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relating to or located in the atmosphere

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The SBUV/2 monitors density and distribution of ozone in the Earth's atmosphere from six to 30 miles.
EST was small compared with the 2,500[degrees]F temperature that some parts of the shuttle's exterior endured, as expected, as the craft plunged through Earth's atmosphere at more than 18 times the speed of sound.
The information will also shed more light on how greenhouse gases such as carbon dioxide, water vapor, industrial pollutants and aerosols are trapped in Earth's atmosphere.
Today, those wavelengths are screened from most of Earth's atmosphere by ozone ([O.
The new estimate stems from observations of fireballs from extraterrestrial objects of a certain size that burned up in Earth's atmosphere between February 1994 and September 2002.
EOS-PM will focus on climate-related measurements of the Earth's atmosphere, cloud cover, precipitation, terrestrial snow cover and sea ice during its six-year mission following its launch in late 2000.
But the Earth's atmosphere is not some spherical brick wall that blocks visible light.
Poulsen and colleagues utilized an atmospheric global climate model to simulate a range of oxygen levels from 5% to 35% by volume in Earth's atmosphere.
ALABAMA (CyHAN)- New video recorded during NASA's Orion return through Earth's atmosphere provides viewers a taste of what the vehicle endured as it returned through Earth's atmosphere during its Dec.
Washington, Ramadan 3, 1435, Jul 1, 2014, SPA -- The planned launch of a US satellite to study carbon dioxide in the Earth's atmosphere was delayed Tuesday due to problems with a water system on the launch pad, dpa reported.
On November 11, The European Satellite GOCE collided into the Earth's atmosphere with its fragments located in the South Atlantic Ocean.
11 ( ANI ): ESA's GOCE satellite that re-entered Earth's atmosphere on a descending orbit pass that extended across Siberia, the western Pacific Ocean, the eastern Indian Ocean and Antarctica, disintegrated in the high atmosphere and no damage to property has been reported.
The yellowish-orange color is an illusion that comes from viewing the sun through Earth's atmosphere near sunset," she says.
The moon's appearance depends on several different factors, including how sunlight is refracted and scattered in the Earth's atmosphere.
The greenhouse gases currently in the earth's atmosphere are not going away--unless we apply some special tools to remove them, says environmental futurist Cascio.