absolute altitude


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Related to absolute altitude: Pressure altitude, Density altitude, true altitude
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absolute altitude

n (Aviat) → absolute Höhe, Flughöhe füber Grund
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From so grand a title as Blue Mountains, and from their absolute altitude, I expected to have seen a bold chain of mountains crossing the country; but instead of this, a sloping plain presents merely an inconsiderable front to the low land near the coast.
While speed of ascent and absolute altitude are established determinants of its occurrence (Hackett and Roach, 2001; Imray et al.
height above the ground surface) is 2 m and absolute altitude 4 m.
The absolute altitude of the volcano is 3,283 metres.
North American US Air Force Maj Gen (retired) Robert White, the first pilot to fly hypersonically, at Mach 5 and at Mach 6, and holder of the world's absolute altitude record since a 1962 X-15 flight to 314,688ft (95,900m) died on 17 March.