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Does venus have an atmospheric jet stream?

Yes, the atmosphere of Venus is mostly carbon dioxide, 96.5% by volume. Most of the remaining 3.5% is nitrogen. Early evidence pointed to the sulfuric acid content in the atmo (MORE)

Which way does the jet stream travel?

In the US, it generally travels from west to EAST. It can have vary a lot and can dip towards South and abruptly back to the North at times.   The Jet Streams also account (MORE)

What is the stream behind a jet called?

The condensate or "con" trail. There can be two sources. Water is a significant component of efficient fossil fuel combustion. When this hot water (essentially dry steam) exit (MORE)
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Stocks 101: Learn Stock Market Basics

The stock market is one of the more intimidating subjects in all of personal finance. You may want to get into the stock market, but are hesitant because you don't understand (MORE)

How does the jet stream influence the weather?

The jet stream is a band of air about 6 to 9 miles above the earth  and travels from about 120 to 250 miles per hour.. The jet stream  influences weather because it separate (MORE)

What is true of jet streams?

The full question is:   Which is true of jet streams   A The subtropical jet stream flows to the east while the polar jet  stream flows to the west   B The subtro (MORE)

What is attached to the jet stream?

Low Pressure Systems are embedded within and travel along with the Jet Stream. At the Alaskan Panhandle resides what is termed "The Mother Low"; it spawns the Lows that trave (MORE)

What does the jet stream do to the air?

Jet streams give off chemicals that penetrate the air and trickle down to where we breathe. Streams also affect the weather because of the jets high speed, potentially causing (MORE)