A compilation of selected data on solar radiation at sea level
A spectral distribution curve of solar irradiance at sea level, over the range of 0.3 to 15.0 microns, is presented. This curve was developed from data compiled by Moon in 1940, high altitude solar irradiance measurements reported by Johnson in 1954, and atmosphere transmission measurements reported by Gebbie, et al, in 1951. (Author).
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1.8 microns air mass altitude solar irradiance Assignment 91 195 atmosphere transmission measurements B. H. Morgan Compilation of Selected curve of solar curve was developed data is headed Data on Solar data presented DEDICATED TO PROGRESS DEFENSE DOCUMENTATION CENTER developed from data distance about 60 document is unlimited earth's atmosphere effects on surfaces Engineering Laboratory Annapolis high altitude solar increased by 2.8 irradiance at sea Johnson-Gebbie data MARINE ENGINEERING LABORATORY MEL Technical Memorandum Moon Moon-Johnson Data Moon's data Naval NAVSEC NAVSHIPS SHIPS NAVY MARINE ENGINEERING NRL Code outside-the-atmosphere precipitable water vapor PROGRESS IN MARINE Radiation at Sea reported by Gebbie reported by Johnson sea level Security Classification Unclassified Selected Data solar constant solar heating effects solar irradiance data solar irradiance measure Solar Radiation Solar Spectral Irradiance spectral distribution curve surface perpendicular Technical Memorandum 3/67 the-atmosphere data transmission measurements reported transmittance U. S. NAVY MARINE USN MARINE ENGINEERING wavelengths Zenith distance