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Species listed for Earth are not exhaustive.
Satellite Atmospheres


AsH3
arsine
 
CH3
methyl rad.
 
CH4
methane
 
CO
carbon monoxide
 
CO2
carbon dioxide
 
C2H2
acetylene
 
C2H4
ethylene
 
C2H6
ethane
 
C3H8
propane
 
C3H4
propyne
 
C4H2
diacetylene
 
C6H6
benzene
 
GeH4
germane
 
H2
hydrogen
 
H2O
water
 
HCl
hydrogen chloride
 
HCN
hydrogen cyanide
 
HF
hydrogen fluoride
 
N2
nitrogen
 
N2O
nitrous oxide
 
NH3
ammonia
 
O2
oxygen
 
O3
ozone
 
OCS
carbonyl suifide
 
PH3
phosphine
 
SO2
sulfur dioxide
 
SO
sulfur monoxide
 
S3
trisulur
 
NO
nitriuc oxide
 
ClO
chlorine monoxide
 
OSSO
 
CS
carbon monosulfide
 
H2S
hydrogen sulfide
 



CH4
methane
 
CO
carbon monoxide
 
CO2
carbon dioxide
 
C2H2
acetylene
 
C2H4
ethylene
 
C2H6
ethane
 
C2N2
cyanogen
 
C2H5CN
propanenitrile
 
C3H4
propyne
 
C3H8
propane
 
C4H2
diacetylene
 
C4N2
non-detection
 
C6H6
benzene
 
H2
hydrogen
 
H2O
water
 
HCN
hydrogen cyanide
 
HNC
hydrogen isocyanide
 
HC3N
cyanoacetylene
 
N2
nitrogen
 
NH3
ammonia
 
NaCl
sodium chloride
 
O2
oxygen
 
O3
ozone
 
S2
disulfur
 
SO
sulfur monoxide
 
SO2
sulfur dioxide
 
CH2CCH2
propadiene
 


Acknowledgements

Listings of molecular species found in the atmospheres of the planets and their satellites are largely taken from Photochemistry of Planetary Atmospheres by Y. L. Yung & W. B. DeMore (Oxford University Press, New York), 1999.

Images are adapted from Views of the Solar System by Calvin J. Hamilton.



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Updated 15 September 2019