visibility range


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visibility range

The horizontal distance (in miles or kilometers) at which a large dark object can just be seen against the horizon in daylight.
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70 to 80 meters visibility range was recorded from Lahore to Bhera on Friday.
p], travelled by the pedestrian, when he was in the way of the motor vehicle or posed a threat to traffic safety, while being in the driver's visibility range before reaching the hitting location, is usually determined as the distance covered by the pedestrian from the moment of entering the roadway to the moment of reaching the hitting location, identified based on the findings of the investigation.
In Ghana, not including KIA, at a certain visibility range only Air Force flights can manage to land at Takoradi, Kumasi, Sunyani, or Tamale airports.
In a statement it issued today, the National Metrological and Seismic Centre (NMSC) said visibility range is 100 metres in Al Ain and 200 metres in Jebel Ali.
Some areas such as Al Ain are expected to experience low visibility range of 2,000 to 3,000 metres.
While Kellavere, with a range of 450 km, shows rather clearly what takes place in the Estonian airspace, there are problems at some edges of its visibility range.
The runway visibility range instrument on runway 28 that broke down on Saturday will be operational by Monday evening," he said.
The critical states are frequently triggered off by limitation in the visibility range caused by smoke and exceeding the normal concentration of gaseous products of thermal decomposition and combustion.
The Air Force spokesman said, "The visibility range today was 1,500 to 2,000 meters.
According to airport sources, the general visibility at the airport fell below 50 metres and runway visibility range (RVR) dipped to 125 metres.