Corona (disambiguation)

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A corona is the outer atmosphere of a star.

Corona may also refer to:

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Astronomy and space science[edit]

Biology[edit]

  • Corona (gastropod), a genus of large tropical land snails
  • Corona, an additional structure between the petals and the stamens of a flower
  • Corona, two ciliated anterior lobes of a rotifer

Mathematics[edit]

Physics[edit]

  • Corona discharge or corona effect, an electrical discharge around a conductor
  • Corona poling, treatment of a material to enhance electro-optic properties
  • The last phase of a drop's impact on a liquid surface

Medicine[edit]

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Maritime[edit]

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Architecture[edit]

Music[edit]

  • "Corona" (song), by The Minutemen
  • Corona (band), an Italian music group best known for the hit single "The Rhythm of the Night"
  • The Coronas, a rock band from Dublin
  • Corona, a group of people at a cantus (Dutch drinking and singing party)
  • The corona, the circle of clergy or singers who surround the altar; origin of the term choir

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