Counter clockwise outward from the center
B. The young sun's solar winds pushed gases outward to the outer solar system.
counterclockwise and outward from the center
Planetary winds are any winds that occur because of solar radiation. They are in direct correlation to the rotation of the earth. Planetary winds do not blow directly north or south.
They come from planet Mars the solar winds blow them onto earth.
Solar winds blow away melted particles on a comet which forms a tail that always points away from the sun
The solar winds from the Sun, because Mercury is so close, blow the atmosphere away. Therefore, all of the gases it has are from the Sun because the solar winds are constantly replacing Mercury's atmosphere.
the answer is mercury because it is so close to the sun that the solar winds blow away the atmosphere.
global winds are winds that blow over long distances.local winds are winds that blow over short distances. you can't type because i had to fix your mistake on "blow" :(
Solar winds blow the debris of the traveling comet to make it appear it has a tail.
why north winds blow to southwest
Global winds blow North to South
Northern trade winds blow from the north.
winds blow sideways because of the rotation of the earth.
Solar winds come from the sum
The Trade winds blow from east to west, these winds are the most common in the Caribbean. The Prevailing winds blow from west to east.
Trade Winds in both hemispheres blow from the east.
It deflects the solar winds around the Earth
Neptune. The winds on Neptune blow at more than 2000 kilometers per hour (1200 miles per hour).
They blow south-southeast. Wind directions are always given as the direction from which they blow, such as "winds out of the northwest."
The Etesian winds blow from a northerly direction off of the Aegean Sea.
trade winds in the southern hemisphere blow from the southeast!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
The Westerlies are winds that blow from West to East across the United States.
The winds that blow south to southeasterly in southern Spain are called the Solano Winds. They are hot, dry winds that typically blow for either 3 or 5 days.
Trade winds blow almost all the time. They provide a continuous warm breeze to areas where trade winds blow. Hawaii is one place that has trade winds.
the trade winds
Prevailing winds in Puerto Rico blow from East to West.
local winds-are winds that blow over short distances caused by unequal heating of the earths surface in a small area. global winds-are winds that blow around the earth from the north pole to the south pole.
We name winds from the direction they come from. So north winds come from the north. East winds come from the east, and blow west. Winds can come out of any direction. The direction the winds come out of the most often depends on where you live.
The warm dry winds that blow down the side of the mountain (leeward side) are known as Foehn Winds.
the strongest winds blow in canoga park during winter and only in December, Jan, and Feb
Where the Winds Blow - 1910 was released on: USA: 31 December 1910
it is local winds
Solar winds are sent out from the upper atmosphere of the sun.
Yes . . . hurricane winds blow in a circular fashion, meaning that at almost every point around the hurricane the wind is blowing in a different direction. Winds in the front blow nearly opposite the winds in back, for example.
High Pressure Areas has little to none winds at all, but to give you some idea, the air in the High Pressure Area literally flow outward due to high density air near the center and friction to the land. Unlike storms, High Pressure Are releases winds outward on a clockwise rotation. Comparing it to magnet, High Pressure Area winds flow to Low Pressure Areas. It's due to unlike densities of the air masses. High Pressure… Read More
They blow in the same direction.
The trade winds (northeast or southeast depending on which hemisphere you're in) blow towards the Equator.
No. In the Northern Hemisphere, the trade winds blow Northeast and in the Southern Hemisphere they blow Southeast
mountains affect prevealing winds as they blow across a continent
The winds which blow permanently in one direction throughout the year are primary winds.
Neptune has the strongest sustained winds of any planet in the Solar System
Offshore winds will blow the unwary captain onto shoals or reefs. Onshore winds will blow the unwary captain away from his next landmark or landfall.
global winds blow in specific directions.