Atmospheric Conditions

Some articles on atmospheric conditions, conditions, atmospheric:

TV And FM DX
... DX and FM DX is the active search for distant radio or television stations received during unusual atmospheric conditions ... However, providing favourable atmospheric conditions are present, television and radio signals sometimes can be received hundreds or even thousands of miles outside their intended ... vehicles will receive stations farther than normal depending on how favourable conditions are ...
Circumstellar Habitable Zone - Other Habitability Considerations - Atmospheric Conditions
... zone presumes that a planet has sufficient atmospheric pressure for surface water ... sufficient mass and gravity to for the required atmospheric pressure or have some source for the atmosphere to be continually replenished ... be less likely to retain sufficient atmospheric pressure for surface water and any remaining water would sublimate and more likely reach escape velocity and may be ...
Bossier City, Louisiana Tornado - Atmospheric Conditions
... The placement of the upper atmospheric trough allowed very little movement of the associated front from Thursday to Saturday ...

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