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Physics and dynamics of meteors.
|Statement||Edited by Lubor Kresak and Peter M. Millman.|
|Contributions||Kresák, Ľubor, ed., Millman, Peter M. ed., International Astronomical Union.|
|LC Classifications||QB741 .P585 1967|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 527 p. with illus.|
|Number of Pages||527|
|LC Control Number||68119813|
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3D cloud-model simulations demonstrate the dynamics and microphysics Cited by: In hypersonic gas dynamics, the Knudsen number (Kn) is one of the most important parameters when assessing shock wave formation (Anderson, ).The Knudsen number is the similarity parameter that characterizes the type of hypersonic flow; it is defined as the ratio of the local atmospheric mean free path to the characteristic dimension of the body (in our case, the meteoroid radius) (Silber Cited by: Meteor trails are carried by the winds at the height where they form, and so High-Frequency (HF) and Very-High-Frequency (VHF) radar Doppler measurements of the drift velocities of radio meteors allow determination of these winds – essentially using the meteors as tracers of atmospheric motion.
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Meteors are streaks of light seen in the upper atmosphere when particles from the inter-planetary dust complex collide with the Earth. Meteor showers originate from the impact of a coherent stream of such dust particles, generally assumed to have been recently ejected from a parent comet.
The parent comets of these dust particles, or meteoroids, fortunately, for us tend not to collide with the Cited by:. This book is by far the clearest written textbook in cloud physics. It is also the most up-to-date as it contains many recent research results.
Obviously the book emphasizes cloud microphysics, however, it also contains the essence of cloud dynamics that is closely linked to microphysical processes that affords readers the understanding of cloud development as a unified subject, quite unlike other /5(3).“Meteors are the light, ionization, sound and other phenomena produced when meteoroids collide with a planetary atmosphere,” the editors write in the Introduction to this book.
Detailed distinctions between meteors, meteoroids, and asteroids are discussed in this and other parts of this book in terms of size and other characteristics.Meteorology is a branch of the atmospheric sciences which includes atmospheric chemistry and atmospheric physics, with a major focus on weather study of meteorology dates back millennia, though significant progress in meteorology did not occur until the 18th 19th century saw modest progress in the field after weather observation networks were formed across broad.