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The Super Sentai Series (スーパー戦隊シリーズ, Sūpā Sentai Shirīzu) is the name given khổng lồ the long-running Japanese superhero team genre of shows produced by Toei Co., Ltd., Toei Agency & Bandai, and aired by TV Asahi ("Super" refers khổng lồ their use of mecha, và "sentai" is the Japanese word for "task force" or "fighting squadron"). The shows are of the tokusatsu genre, featuring live kích hoạt characters và colorful special effects, và are mainly aimed at children. The Super Sentai Series is one of the most prominent tokusatsu productions in Japan, alongside the Ultra Series and the Kamen Rider Series, which it currently airs alongside in the Super hero Time programming block on Sundays. Outside Japan, the Super Sentai Series is best as the source material for the power nguồn Rangers franchise.

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Series overview

In every Super Sentai Series, the protagonists are a team of people who transform ("henshin") into superheroes và gain superpowers (color-coded uniforms, personal weapons, sidearms and martial arts skills) in order lớn battle a group of evil beings that threaten khổng lồ take over the Earth. In every episode, the heroes thwart the enemies plans & defeats an army of enemy soldiers và the "monster of the week", và in one last effort to lớn defeat the heroes, an enlarged version of the quái dị appears lớn confront them, only lớn be defeated again when the heroes hotline for their "mecha" (huge robotic machines that can combine to size one or more giant robots) to fight it. While each Super Sentai Series is phối in its fictional universe, various TV, clip and film specials feature a team-up between one or more teams.

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Gao /ɡaʊ/ is a đô thị in Mali & the capital of the Gao Region. The thành phố is located on the River Niger, 320 km (200 mi) east-southeast of Timbuktu on the left ngân hàng at the junction with the Tilemsi valley.

For much of its history Gao was an important commercial centre involved in the trans-Saharan trade. In the 9th century external Arabic writers described Gao as an important regional power and by the end of the 10th century the local ruler was said lớn be a Muslim. Towards the over of the 13th century Gao became part of the Mali Empire, but in first half of the 15th century the regained its independence and with the conquests of Sonni Ali (ruled 1464–1492) it became the capital of the Songhai Empire. The Empire collapsed after the Moroccan invasion in 1591 and the invaders chose to lớn make Timbuktu their capital. By the time of Heinrich Barth"s visit in 1854, Gao had declined to lớn become an impoverished village with 300 huts constructed from matting. In 2009, the urban commune had a population of 86,633.

Gao (disambiguation)

Gao is a city in Mali and the capital of Gao Region.

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Gao or GAO may also refer to:


Gao Region, a region of Mali



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Gao–Guenie meteorite

Gao–Guenie is a H5 ordinary chondrite meteorite fell on in 1960 in Burkina Faso, Africa. The fall was composed by a large number of fragments and it is one of the largest observed meteorite showers in Africa khổng lồ date.


The meteorites formerly as Gao & Guenie in 1999 were officially paired and they name fused into the collective name Gao–Guenie.


Gao–Guenie meteorites fell in Burkina Faso on March 5, 1960 at 17:00 (local time). After three separate detonations, several thousands of stones rained over an area of about 70 square kilometres (27 sq mi). The sound of the fall was heard as far as Ouagadougou, which is 100 kilometres (62 mi) away. Eyewitnesses said that some trees were broken và henhouses destroyed. The largest stones recovered weigh up to 10 kilograms (22 lb).

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Composition và classification

Gao–Guenie is classified as H5 ordinary chondrite.