## Calculation of the brightness of light in the case of anisotropic scattering |

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### Contents

INTRODUCTION | 1 |

TREATMENT OF OBSERVATIONAL DATA | 18 |

CHAPTER UL RESULTS OF CALCULATIONS AND SOME DEDUCTIONS | 28 |

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albedo analogous anisotropic scattering anisotropy of scattering atmo Atmospheric Physics azimuth behavior brightness convergence decrease dependence determined different scattering functions downward flux downward radiation E. S. Kuznetsov E. V. Pyaskovskaya-Fesenkova earth's surface error expansion flux of scattered Foitzik and Zschaeck formulas fraction of multiply funct give given independent of height integral equations intensity of radiation intensity of scattered isophotes isotropic large values Legendre polynomials magnitude main parameter method multiple scattering number of terms obtained optical characteristics optical thickness problem quantities Reeger relative error scat scattering coefficient scattering curve scattering func scattering of light sec 6 _ second approximation shown in Figs shows single scattering solar constant solar vertical SSSR successive approximations TABLE I continued taken taking into account tering function theory tion transparent atmosphere turbidity underlying surface upper boundary upper layer upward radiation VII VIII Waldram wavelength zenith distance zero-order approximation