Atmosphere – With Ariane http://withariane.com/ Fri, 27 May 2022 14:42:41 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://withariane.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/default1.png Atmosphere – With Ariane http://withariane.com/ 32 32 Modified Atmosphere Packaging (MAP) Machinery Market Report SWOT Growth by 2030 https://withariane.com/modified-atmosphere-packaging-map-machinery-market-report-swot-growth-by-2030/ Fri, 27 May 2022 14:42:41 +0000 https://withariane.com/modified-atmosphere-packaging-map-machinery-market-report-swot-growth-by-2030/ United States, New Jersey– The Global Modified Atmosphere Packaging (MAP) Machinery Market The 2022-2029 research report is a valuable source of insightful data for business strategists. It provides an overview of the industry with growth analysis and historical & future cost, revenue, demand and supply data (as applicable). Research analysts provide an elaborate description of […]]]>

United States, New Jersey– The Global Modified Atmosphere Packaging (MAP) Machinery Market The 2022-2029 research report is a valuable source of insightful data for business strategists. It provides an overview of the industry with growth analysis and historical & future cost, revenue, demand and supply data (as applicable). Research analysts provide an elaborate description of the value chain and its analysis of distributors. This market research provides comprehensive data which enhances the understanding, scope and application of this report.

The research focuses on global players operating in the Modified Atmosphere Packaging (MAP) Machines market and includes information such as company profiles, product pictures and descriptions, capacity, production, value, income and contact details. This research provides essential statistics on the state of the industry and is a valuable source of information and knowledge for companies and individuals working in the market. Along with the CAGR projection, additional metrics such as year-over-year market growth, qualitative and quantitative data are provided. Market size, value, volume, product portfolio, market description, and categorization are all highlighted. Further, current trends and technical advancements within the Modified Atmosphere Packaging (MAP) Machinery market are highlighted.

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Market segmentation :

Key players:

  • PVC systems
  • R. A. Jones
  • MTEK
  • Fifth point
  • Teinnovations
  • Shanghai Fanming Machinery
  • SUK-Machines

Segment by types:

  • horizontal-type
  • upright type

Segment by applications:

  • Pharmaceutical packaging
  • Food packaging
  • Electronic packaging
  • Other

Scope of the Modified Atmosphere Packaging (MAP) Machines Market Report

Report attribute Details
Market size available for years 2022 – 2029
Base year considered 2022
Historical data 2015 – 2020
Forecast period 2022 – 2029
Quantitative units Revenue in USD Million and CAGR from 2022 to 2029
Segments Covered Types, applications, end users, and more.
Report cover Revenue Forecast, Business Ranking, Competitive Landscape, Growth Factors and Trends
Regional scope North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin America, Middle East and Africa
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Regions are covered in Modified Atmosphere Packaging (MAP) Machinery Market Report 2022 to 2029

For a comprehensive understanding of market dynamics, the global Modified Atmosphere Packaging (MAP) Machinery market is analyzed across key geographies, namely: North America (United States, Canada, and Mexico), Europe ( Germany, France, UK, Russia and Italy), Asia-Pacific (China, Japan, Korea, India and Southeast Asia), South America (Brazil, Argentina and Colombia), Middle East and Africa (Arabia Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Egypt, Nigeria and South Africa). Each of these regions is analyzed based on market findings across major countries in these regions for macro-level market understanding.

Report Highlights

– Quantitative market information and forecast for the global Modified Atmosphere Packaging (MAP) Machinery industry, segmented by type, end-use and geographical region.

– Expert analysis of the key technological, demographic, economic and regulatory factors driving the Modified Atmosphere Packaging (MAP) Machinery growth up to 2029.

– Market opportunities and recommendations for new investments.

– Growth prospects for emerging countries until 2029.

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There are 13 Sections to show the global Modified Atmosphere Packaging (MAP) Machinery market:

Chapter 1: Market Overview, Drivers, Restraints and Opportunities, Segmentation Overview

Chapter 2: Market Competition by Manufacturers

Chapter 3: Production by regions

Chapter 4: Consumption by Regions

Chapter 5: Production, by Types, Revenue and Market Share by Types

Chapter 6: Consumption, by Applications, Market Share (%) and Growth Rate by Applications

Chapter 7: Comprehensive Profiling and Analysis of Manufacturers

Chapter 8: Manufacturing Cost Analysis, Raw Material Analysis, Manufacturing Expense by Region

Chapter 9: Industrial Chain, Sourcing Strategy and Downstream Buyers

Chapter 10: Marketing Strategy Analysis, Distributors/Traders

Chapter 11: Market Effect Factor Analysis

Chapter 12: Market Forecast

Chapter 13: Modified Atmosphere Packaging (MAP) Machinery Market Research Findings and Conclusion, Appendix, methodology and data source

Finally, the researchers shed light on the precise analysis of the global Modified Atmosphere Packaging (MAP) Machinery market dynamics. It also measures enduring trends and platforms that are driving market growth. The degree of competition is also measured in the research report. With the help of SWOT and Porter’s five analyses, the market has been thoroughly analyzed. It also helps in dealing with the risks and challenges faced by businesses. Also, it offers in-depth research on sales approaches.

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Alma Schrader’s school nurse adopts therapy dog ​​for students https://withariane.com/alma-schraders-school-nurse-adopts-therapy-dog-for-students/ Wed, 25 May 2022 22:27:00 +0000 https://withariane.com/alma-schraders-school-nurse-adopts-therapy-dog-for-students/ CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo. (KFVS) – Alma Schrader Elementary School provides emotional support and comfort to students with the help of a four-legged friend. The staff’s goal is to relieve students’ stress by changing the classroom atmosphere. When Maggie, the therapy dog, walks into the classroom at Alma Schrader Elementary School, excitement erupts. “Every time they […]]]>

CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo. (KFVS) – Alma Schrader Elementary School provides emotional support and comfort to students with the help of a four-legged friend.

The staff’s goal is to relieve students’ stress by changing the classroom atmosphere.

When Maggie, the therapy dog, walks into the classroom at Alma Schrader Elementary School, excitement erupts.

“Every time they see her their demeanor immediately changes and they’re very respectful and they’re nice and they’re calm and they love having her here like we do,” school nurse Kimberly Hanebrink said. .

School nurse Kimberly Hanebrink adopted Maggie from SEMO pets.

She says Maggie is working well to build the student’s confidence.

“Maggie has a long list of work responsibilities that she helps with supporting our staff and students on an emotional level, she helps with some of the mental health issues related to reducing anxiety and depression, she works well with our students’ diminishing social skills,” Hanebrink said.

Student Hayden Drogee says the therapy dog ​​helps with concentration during study hours.

“If I’m just doing work and I’m a little stressed and she kind of comes over, it makes me happier and then I can focus,” student Hayden Drogee said.

“Maggie makes me feel calm and happy at the same time because like every time I work, and I feel like I can’t concentrate on what I’m doing, she makes me feel like I can focus,” student Aniston Smith said.

Hanebrink says Maggie will make a big difference for students.

“I’m very proud of Maggie, I think she’s been one of the best things about Alma Schrader for our family. She’s a family dog, so she’s very welcome in the alma Schrader family.

Alma Schrader’s school nurse expects Maggie to be fully trained by August when school begins.

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Atmosphere Furnaces Market Size and Forecast https://withariane.com/atmosphere-furnaces-market-size-and-forecast/ Tue, 24 May 2022 02:28:43 +0000 https://withariane.com/atmosphere-furnaces-market-size-and-forecast/ New Jersey, United States – Atmosphere Furnaces Market The 2022-2029 report has been prepared based on an in-depth market analysis with input from industry experts. The Atmosphere Furnaces Market study sheds light on the significant growth momentum that is expected to prevail during the assessment period 2022-2029. The study offers statistics on key segments in […]]]>

New Jersey, United States – Atmosphere Furnaces Market The 2022-2029 report has been prepared based on an in-depth market analysis with input from industry experts. The Atmosphere Furnaces Market study sheds light on the significant growth momentum that is expected to prevail during the assessment period 2022-2029. The study offers statistics on key segments in important geographies, along with detailed mapping of the global competitive landscape. Additionally, the market report tracks the global Atmospheric Furnaces sales in 25+ high-growth markets, as well as analyzing the impact COVID-19 has had on the current industry and Atmospheric Furnaces sector specifically.

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The high impact factors and renderers have been studied in the Atmosphere Furnace market report to help the readers to understand the overall development. Additionally, the report includes constraints and challenges that can be stumbling blocks in the players’ path. This will help users to be attentive and make informed decisions related to business. Specialists also focused on future business prospects.

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Atmosphere Furnaces Market – Type Outlook (Revenue, USD Million, 2017 – 2029)

• Box furnaces
• Swing top ovens
• Car bottom ovens
• Bell furnaces
• Roller ovens
• Rotary hearth furnaces
• Vertical hardening furnaces

Atmosphere Furnaces Market – Application Outlook (Revenue, USD Million, 2017 – 2029)

• Automotive
• Construction
• Rail
• Nuclear
• Defense
• Trucks/Agriculture
• Petroleum gas

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ESTIMATED YEAR 2022
YEAR OF REFERENCE 2021
FORECAST YEAR 2029
HISTORICAL YEAR 2020
UNITY Value (million USD/billion)
SECTORS COVERED Types, applications, end users, and more.
REPORT COVER Revenue Forecast, Business Ranking, Competitive Landscape, Growth Factors and Trends
BY REGION North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin America, Middle East and Africa
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➛ North America (United States, Canada and Mexico)
➛ Europe (Germany, France, United Kingdom, Russia and Italy)
➛ Asia-Pacific (China, Japan, Korea, India and Southeast Asia)
➛ South America (Brazil, Argentina, Colombia, etc.)
➛ Middle East and Africa (Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Egypt, Nigeria and South Africa)

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‘St James Park has the best atmosphere’ – German Premier League star https://withariane.com/st-james-park-has-the-best-atmosphere-german-premier-league-star/ Sun, 22 May 2022 14:22:08 +0000 https://withariane.com/st-james-park-has-the-best-atmosphere-german-premier-league-star/ St James Park is a very different place now. A combination of Mike Ashley ownership and Steve Bruce management had made home games a chore most of the time. Poor football and an increasingly bad atmosphere. Ashley achieving the near impossible but it had taken more than 14 years as Newcastle fans lost all hope […]]]>

St James Park is a very different place now.

A combination of Mike Ashley ownership and Steve Bruce management had made home games a chore most of the time.

Poor football and an increasingly bad atmosphere. Ashley achieving the near impossible but it had taken more than 14 years as Newcastle fans lost all hope and that then manifested itself with matches sometimes played in near silence.

However, the withdrawal of Mike Ashley and his minions such as Steve Bruce and Lee Charnley changed the mood.

November 20, 2021 was the first game under new ET owners Eddie Howe, a very strong performance and what should have been a comfortable win, only for two errors from Karl Darlow to lead to a 3-3 draw.

Brentford star Vitaly Janelt started that first game for Howe and, of course, the memory stayed with him, when the German media asked him ‘Which stadium in England has the best atmosphere?’ he left for St James Park.

It ended up being a season for Newcastle United, especially at home.

Since the positive ownership/management changes were made in the fall, St James Park has been a very different place, seven home wins in the last eight games, while the atmospheres have soared on so many levels, culminating with the one against Arsenal. which was first class.

Vitaly Janelt interviewed by sports horn “Which stadium in England has the best atmosphere?”

“We can only accommodate 17,000 spectators (in Brentford) but the atmosphere is always excellent.

“Away from home, I preferred Newcastle.

“It’s (St James Park) a typical English stadium.

“The new owners had just arrived, so there was a lot of euphoria among Newcastle fans anyway.

“Then the match ended 3:3.

“The atmosphere was exceptional.”

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Ancelotti: ‘I would give myself top marks for the season’ https://withariane.com/ancelotti-i-would-give-myself-top-marks-for-the-season/ Fri, 20 May 2022 22:27:59 +0000 https://withariane.com/ancelotti-i-would-give-myself-top-marks-for-the-season/ NEW STORIES. 05/20/2022 “The atmosphere at Valdebebas has made the difference this season,” said the coach. After his team’s draw against Betis at the Santiago Bernabeu, Carlo Ancelotti spoke at a virtual press conference on the final game of the league campaign. “I would give myself top marks because it’s a season where we started […]]]>

NEW STORIES. 05/20/2022

“The atmosphere at Valdebebas has made the difference this season,” said the coach.

After his team’s draw against Betis at the Santiago Bernabeu, Carlo Ancelotti spoke at a virtual press conference on the final game of the league campaign. “I would give myself top marks because it’s a season where we started well and finished stronger. We have been consistent. Sometimes we played very well and sometimes not so well, but the team always showed commitment. We must salute the individual performances of Courteous, Karim, Vinicius as well as the rest of the team. The collective work has been excellent as well as the players who have made fewer appearances”.


“The atmosphere was incredible and I thank the players for respecting my decisions. They never gave up even though they couldn’t play and I benched players who won four Champions League trophies. The atmosphere at Valdebebas made the difference this season.

Alaba
Alaba will be fit for the final. We didn’t need to take any risks tonight. He will join the group on Monday and will be 100%. It’s true that it’s been a while since he last played, but in these kinds of games the physical aspect is not the only one that is vital, the ability and the experience playing also a role. David (Ancelotti) wasn’t here tonight as he left for a UEFA Pro course in Wales and he had to go for two days, but he will be back on Sunday.

Marcello
“He hasn’t said goodbye yet because he is still our captain and will be for the final too. If he does say goodbye, it will be a goodbye from one of the greatest in world football and one of the best wingers on the planet.



Rodrygo
“He’s an important player. He often made all the difference when he came off the bench. He also performed well when he started the games. It’s a decision I have to make officially in the next few days, but I already know what I’m going to do.



isco
“I mentioned to isco before that he made his debut in my first game here in Madrid and scored with a header. It’s the end of a fantastic career at real Madrid. Yes, he could have done more, but he has been an important part of this team for the past few years. He participated in important matches and finals. It has always run well and proven its quality. I wish him the best.”



Ball
“He wasn’t on the bench tonight because he wasn’t in good shape. He wanted to say goodbye to the fans here at the stadium. He has one last chance because he will be fit for the final.

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Why Boulder and Flagstaff are pooling resources to buy carbon disposal https://withariane.com/why-boulder-and-flagstaff-are-pooling-resources-to-buy-carbon-disposal/ Tue, 17 May 2022 10:48:02 +0000 https://withariane.com/why-boulder-and-flagstaff-are-pooling-resources-to-buy-carbon-disposal/ In the summer of 2020, the Liberal City Council of Flagstaff, Arizona passed a resolution to achieve carbon neutrality by 2030, tasking the city’s Office of Sustainability with developing a plan to get there. The agency’s small team set to work gathering community feedback and modeling different emission reduction options. But the tight deadline backed […]]]>

In the summer of 2020, the Liberal City Council of Flagstaff, Arizona passed a resolution to achieve carbon neutrality by 2030, tasking the city’s Office of Sustainability with developing a plan to get there.

The agency’s small team set to work gathering community feedback and modeling different emission reduction options. But the tight deadline backed them against a wall. The best plan they could come up with, one that was both ambitious and realistic, would only cut emissions by 44% by the end of the decade. That’s how Ramon Alatorre, Flagstaff’s climate and energy coordinator, found himself before city council last May, arguing that Flagstaff should do something few other local governments had even considered – these emissions would have to be balanced by sucking carbon dioxide out of the atmosphere.

deliver a PowerPoint by videoconference, Alatorre described various approaches to extracting carbon from the atmosphere, including planting trees and restoring ecosystems, grinding minerals to improve their carbon-absorbing properties, and building futuristic factories. which suck in large volumes of air, separate the carbon dioxide, and send it to underground storage sites. He warned the city council that most were still in the early stages of research and development and were expensive.

“We cannot delay the development of carbon dioxide removal,” he said. “It will take time to evolve, and there will be obstacles to navigate.”

The town hall is convinced. Two weeks later, Flagstaff became one of the top cities in the country with a climate action plan which included the elimination of carbon dioxide, or CDR. But Alatorre’s presentation also resonated far beyond the borders of Flagstaff. A few months later, he was talking with Susie Strife, the director of sustainability for Boulder County, Colorado, who had heard of his presentation and was also working on starting a carbon removal program.

Now Flagstaff and Boulder County are partnering to form a coalition of local governments that will pool resources to fund CDR projects in the Four Corners area. By working together, Strife and Alatorre hope to not only help grow the carbon removal industry, but also give local communities a say in rolling out these projects, which can come with a myriad trade-offs and risks.

“If we’re not involved, we’re kind of at the mercy of whatever guardrails those who are involved put up or their parameters,” Alatorre told Grist.

To date, the development of zero carbon has been driven largely by a few big tech companies like Microsoft and billionaires like Elon Musk, who fund early-stage projects. Interest in CDR began to grow after a 2018 report by the United Nations climatologist group said the world would need to remove a lot of carbon from the atmosphere, potentially billions of metric tons per year. , to meet the Paris Agreement goal of limiting warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius (2.7 degrees Fahrenheit.)

Alatorre and Strife want their communities to be climate leaders, but CDR is difficult to tackle with a limited municipal budget. “If a local government tries to do it on their own, it’s going to be extremely expensive and time-consuming, and we don’t have the technical expertise,” Strife said. “We are trying to pool resources and create a kind of local government platform for CDR.”

The idea for the coalition was, in part, inspired by Strife’s experience creating an initiative called Colorado Communities for Climate Action, a coalition of 40 local governments that collectively push for national and federal climate policy. stronger. She and Alatorre also compared him to Solarizea grassroots strategy that allowed homeowner groups across the country to pool their demand for solar panels and solicit competitive bids from companies, resulting in lower costs.

Strife and Alatorre were first connected by members of the OpenAir Collective, a national volunteer network of carbon removal enthusiasts and advocates. Christopher Neidl, a co-founder of OpenAir who advised the coalition, said that by pooling resources, it can be a driver for more innovative and creative deployment of CDR – solutions with “far-reaching advantage”. .

Neidl compared this strategy to that of Stripe, a Silicon Valley payment software company that has made a name for itself in CDR. Rather than paying for relatively inexpensive tree-planting projects, Stripe has spent millions of dollars buying carbon removal from startups, in many cases as the very first corporate customer. which have not yet fully proven their methods, in order to drive innovation and speed. until development.

A direct air capture plant in Iceland built by Climeworks, of which Stripe and Microsoft were the first customers.
Halldor Kolbeins/AFP via Getty Images

The Four Corners coalition is still in its infancy. He has a one page mission statement which lists a collection goal of $1.25 million to support the removal of 2,500 metric tons of CO2, which means they could end up spending up to $500 per metric ton. (Currently, the most expensive forms of carbon removal can cost several hundred to over a thousand dollars per metric ton.) Flagstaff and Boulder County have together committed $300,000 to get started. Boulder will use funds from its Sustainability Tax, a program that diverts a portion of county sales tax to sustainability programs. Alatorre said his department is contributing funding it received from the U.S. Federal Bailout Act, the COVID-19 stimulus package that Congress passed in March 2021.

The coalition’s first request for proposals, which it will issue later this summer, will solicit projects that involve capturing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and sequestering it in concrete. “Concrete is incredibly distributed, there are concrete producers in almost every community,” Alatorre said. “So if you were to use that to build our sidewalks, that could be really interesting.”

Alatorre and Strife are also excited about other local benefits that carbon removal projects could bring to the region, such as job creation and ecosystem health. The two explained the possibility of collecting wood debris from overgrown forests and turn it into biochar, a very stable substance similar to charcoal. Scientists believe that biochar can store carbon locked in wood and other organic waste for hundreds or even thousands of years – and when added to soil it can potentially improve water retention and returns. Independent of the coalition’s work, Strife’s office recently launched a request for proposals offering $450,000 to support local projects that both remove carbon from the atmosphere and support “resilience and landscape restoration.”

Stefan Sommer, an environmentalist who lives in Flagstaff and sits on the board of a local climate group called the Northern Arizona Climate Change Alliance, said he was concerned when the city incorporated carbon dioxide removal into its climate plan. “We need to focus more on reducing emissions, since there are so many uncertainties in carbon capture and sequestration,” he said. “I worry because it really depends on which avenue they take.”

He mentioned the tree planting programs that were discovered he was using faulty carbon accountingthe huge power consumption required for air filtering machines, and the challenges of measuring and monitoring the carbon removed by ocean-based methods, such as grow kelp then sink it to the bottom of the ocean.

But Sommer was more optimistic when he learned the coalition was planning to research ways to store carbon in concrete. “I think it’s wonderful that they’re considering this option,” he said. “It’s something that has the potential to remove some CO2 from the atmosphere and stop emitting a lot of it, as cement production accounts for around 8% of global emissions.”

Sommer isn’t alone in being skeptical about eliminating carbon. Many climate and environmental justice advocates fear that pursuing these solutions will divert attention and resources away from reducing emissions today – largely because some of the the largest carbon removal projects in development today are backed by fossil fuel companies. There are also concerns that the potential environmental and economic impacts of carbon removal projects will fall on historically overburdened communities.

A group of researchers recently supported in The New Republic that carbon removal should ultimately be a public service, like waste disposal, and fully owned and operated by communities. This structure could ensure that CDR is deployed in the public interest, as a source of well-paying jobs and in the way that is most beneficial to communities. Toly Rinberg, a PhD student in physics at Harvard University who studies carbon removal and one of the paper’s authors, fears that if carbon removal projects are owned by private companies, the incentives will only be focused on carbon and profit, not research for public health or local economies.

He said carbon removal is currently so nascent and small-scale that it makes sense for governments to use public money to fund private projects in a way that builds trust in communities. But he wants businesses and governments to think early about how to build in community control, so that when these projects grow 1,000 times, they will still align with local priorities.

Alatorre and Strife hope cutting-edge projects at the grassroots level will help build support for carbon removal from the ground up. “We talk to people who are part of our community and ask them what their concerns are, and educate our constituents about it who might be skeptical,” Strife said.

Stephanie Arcusa, a postdoctoral fellow at Arizona State University’s Center for Negative Carbon Emissions, who previously interned at the Flagstaff Office of Sustainability, said she’s excited about the coalition because it will give ordinary people a more great exposure to carbon removal and will help ensure that the benefits go directly to the community.

“I don’t think they think they can cover all of their shows through their coalition, but maybe it’s a way to cut costs, catalyze change and make it more visible to local people. “, she said. “I think it’s more about perception and appearance than making a material difference – for now.”


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Atmosphere Prepared for Powerful Storms in the Northeast and Mid Atlantic https://withariane.com/atmosphere-prepared-for-powerful-storms-in-the-northeast-and-mid-atlantic/ Sun, 15 May 2022 18:15:21 +0000 https://withariane.com/atmosphere-prepared-for-powerful-storms-in-the-northeast-and-mid-atlantic/ A man accidentally drops a book into a puddle while crossing the street as it rains in New York City on May 7. Photo by John Angelillo/UPI | License picture For some in the eastern United States, the end of last week and the start of the weekend brought the first really hot, humid and […]]]>
A man accidentally drops a book into a puddle while crossing the street as it rains in New York City on May 7. Photo by John Angelillo/UPI | License picture

For some in the eastern United States, the end of last week and the start of the weekend brought the first really hot, humid and sticky conditions of the season. As this taste of summer will continue to help sweat residents across the region, AccuWeather weather forecasters say it will also set the stage for something far more troublesome.

After days of warm, humid air, the atmosphere is poised to trigger a threat of severe storms early this week in parts of the mid-Atlantic and northeast.

The same storm that is about to bring volatile weather to the central United States on Sunday will move east for Monday.

“A cold front associated with this storm will deepen in the eastern states on Monday,” said AccuWeather meteorologist Rob Richards.

Once this front comes face to face with the sticky band of air already in place, strong to severe thunderstorms will quickly develop and track eastward. The timing of the strongest storms will be Monday afternoon through Monday evening, forecasters say.

A considerable portion of the East will need to keep an eye on the skies for rapidly changing conditions on Monday. Areas from northern North Carolina, through parts of Pennsylvania and New Jersey, and north to New York and much of New England all have the potential for powerful storms.

“These thunderstorms will have the potential to produce a variety of hazards including torrential downpours, hail, damaging wind gusts and even isolated tornadoes,” Richards warned.

However, AccuWeather forecasters have identified a narrower corridor where some of the most explosive storms of the day can develop.

“The area most at risk will be that of washington dc, east to Pennsylvania and north to New York City“, said Richards.

Big cities like philadelphia cream and Baltimoreas well as densely populated cities like WilmingtonDel., and AllentownPennsylvania, fall under this area of ​​greatest risk.

While any location in Monday’s severe storm hazard zone can experience heavy rain, damaging wind gusts and hail, it’s in the highest hazard zone that widespread gusts of 60 to 70 mph are the more likely to occur during storms, with an AccuWeather Local StormMax&trade of 80 mph.

Winds of this magnitude can bring down trees and power lines and can also cause problems for large vehicles traveling on area roads.

The most likely arrival time for severe thunderstorms in Washington, DC, will be in the afternoon, while in Philadelphia, storms will persist until later in the afternoon. In New York, the storm threat is expected to arrive in the late afternoon or early evening. This means that for parts of the Interstate-95 corridor, some of the strongest storms are expected to arrive around evening rush hour.

After a busy weather day on Monday, Tuesday will hit an entirely different deal for much of the northeast and parts of the mid-Atlantic.

After the cold front exits much of the region on Tuesday, cooler, less humid air and windy conditions will filter through the northeast in its wake.

On Tuesday, temperatures will drop in places like BinghamtonNY and Burlingtonin Virginia, where temperatures are expected to rise above average on Monday.

Beginning Tuesday and continuing into the middle of the week, many locations in the Northeastern United States will experience high temperatures reaching near to below average levels with much less humidity.

This easing of temperatures and humidity will certainly make conditions much more spring-like for a few days, rather than an early onset of summer.

AccuWeather forecasters warn that this streak of more comfortable weather may not last very long as another pattern shift looms on the horizon. At the weekend, a change in the jet stream could once again bring a sharp rise in temperatures to the region.

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The lunar eclipse will be visible in Missouri on Sunday https://withariane.com/the-lunar-eclipse-will-be-visible-in-missouri-on-sunday/ Fri, 13 May 2022 10:19:00 +0000 https://withariane.com/the-lunar-eclipse-will-be-visible-in-missouri-on-sunday/ Amateur astronomers in Missouri and Illinois will watch the skies late Sunday evening for a glimpse of a late evening lunar eclipse. A lunar eclipse occurs when the Earth, Sun, and Moon align directly. The moon often appears reddish-orange as it moves slowly through Earth’s shadow, due to sunlight scattering through the upper parts of […]]]>

Amateur astronomers in Missouri and Illinois will watch the skies late Sunday evening for a glimpse of a late evening lunar eclipse.

A lunar eclipse occurs when the Earth, Sun, and Moon align directly. The moon often appears reddish-orange as it moves slowly through Earth’s shadow, due to sunlight scattering through the upper parts of the atmosphere and refracting off the moon’s surface. Lunar eclipses occur regularly every year, but not all are visible in North America.

If the sky is clear, the eclipse will be visible around 9:30 p.m. and will peak about 90 minutes later.

During a total lunar eclipse, the Earth is sandwiched between the sun and the moon. As the sun shines on one side of Earth, it creates a “cone of darkness” on the moon, said Rich Heuermann of the Astronomical Society of Saint-Louis.

“What you’ll start to see is a dark slice at the edge of the moon, and that little slice will get bigger and bigger, until the moon is totally covered,” said Heuermann, a former deputy director of the McDonnell Planetarium in St. Louis. .

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If the sky is clear, the eclipse will be visible around 9:30 p.m. and will peak about 90 minutes later.

Although nicknamed the “blood moon” for its brilliant red hue, the moon’s color can vary depending on the composition of particles in Earth’s atmosphere.

The moon will be completely darkened for about an hour and a half, starting at 10:30 p.m. – a period known as totality. The eclipse will end just before 1 a.m. Monday.

“If you have a clear view to the south, just look out the back door and observe for a few minutes,” said Heuermann, also a retired member of the University of Washington’s Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences. “If you’re where the sky is dark, when the moon is in Earth’s shadow, the whole sky darkens and the stars come out brighter.”

Lunar eclipse viewing events on Sunday:

Jefferson College Observatory, 9873 Farm Road, Hillsboro, Missouri. The event starts at 9 p.m. and is open to the public. Members of the St. Louis Astronomical Society will provide telescopes. Event information available on the St. Louis Astronomical Society website.

Broemmelsiek Park Astronomy Site, 1593 Schwede Road, Challenge. The Astronomical Society of Eastern Missouri will host a public lunar eclipse event, beginning at 9 p.m. The site offers 10 viewing stations in a remote section of the park with limited light pollution. More information and itineraries available here.

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The moon will turn red during the total lunar eclipse this Sunday evening https://withariane.com/the-moon-will-turn-red-during-the-total-lunar-eclipse-this-sunday-evening/ Wed, 11 May 2022 19:01:17 +0000 https://withariane.com/the-moon-will-turn-red-during-the-total-lunar-eclipse-this-sunday-evening/ Placeholder while loading article actions The first total lunar eclipse of 2022 is set to dye the moon red on Sunday evening. This weekend’s full “Flower Moon” will be bathed in rusty bronze light as Earth’s shadow passes through it, creating a spectacle visible across much of North America. Just about everyone in the contiguous […]]]>
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The first total lunar eclipse of 2022 is set to dye the moon red on Sunday evening. This weekend’s full “Flower Moon” will be bathed in rusty bronze light as Earth’s shadow passes through it, creating a spectacle visible across much of North America.

Just about everyone in the contiguous United States will be able to enjoy the show, weather permitting. For those in California and the Pacific Northwest, only the second half of the eclipse will be visible when the burgundy moon rises during the whole.

In two years, a full solar eclipse will travel from Texas to Maine

This is the first of two total lunar eclipses visible from the United States this year. The next one is scheduled for the night of Nov. 7 and will favor parts of northwestern North America that will miss the Sunday night show.

What is a total lunar eclipse?

Eclipses of all shapes occur when one object blocks another. In the case of a total lunar eclipse, the Earth comes between the sun and the moon. You might expect this to block sunlight from reaching the moon, causing it to disappear, but it doesn’t. Instead, some of the sunlight brushes Earth’s periphery through our atmosphere and is scattered toward the moon.

For this to happen, the sun, earth, and moon must all be aligned. This only happens during the full moon.

Total solar eclipses, on the other hand, occur during new moons, when the moon slips between Earth and the sun. This prevents sunlight from reaching a narrow corridor of the Earth, turning day into night. Solar eclipses also allow the emergence of the sun’s milky white corona, or atmosphere, usually eclipsed by blazing sunlight.

Solar and lunar eclipses occur in pairs about two weeks apart; the most recent partial solar eclipse, on April 30, was visible from South America.

The total lunar eclipse will begin as a mundane “penumbral” lunar eclipse – a subtle darkening barely noticeable to the untrained observer. This is when the broadest and most diffuse part of the Earth’s shadows begins to sweep across the lunar surface from bottom left to top right.

The partial phase of the eclipse will ensue, when the edge of the shadow, or the darkest part of the Earth’s shadow, first makes contact with the moon. You will see a veil of darkness cross the moon, its edge a gentle curve representing the shape of the Earth. The curve of the shadow will be smoother than that of the moon, since the Earth is larger.

Once the shadow swallows it completely, the moon will turn red. This is because the only light reaching the moon is that which passes through the earth’s atmosphere. The shorter wavelengths/higher frequencies of light are scattered, leaving only the longer, red-colored wavelengths able to penetrate through the length of the atmosphere at a low angle of incidence . It’s the same premise that makes sunrises and sunsets red. Therefore, you see the light of the always simultaneous sunrise and sunset projected onto the moon.

The maximum eclipse occurs when the moon is most firmly buried in Earth’s shadow, immersed in nothing but a strange red light. The color of a lunar eclipse actually varies depending on the pollution of the atmosphere; astronomers assess tonal hues on the Danjon scale, where a zero corresponds to a barely visible eclipse and a four to a copper-rust. Volcanic eruptions and the presence of aerosols are known to reduce the vibration of lunar eclipses.

All times provided are in Eastern Time:

Begin penumbral eclipse: 9:32:05 p.m. Eastern Time

Start partial eclipse: 10:27:52 p.m. Eastern Time

Start the whole: 11:29:03 p.m. Eastern Time

Maximum eclipse: 12:11:28 a.m. Eastern Time

End of totality: 12:53:55 a.m. Eastern Time

End of the partial eclipse: 1:55:07 a.m. Eastern Time

End of the penumbral eclipse: 2:50:49 EST

To note: For some on the west coast, the moon will not rise until totality is already underway. Moonrise in San Francisco, for example, is scheduled for 8:06 p.m. PT, just 23 minutes before totality begins.

What is special about total lunar eclipses?

Lunar eclipses are not as special as total solar eclipses. Lunar eclipses can be seen from all over the night side of the Earth, since the moon is visible from anywhere. Most places receive one or two total lunar eclipses per year.

Total solar eclipses, on the other hand, are only visible from a given location once every 375 years on average. The path to totality can be a ribbon barely a mile wide, and the experience is surreal. The next one to be seen in the United States will be on Monday, April 8, 2024.

Patches of cloud will be scattered intermittently over the East Coast, Intermountain West, Sierra Nevada and Pacific Northwest. The center of the country will see large expanses of clear skies suitable for viewing.

A more refined prediction will be made in the coming days.

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LG Chem will produce plastic raw materials with carbon dioxide in the atmosphere https://withariane.com/lg-chem-will-produce-plastic-raw-materials-with-carbon-dioxide-in-the-atmosphere/ Tue, 10 May 2022 02:09:06 +0000 https://withariane.com/lg-chem-will-produce-plastic-raw-materials-with-carbon-dioxide-in-the-atmosphere/ LG Chem and the Korea Institute of Science and Technology (KIST) have developed a process to manufacture plastic raw materials with carbon dioxide in the air. LG Chem announced on May 9 that it has developed, through collaboration with KIST, an electrochemical conversion reactor capable of increasing the efficiency of converting carbon […]]]>



LG Chem and the Korea Institute of Science and Technology (KIST) have developed a process to manufacture plastic raw materials with carbon dioxide in the air.

LG Chem announced on May 9 that it has developed, through collaboration with KIST, an electrochemical conversion reactor capable of increasing the efficiency of converting carbon dioxide (CO₂) to carbon monoxide (CO) to the lowest level. highest in the world.

An electrochemical conversion reactor is a device that converts carbon dioxide into high-value carbon compounds, such as carbon monoxide, using electricity. It can also make syngas, a feedstock for various fuels and compounds. As the new technology uses carbon dioxide, which is abundantly present in the atmosphere, as a feedstock, it should help the world achieve carbon neutrality.

An official from LG Chem said the company has achieved an optimal scale for the commercialization of the reactor by applying a stacking method, in which the cells are stacked sideways in the reactor. Moreover, the efficiency of the electric current used for the decomposition and reduction of carbon dioxide is over 90 percent, the highest among the values ​​reported in the papers so far, he added.

The two organizations plan to multiply by 10 or more the size of the reactor to commercialize it. Additionally, it plans to develop technology to capture carbon dioxide from the air and produce ethylene (C₂H₄), a feedstock for various petrochemicals.

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