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atmosphere

noun air, airspace, ambience, aura, background, circumambience, climate, climatic condition, element, environing influence, environment, medium, mood, setting, space, surroundings, weather
Associated concepts: clouding the atmosphere, polluting the atmosphere
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Furthermore, infrared and ultraviolet spectroscopies techniques implementation for in-situ characterization has been done at Planetary Atmospheres and Surfaces chamber (PASC) at the Astrobiology Centre (CAB) (Mateo-Marti et al.
However, they may cause long-lived changes indirectly by affecting planetary atmospheres.
The impending crash of a wayward comet into distant Jupiter has brought new attention to these and other issues that arise in attempts to understand the perplexing behavior of planetary atmospheres -- at home and abroad.
After the GFDL moved from Washington to Princeton in the fall of 1968, Gareth's interests gradually moved from laboratory experiments to the dynamics of planetary atmospheres.
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Vortex dynamics, statistical mechanics, and planetary atmospheres.
His work has spanned the aerospace flight spectrum from the analysis of conventional jet engines to entry into planetary atmospheres at hypervelocity speeds.
McKay is one of the world's leading researchers studying Titan, and has been involved in numerical modeling of planetary atmospheres for many years.
2] in the photophysics of planetary atmospheres, including Earths atmosphere.
High spectral resolution is required to address topics in modem astronomy ranging from questions about planetary atmospheres and the interstellar medium to investigations about the early universe.
The exercises are grouped into five units: (1) introduction to geologic processes; (2) impact cratering activities; (3) planetary atmospheres, (4) planetary surfaces, and (5) geologic mapping.
Properties of esoteric substances, such as normal and dense stars, superfluid helium three, fullerness, two dimensional solids, extraterrestial substances, gems and planetary atmospheres