Atmospheres [noun]

Definition of Atmospheres:

gases around the earth

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Sentence/Example of Atmospheres:

As landscapes burn and release carbon dioxide, it helps trap more heat in the atmosphere.

The team thinks the nitrogen atmosphere was helpful because it’s less corrosive than oxygen.

Razing forests and peatlands unleashes carbon dioxide into the atmosphere in calamitous amounts.

A sample return mission could be possible, in which a spacecraft flies into the atmosphere and bottles up some gas to bring back to Earth for laboratory analysis.

It felt as if the atmosphere itself was burning right above our heads, and we were trapped beneath it.

While such uncertainty remains — and while broadcasters can’t offer the types of atmospheres created by stadiums filled with 60,000 fans — buyers still expect trading advantages to remain available to the whole market.

While San Diego technically isn’t in a drought since the atmosphere graced the region with a few wet years recently, 87 percent of the state is.

Ultimately, the researchers want to find out more about how phosphine is distributed in the atmosphere, and see whether they can pinpoint a more local source.

Examining the atmosphere in millimeter wavelengths of light showed that the planet’s clouds appear to contain up to 20 parts per billion of phosphine — enough that something must be actively producing it, the researchers say.

Then, within a few weeks, for a reason I couldn’t initially understand, the atmosphere improved dramatically.