April 1969 Lunar Eclipse - Visibility


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Station Model - Present Weather and Visibility
... The visibility itself is shown as a number, in statute miles in the United States and meters elsewhere, describing how far the observer can see at that time ... For pilots, knowledge of the horizontal visibility helps determine if they are flying through instrument meteorological conditions, such as foggy or smokey conditions, as well as areas of intense precipitation ...
Visibility and Air Pollution
... A visibility reduction is probably the most apparent symptom of air pollution ... Visibility degradation is caused by the absorption and scattering of light by particles and gases in the atmosphere ... usually does not contribute very significantly to visibility degradation ...
Sneaux - Types
... Snowfall's intensity is determined by visibility ... When the visibility is over 1 kilometer (0.62 mi), snow is considered light ... Moderate snow describes snowfall with visibility restrictions between 0.5 and 1 km ...
Solar Eclipse Of July 11, 2010 - Visibility
... Fred Espenak, a NASA astrophysicist, said "One of the most unique things about this particular eclipse is that it crosses a unique and interesting archaeological site Easter Island ... On Easter Island there are these great statues.. ...
Automated Airport Weather Station - Observing Equipment - Obscurations To Vision
... Instead, when visibility is reduced below 7 statute miles, the system uses the reported temperature and dew point to determine an obscuration to vision ... and the dew point), mist or fog is reported, depending on the exact visibility ... Fog is reported when visibility is 1/2 mile or less mist is reported for visibilities greater than 1/2 mile but less than 7 miles (11 km) ...

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