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Coyotes outpace roadrunners by 23 mph.
The average speed of Heinz Ketchup squirt is .028 MPH.
The International Space Station is as roomy as a five-bedroom house and travels at 17,500 mph.
The first maximum speed limit in the UK was 10 mph.
The highest race horse speed ever recorded was 43.97 mph (70.76 km/h).
A wild turkey can run at speeds up to 25 mph.
Farts have been clocked at a speed of 10 feet per second (7 mph).
The fastest nerve impulse travels at about 250 mph.
In Japan, there’s a train that “floats” above the tracks by magnetism, reaching 500 km/h (311 mph).
The world’s fastest street-legal production car is the Bugatti Veyron Super Sport, at 267 mph (431 km/h).
Snowflakes fall at 3.1 mph or 5 km/h.
As passengers on Earth, we are all carried around the sun at a mean velocity of 66,600 mph (107,182 km/h).
Neptune has the strongest winds in the Solar System: 2,100 km/hour (1,304 mph).
Winds in some places of Antarctica can reach 200 mph (320 km/h).
Tsunamis can go as fast as a jetliner’s cruising speed: up to 800 kilometers per hour (500 mph).
Winds howl across Venus at super-fast speeds that can reach 450 mph (724 kph) in its middle cloud layer.
Earth spins at around 1,000 mph and hurtles through space in its orbit around the sun at about 67,000 mph.
A large raindrop, about the size of a house fly, has terminal fall speeds of about 10 meters per second (20 mph).
The top speed at the world’s first real automobile race in 1895 was just 15 mph.
The astronauts in the Challenger Explosion survived the initial explosion and were alive for nearly three minutes, until the cabin crashed into the ocean at a speed of 200 mph.