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Nadir
   means   
The Point of the Celestial Sphere Directly Opposite the Zenith
Inferior pole of the horizon; point of the celestial sphere directly under the place where we stand.
Michael Crichton
   wrote   
Sphere
1987. Enormous spacecraft discovered in the Pacific--Psychological thriller explores the nature of the human subconscious
Dr. Norman Goodman
   was played by Dustin Hoffman in   
Sphere
1998
Volume of a Sphere
   has the mathematical formula   
4/3(Ï€r^3)
Where r = radius of the sphere
Surface Area of a Sphere
   has the mathematical formula   
4Ï€r^2
Where r=radius of the sphere
Smale's Paradox
   states that   
A Sphere Can, Topologically, Be Turned Inside out
Zhang Heng
   invented   
The Hydraulic-powered Armillary Sphere
(78-139), China
Sphere (1998)
   starred   
Dustin Hoffman, Sharon Stone and Samuel L. Jackson
Director: Barry Levinson
Michael Crichton
   wrote the book adapted for the film   
Sphere (1998)
Based on the 1987 book
"Referring to Woman's Sphere in Life, I'll Say That Woman is Always Right"
   is an extract from the   
Votes for Women Speech (1901)
Mark Twain
Hemisphere
   appears in   
Neighbours
Nightclub
Oxygen is the Most Common Gas in the Atmosphere
   is   
False
Nitrogen 78.08%, Oxygen 20.95%
Freezing Level
   is   
The Altitude in the Atmosphere Where the Temperature Equals 32F
Rain
   is   
Liquid Water Droplets That Fall from the Atmosphere
Having diameters greater than drizzle.
Lost in the Stratosphere (1934)
   starred   
William Cagney, Edward J. Nugent and June Collyer
Director: Melville W. Brown. Also starred Edmund Breese, Cactus Mack & Russ Clark. Plot: Two military pilots are close friends, and share in a lot of hazardous missions while engaging in a series of good-natured romantic rivalries...
Adminisphere
   means   
Where Hospital Managers Work, Reckoned to Be "another Planet"
Pressure
   is   
The Force Exerted by the Interaction of the Atmosphere and Gravity
Also known as atmospheric pressure.
Evapotranspiration
   is   
The Total Amount of Water Transferred from the Surface to the Atmosphere
Ground Fog
   is   
Fog Produced by the Cooling of the Lower Atmosphere in Contact With the Ground
When it comes in contact with the ground. Also known as radiation fog.
Air
   is   
The Mixture of Gases Composing the Atmosphere
Oxygen accounts for 20.946% of the total
Aerology
   is the study of   
The Atmosphere
Turbulence
   is   
Disrupted Flow in the Atmosphere That Produces Gusts
Ozone
   is   
A Form of Oxygen Containing 3 Molecules, Usually Found in the Stratosphere
Responsible for filtering out much of the sun's ultraviolet radiation.
Coniology
   is the study of   
Dust in the Atmosphere
Atmosphere
   is   
The Gaseous Envelope Surrounding the Earth
Composed primarily of nitrogen and oxygen.
Honduras
   is the site of   
Río Plátano Biosphere Reserve
Airglow
   is/are   
A Weak Emission of Light by the Earth's Atmosphere
As a result, the night sky is never completely dark. It was first noticed in 1868 by Anders Ångström.
Leon Teisserenc De Bort
   discovered   
Troposphere and Stratosphere
(1890s) With the aid of scientific instruments placed on unmanned balloons, he discovered that the atmosphere consists of layers. Bort noticed that air temperature decreases steadily up to about seven miles, but remains constant at higher altitudes. After more than 200 balloon experiments, he suggested that the atmosphere is divided into two layers called the "troposphere" and the "stratosphere."
Hemisphere
   in Italian is   
Emisfero
Greenhouse Effect
   is   
The Warming of the Atmosphere by the Trapping of Earth's Longwave Radiation
The gases most responsible for this effect are water vapor and carbon dioxide.
Stratosphere Tower
   is in   
Las Vegas
The thrill ride at the top of the tower, The Big Shot, is the highest in the world at 1,081 feet (329 m)
Draco, Cassiopeia, Ursa Major
   are all   
Northern Hemisphere Constellations
Precipitation
   is   
Liquid or Solid Water Molecules That Fall from the Atmosphere and Reach the Ground
Pyranometer
   is used for   
Measuring Solar Radiation from the Sky's Whole Hemisphere
Kaol
   means   
A Martian Kingdom in the Eastern Hemisphere
Surrounded by Japan
Stratosphere Giant
   is found in   
United States
Coast Redwood -- Second known tallest tree.
Vibe
   is   
Distinctive Emotional Atmosphere
E.g. Giving off good vibes.
Lapse Rate
   is   
The Change in Temperature With Altitude in the Atmosphere
Cirrus Duplicatus
   are   
Stacked Sheets of Cirrus at Different Layers of the Atmosphere
May be linked by strands which pass between the layers
Corona
   is described as   
The Sun's Outer Atmosphere
Nicolaus Copernicus
   wrote   
On the Revolution of Heavenly Spheres
Baro
   means   
Atmosphere
Barometer
Honduras
   is the location of   
Río Platano Biosphere Reserve
Outcrop
   means   
A Segment of Bedrock Exposed to the Atmosphere






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