Global Cells MET

There are six cells (three pairs of "cells", one each per hemisphere) of differing temperatures around the globe. In order from the Equator to the poles (so hottest to coldest) they are called the Hadley, Ferrell and Polar cells. You need to know the names and the order.

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What are the names of the global circulation cells in order from the Equator to the Poles?