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The PETM lifted that to above 98°F, more than 16°F above the modern average equatorial Atlantic temperature.An ancient era of global warming could hint at our scorching future|Rachel Feltman|August 16, 2021|Popular-Science
During our work in that hot equatorial visit in 2015, we brought back tiny slivers of nautilus shells for analysis in giant mass spectroscopes.
If Earth had such an orbit, every year we’d pass over the sun’s north pole, dive through its equatorial plane, then pass below the sun’s south pole before coming back up again.Most planets on tilted orbits pass over the poles of their suns|Ken Croswell|June 14, 2021|Science News
Both of those asteroids have equatorial diameters larger than their polar diameters.December’s stunning Geminid meteor shower is born from a humble asteroid|Ken Croswell|December 2, 2020|Science News
Zimbabwe, Equatorial Guinea, Venezuela, and Nicaragua have been floated as possibilities.
The bodies hung there for weeks, reeking and swelling grotesquely in the equatorial heat.
What appear to be good observations show that the equatorial part of its area, at least, still glows from its own heat.
On the equatorial side this air is moving more rapidly than it is on the polar side.
At the same time this descending water drifts along the bottom of the ocean troughs toward the equatorial realm.
Those who do not dwell in the equatorial countries emigrate every autumn, just as your birds do.Urania|Camille Flammarion
It was a full moon, and the glorious golden light of the equatorial night shone through the high trees like a new dawn.With Edged Tools|Henry Seton Merriman