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Atmosphere loss from solar wind, ESA observations with Mars and Venus Express
imipak
post Mar 6 2008, 11:51 PM
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I was stumbling about esa.int in the vain search for some sign of live streaming coverage of the Jules Verne launch on Sunday when I came across this beautiful and hypnotic movie, showing the top layers of the atmosphere being blown away by the solar wind.


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