38 pages matching possible in this book
Results 1-3 of 38
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Dimensions Mass and Density
The Theory of Radiowave Radiation of a Planet
6 other sections not shown
absorption altitude angle angular antenna approximately astronomical unit atmos atmosphere of Venus averaged in accordance brightness temperature carried centimeter cloud layer coefficient conducted corresponds decrease density dependence determined dielectric dielectric permittivity direction distribution of radioluminescence earth effective base effective cross-section equal evaluation experimental data Figure greenhouse effect hour angle inferior conjunction interferometer ionized ionosphere l0 cm l0.6 cm wave limb measurements of Venus millimeter millimeter band model of Venus non-illuminated side obtained optical thickness parameters permittivity phase variation phere planet planetary disk planetary surface polarization pole possible pressure quasi-specular radiation of Venus radio astronomical radio frequency radiation Radiofrequency Radiation radioluminescence radiotelescopes radius reflected radiation reflected signal Reflection from Venus relationship revealed rotation of Venus RZhAstr RZhFiz Sagan Salomonovich side of Venus solar superior conjunction surface of Venus temperature of Venus thermal thermal radiation Venus disk visibility function visible disk water vapor wave band wavelength band