Atomic Tangerine 🎨 RGB Color Code: #FF9966
The hexadecimal RGB code of Atomic Tangerine color is #FF9966. This code is composed of a hexadecimal FF red (255/256), a 99 green (153/256) and a 66 blue component (102/256). The decimal RGB color code is rgb(255,153,102). Closest WebSafe color: Atomic tangerine (#FF9966)
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of the Crayola colors. Atomic tangerine was formulated by Crayola in 1990. (Atomic tangerine is supposed to be a fluorescent color, but
Atomic Tangerine is an American rock band. The band's lineup consists of vocalist/rhythm guitarist Joshua Snyder, lead guitarist Aton Ben-Horin, bassist
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group Tangerine Dream has released more than three hundred albums, singles, EPs and compilations since the group was formed in 1967. Tangerine Dream's
Outrageous Orange #FF6037 Same color as "Ultra Orange" (1972–1990). Atomic Tangerine #FF9966 Same color as "Ultra Yellow" (1972–1990). Neon Carrot #FF9933
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ColorHexa Ash gray #B2BEB5 70% 75% 71% 135° 9% 72% 6% 75% ISCC-NBS Atomic tangerine #FF9966 100% 60% 40% 20° 100% 70% 60% 100% Crayola Aureolin #FDEE00
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began his career as a musician and songwriter in a touring rock band, Atomic Tangerine, sharing the stage with acts such as Simple Plan and Jimmy Eat World
monitoring the long-term growth of the industry. In April 2000, SRI formed Atomic Tangerine, an independent consulting firm designed to bring new technologies
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