Atmos (disambiguation)

Atmos (disambiguation)

Atmos can mean

* Atmos, a Swedish psychedelic trance musician
* Atmos Energy Corporation, a U.S. energy company
* the Atmos clock manufactured by Jaeger-LeCoultre, which runs on changes in ambient temperature
* the Oric Atmos, a home computer first marketed in 1984
* an abbreviation for Earth's atmosphere or the atmosphere (unit)
* ATMOS Software, an Australian computer and video game company
* ATMOS, the Atmospheric Trace Molecule Spectroscopy instrument of the Atmospheric Laboratory for Applications and Science carried on the Space Shuttle Atlantis (STS-45)
* Ford ATMOS a streamlined, futuristic concept car from the mid-1950s
* Atmos brand of wood- and coal-fired boilers manufactured in the Czech Republic
* Atmos (comics) - a minor character in the 30th century DC Universe
* Atmos Heating Systems, a British supplier of industrial and domestic heaters, including the Drainfree Condensing Boiler, and solar heating systems
* ATMOS (ATMOSpheric emission system) - the carbon-cleaning car filter/GPS navigation system in the "Doctor Who story", "The Sontaran Stratagem"
* Atmos 2000, a self-propelled Israeli artillery system produced by Soltam Systems Ltd.

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