optical phenomenon

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My aim was to examine atmospheric phenomena symbolically--as images and the possibilities such images have to show life representatively.
I argue that some ancient markings can be related in a consistent way to real perceived atmospheric phenomena.
There are paintings, drawings, photographs of atmospheric phenomena, a couple of large scale installations and even space-inspired ceramic pieces, including a whimsical set of astronaut-themed mugs.
Atmospheric phenomena over these seas influence the weather here.
Our models may help with investigations into historical atmospheric phenomena and they could also be of interest to artists looking to add this special effect to their toolbox," Cutler said.
It emanates from the sun and influences galactic rays that may in turn affect atmospheric phenomena on Earth, such as cloud cover.
Our models may help with investigations into historical atmospheric phenomena, and they could also be of interest to artists looking to add this special effect to their toolbox," she added.
The astronaut photography dataset covers much of the earth's land and coastal surface, as well as atmospheric phenomena such as hurricanes and aurora.
Micrometeorology refers to the branch of meteorology that is concerned with atmospheric phenomena and processes at the lower end of the spectrum of atmospheric scales, i.
Without being influenced by atmospheric phenomena, stable generation can be made, and the energy is inexhaustible,'' said Naonori Orii, deputy general affairs director at Tohoku Hydropower and Geothermal Energy Co.
Current studies are focused on biological adaptations, climate change, permafrost processes, atmospheric phenomena, glaciology, sea ice dynamics, marine ecosystems, and more.
By utilizing the power of supercomputers, scientists can use numerical model simulation as an alternative method of studying various oceanographic and atmospheric phenomena, especially in the research of climate phenomena such as El Nino.
Some instruments can obtain surface data even in the presence of a substantial cloud cover, while other instruments can provide the data to produce three-dimensional visualizations of the structure of such atmospheric phenomena as hurricanes and thunderstorms.
Key elements in this development included the later-medieval assimilation of Aristotelian natural philosophy, which viewed comets as atmospheric phenomena with natural causes.
The branch is nationally recognized for its precision aeronautic model and spaceflight experimental hardware developed onsite for wind tunnel testing, shuttle flights, and airborne missions to study natural atmospheric phenomena.
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