Cover: A Water-Cloud Interpretation of Venus' Microwave Continuum

A Water-Cloud Interpretation of Venus' Microwave Continuum

Published 1964

by Diran Deirmendjian

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The presentation of a tentative atmospheric model for Venus, in which a planet-wide, continuous, and thick water-cloud veil contains 10 grams per square centimeter of water over a surface pressure as low as three atmospheres and a surface temperature of 600 deg K. The presentation of a tentative atmospheric model for Venus, in which a planet-wide, continuous, and thick water-cloud veil contains 10 grams per square centimeter of water over a surface pressure as low as three atmospheres and a surface temperature of 600 deg K. (See also R-422, RM-3228.)

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