Traducción de ionosphere en Español:


Pronunciación /ʌɪˈɒnəsfɪə//aɪˈɑnəˌsfɪr/


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    the ionosphere la ionosfera
    • It harnesses an FM station's signals to study particles in the ionosphere - the top layer of the atmosphere, over 300 miles up.
    • This radiation also generates more charged particles in the ionosphere, affecting the reflection and transmission paths of radio frequencies used by satellites and ground-based communications.
    • Only signals in the HF frequency band can be used since the ionosphere will not reflect signals at higher frequencies.
    • The ionosphere is the layer extending from about 80 km to the outer reaches of the atmosphere that includes charged particles.
    • Errors in satellite to receiver distances can creep in if conditions within the ionosphere, the electrically charged outer layer of the atmosphere, slow down the signal.
    • They also receive small doses from the radiation that is naturally trapped around Earth in the ionosphere and the Van Allen radiation belts, particularly near the South Atlantic Anomaly.
    • A major role of the atmosphere was to filter out the ionising radiation from the sun by ionising the high atmosphere and forming the ionosphere.
    • The circuit closes when the particles reaches the ionosphere, the outer layer of the earth's atmosphere.
    • In 1931 he gave the Royal Society Bakerian lecture which was a classic in which he developed the now standard layer theory for the lower ionosphere.
    • Its receiver picked up any reflections from the ionosphere and displayed the results on an oscilloscope.
    • The electric field that exists between cloud top and ionosphere speeds up free electrons bopping about in the neighborhood.
    • Other satellites had communications problems when the excited ionosphere interfered with radio signals sent to and from the ground.
    • The clouds will allow scientists to view winds in a high and poorly accessible layer of Earth's atmosphere called the ionosphere.
    • There's always sand in the cogs somewhere, even if these days its the ionosphere, or the troposphere, where things get gritty.
    • The X rays from the flare bombarded the Earth's atmosphere almost instantly, cooking the ionosphere and producing a surge of electric currents.
    • This results in a powerful electric field between the cloud tops and the ionosphere, the outer layer of Earth's atmosphere.
    • The flow of electric currents in the ionosphere decreased and offset the strength of Earth's magnetic field (as detected on Earth's surface) by more than 10 percent.
    • The burst of gamma rays and X-rays even disturbed the Earth's ionosphere, causing a sudden disruption in some radio communications.
    • The ionosphere reflects neither FM radio nor broadcast television, itself a part of the radio spectrum.
    • Later it became apparent what was happening, the signals were going up to the ionosphere and being bounced down to earth but they didn't know anything about that in 1898.