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- adj. Of or pertaining to an exosphere
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The first stage of the Adolf-666 fell away in the subfreezing black sky above the Atlantic Ocean, with the gunshot bangs of the explosive bolts, the scream of tortured exospheric oxy-nitrogen on hypersonic aluminum, and the roar of the modified A4 upper stage's ethyl alcohol/liquid oxygen engine electrically ignited and blasting like a blowtorch from Hell.
Studying the seasonal changes in all exospheric constituents during the mission orbital phase will provide key information on the relative importance of the processes that generate, sustain, and modify Mercury's atmosphere.
"Rather like ol" Jesus, but whereas the Scriptures are vague regarding the exospheric location of Heaven, Bozo tradition doesn't hesitate to list the Nommo's specific address.
The instrument also measured other exospheric constituents, including calcium and sodium.
But Twitterâ€ ™ s cash infusion and exospheric valuation are not easily reduced to the level of the blind bets of past dot-com bubbles.
In fact, Chamish and Bralik have both confirmed that the oxygen in the atmosphere is slowly combining with the surface through natural weathering processes, even as it’s being broken down by exospheric solar ultraviolet radiation.