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Mercury’s Atmosphere: A Surface-bound Exosphere

Mercury’s Atmosphere: A Surface-bound Exosphere

Mercury’s Atmosphere: A Surface-bound Exosphere. Virginia Pasek PTYS 395. Atmosphere?. http://www.biocrawler.com/w/images/1/15/Edge_of_Space.png. What is an atmosphere?. Atmosphere - the gaseous envelope of a celestial body (as a planet)

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