A border patrol officer conducts an exercise near the Mexican border in El Paso, Texas. Border Patrol officers demonstrate their ability to listen during an exercise at the Mexico-United States border on Thursday, August 3, 2016, in San Diego, California.
Border Patrol trainees learn how to treat migrants during an exercise at the Mexico-United States border in San Diego, California, Thursday, August 3, 2016. Border Patrol officers from CBP are trained in self-defense and firing techniques at a training facility in Artesia, New Mexico.
The centre is located in the former building of Artesia College, which was operated from 1966 to 1971. The former school was the first public high school in New Mexico to be located on the corner of Main Street and Main Avenue in Artesia. In 1871, the name of the city was changed to Stegman after the death of Sallie Stebbins, who was then married to Baldwin Stebbins, the son of William Baldwin and his wife.
With a large library, the library houses a spectacular mural by the famous New Mexico mural painter John Hurd. The mural was originally painted on the walls of the Artesia College building in the late 1950s and early 1960s. When the building was to be demolished, it was removed and transported to Arteia and painted over. It was a high-profile project, with television crews and helicopters flying overhead, and it is also known to be located on the corner of Main Street and Main Avenue, just a few blocks from the city's main street.
The height is 105, the overlap 60 and the cloud cover 12, the width 400 meters above sea level and 2500 feet above the ground.
The average daily short-wave solar energy reaches the ground per square meter (orange line) and the brightest period of the year lasts 3-6 months. The growing season in Artesia lasts from October 23rd to November 28th, rarely ending between October 22nd and October 28th and beginning from February 27th to April 16th and lasting 2-3 months, with a maximum of 3 days per week. Based on these values, the average number of days that Arteia can be visited as an outdoor tourist activity is 1.5 days in summer and 1-2 days in winter.
Daylight saving time (Daylight saving time) is observed from spring (March 8) to autumn (November 1) and lasts 7 to 8 months. The earliest sunrise is on June 11 at 5: 48 a.m., the latest sunset is on December 3 at 4: 50 p.m. and on October 23 and October 28 is the latest sunset, with a maximum of 3 days per week. Early sunrise at 6: 00 a.m. (April 11), earliest sunset at 4: 00 a.m. : 50 (December 2nd), and the late sunsets are at 19.30, on October 22nd and November 2nd, for a total of 7 days.
The wind is the windiest part of the year, lasting 4 to 8 months and blowing a maximum of 3 days per week. The wind blows from north to south, from October to November and from September to October, but is less frequent than in other parts of New Mexico, such as the northern hemisphere.
The windiest day of the year is April 10, and the quietest day in years is August 16 with an average wind speed of 16 km / h.
While temperatures typically vary significantly from night to day, dew points tend to change more slowly, and though temperatures can fall at night, sweltering nights typically follow sweltering days. An independent score is calculated for the perceived temperature of the air in the cloud filled area and the temperature at the surface of a cloud - covered area. The average temperature for a full area of cloud cover over the same period varies from year to year.
The vertical axis is the hour of the day, the horizontal axis is days and the colored surfaces indicate when the moon is above or below the horizon. The ribbons (yellow, grey) indicate the distance from the sun to the surface of a cloud - an overcast area - as well as the time of day and night. In the figure above, for example, the ribbon of light blue (red) indicates the night sky, while the dark blue area (blue) corresponds to the night time. In the image below, for the first time in its history, a moon can be seen on the horizon in a light blue area that indicates the temperature difference between day and night in the same area of New Mexico.
The topography within 2 miles of Artesia has only slight differences in altitude, but the wind experienced at a given location is a function of latitude and longitude, and of day and night time, and the current wind speed and direction varies more than the hourly average. The vertical axis is the hour of the day, the horizontal axis is the day of the year, colors are the average temperature for this hour of the day and a slightly tinted surface at the border is an hour that is spent between 7: 00 and 21: 30 on the same day in the dark blue range.