This is a video documenting a voyage on the Russian icebreaker 'Kapitan Khlebnikov' across the icy Northeast Passage and beyond from Anadyr, Russia to Longyearbyen, Svalbard. In total, 4,691 nautical miles (8,687 km) were covered over 23 days. You might also enjoy some of my other films of icebreaker voyages: - "Icebreaker Voyage to Emperor Penguins in Antarctica" (https://youtu.be/v_wDwclu9vc) - "Sailing the Northwest Passage" (https://youtu.be/IsR-3rfN5-A) - "Voyage to North Pole on Nuclear Icebreaker '50 Years of Victory'" (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BRRy6t5K3R4) **** Table of Contents **** --- Russian Far East (Дальний Восток России) --- 00:00:11 Route of voyage across the Russian Arctic 00:01:39 Beluga whales, seal and fishermen catching salmon in Anadyr River (Ана́дырь) 00:05:28 Tour around the Russian icebreaker 'Kapitan Khlebnikov' (Капитан Хлебников) 00:09:33 landing at 'Whalebone Alley' on Yttygran Island (Итыгран) --- Northeast Passage (Северный морской путь) --- 00:11:41 view of Cape Dezhnev (Мыс Дежнева) 00:13:40 landing on Kolyuchin Island (остров Колючин) 00:17:43 herd of walrus on ice floe 00:18:42 Arctic ice coverage in summertime 00:19:02 breaking ice in Chukchi Sea (Чукотское море) 00:19:37 polar bear swimming in Chukchi Sea 00:20:36 Wrangel Island (Остров Врангеля) 00:21:41 polar bear off Wrangel Island 00:23:55 1st landing on Wrangel Island at Cape Thomas 00:27:49 2nd landing on Wrangel Island at old weather station 00:31:34 mother polar bear and cub off Wrangel Island 00:31:54 3rd landing on Wrangel Island at Cape Blossom 00:36:42 polar bear in Chukchi Sea 00:39:31 mother polar bear and cub in Chukchi Sea 00:40:15 landing on Ayon Island (Остров Айон) 00:45:17 landing on Vilkitskiy Island (Остров Вилькицкого) 00:47:53 landing on Belkovskiy Island (Остров Белковский) 00:52:16 breaking heavy ice in Laptev Sea (море Лаптевых) 00:52:22 flying around ship whilst it is breaking ice in Laptev Sea 00:57:12 mother polar bear and cub in Laptev Sea 00:58:02 icebreaker stopped by ice and reversing 00:58:44 landing at Cape Papanin on Taimyr Peninsula (Таймыр) 01:00:23 passing by Cape Chelyuskin (Мыс Челюскин), the northernmost place in Eurasia 01:01:45 landing at Solnechnaya Bay in Severnaya Zemlya (Северная Земля) 01:03:16 meeting convoy lead by the Russian nuclear icebreaker Yamal (ямал) 01:04:40 landing in Mack Bay, Novaya Zemlya (Новая Земля) 01:06:53 polar swim in Mack Bay (мак залив) --- Franz Josef Land (Земля Франца-Иосифа) --- 01:08:59 Cape Tegetthof (Мыс Тегетхофф) on Hall Island (Остров Галля) 01:09:34 mother polar bear and cub at Cape Tegetthof 01:11:53 helicopter flight over glacier along Negri Strait (Пролив Негри) 01:15:09 BBQ in Negri Strait 01:15:30 Champ Island (Остров Чамп) 01:16:50 famous stone balls on Champ Island 01:18:42 walking up glacier 01:19:40 polar swim in Arctic water at Champ Island 01:23:10 Hooker Island (остров Гукера) 01:23:16 Bukhta Tikhaya Polar Station 01:23:50 view of Polar Station from the bay 01:25:06 view of Rubini Rock from Polar Station 01:26:16 Tikhaya Bay Post Office (Почта) 01:26:45 Rubini Rock seabird cliffs (Скала Рубини) 01:27:52 bowhead whale 01:28:07 Northbrook Island (Остров Нортбрук) 01:28:45 visit to walrus haulout on Northbrook Island --- Murmansk (Мурманск) --- 01:32:10 pilot boards ship in Murmansk Fjord 01:32:42 meeting Russian nuclear-powered ballistic missile submarine 01:33:22 Northern Fleet Base at Severomorsk (Северомо́рск) 01:33:59 aircraft carrier 'Admiral Kuznetsov' 01:34:51 RosAtomflot (Росатомфлот) nuclear icebreakers 01:35:33 activity at Murmansk coal dock 01:36:14 'Defenders of the Soviet Arctic' Memorial (Защитникам Советского Заполярья в годы Великой Отечественной войны) 01:36:23 views around Murmansk (Мурманск) 01:36:42 Airborne Forces Day activities (Воздушно-десантные войска) 01:37:29 military display by Northern Fleet Naval Infantry (Морская пехота) --- Svalbard --- 01:39:50 Svalbard __________________________________________________________________ Note: Travelogues and more videos available at http://travelogues.x10.mx/ and my YouTube channel (https://www.youtube.com/user/tletter).
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This is an audio version of the Wikipedia Article: Laptev Sea Listening is a more natural way of learning, when compared to reading. Written language only began at around 3200 BC, but spoken language has existed long ago. Learning by listening is a great way to: - increases imagination and understanding - improves your listening skills - improves your own spoken accent - learn while on the move - reduce eye strain Now learn the vast amount of general knowledge available on Wikipedia through audio (audio article). You could even learn subconsciously by playing the audio while you are sleeping! If you are planning to listen a lot, you could try using a bone conduction headphone, or a standard speaker instead of an earphone. You can find other Wikipedia audio articles too at: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCuKfABj2eGyjH3ntPxp4YeQ In case you don't find one that you were looking for, put a comment. This video uses Google TTS en-US-Standard-D voice. SUMMARY ======= The Laptev Sea (Russian: мо́ре Ла́птевых, tr. more Laptevykh; Sakha: Лаптевтар байҕаллара) is a marginal sea of the Arctic Ocean. It is located between the northern coast of Siberia, the Taimyr Peninsula, Severnaya Zemlya and the New Siberian Islands. Its northern boundary passes from the Arctic Cape to a point with co-ordinates of 79°N and 139°E, and ends at the Anisiy Cape. The Kara Sea lies to the west, the East Siberian Sea to the east. The sea is named after the Russian explorers Dmitry Laptev and Khariton Laptev; formerly, it had been known under various names, the last being Nordenskiöld Sea (Russian: мо́ре Норденшёльда), after explorer Adolf Erik Nordenskiöld. The sea has a severe climate with temperatures below 0 °C (32 °F) over more than 9 months per year, low water salinity, scarcity of flora, fauna and human population, and low depths (mostly less than 50 meters). It is frozen most of the time, though generally clear in August and September. The sea shores were inhabited for thousands of years by indigenous tribes of Yukaghirs and then Evens and Evenks, which were engaged in fishing, hunting and reindeer husbandry. They were then settled by Yakuts and later by Russians. Russian explorations of the area started in the 17th century. They came from the south via several large rivers which empty into the sea, such as the prominent Lena River, the Khatanga, the Anabar, the Olenyok, the Omoloy and the Yana. The sea contains several dozen islands, many of which contain well-preserved mammoth remains. Major human activities in the area are mining and navigation on the Northern Sea Route; fishing and hunting are practised but have no commercial significance. The largest settlement and port is Tiksi.
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After a 33-day voyage, Chinese ice-class cargo ship Tian En, designated to transport cargo via the northeastern shipping route of the Polar Silk Road, arrived Thursday at Rouen port, France, where part of the cargo will be unloaded. In January 2018, China outlined its ambitions to extend the Belt and Road Initiative to the Arctic by developing Arctic shipping routes that would form a "Polar Silk Road". Under the guidance of French pilots, the cargo ship sailed into River Seine at 16:00 local time on Wednesday, and anchored at Rouen Port two hours later. Tian En, the first ice-class cargo ship developed by China COSCO Shipping Corporation Limited, departed from Lianyungang Port in east China's Jiangsu Province on Aug 4. The ship sailed through the Yellow Sea, the Sea of Japan, the Okhotsk Sea, the Chukchi Sea, the Siberian Sea, the Laptev Sea, the Kara Sea, the Barents Sea and the North Sea in Europe, and finally arrived at the port in Europe. The voyage of Tian En covered more than 18,500 kilometers and lasted more than 30 days. The vessel is fully loaded with wind power generation equipment of 37,000 cubic meters imported by European countries including France, the Netherlands and Sweden. On many occasions of the voyage, the ship was besieged by large amounts of floating ice in the Arctic Ocean, and the speed of the ship once slowed down to less than 1km per hour. It also experienced challenges from icebergs, dense fogs and strong winds. Finally, it overcame many difficulties and dangers and successfully finished the mission. http://www.cctvplus.com/news/20180906/8089928.shtml#!language=1 Welcome to subscribe us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NewsContent.CCTVPLUS Twitter: https://twitter.com/CCTV_Plus LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/cctv-news-content Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cctvnewscontent/ Video on Demand: www.cctvplus.com If you are in demand of this video footage, please contact with our business development team via email: [email protected]
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There are a lot of interesting places in Russia. The whole country is a huge, almost lifeless space of taiga and tundra. And not enough time in your life to see, to understand and comprehend all of this. We are going to Siberia, to the north of the Krasnoyarsk Territory. We will go through the great waters of the mighty Yenisei River to those places where permafrost extends for thousands of kilometers underfoot, where nature is considered almost pristine, where people sought to the last four centuries to know what is a territory and to find for cherished lands and to find the borders of the Russian Empire at the same time. We're going to Taimyr. In 1725, Russian Tsar Peter I, wanting to know the exact geographical boundaries of his Empire requested to Admiral Vitus Bering to undertake the Great Northern Expedition and to map all the lands located to the West to the East, bordering the Kara Sea, Laptev Sea, East Siberian Sea, the Sea of Okhotsk. 5000 people were selected to participate in this expedition, which was very difficult and unprecedented yet. During this travel I will introduce you to different people, and will show a diverse nature of Yenisei River basin and its tributaries, will acquaint you with what I see and think about it. And a long travel, extending more than 4000 km, lies ahead.
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Наше путешествие по реке Лена проходило в последнюю навигацию 2015 г., с 20 по 25 сентября. "Механик Кулибин" - единственное пассажирское судно которое доходит до Тикси из Якутска. В год, теплоход делает примерно 4-5 навигаций в Тикси и является жизненно важным средством передвижения для жителей маленьких арктических поселков, раскиданных по берегам великой реки. Наша команда океанологов проделала это путешествие после завершения экспедиционных работ в морях Карском и Лаптевых. Это стало возможным благодаря удачному совпадению завершения нашей морской экспедиции с приходом теплохода "Механик Кулибин" в Тикси, где также завершилась наша океанографическая экспедиция «Кара-Лаптевых лето 2015» на НИС «Виктор Буйницкий». Our trip up the river Lena was held from 20 to 25 September 2015. The motor ship «Mechanic Kulibin" is the only passenger ship that comes to Tiksi from Yakutsk. During the summer navigation, the ship does about 4-5 voyages to Tiksi and is a vital means of transportation for the residents of the small Arctic villages scattered along the banks of the great river. Our team of marine scientists has undertook this trip after finalising the expedition in the Laptev and Kara Seas. This could happen thanks to the lucky coincidence of completion of our marine expedition with the arrival of the motor ship "Mechanic Kulibin" to the Tiksi port, where we also completed our oceanographic expeditions "Kara-Laptev summer 2015" on board of r/v "Victor Buynitsky."
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Note: Scenes from this video were used in TVO's 2014 'The Polar Sea' series. Apart from TV, 'The Polar Sea' series is available online at https://www.tvo.org/programs/the-polar-sea. You might also enjoy some of my other films of icebreaker voyages 🚢: ⛄ "Northeast Passage on a Russian icebreaker" (https://youtu.be/VQReGCLCUX8) 🐧 "Icebreaker Voyage to Emperor Penguins in Antarctica" (https://youtu.be/v_wDwclu9vc) 🎅 "Voyage to North Pole on Nuclear Icebreaker '50 Years of Victory'" (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BRRy6t5K3R4) This is the record of a voyage through the Canadian Arctic along the Northwest Passage. This Northwest Passage adventure starts from Greenland with visits to Kangerlussuaq on the Sondre Stromfjord, Sisiumiut and Ilulissat on Disko Bay where the Jacobshavn Icefjord spewing out massive icebergs. Departing Greenland and sailing across the Davis Strait into Baffin Bay, the ship enters the Canadian Arctic and includes: - Pond Inlet on Baffin Island - kayaking at Dundas Harbour on Devon Island - the Marine Bird Sanctuary on Prince Leopold Island - the Franklin Expedition gravesites on Beechey Island - passage through Bellot Strait - an escort through the Franklin Strait by an icebreaker (CCGS Henry Larsen) - Victory Point on King William Island - Cambridge Bay on Victoria Island Along the route there are sightings of humpback whales; pilot whales; harp seals; and polar bears on land, swimming in the ocean and on ice floes. __________________________________________________________________ Note: Travelogues and more videos available at http://travelogues.x10.mx/
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You might also enjoy some of my other films of icebreaker voyages 🚢: ⛄ "Northeast Passage on a Russian icebreaker" (https://youtu.be/VQReGCLCUX8) 🐧 "Icebreaker Voyage to Emperor Penguins in Antarctica" (https://youtu.be/v_wDwclu9vc) ⛄ "Sailing the Northwest Passage" (https://youtu.be/IsR-3rfN5-A) This is an in-depth film of a voyage through the Arctic Ocean ice to the geographic North Pole on the nuclear powered icebreaker '50 Years of Victory'. Leaving the North Pole, we visited Franz Josef Land before sailing back to Murmansk. Along the way we saw polar bears, walruses, seals and birds. '50 Years of Victory' (50 лет Победы / 50 Let Pobedy) is the largest and most powerful icebreaker in the world. She is an engineering marvel and is powered by 2 nuclear reactors that produce 75,000 horsepower giving her the ability to break through ice up to 2.8 meters thick or nearly 10 feet of ice. The 50 Years of Victory has an endurance of 5 years before she needs refuelling with new uranium. The reactors eliminate greenhouse gas emissions that are characteristic of ships burning fossil fuels. Some highlights: --------------------------- 00:10 Route to North Pole 01:10 Overview of icebreaker 02:20 Russian aircraft carrier 'Admiral Kuznetsov' 03:18 tugs pull out icebreaker 04:00 sailing down Murmansk Fjord 05:13 Barents Sea 06:18 Franz Josef Land 06:57 Meeting ice barrier 11:19 flightseeing in helicopter 21:20 Neptune arrives 22:33 polar bear swimming 24:31 flightseeing in helicopter 26:47 tour of icebreaker 30:29 North Pole 32:47 ballooning at North Pole 34:27 polar plunge at North Pole 38:04 walrus 40:15 Cape Norway (Franz Josef Land) 44:10 Sedov Station (Franz Josef Land) 49:43 Rubini Rock (Franz Josef Land) 50:53 polar bear stalking seals 52:21 Cape Flora (Franz Josef Land) 1:01:15 passing some Russian Navy facilities in Murmansk Fjord 1:03:26 Tour of Murmansk ___________________________________________________________________ Note: Travelogues and more videos available at http://travelogues.x10.mx/
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Russia has made reaffirming its presence in the Arctic a top goal, revamping the Arctic outpost of Severny Klever along the Arctic shipping route. It's strategically located on Kotelny Island, between the Laptev Sea and the East Siberian Sea on the Arctic shipping route, and permanently houses up to 250 personnel responsible for maintaining air and sea surveillance facilities and coastal defenses. Subscribe to Vesti News https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCa8MaD6gQscto_Nq1i49iew?sub_confirmation=1 Donate Bitcoin 17svLdxJmzf8GyehbpqVpbiJhxs8j66G26 Donate Litecoin LbCxkRx7ikFbZiHt69nc2hVrAeakqdFo7t Donate Ethereum 0xd760DEedaA49Ff2C8BdfeB7f332b407EDe272b18
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90º North (Part 1 of 2) Part 2 -- https://youtu.be/B-_ITsg8apA Featuring drone footage of the polar ice cap, polar bears, and incredible icebreaking, come along for the journey as our ship, ’50 Let Pobedy’ or '50 years of Victory', the worlds largest nuclear powered icebreaker at 160M long and 25,000tn, takes us to the geographic north pole earlier than any planned voyage in history. We arrived on 9th June 2015. Special thanks to my parents-in-law who made the trip possible. Thanks also to the Quark Expedition staff, and the ships crew. Alice was so moved by the experience she has since joined Quark Expeditions as a seasonal guide in the Arctic regions. http://www.quarkexpeditions.com/en/arctic/expeditions/north-pole Shot with: Nikon D5500, GoPro + Gimbal, DJI Inspire 1.
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Rolling on a top of a globe))) Murmansk - Barents Sea - White Sea - Pechora Sea -The Kara Strait - Kara Sea - Yenisei Gulf - Yenisei River - Dudinka Port. All timelapses were photographed at temperatures from -30C to -50C, you can notice "boiling" water when icebreaker unseals ice armor. Снято по заказу installtechno.ru Music -"Circle" from "Contact Note" by Jon Hopkins, 2004
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Footage released on Wednesday features a K-300P Bastion-P mobile coastal defense missile system which was used for the first time during the Russian Northern fleet's military exercises in the Arctic. The P-800 Oniks supersonic anti-ship cruise missile reportedly hit a sea target 60 km (37 miles) offshore, in the Laptev Sea water zone. The missile was shot at a target which simulated a detachment of ships belonging to an imaginary enemy. The exercise was conducted from Kotelny Island in the Russian Arctic area. Watch Live: http://www.presstv.com/live.html YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/videosptv/ Twitter: http://twitter.com/PressTV LiveLeak: http://www.liveleak.com/c/PressTV Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/PRESSTV Google+: http://plus.google.com/+VideosPTV Instagram: http://instagram.com/presstvchannel
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The Captain Khlebnikov icebreaker welcomed more than 100 tourists on board the ship in the port of Chukotka, Anadyr, Thursday. Tourists from the US, UK, Canada and other countries are set to sail the Northern Sea Route, around Greenland and along the Canadian coast before they turn back to Vladivostok in September. Video ID: 20160715-068 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: [email protected] Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly
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Where no man has gone before. "Two new capes and an island were discovered in the Arctic. These objects became visible after the destruction of glaciers. During the expedition, which lasted almost two months, hydrographers explored the remote corners of the Kara and the Laptev Seas. In these regions, there are still places where the human foot has never trod, so scientists hope for new discoveries." - Vesti
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The Russian fleet reportedly staged exercises focused on protecting Russian-held islands in the region. The Kremlin has recently become more strident in its actions in the Arctic. The Russian airforce has flown fighter jets close to American and Canadian airspace in the region. While Moscow also recently reopened a military base stationed in the Arctic. The polar region is thought to contain over 20 per cent of the world's future energy reserves. Major Russian drilling in the region recently led to the discovery of billions of barrels of oil. Check out our website: http://uatoday.tv Facebook: https://facebook.com/uatodaytv Twitter: https://twitter.com/uatodaytv
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Subscribe to our channel! rupt.ly/subscribe Footage released on Wednesday features a K-300P Bastion-P mobile coastal defence missile system which was used for the first time during the Russian Northern fleet's military exercises in the Arctic. The P-800 Oniks supersonic anti-ship cruise missile reportedly hit a sea target 60 km (37 miles) offshore, in the Laptev Sea water zone. The missile was shot at a target which simulated a detachment of ships belonging to an imaginary enemy. The exercise was conducted from Kotelny Island in the Russian Arctic area. Video ID: 20180926 010 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: [email protected] Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly
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(4 Apr 2019) Russia is trying to assert jurisdiction over parts of the Arctic, as shrinking polar ice opens fresh opportunities for resource exploration and new shipping lanes. And its military outpost dubbed Severny Klever (Northern Clover) - for its trefoil shape - is a key vantage point for Russia to project power to the resource-rich polar region. The base is strategically located on Kotelny Island, between the Laptev Sea and the East Siberian Sea on the Arctic shipping route. Journalists given a tour of the island by the Defence Ministry on Wednesday were shown Bastion anti-ship missile launchers positioned for a drill near the shore and Pantsyr-S1 air defence systems firing shots at a practice target. A big radar dome loomed on a hill overlooking the coast, underlining the base's main mission of monitoring the strategic area. The Russian military had kept Western media from visiting its Arctic facilities, so the tour offered a unique opportunity to watch the Russian expansion up close. The base permanently houses up to 250 military personnel responsible for maintaining air and sea surveillance facilities and coastal defence assets and has enough supplies to remain fully autonomous for more than a year. Painted in the colours of the Russian national flag, the base has been designed so that soldiers can reach all of its sprawling facilities without venturing outdoors. It's a useful precaution in an area where temperatures often plunge to minus 50 Celsius (minus 58 Fahrenheit) during the winter, and even in the short Arctic summer the troops typically are freezing at night. In contrast with drab Soviet-era facilities, the pristine new base features spacious living quarters, a gym and a sauna. Citations by President Vladimir Putin about the importance of the Arctic dot the base's walls and a symbolic border post sits in a hallway. Polar bears, arctic foxes and wolves share the island with the Russian soldiers. Officers said that soon after the base opened, curious bears regularly prowled near its walls, sometimes even peering into its windows, and on some occasions, soldiers had to use a truck to spook a particularly curious bear wandering nearby. The post-Soviet economic meltdown forced Russia to sharply scale down the expensive presence in the Arctic for lack of funds and many outposts were abandoned, while others grew decrepit. But the Kremlin now has made reaffirming Russia's presence in the Arctic the top goal amid an intensifying international rivalry over the region that is believed to hold up to one-quarter of the planet's undiscovered oil and gas. It has poured massive resources into restoring and modernising installations there. The military outpost on Kotelny Island fell into neglect after the 1991 Soviet collapse, but a massive effort to build a new base began in 2014 and took several years. In 2015, Russia submitted to the United Nations a revised bid for vast territories in the Arctic. It claimed 1.2 million square kilometres (over 463,000 square miles) of Arctic sea shelf extending more than 350 nautical miles (about 650 kilometers) from the shore. Russia is not alone in trying to stake its claim to the Arctic - the United States, Canada, Denmark and Norway are jostling for position, as well, and China also has shown an increasing interest in the polar region. For example, the post of special representative for the Arctic has remained vacant since Donald Trump assumed office. Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork Twitter: https://twitter.com/AP_Archive Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/APArchives Google+: https://plus.google.com/b/102011028589719587178/+APArchive Tumblr: https://aparchives.tumblr.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/APNews/ You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/605e8d379af618d2995cd0aa25ccac97
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Впервые в ходе тактического учения тактической группы Северного флота, несущей боевое дежурство на острове Котельный, был применен береговой ракетный комплекс «Бастион» Расчёт БРК успешно выполнил стрельбу сверхзвуковой противокорабельной крылатой ракетой «Оникс» по морской мишени, находившейся на расстоянии свыше 60 километров в море Лаптевых, чем подтвердил свою готовность эффективно нести боевое дежурство в Арктике и выполнять задачи по охране островной зоны и морского побережья России. «Оникс» - универсальная противокорабельная крылатая ракета. Она предназначена для борьбы с надводными военно-морскими группировками и одиночными кораблями в условиях сильного огневого и радиоэлектронного противодействия. На базе ракеты существуют два внешне абсолютно идентичных экспортных варианта: российский «Яхонт» и индийский «БраМос», но со значительно урезанными боевыми характеристиками. Эти машины способны стартовать из-под воды: имеют скорость полета в 750 метров в секунду и несут на себе сокрушающую фугасную боевую часть весом в полтонны. Дальность их полета - более 600 километров. Ранее в качестве основного берегового ракетного комплекса тактической группы Северного флота использовался БРК «Рубеж». В конце августа он успешно поразил двумя ракетами «Термит» мишени, установленные в море Лаптевых на удалении более 50 километров от берега. Музыка: CEPHEI Epic music empire “Whisper of the Storm_“ Powerful Military Music https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=deq6qhHQUOY
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M/S Air defence test fire from Udaloy-class Admiral Levchenko destroyer W/S Air defence test fire from a different ship C/U AK-630-series 30mm gun firing M/S Russian Northern Fleet's mission personnel controlling explosions from inside vessel C/U Buttons for Air defence test explosion W/S SSC-3 “Styx” system launching a missile W/S Missile launched over Laptev Sea W/S Missile intercepted over Laptev Sea SOT: Vladimir Kondratiev, Captain First-Class (in Russian): "Our group conducts research and evaluation drills: we examine how our equipment and arms perform in arctic conditions." W/S Pantsir-S1 “SA-22 Greyhound” system in Northern Camo launching a missile W/S Russian Northern Fleet's boats on Laptev Sea M/S Ship-based Kamov Ka-27 “Helix” helicopter flying over Laptev Sea W/S Laptev Sea W/S Ropucha-class Kondopoga landing ship M/S AK-257 57mm double-barreled gun C/U View of vessels from dinghy W/S Admiral Levchenko destroyer and cargo ship SCRIPT The first ship from the Russian Northern Fleet's mission to Kotelnyi Island began journeying home on Monday, but not before testing its air defences in the hostile cold of Laptev Sea. The Admiral Levchenko destroyer successfully engaged a SSC-3 Styx anti-ship cruise missile fired from one of the newly set-up batteries on Kotelnyi Island. The exercise was staged as ferocious polar conditions tested equipment to the limit, resulting in almost every weapon in the destroyer's anti-aircraft arsenal being fired. On shore the SA-22 Greyhound mobile air defence system was successfully fired. Helix ship-based military helicopters, which are common in the navy, were also involved in the drills. The next mission for the Russian Northern Fleet will be to establish a permanent base on the largest island, Kotelnyi, of the New Siberian Archipelago. The Admiral Levchenko is on its way home through the ice-fields to Severomorsk where the Russian Northern Fleet is based.
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Russian military have deployed Bastion mobile coastal defence system which was used for the first time during exercise at Kotelny Island in the Laptev Sea near the Arctic Ocean. -- See something new every day ➜ http://bit.ly/fwscribe
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SUBSCRIBE to the OFFICIAL BBC YouTube channel: https://bit.ly/2IXqEIn LAUNCH BBC iPlayer to access Live TV and Box Sets: https://bbc.in/2J18jYJ Episode 6 Fragile Paradise: The South Pacific is still relatively healthy and teeming with fish, but it is a fragile paradise. International fishing fleets are taking a serious toll on the sharks, albatross and tuna, and there are other insidious threats to these bountiful seas. This episode looks at what is being done to preserve the ocean and its wildlife. Find out more at http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b00kq4zm #bbc
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Russian military have deployed Bastion coastal defence systems at Kotelny Island in the Laptev Sea near the Arctic Ocean. This video shows multiple launches of the supersonic anti-ship Oniks missiles. The launches were part of tactical drills by North Navy Fleet at Russia's Arctic islands. Russia has earlier deployed Rubezh coastal defence systems at Kotelny Island. Sun Subscribers get the latest breaking news and videos directly to their feed. SUBSCRIBE NOW and hit the bell to be the first in the know. http://www.thesun.co.uk
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The emerging Arctic Ocean is defined by less sea ice and larger expanses of open water in summer. Waves have a larger role to play in this regime. Oceanographer Jim Thomson led a 32-day research cruise on the Beaufort and Chukchi seas in October–November — the season of maximum open water, strongest storms, and potentially largest waves — to study the air-sea-ice interactions and feedbacks during the seasonal sea ice regrowth and advance. The team encountered several storm events, observed pancake ice everywhere, and discovered the unexpected. Sea State and Boundary Layer Physics of the Emerging Arctic Ocean (apl.uw.edu/ArcticSeaState)
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Tests of broadband ocean bottom seismometers (OBS) and a 1 year deployment by a research vessel named ‘Academic Mstislav Keldysh’ in the Laptev Sea, north of Russia, October 2018. Ocean bottom seismometers are deployed in the Laptev Sea while the vessel is running 4 knots. These seismometers are manufactured by R-sensors in cooperation with IP Ilinskiy A.D. The customer and performer of these surveys is The Shirshov Institute of Oceanology of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Performance capacity of these broadband ocean bottom seismometers is as follows: 1. Multiple times seabed deployment / recovery without opening or recharging OBS. 2. Automatic clock synchronization with GPS signals through the case. Built-in GPS receiver activated automatically after OBS surfacing from a seabed. 3. A wireless on/off power switch. No need to open the case after transporting and seabed recovery. All tests before deployment can be done on a vessel deck. 4. A wireless user interface. Fast data downloading after the OBS recovery to a ship deck. 5. Automatic and manual tests of power supply, seismic recorder and acoustic release. 6. An operating depth is up to 7000 meters.
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* Channels describe the latest news in the country and the world. A collection of life, humor, unexpected situations in the world. Footage released on Wednesday features a K-300P Bastion-P mobile coastal defense missile system which was used for the first time during the Russian Northern fleet's military exercises in the Arctic. The P-800 Oniks supersonic anti-ship cruise missile reportedly hit a sea target 60 km (37 miles) offshore, in the Laptev Sea water zone. The missile was shot at a target which simulated a detachment of ships belonging to an imaginary enemy. www.liveleak.com/c/PressTV
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Here is the tanker 'Kara Sea' docked at the Global dock at Portland Harbor in Portland, Maine. The Global dock is one of the least visited docks at Portland Harbor. You will notice I only have a few videos of ships docked here, 5 at the most. As you can see in this video, when there is low tide you can actually walk all the way out and touch the ship (and probably get in trouble). It has the symbol for SCF on the pilot tower, I have also seen the ship SCF Sayan, so they must be related.
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A polar-class icebreaker combing power and technology with comfort. No passenger ship has transited the Northwest Passage more often than the renowned Kapitan Khlebnikov. Originally designed to take on the rigors of northern Siberia, the 24,000 horsepower engine and advanced ice-breaking technology take you places no other ship can. The ship offers 51 outside cabins and suites, all featuring private facilities, large windows, desk, hair dryer, robes and large closets.
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Video from the bridge of the Venta Maersk, while sailing through the Northern Sea Route in the East Siberian Sea and while sailing in ice.
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The Great Northern Sea Route National Archives and Records Administration - ARC 44539, LI 242-NPC-13 - THE GREAT NORTHERN SEA ROUTE - DVD Copied by Nick Stoller. Department of Justice. Office of Alien Property. (10/15/1946 - 09/01/1961). Scientific Documentary: The Russian icebreaker North Pole maps out a sea route from Murmansk to the most western sea port of Russia. North Pole moves through the Barents, Kara, Laptev, East Siberian, Chukchi and Bering Seas mapping a route and taking scientific samples of the ice and sea bed, checking the ice drift and the atmosphere of arctic region. Source link https://archive.org/details/gov.archives.arc.44539 copyright link https://archive.org/details/gov.archives.arc.44539
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amazing kid explains you about water bodies in the world part-1. watch kara sea, laptev sea, bohai sea on rivers of the world video. Colors for Children to Learn with SoccarBalls 3D IceCreams Kids Kinder Toddler Learning Education Recent Videos: Learn Colors for Kindergarten with Kinder . Enjoy Learning...
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This is an audio version of the Wikipedia Article: East Siberian Sea Listening is a more natural way of learning, when compared to reading. Written language only began at around 3200 BC, but spoken language has existed long ago. Learning by listening is a great way to: - increases imagination and understanding - improves your listening skills - improves your own spoken accent - learn while on the move - reduce eye strain Now learn the vast amount of general knowledge available on Wikipedia through audio (audio article). You could even learn subconsciously by playing the audio while you are sleeping! If you are planning to listen a lot, you could try using a bone conduction headphone, or a standard speaker instead of an earphone. You can find other Wikipedia audio articles too at: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCuKfABj2eGyjH3ntPxp4YeQ In case you don't find one that you were looking for, put a comment. This video uses Google TTS en-US-Standard-D voice. SUMMARY ======= The East Siberian Sea (Russian: Восто́чно-Сиби́рское мо́ре, tr. Vostochno-Sibirskoye more) is a marginal sea in the Arctic Ocean. It is located between the Arctic Cape to the north, the coast of Siberia to the south, the New Siberian Islands to the west and Cape Billings, close to Chukotka, and Wrangel Island to the east. This sea borders on the Laptev Sea to the west and the Chukchi Sea to the east. This sea is one of the least studied in the Arctic area. It is characterized by severe climate, low water salinity, and a scarcity of flora, fauna and human population, as well as shallow depths (mostly less than 50 m), slow sea currents, low tides (below 25 cm), frequent fogs, especially in summer, and an abundance of ice fields which fully melt only in August–September. The sea shores were inhabited for thousands of years by indigenous tribes of Yukaghirs, Chukchi and then Evens and Evenks, which were engaged in fishing, hunting and reindeer husbandry. They were then absorbed by Yakuts and later by Russians. Major industrial activities in the area are mining and navigation within the Northern Sea Route; commercial fishing is poorly developed. The largest city and port is Pevek, the northernmost city of mainland Russia.
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Video ID: 20140909-011 M/S Crew jumping out of bed M/S Crew running to the staging area M/S Crew member calculating distance C/U Crew member calculating distance M/S Crew member setting off the alarm C/U Instrument M/S Seaman receiving certificate SOT, Viktor Vasiliyev, Captain's Assistant (in Russian): "My congratulations! Here is a certificate marking the first time you put to sea on a combat vessel". C/U Certificate M/S Starboard side of amphibious ship Georgiy Pobedonosets M/S Crew members M/S Drills on deck SOT, Evgeny Shevtsov, Captain of battle group's air defence (in Russian): "The strong protect the weak. Ships with powerful anti-air defences cover the ships with weaker anti-air defence or ships, which don't have it at all." M/S Radar M/S Soldiers with AK74M, RPG W/S Georgiy Pobedonosets SCRIPT A battle group belonging to Russia's Northern Fleet is in the Kara Sea bound for the New Siberian Islands to establish a naval base in the Arctic, Tuesday. The fleet staged major maritime drills on the way, simulating an attack by an enemy air force. The crew set off from Severomorsk near northern Norway to take personnel, equipment and supplies to the islands. Among the deployed vessels were submarine hunter Admiral Levchenko, the large amphibious ships Georgiy Pobedonosets and Kondopoga, a tanker, a rescue tug and two icebreakers. In the recent months a race for control of the Arctic and its resources has heated up with both Canada and the US boosting its military presence in the region. Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly LiveLeak: http://www.liveleak.com/c/Ruptly Google Plus: http://google.com/+RuptlyTV Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/Ruptly YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/RuptlyTV DailyMotion: http://www.dailymotion.com/ruptly Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv
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