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Pascal (Pa) The term 'Pascal (Pa)' as it applies to the area of Earth observation can be defined as ' Unit of atmospheric pressure named in honor of Blaise Pascal (1632-1662), whose experiments greatly increased knowledge of the atmosphere. A pascal is the force of one newton acting on a surface area of one square meter. It is the unit of pressure designated by the International System'.
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