Cover: Theory of the solar aureole--part I: scattering and radiative transfer.

Theory of the solar aureole--part I: scattering and radiative transfer.

Published 1957

by Diran Deirmendjian

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A discussion of a theory of the clear-sky aureole around the sun as a problem of radiative transfer in a plane-parallel, scattering atmosphere. Applications of the theory to the skylight in the immediate vicinity of the sun will be considered in a subsequent study.

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