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Why is it called the Coriolis effect?

Why is it called the Coriolis effect?

2020-03-04

The Coriolis Effect is named after French mathematician and physicist Gaspard-Gustave de Coriolis. ... In simple terms, the Coriolis Effect makes things (like planes or currents of air) traveling long distances around the Earth appear to move at a curve as opposed to a straight line.

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