from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Airglow occurring at night.
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- n. An airglow at night
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The AOSS grads presented topics ranging from regridding climate models for translation from cubes to lat/long, Venus and its oxygen and nitrogen nightglow, Aerosol composition and cloud formation and Mars's middle atmosphere.
Even from here, I could see the nightglow of the distant shore.
There is no alcohol sold at the nightglow but no control over entry at the free event.
Horrified families with small children queuing to catch buses at the end of the Balloons Over Waikato nightglow at Waikato University on Saturday night watched as fights involving up to 500 drunken youths broke out resulting in a woman being "bottled" and six people taken to hospital.
Hamilton City Area Commander, Inspector Rob Lindsay, said the nightglow trouble stemmed from a group of 500 youths who remained behind drinking after the event.
Electromagnetic radiation given off as a result of exothermic chemical reactions in a planet's atmosphere causes a night airglow, or nightglow.
We analyzed all available near-infrared limb observations of the dark-side atmosphere of Venus by the Visible and Infrared Thermal Imaging Spectrometer (VIRTIS) instrument on the Venus Express spacecraft and found 2 unambiguous detections of this band at equatorial latitudes that seem to be associated with episodic events of highly enhanced nightglow emission.
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