atmospheric

All Adjective Noun
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  • In addition to the atmospheric effects there are effects on the near-Earth space environment.
  • This fact has been put to use by some atmospheric scientists.
  • Surface pressure often refers to the atmospheric pressure at a location on Earth's surface.
  • For some time this station was on an atmospheric railway.
  • The gas also contained in the chambers is slightly below atmospheric pressure at sea level.
  • Atmospheric pressure is the total weight of the air above unit area at the point where the pressure is measured.
  • At high altitude, atmospheric pressure is lower than that at sea level.
  • This atmospheric effect also makes at least one appearance in Gothic fiction.
  • This increased the atmospheric density by a third over today's value.
  • In planning for atmospheric re-entry, the landing site is selected in advance.
  • In planning for atmospheric re-entry, the landing site is selected in advance.
  • The vertical zone is referred to whether the damage is ground-level or atmospheric.
  • Earth-like atmospheric conditions have been maintained on all Russian and Soviet spacecraft.
  • He is credited with giving the first modern explanation of atmospheric pressure.
  • This material has been formed by plants using atmospheric CO 2 typically within the last growing season.
  • Atmospheric rock band Antimatter included some trip hop elements in their first two albums.
  • It also funded extensive studies on atmospheric processes and potential control programs.
  • But the question remained about whether it was combination with common atmospheric air or with only a part of atmospheric air.
  • It is likely the impact resulted in serious atmospheric effects and may have even had a short-term effect on global climate.
  • The atmospheric composition remains fairly constant, providing the conditions that contemporary life has adapted to.
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Meaning of atmospheric

  • adjective Relating to or located in the atmosphere
    atmospheric tests