Definition of Ionospheres

1. Noun. (plural of ionosphere) ¹



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Definition of Ionospheres

1. ionosphere [n] - See also: ionosphere

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ionospheres

ionomer
ionomers
ionomycin
ionone
ionones
ionopause
ionopauses
ionopherogram
ionophore
ionophores
ionophoresis
ionophoretic
ionosonde
ionosondes
ionosphere
ionospheres (current term)
ionospheric
ionospheric wave
ionospherically
ionospherist
ionospherists
ionotropic
ionotropy
ions
iontophoreses
iontophoresis
iontophoretic
iontotherapy
iopamidol
iopanoic acid

Literary usage of Ionospheres

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1. Plasma Physics Of The Local Cosmos by National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences, Committee on Solar and Space Physics (2004)
"The solar wind interacts with planetary magneto- spheres as well as with the ionospheres and neutral atmospheres of unmagnetized bodies such as Venus and ..."

2. Galileo, the Tour Guide: A Summary of the Mission to Date edited by Jean H. Aichele (1997)
"The spacecraft radio signal will be used to investigate Jupiter's neutral atmosphere and ionosphere, lo's ionosphere, and to search for ionospheres on the ..."

3. The Troubled Birth of Russian Democracy: Parties, Personalities, and Programs by Michael McFaul, Sergei Markov (1993)
"Magnetism has increased, the effects of ionospheres and negative charges have increased. All this is affecting our awareness. ..."

4. Selling to NASA (1994)
"... ionospheres and radio physics, planetary atmospheres, meteorology, inter-planetary matter, solar physics, communication, and astronomy. ..."

5. A Dictionary of Chemistry by Andrew Ure (1828)
"tame, and that then it exerts a pressure of 119 ionospheres. The temperature at which these effects took flux was ascertained, by repeating the experimente ..."

6. The Elements of Mechanics by James Renwick (1832)
"lere of such A character, all would have derived from it ionospheres distributed in a similar ratio. Now the moon has no perceptible atmosphere, ..."

7. Transactions of the International Medical Congress of Philadelphia. 1876 by John Ashhurst (1877)
"Sanderson thought that they were "filamentous, not jointed, hut branching, and giving oft' from their extremities m ionospheres or conidia, much after the ..."

8. Doing Business with NASA (1993)
"... ionospheres and radio physics, planetary atmospheres, meteorology, interplanetary matter, solar physics, communications and astronomy. ..."

9. Plasma Physics Of The Local Cosmos by National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences, Committee on Solar and Space Physics (2004)
"The solar wind interacts with planetary magneto- spheres as well as with the ionospheres and neutral atmospheres of unmagnetized bodies such as Venus and ..."

10. Galileo, the Tour Guide: A Summary of the Mission to Date edited by Jean H. Aichele (1997)
"The spacecraft radio signal will be used to investigate Jupiter's neutral atmosphere and ionosphere, lo's ionosphere, and to search for ionospheres on the ..."

11. The Troubled Birth of Russian Democracy: Parties, Personalities, and Programs by Michael McFaul, Sergei Markov (1993)
"Magnetism has increased, the effects of ionospheres and negative charges have increased. All this is affecting our awareness. ..."

12. Selling to NASA (1994)
"... ionospheres and radio physics, planetary atmospheres, meteorology, inter-planetary matter, solar physics, communication, and astronomy. ..."

13. A Dictionary of Chemistry by Andrew Ure (1828)
"tame, and that then it exerts a pressure of 119 ionospheres. The temperature at which these effects took flux was ascertained, by repeating the experimente ..."

14. The Elements of Mechanics by James Renwick (1832)
"lere of such A character, all would have derived from it ionospheres distributed in a similar ratio. Now the moon has no perceptible atmosphere, ..."

15. Transactions of the International Medical Congress of Philadelphia. 1876 by John Ashhurst (1877)
"Sanderson thought that they were "filamentous, not jointed, hut branching, and giving oft' from their extremities m ionospheres or conidia, much after the ..."

16. Doing Business with NASA (1993)
"... ionospheres and radio physics, planetary atmospheres, meteorology, interplanetary matter, solar physics, communications and astronomy. ..."

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