atmospheric

(redirected from Earth's atmosphere)
Also found in: Dictionary, Medical, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
  • adj

Synonyms for atmospheric

Synonyms for atmospheric

of or relating to air

Synonyms for atmospheric

relating to or located in the atmosphere

References in periodicals archive ?
EST splashdown in the Pacific Ocean, just as the spacecraft was beginning to experience Earth's atmosphere.
The satellite known as OCO-2 will be the first dedicated to measuring carbon dioxide in the Earth's atmosphere and will allow scientists to monitor changes in the amount of the greenhouse gas across regions and over time.
Heiner Klinkrad, Chief of ESA's Space Office, told "The one-tonne GOCE satellite is only a small fraction of the 100-150 tonnes of man-made space objects that re-enter Earth's atmosphere annually.
Heiner Klinkrad, Head of ESA's Space Debris Office, said that the one-tonne GOCE satellite is only a small fraction of the 100-150 tonnes of man-made space objects that reenter Earth's atmosphere annually.
But as the sun sets, the blue light waves scatter as they pass through Earth's atmosphere.
If nutrient limitations cause plant growth to slow, as the new studies suggest, carbon dioxide may build up in Earth's atmosphere faster than scientists previously expected, says Reich.
The grid of 50 school installations helps determine the direction of cosmic rays entering earth's atmosphere.
Solar ultraviolet radiation at wavelengths below 300 nm is totally absorbed by the Earth's atmosphere.
But, considering the speed at which Cassini would hit the Earth's atmosphere, the probe "would completely disintegrate" and "all the plutonium" would fall out, Kohn says.
One of only 12 African American astrophysicists in the world, McGruder's latest project involves tracing the influence of celestial high-level radiation on the earth's atmosphere, specifically the ionosphere.
Since its launch in 2004, Aura has monitored the Earth's atmosphere and provided data on the ozone layer, air quality, and greenhouse gases associated with climate change.
Washington, November 15 (ANI): Russian officials still insist that their Phobos-Grunt Mars probe is not lost, but conceded that it could re-enter earth's atmosphere.
Scientists define the different layers of Earth's atmosphere based on the temperature variations in each one.
Methane is a minor constituent of Earth's atmosphere, today making up only about 1.