Aerographic

A`er`o`graph´ic


a.1.Pertaining to aërography; aërological.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The aerographic conditions commonly include the state of atmospheric air in terms of temperature, wind velocity, clouds, precipitation, and volcanic eruptions.
following quadrant of the planet's disk as we can see from the ephemeris for P (the position angle of the aerographic N.
(5.) Moya C, Anto JM, Newman Taylor AJ, and the Collaborative Group for the Study of Toxicity in Textile Aerographic Factories.
[1] There is plenty to do, for example the direct measurement of the aerographic positions independently of the polar snows, the study of the direction of the axis either by the polar snows, or by the other spots remote from the pole (particularly for the study of latitudes), magnitude/thickness of the phases, verification of the constant or variable direction of certain canals, the exact determination of the figure of the polar snows, etc.