[Joy Division song] "Atmosphere" is a song by the band Joy Division. It was originally released in 1980 as a France-only single under the title Licht und Blindheit with "Dead Souls" as the B-side. Following the death of lead singer Ian Curtis, "Atmosphere" was released as a double A-sided si...
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[Eloy Fritsch album] Atmosphere: Electronic Suite is an album by Eloy Fritsch, a keyboard player known for his work in the progressive rock group Apocalypse. As a solo artist he creates cosmic electronic music. The closest comparison would be probably Vangelis, if considering his early work,...
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A unit of pressure; the pressure that will support a column of mercury 760 mm high at 0 °C.
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One atmosphere is 14.7 pounds per square inch (105Newtons per square meter); the average atmospheric pressure at sea level on Earth.
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The envelope of gases surrounding the Earth and bound to it by the Earth's gravitational attraction. Studies of the chemical and radiative properties, dynamic motions, and physical processes of this system constitute the field of meteorology.
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A layer of gases surrounding a planet - on the Earth, chiefly made up of the gases Oxygen, Hydrogen and Nitrogen.
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[Noun] The mood or tone of a place.
Example: There was a happy atmosphere at the football match.
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[n] - a particular environment or surrounding influence 2. [n] - the weather or climate at some place 3. [n] - the envelope of gases surrounding any celestial body 4. [n] - the mass of air surrounding the Earth
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The gasses which surround or cover a planet or moon.
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(a) the elements that come together to make an impact on retail customers' senses as they enter and browse in a store; (b) creating a feeling appropriate to the character of the store and the desired mood of the customers.
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Around the earth there is an envelope of gases held by gravity. The gases are mainly nitrogen and oxygen, together with elements of inert gases hydrogen, ozone, radon, and carbon dioxide. There are different layers - the troposphere nearest the earth, then the stratosphere up to 50 kilometres, then ...
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The gases around a planet or star. See also: Hydrosphere, Planet, Star.
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