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Planetary Climates - Aymeric Spiga

Why study planetary atmospheres?

Mars as an illustration of the seasons.

What is thermal inertia?

Now let’s go to Mars.

The seasons on Mars and on Earth.

Venus as an illustration of the greenhouse effect.

What is the greenhouse effect?

Now on to Venus.

Why Venus is a furnace planet?

A possible window to the future of Earth



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