00
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    19:00
    Rain 21 °C3.7 mm97% Easy Wind 0.5 m/s direction East90%753
    20:00
    Rain 21 °C4.2 mm80% Easy Wind 0.9 m/s direction East92%753
    21:00
    Rain 21 °C1.2 mm95% Easy Wind 0.7 m/s direction East93%752
    22:00
    Rain 20 °C2.0 mm99% Easy Wind 0.8 m/s direction East93%752
    23:00
    Rain 20 °C2.8 mm97% Easy Wind 0.9 m/s direction East94%752
    Tomorrow AtmosphericForecast for Bhanjrau TissaTemperature°CPrecipitationCloudsWindHumidityPressure
    00:00
    Rain 19 °C2.5 mm91% Easy Wind 1.0 m/s direction East92%752
    01:00
    Moderate rain 20 °C1.2 mm45% Easy Wind 1.1 m/s direction East89%752
    02:00
    Partly cloudy no precipitation 22 °C0.0 mm34% Easy Wind 0.8 m/s direction South84%753
    03:00
    Moderate rain 23 °C0.6 mm54% Easy Wind 1.3 m/s direction Southwest79%753
    04:00
    Moderate rain 24 °C0.7 mm61% Easy Wind 1.2 m/s direction West83%753
    05:00
    Moderate rain 25 °C0.3 mm91% Easy Wind 1.8 m/s direction West83%753
    06:00
    Rain 25 °C2.1 mm93% Easy Wind 2.2 m/s direction West80%753
    07:00
    Rain 24 °C6.0 mm81% Easy Wind 2.3 m/s direction Southwest83%753
    08:00
    Rain 25 °C5.5 mm97% Easy Wind 2.4 m/s direction Southwest82%752
    09:00
    Rain 23 °C4.5 mm99% Easy Wind 1.9 m/s direction Southwest84%753
    10:00
    Rain 23 °C3.4 mm99% Calm 0.4 m/s direction NorthWest85%753
    11:00
    Rain 23 °C0.5 mm100% Easy Wind 1.2 m/s direction North85%752
    12:00
    Partly cloudy no precipitation 23 °C0.0 mm99% Easy Wind 1.0 m/s direction North84%751
    13:00
    Partly cloudy no precipitation 23 °C0.0 mm100% Easy Wind 1.0 m/s direction NorthEast86%751
    14:00
    Partly cloudy no precipitation 22 °C0.0 mm99% Easy Wind 0.9 m/s direction East89%751
    15:00
    Partly cloudy no precipitation 22 °C0.0 mm98% Easy Wind 0.5 m/s direction SouthEast88%751
    16:00
    Partly cloudy no precipitation 21 °C0.0 mm96% Easy Wind 1.0 m/s direction South90%752
    17:00
    Partly cloudy no precipitation 21 °C0.0 mm91% Easy Wind 0.8 m/s direction SouthEast92%753
    18:00
    Partly cloudy no precipitation 21 °C0.0 mm81% Easy Wind 0.6 m/s direction East93%754
    19:00
    Partly cloudy no precipitation 21 °C0.0 mm46% Easy Wind 0.5 m/s direction East92%754
    20:00
    Partly cloudy no precipitation 21 °C0.0 mm59% Calm 0.4 m/s direction East92%753
    21:00
    Cloudy Sky Rain 20 °C0.0 mm14% Calm 0.4 m/s direction East92%753
    22:00
    Clear no precipitation 20 °C0.0 mm7% Calm 0.4 m/s direction East91%753
    23:00
    Clear no precipitation 20 °C0.0 mm12% Easy Wind 0.5 m/s direction East90%753
    Sunday 19.08.2018 AtmosphericForecast for Bhanjrau TissaTemperature°CPrecipitationCloudsWindHumidityPressure
    00:00
    Clear no precipitation 19 °C0.0 mm9% Easy Wind 0.5 m/s direction East88%752
    01:00
    Clear no precipitation 20 °C0.0 mm7% Calm 0.2 m/s direction East89%753
    02:00
    Clear no precipitation 22 °C0.0 mm13% Calm 0.3 m/s direction West88%753
    03:00
    Cloudy sky Rain 23 °C0.0 mm15% Easy Wind 0.7 m/s direction West84%753
    04:00
    Cloudy sky Rain 24 °C0.0 mm38% Easy Wind 1.1 m/s direction West78%753
    05:00
    Moderate rain 25 °C0.3 mm48% Easy Wind 1.8 m/s direction Southwest77%753
    06:00
    Moderate rain 25 °C0.4 mm50% Easy Wind 2.0 m/s direction West82%753
    07:00
    Moderate rain 25 °C0.8 mm60% Easy Wind 2.3 m/s direction West83%753
    08:00
    Moderate rain 25 °C0.9 mm35% Easy Wind 1.9 m/s direction West80%752
    09:00
    Moderate rain 26 °C0.4 mm27% Easy Wind 1.5 m/s direction West77%751
    10:00
    Cloudy sky Rain 25 °C0.0 mm29% Easy Wind 1.8 m/s direction West76%751
    11:00
    Cloudy sky Rain 25 °C0.0 mm21% Easy Wind 1.3 m/s direction West79%750
    12:00
    Cloudy sky Rain 25 °C0.0 mm25% Easy Wind 1.2 m/s direction West81%750
    13:00
    Partly cloudy no precipitation 24 °C0.0 mm80% Easy Wind 1.3 m/s direction West83%750
    14:00
    Partly cloudy no precipitation 23 °C0.0 mm44% Easy Wind 0.7 m/s direction West92%750
    15:00
    Partly cloudy no precipitation 23 °C0.0 mm62% Calm 0.4 m/s direction South93%751
    16:00
    Partly cloudy no precipitation 22 °C0.0 mm66% Easy Wind 0.5 m/s direction East95%752
    17:00
    Moderate rain 22 °C0.2 mm91% Easy Wind 0.6 m/s direction SouthEast93%752
    18:00
    Rain 22 °C0.9 mm100% Easy Wind 0.6 m/s direction SouthEast93%753
    19:00
    Rain 21 °C0.9 mm99% Easy Wind 0.5 m/s direction East93%752
    20:00
    Rain 21 °C0.5 mm100% Calm 0.4 m/s direction East94%752
    21:00
    Rain 21 °C0.9 mm91% Easy Wind 0.6 m/s direction East93%752
    22:00
    Moderate rain 21 °C0.7 mm76% Easy Wind 0.6 m/s direction East93%752
    23:00
    Moderate rain 21 °C0.2 mm39% Easy Wind 0.5 m/s direction East91%752
    Monday 20.08.2018 AtmosphericForecast for Bhanjrau TissaTemperature°CPrecipitationCloudsWindHumidityPressure
    00:00
    Cloudy Sky Rain 21 °C0.0 mm24% Easy Wind 0.7 m/s direction East91%752
    01:00
    Cloudy sky Rain 21 °C0.0 mm22% Easy Wind 0.5 m/s direction East90%752
    02:00
    Cloudy sky Rain 22 °C0.0 mm13% Calm 0.3 m/s direction South88%753
    03:00
    Cloudy sky Rain 24 °C0.0 mm45% Easy Wind 0.9 m/s direction Southwest84%753
    04:00
    Moderate rain 24 °C0.2 mm48% Easy Wind 1.8 m/s direction Southwest82%754
    05:00
    Moderate rain 25 °C0.4 mm49% Easy Wind 1.9 m/s direction Southwest79%754
    06:00
    Moderate rain 26 °C0.5 mm61% Easy Wind 2.0 m/s direction Southwest78%754
    12:00
    25 °C mm38% Easy Wind 1.2 m/s direction NorthWest80%752
    18:00
    Rain 22 °C0.5 mm98% Calm 0.2 m/s direction East93%753
    Tuesday 21.08.2018 AtmosphericForecast for Bhanjrau TissaTemperature°CPrecipitationCloudsWindHumidityPressure
    00:00
    Partly cloudy no precipitation 20 °C0.0 mm83% Easy Wind 0.5 m/s direction East91%752
    06:00
    Rain 25 °C1.3 mm98% Easy Wind 2.2 m/s direction Southwest93%754
    12:00
    Rain 24 °C2.3 mm87% Easy Wind 0.9 m/s direction West94%751
    18:00
    Rain 22 °C2.1 mm98% Calm 0.3 m/s direction SouthEast92%753
    Wednesday 22.08.2018 AtmosphericForecast for Bhanjrau TissaTemperature°CPrecipitationCloudsWindHumidityPressure
    00:00
    Rain 21 °C6.5 mm99% Calm 0.4 m/s direction SouthEast92%751
    06:00
    Rain 24 °C6.8 mm95% Easy Wind 2.1 m/s direction Southwest90%753
    12:00
    Rain 24 °C5.6 mm90% Easy Wind 1.0 m/s direction Southwest86%751
    18:00
    Rain 21 °C1.9 mm100% Easy Wind 0.5 m/s direction East96%753
    Thursday 23.08.2018 AtmosphericForecast for Bhanjrau TissaTemperature°CPrecipitationCloudsWindHumidityPressure
    00:00
    Rain 21 °C11.5 mm100% Easy Wind 0.6 m/s direction South96%752
    06:00
    Rain 23 °C32.7 mm100% Easy Wind 1.0 m/s direction West87%754
    12:00
    Rain 22 °C6.8 mm98% Easy Wind 1.2 m/s direction Southwest92%753
    18:00
    Rain 21 °C6.1 mm99% Easy Wind 0.8 m/s direction East95%754
    Friday 24.08.2018 AtmosphericForecast for Bhanjrau TissaTemperature°CPrecipitationCloudsWindHumidityPressure
    00:00
    Rain 21 °C3.2 mm93% Easy Wind 0.5 m/s direction East84%753
    06:00
    Moderate rain 25 °C0.6 mm59% Easy Wind 1.9 m/s direction West76%754
    12:00
    Moderate rain 24 °C3.8 mm81% Easy Wind 1.2 m/s direction West85%752
    18:00
    Moderate rain 20 °C1.2 mm86% Calm 0.4 m/s direction East96%754
    Saturday 25.08.2018 AtmosphericForecast for Bhanjrau TissaTemperature°CPrecipitationCloudsWindHumidityPressure
    00:00
    Cloudy Sky Rain 19 °C0.0 mm36% Easy Wind 0.9 m/s direction East84%753
    06:00
    Partly cloudy no precipitation 25 °C0.0 mm51% Easy Wind 2.2 m/s direction Southwest81%754
    12:00
    Moderate rain 24 °C1.6 mm84% Easy Wind 1.1 m/s direction NorthWest83%752
    18:00
    Moderate rain 21 °C0.9 mm18% Easy Wind 0.8 m/s direction East92%753
    Sunday 26.08.2018 AtmosphericForecast for Bhanjrau TissaTemperature°CPrecipitationCloudsWindHumidityPressure
    00:00
    Clear no precipitation 21 °C0.0 mm11% Easy Wind 0.8 m/s direction SouthEast76%752
    06:00
    Partly cloudy no precipitation 25 °C0.0 mm56% Easy Wind 1.9 m/s direction West78%753
    12:00
    Moderate rain 24 °C0.8 mm36% Easy Wind 1.2 m/s direction West83%751
    18:00
    Moderate rain 21 °C0.7 mm24% Easy Wind 0.6 m/s direction East92%753
    Monday 27.08.2018 AtmosphericForecast for Bhanjrau TissaTemperature°CPrecipitationCloudsWindHumidityPressure
    00:00
    Clear no precipitation 19 °C0.0 mm9% Easy Wind 0.8 m/s direction East84%752
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        News & Events

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        While you were enjoying the beach or relaxing at home, we have been hard at work here at Cyber High!  Soon our new portal will launch and you have probably seen our new courses with over 600 unique courses to choose from!!!  Cyber High is better than ever and we thank you for your time and commitment.  We couldn’t do all this without you, our family.

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        Our Mission


        Cyber High School is an alternative high school serving students that are behind in credits, that strives to blend core education with technology to prepare students for career and college success.

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        Vision


        The vision for Cyber High School is one of high academic achievement for all online students within a safe learning environment and to equip students for the choices and challenges of living and working in an ever changing, fast paced, technological society.

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        Goals


        • High academic achievement for all learners.
        • Help Students who are behind in credits catch up.
        • Create and maintain a safe and orderly campus.
        • Work to assure that students meet, or exceed, the academic standards set forth by the state of Arizona and Cyber High School.
        • Establish and foster a strong and positive bond with the parents and families that comprise our community.
        • Model and teach the attributes of integrity, self-discipline, perseverance, honesty, and respect for other people and the environment.

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        Individualized Support


        Cyber High School is different from other charter schools in the West Valley because we offer individualized support from day one.  You have access to classes 24/7, any where in the world.  You also get tutoring, one on one teaching, and even traditional lessons in one of our break-out rooms.

        Growth Now and For  Later


        It’s simple. We individualize a course of study for you and your goals!  While we prepare you for college or a trade school, we also offer electives, internships, and training to help you get employed on your schedule.  Our current IT intern, for example, will graduate college with the skills, job history, and certifications to make over $40,000 a year.

        College Bound and AP Programs


        All schools offer some form of AP program, ours includes Art, Academics, and Citizenship.  This allows our students to graduate with impressive skills and credentials colleges are looking for.  Not only can you take AP courses, but you get discounts on future college enrollment with our partnerships!

        Campus Hours


        Our highly praised learning center is open most days of the year from 7:00 AM to 5:00 PM.  We are traditionally closed on the weekends to support community events, allow time for infrastructure improvements, and other activities.  Summer hours will be different.  To learn about these times and days, call us a (623) 907-2661 option 1.

        Getting To Us


        We are a 35 minute car ride from anywhere in the valley!  From Phoenix take the 10, Westbound to L.A. and merge on to the 101-North.  Exit left on Indian School and we are only a block away.  Look for the flag, you’ll see us from the freeway.

        Campus Tours


        We are more than happy to schedule campus tours of our learning center with parents, group-home administrators, and other organizations.  Please reach out with requests at (623) 907-2661.

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        Online Courses


        Cyber High School offers hybrid online courses with a personal touch.  We use highly qualified teachers to support students through an online curriculum.  This curriculum is often supplemented or replaced with in-person one-on-one tutoring or teaching, as well as regular classroom teaching for those who want to visit our campus.  In addition to your activities in the building, our curriculum is available at any time, online, from around the world.  Many students find this to be a great option for credit recovery, graduating early, or preparing for life by going to college earlier!

        Available Now


        We are constantly enrolling students to our online high school in Arizona.  You have the option of completing your enrollment online or in-person.  Prior to starting your classes, you will have an intake with one of our administrators to make sure that we develop an Individualized Learning Plan specifically based on your goals and interests.  After that, the rest is a piece of cake!

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        Technology Services


        Arizona Prep. runs the most advanced computer-based learning lab in the state of Arizona.  We have some of the fastest wired networking possible and a new wireless mesh AP system that allows students with laptops to travel without losing signal or connection.  We also offer support for students who want to work at home!  Students are welcome to schedule a time to bring in their laptop and receive free IT support.  We don’t want anything to stand between you and your diploma.

        Campus Lab


        Our lab hosts the most robust and advanced computing technology ever deployed in an Arizona charter school.  In addition to outside hosting services, we host our own content pieces, making lessons and activities load in less than a second!  We are also in the process of developing a lab for students wishing to learn about programming, computer repair, and networking.  This will eventually lead to certification as an A+, Network+, and Security+ technician.

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        Student Advisory


        Student Advisory is Arizona Preparatory Academy’s version of Student Council.  Members of the SAC have planned fundraisers, trips to California (yay Six Flags!!), and even Prom.  Our SAC members represent the student body to the administrative team, are included in the selection of classes, and have input on everything done at Arizona Prep.  Without this dedicated team we would be just an average school.  Thanks Frank, Josh, Emily, Misael, Angel, Dashawnee, and Uness!  Don’t think that just because you are a Cyber student you are left out!  Our SAC loves working to involve everyone!

        Health and Wellness


        In response to student concerns about weight, peer pressure, and emotional distress Arizona Prep. began offering the student wellness club in 2016.  This club serves as a venue for self-improvement and realization.  We understand that the social aspects of high school can be difficult, so this group of students works together to develop a positive school culture based on healthy living, healthy choices, and respect for their bodies, minds, and emotions.  If you are a Cyber High School student and would like to join, call the office at (623) 907+2661.


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        Instrument Approach Systems – SDF, LDA, and MLS


        Navigation Systems

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        Simplified Directional Facility (SDF)

        The simplified directional facility (SDF) provides a final approach course similar to the ILS localizer. The SDF course may or may not be aligned with the runway and the course may be wider than a standard ILS localizer, resulting in less precision. Usable off-course indications are limited to 35° either side of the course centerline. Instrument indications in the area between 35° and 90° from the course centerline are not controlled and should be disregarded.

         

        The SDF must provide signals sufficient to allow satisfactory operation of a typical aircraft installation within a sector which extends from the center of the SDF antenna system to distances of 18 NM covering a sector 10° either side of centerline up to an angle 7° above the horizontal. The angle of convergence of the final approach course and the extended runway centerline must not exceed 30°. Pilots should note this angle since the approach course originates at the antenna site, and an approach continued beyond the runway threshold would lead the aircraft to the SDF offset position rather than along the runway centerline.

        The course width of the SDF signal emitted from the transmitter is fixed at either 6° or 12°, as necessary, to provide maximum flyability and optimum approach course quality. A three-letter identifier is transmitted in code on the SDF frequency; there is no letter “I” (two dots) transmitted before the station identifier, as there is with the LOC. For example, the identifier for Lebanon, Missouri, SDF is LBO.

        Localizer Type Directional Aid (LDA)

        The localizer type directional aid (LDA) is of comparable utility and accuracy to a localizer but is not part of a complete ILS. The LDA course width is between 3° and 6° and thus provides a more precise approach course than an SDF installation. Some LDAs are equipped with a GS. The LDA course is not aligned with the runway, but straight-in minimums may be published where the angle between the runway centerline and the LDA course does not exceed 30°. If this angle exceeds 30°, only circling minimums are published. The identifier is three letters preceded by “I” transmitted in code on the LDA frequency. For example, the identifier for Van Nuys, California, LDA is I-BUR.

         

        Microwave Landing System (MLS)

        The microwave landing system (MLS) provides precision navigation guidance for exact alignment and descent of aircraft on approach to a runway. It provides azimuth, elevation, and distance. Both lateral and vertical guidance may be displayed on conventional course deviation indicators or incorporated into multipurpose flight deck displays. Range information can be displayed by conventional DME indicators and also incorporated into multipurpose displays. [Figure 9-40]

        Figure 9-40. MLS coverage volumes, 3-D representation.

        Figure 9-40. MLS coverage volumes, 3-D representation.

        The system may be divided into five functions, which are approach azimuth, back azimuth, approach elevation, range; and data communications. The standard configuration of MLS ground equipment includes an azimuth station to perform functions as indicated above. In addition to providing azimuth navigation guidance, the station transmits basic data, which consists of information associated directly with the operation of the landing system, as well as advisory data on the performance of the ground equipment.

        Approach Azimuth Guidance

        The azimuth station transmits MLS angle and data on one of 200 channels within the frequency range of 5031 to 5091 MHz. The equipment is normally located about 1,000 feet beyond the stop end of the runway, but there is considerable flexibility in selecting sites. For example, for heliport operations the azimuth transmitter can be collocated with the elevation transmitter. The azimuth coverage extends laterally at least 40° on either side of the runway centerline in a standard configuration, in elevation up to an angle of 15° and to at least 20,000 feet, and in range to at least 20 NM.

        MLS requires separate airborne equipment to receive and process the signals from what is normally installed in general aviation aircraft today. It has data communications capability, and can provide audible information about the condition of the transmitting system and other pertinent data such as weather, runway status, etc. The MLS transmits an audible identifier consisting of four letters beginning with the letter M, in Morse code at a rate of at least six per minute. The MLS system monitors itself and transmits ground-to-air data messages about the system’s operational condition. During periods of routine or emergency maintenance, the coded identification is missing from the transmissions. At this time there are only a few systems installed.

         

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