A study that obtains the specific intensity of a pencil of radiation diffusely reflected by a finite, plane-parallel, inhomogeneous, nonemitting, and isotropically scattering atmosphere. The authors use three-dimensional cylindrical coordinates and the invariant-imbedding technique. 18 pp.
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