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Transfer of microwave radiation in the atmosphere.

Glavnai ЕЃa geofizicheskai ЕЃa observatorii ЕЃa (Soviet Union)

Transfer of microwave radiation in the atmosphere.

Transactions of the Main Geophysical Observatory, Im. A. I. Voeikova, no. 222.

by Glavnai ЕЃa geofizicheskai ЕЃa observatorii ЕЃa (Soviet Union)

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Published by NASA in [Washington] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Geophysics -- Societies, etc.,
  • Meteorology -- Societies, etc.,
  • Meteorology -- Russia.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesPerenos mikrovolnovogo izluchenii Ła v atmosfere.
    StatementK. S. Shifrin, editor.
    SeriesNASA TT F-590, NASA technical translation -- F-590.
    ContributionsShifrin, K. S.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination185 p.
    Number of Pages185
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14198216M

    Microwave Radiation, when used to transfer data from Point-A to Point-B, is comprised of micro-second pulses of electrical power sprayed through the ave radiation either penetrates or reflects off of anything or anyone in its path. aerosols scatter primarily solar radiation and cause coolingoftheEarth–rease in the reflected solar radiation at the top of the atmosphere due to such nonabsorbing aerosols is nearly identical to the reduction in solar radiation at aceousaerosols(blackcarbonand organics)absorb and scatter File Size: KB.

    Ummm well if my knowledge is correct the sun does nothing but produce microwaves. A microwave functions (the machine) by producing a much lower oscillation of. Case in point: current exposure limits are based on outdated science. The old science measured microwave frequency radiation by looking solely at thermal impacts. This is the extent to which our body tissue heats up–as if we were a piece of meat cooked in a microwave ove n– which happens at high radiation levels.

    Radiation differs from the other two heat transfer mechanisms i n that it does not require the presence of a material medium to take place. In fact, energy transfer by radiation is fastest (at the speed of light) and it suffers no attenua-tion in a vacuum. Also, radiation transfer occurs in solids as well as liquids and Size: KB. microwave radiation has a longer wavelength and carries more energy per wave than visable light. FALSE. the freezing temperature of pure water is 32 degrees on the ____ scale. fahrenheit. the transfer of energy of heat from molecule to molecule with a substance is called ___. yet the combined albedo of the earth and the atmosphere is about.


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