exospheric


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exospheric

Of or pertaining to the exosphere.
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But the exospheric "escape rate,' notes Thomas Donahue of the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, would account for about 1,000 times less water than the proposed comet flux is said to be bringing in.
The four-year-old had the measure of subsequent Caulfield Cup third Exospheric in a piece of fast work last week, which ended any hopes Cumani had of his charge swooping into Geelong under the radar.
ex-sir Michael stoute-trained exosphere, who has been renamed exospheric, is in stall three, with Germantrained articus in gate 11.