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Atmosphere any of various aery spheres enveloping a globe. On earth the lowest is familiar air, but there are others in the ethereal realms beyond, and the word is applied to mahat and manas, as mythologically represented by Indra, god of the firmament, the personified atmosphere (SD 2:614). However, mahat and its ray in the human being, manas, are far beyond in quality and ethereality anything that the human imagination understands by atmosphere -- unless it is endowed with the mystical sense that spiritus had among the philosophic ancients. the elements of our present atmosphere are compounded from simpler elements which existed on earth at earlier stages of its evolution, and which exist now on some other globes. the atmosphere of our earth has become not only a chemical, but an alchemical crucible, in which "there is a perpetual exchange taking place in space of molecules, or atoms rather, correlating, and thus changing their combining equivalents on every planet" (SD 1:142). neither sun nor stars are said to have our terrestrial elements, except in the sun's outer robes, for it is only in its outer robes that the integration of atomic substances become sufficiently physical to permit the appearance of our terrestrial elements; also our globe is said to have its own special laboratory on the far outskirts of the atmosphere, and when the atoms and molecules cross this, they change and differentiate from their primordial nature. the spectroscope may show certain similarities between the elements on sun and stars and those on earth but we have no logical right to infer identity in other respects; and actually the physical and chemical properties of atoms differ on different globes, as do also most of the effects of temperature (SD 1:142). to be continue "Atmosphere2"

the gaseous or air portion of the physical environment that encircles a planet. In the case of the earth, it is held more or less near the surface by the earth's gravitational attraction. the divisions of the atmosphere include the troposphere, the stratosphere, the mesosphere, the ionosphere, and the exosphere.

the atmosphere is the vast gaseous envelope of air that surrounds the Earth. its boundaries are not easily defined. the atmosphere contains a complex system of gases and suspended particles that behave in many ways like fluids. many of its constituents are derived from the earth by way of chemical and biochemical reactions.

one atmosphere is 14.7 pounds per square inch (105 newtons per square meter); the average atmospheric pressure at sea level on Earth.

(atm) A unit of pressure, equal to a barometer reading of 760 mm Hg. 1 atmosphere is 101325 pascals and 1.01325 bar .

Is the mixture of gases and water vapor surrounding the earth.

the normal background sound at any location.

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atmospheret"mos*phere (&?;), n. [gr. &?; vapor (akin to skr. ātman breath, soul, g. athem breath) + &?; sphere: cf. f. atmosphère. see sphere.] 1. (physics) (a) the whole mass of aëriform fluid surrounding the earth; -- applied also to the gaseous envelope of any celestial orb, or other body; as, the atmosphere of mars. (b) any gaseous envelope or medium. an atmosphere of cold oxygen. --miller. 2. a supposed medium around various bodies; as, electrical atmosphere, a medium formerly supposed to surround electrical bodies. 3. the pressure or weight of the air at the sea level, on a unit of surface, or about 14.7 ibs. to the sq. inch. hydrogen was liquefied under a pressure of 650 atmospheres. 4. any surrounding or pervading influence or condition. the chillest of social atmospheres. 5. the portion of air in any locality, or affected by a special physical or sanitary condition; as, the atmosphere of the room; a moist or noxious atmosphere. [atmosphere n 1. a particular environment or surrounding influence; "there was an atmosphere of excitement" [syn: ambiance, ambience] 2. a unit of pressure: the pressure that will support a column of mercury 760 mm high at sea level and 0 degrees centigrade [syn: standard atmosphere, atm, standard pressure ] 3. the mass of air surrounding the earth; "there was great heat as the comet entered the atmosphere" 4. the weather or climate at some place; "the atmosphere was thick with fog" [syn: atmospheric state] 5. the envelope of gases surrounding any celestial body 6. a distinctive but intangible quality surrounding a person or thing: "an air of mystery"; "the house had a neglected air"; "an atmosphere of defeat pervaded the candidate's headquarters"; "the place had an aura of romance" [syn: air, aura]   similar words(2) 

 electric atmosphere  standard atmosphere 

(n.)

The whole mass of aeriform fluid surrounding the earth; -- applied also to the gaseous envelope of any celestial orb, or other body; as, the atmosphere of Mars.  

(n.)

The pressure or weight of the air at the sea level, on a unit of surface, or about 14.7 Ibs. to the sq. inch.  

(n.)

The portion of air in any locality, or affected by a special physical or sanitary condition; as, the atmosphere of the room; a moist or noxious atmosphere.  

(n.)

Any surrounding or pervading influence or condition.  

(n.)

Any gaseous envelope or medium.  

(n.)

A supposed medium around various bodies; as, electrical atmosphere, a medium formerly supposed to surround electrical bodies.  

Noun1. a particular environment or surrounding influence; "there was an atmosphere of excitement" (synonym) ambiance, ambience (hypernym) condition, status (hyponym) genius loci2. a unit of pressure: the pressure that will support a column of mercury 760 mm high at sea level and 0 degrees centigrade (synonym) standard atmosphere, atm, standard pressure (hypernym) pressure unit (hyponym) STP, s.t.p.3. the mass of air surrounding the Earth; "there was great heat as the comet entered the atmosphere"; "it was exposed to the air" (synonym) air (hypernym) region, part (hyponym) airspace (part-holonym) Earth, world, globe (part-meronym) airspace, air space4. the weather or climate at some place; "the atmosphere was thick with fog" (synonym) atmospheric state (hypernym) weather, weather condition, atmospheric condition (hyponym) air mass5. the envelope of gases surrounding any celestial body (hypernym) gas (part-meronym) exosphere6. a distinctive but intangible quality surrounding a person or thing; "an air of mystery"; "the house had a neglected air"; "an atmosphere of defeat pervaded the candidate's headquarters"; "the place had an aura of romance" (synonym) air, aura (hypernym) quality (hyponym) mystique

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Awyrgylch = n. atmosphere

Nwyfre = n. firmament, atmosphere

Wybren = n. firmament, atmosphere

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An atmosphere is a layer of gases that may surround a material body of sufficient mass. the gases are attracted by the gravity of the body, and are retained for a longer duration if gravity is high and the atmosphere's temperature is low. Some planets consist mainly of various gases, and thus have very deep atmospheres (see gas giants).

the mixture of gases surrounding the Earth. the Earth's atmosphere consists of about 79.1% nitrogen (by volume), 20.9% oxygen, 0.036% carbon dioxide and trace amounts of other gases. the atmosphere can be divided into a number of layers according to its mixing or chemical characteristics, generally determined by its thermal properties (temperature). the layer nearest the earth is the troposphere, which reaches up to an altitude of about 8 km (about 5 miles) in the polar regions and up to 17 km (nearly 11 miles) above the equator. the stratosphere, which reaches to an altitude of about 50 km (31 miles) lies atop the troposphere. the mesosphere which extends up to 80-90 km is atop the stratosphere, and finally, the thermosphere, or ionosphere, gradually diminishes and forms a fuzzy border with outer space. there is relatively little mixing of gases between layers.

the gaseous layer covering the earth. the regions of the atmosphere are the Troposphere, Stratosphere, Mesosphere, Chemosphere, and the thermosphere (which overlaps the ionosphere and the Exosphere). the atmosphere is one of the four components, together with the Lithosphere, Hydrosphere, and Biosphere, that comprise the earth's ecosystem. also see Air.

fear of drafts, air swallowing, or airbourne noxious substances, air and gases

the blanket of air surrounding the earth, from sea level to outer space. Also, a unit of pressure; "one atmosphere" is pressure of the atmosphere at sea level, i.e., 760 mm Hg. two atmospheres is twice this pressure, 1520 mm Hg, etc. abbreviated atm.

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